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Diana22 1 point ago +1 / -0

Absolutely - it’s the religion reference in the headline that I was surprised to see included.

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Diana22 4 points ago +4 / -0

That and people like Ellen love wearing hoodies with his other artwork… so the religion reference is interesting.

https://static.twentytwowords.com/wp-content/uploads/ellenhoodie.jpg

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Diana22 1 point ago +1 / -0

You jest but I think that was a quote in a UK paper last year…

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

My period was irregular / late after being around a vaxxed family member in early 2021. I am of an age that I first thought it was perimenopause, but it went back to what would be an age-appropriate pattern after 2-3 months. I haven’t taken it & amn’t married, so no close contact/transmission risk (but all my family have). So I do think something is shedding, I hope it is just a few spikes or antibodies.

As another poster said, if it is a truly transmissible vaccine… well 95% of adults here are vaxxed so that’s us f*cked.

Note - some other vaccines (attenuated live virus) do shed. The Ebola vaccine is viral vector & was shown to be detectable on PCR.

Vaccine virus RNA has been detected by rRT-PCR in synovial fluid and skin vesicles in vaccinated persons as long as 20 days after vaccination (66). Live vaccine virus has been isolated in skin vesicles in vaccinated persons as long as 9 days after vaccination (59)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7802368/

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Diana22 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ireland currently has a government committee running, hearing submissions on extending this as a 12 week limit can “discriminate and cause barriers for the most marginalised & vulnerable in our society”. Or words to that effect.

There’s also one trying to sneak commercial surrogacy in.

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

95% took the shots. Seem to be more waking up now, but it is so slow going.

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

They’re going on about turf here in the south. One idiot looked very pleased with herself after saying “we can’t burn turf if we’re underwater!!”. This is the height of intellectual debate on RTE these days…

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s 95% of adults here in Ireland. They did close pubs, businesses & have travel restrictions hard (2km then 10km) until the vax came along though & pushed it hard as the “way out”.

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

UK sent Boris Johnson. I know, it’s Boris, but he is Prime Minister. They even did an outdoors walkabout…

Crazy.

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Diana22 3 points ago +3 / -0

#1956 - 2018-08-28 21:17:34 (UTC+1) >>2770654 It's always been out in the open. You just have to LOOK. You MUST stay TOGETHER. TOGETHER YOU ARE STRONG. Symbolism = END. Q

https://qposts.online/post/1956

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Diana22 1 point ago +1 / -0

So if it’s not an open communications platform then bye bye section 230…

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good distinction…

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great post. One lifetime is short, it is impossible to know or learn everything so trust us essential for a functioning society of specialists.

But easily misused & abused.

The old classical education used to be the trivium (grammar, logic, rhetoric) followed by the quadrivium (maths, music, geometry, astronomy).

The trivium would lead to a good grounding of critical thinking and how to recognise means of persuasion & manipulation. The quadrivium… I find a fascinating combination, but sadly the times we live in leave less time to spend diving into that.

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Diana22 3 points ago +3 / -0

He’s a fucking cabbage. Unfortunately the rest aren’t much better.

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Diana22 1 point ago +1 / -0

Technically it’s the SRY gene, which is usually on the Y chromosome. Weirdly can sometimes be translocated to the X chromosome, so an XX (with SRY) genuine man.

Those & other exceptions to typical development do exist (X0, XXY…), but yes, the gender agenda is using them as strawmen.

People are either men or women. There are no human hermaphrodites. There are some women who done have non typical genitourinary anatomy. They are still women. The men are still men.

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Diana22 4 points ago +4 / -0

Totally agree. Most doctors I know are true believers, all vaccinated & have vaccinated their kids. I’ve left circles of friends because they are deaf.

Medicine is… very authoritarian at heart. Seniority is serious. Then there is being a good boy or girl to match for a residency. For fellowships. For research funding.

Then add to all that the few 100k in student loans to be paid off.

Then the hours. Keep em working >80, >90 heck over >120 hours a week every now and then & they’re too tired to do anything other than follow accepted treatment guidelines. No energy or critical thinking for independent research or digs.

Then health insurers… not present in all countries but afaik in the US even if a doc is following treatment protocols they need to get the health insurance company to “approve” it. Bureaucracy is a pain apparently.

Then the electronic medical records… designed for billing & auditing afaik and I think most doctors find them… tedious.

Medicine these days… I believe most doctors are as hoodwinked as normies. But they have a responsibility to do due diligence. Primum non nocere. I empathise but they have neglected those responsibilities.

Ben Goldacres books are a good read. I also think of the Noam Chomsky / Andrew Marr interview. People with the right views (or easily manipulated) get advancement more easily. https://youtu.be/lLcpcytUnWU

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

The music… I thought you meant music in your head? Not a recording or external, for me it just starts as an note or two, then if I listen & relax/focus can get more complex?

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Diana22 3 points ago +3 / -0

Great analysis. And yes, it was a great storyline. Brotherhood in Skyrim was a let down in comparison… don’t think I finished it, just got too dark!

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Diana22 4 points ago +4 / -0

I literally do scream in the house from time to time. Plus hit the fridge :( Frustration.

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Diana22 4 points ago +4 / -0

Totally. Virtually all my friends & family are true believers still. I have maybe two friends & one cousin (who I hadn’t spoken to for years before this) who I can talk to about stuff. I’ve made some new connections or friends to share info with, but it’s not the same.

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Diana22 2 points ago +2 / -0

You used to be able to do the home tests for free (UK / Ireland in the late 1980s). They’d send out a pack, you do it in <30 minutes, then post it back. They’d send you back the results. Not supervised or anything, but free (just paid postage) & yes by Mensa headquarters in the UK.

The real test cost money so no, never did it. Was just curious & did two home tests spaced 18 months apart. 3 points difference between them.

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