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I get some medications from Humana mail order pharmacy. The prices are great for most of my meds. I got this text message a few days ago and almost did not click on the link. I did, but you can shame me later for breaking a major computer security rule about not clicking on links from unknown sources. It turns out this was a valid sender, Humana Pharmacy. By looking at the text message could you figure that out? Nowhere was Humana or Pharmacy listed. The URL was no help. It was not any variation of Humana or pharmacy. It is crazy these days to send out such a confusing text message that most will consider spam and not open it.

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A test image is below, or maybe not. It is a test after all.

Below is sample text to test Algolia: “Our doctors are very smart people. So what they do is they say, ‘I’m sorry but everybody dies of Covid,’ " Trump said at a rally in Waterford Township, Michigan, on Friday. Unearthing conspiracy theories from the bowels of the Internet, the President claimed with no evidence that doctors from other countries list underlying diseases as the cause of death, while US doctors choose coronavirus.