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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

I do have some vitamin D that I use intermittently. Thanks.

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JoyousMischief 3 points ago +3 / -0

For the first 2-3 days after getting the jab, I was bed ridden and felt terrible. I had such bad heart pain that I had to fall off of work on Monday because I had such heart pain that I got no sleep, despite having gotten the jab on Friday. I was worried I was going to die the whole time, while my parents were sure that it was nothing and still think any long term heart pain can't be connected to the experimental jab. Since then, I got some ivermectin a couple weeks later and it helped stop the intermittent heart pain that I still had after the first few days. If I don't have regular doses of ivermectin, what I notice most now is that wearing a mask for class (because fucking commies) almost always causes a headache and sometimes causes heart pain. I have no clue what this shit is doing long term but I just hope that the ivermectin keeps me alive long enough for the white hats to maybe have an answer.

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JoyousMischief 7 points ago +7 / -0

Ivermectin has been working for me for the JandJ vaccine side effects that I can notice thus far. I take a dose based on my weight every 3 days and it keeps the heart pain away.

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JoyousMischief 14 points ago +14 / -0

I’m in college right now. I have enough water for maybe a week or two (assuming I don’t share with roommates lol which would be quite the moral conundrum) but if the shortages last more than a week I doubt I can rely on the meal halls. Basically, urban settings are going to get absolutely fucked by this. Still, widespread food shortages would at least indicate that things are finally going down, because either the cabal starves us or the white hats act.

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JoyousMischief 1 point ago +2 / -1

I’m not arguing about if the vaccine works or not. In fact, I’m quite sure that is doesn’t. Kindly read the original comment; my point was that saying the unvaccinated won’t be able to be cared for if the hospitals are overwhelmed does not imply that the people in the hospitals currently are vaccinated.

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JoyousMischief 3 points ago +5 / -2

Let me mold that sentence a bit so that you might see the flaw in this question. “If we run out of capacity for patients, we may not be able to treat any more patients that might arrive.” The statement that you are running out of patients and thus might not be able to treat unvaxxed patients does not actually imply that your current patient pool is majority or any level of vaxxed. It just says you are running low on capacity and are trying to push unvaxxed as the primary patient base that will cause capacity problems later. Now those claims are bullshit, but the sentence does not imply what you think it does.

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JoyousMischief 1 point ago +1 / -0

Given current coomer culture, the hornier ones will clearly have the advantage, although the rest are closely tailing them.

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JoyousMischief 12 points ago +12 / -0

Ivermectin is easily accessed without a prescription. That is why it is all the rage, because it bypasses the big pharma blockade.

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JoyousMischief 3 points ago +3 / -0

I remember in a basic cognitions course they taught us about how when the emotional parts of your brain are active, the rational tend to be less active and vice versa. All of this is well established, and yet they hope we never figure out the trick when they start playing the sad piano music during their propaganda and all the usual brainwashing.

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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

My dad straight up says that “The US economy can’t fail.” I don’t understand these people.

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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

To be fair, even if Covid tests existed, much of India wouldn’t have the infrastructure to actually test people. Numbers are obviously bullshit, but if people were actually dying in high numbers in India, we wouldn’t have the real data.

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JoyousMischief 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the plan was for most of the west to die, then the white hats can go fuck themselves. A scare tactic to wake up normies is one thing, but if Q is in control, there can’t be millions of dead men, women, and children. Think about how many millions of people under 18 have been vaccinated and then tell me how them dying makes any fucking sense if the good guys are winning this.

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JoyousMischief 7 points ago +7 / -0

Time for the shitlords to get to work lol. Imagine if a bunch of crazy Qanon right wing radicals brought home any Americans at all. Both massive moral and PR win.

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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

Only thing I could think of is that the hours are 1619, which is year that commies like to push as the start of US and bludgeon us with slavery. Maybe random, but that's the only thing that comes to mind.

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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

Blaming the culprits is somehow unacceptable I guess.

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JoyousMischief 38 points ago +38 / -0

Give up the capital and then send soldiers back in. Something about this seems ass backwards...

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JoyousMischief 1 point ago +1 / -0

To all the people saying the Taliban is based or whatever the fuck that argument is, see this and know they will always hate you. Maybe they are a tool for some purpose, but this faction is Islamist dogs.

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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

In regards to people thinking he is surprised by this, all of this shit is scripted. These people clap when they are told to clap and so he is almost certainly pretending to be surprised to limit the damage he takes from this move.

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JoyousMischief 51 points ago +51 / -0

When the PR people fuck off in the middle of a PR nightmare, that’s how you know the ship is sinking. Otherwise, they would be right in the thick of things trying to turn the tide of public opinion.

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JoyousMischief 3 points ago +3 / -0

My mom used the classic line “keep your head down.” It’s sad how unamerican we are being made.

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JoyousMischief 2 points ago +2 / -0

That seems like a pretty reasonable point, since we know what these companies tend to mean when they say something like “non-MAGA” or “anti-radical.” They usually just mean they want anybody who is left of Romney.

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JoyousMischief 5 points ago +5 / -0

Between Parler vs Gab or Bongino vs Torba, it seems pretty clear which actually supports liberty and free expression. Any other consideration for a social media leader is so far behind it’s barely worth counting.

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