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JamesClarker 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah the side of the building says Mohegan sun.

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +2 / -0

😭 I am really sorry for your loss.

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JamesClarker 3 points ago +3 / -0

Does anyone have a different link to the video?

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +2 / -0

Please read other comments. It is because she was national guard..

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JamesClarker 7 points ago +7 / -0

She was talking about a study done in the 60's and points out the absurdity of the government doing such a study. Also she digs deeper in the numbers and points out there is more of a disparity in the shithole Democratic cities.

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JamesClarker 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good intentions but not a fan of Kodak. They did business with Nazis while America was in the war. Used slave labor too.

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JamesClarker 1 point ago +1 / -0

Get a seam ripper and cut out the stitching.

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JamesClarker 3 points ago +3 / -0

I bought a ridgecut and like it (made in Bangladesh - maybe a dictatorship?). I just couldn't justify spending an extra $20 for the Carhartt when it still was made overseas (India).

I was looking for a pair of waterproof boots but the muck brand boots are all made in China and expensive. Yeah they are nice but I went with the $20 Honeywell rain boots that are made in the USA - I'll just double up on socks in the winter.

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +3 / -1

I couldn't stand this guy from day 1.

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JamesClarker 3 points ago +3 / -0

Lol from the article: At this point, the CDC has recorded that less than a quarter of adults who are fully vaccinated under the existing definition have gotten a third shot.

Who here didn't see that one coming lol.

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JamesClarker 10 points ago +10 / -0

Where is the license plate? I don't see one. To my knowledge, all uhauls are tagged with Arizona plates. It has dark letters/numbers and I'm not seeing anything??

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +2 / -0

Does it even have a license plate!?! Or am I missing it??

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +2 / -0

Exactly.. I feel like all we are doing is giving them inches for their permission to live.

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +2 / -0

As much as I would love to lie, I just can't with this. I did just have a good conversation with my boss who is a VP, part owner, and based. He said basically they are viewing it as a game of chicken and thinks it will be retracted at the 11th hour, but they are just collecting what they have to show progress if need be. Whether it is a line of BS or not, who knows.

On a related note, another guy here is Muslim and doesn't want to get it. We've had some discussions and he is definitely being red-pilled by all this. He is from morroco (a dictatorship) and said he has considered going back. I mean how fucked up is that? I did tell him he should have no problems getting it approved.

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JamesClarker 1 point ago +1 / -0

I honestly feel like I'm fucked either way. Like they can claim a title VII hardhsip because they will lose their federal contracts.

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JamesClarker 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree fully, which is mostly the reason why I do not go

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JamesClarker 1 point ago +1 / -0

They want me to sign a form with four questions:

  1. Describe the religious beliefs or practice which necesstates this request for accommodation.

  2. Would complying with the COVID-19 vaccination requirement substantially burden your religious exercise? If so, please explain.

  3. How long have you held the religious beliefs underlying your objection?

  4. Please describe whether, as an adult, you have received any vaccines against any other diseases (such as flu vaccine or a tetanus vaccine) and, if so, what vaccine you most recently received and when, to the best of your recollection

It seems to me these may already be questions they aren't allowed to ask?

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JamesClarker 5 points ago +5 / -0

The ladies face just before this cracked me up when he admitted he wasn't shot with his hands up but got shot as he moved closer and pointed his weapon at Kyle.

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JamesClarker 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm 5-8, male, 157. I am pretty active outside and am muscular but don't "lift" in the traditional sense (I split firewood, move logs and other heavy things, etc.). I still have a little extra around the midsection I could stand to lose (and have been trying), but I should be around 150. So I would agree that 205 is a lot for an extra inch.

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JamesClarker 9 points ago +10 / -1

I'm kind of fortunate in that we've been careful over the last 18 months and save alll the extra money we could. I am in a simalr position but I am prepared to quit. Yeah it is scary but I ain't playing their fucking game. I just canceled everything non-essential and laid down the law with extra spending. I am prepared to sell everything we don't need and completely change our standard of living. Fuck them all.

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JamesClarker 15 points ago +15 / -0

The kicker for me is the guy says this:

McElyea said many of his patients were familiar with ivermectin. "Growing up in a small town, rural area, we've all accidentally been exposed to ivermectin at some time. So, it's something people are familiar with," he said. "Because of those accidental sticks when trying to inoculate cattle, they're less afraid of it."

BUT you literally do not "stick" your cattle with it. It is an oral medication!

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JamesClarker 6 points ago +6 / -0

Anyone notice this?? From the article:

McElyea said many of his patients were familiar with ivermectin. "Growing up in a small town, rural area, we've all accidentally been exposed to ivermectin at some time. So, it's something people are familiar with," he said. "Because of those accidental sticks when trying to inoculate cattle, they're less afraid of it."

The issue is you don't (from what I can tell) use a needle to "stick" your animal. It is an ORAL medication. This dude has NO IDEA what he is talking about and this is all made up!!!

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