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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good. It's past time for us to take out the trash in this country, all we need is a list of all D voters.

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

Huh. And here I was thinking these morons have been saying that masks are to protect other people from you spreading it to them. So if he's wearing a mask and they aren't, what's the problem?

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Nerdrem 5 points ago +5 / -0

Anyone with a brain that can notice patterns should be an anti-semite. I don't want to dislike anyone, but over the past few years I've noticed a trend in the main influencers on social media that push communist, anti-white, democrat talking points, leftist bullshit etc. Go look at a random blue checkmark on twitter pushing CRT and check the last name.

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Nerdrem 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm sensing some sarcasm, but I'm being serious. The Night of the Long Knives was when Hitler cracked down on the brown shirts after they had served their purpose and were moving from being politically useful to being an internal threat. Antifa is the closest analogue to the brown shirts I can think of.

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Nerdrem 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’m still personally figuring out what the night of the long knives will look like.

It would have to be a heavy crackdown nationwide on antifa and blm.

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

According to the article, there were live rounds in it. Which leads to the question, why would you need live rounds on a movie set? Another good question would be: how much had he had to drink at the time?

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cool thanks for the link, that story was kind of intense. It would be nuts to have to defend a property against multiple square miles of ants that will literally eat you. Seems to me that they could take out more than just a small child or invalid, IIRC in the book I'm talking about they got some guy while he was sleeping.

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Nerdrem 3 points ago +3 / -0

Maybe not, I don't know for sure because I don't remember what book it was. But my best guess is that it was at least based on a true story.

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Nerdrem 18 points ago +18 / -0

I once read some book, it was so long ago that I don't remember what it was or if it was a true story or not, but it was about some family that went on mission to Africa, written from one of the daughter's perspectives. The main thing I remember was someone being eaten alive by ants that apparently will go on stampedes there. But yes, the types of people who do missionary work are likely to be traditional types who will have children, and of course their children go where they go.

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, I know. What I'm saying is that I bet you could get the exact same pills at a pharmacy. Not amoxicillin but in a different shape and color, but the exact same ones that come in the fish bottle.

Think about it, why would they open a whole new factory or whatever to make pills for fish when they're already making the exact same thing for people?

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hahaha fucking gross, that sub is pretty much all Pelosi lol

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Nerdrem 8 points ago +8 / -0

Our hospitals are killing centers

I've come to that conclusion too. If you take your pet to the vet and it's really sick, they'll euthanize it. Euthanasia is mostly illegal for humans, so what hospitals do for people, who in the same scenario as animals would be put down out of mercy, is they "treat" them which is basically just dragging it out (and making shitloads of money) until they ultimately die.

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree with the first part but not the second part. Any time I'm watching a new to me show and a hot chick comes on I always subconsciously think "I hope she gets naked". I just always want to see boobs, unless it's fat or old chicks. I thought I'd probably grow out of it, but I haven't.

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Nerdrem 2 points ago +2 / -0

Do you have a link for dosages by weight? I'm not sick or anything, but someone gave me a tube and I was thinking about taking it just on the off chance I have a parasite I don't know about, like a tape worm or something.

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Nerdrem 7 points ago +7 / -0

Or amoxicillin for fish, I had a tooth infection so I picked some of that up (fixed me right up btw) and I went on one of those pillfinder websites and entered the shape, color, any numbers or letters on it etc, and it came back with... amoxicillin. No mention of it being for fish, just that it was amoxicillin. I would be extremely unsurprised to find out you can get the exact same pills at a pharmacy.

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

I know that contracts are legally binding and a third party doesn't get to just nullify it because of some rule they made after the fact.

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Nerdrem 7 points ago +7 / -0

Except he is, because NBA contracts are fully guaranteed. Doesn't matter if he plays, doesn't play, out for the season injured, cut from the team, or anything else. Unless his contract specifically says something about the vax, they have to pay him. If they try to withhold money they'll have the player's union and their lawyers up their ass immediately.

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Nerdrem 19 points ago +20 / -1

I don't believe the NBA can just decide the team doesn't have to pay him. He wouldn't even have to hire a lawyer, the player's union would handle all that. NBA contracts are fully guaranteed.

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Nerdrem 1 point ago +1 / -0

I had a girlfriend once whose parents had separate rooms. However, I think with them they were just sick of each other but didn't believe in divorce since they were Catholic.

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Nerdrem 9 points ago +9 / -0

This post needs a sticky. My comment:

DACA is one of the most egregious slaps in the face yet from the federal government, both to citizens and legal immigrants. If your parents rob a bank you don't get to keep the money just because you were a child. THEY NEED TO GO HOME.

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