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mazze edspratt's article
Jan 27, 2023 at 8:27
Jan 27, 2023
Video: Aaron Gwin's Pump Track Training Tips
@PauRexs I feel like he has always been. Most of the DH riders are pretty eloquent, actually. Gee, Minnaar, Gwin, Mulally, Brosnan, and even the young Frenchies are all great interviewees after overcoming the language barrier. Barel, Needles and CG were also very good communicators back in the days. And of course the born entertainer Cam McCaul and the wordwizard Rob Warner. High level Mountainbikers in general seem to have quite extraordinary communication skills.
mazze mikekazimer's article
Jan 27, 2023 at 7:54
Jan 27, 2023
Video: Pre-Season Testing of Intense's M279 HP6 Prototype
@8a71b4: comments are on fire today. Love it. On a sidenote, Gwinns beard looks badass.
mazze henryquinney's article
Jan 27, 2023 at 7:39
Jan 27, 2023
How do Riders Feel About Discovery's Plans for World Cup Racing? - Pinkbike's State of the Sport Survey
@Mac1987 Lol, perfect! You just summed up how modern science works, haha.
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 22, 2022 at 14:44
Dec 22, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@hamncheez: the funny thing is, he predominantly argues with people who seem to have a very similar view as himself. Lacking a certain amount of tactfulness and too unintelligent to understand people´s obvious sarcasm (further below) and/or to identify who - at least partly - agrees with him, fotop is the kind of guy who gives the general public the impression we're all stupid nutcases. Lol. In German you'd say he is providing a 'Bärendienst', that is, he means well but is actually doing a disservice to like-minded people.
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 21, 2022 at 12:16
Dec 21, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@fotop: I take it the discreet sarcasm in our communication must've slipped your perception? ;)
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 17:54
Dec 20, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@Kamperk87: how about you skip the comments you're not interested in and move on, then? We're having a public argument. Feel free to find another thread or go pick a wheel size and be a dick about it.
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 17:29
Dec 20, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@KJP1230: you're right about the fact that there is enough data. It's just that an objective discussion about it is not permitted. Having had a look at the data, you certainly realized that there is a huge elephant in the room in the shape of a continuous and HIGHLY SIGNIFICANT excess death rate ever since the mass roll-out, wayy higher than the 2020 COVID delta-variant baseline data on an unvaccinated population -- like double digit percentage-wise higher. Under normal circumstances this is regarded a statistically impossible deviation and therefore it has to be explained by some sort of event/change of circumstances. It has been established that those excess deaths can explicitly NOT be explained by covid, so this is not it. What is it then?! And why is this not the absolute dominant topic in public discourse? Sure, you could argue that the certified vaccine deaths for North America are only in the mid 5-digit realms as of yet, but then again, you're probably well-informed enough to know that real numbers are likely between 10x and 100x higher (this, too, is a well established statistical fact) for the simple reason that only 1 to 10% of vaccine induced deaths are correctly reported and it's not an easy task to have a vaccine related death actually categorized as such in the first place. Hypothetically, let's assume only 1% of vaccine deaths are recognized, that's roughly 40k deaths times 100 and, thus, we arrive at 4 million potential deaths or close to 1% (more like 0.66%) of the entire North American population. Mind you, there was *only* 1.4 million covid deaths in North America, and that number is known to be exaggerated.
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 16:26
Dec 20, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@jclnv: don't you look forward to pay your fair share of personal CO2 tax when buying meat, going on vacation or filling up your car in order to save the world from climate change? Driving more than 10km a day in a personal car is selfish and has to be punished. Don't mind the people imposing these rules are flying in private jets to live in beach front estates on their private islands which are supposed to be under water by 2030.
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 13:25
Dec 20, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@KJP1230: There is a cohort study of 590,976 adults in the Journal of Clinical Medicine that has found there was NO CHANGE in myocarditis and pericarditis between those infected with COVID and those uninfected in an all-unvaccinated population. The dataset is from 2020, when vaccines were not around yet. The TL;DR is, you're simply regurgitating manicured media campaigns about "significantly greater risk of cardiovascular complications from a covid infection" without having a clue or any data to prove it. Smells like confirmation bias to me.
mazze seb-stott's article
Dec 20, 2022 at 13:02
Dec 20, 2022
Are Elite Athletes At Higher Risk Of Heart Problems & Premature Death?
@R-M-R: You wear your seatbelt to protect yourself, not to protect others. Also, wearing a seatbelt might induce injuries, however, in that case not wearing it would have most likely killed you. I don't know of any instances in which wearing a seatbelt has spontaneously killed people or left them permanently disabled. It's a different story with COVID vaccines though. This is where the risk/benefit trade-off comes in and why it can be concluded that, for old and vulnerable individuals, the benefits outweigh the risks. However, there is no justification to coerce the entire fertile population let alone kids to take an experimental vaccine that potentially has devastating effects on their future health 10 years down the road simply on behalf of protecting the elderly. In what kind of society do you sacrifice the health of children - the general public's future - on behalf of its past? "Yikes" is all you got as a response? I mean... You, the guy who literally just hypocritically wished for "someone willing and able to have a 'reasonable discussion'"? LMAO.
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