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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:08:21am

The pro-disease mob has been reduced to its indivisible core of reason-rejecting suicide troops. They will have to be shoved, pushed and perhaps blasted out of the way for this to succeed. No more appeals to sweet reason or even self interest. You might as well try reasoning with a pack of hyenas who want your fresh carcass for lunch.

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darthstar  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:11:23am

President Biden is kicking ass and naming names.

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ckkatz  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:13:21am

Frum noticed this as well:

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Charles Johnson  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:14:16am
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lawhawk  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:24:05am

The GOP have sided with covid19 and against public health and safety.

The GOP have sided with antivaxxers and against life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness (because you can’t pursue any of those when you’re dying in an ICU hooked up to machines that make you breathe because you can’t do it yourself thanks to covid).

The GOP aren’t pro life, and they’ve removed all doubt by siding with antivaxxers and claiming that they’ll fight Biden’s vaccination mandates/requirements.

The GOP will ignore the facts and the laws, which include explicit vaccination mandates for other communicable diseases that are far less dangerous at the moment than covid.

For instance, Utah’s idiot governor claims that he’s going to take action against Biden’s vaccination mandates, all while Utah itself mandates vaccinations for all students entering K-12, the University of Utah mandates vaccinations to attend, etc. Every state has vaccination requirements for students. Covid is just one more.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:25:08am

re: #5 lawhawk

It’s the fucked up political climate we’re living in (Thanks Fox News!). That’s the only explanation as to why THIS particular vaccine is causing such a ruckus.

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:26:44am

re: #6 Eclectic Cyborg

It’s the fucked up political climate we’re living in (Thanks Fox News!). That’s the only explanation as to why THIS particular vaccine is causing such a ruckus.

We all know damn well that if Trump was still President, he would be pushing this vaccine super hard, and states would be happy to mandate it. The vaccine itself is still the same substance; the only thing different would be the party in power. There is literally no reason to oppose the vaccine unless your only goal is to fuck with the Democratic administration.

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IngisKahn  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:27:14am

Ghost - “Enter Sandman” from The Metallica Blacklist
Ghost - “Enter Sandman” from The Metallica Blacklist

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:30:20am

re: #7 Dopamine Fish

Ehhh, I’m not confident he’d be pushing vaccines that hard.

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Belafon  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:32:42am

re: #7 Dopamine Fish

We all know damn well that if Trump was still President, he would be pushing this vaccine super hard, and states would be happy to mandate it. The vaccine itself is still the same substance; the only thing different would be the party in power. There is literally no reason to oppose the vaccine unless your only goal is to fuck with the Democratic administration.

Actually, he wouldn’t and they wouldn’t. Liberal states would be scrambling to get their hands on the vaccine, and therefore Trump would declare it a liberal hoax, all while using FEMA to confiscate any vaccines acquired by those states. He would then send it to Florida, Missouri, and Texas, where it would go to waste in the rural areas that are receiving ten times the amount of vaccine they need.

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b.d. (You lost, we didn't cheat, you lost)  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:35:48am

re: #5 lawhawk

The GOP have sided with covid19 and against public health and safety.

The GOP have sided with antivaxxers and against life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness (because you can’t pursue any of those when you’re dying in an ICU hooked up to machines that make you breathe because you can’t do it yourself thanks to covid).

The GOP aren’t pro life, and they’ve removed all doubt by siding with antivaxxers and claiming that they’ll fight Biden’s vaccination mandates/requirements.

The GOP will ignore the facts and the laws, which include explicit vaccination mandates for other communicable diseases that are far less dangerous at the moment than covid.

For instance, Utah’s idiot governor claims that he’s going to take action against Biden’s vaccination mandates, all while Utah itself mandates vaccinations for all students entering K-12, the University of Utah mandates vaccinations to attend, etc. Every state has vaccination requirements for students. Covid is just one more.

I’m done with that lot. I am ready for Biden to come out and DEMAND that every American breathe oxygen just to get rid of a bunch of them.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:38:50am

After a post denouncing Biden as a tyrant and accusing those of us who called TFG a tyrant of hypocrisy, my Trumpster FB friend now a new post: claiming Biden’s speech was a distraction from Afghanistan. Is this a new thing from Noisemax or did she come up with it on her own?

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retired cynic  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:39:47am

I heard a talking head on NPR yesterday after this speech say that those who have been totally opposed to Biden (and common sense) were not even listening. Biden was talking to HIS base.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:47:07am

re: #11 b.d. (GOP-Shut up, get the jab & shut up again)

I’m done with that lot. I am ready for Biden to come out and DEMAND that every American breathe oxygen just to get rid of a bunch of them.

Key and Peele did a funny skit once where Obama was purposefully proposing things Conservatives were in favor of, because he knew they would not want to be seen to agree with him on anything and so would have to publicly support the opposite (i.e. the more liberal stance) to keep their GOP cred.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:47:28am

re: #9 Eclectic Cyborg

Ehhh, I’m not confident he’d be pushing vaccines that hard.

depends on how much he had secretly invested in the pharma companies

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:51:21am

re: #9 Eclectic Cyborg

Ehhh, I’m not confident he’d be pushing vaccines that hard.

My reasoning is that he would have a vested interest in “fixing” COVID under his Presidency, thus securing his place as a national hero (and basically, in his head, letting him do whatever the fuck he wants). Notice that he stopped talking up Operation Warp Speed and the ongoing vaccine development as soon as it became obvious that he was no longer going to be President.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:53:05am

re: #7 Dopamine Fish

We all know damn well that if Trump was still President, he would be pushing this vaccine super hard, and states would be happy to mandate it. The vaccine itself is still the same substance; the only thing different would be the party in power. There is literally no reason to oppose the vaccine unless your only goal is to fuck with the Democratic administration.

Maybe, but he recently tried to save the maniacs who provide his narcissistic supply, and had to switch to derping about free-dumb, really epic stupidity, to get them cheering again.

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lawhawk  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:53:12am
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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:53:57am

re: #15 Backwoods_Sleuth

depends on how much he had secretly invested in the pharma companies

Touche.

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Jay C  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:54:17am

re: #13 retired cynic

I heard a talking head on NPR yesterday after this speech say that those who have been totally opposed to Biden (and common sense) were not even listening. Biden was talking to HIS base.

This is likely (and quite unfortunately) true: As with David Frum’s Tweet above, while the anti-vacc/COVID-denial position may be an “unpopular” stance with the public as a whole, the puerile oppositional defiance to - well, reality - is insanely popular with a large-enough minority bloc to make it a serious issue wrt to dealing with the pandemic. Which, of course, affects everybody.

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Citizen K  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:55:39am

From Downstairs:

re: #318 Belafon

This song has its own en.wikipedia.org page:

So Dave has just always been into disco, he just knew what paid the bills.

Dave hasn’t really hidden it, and has been pretty damn open about his influences from what I know.

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Jay C  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:57:07am

re: #15 Backwoods_Sleuth

depends on how much he had secretly invested in the pharma companies

Jared and Ivanka would have probably invested it all in Theranos…..

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Belafon  Sep 10, 2021 • 10:57:35am

re: #13 retired cynic

I heard a talking head on NPR yesterday after this speech say that those who have been totally opposed to Biden (and common sense) were not even listening. Biden was talking to HIS base.

Biden was talking to everyone because he would like the pandemic to end. Those who know the pandemic exists heard his message because they also want it to end.

That’s a fundamental difference between Biden and Obama, and Bush and Trump. Democrat presidents are presidents to the whole country. Republican presidents are presidents to 45% of the country.

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Romantic Heretic  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:01:08am

re: #3 ckkatz

I remember when David Frum was a wingnut. Has the Overton Window moved that much?

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:02:52am

re: #24 Romantic Heretic

I remember when David Frum was a wingnut. Has the Overton Window moved that much?

Not really. We’re just at the point where we have slightly different levels of wingnuts, mainly Trump humpers and non-Trump humping Conservatives who are still terrible people.

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Rightwingconspirator  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:06:26am

re: #24 Romantic Heretic

I remember when David Frum was a wingnut. Has the Overton Window moved that much?

The Overton “window” now looks like stained glass. Ya got the Q guys, the hard-core anti gov guys, the Trump GOP guys. And the “establishment” guys, that only recently started needing quotes around the word.

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Romantic Heretic  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:06:55am

re: #25 Eclectic Cyborg

Yeah.

The weird thing about Frum though is that his mother was a major liberal media figure up here in Canada. I guess being born in privilege kept him from becoming the same.

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:09:30am

re: #27 Romantic Heretic

Yes, I remember watching Barbara Frum interview celebrities and politicians on the CBC. She appeared to be a nice person. Kind of shocked that her son is so rightwing although I’ve read that Susan Rice’s son is also a Rightwinger.

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ckkatz  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:09:53am

re: #24 Romantic Heretic

My take is that he, and a number of other conservatives abandoned the Republican Party when it became both a personality cult and an authoritarian party. What caught my eye was his tweet back in 2017 that a large group of his colleagues, if given a choice between abandoning their values or rejecting democracy, would reject democracy.

I may not agree with his policy choices, and reject a number outright. But I do agree with his choice to place democracy as the priority value.

This, to me, goes directly to the central value in life, the Golden Rule. A value that is rejected by many in the GOP right now. (And which is pointed out in various restatements, such as “Laws bind thee and protect me”.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:09:53am

re: #25 Eclectic Cyborg

Not really. We’re just at the point where we have slightly different levels of wingnuts, mainly Trump humpers and non-Trump humping Conservatives who are still terrible people.

Wasn’t David Frum more of a neocon — you know in John Bolton mold — who didn’t really support (or maybe care about) GOP domestic issues but was eager to spread democracy elsewhere? So neither Trump nor Biden would be good in FP terms, but he would be opposed to the Trump domestic agenda and very opposed to the Trump attacks on democracy.

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Dave In Austin  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:15:45am

Wen you even have David French and the Doughy Pant-load.

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ckkatz  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:17:18am

re: #30 Hecuba’s daughter

Wasn’t David Frum more of a neocon — you know in John Bolton mold — who didn’t really support (or maybe care about) GOP domestic issues but was eager to spread democracy elsewhere? So neither Trump nor Biden would be good in FP terms, but he would be opposed to the Trump domestic agenda and very opposed to the Trump attacks on democracy.

Yes, Frum made a name for himself as a Bush (The shrub) speechwriter. I have always viewed the Bush clan a a more polished and less needy (but just as greedy) version of Trump. (You do not get to be a clan of multi-billionaires by caring about anyone else.)

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Jay C  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:18:02am

re: #29 ckkatz

Minor edit:

My take is that he, and a number of other conservatives abandoned the Republican Party when it became both a personality cult and an authoritarian party. What caught my eye was his tweet back in 2017 that a large group of his colleagues, if given a choice between abandoning their values positions of political power or rejecting democracy, would reject democracy.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:18:45am

re: #22 Jay C

Jared and Ivanka would have probably invested it all in Theranos…..

because they’re the “smart ones”…

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The Pie Overlord!  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:18:49am
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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:21:52am

re: #31 Dave In Austin

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ckkatz  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:21:55am

re: #33 Jay C

Minor edit:

I believe that you are correct. Thank you for that fix. Here is the quote:

“If conservatives become convinced that they cannot win democratically, they will not abandon conservatism. They will reject democracy.”—David Frum

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No Malarkey!  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:22:47am
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The Pie Overlord!  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:26:04am

Tell that to Savita Halappanavar. Oh wait you can’t, because she died from sepsis before Irish doctors were allowed to perform an abortion to save her life.

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JC1  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:26:57am

re: #22 Jay C

Jared and Ivanka would have probably invested it all in Theranos…..

They probably would have smelled the BS grift from a mile away. It takes one to know one.

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William Lewis  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:27:04am

Well, I chose to delete the horrible tweet that hurt some poor Neo-Confederate’s Fee-Fees. 6 and 1/2 days of suspension left. Feh.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:29:57am

re: #32 ckkatz

Yes, Frum made a name for himself as a Bush (The shrub) speechwriter. I have always viewed the Bush clan a a more polished and less needy (but just as greedy) version of Trump. (You do not get to be a clan of multi-billionaires by caring about anyone else.)

Bush clan are millionaires, not billionaires. And there are a whole range of issues on which they differ from Trump: they are very interventionist in FP, they were pro-immigration, they were not racist or sexist, Bush got legislation to provide coverage for pharmaceuticals. When it comes to the economy and taxation and Roe v Wade, Trump and Bush would march in lockstep; on other policies, not so much.

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ckkatz  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:31:07am

re: #39 The Pie Overlord!

That’s an interesting claim of medical fact. I wonder how it relates to the official approach of his certifying organization.

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Dave In Austin  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:31:14am

Neigh!

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Jay C  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:31:26am

re: #40 JC1

They probably would have smelled the BS grift from a mile away. It takes one to know one.

Probably true, but then again, they’re a Trump and a Trump-adjacent: squeezing bucks out of BS grifts (one way or another) - and dumping the liability on somebody else is second nature to them….

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rhuarc  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:32:46am

re: #41 William Lewis

Well, I chose to delete the horrible tweet that hurt some poor Neo-Confederate’s Fee-Fees. 6 and 1/2 days of suspension left. Feh.

After my last account got banned on Twitter (I think I had 4 total banned) for going after those types of assholes I just said fuck it and haven’t created a new one. Twitter, as well as Facebook as we all know, are festering piles of flaming shit with rules made up on a day to day basis and only applied selectively.

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Belafon  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:32:57am

re: #44 Dave In Austin

Neigh!

[Embedded content]

Merck should make a commercial pointing out that they make ivermectin.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:34:19am

re: #41 William Lewis

Well, I chose to delete the horrible tweet that hurt some poor Neo-Confederate’s Fee-Fees. 6 and 1/2 days of suspension left. Feh.

I held off on accepting my timeout until this morning, but I already have full access to Twitter, which is bullshit. I want my 12 hour lockout while I’m awake!

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Belafon  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:35:34am

I have been thinking about the school board meetings, the lady coughing at people at the store, the Proud Boys, etc, and one of the things all of us nice people don’t really know is how far are we actually allowed to go to deal with these people. Can I punch the lady for coughing on me? Can we get up and block the aggressors that show up at school board meetings?

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Citizen K  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:37:11am

re: #39 The Pie Overlord!

Tell that to Savita Halappanavar. Oh wait you can’t, because she died from sepsis before Irish doctors were allowed to perform an abortion to save her life.

[Embedded content]

I suppose ectopic pregnancies are another one of those medial hoaxes, right? ///////

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Dangerman  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:38:13am

re: #13 retired cynic

I heard a talking head on NPR yesterday after this speech say that those who have been totally opposed to Biden (and common sense) were not even listening. Biden was talking to HIS base.

Biden was also talking as an employer to his staff

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No Malarkey!  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:38:18am
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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:38:34am

re: #49 Belafon

I have been thinking about the school board meetings, the lady coughing at people at the store, the Proud Boys, etc, and one of the things all of us nice people don’t really know is how far are we actually allowed to go to deal with these people. Can I punch the lady for coughing on me? Can we get up and block the aggressors that show up at school board meetings?

If you punch any lady, you are likely to cool off in a cell. Identifying these people and notifying their employers seems to work well. I’d like to use a lasso pole like those used on dangerous animals to drag them out of the school board meeting and kick the shit out of them in the parking lot, but it’s better to let exposure ruin them.

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No Malarkey!  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:40:09am

re: #13 retired cynic

I heard a talking head on NPR yesterday after this speech say that those who have been totally opposed to Biden (and common sense) were not even listening. Biden was talking to HIS base.

They don’t have to agree. They just have to comply. Or get tested weekly. Or become unemployed. He’s not fucking around with them anymore.

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Charles Johnson  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:40:13am
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rhuarc  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:41:36am

re: #49 Belafon

I have been thinking about the school board meetings, the lady coughing at people at the store, the Proud Boys, etc, and one of the things all of us nice people don’t really know is how far are we actually allowed to go to deal with these people. Can I punch the lady for coughing on me? Can we get up and block the aggressors that show up at school board meetings?

Until something like the lady purposely coughing on people in the grocery store is considered assault and/or attempted murder/manslaughter there probably isn’t much you can do as retaliation. I’ve always been of the opinion that if these fucking people love Stand Your Ground laws so much it would be a shame if someone stood their ground against their blatant assault.

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plansbandc  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:42:23am

re: #49 Belafon

If someone coughs on me, I will do everything in my power to beat the absolute living shit out of them. I’m so not kidding.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:44:31am

re: #57 plansbandc

If someone coughs on me, I will do everything in my power to beat the absolute living shit out of them. I’m so not kidding.

That’s more exposure and an assault and battery charge. Don’t do it. I can maintain six feet of social distancing if I tip my head up while kicking a downed plague rat, and I’m not going to do it.

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No Malarkey!  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:44:54am

The vaccines work. But House Moderna rules!

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Rightwingconspirator  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:46:48am

Here comes mRNA for kids.
nbcnews.com

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:48:06am

re: #60 Rightwingconspirator

Here comes mRNA for kids.
nbcnews.com

About fucking time.

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:48:47am

re: #60 Rightwingconspirator

Here comes mRNA for kids.
nbcnews.com

YESSSS! Finally, my nightmare scenario is almost over!

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Dr Lizardo  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:48:48am

My favorite snarky Canadian is back with a new cult movie review, this time, Runaway, starring Tom Selleck and Gene Simmons, a sci-fi/police procedural from 1984, written and directed by Michael Crichton.

Brandon’s Cult Movie Reviews: RUNAWAY

Runaway went on to be a staple of 1980s and early ’90s basic cable. Both Selleck and Simmons turned in good performances, though the film itself got bogged down in cliches. The film did accurately predict things like domestic robots, video mail, social media, the Internet, voice-activated computers, biometric security (retinal identification), camera drones, tablet PCs, wireless headsets, and that police officers would use semi-automatic pistols as standard sidearms (in 1984, most police officers were using revolvers).

Overall, not a bad film really - an interesting premise that could’ve been better executed and the spider robots were perhaps the most memorable thing about this flick. One of those films that could be successfully remade with the right screenplay and a solid director.

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William Lewis  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:49:55am

Ok, now this makes my mood much fucking better!

Green Day - Rock and Roll All Nite (Live from Hella Mega)

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Dangerman  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:49:58am

re: #38 No Malarkey!

[Embedded content]
Do what I say or else…” is tyrannical

tyrannical?
Bullshit
Its how enforcement of laws works

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:50:14am

re: #59 No Malarkey!

The vaccines work. But House Moderna rules!

Excellent. Getting the Moderna vaccine had nothing to do with choices I made, and getting vaccinated is so obvious that it was hardly a choice, so I’m glad that I’m lucky enough to have received the Moderna vaccine when I got vaccinated at Walgreens.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:53:03am

re: #44 Dave In Austin

Neigh!

Looks like ivermectin doesn’t work to get rid of brain worms, just gives one shit for brains

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:56:26am

There are Americans who get most of their “news” from grifting preachers, and if they access something called “news,” it’ll be trash like New Smax, the opiate of the derp-right, or OAN. They’re killing themselves and other morons.

Report this ass for COVID disinformation if you feel like it.

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Mike Lamb  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:57:32am

re: #44 Dave In Austin

Neigh!

[Embedded content]

The thing that is amazing about this is they talk about this being a money grab for the pharmaceutical industry…except the vax is free.

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aatharuv  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:58:24am

re: #68 Punish Domestic Terrorists

There are Americans who get most of their “news” from grifting preachers, and if they access something called “news,” it’ll be trash like New Smax, the opiate of the derp-right, or OAN. They’re killing themselves and other morons.

Given that the largest group that are unvaccinatable are children, this GregD’s Lord is obviously Moloch.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:58:47am

re: #69 Mike Lamb

The thing that is amazing about this is they talk about this being a money grab for the pharmaceutical industry…except the vax is free.

I think the government is paying for it, so they do make money, but the alternative to what they call a “money grab” is to spend a lot more on medical care, ending in death for too many.

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Dangerman  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:58:53am

re: #68 Punish Domestic Terrorists

There are Americans who get most of their “news” from grifting preachers, and if they access something called “news,” it’ll be trash like New Smax, the opiate of the derp-right, or OAN. They’re killing themselves and other morons.

[Embedded content]

Gregd is going to hell
For stupidity

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:59:08am

re: #69 Mike Lamb

The thing that is amazing about this is they talk about this being a money grab for the pharmaceutical industry…except the vax is free.

They are paid by the purchasing government(s) for the vaccine, so it’s not like the manufacturers are taking it in the shorts here. However, they have waived patent enforcement for the duration of the pandemic, in the interest of ensuring sufficient supply, so at least in that area, they aren’t making as much money as they could.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:59:35am

re: #70 aatharuv

Given that the largest group that are unvaccinatable are children, this GregD’s Lord is obviously Moloch.

Who names their kid Gregson?

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 11:59:54am

re: #74 Punish Domestic Terrorists

Who names their kid Gregson?

Someone named Greg./

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Dangerman  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:02:54pm

A new UC Berkeley poll finds California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is likely to retain his office and defeat the recall election next week by more than 20 points, 60% to 39% among likely voters.

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:03:29pm

In case anybody needed confirmation that Texas is nothing but assholes all the way down:

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Mike Lamb  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:04:57pm

re: #73 Dopamine Fish

They are paid by the purchasing government(s) for the vaccine, so it’s not like the manufacturers are taking it in the shorts here. However, they have waived patent enforcement for the duration of the pandemic, in the interest of ensuring sufficient supply, so at least in that area, they aren’t making as much money as they could.

I get that, but these chuckleheads aren’t coming out of pocket like is being implied.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:05:27pm

re: #44 Dave In Austin

Neigh!

Wait until he finds out who makes it.

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The Pie Overlord!  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:07:38pm

re: #50 Citizen K

I suppose ectopic pregnancies are another one of those medial hoaxes, right? ///////

Someone should ask him if he ever removed an ectopic pregnancy and squirted it into the womb to reattach itself (SCIENCE FACT: that is not possible).

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aatharuv  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:07:51pm

re: #76 Dangerman

That’s good news but everyone should still vote. And if you know anyone who isn’t registered to vote in California does same day registration.

Recall election info

Same day voter registration

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:08:16pm

re: #78 Mike Lamb

I get that, but these chuckleheads aren’t coming out of pocket like is being implied.

No, and obviously also it’s not like these manufacturers are making bank on these vaccines. They make so many other, more profitable medicines, and there is a PR advantage to basically selling this at cost or close to it for as long as COVID is still a problem.

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ckkatz  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:08:44pm

re: #58 Punish Domestic Terrorists

I agree with you.

My reasoning is that I want to minimize my time (and money) around a jerk. Doing something that brings in the courts is going to cost me more time and money.

Further, there seems to be an infinite amount of jerks out there and a limited amount of me. Involving myself in educating one is not going to make a dent in the supply of jerks. But will make a significant dent in my life.

For one attorney’s viewpoint:

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EPR-radar  Sep 10, 2021 • 12:14:32pm

re: #76 Dangerman

That matches my gut feeling. I was in CA when the Gray Davis recall happened, and Newsom IMO has never had the kind of negatives that Davis ended up with.

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Mattand  Sep 10, 2021 • 1:05:09pm

re: #44 Dave In Austin

Neigh!

I think someone here was wondering where Ben Garrison had been lately.

Now we know he’s back.

Thanks for nothing.


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#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 210919Saturday afternoon was spent leveling and starting this mosaic It's almost all recycled pieces from other projects.We got about half way through and had enough. Sunday we hauled some more dirt over and finished it up. The eyesore trash cans ...
Dangerman
1 day, 10 hours ago
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The Stranglers - This Song (Official Video) This Song' is out on 10th Sept 2021 on Coursegood: slinky.toTaken from the new album 'Dark Matters' by The Stranglers: slinky.to Special thanks to Stuart Pearce. thestranglers.co.ukfacebook.cominstagram.com@StranglersSiteLyrics:I’m collecting all these feelings for youPut them in a box in a ...
Thanos
2 days, 11 hours ago
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Jukebox the Ghost - Cheers! (Lyric Video) “Cheers!” out now: jukeboxtheghost.lnk.to“Cheers!” Lyrics Here's to more of the everyday, raise a glass and sing along, the outcasts and the underdogs On the benches, on the sidelines, wallflowers: this is our time ordinary people every dayIn the nosebleeds, ...
Thanos
5 days, 11 hours ago
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An Epic Takedown Appears to Be in the WorksAn epic takedown of Facebook is afoot: But going back to the WSJ series on Facebook, the quote in today's paper is priceless: "A now-former executive questioned the idea of overhauling Instagram to avoid social comparison. 'People use Instagram because ...
Eric The Fruit Bat
6 days, 6 hours ago
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#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 210912We got our replacement solar panel.Figured we'd install, then take readings to sort of know if something was wrong in the future.One panel at a time, then pairs of 2, then all 3. Because they all connect to one feed ...
Dangerman
6 days, 14 hours ago
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#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 210905Not having that third solar panel for 3 weeks, it’s clear now that we definitely needed the upgrade when we decided in November. 3 puts us over the top of more electricity than consumption. Still no ETA so we turned ...
Dangerman
1 week, 6 days ago
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Evangelicals and the Limits of Evangelical EmpathyLink to the article at: alternet.org She writes of her own experience where she turned against evangelicals. Here are the critical paragraphs to think about. And this will bring me to the ongoing evangelical moral panic over exvangelicals, those who ...
JOE 🥓
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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How Did the United States Treat the Creator of…The SaintJust a reminder of how one Leslie Charteris was treated by the Chinese Exclusion Act…and California’s anti-Chinese laws. Just in case you didn’t know, Leslie Charteris was the creator of this literary figure… Charteris himself wasn’t far removed from his ...
JOE 🥓
2 weeks, 3 days ago
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