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SilverHaven


MEMBER SINCE   February 05, 2015

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: The CATCH. Troy passes to Gonzo in closing seconds at Ann Arbor in 2005.
    The STEAL. Clarett rips ball away from Miami after Krenzel threw interception in 2002 championship.
    The BOLT. Terry Glenn's 82-yard bolt of lightning against Notre Dame in 1995 with Regis.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: ARCHIE GRIFFIN "He's a better young man than a football player, and..."(Woody Hayes)

Recent Activity

Comment 13 Sep 2020

Of course they voted today. They voted not to vote on starting the football season.

They are waiting for some medical excuse to defend their political position-- other than myocarditis.  Perhaps the faster testing cannot be provided to teams soon enough.
Or perhaps the preventative protocols will not be deemed sufficient. 
Or perhaps the teams who are playing will have to stop due to the spread of the virus. 
Or...

Comment 12 Sep 2020

Notre Dame played today.  Clemson will play tonight.

Texas and Oklahoma are playing.
Kansas State and Iowa State lost to Sun Conf. teams. Haha.

North Carolina beat Syracuse. 
Florida State is playing the rambling wreck from Georgia Tech.

Also playing are Miami, Army, Pitt, Tulane, Louisville, Texas Tech, Baylor, Kansas and... 

And Ohio State?  Well, it's too dangerous, just ask the State Penn doctor about the 1/3 of players getting some hitherto unknown ailment called myocarditis.

Comment 11 Sep 2020

But, but, but the New York Times, and New York Magazine, and the New Yorker, and the Atlantic all quoted each other about the cause of death.  It's got to be true. 

Comment 04 Sep 2020

One third of football players have some awful sounding disease Myocarditis?
Right, of course. 
It's amazing how all of them haven't been hospitalized many months before. This sounded ridiculous from the get go.
Now the expert doctor Sabastianelli makes some lame excuse for how he pulled this out of an orifice on his back side, saying he: "recalled initial preliminary data that had been verbally shared on a forthcoming study..." 
Right, of course.

Comment 21 Aug 2020

Would these news sources help?

https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/the-gretchen-who-stole-football/

https://ussanews.com/News1/2020/08/19/michigan-gov-gretchen-whitmer-reportedly-blocking-michigan-from-playing-fall-football-season/

AD Gene and Pres Kristina at Ohio State are trying to make it happen!

Comment 21 Aug 2020

Some relatively smaller coronavirus firms are:

MRNA Moderna is a good choice for a "smaller" company with Phase 3 trials starting now, and has a billion $ deal with the US govt. albeit at a low price per dosage that drove its stock price down to $68.

INO Inovio Pharms is smaller yet, and starting Phase 3 in Sept. Has a lot of upside potential at $15 a share.

NVAX Novavax is considered to have the most viable vaccine product, it also has a billion $ deal, but it's stock price reflects this and has increased more up to $143.

BNTX BioNTech is a German firm working with giant Pfizer. Its stock has been sliding to $66.

EBS Emergent Biosolutions is manufacturing the vaccines for several firms.  They have had the most steady stock-price increases of the small firms, now at $131 a share.

Huge pharms companies with viable vaccines candidates, but also other drug lines are:

Pfizer (with BNTX above)

Johnson & Johnson

GlaxoSmithKline with Sanofi

AstraZeneca with Oxford Univ.

This does not constitute investment advice.  I do not recommend the purchase of stock in any of these companies. Do your own research and analysis.