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JoeyBlowey 0 points ago +2 / -2

Are you retarded? Because this is retarded. 5G (5th Generation) doesnt operate anywhere near 5hz. There's operational frequencies in the 3-4 Ghz range, some even higher like 10 Ghz+.

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JoeyBlowey 5 points ago +5 / -0

Honestly, anytime I've ever been seriously sick, I remind myself that there's only 3 outcomes:

  1. You get better in a few days.
  2. You end up in the hospital.
  3. You end up in the ground.

2 out of the 3 options dont require worry. So, I have a 66.66% chance of not needing to worry about it! 😄

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JoeyBlowey 2 points ago +2 / -0

No. Healthcare facilities that take medicare/aid payments must require vaccines for all employees or stop accepting medicare/aid.

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JoeyBlowey 2 points ago +2 / -0

VS. perpetual unemployment, I think these people would be pretty happy with that anyway.

Do you really think these hospitals would not require those conditions now anyway?

My company (fed contractor) is still requiring ridiculous "job safety protocols" for those of us unvaccinated anyway. No in person meetings, no company travel, and 100% work from home (which is ironic as I've already been 100% remote).

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JoeyBlowey 2 points ago +2 / -0

You can make that argument but it would have to come directly from regulatory agencies created by Congress specifically for the industry in question. That brings up the point of the court however that OSHA was created specifically to deal with workplace hazards and the methods to combat them. OSHA does not have the authority to dictate medical treatments for non-jkb related risk.

Using your logic, the contractor mandate is constitutional just because the government is placing the language in the PO. What authority does the GSA have to require a permanent medical treatment in a purchasing contract? What does that have to do with purchasing a fighter jet or lot of servers?

I think you'll find a similar outcome to the OSHA mandate when EO14042 hits the Supreme Court as well. The GSA has the authority to dictate prices, timelines, discrimination clauses, quantity, etc. not precautionary permanent medical intervention as riders to contracts.

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JoeyBlowey 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have had the same issue when I was younger. Whey protein caused an anaphylactic reaction. Thankfully, we have so many alternatives to soy for my son as he is also allergic to milk proteins in some form or another.

Thankfully, I was a terrible kid and only ever used milk for cereal.

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JoeyBlowey 1 point ago +1 / -0

This explicitly wouldnt have applied to remote workers anyway. It was in the ETS. That was entirely your company's decision if you were actually 100% remote.

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JoeyBlowey 12 points ago +12 / -0

YOU DONT NEED TO APPLY FOR AN EXEMPTION. If you truly are classified as 100% remote, the ETS doesnt apply to you. OSHA has no regulatory power in your home regardless of their ability/lack thereof to enforce a mandate. Point out to your dumbass HR rep that you are exempt due to 100% remote work, no customer/coworker physical interactions.

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JoeyBlowey 1 point ago +1 / -0

Insert "That's what you vote for idiot from NY" comment here.

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JoeyBlowey 70 points ago +70 / -0

I've legit needed to have this conversation with people. Santa, being a work of fiction, is literally MAGIC. If the motherfucker wants his male reindeer to keep antlers forever, he can just wave his hand and make it so. If Santa wants to appear as a jolly old black man, to black children, he can FUCKING WAVE HIS HAND AND BE BLACK FOR THE LITTLE BLACK KIDS.

Deliver presents around the world in one night? STOP FUCKING TIME FOR AS LONG AS HE NEEDS TO DELIVER PRESENTS BY WAVING HIS HAND.

Literally, people are dumb as fucking rocks. "How can he do this?"

HE IS A WORK OF FUCKING FICTION AND LITERALLY MAGICAL.

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JoeyBlowey 2 points ago +3 / -1

So instead of welcoming like minded individuals to boost your state population, youd rather do nothing to offset the illegals and liberals that are flooding in from blue states?

Texas will be blue in 10 years st the current rate.

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JoeyBlowey 3 points ago +5 / -2

Idk about this one. It says the whole ordeal went down when he was 18 and is now a 41 year old assistant chief.....

It's not far fetched to think someone could commit arson only to one day become a fire fighter. The same could go for Lego builders becoming architects and engineers.

Doesnt seem like he's been committing serial arsons the last 23 years so there has to be more to this local story.

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JoeyBlowey 1 point ago +1 / -0

None of these bills have made it out of committee. They arent scheduled for a floor vote on January 5th.....

This kind of shit happens all the time. The actual senate and assembly websites have literally thousands of loony bills, typically from the same handful of crazy assembly memebers/senators.

NY has a TON of shit wrong with it, but constantly showing this same bullshit is not helping.

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JoeyBlowey 6 points ago +6 / -0

That's his point. When asked, Leftist mainstream goblins wholeheartedly believe covid has a 30%+ deathrate for the unvaccinated.

By that logic, those of us refusing the vaccine are accepting a high possibility death as the alternative should we catch covid.

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JoeyBlowey 14 points ago +15 / -1

This is dangerous thought friend. Manchin is likely not an ally. What this whole "show" is all about I dont know but it's all by design.

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JoeyBlowey 5 points ago +5 / -0

The article is sensationalized. There's even a comment down below that shows the bill has existed in one form or another for YEARS.

The bill is still in committee. It literally cant just "be voted on" for 1/5/22. As ass backward as the state is, theres a process for all of this crap.

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JoeyBlowey 1 point ago +2 / -1

Dude, every year these clowns introduce outlandish bills. We had one for 'ghost guns' that actually passed the senate but died in the assembly. It isnt a new 'phenomenon' and these people haven't been hiding. It's the same group of Dem schmucks that come out of NYC, Buffalo and Rochester.

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JoeyBlowey 2 points ago +3 / -1

Too many people done realize how actual government works. If anyone took the time to read the amount of lunatic bills that get introduced and go absolutely nowhere, youd think I was living in North Korea. 98% of bills never even make it out of committee. Of those that do, 98% are stalled in either the assembly or the senate.

All you have to do is look at dates the bills were introduced. If it's a year on and they're still at the committee level, those things are dead in the water.

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JoeyBlowey 24 points ago +24 / -0

Too many people done realize how actual government works. If anyone took the time to read the amount of lunatic bills that get introduced and go absolutely nowhere, youd think we were living in North Korea. 98% of bills never even make it out of committee. Of those that do, 98% are stalled in either the assembly or the senate.

All you have to do is look at dates the bills were introduced. If it's a year on and they're still at the committee level, those things are dead in the water.

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JoeyBlowey 3 points ago +3 / -0

Too many people done realize how actual government works. If anyone took the time to read the amount of lunatic bills that get introduced and go absolutely nowhere, youd think I was living in North Korea. 98% of bills never even make it out of committee. Of those that do, 98% are stalled in either the assembly or the senate.

All you have to do is look at dates the bills were introduced. If it's a year on and they're still at the committee level, those things are dead in the water.

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JoeyBlowey 12 points ago +12 / -0

See that's nightmare fuel for me from an economic standpoint. Even if we pretend that the US was still a manufacturing powerhouse, we'd still be buying raw material from overseas.

How do you transport that without a diesel cargo ship? The fuck kind of cargo ship could make a journey like that on any kind of battery power?

All of these "green" initiatives outright banning the use of fossil fuels are insane.

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JoeyBlowey 3 points ago +3 / -0

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