BJG College Football – Week 4

2021 September 25
by bc3b

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This week’s picks:

TLS: Kentucky @ South Carolina, Notre Dame @ Wisconsin, Toledo @ Ball State, San Jose State @ Western Michigan, Texas State @ Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH) @ Army, Missouri @ Boston College, Indiana @ Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic @ Air Force, UCLA @ Stanford, Louisville @ Florida State, LSU @ Mississippi State, UAB @ Tulane, Texas – San Antonio @ Memphis, Iowa State @ Baylor, Nebraska @ Michigan State, New Mexico @ UTEP, California @ Washington, Texas A&M @ Arkansas, Wake Forest @ Virginia (Friday night)

Austin: Kentucky @ South Carolina, Notre Dame @ Wisconsin, Toledo @ Ball State, San Jose State @ Western Michigan, Texas State @ Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH) @ Army, Missouri @ Boston College, Indiana @ Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic @ Air Force, UCLA @ Stanford, Louisville @ Florida State, LSU @ Mississippi State, UAB @ Tulane, Texas – San Antonio @ Memphis, Iowa State @ Baylor, Nebraska @ Michigan State, New Mexico @ UTEP, California @ Washington, Texas A&M @ Arkansas, Wake Forest @ Virginia (Friday night)

JimNorCal: Kentucky @ South Carolina, Notre Dame @ Wisconsin, Toledo @ Ball State, San Jose State @ Western Michigan, Texas State @ Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH) @ Army, Missouri @ Boston College, Indiana @ Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic @ Air Force, UCLA @ Stanford, Louisville @ Florida State, LSU @ Mississippi State, UAB @ Tulane, Texas – San Antonio @ Memphis, Iowa State @ Baylor, Nebraska @ Michigan State, New Mexico @ UTEP, California @ Washington, Texas A&M @ Arkansas, Wake Forest @ Virginia (Friday night)

MI Conservative: Kentucky @ South Carolina, Notre Dame @ Wisconsin, Toledo @ Ball State, San Jose State @ Western Michigan, Texas State @ Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH) @ Army, Missouri @ Boston College, Indiana @ Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic @ Air Force, UCLA @ Stanford, Louisville @ Florida State, LSU @ Mississippi State, UAB @ Tulane, Texas – San Antonio @ Memphis, Iowa State @ Baylor, Nebraska @ Michigan State, New Mexico @ UTEP, California @ Washington, Texas A&M @ Arkansas, Wake Forest @ Virginia (Friday night)

Fight On: Kentucky @ South Carolina, Notre Dame @ Wisconsin, Toledo @ Ball State, San Jose State @ Western Michigan, Texas State @ Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH) @ Army, Missouri @ Boston College, Indiana @ Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic @ Air Force, UCLA @ Stanford, Louisville @ Florida State, LSU @ Mississippi State, UAB @ Tulane, Texas – San Antonio @ Memphis, Iowa State @ Baylor, Nebraska @ Michigan State, New Mexico @ UTEP, California @ Washington, Texas A&M @ Arkansas, Wake Forest @ Virginia (Friday night)

Bc3b: Kentucky @ South Carolina, Notre Dame @ Wisconsin, Toledo @ Ball State, San Jose State @ Western Michigan, Texas State @ Eastern Michigan, Miami (OH) @ Army, Missouri @ Boston College, Indiana @ Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic @ Air Force, UCLA @ Stanford, Louisville @ Florida State, LSU @ Mississippi State, UAB @ Tulane, Texas – San Antonio @ Memphis, Iowa State @ Baylor, Nebraska @ Michigan State, New Mexico @ UTEP, California @ Washington, Texas A&M @ Arkansas, Wake Forest @ Virginia (Friday night)

18 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 September 25 4:09 am
    [1]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I’ve had increasing conviction that this inflation is just consumer goods inflation within the USA that is transitory in nature.

    We have artificial demand (stimmy’s) affecting inelastic supply lines in the USA. We have massive deflation going on world wide and it’s just a matter of time until the US catches up with China and the rest of the world rather than the rest of the world becoming like the USA with its artificial goods inflation.

    The bond market (a proxy for inflation and growth) being the ultimate truth teller is telling you the truth: that we are having world wide deflation\disinflation and lack of growth at the moment. Commodities are also starting to trend in a deflationary direction as well.

    We may get squeeze more water out of the rock in Q4 of this year but by Q2 2022 we are forcasted to have negative growth even here in the USA.

    So if central banks and these governments wants to have positive growth and inflation in 2022 they are going to have to do massive spending and lower rates next year. They could do this but it will take a lot of political will.

  2. 2021 September 25 6:35 am
    [3]
    JimNorCal permalink

    The Huawei lady exec arrested in Canada for approving weapon sales to Iran (?) has been released.
    China media exults. Also many many ordinary citizens but those can be staged.

  3. 2021 September 25 8:20 am
    [5]
    JimNorCal permalink

    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/italy-orders-companies-not-pay-unvaccinated-workers
    Italy Orders Companies Not To Pay Unvaccinated Workers
    The decree mandates that all employees get the vaccine ‘green pass’, which led to questions about what would happen to the millions of Italians who remain unvaccinated.
    The government is attempting to avoid potential legal action by directing companies not to fire the unvaccinated, but simply to not pay them while telling employees not to show up to work under threat of being fined if they do so.

    Plus:
    Even those who have had the virus, recovered and developed anti-bodies will still have to get at least one dose of the vaccine

    All this for
    A vaccine approved for emergency use only
    No long term studies
    One possible side effect is death
    Survival rate if infected? Over 99%

    Cray cray

  4. 2021 September 25 8:30 am
    [6]
    JimNorCal permalink

    Reposting from the previous thread. There’s a real puzzle in what’s happening. Just doesn’t make sense. I have no opinion about his explanation and no idea of his credentials.
    I like the way he lays out the problem

    https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/the-vaccinated-superspread-hypothesis
    there has been a strange riddle in the covid data of late.
    we have a lower CFR variant of the disease that has become predominant. delta has roughly 1/3 the case fatality rate of prior variants (like alpha)
    far more people have acquired immunity from having had and recovered from covid. this immunity is long lasting and extremely effective. (much more so than vaccines)
    high risk cohorts were significantly reduced last year. there is less “dry tinder” now.
    we have FAR more people vaccinated now. it’s 50-90% in many places and in many high risk groups. last year it was zero.
    and yet in many of the high vaccine uptake places, we’re seeing deaths from covid (and excess mortality) rise to levels ABOVE last year.

  5. 2021 September 25 10:32 am
    [7]
    JimNorCal permalink

    This guy notices the same thing as above, for Singapore.
    First wave, 0% vaccinated, death rate 0.14 per million.
    Second wave (now), over 75% vaccinated, death rate 0.27 per million.

    People did not die in the 1st wave as much even though all were unvaxxed.
    And even though the 2nd wave had MANY vaccinated AND many of the easily killed (obese, advanced age, diabetes) are already dead the death rate is nearly double now.

    Is Delta more deadly? Well, that guy in the comment above says it is only 1/3 as deadly as the original variant. Of course, he could be wrong.
    More people are being infected? Well, Delta is supposed to be more more virulent. Still … if the death rate is only 1/3 and the deaths per million is 2x, doesn’t that mean you need 6 times as many cases to get there? With 75+% vaccinated … how do you get to 6x more cases?

  6. 2021 September 25 11:07 am
    [8]
    drdog09 permalink

    7,

    Immunity suppression from mRNA shots.

  7. 2021 September 25 11:35 am
    [9]
    JimNorCal permalink

    8, if you read the substack article he rejects that possibility.

    If I understand correctly, he says the vaccinated are not being killed but they are carrying huge viral loads (without dying) and giving serious deadly infections to any unvaxxed nearby. Let’s all stay upwind of the vaxxed people in our lives …

    The vaxxed are not free and clear though. This guy interviews a doctor who says that overall immune system strength is compromised by the vaccine. Over time serious infections and cancers will result.
    https://twitter.com/Kukicat7/status/1441526348309278724

  8. 2021 September 25 11:56 am
    [10]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I’ve already stated in previous threads (and go over the math as to why this confuses the public) that 25% of the population exposed to delta is a much bigger problem than 100% of the population exposed to alpha or beta strains.

    You simply need much higher vaccination rates than 75% for delta, which is something the biden Admin is failing on. He should have never been giving anti-vaxxees stimmy checks.

  9. 2021 September 25 12:14 pm
    [11]
    drdog09 permalink

    9,

    If you read the NIH blog, they are not sure….

    “By closely examining the results, the researchers uncovered important differences between acquired immunity in people who’d been vaccinated and unvaccinated people who’d been previously infected with SARS-CoV-2. Specifically, antibodies elicited by the mRNA vaccine were more focused to the RBD compared to antibodies elicited by an infection, which more often targeted other portions of the spike protein. Importantly, the vaccine-elicited antibodies targeted a broader range of places on the RBD than those elicited by natural infection.

    These findings suggest that natural immunity and vaccine-generated immunity to SARS-CoV-2 will differ in how they recognize new viral variants. What’s more, antibodies acquired with the help of a vaccine may be more likely to target new SARS-CoV-2 variants potently, even when the variants carry new mutations in the RBD.

    It’s not entirely clear why these differences in vaccine- and infection-elicited antibody responses exist. In both cases, RBD-directed antibodies are acquired from the immune system’s recognition and response to viral spike proteins. The Seattle team suggests these differences may arise because the vaccine presents the viral protein in slightly different conformations.

    Also, it’s possible that mRNA delivery may change the way antigens are presented to the immune system, leading to differences in the antibodies that get produced. A third difference is that natural infection only exposes the body to the virus in the respiratory tract (unless the illness is very severe), while the vaccine is delivered to muscle, where the immune system may have an even better chance of seeing it and responding vigorously.”

    Whether the difference is + or -? Unknown.

    https://directorsblog.nih.gov/2021/06/22/how-immunity-generated-from-covid-19-vaccines-differs-from-an-infection/

  10. 2021 September 25 2:21 pm
    [12]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I dont think there is anything ing wrong with the moderna vaccine, but if youre worried about it just get the
    Phizer instead as it’s protein based vaccine.

  11. 2021 September 25 4:01 pm
    [13]
    JimNorCal permalink

    J Michael Waller @JMichaelWaller
    TOTAL WAR: By dishonorably discharging US military personnel if they refuse to take the vaccine, the Biden Administration will, by decree, void those individuals’ ability, among other things, to hold a state concealed carry permit and a federal security clearance.
    https://twitter.com/JMichaelWaller/status/1441701264656584705

    All planned. I heard a Congressman brought forth a bill to prevent this, but no idea of the status.

  12. 2021 September 26 4:27 am
    [14]
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #13 – Biden has no respect for those who protect our country – the armed forces or the Border Patrol.

  13. 2021 September 26 5:11 am
    [15]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The global financial system is again having a severe global dollar shortage.

    Nothing has changed since the GFC. The problems are just more severe.

    https://youtu.be/wIWjzV_7AbM

  14. 2021 September 26 7:45 am
    [17]
    justrand permalink

    I’m so proud of all the spontaneous “FUCK Joe Biden!” chants breaking out across America. Mainly at college football games…but the chants are spreading elsewhere.

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