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Check this : someone tweeted to check on him shortly before he was found dead. https://gab.com/JoeyCamp2020/posts/107595460838183278
Not in my experience. Most i know are complete write-offs- including most of my family and friends. I'm rural, though near the capital, and it's a shitshow here.
It's** even more hilarious because the image of him right below that links to more about him clearly says assosciate
I too recently lost a friend to "covid". Haven't been able to confirm he had the vax, but spent a couple of weeks caring for his parents who had it. He then tested positive a few weeks later and was suddenly gone. Late thirties. No other explanation in my mind than the vax.
Likely just repackage it as LOTR themed memorabilia, given that she's an Uruk-hai.
Credit to Salty Cracker - (pre-cancellation video)
Sanity is very rare here.
I think that a better way to approach waking people, rather than tell them that they're being controlled, is to challenge them on their hubris.
It's baffling to me that they feel that they are better than everyone else throughout history. There are clear examples that most people can easily accept of government manipulation without calling in to question their intelligence. If we point this out, and get them to see that each example would have taken place at what was the most advanced and educated period that had existed to that point, perhaps they will see their folly.
Most people would accept a challenge to their pride over their intelligence any day.
No handshake on you. I'm not certain what the timeframe is.
There's a handshake beside the username that indicates it's a new account.
That's the point though. They don't want personal responsibility. You have to keep them safe.
This is framed poorly. It's telling them not to dispose of unused vaccines that reach their expiration time. Basically saying it's okay to do what a doctor in Texas was fired for by using the unclaimed ones on people he could find.
Don't waste them if you can't meet the diversity quotas.
I found it easier to deal with by picturing Homer Simpson flicking the lights on and off each time.