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Is that a FACT that unvaccinated people allow the disease to mutate?
Yes, a virus that stays alive longer in someone's body has a higher chance of mutating this is disease 101.

It amazes me that we have access to a better source of information than any generation before us but people refuse to use it

Strange world we live in, where the desire for bodily autonomy is demonized and people froth at the mouth with anger at the concept of not licking government boot. I wish I could have whatever masochistic gene you weirdos have that allows you to so thoroughly enjoy the taste of leather, but alas.

The sad thing is, the vaccines are probably fine. Maybe. I mean, they're talking 5 month booster shots, which sounds like it'll be monthly, then weekly, then daily, because it was two weeks to slow the spread, and now it's been a year and a half. It was "herd immunity" but now it's 100% vaccination rate. Which is never going to happen by any reasonable means, so I'm just wondering why people still let Anthony move the goalpost so fast and so hard.

Still weird how the potentially less effective vaccine was the first one FDA approved. Same one that has the potential to shoot Pfizer profits through the absolute roof when we start having mandates + required booster shots on a regular basis. Equally weird how no one seems to care about the normalization of government mandated medical procedures. "Buh its an emergency!" Okay. Whatever. Lol

Also I'm taking bets on how many Americans get decapitated in the next few months due to Biden's active decision to ruin Annoying Orange's pull out deal
Skepticism in the government is definitely a good quality to have, actively fighting against it makes you just as predictable and controllable as those that blindly follow though. The latter position is why we are at where we are today. This fear mongering is what turned this from a pandemic to an endemic, this is why the people who have been trying to end the virus are pissed off and getting aggressive.

Saying the vaccine is probably fine is an understatement, hundreds of millions of people have taken it yet the total amount of hospitalizations is less than 10k. Compare that to the unvaxxed and the data is pretty clear, the vaccine works and doesn't kill you.

Off Topic / Re: Why are we forced to get the \/@x?
« on: August 27, 2021, 12:17:09 PM »
How do you guys still fall for Tony's obvious bait?

i live in louisiana and i havent really heard of anyone dying or getting infected in my area at super fast rates :\. my main issue with vaccines is just that even if we took it they'd still put us in lockdowns and mask mandates and force us to get booster shots, its not going to end even if we comply so im just standing my loving ground. im tired of how everything went from "2 weeks to flatten the curve and then its all over guys! for realz!" to "show me your papers or you dont get to eat" in less than a month. if they weren't so pushy and weren't being really aggressive in terms of pushing the limits of what the constitution allows i wouldn't be so adamant about not taking it, and this is coming from someone who just got vaccinated for two different diseases today.
I was too busy reading the most recent post I somehow missed this artwork. Please direct me to the amendment that lockdowns and mask mandates violate, I'd really really like to know.

i like how you say im an antivaxxer despite the fact im literally loving vaccinated for every disease, except for Covid, which I do not believe has had the proper time given to be considered reliable and safe.

I'd say this speaks volumes about how effective the vaccine is, 171 million people with the vaccine with only 11k breakthrough cases. I don't understand the thought process that your body's immune system can handle a virus that has killed 600k americans but not the vaccine specifically engineered to combat it.

Off Topic / Re: Public Service Announcement: on freezing weather.
« on: February 15, 2021, 11:11:55 PM »
Big ol F350 "I have a small richard" truck flew up behind me, passed into the other lane and slipped right into the ditch.
Friend who was a few cars back said he saw them disposing beer bottles after getting stuck
4 wheel drive not 4 wheel stop

General Discussion / Re: SpeedKart Remastered Project - Back on track!
« on: February 15, 2021, 08:09:50 AM »
Isn't SpeedKart always sort of doomed to fail because of the wonky vehicle physics? I'm assuming after all these years they're still broken since apparently player/server connections and physics go hand in hand.
The physics are improved, you'll still get the stratosphere launches but they aren't nearly as common as in OG speedkarts

Off Topic / Re: The Chronology of the Blockland Forums
« on: February 08, 2021, 11:12:47 AM »
BLF will never die, it's the Betty White of forums

Off Topic / Re: Rigel's steam account has been stolen
« on: February 03, 2021, 08:22:18 PM »
Follow up post, he has gotten it back


But Ranked choice wouldn't work very well with the current system merged.

The electoral college is supposed to avoid just having select areas of the country ruling over the rest of the country.

But I think the biggest issue is that we put so much power in the hands of an individual at the center of the country.

Why do we not just have a elected representative head, who's only purpose is negotiating internationally.

The idea of having a leader of a country who has the most power is absurd and archaic as far as I'm concerned. The only real reason such people exist is to be the face of a nation.

We can have a face, which is only just a select congressional/senator and their only power is negotiating.

I get having one person to have the final say of a bill, yes or no. But the president holds way too much power.
Real question, are you feeling okay?

Guys we need to stop drinking water, it contains stuff that isn't healthy

my daughter has a speech disability as a result of a vaccine she was given, I have directly witnessed the side effects that can happen to a child who's immune system is not fully developed. I do my own research as in I investigate the ingredients in these vaccines, a number of which most certainly cannot be helpful when injected. By the way, billions of dollars have been paid out by the vaccine injury compensation program, if vaccines are safe, then why?
Did she get the disability from the vaccine or was it discovered later and you assumed it was the vaccine?

And to answer your question, allergies and improper injection.

When you have one doctor saying the vax is bad and another doctor saying the vax is good, how do you know who to trust?

The one that's an actual doctor with facts to and colleagues to back them up and not the one that's shared in circles of conspiracy theorists, vaccines have been proven good for decades and without them stuff like polio would still be rampant today.

There's a difference between questioning things and ignoring facts

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