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Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #990 on: July 01, 2021, 10:57:27 PM »
If you take those numbers and compress them using "maths" into a 2-weak time frame it is mush moor statistically alarming.

Just sayin'

Nautical Shore



See? There you go. If 1700 died of Covid in a two week span, I would absolutely stay home. Of course, by staying in my naturally ventilated house, there would be a chance of me dropping dead of heat. But at least I would not be exposing myself to a virus with a kill rate causing thousands to die each month...

Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #991 on: July 01, 2021, 11:43:38 PM »
I can't think of one that requires these measures anymore. I still believe that most people would self isolate willingly for ebola or the likes. Even for Covid, the streets really were empty at the start. People stayed home, Costco was a ghost town. Despite the stupidity that surrounds us, I still believe that most people are capable of figuring out what risks they are content to take. Most really did stay home even when it was not a public health order (at the start.)

It was only as time wore on that people started doing things like visiting friends in their enclosed garage "because it was not indoors." I was actually at one of those "get togethers" where everybody was angry at others ignoring the health guidelines and visiting friends indoors. They were damn near irate- and I didn't have the heart to point out that an attached garage may as well be a kitchen.

These are the same people who are quite well off and remained employed. Almost without exception they declared it worthwhile. They got to be protected, work from home, suffer no pay cut, and enjoy life. It was the people I know who were actually impacted and lost jobs and businesses who question if it was worthwhile.

I assume that little Mombutu is questioning if his starvation was worth it. But being as I live a comfortable life and I was safe, I declare that it was... Sorry Mombutu, but 100 of you dead is worth one North American senior living an additional year.  :)




Hahah you are trying to out-liberal me, now.  I'm afraid the underlying argument, that the American consumer has a moral duty to shop, will fall on deaf ears.

I do agree, people are capable of assessing their own risk and acting accordingly.  I sure did.  The restrictions on private gatherings did not have the force of law here, when I visited my folks at Christmas against all advice about mixing households there were no roadblocks to intercept me, cops did not raid their Trumpy neighbor's ostentatious Thanksgiving.  Just like with the vaccine and the whole yellow-star routine, you guys chafe because public health makes you feel uncomfortable for ignoring their advice, doing your own thing.  That is not oppression, I shrug off health advice every time I smoke my pipe, but I also do not whine that the Surgeon General is making me feel bad with his cancer labels on the tin.


Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #992 on: July 02, 2021, 02:19:06 AM »
I do agree, people are capable of assessing their own risk and acting accordingly.

Tell that to John Belushi, you filthy degenerate. Then again, maybe she was just that good. Let's call it a push, you adorable rodeo angler, you.

Re: CornHoleEbola-Homie Variant (console ATARI-tron version .rar)
« Reply #993 on: July 02, 2021, 09:59:39 AM »
You actually HAVE one of those?

Everything is borrowed: including, your wife's twat. (Kudos, btw.)

Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #994 on: July 02, 2021, 08:19:52 PM »
Tell that to John Belushi, you filthy degenerate. Then again, maybe she was just that good. Let's call it a push, you adorable rodeo angler, you.

What did you do with my hot cowboy boyfriend Jacky I want him back  >:(

Re: COVID-19 is over... yet, The Cindering HAS JUST BEGUN. *CLIQUE*
« Reply #995 on: July 02, 2021, 08:31:26 PM »
What did you do with my hot cowboy boyfriend

I upgraded his ass so fast, his f****** leather chaps sizzled right off.

Jacky I want him back  >:(

You brush your teeth and go to bed, young mister. Use that new toothpaste I got you. I love you. Say your prayers. And remember: I'm going to go f*** your mother now, and if Santa Claus says so, you're next.

Re: COVID-19
« Reply #996 on: July 02, 2021, 08:32:07 PM »
Some interesting dirt on Kevin McCairn, apparently he co-authored a paper with a bunch of chuckleheads on the lab-leak thing that got some attention.



https://twitter.com/wokeglobaltimes/status/1399187095764279303

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1399187095764279303.html

So we have a lab-leaked bioweapon exploiting the spike protein which is a prion and, as such, ravages your system without a cure, but the horse paste can somehow help hahah

And of course the guy who did a bit of innocent googling to find out what McCairn was all about is ust a notorious homo with a "nihilist zoomer take", whatever that is.



This is the first I have heard of the DRASTIC Research of which he is a part, you guys might like their stuff.

https://drasticresearch.org/

Re: COVID-19 is over... yet, The Cindering HAS JUST BEGUN. *CLIQUE*
« Reply #997 on: July 02, 2021, 08:41:48 PM »
I upgraded his ass so fast, his f****** leather chaps sizzled right off.

You brush your teeth and go to bed, young mister. Use that new toothpaste I got you. I love you. Say your prayers. And remember: I'm going to go f*** your mother now, and if Santa Claus says so, you're next.

Haha my mother would just laugh at your skirt and pinch your gut

Re: COVID-1984
« Reply #998 on: July 02, 2021, 10:34:19 PM »

Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #999 on: July 03, 2021, 05:58:46 AM »
Hahah you are trying to out-liberal me, now.  I'm afraid the underlying argument, that the American consumer has a moral duty to shop, will fall on deaf ears.

I do agree, people are capable of assessing their own risk and acting accordingly.  I sure did.  The restrictions on private gatherings did not have the force of law here, when I visited my folks at Christmas against all advice about mixing households there were no roadblocks to intercept me, cops did not raid their Trumpy neighbor's ostentatious Thanksgiving.  Just like with the vaccine and the whole yellow-star routine, you guys chafe because public health makes you feel uncomfortable for ignoring their advice, doing your own thing.  That is not oppression, I shrug off health advice every time I smoke my pipe, but I also do not whine that the Surgeon General is making me feel bad with his cancer labels on the tin.

Sorry I didn't respond sooner. I was out riding my EUC till all hours of the morning for Canada day. That was a mindful purchase to support the poor Yughur's in China and keep them gainfully employed through this rather tough time. We really are all in this together. (Albeit, not all of us enjoy the hospitality of state lodging, food, and reeducation.)

Now, I would never, never argue that anybody has a moral duty to shop. When that was (first?) suggested after 911 I laughed my ass off. "It is your patriotic duty to go in debt buying shit you don't need..." The problem comes when the government says "you CAN'T buy anything from the mom and pop store. You can't tip your waitress, you can't patronize the nice lady who gives you a manicure. The barber should go bankrupt while Bezos makes record profits.

It was not the well to do who bore the brunt of anything that was done for the last 18 months. The hedge funds are buying every house they can with their bail outs.  Bezos has another 10 billion from a space grant. Bill Gates is now the largest agricultural land owner in the US. The banks have so much excess cash that they are well on their way to parking a trillion every night with the Fed because they have no other place to put it.* Every government employee pulled in their regular salary- the bankers worked from home, and it was the bottom rung of society who is fucked.

The underlying fact is that every "Liberal" who I talk to who supports the lockdowns did not suffer a single monetary loss, and most have enjoyed working from home and don't ever want to go back. Most are doing better this year than last. But I live in a mixed neighbourhood with immigrants, poor, and middle class (no lefty government employees here- none would stoop so low as to live among the people they pretend to care so much about.) It is those people who were hurt by policy to keep us "safe."



Re: COVID-19
« Reply #1000 on: July 03, 2021, 07:31:22 AM »
An Early Warning Cartoon - Their Plan is to Take Over The World and YOU!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMszxLRq3DU

Not to worry. Everything is going to be hunky-dory.

Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #1001 on: July 03, 2021, 09:29:32 AM »
Sorry I didn't respond sooner. I was out riding my EUC till all hours of the morning for Canada day.

Here Dubb... A photo that I stumbled across of me on Canada Day. Yup. Crappy quality because I had to crop out a bunch of people (it was kind of a group photo that I didn't realize was being taken...) I'm tempted to see if I can get the better quality pic texted to me next time I see them. I think it's probably actually a good pic... I'm only sorry that I was not smoking a pipe as per the Azzgab standard...  ;)


Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #1002 on: July 03, 2021, 05:58:55 PM »
Here Dubb... A photo that I stumbled across of me on Canada Day. Yup. Crappy quality because I had to crop out a bunch of people (it was kind of a group photo that I didn't realize was being taken...) I'm tempted to see if I can get the better quality pic texted to me next time I see them. I think it's probably actually a good pic... I'm only sorry that I was not smoking a pipe as per the Azzgab standard...  ;)

AAAAHHH SO CUTE ❤️ you look like a prime hunk of beef to me!  Absolutely massive 👅, if I wore a helmet like that I would look like a Q-tip.  Happy Canada Day, belatedly; I'm sorry I forgot all about it.

Re: COVID-19 is over, Gov. Dumdum will declare victory tomorrow
« Reply #1003 on: July 03, 2021, 06:21:52 PM »
Sorry I didn't respond sooner. I was out riding my EUC till all hours of the morning for Canada day. That was a mindful purchase to support the poor Yughur's in China and keep them gainfully employed through this rather tough time. We really are all in this together. (Albeit, not all of us enjoy the hospitality of state lodging, food, and reeducation.)

Now, I would never, never argue that anybody has a moral duty to shop. When that was (first?) suggested after 911 I laughed my ass off. "It is your patriotic duty to go in debt buying shit you don't need..." The problem comes when the government says "you CAN'T buy anything from the mom and pop store. You can't tip your waitress, you can't patronize the nice lady who gives you a manicure. The barber should go bankrupt while Bezos makes record profits.

It was not the well to do who bore the brunt of anything that was done for the last 18 months. The hedge funds are buying every house they can with their bail outs.  Bezos has another 10 billion from a space grant. Bill Gates is now the largest agricultural land owner in the US. The banks have so much excess cash that they are well on their way to parking a trillion every night with the Fed because they have no other place to put it.* Every government employee pulled in their regular salary- the bankers worked from home, and it was the bottom rung of society who is fucked.

The underlying fact is that every "Liberal" who I talk to who supports the lockdowns did not suffer a single monetary loss, and most have enjoyed working from home and don't ever want to go back. Most are doing better this year than last. But I live in a mixed neighbourhood with immigrants, poor, and middle class (no lefty government employees here- none would stoop so low as to live among the people they pretend to care so much about.) It is those people who were hurt by policy to keep us "safe."




Well here is where we will probably agree, though in a purely theoretical world.  I think if the government determines it is in the public interest that a business cease its otherwise-lawful operations for some time, it should be obliged to compensate it accordingly, at some meaningful rate just like it does with property taken under eminent domain.

This was sort of done.  A lot of the compensation was done here through the unemployment system which I think was a mistake since that is insurance your employer carries on your behalf, it should have been a different bucket.  There were small-business funds set up, too, but I know a lot of little operations have closed, Seattle is beginning a fresh effort to populate its empty storefronts and hopefully most will come back.  I don't know how barbers got by but I assume there was something since we didn't have thousands of salon workers picketing the state capitol, there were only a handful.

Contrast that with some of the massive protests you saw in Europe where they take their right to work a little more seriously and got very rowdy.  It's political conservatives, though, who have resisted paying people, since to them it is akin to socialism and welfare.  That was absolutely the wrong move.  They should have insisted on something close to full reimbursement.  The lockdowns would have been a lot shorter if governors had to pay out daily compensation for their upkeep.

I've been astonished since the beginning why local Chambers of Commerce were not fighting for the rights of their businesses to operate; you have to assume they agreed at some level that the closures were necessary and sort of acquiesced.  Sure they grumbled but, aside from California, no governor seems to be facing a serious recall effort for abusing his power, and I am sure California's will fail, too.  If there are no electoral consequences, which are the one chance for the little guy who outnumbers the big guys by hundreds to one to flex his political muscle, you just have to assume the will of the people was done.

Republicans should have been in the forefront demanding just compensation but instead since our politics are so utterly stupid these days they're more preoccupied with transgender athletes.  I'm forced to conclude all that coercion was not really that big a deal to most people.

I've been astonished since the beginning why local Chambers of Commerce were not fighting for the rights of their businesses to operate;

It is important to remember that, at the time, that time being December 2019 through March 2020, while most people were completely unaware of this, those who traveled at the most elite corridors of power were keenly aware that, when a critical mass of consciousness became aware that an entire city was being wiped out—believe it or not, 20 million dead in Wuhan is the story now, and the story then, was "wow, look at all these videos popping up of people suddenly dropping to the ground while expectorating green lung tissue, wow, that's exactly what microwaved broccoli looks like, wow, imagine the smell, well, shit, that girl is gonna have to, because that is one smooth deep fake, look, you can see part of a whole piece of esophagus there, you can tell by the size of the visible veins, trust me on this"—Clark Kent was missing, Superman had been seen eating cold cherry soup with Batman in a San Francisco bathhouse, and some loser named "Klark Penny" was running all over the country, side from Hell, too cunty breakfast, kissing hands and shaking, babies and coughing, on everything while simultaneously freebasing crack cocaine and shoving bored broad board game pieces up his ass on the regular.

And, Me? I didn't wash my hands even fucking once except before and after sex. (Ewe, gross.) Screw you guys. I'm taking my perfectly functional immune system and my home, and going ball. I don't really mind that none of you believe that I saved the world again-ever-because frankly, Larry, I can barely believe it myself.

Nevertheless, you're all still fuckin' here, ain'tcha? Lucky you. Lucky Me. Lucky US. (Now get your bitchass out into that kitchen, and teach someone how to make polenta. MY People call it A MAZE.)

Why any of this mattered to anyone remains to be seen—Superman & Batman are consenting adults, after all, and as long as Red Kryptonite is used sparingly, I see no reason why they can't join forces (after acquiring explicit consent) and paint the Bat-Dildo with some Red Aunty Matter mixed up in an old dirty ashtray with googly eyes stuck on the side... he's fucking Superman, obviously he can handle it, and it's fucking Batman, and did I mention—BATMAN IS FUCKING SUPERMAN. If the recipe called for something other than an ashtray, I am sure The World's Greatest Private Detective had a good reason for following instructions, you know, just that one fucking time. And because of that, we all had to wear face diapers, huh?

You know, if you want to be taken seriously, you people have to be seriously fucked in the head to think that anyone is ever gonna buy any of your bullshit ever again, Peanuts. Where's Hunter?


Where's Hunter's black PR team? Someone get Chole on the phone, have her re-task some satellites. I'll be right back, I gotta talk to Moses about an upcoming... special delivery.

No, not that Moses. The other Moses. #PearlsBeforeSwine #PunylingPride #PROTOCOL(90*5)*10



p.s. The madman actually fucking did it. *click*