r/HermanCainAward HCA Historian Aug 13 '22 Helpful 1 Silver 1 All-Seeing Upvote 1

Holocaust memes compilation part 7. The horrific truth is... these HCA winners didn't realize they were on their own one-way train ride. Meta / Other

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u/2THUG Aug 13 '22

"Let me be clear, my dad didn't die of covid. He died of a stroke that was caused by the clots, that were caused by the pneumonia, that was caused by covid."

Jesus christ these people are so thick.

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u/JEPorsche Aug 13 '22

He didn't die because he got run over by a car.

He had broken bones and internal bleeding that were caused after he fell and hit the ground after a car hit him. It's different.

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u/RattusMcRatface I GET CLOSTERPHOBIA Aug 13 '22

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

Is there a point to copying someone else's comment and reposting it as your own that I'm not seeing here?

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u/Dr_Adequate ✨PEEDOM in our UriNation🇺🇸 Aug 13 '22

"I seen the scans"

Tell me you had trouble graduating eighth grade without telling me you had trouble...

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u/ur_sine_nomine Team Mix & Match Aug 13 '22

There are considerable parts of the English-speaking world, including where I come from, where that would be unexceptional spoken English. But written? No.

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u/Tough-Exam-2711 Aug 13 '22

Yeah it sounds equally ignorant when it spoken as when it is written. And it’s doing a disservice to the young people who think this is actually how English is done.

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u/Dandy_Status Aug 13 '22

It's dialect, it's not something that can really be right or wrong.

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u/The_JudgeAndJury Anti-vax, pro-death penalty Aug 13 '22

No, it’s wrong.

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u/Fomulouscrunch Blood Donor 🩸 Aug 13 '22

Don't be a wang. Spoken language is inherently more casual. That's why writing things down is more formal and definite. What's being addressed here is someone treating bad spoken English as though it were good written English, which it isn't.

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u/grateful-biped Aug 13 '22

I like your “wang.”

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u/Fomulouscrunch Blood Donor 🩸 Aug 13 '22

I know you do baby.

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u/JeromeBiteman Aug 13 '22

Downvoted for the lack of the verb "is."

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

Could be speaking everything into the phone.

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u/dribblesnshits Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

Eighth lol, you give them too much credit

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u/P0L1Z1STENS0HN Team Mix & Match Aug 13 '22

Buuuut... did he really die of the stroke? Or was it just that his brain suffered severe hypoxia because the blood was unable to pass through the capillaries clogged by the clots?

/s

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u/danthepianist Team Mix & Match Aug 13 '22

But that didn't really kill him either, it just killed his brain. He was doing just fine in a vegetative state hooked up to machines.

The son pulled the plug. By his logic, he murdered his father. It wasn't Covid, it was patricide.

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

How many people actually die naturally despite best medical interventions vs die of the family ordering their medically induced murder? I'm genuinely curious.

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u/ECMO_Deluxe3000 ☠Dying to Meet Me☠ Aug 13 '22

Death certificates I have seen indicate cause of death (diagnosis) due to (diagnosis) due to (diagnosis). The attending or signing physician fills in one, two, or three of those blanks. End result is still the same....dead. Probably didn't even get his train ride either.

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u/M4A1STAKESAUCE Urine God’s hands 🙌 Aug 13 '22

As if health issues can't be compounded and caused by something.

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u/Catmom2004 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

I love your flair, haha

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u/NutWrench Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

"Principal Diagnosis"

"the condition defined after study as the main reason for admission of a patient to the hospital."

In this case, Covid.

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u/TinUser Aug 13 '22

My godfather died kinda the same way. He went to the hospital for Covid symptoms but his family said he died from hospital acquired pneumonia due to an incompetent nursing staff, he just happened to be there because of Covid. They still won't get the vaccine even after losing a father/husband.

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u/Catmom2004 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

That is so sad.

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u/KittonRouge Aug 14 '22

And so stupid.

When my sugar addicted Father found out that he was diabetic, he gave us this speech about how he was going to eat what he wanted because what good was living a long life if you couldn't enjoy yourself.

Then my Uncle, Dad's brother in law, had several toes amputated due to complications of diabetes.

After that Dad avoided sugar like it was poison.

I don't get these people who watch their family and friends suffer and die and still refuse to protect themselves.

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u/Tiddles_Ultradoom You Will Respect My Immunitah! Aug 14 '22

Everybody Gangsta until the toes start coming off.

I was going to make this an image-related meme, but then I saw the images…

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u/knifeknifegoose Aug 14 '22

You made the right choice. Don’t join the dark— well, truly dark, side of Reddit, yet.

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u/TheOtherDutchGuy Aug 14 '22

I can tell you that my aunt here in The Netherlands died unvaccinated because of her strong religious views and her family is blaming the hospital as well. Anything to deny responsibility.

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u/Tough-Exam-2711 Aug 13 '22

Jesus they are so dumb, my friend died of congestive heart failure a year after her Covid diagnosis, but she got the congestive heart failure from Covid. She was perfectly healthy, 49 years old before that, she stopped breathing about three times that year, but they were always able to revive her until the last time.

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u/thisthatrealstuff Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

That was my favorite part. “Let me be clear” then isn’t clear at all and goes on a wild tangent of their dad’s ordeal.

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u/IrritableGourmet Aug 13 '22

In liability the test of whether someone's actions/inaction caused the injury is the but-for test, as in "But for the existence of X, would Y have happened?" (for those who haven't heard that turn of phrase, it could also be said as "If X didn't exist, would Y have happened?"). If that guy's dad didn't have COVID, would he have died of the stroke? No? Then he died as a result of COVID.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

Whoa, whoa, slow down with your librul commie math!

/s - just in case

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

but-for

[insert dad joke here]

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

Hey Joey, what is the butt for?

Shit dad, you should be old enough to know.

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u/A-man-of-mystery Covidious Albion Aug 14 '22

That's exactly the standard that is supposed to apply to writing death certificates. The underlying cause of death is defined as the disease or injury that triggered the chain of morbid events resulting in death. In this case, that is clearly covid-19, whatever his family thinks.

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u/No_Delay_8374 Aug 13 '22

Might as well just say he died because his heart stopped.

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u/thinking_is_hard69 Aug 14 '22

“died of heart failure”

translation - we ain’t got a goddamn clue how they died

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u/grateful-biped Aug 13 '22

Denial is not just a river in Egypt …

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

It's apparently a globe spanning river of biblical proportions.

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u/Knotical_MK6 Aug 14 '22

"he didn't die from the virus, the clot from the virus killed him" = "guns don't kill people! People kill people... With guns"

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u/Tiddles_Ultradoom You Will Respect My Immunitah! Aug 14 '22

They seem to think that anything that happens after COVID-19 - no matter how directly related to COVID-19 - has nothing to do with COVID-19.

It’s like saying ‘the bullets had already passed through JFK when he died. He died of an unrelated heart attack, possibly as a result of a lead-related absence of brain matter.’

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u/dumdodo Aug 13 '22

I still want to find out who that anonymous nurse is who has shared her experience with the world about all those people whose hearts exploded from the vaccine.

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u/fourbian Aug 13 '22

Some troll in a basement somewhere

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u/dumdodo Aug 13 '22

i've decided I'll be a nurse today.

Yesterday, I was giving people advice on prostate cancer as an MD.

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u/YT-Deliveries Aug 13 '22

Prostate Explosion is a pretty good band name

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u/daneelthesane Aug 14 '22

Did you stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night?

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u/whosthedoginthisscen Aug 13 '22

Do they call them 'basements' in Russia?

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u/sctwinmom Vacation Matriarch Aug 13 '22

Podval (per google translate)

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u/whosthedoginthisscen Aug 13 '22

Now look up the Russian word for "rhetorical question"

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u/Nuicakes Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

Fake doctors and nurses piss me off!

I have a friend who has early onset (diagnosis before age 60) Alzheimer’s, so I've learned quite a bit in the last few years.

A "nurse" was on Twitter "confirming" that Biden is displaying early onset dementia as she sees this diagnosis with multiple clients. I got into a war with her.

It is literally impossible for Biden to be diagnosed with early onset since he's 79.
Then she said he is recently diagnosed as early onset but he's had it for years.
Again, impossible.

I linked a few Alzheimer's Association facts and she finally shut up but it's all too easy for people to say that they're legit.

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u/tomdurkin Aug 13 '22

What was her diagnosis for trump’s word salad?

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u/kittenmommy Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

I'm sure she said he's a stable genius. Isn't that an official diagnosis? 😹

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

For varying degrees of a "stable genius".

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u/kittenmommy Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

OMG. That horse! 😧

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

I'm sure s/he'll be fine, horses are pretty damn tough. Ever seen them fight? If the answer is "no", please don't look it up. It's rather disturbing.

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u/kittenmommy Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

I'm sure s/he'll be fine, horses are pretty damn tough.

Except if they break a leg, they have to be put down?

Ever seen them fight? If the answer is "no", please don't look it up. It's rather disturbing.

I won't, thanks!

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

When they really get to scrapping, it looks like something out of a nightmare. Horses ain't no joke.

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u/kittenmommy Team Pfizer Aug 14 '22

I believe you!

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u/Tiddles_Ultradoom You Will Respect My Immunitah! Aug 14 '22

Oh don’t worry. If this current round of legal actions against Trump get too close for comfort, he’ll develop that relapsing remitting form of dementia that Augusto Pinochet both had and didn’t have in order to escape being tried as a war criminal.

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u/dumdodo Aug 13 '22

People are constantly posting for advice, asking opinions on Covid treatment or vaccines.I frequently respond that they should ask their doctor that question, rather than depend on internet strangers, including myself.

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u/LA-Matt Aug 13 '22

What? So I shouldn’t boil grapefruit rinds and pine cones?

Lol.

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u/dumdodo Aug 13 '22

If your doctor recommended that, perhaps.

But I'd probably find another doctor.

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u/fuckingaquaman Aug 13 '22

I thought I should use essential oils? /s

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u/RattusMcRatface I GET CLOSTERPHOBIA Aug 13 '22

essential oils

Always wondered about that phrase, What are inessential oils, I asked myself?

I guess, though it means oils that are the essence of whatever they're extracted from.

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u/Jackpot777 Cos Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad Aug 13 '22

I think we should start pronouncing it as “essence-iale” with emphasis on both the first two syllables so it’s clear it’s like an essence. And not like essential to life.

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

Homemade floor cleaner?

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u/Catmom2004 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

I am an RN (for real) and nurses who aren't APRN's (i.e. advanced practice nurse practitioners) cannot diagnose!

Diagnosis is outside our scope of practice, which is not to say we don't indulge in it frequently, but technically we don't have a legal right to do so.

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u/OrderedClusterfuck Team Mix & Match Aug 13 '22

It's the 5G Chip Exploding Heart vaccine by Pai Mei Bill Gates

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u/redit3rd Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

Isn't it amazing how through all of the trials and mass vaccination campaigns, that only a single nurse was willing to speak out about an injection in the arm causes hearts to explode.

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u/LA-Matt Aug 13 '22

Well over 5 billion vaccine doses administered (that was months ago) and only one brave “nurse” who would speak out on social media about exploding hearts.

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u/dumdodo Aug 13 '22

Deep State silencing at work ...

Watch what you say.

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u/Goose_o7 I am The TOOTH FAIRY! Aug 13 '22

I still want to find out who that anonymous nurse is who has shared her experience with the world about all those people whose hearts exploded from the vaccine.

Are you referring to the unemployed Neckbeard on Facebook who got their medical degree online from "The Dunning Krueger School for Advanced Medicine" ?

Yeah... That 400 pound blob of fat and excrement died of COVID back in 2020.

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u/KittonRouge Aug 14 '22

Worse. They got their degree from Liberty University.

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

Nurse at the opioid pain pill mill?

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u/Material-Profit5923 Magnetic Deep State Sheep Aug 13 '22

Probably more like "non-credentialed aide at a nursing home who only managed to keep her job because they were so desperate for warm bodies."

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u/Catmom2004 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

As an RN, it pisses me off no end when nurses aides claim to be "nurses."

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u/Estoye Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

Her name is Nurse Janice "Five Point Palm Exploding Heart Technique" Williams

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u/Catmom2004 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

That was a new side-effect of the vaccine that I hadn't heard of. Sounds like it could be unpleasant.

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u/elissa24 Aug 13 '22

I’m a nurse and can confirm this is true. Also Mrs. Krabappel and Principal Skinner were in the closet making babies and I saw one of the babies and the baby looked at me!

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u/fakeuserisreal Aug 13 '22

Conservatives making Holocaust comparisons to modern events is just super telling how little they understand history or how marginalized groups are actually persecuted by a hostile society.

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u/Impossible-Survey203 Aug 13 '22

Same folks who would deny the Holocaust in other posts.

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u/fakeuserisreal Aug 13 '22

"The Holocaust didn't happen, but if it did, it happened to me."

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u/kittenmommy Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

Same folks who would deny the Holocaust in other posts.

Same folks who'd be OK with "containment camps" for LGBTQ+ folks and Democrats. 😒

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u/Glamour_Girl_ Hydrogen 2: Electric Boogaloo ⚡️ Aug 13 '22

Oh, if they had their way I’d be in a fucking grave, fur shure.

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u/kittenmommy Team Pfizer Aug 14 '22

Anyone who's not exactly like them would be in a grave. It's just that this time, they're coming for the LGBTQ+ folks first instead of the Jews. 😒

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u/Tiddles_Ultradoom You Will Respect My Immunitah! Aug 14 '22

Republicans are perfectly ‘comfortable’ with difference, just so long as that difference is kept hidden.

Racism wasn’t a thing until Obama, remember. They were absolutely fine with them, until some of them started getting uppity again. I mean, they got to ride anywhere on the bus… what more do they want?

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u/IrritableGourmet Aug 13 '22

I don't want to "both sides" as it's definitely one side more than the other, but I used to be a GED teacher and we'd show the PBS series Eyes On The Prize about the Civil Rights Era for part of the Social Studies section (wasn't required, but it's a really good series). A lot of my students couldn't believe the documentary footage they saw. As in, they literally didn't think it was real because it was too over-the-top. "Did it really happen like that?" "Yes, it's actual footage." "But was it that crazy in real life?" "You're literally watching what happened." "So, they're not making it more dramatic for the show." "I'm not sure how else I can say this. Someone showed up with a camera and recorded this."

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

I had this experience with myself about the Ken Burns Vietnam trailer.

Oh that Time Magazine cover! That was a good photo op... OH SHIT THERE IS VIDEO WHERE HE ACTUALLY PULLED THE TRIGGER ON AN 8 YEAR OLD GIRL! Oh, it's a Huey taking off, that's kinda cool, I've seen a few of those at museums OH SHIT THERE ARE FIVE CRITICALLY INJURED MAYBE DEAD PEOPLE LAYING ON THE FLOOR OF THE HELICOPTER.

And the more I learn about that war, the more fucked up it becomes. This isn't people clickbaiting to write a quick story and sell a few ads, it was real life for millions of people, a horrific war.

And there are 10 hours of the documentary, the trailer was 2.5 minutes.

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u/Estoye Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

It is really despicable and highlights how incredibly cushy and privileged their stupid lives have been.

"I have to grab a new plate to return to the buffet?! These rules are JUST LIKE THE HOLOCAUST!"

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

You are NOT exaggerating.

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u/KaleidoscopeEyes12 Team Modernat 🐀 Aug 14 '22

As soon as someone compares anything to the Holocaust, I just give up arguing with them. No use fighting with people who can’t take the deaths of over six million people seriously.

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u/ganonpig HCA Historian Aug 13 '22

Notes;

Pic 1. Also in The Death Toll of Memetic Warfare. Pic 5. And in Lion memes part 2. Pic 2. And in Sam Elliott memes. Pic 3.

Pic 2. Also in (C)onspiracies (O)n (V)accines (I)nflict (D)eath. Pic 18.

Pic 3. Also in No thanks, I'm not your experiment. Pic 6.

Pic 4. Also in The Death Toll of Memetic Warfare. Pic 10. And in If you have to carry a card part 1. Pic 13

Pic 5. Also in The media is the virus. Pic 19. And in Holocaust memes compilation part 5. Pic 9.

Pic 6. Also in The real virus infecting our country. Pic 8.

Pic 7. Also in More afraid of a democrat. Pic 14. And in Leonardo DiCaprio memes part 2. Pic 5.

Pic 8. Also in Fauci memes part 5. Pic 17. And in NYC vaccine pass. Pic 17. And in Just a reminder. Pic 10.

Pic 10. Also in Still testing it on humans part 2. Pic 8. And in NYC vaccine pass. Pic 19. And in Abortion memes part 4. Pic 12. And in Monday Ronday part 8. Pic 9.

Pic 11. Also in They like to quote the odds part 2. Pic 5.

Pic 14. Also in Still testing it on humans part 2. Pic 7. And in Some say. Pic 2.

Pic 15. Also in They declined to live. Pic 18.

Pic 16. Also in The second shot part 2. Pic 16.

Pic 17. Also in The pie chart meme part 2. Pic 4.


The holocaust memes collection

1. "Show me your papers"

2. "It didn't start with gas chambers" part 1

3. "Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it"

4. "Quote from a Hungarian Jew"

"Everybiden I don't like is literally Hitler"

5. "Any government with enough power"

6. "It didn't start with gas chambers" part 2


Main vector

July 9, 2020

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u/my_lucid_nightmare Aug 13 '22

Note that if a reddit bot could spot these, facebook could absolutely identify them and shut most of them down. If it wanted to.

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u/UncannyTarotSpread Aug 13 '22

Big if.

Zuckerberg has made it clear what side he’s on.

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u/Adventurous_Pin_344 Aug 13 '22

It's the money side, right??

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u/fuckingaquaman Aug 13 '22

If you're ruthless and unscrupulous then when you get rich enough, you automatically become a Republican.

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

I don't think it is necessarily rep/dem, I think it is demographics. Once your parents are on Facebook, young people go to Twitter/SnapstaTok/whatever else. Lots of old people, very few young people, and the incentives go towards creating the best ad revenue generating right wing echo chamber you can, purpose built for old people who weren't taught internet information literacy in schools. The market exists, Russia propaganda steps in to fill the demand for disinformation, and a bunch of barnacles attach in order to make a few bucks.

It isn't the fault of Zuckerberg and his political leanings, it is the sum of the market forces acting on the platform.

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u/ur_sine_nomine Team Mix & Match Aug 13 '22

Slide 6 is appalling. The awardee had COVID-19, went out in his tow truck because he hated sitting in the house, and was found dead beside it. (As someone who has had serious illness in the past, I understand the urge, but you just have to smother it).

I wonder how many others were endangered by that road trip.

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u/Tough-Exam-2711 Aug 13 '22

Imagine if he had died while driving that truck? Because he was “bored”? These people are the worst. THANK YOU DARWIN

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u/Glamour_Girl_ Hydrogen 2: Electric Boogaloo ⚡️ Aug 13 '22

Damn, he’d never heard of PlayStation or streaming?!

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

These people didn't flip out two weeks into stay at home recommendations because they were bored. They flipped out because they're either pampered little brats (muh starbucks, muh hair salons!), or because for the first time in their miserable lives they were sequestered with their family and finally had to face the reality that everything they've been told about raising a perfect, christian, red-blooded American, "nuclear family" was a load of horseshit, and they regret their life choices.

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u/Glamour_Girl_ Hydrogen 2: Electric Boogaloo ⚡️ Aug 13 '22

They sure didn’t mind recommending that MeMaw and PawPaw be sent to the Great Beyond so they could get their lattes and Steel Reserve.

And I have my doubts that they’ve ever had to truly face reality. Well, at least until the Reaper comes along. I’ve never seen anyone who was able to avoid that particular coffee clatch.

Your kid turns out to be one of those awful, demonic queers (I can use that term. Trust. 😂)? Disown ‘em. Throw them out. And we know that the hits just keep on coming, like Casey Kasem but without good music. Homophobia. Racism. Tribalism. It’s always, always someone else’s fault. Never theirs. Ad infinitum.

In short, I’m not certain that they are ever forced to truly face the brutal reality. Except at the end. And perhaps not even then.

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

Perhaps a better way to word it is that they were getting itchy because they were getting to close to having to face it.

I can use that term. Trust.

Interesting. Never would I have guessed you were a demon. :P

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

Can confirm. I had to face a tough reality with my family about 6 months ago, and I ran away from it like a little bitch before I had to actually confront it. You see the deadline approaching, you feel the itch, and you go out the door. Oh, I'm sorry, I have a conference that weekend or something.

It caught up with me, I couldn't go mask free forever, but the urge to run away from those problems is innate.

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u/Glamour_Girl_ Hydrogen 2: Electric Boogaloo ⚡️ Aug 13 '22

I am in the David Tennant “Good Omens” sense.

I love me some David Tennant.

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u/KittonRouge Aug 14 '22

I think that some of them are the type that go to work no matter what. The ones who brag that they've never taken sick leave, or think that the office will come to a grinding halt if they're out for a day or two.

I had a coworker who got sick and continued to come to work. Not only did she prolong her own illness, she spread it through the office. I got pneumonia and was out for 2 weeks. When I told her that if the plague ever made a comeback people like her would kill us all. She didn't talk to me for a week.

Of course, there are places that don't offer paid sick leave and pay so little that their employees literally can't afford to miss work. A surprisingly large number of restaurants fall into that category.

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u/ur_sine_nomine Team Mix & Match Aug 14 '22

I have said half-jokingly that, if this pandemic had happened in 1980 rather than 2020, there would have been riots in weeks.

(In the UK astonishing amounts of official data have been pumped out regarding the pandemic. However, one thing that has never been made public has been anything to do with national security. Such assessments must have been made, and I suspect they were too negative or unflattering to release).

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u/photoguy-redditor Team AstraZeneca Aug 13 '22

Luckily for the rest of us his urges were smothered for him.

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️ Aug 13 '22

his urges were smothered for him.

. . . by the hungry viral 🐆 🐆 🐆.

"So much Tabasco, so little time." --their pet 🐹 🐹 🐹

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u/BarelyAirborne Aug 13 '22

Free rail pass? In America? Someone has been taking the brown acid from the sound of it.

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

While having espresso enemas.

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u/BroadwayJoeFYVM Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

No pity for the willfully, hatefully ignorant.

No mercy for trumpy traitors.

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

Too many in Trumperland are screaming he was betrayed so word order makes it less likely to be misused.

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

I know what you meant but maybe Traitorous Trumpers is more accurate.

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u/Reneeisme Aug 13 '22

The history I see repeating is that of ignorant people imagining they know more than everyone else, and can make better decisions based on their "folk wisdom" than educated scientists. That's not a new thing, and it has killed people, probably since the dawn of people.

"No Urg, no eat purple mushroom. Very bad" "Urg think mushroom SAFE because pretty!"

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u/Mustardmechanic Aug 13 '22

My grandparents survived the holocaust and I lost two of them to COVID. Anyone who’s this malevolently stupid should just do the world a favor and fucking kill themselves

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

That's very sad. Sorry for your loss.

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u/knifeknifegoose Aug 14 '22

The elderly were and are so terribly vulnerable to this thing, and have much less control over the people and other factors in their exposure! It’s absolutely unjust.

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u/Praximus_Prime_ARG Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

As a Libertarian I keep writing to my representatives to consider Elon Musks hyperloop idea instead of trains. The hyperloop would get passengers to the virus protection camps under budget and ahead of schedule.

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u/MayflyBaggins Natasha Fatale 🐿️💖 Aug 13 '22

Quality snark.

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22

Z I N G

That one left a smoking crater. Nice work.

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u/daveshops Aug 13 '22

An "unexpected loss" would have been if they had their vaccinations and played by the rules.

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

An unexpected loss would have been dying in a car crash, or having a heart attack on a bike ride.

An expected loss is sitting on a ventilator with COVID and pneumonia for three weeks before you die. The doctors said you have a 5% chance to live, the 95% didn't creep up on you.

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u/justrock54 Aug 13 '22

I am continually impressed by the "stuck the landing" mental gymnastics required to turn DEAD into healed.

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u/TheActualDev Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

It’s a Christianity thing. Jesus/God is the Great Physician and heals all people when they die because there is no disease, death or sadness in heaven. That’s probably why they wrote that. Still stupid though. So glad I left that cult

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u/whosthedoginthisscen Aug 13 '22

It's the same mentality that convinces people that it's good luck when a bird shits on your head.

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u/Gardener703 Aug 13 '22

"Dad is a very private person" who shared misinformation on facebook.

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u/PoliticalECMOChamber Super Shedder Aug 13 '22

On a similar note...

The US Holocaust Museum says Republican comparisons of the FBI to the Gestapo over the Trump search 'are inaccurate and offensive' to survivors

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u/Special_Ed2018 Aug 13 '22

They gassed themselves. Gaslit.

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️ Aug 13 '22

They gassed themselves.

Jeans. Fart. Tighty-whities. Mask. You know the meme.

🐆 🐆 🐆

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u/peppermintesse Vax yo self FFS 💉 Aug 13 '22

This shit is brutal.

Well, yes, we've been trying to tell you that from the get-go. You wouldn't fucking listen because No One Tells You What To DoTM. So you had to fuck around and find out for yourself.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

And still are.

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u/Gratefulrecovy Aug 13 '22

“Do to Covid”

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u/Perigee-Apogee Get the Jabby-Jabby Aug 13 '22

..as you would have Covid do to you.

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u/Blablasarcasm 🗣Olly, Olly, oxygenfree🫁 Aug 13 '22

I “here” that.

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u/Emergency-Tiger4339 Aug 13 '22

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 I salute their sacrifice the increasing America’s IQ keep going!

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u/k3rn3 Aug 13 '22

They're such awful writers. If I died and received a similarly sloppy eulogy then I'd be absolutely mortified (so to speak)

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u/Comfortable_Plant667 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

Look at what this bullshit did to these families. Care enough about the people you love to get vaccinated.

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u/Allusionator Aug 13 '22

We do not have the legal structures to address the obvious contribution this social media content made to these people’s deaths. Being primed to believe disinformation is common enough, we can’t allow it to be a death sentence. Facebook has so much blood on their hands.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

We have law, just not enough jails. But the law exists and is very clear.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1038

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u/xnekocroutonx Aug 13 '22

8/20- “See you in the morning.” I don’t understand, is the child going to follow the father into death?

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u/Catmom2004 Team Pfizer Aug 13 '22

the child going to follow the father into death?

We all do, eventually, tbh.

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

In heaven, it is an eternal day, you never have the worry or danger that night brings. Seeing you in the morning is the start of the eternal day together in heaven.

Sigh

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u/TinUser Aug 13 '22

I will never understand going on Facebook and making a status about losing a loved one and putting emojis or "____ - is feeling sad 😥". Stop trying to keep it 💯 and learn to process your emotions in a healthy way without the validation of others. Also that guy sharing a Holocaust Anti Vax meme on 9/11 was just firing on all cylinders that day.

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u/renojacksonchesthair Aug 13 '22

People always say how great the person was meanwhile they got literally Holocaust memes to attack getting a vaccine designed to save life.

They’d rather face covid then get the vaccine? Well merry fucking Christmas to you.

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

Back in my god-of-the-gaps phase, I thought it was fine to give people an afterlife to look forward to to ease their minds during this life. Now I am thoroughly disillusioned with that idea.

If the spectre of death is harming your quality of life, improve your mental health, go to therapy, try to do the things you enjoy and make your life fulfilling, don't let yourself defer those joys to the next life.

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u/kur4nes Aug 13 '22

These memes are cursed! It's the real life version of the Ring movie! /s

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u/RattusMcRatface I GET CLOSTERPHOBIA Aug 13 '22

"so apparently I have Covid."

Astonishing! How could that possibly have happened, it being a plandemic haox and all that stuff they said on OAN??

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u/whosthedoginthisscen Aug 13 '22

The compilations are a guilty pleasure of mine. It underscores the mass idiocy in a way that nothing else can.

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u/4quatloos Let that zink in Aug 13 '22

The Herman Cain Train video will scare you:https://youtu.be/JF9dr-FItR8

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u/lucymx16 Team Mudblood 🩸 Aug 13 '22

Wow. Ending with the minor chord changes was eerie. Gotta look at cute cat videos for a while to cleanse my brain.

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u/nutzareus Aug 13 '22

None of these aged well. I guess the train yard had plenty of space in empty box cars to take these people to their sky daddy.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

Just like them, that age joke never gets oldl

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u/Fun_Association_2277 Aug 13 '22

I get triggered by , “ Are you awake yet?”

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u/BidenIsYourPOTUS Aug 13 '22

“WAKE UP! FEEL STUPID YET?” No. Do you?

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️🐆 🐿️ Aug 13 '22

on their own one-way train ride.

. . . and all the conductors were hungry viral 🐆 🐆 🐆.

"Lungs Tickets, please."

Nom nom nom.

(This brings a whole new meaning to the "dining car.")

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u/Empigee Aug 13 '22

That first one doesn't even make sense. Packing everyone into a camp would make the virus spread more quickly.

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u/A-man-of-mystery Covidious Albion Aug 14 '22

You've put more thought into that than any of them ever did.

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u/bErinGPleNty Because Other People Matter Too Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

We've seen hundreds of these stories - from the hostile and arrogant political posts through the shock of discovery that "COVID is no joke," and on to the endless details of medical procedures and status reports during hospitalization. The friends and family suffer through it and turn to each other and whatever faith they've got in their desperation, and we imagine the struggle of the no longer hostile and arrogrant poster trying simply to breathe....day after day after day as organs die, staff grow exhausted, and loved ones lose hope. And then these heart-rending goodbyes. No matter how awful, these people were loved by someone.

I'm as happy as anyone that our HCA winners won't be voting again and that the lies and distortions they helped spread are stopped. But what a price they pay, they and their loved ones.

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u/Boldpoker1085 Aug 13 '22

I get where you’re coming from, but. I’m finding joy in the the pain everyone of these families are experiencing because of these a$$holes willing stupidity. Pre-Vaccine, while COVID was raging my dad had to be put into a nursing home. Because of my heart disease I could not risk visiting him due to the risk of catching COVID. Finally my sister said, you have to go see him he’s going to die in a few days. I did and he passed (not due to COVID). The unwillingness of these F$ckers to have one ounce of concern for the public good and their aggressive stupidity, Which has prolonged the crisis we’re in way longer than was necessary, yeah I relish in their sorrow. The sharing of the Holocaust memes, too is so appalling. I find the HCA’s so cathartic, and salute all of the people who find these chuckle F&cks.

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u/dsrmpt Aug 13 '22

Por que no los dos?

That's what I love about the HCAs, the gleeful schadenfreude, the empathetic sorrow, the raging highs and the devastating lows. It really is a rollercoaster of emotions.

The HCAs are both tragic and funny. Humans have been seeking that form of entertainment for centuries, even millennia. We watched as Romeo and Juliet both suicide due to love and incomplete information, we watch as the bull taunts and attacks the bullfighter as the bullfighter taunts and attacks the bull.

Watching an animal bleed to death before your very eyes is objectively appalling, same as watching a HCA recipient making references to Auschwitz, but we still love the dance.

It is the experience of these complex emotions intertwined all wrapped up in a simple narrative that is so appealing and cathartic, and HCAs nail it perfectly.

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u/bErinGPleNty Because Other People Matter Too Aug 14 '22 edited Aug 14 '22

I hear you. And I agree about the Holocaust memes. There's just no other word but appalling.

When I hear accounts like your family's, it does help me to see these HCAs and know there's some small measure of justice in the universe - that the people who put everyone else through this are experiencing it themselves, directly and despite everyone else's best efforts to save them from themselves. Chucklef&cks indeed.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

Yes they do indeed pay a severe price. And yet, they learn nothing.

This is how the universe works and we've been trying to tell them for, hang on, let me check my watch, centuries.

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u/grateful-biped Aug 13 '22

Tuff Boys Running the Street They just want some Cheap Beer …

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u/PrestigiousGrade7874 In God and ivermectin we trust Aug 13 '22

Oh shit- slide 6! Tow truck guy!

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u/Eliteguard999 Aug 13 '22

This sub is always a pick me up.

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u/BidenIsYourPOTUS Aug 13 '22

That “Tell M come now” post from an awardee is chilling.

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u/Blablasarcasm 🗣Olly, Olly, oxygenfree🫁 Aug 13 '22

What compassionate, kind, loving, Christian, good hearted people they were.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

Love your flair!

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u/Perigee-Apogee Get the Jabby-Jabby Aug 13 '22

#7 what does the person need help with?

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u/ganonpig HCA Historian Aug 13 '22

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u/tejaco Grandpa was in Antifa, but they called it the U.S. Army Aug 13 '22

Wow. Mostly good spelling and grammar and amazingly powerful writing.

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u/Special_Ed2018 Aug 13 '22

Sad how the Dems got to the HCA winner and he was forced to spread pro-vax propaganda. If only he had asked for prayers sooner.

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 14 '22

History may yet repeat itself. Coming into the time last year where cases surged, overloaded hospitals, holiday gatherings infected multiple family members. One thing is clear, these folks don't modify behavior much.

Segway to fall

Summer's going fast, nights growing colder. Children growing up old friends growing older. Time stand still. If only. Farewell Niel Peart.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Aug 13 '22

If you look at the charts, the surge happened every year right after back to school.

The only exception being spring of 2020 and late winter of 2022.

Oh look! The CDC relaxed the guidelines and less than 35% of the population has had its 3rd booster and only 60% have had two shots.

Well this will end well!

(excellent quote by the way!)

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u/tomdurkin Aug 13 '22

"Surrendered months before" would be more accurate.

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u/duff-223 Aug 13 '22

2 1 10-4 2

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u/Estoye Team Moderna Aug 13 '22

This compilation has a Heavy Heart Score of: 2

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u/nope108108 J&J One-And-Done Aug 13 '22

Number 16: “FEEL STUPID YET!!!”

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Aug 14 '22

Got to love how they just take for granted that a stranger online who describes themself as "a nurse" actually is one.

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u/beek7419 Aug 14 '22

Where the heck do they think the dems are running? I got my “virus protection” at CVS, and they “held” me for all of 5 minutes after giving me the shot. On the other hand, I’ve been in the hospital many times, and being stuck in the hospital for months on end can feel like imprisonment. If only there were something they could do to avoid that. 🙄

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u/Interesting_Novel997 Quantum Professor - Team Bivalent Booster Aug 14 '22

“Sudden”, “Unexpected”, “I still can’t believe it!”… Really??? 🧐🤨🤷🏻‍♀️

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u/TheOtherDutchGuy Aug 14 '22

“The largest study yet on the therapeutic power of prayer by strangers has found that it provided no benefit to the recovery of patients who had undergone cardiac bypass surgery.

In an unexpected twist, patients who knew prayers were being said for them had more complications after surgery than those who did not know”

I think it also may not help with Covid, but I can understand the comfort it may give them…

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u/new0527 Aug 14 '22

2 "do" to COVID. 🙄

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u/vermhat0 Aug 13 '22

ironically, they are definitely burning in hell 💀

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u/PsychologicalGain298 Aug 13 '22

I was hoping to see a comment on the 5th slide that just "have".

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u/Candymanshook Aug 14 '22

It’s almost sickening that people can’t seperate measures to keep YOU safe and contrast them with measures to literally exterminate people.

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u/ActiveEntertainer620 Nothing to be done Aug 14 '22

Feel stupid yet? Maybe, but it’s still better than being dead.

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u/motherofcats112 Aug 14 '22

The ”nurse” claiming hearts explode from the injection. How do people actually believe in such obvious bs?

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u/NoWolvesAllowed Aug 13 '22

I pray for these people and their families. While it’s clear some of them may not have been the best of people, I wish COVID upon no one. I hope all their family are able to find peace in time. If you haven’t, go get fucking vaxxed. This Covid shit is no joke.