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VADawg
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re: Ravens linebacker and former LA Tech player Jaylon Ferguson passes away.
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2. Anyone familiar with Baltimore know anything about that part of town?


Baltimore in general is pretty sketchy, and people on Twitter are wondering why an NFL player is hanging out on that side of town.

Guy who does investigative reporting for the Baltimore Banner said it is believed to be an overdose. Very sad all around.


Breauxsif
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Ferguson leaves behind three small children all under the age of 5.


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lsufball19
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1. I would think the fact police were called and not EMS, means something sketchy about who he was with/where he was. Right? I would think if he was at home or similar EMS would be the phone call


911 calls go to the same call center. If EMS is sent to check on a possible death, so would cops
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High C
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This is what happens when a cause of death isn’t announced. Speculation just runs rampant, and it can create a very negative image of the deceased without having any basis in truth.


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lsupride87
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911 calls go to the same call center. If EMS is sent to check on a possible death, so would cops
Right. But if he was at home with loved ones wouldn’t just EMS come? I have called EMS twice in my life from my house for an emergency and the cops never came


the LSUSaint
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Loons on the board immediately point to vax.
Probably will still think it’s vax related after reports of shooting.


And 6 months ago, if he makes it to hospital with gun wound, and has covid, his death makes it onto the covid list.

So frick off, pendulum has swung bitch


lsupride87
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And 6 months ago, if he makes it to hospital with gun wound, and has covid, his death makes it onto the covid list. So frick off, pendulum has swung bitch
Congrats on acting retarded just like the people you hate?
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lsufball19
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Right. But if he was at home with loved ones wouldn’t just EMS come? I have called EMS twice in my life from my house for an emergency and the cops never came


IDK, I called 911 because there was something burning in my attic. They sent one of everyone to my house: fire, ems, cop. Not uncommon for a cop to accompany any emergency personnel who is called
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lsupride87
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Just EMS and firefighters for me. No cops


the LSUSaint
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Congrats on acting retarded just like the people you hate?


Not at all. It's just moronic to belittle someone because a young physically top tier athlete dies unexpectedly and their mind goes towards possible vaccine issues, which are a proven fact.

No clue what his cause of death is....but I sure understand the immediate knee jerk towards unnatural causes.


lsupride87
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Not at all. It's just moronic to belittle someone because a young physically top tier athlete dies unexpectedly and their mind goes towards possible vaccine issues, which are a proven fact.


Dying from covid is a proven fact that can happen as well. Yet, you agree it’s stupid to jump to that as cause of death…..

Jumping to drugs or suicide when a young person dies unexpectedly would actually be the “logical jump to conclusion” thought as that’s what the percentages would lead to
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bikerack
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https://twitter.com/BaltimoreBanner/status/1539612638820409345

Suspected overdose based on materials found at the scene


REG861
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Tainted blow? Ie the other Chinese pandemic unleashed on our country.
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lsutigers1992
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So frick off, pendulum has swung bitch


Six upvotes on the MSB is not a paradigm shift.

Stop trying to “win” this guy’s death, you sick frick.


JJ27
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Just EMS and firefighters for me. No cops



You don't live in Baltimore. The cops might be sent just to make sure EMS aren't harmed.


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SammyTiger
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Not at all. It's just moronic to belittle someone because a young physically top tier athlete dies unexpectedly and their mind goes towards possible vaccine issues, which are a proven fact. No clue what his cause of death is....but I sure understand the immediate knee jerk towards unnatural causes.


The same morons forget that myocarditis is a Covid complication. It was one of the reasons the Big Ten didn’t want to play in 2020 before anyone was vaccinated.


STEVED00
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The same morons forget that myocarditis is a Covid complication. It was one of the reasons the Big Ten didn’t want to play in 2020 before anyone was vaccinated.


Until they realized how dumb that was given that young healthy 20yr olds were essentially at no risk to Covid.

Like Pride said, this could be totally put to bed with data. Was there a jump in things like myocarditis in 5-39 yr olds in the last 18 months? In that time a huge amount of that age group was vaccinated even though the data also showed that the vast majority of them were at little to no risk to original version of Covid and an extremely small % of them had to be hospitalized bc of Covid.

If there is no jump in that data then no harm no foul.
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lsupride87
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Young healthy 20 year olds have more of a risk of myocarditis from covid than from the vaccine…..

Both are extremely small risks that honestly are so small they shouldn’t be a true worry, but the above statement is still true


DBG
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OD on Xanax

Not fact, just reading tea leaves on the Twitter
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SammyTiger
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Until they realized how dumb that was given that young healthy 20yr olds were essentially at no risk to Covid.


That’s not true. They all could get Covid they just generally had minimal symptoms, one being myocarditis which isn’t really that bad unless you’re stressing your heart.

They were low risk to die from Covid, but having myocarditis and playing sports is a different risk.

Both probably cause myocarditis. And many people could get Covid have myocarditis and not know.


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