Episode 147 – Worst Case Ontario (and AB, BC…)

In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about the chaos of the Third Wave, about how police will not fix anything and why these politicians would rather see people in ICU than stop the spread of COVID-19.

Episode transcript.

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2 comments on Episode 147 – Worst Case Ontario (and AB, BC…)

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    Edward H.C Graydon
    4 hours ago
    CONTENT DEACTIVATED Yesterday a house in Hamilton Ontario went up for sale in Westdale close to my Childrens school {639,000} I will tell you I offered $674,000 and a immediate closing if they so desired with no stipulations or conditions I also gave a deposit of $65.000 on the house and they asked for $35,000. Yesterday being Saturday the offers where being accepted and I lost out on the house I think as I was told offers for over $700,000 was offered but at that immediate time the offer that was given did not immediately have with it a good faith deposit. My point is that in order to purchase a house or qualify for a mortgage of $500,000 you need an income of close to $200,000 a year . I think that because during covid jobs and income are not consistent and precarious at best the youth of today will be indebted for years to come all while having little job opurtunities in the coming years .

    I think if you add up the issues of precarious employment that presents its self to almost all regions of Canada while taking into account the goverments announcement that it intends to raise rates soon I believe real estate or the debt that is being held by those with large mortgages are going to take a wicked hit.
    Cash is still King in many ways!

  2. Edward H.C Graydon
    Aug. 25, 2021
    The Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is associated with an increased risk of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, a large new study from Israel confirms. But the side effect remains rare, and Covid-19 is more likely to cause myocarditis than the vaccine is, scientists reported on Wednesday.

    The research, which is based on the electronic health records of about two million people who are 16 or older, provides a comprehensive look at the real-wold incidence of various adverse events after both vaccination and infection with the coronavirus.

    Although the study did not break down the myocarditis risks by age or by sex, the median age of people who developed the condition after vaccination was 25, and 19 of the 21 cases were in males, the researchers reported.

    In addition to myocarditis, the Pfizer vaccine was also associated with an increased risk of swollen lymph nodes, appendicitis and shingles, although all three side effects remained uncommon in the study. Coronavirus infection was not associated with these side effects, but it did increase the odds of several potentially serious cardiovascular problems, including heart attacks and blood clots. « less

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