Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol yep I've been having sex with men my whole life and never noticed. You sure got me bro.

Th4rd_R3ich 8 points ago +8 / -0

Ah takes me back to military school runs at 530am and following the cadence and chant of our lt Col as as jogged, "c-130 rolling down the strip! Airborne daddy gonna take a little trip! Sound off! 1...2.... Sound off! 3... 4...."

Thank you for your service, sir. At least it made you a better man than most o7

Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

Okay then by your logic men should also have the right to "abort", financial responsibility in the event the mother wants to keep and raise the child. Abolish child support, I'm sure you're with me right!?

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Birth control has never failed me once. But that's why you need to stack multiple kinds on top of each other.

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Agreed, but a developing fetus stops being your body.

Th4rd_R3ich 4 points ago +4 / -0

The fucking Ukraine bio flags really trigger me. 😂 it's like holy shit how fucking blissfully unaware of your own virtue signaling can you possibly be?

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ah I see what you mean. Yes that does appear to be a conflict of interest in Sussmans case.

Nonetheless, wouldn't this be just one string amongst the full web that Durham is ensnaring these rats in?

Also what would this judge be able to do in favor of Sussman despite an overwhelming amount of incriminating evidence and a jury ruling guilty? I'm sure he could only do so much without engaging in dereliction of duty.

Th4rd_R3ich 5 points ago +6 / -1

Precisely. And if it wasn't a life, we wouldn't have baby showers.

A developing fetus is just an earlier stage of growth. The same way a 2 year old is just a younger version of that person at 20 years old.

That being said, with the extraordinary advances in contraception available for those looking to be absolutely certain they don't get pregnant after having sex outside of marriage, there's really no excuse for terminating an unwanted pregnancy and it's just a lack of wanting to take responsibility.

Even the dumbest hot girl I've ever slept with was smart enough to pay the couple thousand dollars to receive the 100% effective birth control arm implant that lasted for at least 5 years at a time from what I recall she told me.

Sure money is a barrier to entry, but meaningless sex is not a right, it's a luxury. You will not die from not having meaningless sex. I've gone for over two years now on my latest dry spell, but it doesn't bother me.

I've had so much meaningless sex from 19 to 25 that it really does make you appreciate how much better it is to just be patient and take the time to find a partner you actually have a spiritual connection with.

Not saying I'd pass up the opportunity again if it came by, but I'm also not going to lower my standards as far as necessary because I dont want to keep it in my pants for longer than a few weeks at a time.

My rule of thumb is, "if you can't brag about how cool she was, a few years from now, you should pass".

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Which commie judge? And why would that create cause for Durham to be the one to need to recuse himself?

It would be the commie judge who would need recusing.

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

A) you're lumping each individual who disagrees with you on any level in the same group that thinks it was a 100% death sentence

B) you seem to have a preconceived bias and self interest in defending hospital protocols and treatment. I wouldn't be surprised if you worked in health-care yourself.

These Rockefeller controlled medical institutions are not stupid. On the contrary in fact. They are well aware that they cannot simply throw caution to the wind and greenlight such recklessly dangerous treatment protocols with flagrant scientific documentation demonstrating it does more harm than good.

However, this is exactly why these government institutions (that direct the protocols set by hospital boards) follow the same modus operandi that the various mainstream media channels and news publications use to push their false narratives.

They utilize framing devices to misdirect readers as well as "lying by omission", in which they purposefully leave out important facts and context in order to redirect people to reach false conclusions of safety

And the ultimate end goal of all this clever manipulation is to achieve their ulterior evil objectives and to maintain one thing. Plausible deniability.

Flash back to the interview Tucker had with Tony Bobulinski regarding the corrupt overseas business dealings he was witnessing the Biden family get into. When Bobulinski asked Joe Biden, "how do you intend to get away with all of this?" What was the response Joe gave?

Two words. Plausible Deniability.

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0


"As described in previous case reports (Grein et al., 2020, Kujawski et al., 2020), four of the five patients experienced major side effects while on remdesivir treatment: two suffered acute renal injury and two had a maculopapular rash with cytolytic hepatitis.

Both kidney failure events could have been related either to remdesivir or to the SARS-CoV-2 infection. None of these patients received immunomodulatory drugs. Grein et al. (2020) described 53 COVID-19 patients treated with remdesivir, among whom 30 were on mechanical ventilation. After a median follow-up of 18 days after remdesivir initiation, a total of 25 (47%) were discharged; seven (13%) died and 10 were still on invasive mechanical ventilation. No virological data were available in that report."

Here's another.

Th4rd_R3ich 0 points ago +1 / -1

Imagine arguing with yourself and then declaring yourself the winner when no one has responded within your arbitrary timeline.


"Remdesivir use was not associated with a difference in time to clinical improvement (hazard ratio 1·23 [95% CI 0·87–1·75]). Although not statistically significant, patients receiving remdesivir had a numerically faster time to clinical improvement than those receiving placebo among patients with symptom duration of 10 days or less (hazard ratio 1·52 [0·95–2·43]). Adverse events were reported in 102 (66%) of 155 remdesivir recipients versus 50 (64%) of 78 placebo recipients. Remdesivir was stopped early because of adverse events in 18 (12%) patients versus four (5%) patients who stopped placebo early."

Here's one for you buddy boy.

Th4rd_R3ich 18 points ago +18 / -0

Now think about how easy it would be for them to suppress the prevalency of vaccine adverse events and miscarriages.

Just suspend all the real people sharing their experiences and program the bots to all call them liars and anti vaxxers.

Sounds like a genius way to hide evidence of a government sanctioned depopulation scheme. Evil. But genius.

Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

One of the dumbest hot chicks I ever slept with was still smart enough to pay the couple thousand dollars to receive the birth control arm implant that was 100% effective for at least 5 years at a time from what she told me.

Sure money is a barrier to entry for women who want to have sex without consequences, but what do you think that is, a human right?

Nope. It's a privilege. And privileges have always been reserved for those with the most resources in our society. The exact same concept would take place if this hypothetical technology you referenced would be made manifest one day.

Only those with extra resources would have access to it. That's just how the world works my friend. Hopefully you can at least agree that my logic is sound.

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