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SuddenlyClintoned 2 points ago +2 / -0

He's looking good, but damn, I wish he didn't get ousted so he could settle down and retire in 4 years while he's looking this good.

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SuddenlyClintoned 2 points ago +2 / -0

So it's a black gay dude...?

Why the gymnastics?

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SuddenlyClintoned 1 point ago +1 / -0

It really does feel like the tides are shifting.

People are not only angry, but even those that buy it are tired of the game, we're heading back into flu season and it's going to become harder and harder to hide that the vaccine isn't working, especially as restaurants and workplaces that mandate it have outbreaks.

If ADE is real and the vaccinated start dying en masse(say 0.1%?), it won't be long until everybody knows somebody vaccinated that's died. That's the point that people will either stop believing it, or panic and call for concentration camps. There's about to be a massive divide worldwide.

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SuddenlyClintoned 14 points ago +14 / -0

Truth is people voted cause he gave them free cash for a year and a half.

Communists gonna commie.

Put it this way: precovid I got 40-50 applications à month. I was lucky to get 4 through covid. The two days between the 2nd to last gov't cheque and Trudeau announcing extending benefits, I saw 44 applications.

Two days after he extended it, I had time to call them.
Every. Single. One. Told me they're no longer interested.

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SuddenlyClintoned 12 points ago +12 / -0

"avoided at all costs" is the terkkinology used to pass the vaxx mandates, too.

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SuddenlyClintoned 3 points ago +3 / -0

Duuude. If you do, share?

I watched half of it or so, but I'd like sharable formats

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SuddenlyClintoned 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm confident that so long as they don't really put the gears in(and honestly, they're gonna have a hard time doing it with how the Overton window is shifting on covid), she'll be solid. She approaches me whenever she has questions already, because she knows I'm well-read on the subject.

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SuddenlyClintoned 3 points ago +3 / -0

If her school pushes it hard enough, she'll give in.

She's amazing, but she also feels that compromising her education isn't worth the resistence at some level. I think she'd sit out 1 semester if they shove, but if resolution takes too long, she'll bend.

I'm not fully certain yet if that's a deal breaker for me or not, but it's possible, sadly.

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SuddenlyClintoned 8 points ago +8 / -0

I second this. That's basically where I am with my girlfriend.

She thought they'd mandate it for school, so she booked her appointment and let me know about it. I basically sat her down and gave her: "I'm not going to stop you, but understand that at this point in my life, every action and plan I'm making now is to set up my life for a family in the future. If joining the experiment compromises that, it's going to damage everything I've been working for" (FAR longer talk than that, but that's the gist) and it was like a brick hit her. I share a LOT of covid studies and reports with her, but I don't think she realized how serious I was that I believe the risk is substantial enough.

Going through my research the day of her appointment... We figure about 1/650ish seem to become injured by the vaccine in the short term based on different channels of official reporting. (she's in school for statistics, she understands the studies).
Needless to say, she cancelled it.

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SuddenlyClintoned 14 points ago +14 / -0

My workplace uses client phone numbers to place orders and for in-stock purchase rewards.

We used to always have the occasional senile old customers who needed to pull a card or their phone out to check their own number. And the occasional 20-50 y/o who blanks. But it's gotten exceedingly bad lately, what used to be 1-3 times a day is probably 20-30 now.

Devil's advocate, though: it could be the social deprevation they've put people through, too. If people aren't giving their number out, they could be blanking on it. I had seen a small uptick in that during the early pandemic(from 1-3 to 3-6?), but I chalked it up to stress at the time.

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SuddenlyClintoned 1 point ago +1 / -0

But they just approved it for 65+.

... Which was the original purpose of the vaccine. They'll bend the knee when the deaths are higher than last year this fall. Of course, without explaining how deaths are higher in 2021 than 2020 even with so many vaccinated.

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SuddenlyClintoned 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, 400 cases doesn't mean anyone will die from it.

There is an interesting argument behind ADE destroying/hindering an immune response and enabling re-infection.
Welcome to your endless pandemic, enabled by the vaccine we promised would end it! (sorry, not sorry)

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SuddenlyClintoned 8 points ago +8 / -0

Lolllll "The surge was driven by off-campus students"

OK...? Even if you could prove that. Your policies still didn't help you, idiots.

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SuddenlyClintoned 8 points ago +8 / -0

Was this the one that had the surveillance footage of him flying around a residential corner and then exploding in flames? Or am I remembering some other fishy death in a controlled car w/ abnormally large explosion?

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SuddenlyClintoned 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ironically, I'm fairly certain by the time the haste for the "cure" is needed, the damage will already be done.

I don't know if it's designed to kill, or how many it is, if so. But it may only be 5-25% on the high end. It's unlikely they want to wipe half the population at once. We're too useful as tax slaves.

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SuddenlyClintoned 2 points ago +2 / -0

In the 2011 film, "pandemic", she fantasized about locking people on their apartments for their own goodans giving the government unlimited authority, should à pandemic arise.

Living up to that fantasy yet, Taam?

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SuddenlyClintoned 17 points ago +17 / -0

It's not a bomb. It's not gonna happen at once.

It's a sinking ship. It's gonna be slow, the victims will see it coming. They're going to become frantic. Not all of them will die. We were savvy and knew where to be. Others, not so fortunate.

The leaks are sprung. We get to witness how this plays out.

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SuddenlyClintoned 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm gonna disagree.

Passion is a great motivator. But it's easily manipulated. I think now that she's spoken out, she's gonna full resist ala Kanye. But they could easily curb her.

Black lives matter is fueled by passion. Patriotism is fueled by passion. Murder is fueled by passion.

Passion for a constructive cause is a wonderful thing. Whether it's a passion for work, for truth, for community, for religion. But it only retains resolve if it's a passion to a larger purpose or process, not just the cause of the day.

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SuddenlyClintoned 4 points ago +4 / -0

Holy, that's actual truth spitting at 10:00-8:00(time remaining, time counts down on Instagram)

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SuddenlyClintoned 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'd agree if she was equipped with actual data.

I'm not certain she is. But she clearly believes nobody should be told what to do. So she's got passion on her side.

We'll see.

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SuddenlyClintoned 4 points ago +4 / -0

There's another worldwide protest on Saturday.

I'm not a part of or know anyone yet, but I'm showing up in Saturday and making my voice heard. I imagine I'll meet other like minded folk there, worth seeing if there's one local to you.

Official Website:
https://www.worldwidedemonstration.com
Telegram:
https://t.me/worldwidedemonstration

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SuddenlyClintoned 9 points ago +9 / -0

Also, the common "knowledge" among professions that give any vaccine is reactions only occur within 14 days, anything after that is unrelated.

A complete lie, of course, but indoctrination is a hell of a drug.

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SuddenlyClintoned 4 points ago +4 / -0

Shouldn't be forcing it on anybody.

If a 76 y/o grandpa wants to play the odds with whatever conditions come to them, so be it.

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SuddenlyClintoned 4 points ago +4 / -0

He has also expressed doubt as to giving it to children.

I, too, supported the effort for those that wanted it. But this forcing it on anyone that doesn't want it shit needs to stop. I thought the lefts endgame was 'until the old and vulnerable were innoculated'

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