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    • The key sentences to me was “The prison officers protected her more than they did us. They were terrified of being accused of transphobia.”
      Just like the Moslem men have had a free run for the past 20 years in England. Now I saw that some prison was going to give birth control pills to the woman prisoners as transgenders are being housed with them – this appears to assume that the authorities expect all the woman will be willingly opening their legs, not that multiple rapes will be carried at by those with pricks.

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  1. So have many people checked up with their life/med insurance to see if theyre covered if this vaccine does happen to do nasty things in the future?
    We heard 6+mnths ago in uk and usa that once you get the shot thats it no cover if you go tits up from it, has anything changed?

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    • Devoid of any logic.
      Floods have always happened in NZ but before the hills were covered in bush and so the water was contained and when it did flood it ran out onto the flood plains and dispersed. That’s how the plains were formed. There were few inhabitants and no houses or cars and few animals as we didn’t have any so there wasn’t a problem. (we liteeraly had no animals in NZ before the Maori bought dogs and pigs and the freaded white man bought rabbits deer and the aussie possumn.).
      Now of course we have 5 million people. We have stripped the bush and contained the rivers (as in Edgecumbe. It was the stop bank that collapsed because of lack of maintainace.), and built houses and farms all over the flood plains and on the hills that collapsed in floods and earthquakes.

      Perhaps I should become a writer. One wonders why we as tax payers pout up with this crap.

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      • Viking, maori didnt bring pigs to nz. Its believed they bought pigs with them but none survived but thats just their dodgy oral history so its unlikely they even bought any on their voyage here. it was those pesky white european explorers that first released pigs to nz and bartered them with maori who then became the first to domesticate pigs in nz. The early sealers also released them into the wild and traded them with maori.

        Add to your CC coastal errosion/ sea level BS, in many places around the country you can dig down and find beach sand quite a ways inland… idiots build houses there and then wonder why in 20yrs their house has waves lapping against it.
        Im talking low lying areas that have naturally deposited from waves not the stuff thrusted ip by tectonic movement, if the waves can put it their the waves can certainly take it away its a natural cycle over thousands of years. West coast of south island has numerous examples of this and dumb humans diverting water and stopping natural errosion of rivers means less sand to replenish beaches… if it cant replenish then it disapears.

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          • Im suprised the bros havent claimed the pigs from sub antarctic islands esp cos theyre speacial and highly valuable for science and research purposes.
            I doubt maori even made it to campbell island etc let alone antatctica, the hogs down there were released by sealers incase of being shipwrecked… which happened a few times with some epic but harrowing survivor stories.

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            • A simple DNA test would settle any argument. They did it with Kumara. how hard would it be on pigs?
              They could do the same thing with all those slave heads still in the UK. That would finally answer which tribe they came from. Can you imagine the shame of thinking you had the head of your ancestor because someone looked at it and decided it was your ancestors, only to have it determined by the whitey s magic test that it’s from some other tribe?

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      • I have a book called Floods in New Zealand 1920-1953. It’s 240 pages and plenty of massive floods reported along with some aerial photographs, Manawatu flood of 28th January 1953 was a humdinger.

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    • Bahaha

      “The ‘ute tax’ is not the kick in the guts Groundswell claim. The fees would add a maximum of around 8 per cent to the cost of a newly imported, top-of-the range, high-emitting vehicle – should a purchaser choose that over one of the fee-free used utes already on the market.”

      This ejit has learned economics from Phil Twyford.

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  2. An Irish priest is pulled over by a Policeman whilst driving. He immediately smells alcohol on the priest’s breath and notices an empty wine bottle in the car. ‘Have you been drinking?’ says the cop.

    “Just water”, says the priest.

    “Then why do I smell wine?”

    The priest looks at the bottle and says: “Good Lord! He’s done it again.”

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  3. An old man lay awkwardly sprawled across three entire seats in the movie theatre.
    When the usher came by and noticed this, he whispered to the old man,
    “Sorry sir, but you’re only allowed one seat.”
    The old man didn’t budge. The usher became more impatient.
    “Sir, if you don’t get up from there I’m going to have to call the manager.”
    Once again, the old man just muttered and did nothing.
    The usher marched briskly back up the aisle, and in a moment returned with the manager.
    Together the two of them tried repeatedly to move the old disheveled man, but with no success.
    Finally, they summoned the police.
    The officer surveyed the situation briefly, then asked, “All right, buddy, what’s your name?”
    “Fred,” the old man moaned.
    “Where you from, Fred?” asked the police officer.
    With a terrible strain in his voice, and without moving, Fred replied; “The balcony”.

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    • You should see some of the fucking kids movies and tv programs now, total bullshit and brainwashing rubbish.

      My wife just used to flick the tv for the kids on in the morn for peace n quiet while she made lunches etc, i never took much notice till i was home sick one day and watch wtf they were watching.
      Absolutely blown away with the bullshit our kids were glued to the tv over. Fuck that lost my shit turned it off and now no more morning tv bullshit. Literally mind rotting garbage, kids go draw pictures or play lego now. We dont have any devices etc for them (6 & 8yrs old) whereas every single one of our mates with kids have tablets etc for their kids, several have 2-3 year olds that can use those things better then me! Its sad to go visit and they all just sit there on their tablets watching shit and playing games.
      Kids have been so badly brainwashed they dont even know how to play or interact with others in a meaningfull way anymore 🙁
      Their future is bleak

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  4. Sydney freedom march yesterday had some excellent anti-lockdown signage. Good to see.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2021/07/coronavirus-sydney-anti-lockdown-protests-in-pictures.html
    Frustration over Sydney’s ongoing COVID-19 lockdown bubbled over for many in the city on Saturday, with thousands of people taking to the streets to protest the restrictions.

    It’s estimated around 3500 people attended the protest. The protesters, who were mostly maskless, gathered at Victoria Park and marched in the city’s CBD along George Street and back again, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

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    • What’s happening at Newsgrub? Someone there has put together an actual news item which reports from both sides of the story (protesters’ actions & pics, the huge turnout and the police response and their statements).

      It’s freaky seeing news blatantly reported like this. Will they have to give some of their bribe money back?

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    • Thanks Braybot. It made my heart soar to set the massive turnout in London. Amazing. thank you.

      One observation however. This is NOT a criticism in any way of the protests, but looking at the video and the singing I wonder if the time is coming when anger is the more appropriate emotion? There must have been tens of thousands there and maybe there will come a day if they’re not listened to when they will storm parliament and raze it to the ground?

      No way would I advocate the destruction of private property, but maybe parliament and government bureaucracy would be a valid target?

      Just asking.

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  5. I watched the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games with a group of mates and we decided to drink a small glass of sake every time we heard the word ‘diversity’ mentioned.

    When I regained consciousness this morning, I discovered that three of my friends had died of alcohol poisoning.

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    • More people in the first 20m of the queue then what attends the most popular president in history events. I guess potato bidens crew just say they limit numbers due to covid? Yea right

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    • Thats quite interesting except they didnt cater for their needs fully, clearly their utopia needed new horizons and not contained in the same size space for that population expansion. Had they added a “new continent” etc they could move between then id say behaviour would revert back to the growth phase.
      But i guess us hunans live in a limited space, they seemed to think 3k mice capacity for that utopia mouse universe so whats humans/earths limit? Imo weve surpassed the sustainable limit, i rekon around 4-5billion tops, i know we could support far more then now but at what cost to the environment/resources and our wellbeing. Ive always had a quality over quantity mindset tho.

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  6. Dangerous new freedom variant.

    QUOTE: “Usually, the freedom we see in the wild is fairly mild,” explained CDC official Hubert Pratt. “It’s just freedom to passionately express one of the approved viewpoints on social media or freedom to pick one of the three Obamacare options. But now we see people acting like politicians aren’t in charge of them at all, and it’s dangerous.”

    Babylon Bee on-point as per usual.

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  7. “Reuters: The best comrade a communist ever had!”
    Bill board in New York.

    ….. “The job of a journalist is to report the facts evenly, regardless of their personal politics.
    By claiming BLM protests won’t spread COVID but saying anti-communist protests will, Reuters has made it clear that it values ideology over honesty,”
    “And by making a specific point to share this story in Venezuela, it’s clear that Reuters has taken a purposeful stand against anti-communists.” ….

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/reuters-accuracy-in-media-billboard

    ….. eh Comrade, comrade?.”

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  8. Have been travelling around the North Island for 9 weeks – on reflection would think have certainly not observed more than about about 30 or so people waving their phones at the tracker thing and no more than about 10 masks. I looked at the writing pad thing the other day in a bakery about 2.00 pm that I suspect has a lot of customers, 2 people had written in, 1 with a time. Cannot recall seeing more than one person bending over to write on a list.

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  9. Last week, the Biden Administration issued a formal advisory warning to US firms operating in Hong Kong. It said developments like the new National Security Law in Hong Kong meant that ‘the risks faced in mainland China are now increasingly present in Hong Kong’. The ‘one country, two systems’ approach, the formulation agreed for the handover in 1997, is de facto over.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/opinion/111446/david-skilling-says-geopolitical-competition-will-continue-intensify-imposing-costs-%E2%80%93

    A good read and intersting graph on the R & D expenditure is countries.

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  10. Today I received an invitation to make a booking for a genocide jab. I deleted the text without responding. I will be interested to see if there is any follow up. If there is, I will keep ysbers updated on this interesting social expereiment.

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    • You will get at least 3 emails and a letter. That is where I am at. I expect that sooner or later I will get a phone call as well.

      New word of the day: “Coronaphobia” Irrational fear of a virus that 99.7% of people will survive.

      Other definitions welcomed.

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    • Thanks SA..
      As you will see they will go ramp it up to the next level

      Some links to ysbers, that have been been contacted.
      Even how they suppress you seeking further info, like from your own GP.

      https://ysb.co.nz/more-post-covid-vax-deaths-than-covid-deaths/#comment-158259

      So far know email contact, but then anything connected to Waikato DHB should not be opened anyway, to maintain your internet safety. 🙂
      Nor can the others really be presumed to be secured either?

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    • If you want to really see how useless flu shots are, simply read the decades of science post covid.Not Arderns edicts.

      Who remembers Ardern pleading for people to attend mass gatherings and saying there was no person to person transmission of covid, even as Trump and others closed their borders?

      An example was her mosque shooting celebration, of her fake caring. A disgusting contrived display that was publically condemned by every Muslim organisation in NZ.

      She begged people to attend as a kick off to her election propaganda campaign.

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  11. 23 July, 2021 : Paul Joseph Watson

    ….. It never ends …..
    ….. “22,000 people died from seasonal flu in 2017-18.
    The modeling suggests this year’s season will start early, be severe and will effect younger people than COVID,
    a demographic that tends to go to mass events,” said Murrison.

    “So have the government also been considering mandating proof of flu vaccination?” he asked. …..

    …… If you thought they’d leave you alone if you took the COVID-19 jab, think again. ….
    https://summit.news/2021/07/23/conservative-mp-suggests-government-should-consider-mandating-flu-vaccination-for-young-people-to-attend-venues/

    Some interesting comments:-
    libsrnazi …..
    …… Totalitarian fascism has always been spearheaded by the medical community, and the groundwork, social disruption and chaos, has always been spearheaded by the academic community… Always…

    The academic community always claims the intellectual superiority, and justifies it’s fascist actions and political positions, (usually without substantiation), on the intellectual inferiority of it’s political opponents, typically using ridicule rather than reasoned argument, to intimidate anybody that doesn’t want to be characterized or treated like that, into submission… This intellectual terrorism is aimed at supporters, not opponents… Opponents are dealt with through the medical community… …..

    Dean Jackson [2 comments]…..
    …. in May 1994 …..
    ….. Is the long-term aim of the Chinese Communist Party still world Communism?
    Mo XIUSONG: Yes, of course. That is the reason we exist.” ….

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  12. “You will get at least 3 emails and a letter. That is where I am at. I expect that sooner or later I will get a phone call as well.”

    Add to that another text just received at 2.15 today.

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  13. Israel Prime Minister ups the pressure on the unjabbed people.

    … “Dear citizens, those who refuse vaccines are endangering their health, those around them and the freedom of every Israeli citizen.
    They are endangering our freedom to work, the freedom of our children to learn and the freedom to hold celebrations with the family.

    Those who refuse vaccines hurt us all because if all of us were vaccinated, we would all be able to maintain daily life.
    But if one million Israelis continue to not get vaccinated, this will oblige the eight million others to shut themselves in their homes.

    Therefore, the [Corona] Cabinet decided today that as of 8 August, those who refuse vaccines will not be able to go to the cinema, the theater, the synagogue, the amusement park, the soccer game or any activity with over 100 people, indoors or out, unless they bring negative results from a coronavirus test, at their expense.
    Yes, they will fully bear the costs of the test.
    There is no reason why the taxpayers and people who have carried out their civic duty and have been vaccinated should finance tests for those who refuse to get vaccinated.

    Regarding flights, people who have been vaccinated will be able to fly to the clean countries and return; after they receive negative test results in Israel, they will be exempt from quarantine.

    But on the other hand, those who refuse to get vaccinated will enter quarantine for a week, no matter what country they will have returned from.
    These actions will help us block the morbidity. From here, I appeal to everyone who knows someone who refuses to get vaccinated:
    Persuade them. Explain to them that they will not hurt others.

    […] When two people wear masks, with all of the viral load that we mentioned, the likelihood goes down by 98%.
    Therefore, every citizen must wear a mask in closed spaces.
    This is not a recommendation, this is a legal requirement.”

    https://www.gov.il/en/departments/news/event_statement220721

    Will be interesting as it is not legally a vaccine, nor accepted by the USA FDA as a certified vaccine, but loosely worded as an “EUA” which means what?

    Will they be able to lawfully strip you of all your clothes & possessions, before the equivalent jab?

    Will be interesting see if challenges arise in the Israeli courts.

    I thought Israel was way ahead in the “jab stakes”, so really what is the problem, to all the other jabbed ones.
    Something seems to be seriously wrong with the jabbed, more prone to infection? a worse illness?
    Covid can not be correctly tested & tracked as the jabbed ones are shedding?

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  14. TAURANGA, BUY, SELL, SWAP!
    Lucas Schlepers · ttS2Sphomnsored ·
    Here we have the deal of a lifetime. Get yourself a vacume that sucks harder than ya mrs and a TV to have Netflix on In the background. TV is like 48 inches ish best offer takes it TV dosent have remote

    For Sale. 😆 😆

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  15. DON’T ARGUE WITH DONKEYS (Fable)
    The donkey said to the tiger:
    – “The grass is blue”.
    The tiger replied:
    – “No, the grass is green.”
    The discussion heated up, and the two decided to submit him to arbitration, and for this they went before the lion, the King of the Jungle.
    Already before reaching the forest clearing, where the lion was sitting on his throne, the donkey began to shout:
    – “His Highness, is it true that the grass is blue?”.
    The lion replied:
    – “True, the grass is blue.”
    The donkey hurried and continued:
    – “The tiger disagrees with me and contradicts and annoys me, please punish him.”
    The king then declared:
    – “The tiger will be punished with 5 years of silence.”
    The donkey jumped cheerfully and went on his way, content and repeating:
    – “The Grass Is Blue”…
    The tiger accepted his punishment, but before he asked the lion:
    – “Your Majesty, why have you punished me?, after all, the grass is green.”
    The lion replied:
    – “In fact, the grass is green.”
    The tiger asked:
    – “So why are you punishing me?”.
    The lion replied:
    – “That has nothing to do with the question of whether the grass is blue or green. The punishment is because it is not possible for a brave and intelligent creature like you to waste time arguing with a donkey, and on top of that come and bother me with that question.”
    The worst waste of time is arguing with the fool and fanatic who does not care about truth or reality, but only the victory of his beliefs and illusions. Never waste time on arguments that don’t make sense… There are people who, no matter how much evidence and evidence we present to them, are not in the capacity to understand, and others are blinded by ego, hatred and resentment, and all they want is to be right even if they are not.
    When ignorance screams, intelligence is silent. Your peace and quiet are worth more.

    https://scontent.fakl3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.6435-9/205646731_4625525097475705_5227996842390541393_n.jpg?_nc_cat=1&ccb=1-3&_nc_sid=8bfeb9&_nc_ohc=pXzcAy82bW4AX-JrVru&tn=2_ba03uG-NE-dNHT&_nc_ht=scontent.fakl3-1.fna&oh=493f945bd30a267c033edaadd9d81b9d&oe=61213E6A

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      • Hoss, the war started quite a while ago except non maori dont realise it yet and havent started fighting. The elitist maori have been at war with nz for decades, same may say since the signing of the treaty.
        Imo maori are in breech of the treaty far worse then whitey ever has been, i rekon it needs torn up and tell the bros to go fuck themselves and whoever wants to be a kiwi like the rest of us can do so and if not theres a few uninhabbited islands between here and that antarctica place those mighty voyagers traveled to centuries ago.

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        • The four companies that will run the show on behalf of maori will go into receivership in 5 to 10 years. Mainly because of the predictable greed and unaccountability for failures that will arise.
          Then….the real owners will take over, percieved as saviours, and implement the build back better phase of the The Great reset with zero input from any government, let alone its citizens.
          Maori are pawns and they have no idea as to what they have done.

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  16. Ca-Ching!

    Social insurance scheme needs to cover all New Zealanders – economist

    A Canadian economist says a pay-as-you-go insurance scheme does provide a safety net for those who lose their jobs, but it’s a system susceptible to political whims.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/social-insurance-scheme-needs-cover-all-new-zealanders-economist?auto=0

    During the Budget in May, Finance Minister Grant Robertson announced the Government was looking to create an ACC-style unemployment insurance scheme and Q+A understands Canada’s model is one of the schemes being assessed.

    While New Zealand’s system is still on the drawing board — with big business, trade unions, and the Government tasked with designing it — Canada has had Employment Insurance (EI) since the 1930s.

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  17. Redbaiter.
    Stuff News claims it “sticks up for the little guy”, but as their senior writer Andrea Vance often proves, they’re really for big socialist govt. Today is no exception with an article viciously attacking the Groundswell protest. Climate change is the issue. Farmers need to pick their side and take a stand or allow a corrupt mainstream media to divide and destroy them.

    https://theredbaiter.com/2021/07/25/stuff-sticks-up-for-big-government-and-corporate-cronyists/

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    • The sooner the plug is pulled on that rabid, insane
      lefty digital platform, the better. Same goes for all
      of the ‘media’ outlets here. Those bastards need
      a cold hard dose of reality.

      Have a pleasant evening.

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  18. Instagram post.
    amirosey
    Please Share!!!
    Not putting this post out for debate just to warn others!
    I thought after 3.5 weeks in hospital i would feel sad when we came home but I don’t, I feel really angry!
    I know of 6 people who’s children, within the last week have been or are in hospital with respiratory viruses!
    I have never seen anyone post anything like this before now!

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CRl6GtFMRU_/?utm_medium=copy_link

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  19. Someone posted questions to ask before getting the jab which basically they can’t answer and thus gives you a legal out for not getting the jab. But I can’t find the post. If someone could repost or point in the right direction. ( or it may have been on JoNova, but I can’t remember. )

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  20. So CDC are now admitting that PCR tests can’t tell the difference between covid and flu.

    “In preparation for this change, CDC recommends clinical laboratories and testing sites that have been using the CDC 2019-nCoV RT-PCR assay select and begin their transition to another FDA-authorized COVID-19 test. CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses. Such assays can facilitate continued testing for both influenza and SARS-CoV-2 and can save both time and resources as we head into influenza season. Laboratories and testing sites should validate and verify their selected assay within their facility before beginning clinical testing.”
    https://www.cdc.gov/csels/dls/locs/2021/07-21-2021-lab-alert-Changes_CDC_RT-PCR_SARS-CoV-2_Testing_1.html

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    • The common cold is a coronavirus. The “flu” is a coronavirus. Covid 19 & all the bullshit spinoffs are coronaviruses.

      Until a test specific to the globalists’ latest bogeyman is offered the tests are beyond worthless.

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      • Not so, strictly speaking.
        Coronavirus is a minor but significant contributor to the makeup of colds.

        https://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/cold-guide/common_cold_causes
        ———-
        Cold viruses have a lot in common, but each type has its own style, too.

        Rhinovirus. This bunch is most active in early fall, spring, and summer. They cause 10%-40% of colds. You’ll feel plenty miserable when you catch one, but the good news is they rarely make you seriously sick.

        Coronavirus. These tend to do their dirty work in the winter and early spring. The coronavirus is the cause of about 20% of colds. There are more than 30 kinds, but only three or four affect people.

        RSV and parainfluenza. These viruses cause 20% of colds. They sometimes lead to severe infections, like pneumonia, in young children.
        —————
        I researched this last year because I had understood that the ‘common cold ‘ was from Rhinovirus.
        Again, partially correct .

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