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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

No offense to you honestly but this is absurd and factually wrong - "sucking it out within half an hour"? Anyone who told you that is a straight up scammer preying on the ignorant. You know how fast the blood stream goes? Fast enough that a drug injected into your arm reaches the brain (or any other body part) within seconds (though it takes a little more time to work any changes then). Your heart is pumping up blood like crazy 24/7... it has to, otherwise your individual cells die from lack of oxygen, which they must get a continuous supply of from the blood that's coming from your lung and around your whole body then back into your lungs in just a couple seconds.

The reason venom extractor pumps (and such) exist is because venomous insects and animals such as snakes have surface-level bites, that only puncture the upper layers of your skin --- that's the one case where pumping stuff out can work, as it didn't reach your blood stream yet. But a syringe that goes in deep? Forget it.

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting but unfortunately useless in this case. Bees/Wasps, Mosquitos, Snakes, etc, their "bite" really doesn't go deep on your skin. Depending on how such an accident happens, a venom extraction pump can either work fine, or... not at all.

A vaccine from a common syringe, though? It goes in deep. That's why it hurts locally for a couple days after, because of the tiny-but-relatively-deep puncture. In this case, buying a venom extraction isn't gonna matter.

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

It can mean both

It can't. That's my point, friend. That "5:5" isn't related to "0:55" in any way shape or form, other than it looking aesthetically similar. It's an arbitrary connection. It's like saying a power outlet symbolizes a pig's nose - it doesn't, they just look similar.

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

0.5 becomes .5, 0:55 becomes 55.

...Yeah, but none of which relate to 5:5 ...right? This is my point.
".5" means "0.5" and that's one thing (common notation custom), but "5:5" doesn't relate to "0:55" in any way - it's arbitrary. This is a free for all, like when you don't know the answer to a math question and then you just shoot for / guess the number that looks the closest one to what your calculations gave you: "Mmm I got 12 but the possible answers are 10, 20, 22, and 32 so I guess I'll mark 10."... It's arbitrary, taking a random guess.
It's like saying a power outlet symbolizes a pig's nose - it doesn't, they just look similar.

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magapult 4 points ago +7 / -3

"5:5" means loud and clear, that is well-known jargon alright, which we can all agree upon.

"0:55" is another matter entirely.

My point is it doesn't make any sense to arbitrarily drop a zero then push the : sign forward just because it fits nicely and conveniently with a timecode.
5:5 really is "loud and clear", whereas 0:55 really is just an arbitrary and random time mark.

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

Scavino or Trump (...) the public actions

But why Scavino and not exclusively Trump? And why public action and not the military?

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think they're designed to emphasize a small crowd of rabid leftist / anti-capitalist commie sympathizers as being representative of the overall opinions of America and the world

Honestly I think you're lacking perspective.

The woes of the US elections, and the ensuing audits (that have always happened every single election by the way - this isn't new) are little more than white noise across social media and main media. This is a fact. This isn't even exclusive to the US, actually. A bunch of irregularities are found on every paper ballot election... votes that weren't tallied for reasons, votes that got lost in the mail, etc yadda yadda. Maybe you're new to this, I don't know. I vividly remember a lot of controversy from the Bush (son) election for instance, I remember a couple thousand votes (pro-Al Gore) that were "forgotten" on a Florida classroom or something to that effect and weren't tallied. Audit officials were like "Yeah that's a problem", shrugged their shoulders and the (already certified) election result wasn't changed.
By the way I'm not saying "Al Gore should have won" - far from that, the fact of the matter is with a system as big as this, it's bound to have irregularities in the grand scheme of things, and they did happen (some helped Bush, some helped Al Gore). The point is It's a big country, it's a big and convoluted voting system (every state does its own thing sometimes), there's several different ways to vote, and stuff is bound to get weird at the micro level, while at the macro level it evens out.
So there's some perspective.

I'm not confronting you about anything by the way, just throwing my two cents about perspective here for you - that all this stuff is still barely white noise... elections have always faced these problems.

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

That has been the case and shown repeatedly for several years now but today, CRICKETS

And that's because of what I said. Most of them have no fucks to give about an US election audit, and wouldn't even know where Arizona is on a US map. Surely you can understand this? Any talk of Trump or US elections simply isn't on their radar. A relevant portion are americans for sure (and are interesting in this), but even still - assuming they care about the audit is a tall order.

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magapult 3 points ago +3 / -0

and the top 25 on r/all would have every other post be about it.

That's a mega reach. Most of Reddit doesn't even know there's an audit going on lmao...
You think all of Reddit are militant left-leaning americans? It's an international audience. 99% of them wouldn't be able to point Maricopa on a map.

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think he is very aware... not of "how important he is", but of how much people look up to him. I don't think he wants to be entangled with the movement though, he doesn't want to be accountable for what people say or think. He likely enjoys the attention and legitimacy it gives him, and enjoys that it's a big public outlet for what he has to say, his opinions. That is all to say, if he can cleanly get something out of it, he will, for as long as able - but could stop as soon as false flags / violence begins.
I get the feeling He used to stand up for it and with it, but now is using it as opportunity.

That's all just my opinion ofc

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magapult 3 points ago +3 / -0

Is there any evidence that the military responds to Mike Flynn as if he still carries authority?

None at all. I mean, that's how militaries work. Retired generals and such still command the RESPECT of soldiers and the military, but they don't receive nor give out orders anymore. They can't tell any ranking officials what to do or how to do it. They still carry respect and reverence though, for their service.
I don't understand how it's so hard for people to understand this. People who think Flynn is giving / will give orders must have never served in the military (any at all) so they don't know how the actual hierarchy works.

Anyway, he can still be a head for the movement. People can still look up to him for talking points and guidance and whatnot (as with any other public figure).

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

(copying from another comment) Both the hair bangs and big teeth are very obviously photoshopped. It's only slightly masked by the very poor resolution

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

both the hair bangs and big teeth are very obviously photoshopped. It's only slightly masked by the very poor resolution

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magapult 0 points ago +1 / -1

It is available in generic form, yes. That's not the one most people are buying though - they're buying Merck's Ivermectin.

Being available as generic doesn't mean Merck isn't getting money from it. What it means is people have the option of buying the generic version (not Merck's), besides the Merck version which is the most commonly sold.

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ivermectin is made and sold by big pharma (Merck) too...

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ivermectin is also made by "big pharma" - Merck - and I bet they're loving all of this right now.

People fight against the vaccine (ok by me) because it's big pharma... but then turn around and rush to buy Ivermectin, which is also big pharma

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

some were foolish enough to do so.

I assume you mean Ashli Babbit? If so I can see what you mean.
I say this because I remember people were theorizing she could've been an antifa in disguise - or that she never existed at all. Which sounded like big bs to me honestly.
But now that you mention it, she could have been foolish to blindly follow directions at the scene.

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magapult 4 points ago +4 / -0

What do you say to our fellow patriots who are taking sheep dewormer ivermectin - made by big pharma Merck - to fight the fake virus?

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

those poor bastards on January 6

What do you mean? I thought our autists people made it clear they were antifa?

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

But whose plan?

God's plan.

Do you think the families of the 13 marines killed in Kabul will be happy that their sons died because everything is going according to plan?

Everything goes according to His plan. It has never been any other way, and this is something we know. Our belief in His plan can falter at times (we sin and no one's perfect but God), but deep inside a good christian knows it's what it is. The families of those 13 soldiers should know that they died for His plan - and that they're know resting by His side.

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magapult 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's the best pepe I've seen this month! That's how we win. Spread it around.

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magapult 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah it's something we should be doing once in a while - regardless of Covid. I'll be starting this sunday with the treatment. If in two weeks I see no worms, then I'm all the better for it, and I'll stop (unless I get Covid)

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magapult 1 point ago +1 / -0

You mean Biden could be helping the Taliban fight agains the CIA??

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