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The government-endorsed treatment for CoV is remdesivir, marketed by Gilead.

The sticker price is $520/dose or $3,120 for a short-course treatment and $5,720 for a long-course treatment. What do you get for your three large? A four day shorter recovery time (so says Gilead).

Did I mention remdesivir costs only $9/dose to manufacture?

Can we look forward to some Congressional hearings about price gouging like the ones held for Mylan charging for $600 for Epipens?

Another governor has issued an "executive order" requiring masks in all buildings. What's with all of the governors turning into tinpot dictators?

Executive orders are instructions issued by the chief executive within the purview prescribed by statutory law; they are not a blank check for governors to channel their inner Stalin.

Apple has announced that it will move away from Intel processors to a CPU of its own design (Apple Silicon) for its Macintosh computers by the end of the year.

If you think Macs are expensive now, wait until they're based on CPU's manufactured in a quantity that fills only 12.3% of the personal computer market.

Superman has x-ray vision that can see through everything but lead, but when they put lead in glass, everyone can see through it.

The New York Times reported that Russia is paying the Taliban to kill U.S. soldiers. (Aren't the Taliban already paying the Taliban to kill U.S. soldiers?).

The NYT quoted an anonymous source from "US Intelligence".

Here's a primer for detecting lies and propaganda: The information comes from U.S. Intelligence sources.

(The journalistic faux pas of reporting information from unnamed sources as "news" notwithstanding).

How much money, resources, and manufacturing capacity is being wasted on Ziploc closures on packaged food that do not work?

Don't do drugs, stay in school, go to college – and you too can spend taxpayer dollars studying the attractiveness of men with cats.

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