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stagolee 6 points ago +6 / -0

And let's not forget "Free-Bleeding".

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stagolee 19 points ago +19 / -0

Legend.

There needs to be more of this. The police need to feel it. They know what they're doing is wrong. They deserve to be trampled.

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stagolee 4 points ago +4 / -0

20k down from 30 a month ago according to the article. Hopefully that's the majority of those that are gonna cave.

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stagolee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, that's like, just his opinion, man.

How the fuck does he interpret the "intent"?

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stagolee 11 points ago +11 / -0

At least 50/50 that they called something off because Trump called it a trap. After that, they couldn't just prove him right.

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stagolee 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don’t think these are exactly FDA representatives saying most of these things though. I keep seeing headlines saying “FDA says X”, but these are outside doctors and advisors bringing their own information to the table during the open commentary period. This is not the FDA admitting to anything.

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stagolee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Deleting and manipulating data on those routers is ALSO a crime, and there will be evidence of that. It’s always good to gather all evidence of every crime that you can so that they stack up against people. The real problem is finding people who will act on that evidence once it’s found.

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stagolee 8 points ago +8 / -0

So, after all damage has been done then.

It really pisses me off that they’re so happy to push untested crap on us, but then when they suspect a problem they insist on on a particular study before even considering issuing a warning. We have so much data out there with all these injections it cannot be hard to get 95% certain conclusions by aggregating all the data. It’s pathetic.

Of course when it’s ivermectin they’ll warn you against it with just one fraudulent paper against a thousand others.

And retards just go along with it.

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stagolee 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’ll bet Bernie would settle for removing private funding from the FDA and other dividers being put in place to cut out corruption. That’s a deal that should be getting made, and he’d bring his supporters along. Probably Warren too.

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stagolee 25 points ago +25 / -0

Well, after the top people quitting last week, these guys are now in the hot seat where they didn’t expect to be, and they’re looking at the data realizing how insane it is, and they are deciding they don’t want to be the ones to take the fall for this horrendous bullshit.

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stagolee 2 points ago +2 / -0

Shouldn’t have taken a genius to stop mayors from ruining businesses over covid either, and yet Abbot couldn’t figure that one out on his own.

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stagolee 1 point ago +1 / -0

We’re talking about location tracking from phones. You think google is limited to their email? Your entire phone is wired to provide this data. Changing your mail provider is not going to make you go invisible.

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stagolee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Little Miss Sumshine. Not nearly as bad as cuties, although there is one dancing scene that is definitely inappropriate.

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stagolee 2 points ago +2 / -0

It didn’t say “naked”. Just a dancing 10 year old. I have a feeling the movie was “Little Miss Sunshine”, and yes there is an inappropriate dance at the end, but it’s not as bad as is made out by this speech.

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stagolee 2 points ago +2 / -0

This monoclonal antibody thing is being overused. You’re preventing your body from learning how to create its own response to the virus - bad for you and for herd immunity. Healthy people should try to power through before going in for treatment. Old timers and fatties are a different story.

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stagolee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes. But it’s important to show these people some love when they make good decisions. If we “yes, but” the whole thing then you end up pushing people away again. Build upon common ground while you can.

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stagolee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, they’ve defined effective as “minimal reduction in harm from virus” as opposed to immunity. See, it’s easy!

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stagolee 4 points ago +4 / -0

People were a lot nicer when I was growing up because they knew they might get punched in the face if they got in a strangers business and acted like a piece of shit.

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stagolee 2 points ago +4 / -2

The problem she has is that the DA is a soros piece of shit who won’t prosecute. This is actually a kind of decent move for a mayor who can’t get prosecutions. It doesn’t lock them up, but it harasses the hell out of them, and perhaps presents opportunities to find other crimes. Obviously not how you want to be handling it, and I’m no fan of this retarded looking beast, but if you have no other tools then it’s at least doing something to disrupt them. This is the one thing I’m not really going to criticize her for.

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