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thekindlyman555 26 points ago +26 / -0

Socialist who bought a multimillion dollar mansion, streams 10 hours a day stealing other people's content to "react" to, often leaving the stream completely and leaving his empty chair. This compilation is not edited other than to speed it up and remove the parts of one stream where Hasan was actually present: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjUh38xhxng&t=1372s&ab_channel=MooLer

Refuses to support artists who made fan art of him, which he got on a pirated T Shirt, claimed he paid them in "exposure" by retweeting them.

Bans people in chat who even slightly criticise him, even if they had been paying supporters for YEARS. Saw him ban someone who was a member for over 50 months at $5/mo.

In otherwords, typical socialist hypocrit piece of shit.

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thekindlyman555 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also from the WHO statement:

Composition of current and future COVID-19 vaccines

The TAG-CO-VAC considers that COVID-19 vaccines that have high impact on prevention of infection and transmission, in addition to the prevention of severe disease and death, are needed and should be developed. Until such vaccines are available, and as the SARS-CoV-2 virus evolves, the composition of current COVID-19 vaccines may need to be updated, to ensure that COVID-19 vaccines continue to provide WHO-recommended levels of protection against infection and disease[4] by VOCs, including Omicron and future variants.

The TAG-CO-VAC will consider a change in vaccine composition:

  • to ensure that vaccines continue to meet the criteria established in WHO’s Target Product Profile for COVID-19 vaccines, including protection against severe disease
  • to improve vaccine-induced protection.

To that aim, COVID-19 vaccines need to:

  • be based on strains that are genetically and antigenically close to the circulating SARS-CoV-2 variant(s);
  • in addition to protection against severe disease and death, be more effective in protection against infection thus lowering community transmission and the need for stringent and broad-reaching public health and social measures;
  • elicit immune responses that are broad, strong, and long-lasting in order to reduce the need for successive booster doses.
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thekindlyman555 6 points ago +6 / -0

Air vented down will still spread throughout a space fairly quickly, filled with potential virus particles.

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thekindlyman555 3 points ago +3 / -0

COVID virions are aerosolized, meaning they travel in microscopic water droplets (aka aerosols). To say they they somehow move slower than the water droplets that they are carried in is just fundamentally incorrect.

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thekindlyman555 23 points ago +23 / -0

Which entirely defeats the purpose of the mask as advertised: "to protect others"

If the mask vents, then it does not filter out anything from your breath before it enters the surrounding air.

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thekindlyman555 3 points ago +3 / -0

Because nearly 100% of divorces royally fuck the man over, so the man has no incentive to file for one unless things are REALLY REALLY DIRE.

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thekindlyman555 4 points ago +4 / -0

I wish... I'm a Canadian locked in Canada dreaming of being able to escape to sunny Florida.

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thekindlyman555 1 point ago +1 / -0

Full quote:

I’m not an economist, but I’ve been doing this a long time. But here’s the way to look at it. If car prices are too high right now, there are two solutions: You increase the supply of cars by making more of them, or you reduce demand for cars by making Americans poorer. That’s the choice.
Believe it or not, there’s a lot of people in the second camp. You’ll hear them complain that wages are rising too fast among the very middle-class and working-class people who have endured decades of stalled incomes.
Their view of the economy says the only solution to our current and future challenges is to make the working families that are the backbone in our country poorer or keep them in the state they’re in.
It’s a pessimistic vision, and I reject it. I reject the idea that we should somehow punish people because they finally have a little more breathing room.
America doesn’t need to settle for less. We need an economy that has the capacity to generate more growth, more jobs, and more opportunity for all Americans.
That’s why we’re going to keep doing everything we can to, one, unstick the bottlenecks that are keeping goods from getting to consumers; two, build better infrastructure so that we can get parts and goods to factory floors quicker and cheaper; three, bring more of that production back here to the United States.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/speeches-remarks/2022/01/07/remarks-by-president-biden-on-the-december-2021-jobs-report/

The clip cuts off after the bold part. This is clearly a malicious edit of the clip to take out the context of the statement. I don't like Biden anymore than anyone else, but this is doing exactly what the MSM did to Trump for years. Be better.

for what it's worth, I don't believe that Biden is actually doing this thing he claims to be doing, but I don't like editing out of context.

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thekindlyman555 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sure, but the peer review process doesn't even require people to be bought and paid for explicitly to have issues with bias, or just not working as intended to weed out erroneous or fraudulent research findings. I would argue that explicitly bribed actors are an extreme minority in the process of most peer review.

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thekindlyman555 2 points ago +2 / -0

That would be James Lindsay, Peter Bogosian, and Helen Pluckrose's "sokal squared" hoax and actually it's worse than that. They submitted 20 papers to different psychology journals and got SEVEN of them published, and 7 were still at various phases of peer review before they came out. Only 6 of these FAKE papers were rejected outright

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thekindlyman555 2 points ago +2 / -0

Because equality I guess. Both transgender groups get to stomp all over the women and both have unfair advantages against biological women.

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thekindlyman555 2 points ago +2 / -0

Penn student was an MTF transgender and Yale's was an FTM. Both apparently competing in the women's group...

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thekindlyman555 2 points ago +2 / -0

They're the guys who were doing the Arizona forensic audit...

No idea what this means in the grand scheme of things though.

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thekindlyman555 17 points ago +17 / -0

I think he just has tuberculosis.

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thekindlyman555 1 point ago +1 / -0

Pretty much all viruses are smaller than 0.3 microns (300nm).

For reference:

  • picovirus: 20nm
  • Coronaviruses: 80-160nm
  • Herpesvirus: 150-200nm
  • Mimivirus/pandoravirus: 400nm

That's not really super relevant though for COVID because COVID viruses don't travel as single virions in the air. They travel in respiratory droplets (which would get mostly caught by masks) and aerosolized droplets (some of which will get caught by masks if they're properly sealed, but if not the mask will just slow their velocity and divert them in a different direction.

Also the chemicals that make farts smell bad are typically ammonia and hydrogen sulfide, which have sizes likely smaller than a nanometer, so they're MUCH smaller than even viruses. So saying you can smell farts through a mask is really not saying much at all.

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thekindlyman555 1 point ago +1 / -0

N95 masks if properly fit tested and sealed are meant to block 95% of particles over 0.3 microns.

According to a 2010 paper published in The Journal of Aerosol Science, they measured exhaled aerosol droplets with a geometric mean of 0.07um and a standard deviation of 2.0. Meaning A LOT of aerosol particles are smaller than 0.3um and thus would not be effectively included in that 95% statistic.

Also needless to say, free floating non-aerosolized airborne viruses are much, MUCH smaller than that.

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