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Hangin' at the Al / Re: Jalen Green/New G League
« Last post by Herman Cain on Today at 11:54:18 AM »
I think this is good for college basketball.  Create some stability if there are less one and dones.  For every Zion who captures the country, there's a dozen Anthony Edwards, Henry Ellensons, Deandre Ayton, Markelle Fultz who don't make a dent nationally and only serve to stall their team's progress.
I agree with this analysis.
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COVID-19 / Re: Vaccine/Antibody updates
« Last post by Frenns Liquor Depot on Today at 11:51:23 AM »
Wow. Widely available in September? Is this far ahead of the Moderna vaccine?

It seems like they pump the brakes a bit on that later in the article.  "most likely next year"
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COVID-19 / Re: Masks
« Last post by Hards_Alumni on Today at 11:46:45 AM »
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COVID-19 / Re: Vaccine/Antibody updates
« Last post by cheebs09 on Today at 11:44:53 AM »
This sounds good.  I guess the Lancet will post data Monday. 

https://news.yahoo.com/hopes-coronavirus-vaccine-boosted-reported-115924064.html

Wow. Widely available in September? Is this far ahead of the Moderna vaccine?
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The Superbar / Re: New York Times imploding from the inside.
« Last post by Hards_Alumni on Today at 11:44:48 AM »
Anonymous is quoted more than any other and is the most authoritative source.

I understand the problem that some people have with quoting anonymous sources.  But should a person put their job on the line to get a story to a journalist?  Should they be free from retaliation if they do?  If you say they have to put their name to it, you're asking for a world that is even MORE corrupt than the one we live in.  You know the reason Trump hates anonymous sources?  Because he can't retaliate.  He rules with fear and demands loyalty. 

Typically, any journalist worth a damn will get a tip, and then verify it with more sources.  Stories of merit aren't run with a single person's account.  Having said that, mistakes are made, and when they are stories get retracted.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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The Superbar / Re: New York Times imploding from the inside.
« Last post by MUBurrow on Today at 11:34:24 AM »
Brother Heise, an absolutely fascinating perspective and one that I don't think is wrong. Brother MUeng correctly pointed that there has been bias in the media since it's invention. What kept publishers working was the barriers to entry for so-called amateur journalists were so high that you had to be wealthy to communicate to the world.

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As a final note, I was educated at Marquette in the 1970s. That was a golden age of journalism in the sense that reporters legitimately tried to be fair, comprehensive and objective. Those days ended about the time USA Today debuted.

These two paragraphs, and particularly the bolded, seem to directly contradict each other.
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The Superbar / Re: New York Times imploding from the inside.
« Last post by muwarrior69 on Today at 11:33:55 AM »

You need to follow better sources then.

Anonymous is quoted more than any other and is the most authoritative source.
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COVID-19 / Re: Vaccine/Antibody updates
« Last post by Frenns Liquor Depot on Today at 11:32:48 AM »
This sounds good.  I guess the Lancet will post data Monday. 

https://news.yahoo.com/hopes-coronavirus-vaccine-boosted-reported-115924064.html
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Hangin' at the Al / Re: The Bet
« Last post by #UnleashDiener on Today at 11:31:49 AM »
Looking forward to paying it....the $500 I won for charity predicting MU over Nova when 80% of you had quit on this team....no problem spending $200 on DePaul....especially knowing unleash and others still hating on this staff and so quiet when we win....if we keep winning and it keeps the haters away from here I love it even more.

Now that your back..... Mind paying out? Surely someone like you would have the funds.
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The Superbar / Re: Investing Thread
« Last post by Elonsmusk on Today at 11:29:44 AM »
Very true.  The combined expertise of NVTA and ArcherDX will be a paradigm shifter in the cancer arena.

Another early stage candidate doing some great work is WRTC - founded by an acquaintance of mine.  Share price has run up lately, yet the product has great potential for worldwide adoption.

Anyone looking to take a flier on an early-stage biotech that has good potential should look at ONTX currently trading at $0.58/share.

ONTX mentioned above on the move today.  WRTC is still a good play even though up 33% from time of above post.

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