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  1. Well no, not originally, but it might as well be. I thought it was strange, funny, and now that you mention it, ridiculous as well. I've never been a big fan of engraved hand guns (at least for personal ownership), but I am struck by the outlandish price and apparent demand illustrated in the ad for the 92 F. Who in their right mind would pay that much for an engraved hand gun? Even for a celebrity engraving like the one shown? What does that tend to indicate, I wonder?
  2. SOLD - Magnum Research Desert Eagle 50AE (TRUMP EAGLE) $99,999.00 - ‎Out of stock
  3. "A commonality between the Spanish flu’s H1N1 and the COVID-19 coronavirus is that both are considered “novel,” which is to say, they are so new nobody in either era had any immunity to them. One marked difference between the two is the most affected groups in the 1918 pandemic were otherwise healthy adults between the ages of 20 to 40. Mortality was also higher in people younger than five years of age and 65 and older. “ The 1918 pandemic strain influenza was new and novel for most people under the age of 40 or 50, but that’s where the death rate really was high—that’s different than the usua
  4. Very enlightening. Like Covid 19 on steroids. People dropping dead on the street . . . and the apparent fact that the so called Spanish flu allegedly originated in a US Army barracks in Ft. Riley, Kansas. It hit suddenly, spread like wildfire, killed millions and went away just as fast. And nobody really knows what caused it or why it stopped. Herd immunity seems to be the best guess. An eye opener for sure.
  5. Can Supplements Help Combat COVID-19? (p-3) 1) Lapacho: (Pau D' Arco) pau d'arco extract contains a potent antioxidant known as quercetin and is shown to be rich in naphthoquinones, plant-based compounds that exert antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal effects. 2) Cytokine Suppress: Mung Bean Extract (with EGCG) "Used to modulate immune system response. Mung bean has shown to be a therapeutic agent capable of inhibiting HMGB1 (cytokines) release and may hold potential for the treatment of lethal systemic inflammatory diseases" Has been successfully used in laboratory s
  6. New units from dealers are supposed to come with both. You can download the manual online.
  7. Relatively Stable SARS-CoV-2 Genome Is Good News for a Vaccine: For some viruses like the flu, mutative changes affect how the virus behaves — necessitating a new vaccine every year. The small number of genetic differences between the original strain of the novel coronavirus from Wuhan and those currently circulating in the US population indicates that a vaccine may likely offer lasting immunity. The coronavirus mutates more slowly than the flu — which means a vaccine will likely be effective long-term much like a measles vaccine. Let's hope . . .
  8. ivigo: The top two photographs are of magnetite that were found with a vlf metal detector. They all meet the physical characteristics that you describe in your post. Mineral iron that (ordinarily) does not rust. The bottom photo was identified and copied from an internet site.
  9. "This rock is almost pure iron and no any rust. This is a very strange thing" ivigo: The answer may be found in a Physics forum. Your link states: "if there is not enough oxygen in the water to finalize the oxidation, then (magnetite - (Fe3O4)) forms, instead of the more common Fe2O3 rust. In this case F3O4 is very useful. It's crystal habits makes iron inert against corrosion, the black layer is almost like a passivization. This black layer is so stable not even Microbiologically Induced Corrosion – MIC has a chance to harm iron or steel surface" (paraphrased) THE FINER DETAILS OF
  10. Hey Max, Did you ever run across Gary Cameron (Gold Bar Mining Co.) in Idaho City? He and wife Twila had the prospecting and gold jewelry shop on Montgomery street. They would close the shop each year in late fall and head down to the Kingman area to hunt gold. He used a Minelab SD and she had an ML 1800XT. On one occasion, they were hunting in a wash below a mine slope drainage with him on top of the bank, swinging a large coil, and she was down in the wash working the walls. She got a good signal pretty high up, and after digging several inches into the wall standing on her toes, she
  11. "Really hope we get the pass on that stuff here" Hey homefire, Don't know if you saw this post. The man who got sick was in the hospital last week. "A couple of weeks ago, an acquaintance friend of mine who lives near Deming, NM recently caught Tularemia (Rabbit Fever) after being exposed to dead jack rabbits. He's recovering but had a rough time of it and still is not 100%"
  12. Based upon his continued argument I think he may be right. And it tends to support the theory that it's not a terrestrial rock. It's from Greece . . .
  13. Second arrest in two years for marijuana smuggler Friday, April 3rd, 2020 "U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested Sierra-Garcia, 20, leading a group of marijuana smugglers for the second time in two years Sunday, just a few miles from where he was arrested a little more than a year ago for the same crime. His arrest last Sunday was typical of the “cat-and-mouse” scenario agents play out against smugglers in the state’s rugged Bootheel. Sierra-Garcia was arrested by Border Patrol agents after a surveillance system spotted a group of five people carrying large objects on their backs and hea
  14. Between RHDV- 2 and Tularemia, with it's airborne transmission capability, it might be wise to just avoid hunting rabbits for awhile . . .
  15. NEW CCW SPECIAL - Magnum Research 'Thunder Snub' 45/70 As a side arm while picking huckleberries in Yellowstone Park, I guess I could see it . . .
  16. Bump: Here's the web portal link to read the regulations on the ORV issue.
  17. On the subject of Rabbits: A couple of weeks ago, an acquaintance friend of mine who lives near Deming, NM recently caught Tularemia (Rabbit Fever) after being exposed to dead jack rabbits. He's recovering but had a rough time of it and still is not 100%. Caution and social distancing around dead animals in the wild is highly recommended. MAYO CLINIC: "Tularemia doesn't occur naturally in humans and isn't known to pass from person to person. However, tularemia occurs worldwide, especially in rural areas, because many mammals, birds and insects are infected with F. tularensis. The or
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  19. Can Supplements Help Combat COVID-19? (con't) Pelargonium sidoides Also known as Umckaloabo among other names, pelargonium sidoides is commonly taken by mouth for upper respiratory infections including bronchitis, sinusitis, sore throat, tonsillitis, and the common cold. Taking a specific extract of pelargonium sidoides seems to help reduce symptoms and clear up the common cold after 10 days of treatment. It also lessens symptoms of bronchitis in adults within 48 hours of feeling sick. Propolis Propolis, a resin-like material from the buds of poplar and cone-bearing tr
  20. BMc

    Lost cause

    Don't you remember? I'm one of the "Old Timers" that told you about it!
  21. BMc

    Lost cause

    Hey, you got it out! Way to go!
  22. Can Supplements Help Combat COVID-19? Andrographis Paniculata: Andrographis contains bitter constituents that are believed to have immune-stimulating and anti-inflammatory actions. Andrographis contains andrographolides that have demonstrated immune-enhancing qualities in preliminary studies. Andrographis supports the immune system and protects against microbes. Andrographis is a supplement used primarily for its immunostimulating properties. Multiple studies have demonstrated its ability to not only reduce the duration of upper respiratory infections but also significantly reduce th
  23. I like the combination shown above, which seems to have many of the supplemental properties of a multi-vitamin and exceeds MDRs on some supplements. I have been advised by more than one MD, that 1,000 mg of Vitamin C daily will usually prevent urinary tract/bladder infections and has other health benefits as well.
  24. From what I've observed during the various medical updates and my own research is, yes definitely, a healthy immune system is paramount to having a first line defense against the virus. Moreover, the key factor, in terms of a vitamin or mineral supplement which might help stave off an infection would be a steady intake of Zinc, which allegedly interferes with the virus's ability to attach itself to cells within the human body. An increased intake of Vitamin C is also allegedly helpful. A safe dosage of Zinc, in studies I have seen, was 150 mg daily. Also recommended was Zinc and Vitamin C loze
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