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ikuyas 1 point ago +1 / -0

Clott Adams was saying nonsense about Ray Epps yesterday.

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ikuyas 2 points ago +2 / -0

They know that their party supporters are dumb, so they can get away from saying the opposite thing every 3 days. They rely on their supporter's stupidness.

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ikuyas 0 points ago +1 / -1

Asian immigrants are usually happy to get anything the government gives. They have no idea about giving vaccines to babies because it's free. It's not like they have learned years good things about vaccine. They get free money from the government for unemployment something but have a job in construction or food service. Many of them are very undereducated although they are physically tough and maybe street-smarter than us.

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ikuyas 1 point ago +1 / -0

I thought it was a WWE type set up by the Trump team.

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ikuyas 1 point ago +1 / -0

I thought to sue the individual pharmacist. Is it a bad idea? And why is that? My idea is that the individual pharmacist will call for a help to his manager, and his manager may at this moment decide to settle because simply giving him IVM ends the suit unless he wants compensation. If the manager talks to the district manager, then the district manager may settle. I don't really see any benefit for them to go higher up than that. Suppose he files in a local court, who the fuck is representing Walmart? Do you think the corporate is going to send their lawyers to (small?) town to appear in court? Do you think the individual pharmacist wants to appear in court? This is the point. They also need to calculate the cost and benefit of addressing the lawsuit. The injunction is so simple for them. I don't see much benefit for them to make it complicated.

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ikuyas 4 points ago +4 / -0

File a lawsuit, bro. It just costs you <$100 locally. Even if it goes nowhere, you get some knowledge. Using a court system is the right that we have as an American citizen. There is nothing wrong with suing. It's called Tort law. I've taken "economics of law" course from the very privileged university in east coast which took 4 months for mainly law school students while I am PhD in economics. I learned so many things from almost knowing nothing about the law. I also found that many things people give as a legal advise are not really correct, only sort of correct. I feel like all I don't know after taking the course is the everyday court procedure lawyers would know just because they do everyday.

There are some tricks. For example, sue the individual pharmacist or something like that instead of suing the pharmacy department of that particular Walmart. I also heard that you can make any statement in the file whatever it is, true or not to smear the defendant (defendant is a Walmart, you will be a plaintiff). Those are the tricks I don't know much about because that's probably things lawyers use as a practice.

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ikuyas 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sorry, I am watching. Torba is pretty good, the best in this industry.

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ikuyas 8 points ago +8 / -0

The constitutionality of healthcare vaccine mandate is fine while that is illegal for private businesses does not make sense at all. The mandate for federal workers also does not make sense.

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ikuyas 4 points ago +4 / -0

It is probably possible to form the argument in this line to accuse them of the traitor clause, and residents of the state can sue the governor fuck out of it even if it does not work because the judge is a fake judge. It could go somewhere.

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ikuyas 4 points ago +4 / -0

Please just don't say things you won't ever take action. File a law suit. Demonstrate that they deny your prescription. You can file a suit locally with very minimal fee < $100.

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ikuyas 17 points ago +17 / -0

Okay. Those who want ivermectin, order it from walmart, if they deny, sue them.

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ikuyas 0 points ago +1 / -1

I don't know, but did you do it? You don't have to be smart ass like that. Don't be sissy. That's all I want to say. It's your fault.

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ikuyas 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, it's so clear. He is a fed. He is by himself a whole time. He doesn't have anything to corporate with the FBI.

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ikuyas 4 points ago +4 / -0

That's totally one way. You can also sue them for illegal behavior of the officials. Missing chan of custody and so on is probably illegal. I don't know if the resident can sue for the "corruption" of officials like that. But you just pay $70 or something to file a suit to see how it works. If the judge throws it off, then I guess the residents do not have a standing, but you can learn and other people may try to find the way to sue them better. You may sue a particular individual who is in charge instead of the department.

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ikuyas 1 point ago +5 / -4

What do you mean by "we"??? Did you try? Did you go to the court and file a suit and rejected? I don't think so. You just waited for other people did.

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ikuyas 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'll say vaccine has a zero effect. For covid, there is no mechanism or reason why it works partially. For influenza/flu, the vaccine doesn't work because there are many variants that you are only immune to one of them. For Covid, you cannot make the same argument to say that the vaccines works but not very much. If it doesn't work partially, then it is probably not working at all. The data is just an artifact of false PCR test.

What they had/have to examine is whether the vaccinated who developed the antibody by it can really protect themselves from contracting. How they study the effect cannot distinguish that the vax doesn't work because mRNA fails to make spike protein from that the body does not develop antibody against the spike protein.

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ikuyas 3 points ago +3 / -0

Local parents can sue those teachers if they ever aren't wearing a mask as endangering the community. Make them never able to take off a mask for the rest of their live in the jurisdiction. It is still a win if they get the statement from them why they order children to wear a mask to prevent the contagion but they can ever take off the mask for the rest of their life when they may be spreading the virus. "If" they believe mask works, then they are consciously endangering the community like the seatbelt argument. They can get away if they say they just follow the CDC guideline or local authority. It is still our win to extract the statement.

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ikuyas 14 points ago +15 / -1

Georgia residents here should sue them. We have to keep suing those who we think are doing illegal activity. It is a standard procedure to file a law suit as our right. It can be a small claim that should cost you only $50.

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ikuyas 1 point ago +2 / -1

When he was asked if a particular example would be banned or taken down, he gave the answer that many posts would be taken down. Sounded too strict.

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