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  • Suspicious Incident at Evergreen Health Campus

    06/04/2022 7:29:09 PM PDT · by algore · 29 replies
    Case/Incident #22-18836 Just after 2:30 p.m. today, Kirkland Police Department (KPD) responded to several reports of a suspicious incident at the DeYoung Pavilion on the campus of EvergreenHealth Medical Center. A patient who arrived for an appointment at the DeYoung Pavilion was in possession of a firearm spring and barrel. Upon contact, the person did not have a functioning weapon. A hospital staff member who saw the firearm spring and barrel reported it to security, who then notified KPD. The incident set off the building alarm, which prompted evacuation of the DeYoung Pavilion, not the main Medical Center building. The...
  • COVID or Allergies? Spring Weather May Make it Tough to Tell What’s Ailing You

    05/04/2022 12:42:58 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 32 replies
    KTLA ^ | May 3, 2022 | Sareen Habeshian
    Spring is in full swing, and normally that means allergies for many. But with COVID-19 cases increasing again, you may be asking yourself if you have the virus or if it’s just allergies. Allergies affect as many as 60 million people per year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And this allergy season, coronavirus infections are back on the rise in Los Angeles County, with a 40% increase in cases, public health officials said last week. Pair that with gusty winds picking up in the next few days, and you’ll be asking yourself...
  • Symptoms from the new COVID-19 subvariant may be mistaken for spring allergies

    04/06/2022 9:50:33 AM PDT · by Paul46360 · 55 replies
    DESSERT NEWS ^ | 3-28-2022 | HerbScribner
    Symptoms from the new omicron variant’s subvariant — named the BA.2 variant— might be mistaken for spring allergies, experts recently told CBS News. Why it matters: The coronavirus pandemic has hit a lull period in the United States. As spring emerges, the new coronavirus variant symptoms might be mistaken for simple spring allergies.
  • Monthly Cooking Thread - February 2022

    02/02/2022 4:05:53 PM PST · by Jamestown1630 · 52 replies
    It seems I’ve been cold for weeks. My husband laughs, because he grew up in Pennsylvania, often sitting in deer stands in below-freezing weather, and tells me that I don’t know what ‘cold’ is. But I’m a hot-house plant – at least, I’ve become one in old age – and I’ve just wanted to ball myself up in a blanket for days on end, even here South of the Mason-Dixon. I haven’t done much cooking lately, and have pretty much lived on store-bought comfort foods, especially soup and little chicken pot pies. But I’m looking forward to Spring which...
  • This year in COVID, expect a long, cold winter and a hopeful spring

    01/08/2022 11:25:32 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 17 replies
    The hill ^ | 01/08/2022 | SARALYN MARK
    At the end of 2021, the annual reading of the tea leaves and crystal balls began. In media interviews and countless conversations over the past few weeks, I've been asked how the COVID-19 pandemic will transform our lives in 2022. At this point, it's becoming pretty clear that we are all going to be exposed and potentially infected with the severity determined by our response to vaccines, including the 3rd dose in the mRNA series. If we had enough accurate tests, I'd not be surprised to see over 3 million cases per day or more in the United States.
  • WHO warns Europe could see another 700K COVID-19 deaths by spring

    11/23/2021 8:12:37 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 29 replies
    The Hill ^ | 11/23/2021 | MONIQUE BEALS
    The European office of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Tuesday that Europe could hit over 2 million total COVID-19 deaths by March. The WHO said in a statement that the pandemic's cumulative death toll in the European region was projected to reach over 2.2 million by next spring, a number which would include 700,000 more deaths in the coming months. It added that the 53-country region had already surpassed 1.5 million deaths, and noted that COVID-19 is currently the leading cause of death in Europe and central Asia.
  • Hello May, Now Do Your Thing

    05/02/2021 6:03:06 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 8 replies
    MOTUS A.D. ^ | 5-2-21 | MOTUS
    Whenever I’m asked what I miss most about youth I answer “the optimism.”Hello May,You seem a bit hesitant to commit this year. Please do, you’re arrival will be as welcome as, well, a breath of fresh airSo stop screwing around and settle in please; we could really use your optimism this year.Springtime, 1921, Penleigh Boyd (1890-1923)Posted from: MOTUS A.D.
  • Mecum auto spring auction(INDY 2021 MAY 14-22)

    04/30/2021 7:44:50 AM PDT · by dynachrome · 2 replies
    INDY 2021 MAY 14-22 Indiana State Fairgrounds 1202 E 38th Street Indianapolis, IN 46205
  • God, Author of Diversity and Uniformity

    04/26/2021 4:59:54 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 2 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 26, 2021 | Katie Kieffer
    Green, green everywhere. Spring blooms are here: nascent lime green buds and tufts of emerald green grass—proffering glimpses of God’s enchanting creation—long hidden under snow.On the first day of Spring, my mother—an avid gardener—visited with a big smile and a small box of heirloom Rudbeckia and hollyhock seeds. “Do you have a rake and a watering can? Today would be a great day to plant!” Rain and sun nourished the soil and soon two small leaves pushed through the ground—boldly declaring an intent to become a lofty plant. (Rudbeckia reach 2-to-4 feet in height, depending on the variety, while hollyhocks...
  • Strong Auroras Likely All Weekend In Northern US States As Geomagnetic Storm Strikes On Equinox

    03/20/2021 2:33:02 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 15 replies
    forbes ^ | Mar 20, 2021,12:31pm EST
    Reports are coming in of strong displays of aurora borealis—the Northern Lights—as a surprisingly strong geomagnetic storm strikes Earth’s magnetic field. “Auroras spilled across the Canadian border into northern-tier US states during an unexpectedly-strong G2-class geomagnetic storm,” said Spaceweather.com, referring to displays late on Friday, March 19 and into Saturday, March 20, 2021. A “G2-class geomagnetic storm” is a moderate solar storm that can bring hours of bright aurora. There could be even more displays coming this Saturday night and beyond.
  • Spring returns with a not-so-equal vernal equinox of 2021

    03/20/2021 8:17:29 AM PDT · by outofsalt · 33 replies
    Space.com ^ | 03202021 | Joe Rao
    "Spring... arrive(d) on Saturday morning (March 20) with the occurrence of the vernal equinox. That occurs when the sun will be positioned directly over the Earth's equator at 09:37 Universal Time; 5:37 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time or 2:37 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time." snip "Every year around this time, almost like clockwork, I will get an email from someone who was studying the weather page of his or her newspaper, looking at the section listing the times of sunrise and sunset and noticing that something appears to be wrong."
  • CDC director worries over ‘pandemic fatigue’ come spring

    02/19/2021 8:02:09 AM PST · by conservative98 · 21 replies
    NY Post ^ | February 19, 2021 | 9:59am | Updated | Kayla Rivas, Fox News
    Despite encouraging national trends in coronavirus-related hospitalizations and cases, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) worries that “pandemic fatigue” come spring could significantly hamper the country’s trajectory toward vaccination-induced herd immunity. [cut] “I worry that it will be spring and we will all have had enough,” Walensky told Dr. Howard Bauchner, editor-in-chief of JAMA in an interview Wednesday. “At around that time, I worry that life will feel and look a little bit better and the motivation for those who might be vaccine hesitant will be diminished.”
  • Down Around the Bend

    02/15/2021 6:02:47 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    MOTUS A.D. ^ | 2-15-21 | MOTUS
    "In a way Winter is the real Spring - the time when the inner things happen, the resurgence of nature." - Edna O'BrienPosted from: MOTUS A.D.
  • Boris Says It’s ‘Too Early’ to Say If Lockdown Will End by Spring

    01/22/2021 8:18:33 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 5 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 01/22/2021 | Victoria Friedman
    The British government continues to avoid giving a deadline to the end of England’s third lockdown, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying it is “too early to say” if restrictions could even begin to be lifted by Spring. Asked by the BBC on Thursday whether shutdown could be lifted by the next season, Mr Johnson said: “I think it’s too early to say when we will lift some of the restrictions.”
  • Sunday In The Art

    05/03/2020 6:35:24 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    MOTUS ^ | 5-3-20 | MOTUS
    Why we need art: After Spring Rain under the Tatras - Ladislav Mednyánszky, 1878Because spring, like life, can be sketchy, transient, imperfect and sometimes it rains.Posted from: MOTUS A.D.
  • Experts worry 'quarantine fatigue' is starting

    04/25/2020 8:17:08 PM PDT · by rintintin · 184 replies
    stamfordadvocate.com ^ | April 25, 2020 | Katherine Shaver
    Researchers tracking smartphone data say they recently made a disturbing discovery: For the first time since states began implementing stay-at-home orders in mid-March to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, Americans are staying home less. The nationwide shift during the week of April 13 was relatively slight. However, any loss of momentum, particularly when stay-in-place orders remain in effect across most of the country, has some public health experts worried about "quarantine fatigue." Any increase in travel, they say, is premature when staying home remains the most effective way to limit the spread of the virus until widespread testing...
  • 2020 College Football Season Reportedly Could Be Played In Spring 2020

    04/21/2020 3:58:53 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 28 replies
    MSN ^ | 04/05/20 | Matt Johnson
    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a stop to major sports with increasing concerns for whether or not the 2020 college football season will start on time. As coaches and college administrators continue to navigate their way through an unprecedented time, there is reportedly talk about moving the upcoming season into 2021.According to The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman, one possibility being discussed around the NCAA is playing the season in spring 2021. The idea, which has reportedly been talked about by coaches and administrators, would allow teams more time to prepare for a potential season.  The University of Oklahoma announced Friday that it is suspending in-person activities...
  • It's a Perfect Time to Go Hunting for Wild Mushrooms

    04/20/2020 4:13:59 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 31 replies
    Pharos Tribune ^ | 4/19 | John Martino
    There is no doubt spring is the most delicious time for outdoors enthusiasts. Even though many businesses and activities are closed, the outdoors is always open. Spawning crappies and walleyes provide succulent, white fillets. Turkey season can reward hunters with some of the tastiest wild game Mother Nature can offer. But perhaps the most valued delicacy this time of year are morel mushrooms. All of these activities also lend themselves perfectly for social distancing. They pop up almost overnight, their succulent fruiting bodies protruding above the forest floor. Although their life is short lived, throngs of probing Hoosiers anticipate this...
  • Like Spring: Signs bloom all over for Coronavirus's end; It's early, but there's an awful lot of longed-for good news out there

    04/07/2020 7:54:39 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 47 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 04/07/2020 | Monica Showalter
    It's probably a little early to say for sure, but based on what's happening now, it almost seems like a long dark winter is finally lifting. You can see it going on all around the world. First, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Yeltsin is hanging on. He's still in the hospital, still in intensive care, but based on the reports seen, he's not getting worse. He's still not on the ventilator. The latest is a confirmation from No. 10 that he doesn't have pneumonia. No news is good news. He's got someone running the place while he fights. Everyone of decency in...
  • Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others,

    11/20/2019 6:25:20 AM PST · by bitt · 53 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 11/19/2019 | Luke Rosiak
    Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China’s payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found. 10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy’s National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated. Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to...