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HereComesTrouble 3 points ago +3 / -0

Maybe he should hit himself in the head with a sledgehammer. You know, to see if it makes him smarter. You never know till you try.

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HereComesTrouble 1 point ago +1 / -0

Most of them don't pay the $30/hour that they said forklift driving does, though. And to make as much as I make right now, I'd have to work 18 hours a day at a typical manual labor job. But I could live off $30/hour. Plus, driving a forklift would be a blast. Always wanted to drive a backhoe, too. My husband laughs at me for it, lol.

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HereComesTrouble 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh, it affected my self-esteem as well, but I've got too much fight in me to let crap like that go. And bullies turn me into a rabid she-wolf.

So while I was self-doubting my choice in clothes, hair, body, height, and overall appearance thanks to their BS (never my intelligence because I knew I was smarter than all of them put together, though that's not saying much...), I wasn't about to take it lying down. I learned at a young age that getting pissed and getting even are better than crying. Probably because my parents and older brother made fun of me when I cried, so I learned to control that emotion and feed the anger, instead.

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HereComesTrouble 5 points ago +5 / -0

Girls in school are the absolute worst. When I was in high school (oh so many years ago), my mother complained that I had never had female friends all throughout school (I had a handful, if that). I finally told her the reason: girls are backstabbing, shallow, evil psycho bitches who try to screw with your head to put you down and make themselves feel better.

I found the only way to survive high school was to get as much dirt on the girls in school as I could from my male friends, of which I had many, and if a girl fucked with me, make it clear I could destroy her ass, be it with her friends, boyfriend, parents, whatever. Granted, I had more than one bitch try to start a physical fight with me because she didn't like me talking to her bf, but that stopped pretty quickly and then most girls in school were afraid to talk to me. Suited me just fine.

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HereComesTrouble 6 points ago +6 / -0

For real. I'd love to get paid to do something other than sit on my ass all day.

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HereComesTrouble 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm in the same boat as you and posted something similar. Hopefully, someone around here has gotten out of it and can offer some advice.

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HereComesTrouble 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks. I may try reposting tomorrow to see if I can catch anyone who put in an exemption for the flu shots. It's just ridiculous that I have to put one in at all, especially considering I'll still be working remotely when I'm a FTE.

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HereComesTrouble 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks, I appreciate it. I'm sorry you didn't have success with your request for exemption, and that you had issues with the shot. I just don't trust the things--the last vaccine I had was tetanus, and that was a very long time ago.

I'm definitely not getting it. When I put in my application for the job, the flu shot was not a requirement. My start date is soon and all of a sudden, it's required, in addition to the death jab. I told them before I ever accepted the job that I wasn't getting the COVID jab, and I meant it. And I'm not getting the flu shot either.

My husband and I talked about it and neither of us will get it, even if it means losing our jobs.

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HereComesTrouble 5 points ago +5 / -0

As well it should be. The kids/adults doing this because it's "cool" and a fad are idiots who need a good blanket party to get them to see sense. The ones doing it because they honestly believe it are in desperate need of psychiatric help instead of having their psychoses fed and nurtured.

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HereComesTrouble 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you ever watched Game of Thrones, a live replay of what Sansa did to Ramsay would be perfect. Even if it would be over too quickly. The SOB needs to suffer for a very long time.

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HereComesTrouble 4 points ago +4 / -0

Fuck the alphabet agency pricks, they're useless, anyway. What Fauci has done, in its totality, amounts to a war crime. The fucker needs to be put in gitmo. They can let the prisoners there ass rape him to death.

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HereComesTrouble 1 point ago +1 / -0

Translation: "We are your gods, and we never wanted the middle class, because they have enough to be comfortable and independent. We only want slaves, with us owning everything and all of you pissants unable to so much as breathe without our permission."

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HereComesTrouble 5 points ago +5 / -0

Stocking up in case other places go the same way as Amazon with their BS about not selling it. Plus, I'm buying for me, my husband, my mom, and my two aunts.

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HereComesTrouble 8 points ago +8 / -0

For those taking Quercitin: do you know of any brand other than Thorne that sells the phytosome version? I had gotten that for my husband and I, and found it actually works better than just Quercitin (went back to sinus attacks from hell on the regular kind).

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HereComesTrouble 3 points ago +3 / -0

I just did the same thing. Hope I get it! I've had nothing but trouble trying to get it from other online pharmacies.

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HereComesTrouble 2 points ago +2 / -0

Given the number of people murdered by the hospitals now, I'm surprised there hasn't been a class action against the AMA as a whole, since they push this deadly protocol on everyone. The fact is, everyone knows what the remdesivir does now, and that it is a death sentence. The people who have family who have died because of it need to tear the whole fucking corrupt system down around their ears.

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HereComesTrouble 2 points ago +2 / -0

What is this thing going to do about it? Beat someone up with its pacifier?

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HereComesTrouble 8 points ago +8 / -0

I cannot believe the amount of morons I still see wearing masks in stores -- about 90% of people, in the southern purple state where I live. They look like mindless robots and it is terrifying.

I wonder if you're in the same southern purple state I'm in, because I see the same. Worse, over the weekend, when we were visiting my mom, she and I went to the grocery store and there was this Karen pushing her kid around in a cart. Kid couldn't have been over 4, and she had him masked. He looked at my mom (who was wearing a mask, because she's over 80 and thinks it's safer) and was fine. Took one look at me with no mask on, said "mask" and practically crawled out of the cart onto his mother because he was afraid. This generation of kids is going to grow up afraid of anyone not wearing a face diaper, if we don't stop this madness. Assuming they survive the death jab and living 24/7 with reduced oxygen intake, anyway.

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HereComesTrouble 4 points ago +4 / -0

Exactly. Weak individuals are always looking for something to be offended about because they've been coddled their entire lives. No one was allowed to insult them because "it might damage their self-esteem." My niece and nephew grew up during that entire mindset (read: snowflake millennials), where it was more important for kids to feel good about themselves than it was for them to actually earn respect via achievement.

Basically, kids not being exposed to people who call them retarded fags when they act like retarded fags (since kids aren't allowed to do this either) has caused entire generations to grow up being oversensitive weenies who can't handle anyone saying something they don't like. So yes, learning to deal with negativity is a necessity in life. As is learning to deal with people who call you names because they don't like what you say or think. i mean, really, how the hell do you think the leftist pigs have been able to manipulate so many simply by threatening to call them bigots/racists/insert other "horrible" term? If these spineless shits had been raised like my parents raised me, they'd see it for the manipulative bullshit it really is and tell said leftists to go fuck themselves.

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HereComesTrouble 1 point ago +1 / -0

But I still prefer the 4chan format, where you're encouraged to post images to convey your opinion better.

Ditto, until the glowies start posting murder porn to drive the worthwhile posts down the board, anyway. I love 4chan. <3

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HereComesTrouble 4 points ago +4 / -0

Why do we even have to ask these questions? Anyone who wants more government oversight on anything is the enemy, at this point. Regulations need to be removed, not added. And the last damned thing we need is another alphabet agency with more fucking power.

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HereComesTrouble 3 points ago +3 / -0

I work for a mega-corp hospital that pretty much owns the shithole city where I live, and medical exemptions aren't even considered. Only religious exemptions, and those are being scrutinized hard. They couldn't give less of a shit if you have severe allergies or heart problems or anything else. They seem to have the attitude that, if they murder you, they murder you. Of course, they worship St. Fauci and even invited him to speak at the associated university, so that's expected.

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HereComesTrouble 1 point ago +1 / -0

Short answer? I don't know if it works overseas, but I have become quite acquainted with the law here in the US. I don't see why it wouldn't apply elsewhere.

A cut and paste from one of the sources I used in my letter:

The EEOC and courts have consistently found that Title VII defines religion very broadly to include not only traditional, organized religions such as Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism, but also religious beliefs that are new, uncommon, not part of a formal church or sect, only subscribed to by a small number of people, or that seem illogical or unreasonable to others. Moreover, an employee’s belief or practice can be treated as “religious” under Title VII even if the employee is affiliated with a religious group that does not espouse or recognize that individual’s belief or practice, or if few — or no — other people adhere to it.

Importantly, while social, political, or economic philosophies, as well as mere personal preferences, are not “religious” beliefs protected by Title VII, the EEOC and some courts have taken the position that certain non-theistic moral or ethical beliefs may qualify as “religious,” provided they are sincerely held with the strength of traditional religious views. For instance, at least one court has declined to dismiss a Title VII religious accommodation claim brought by a vegan who refused to comply with her employer’s mandatory flu vaccine policy on the grounds that the vaccine contained and/or was produced using animal by-products. On the other hand, it does not appear that any court to date has extended such protection to those who adhere to the growing anti-vaccination movement.

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