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June 19, 2021, 7:59 pmDidn't know people are still being brainwashed
Apparently Drew Griffin believes Couy Griffin drank too much Kool-Aid.
June 15, 2021, 7:06 pmWith over 600,000 recorded Covid-19 related deaths ...
......... are the people that are still on the "should I or should I not get vaccinated" fence talking to their doctors or taking advice from conspiracy websites?
Many states are offering incentives to get vaccinated, but that doesn't answer questions about the vaccines. With three types of vaccines, which one is better is up to the individual. Two of the vaccines require a second booster shot and the one shot brand only guarantees if you catch the virus, the effects will be much milder.
The only advice I'll give is talk to your doctor, research reputable medical websites, and decide what is best for you.
June 13, 2021, 11:45 pmLara Trump calls on Americans at border to 'arm up and get guns and be ready'
While all the Kool-Aid drinking tin foil MAGA hat wearers were blaming President Biden for mass shootings, Trump's daughter-in-law was telling people at the border to arm up. Let's just hope the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys don't get into a fire fight somewhere on the Border.
June 13, 2021, 12:49 amShould getting vaccinated be a condition of employment?
Apparently it is at Houston's Methodist Hospital. "The lawsuit was filed by 117 workers led by Jennifer Bridges, a nurse at Houston Methodist's Baytown hospital who declined the vaccine because she considers it experimental and dangerous. The judge disagreed, writing: "This claim is false, and it is also irrelevant."
According to the judge the nurse's opinion about the vaccine is irrelevant and without any proof, her claim is false. IMO, people should not be forced to get vaccinated, but when it becomes a condition of employment, they should not only get the best medical advice, but also legal advice.
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June 10, 2021, 1:25 amThat Kool-Aid is some serious stuff.
Here's a guy that fried his brain from drinking too much.
June 9, 2021, 6:07 pmNo, Trump's not delusional
And bad enough that he could get lots of people killed with his lies.
June 7, 2021, 10:39 pmA group of peaceful tourist visiting the Capital Building?
That's what several Republican Senators and House members are saying. But the evidence and facts prove they are wrong.
June 3, 2021, 9:58 pmIs this a typical Trump supporter?
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June 2, 2021, 11:23 pmAfter losing an election and after the Inauguration, could the former president be reinstated?
According to Article II, Second 1 of the United States Constitution any one term President is illegible for a second term, but there has to be an election followed by a joint session of Congress certifying the Electoral College results. Another option for a one-termer is being elected Vice-President and becoming President after the removal, resignation, or death of the sitting President. Though a real long shot another way is in the succession process as Speaker of the House, President pro tempore of the Senate or a Cabinet secretaries.
While Presidents are allowed two terms, the terms don't have to be consecutive so Jimmy Carter is eligible to be elected President at age 100 in 2024.
Saw many opinions saying the former president cannot be reinstated, but strangely enough can't find one article or opinion explaining how that could be possible in the middle of another president's term. If I recall correctly Civics and Government classes are taught to in middle school though some high schools offer advanced courses. If someone can explain how reinstatement is possible especially by August, we'd all like to hear it.
May 31, 2021, 1:29 amThe latest Sydney Powell quote.
She and Michael Flynn are at it again with probably the dumbest thing either of them ever said. And that includes her "wait for the Kraken" BS.
May 26, 2021, 12:20 amCan't quite put my finger on ...
............... who this guy reminds me of, but hopefully someone will help refresh my memory.
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May 14, 2021, 9:05 pmPros and Cons or is someone wearing a Tin Foil Hat?
There is a lottery news article about Ohio and Kentucky Lotteries giving incentives to get a Covid-19 vaccination. Read some pros and cons on the two shot regiment Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, but very little about the one shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Some of the cons are "a poison with a microchip in it and is used to depopulate us for the new world order agenda according to the guidestone in Georgia."
"A lot of people have died and gotten injured from it."
"Microsoft founder Bill Gates is such a devil worshipping n pedophile monster who thinks the world is overpopulated wants to help us with his satanic patented injections !"
From the bottom up, can't find any proof or evidence of Bill Gates worshipping a devil or being a pedophile. Agree with the middle statement, but 1000 deaths out of 100 million vaccinated isn't exactly what I'd call "a lot" considering there are almost 600,000 total deaths. Not lessening the 1000 deaths but the vaccine was created to prevent millions of deaths.
The "modern ten commandments" on the Georgia guide stone are interesting and backs up Gates if really thinks the World is overpopulated.
Another question was ""Why are they pushing so hard for a vaccine doesn't prevent you from getting or giving covid-19?", but shouldn't we ask for scientific proof that the vaccine "doesn't prevent" or should we just believe the words of unknown social media posters?
Many of us got a smallpox vaccination that infected us with the mild cowpox virus to build an immunity against the deadly smallpox. And the covid-19 vaccines are designed so our immune systems create antibodies needed to protect us from getting infected or at worse a relatively mild version. Smallpox was one of most deadly diseases known to man and the only human disease to have been eradicated by vaccination.
Getting vaccinated should be personal decisions regardless what the no-name self-proclaimed Internet "experts" say.
May 7, 2021, 10:50 pmAll-or-Nothing games
Been predicting the Texas version for a couple years and because mine are alphabetically near the bottom I see most of the payoffs. See lots of $2 payoffs, some $10 winners, occasional $50 payoffs, and every once in awhile see $500 payoffs. Players get a 9% chance of matching either 4 or 8 of the 12 numbers, but the $2 payoffs are "break even" because the ticket price is $2.
Usually predict 10 combos and another 10 using the opposite numbers. I'm wondering if anyone actually playing All-or-Nothing games are getting back more than the 45% probability?
May 5, 2021, 9:53 pmAnother Facebook friend bites the dust.
To be more correct, the ban on their FaceBook account was extended another six months. Some will say muzzling opinions on social media is an assault on free speech and it would be except for that pesky TOS agreements we "sign" when making an account.
Doubt any of these social media giants will prevent overall misinformation or disinformation, but we probably won't be reading it on their sites. Hopefully will get a xix months break from political misinformation, but I doubt it.
April 24, 2021, 7:59 pmBut did anyone really take Trump's disinfectant "wonder cure" serious?
Apparently a church family in Florida did and sold their version of Lysol/Clorox calling it the "Miracle Mineral Solution". If people die or get seriously ill, the blame is not just on the snake oil salesman selling the industrial strength bleach as a cure for Covid-19, but all the fools believing them and ingesting it.