r/HermanCainAward Go Give One Sep 05 '22 Wholesome 1 Table Slap 1 Hermie 1 Silver 1 Helpful 2

Kentucky Blue was a pharmacist who hated lockdowns and loved to share #jokes about covid. Turns out covid is no joke, and he collected his award last night. Awarded

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u/frx919 💉 Clots & Tears 💦 Sep 05 '22

You do you and I'll do me. That's how it works in America.

Guess he followed his own "if you don't like ... then leave" advice and voluntary quit because of COVID.

Now that's sticking to your principles!

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u/JackShaftoe616 Team Pfizer Sep 05 '22

Man I've heard of flouncing out of a community but that's something else.

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u/InsertCoinForCredit Team Pfizer Sep 05 '22

You do you and I’ll do me. That’s how it works in America.

...unless it comes to abortions, then he'd browbeat you into keeping the baby.

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u/Vuelhering ✨🇺🇸 Let's Go Darwin 🇺🇸✨ Sep 05 '22 Take My Energy

Browbeat? No, he'd literally jail the pregnant woman until she gave birth. Then he'd turn them out on the street, homeless and unemployed, and bitch about her getting government aid.

Thankfully, he can no longer vote.

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u/The_estimator_is_in Sep 06 '22

Thankfully, he can no longer vote.

Sweet summer child - you haven't met our good friends at the GOP yet, I see.

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u/Phantom_Pain_Sux Sep 05 '22

...unless it comes to abortions, then he'd browbeat you into keeping the baby.

Question..

Did he fill the Plan B prescriptions or just gave the woman a religious track and asked "would you like to learn about your Lord and Savior JC"?

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u/slayden70 Sep 05 '22

Yeah they really are too dumb to see their own hypocrisy. "No vaccine! My body, my rules!" Then they follow it with anti-abortion crap.

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u/InsertCoinForCredit Team Pfizer Sep 05 '22

Conservatives don't care about hypocrisy. Their core belief is "Anything I do is acceptable (because I am a good person), and anything you do is not acceptable (because you are a bad person)". And the only criteria for being a "good person" is if you are the same race/gender/religion/etc. as they are.

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u/Slippydippytippy Sep 06 '22

Dude wants fake papers but would burst a blood vessel at the idea of immigrants getting them.

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u/ExpiredExasperation Sep 05 '22

But surely his notion of freedom also means supporting LGBT peop... oh, no? Shocking.

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u/TheMicMic Sep 05 '22

This is what amazes me most of all about this HCA winner.

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u/M4A1STAKESAUCE Urine God’s hands 🙌 Sep 05 '22 edited Sep 05 '22

Now it's "you do you, he did him. That's how it works in a novice viral pandemic in America".

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u/randynumbergenerator ☠Did My Research: 1984-2021 Sep 05 '22

That's how it works in a novice viral pandemic

God help us all when COVID goes pro.

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u/NomadTroy Sep 05 '22

Not before costing his family & taxpayers untold amounts of money because of his stupidity. Guess all those consequences are just limited to him.

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u/uncle_chubb_06 Blood Donor 🩸 Sep 05 '22

I had my first vaccine 18 months ago, I can't believe people are still dying unvaccinated like this. A pharmacist as well!

Wish we had a few more redemptions, TBH.

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u/ShadedKnight Go Give One Sep 05 '22

I keep my eyes open, but every possible redemption I've seen just goes back to posting garbage the moment they're out of the hospital unfortunately.

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u/tiny_rick_tr Sep 05 '22

My friend’s anti-vax TEACHER mom was in the hospital on a ventilator with covid and when she got home she said “see, my immunity system works fine”.

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u/limefreezepop Sep 05 '22

Holy fuck, please tell me she teaches adults and not children /: That's absolutely terrifying.

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u/tiny_rick_tr Sep 05 '22

Elementary school children 😬

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u/[deleted] Sep 05 '22

oh no, thats fucked up.

shes gonna turn the children into dumbasses.

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u/Everybodysbastard Sep 05 '22

Assuming she doesn't turn them into corpses.

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u/[deleted] Sep 05 '22

true lmao.

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u/liontamarin Sep 05 '22

Honestly, elementary school teachers generally don't have the time to indoctrinate a student with anti-vax bullshit.

Not only will the kids not understand it or believe it (they're going to believe literally anything their parents tell them), but the teacher has to teach like 6 subjects every day.

I worked for one year teaching an elective in an elementary school. I felt bad for those classroom teachers who were just exhausted trying to keep up.

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u/Phantom_Pain_Sux Sep 05 '22

when she got home she said “see, my immunity system works fine”.

Damn, I wanna downvote just because of her ignorant azz 🤬

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u/luckyintrovert Sep 05 '22

The term “dead cat bounce” comes to mind for some reason…

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u/randynumbergenerator ☠Did My Research: 1984-2021 Sep 05 '22

Excuse me, that's an insult to dead cats.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Sep 05 '22

Not posting any more anti-vax stuff is as close as any of mine ever come. If they get vaccinated, they keep it a secret.

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u/RedditOnANapkin Sep 05 '22

It's bizarre to me too. I couldn't wait to get vaccinated and boosted and I'm ready to go with this new vaccine. Meanwhile you still have people who haven't gotten shot #1.

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u/seekingoutside Sep 05 '22

Damn it feels good to be alive without a ventilator shoved down my throat (the only thing they like shoved down their throat is Trump's little mushroom dong).

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u/wwaxwork Sep 05 '22 edited Sep 05 '22 Starry

These are the assholes refusing to sell birth control and plan b to women, because they should face the consequences of their actions, so i am super fine with them seeing the consequences of theirs.

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u/timeup Sep 05 '22

I work in healthcare.

This happens a lot, especially with mid level specialties. I've met a dozen or so RNs that are anti vax and they use their credentials as a reason you should trust them.

I also use the same computers on the hospital unit as them and I can see their Google search auto fills... It's hilarious. Just because you're in healthcare doesn't mean you know anything.

I'm not bashing nurses, it's all professions. The great majority are fantastic angels from heaven but some of them... It's sad.

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u/Sasquatch1729 Team Sinovac Sep 05 '22

It's similar to military people who believe in conspiracy theories.

They somehow don't get that 1) you are the "big government" the tin foil hatters are talking about, 2) we literally can't fly a plane without civilians noticing it and posting about it and you think we're doing alien autopsies and other crap, 3) a lot of our training doesn't require a lot of theory, so really dense people can do the actions while believing in something else. For example, people who think that the Earth is flat can still fix aircraft while believing in a theory that, if true, means the plane would not work (if the Earth were flat, none of the satellites would fly, so none of the satellite comms or GPS would work). They can still work in a shop even if their beliefs are messed up and contradict their job.

I imagine nursing/pharmacy is similar.

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u/pewpewpewp84 Sep 05 '22

That's called an appeal to authority fallacy I believe. Also dunning-kruger applies here as well.

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u/ColetteThePanda Sep 05 '22

All professions... it still blows my mind that people I know that play in bar bands... don't wanna get vaxxed.

Dudes... we deal with DRUNKS IN BARS on the regular, I'd want all the protection I can get against unwashed masses spit-yelling FREEBORD!!! at me.

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u/Jim_Macdonald Bet you won't share! Sep 05 '22

A pharmacist as well!

Bet he wouldn't sell you Plan B, either.

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u/blood_vein Sep 05 '22

The show superstore really put it as it is with the pharmacist

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u/Flahdagal Darwin take the wheel Sep 05 '22

Urgent prayers requested. By you -- I'm out here having a nature walk smelling these flowers. These folks and their backgrounds.

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u/surfdad67 Go Give One Sep 05 '22

Well who else is going to smell the flowers? The dude who has Covid can’t smell anything

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u/carritlover Sep 05 '22

No, but he's pushing them up now.

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u/Driftedryan Sep 05 '22

You do you and praying for you isn't me doing me so good luck

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u/Goose_o7 I am The TOOTH FAIRY! Sep 05 '22

Urgent prayers requested. By you -- I'm out here having a nature walk smelling these flowers. These folks and their backgrounds.

I was waiting for the Marching Hot Dog and Cupcake of the infamous 4th of July background, but I guess this equally inappropriate choice will have to do.

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u/csonnich Sep 05 '22

It's lack of awareness all the way down.

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u/Blablasarcasm 🐞LadyBug2: 2Lady 2Bug🐞🐞🙏 Sep 05 '22

🎉🎊My uncle dad passed away last night 🥳🎉😂

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u/Valid_Username_56 Sep 05 '22

He should have researched the survival chances for overweight bearded conservatives instead of the overall average.

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u/Everybodysbastard Sep 05 '22

Having radio host on your resume seems to be a huge co-morbidity.

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u/reddrick Sep 05 '22

I originally assumed all the conservative radio hosts where vaccinated and lying about it like fox news hosts, but they kept dying.

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u/DavidXN Go Give One Sep 05 '22

Someone on here explained it earlier in the pandemic - the “conservative radio host” position is the highest tier before the grift starts. They believe what they’re saying - everyone else above them knows you actually have to get vaccinated while fleecing everyone and telling them how bad it is

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u/reddrick Sep 05 '22

It must be at least sort of a blurry line at that level. There seem to be enough of them that are in on the grift like Alex Jones.

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u/teh_drewski Sep 06 '22

Once you go national star like Jones you are 100% grifting, it's the local talk radio idiots who are still drinking the FlavorAid

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u/Thomas_Mickel Sep 05 '22

Why do they all dress and look the same? Is there some sort of dress code or meeting they have to decide?

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u/csonnich Sep 05 '22

tHey'RE rEbeLs!

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u/Jay-Dee-British Schrödinger's Prayer warrior Sep 05 '22

Tribal affiliation - humans, even ones who think they are more special than others, tend to group into 'tribes'. Cult leaders use this to their advantage. This is the same thing.

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u/kakapo88 Say Hello to Mr. ECMO Sep 05 '22

When you’ve got Sky Daddy and prayers behind you, then you are a precious special snowflake. Fancy math and statistics don’t apply to snowflakes, as each one is unique.

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u/ALurkerForcedToLogin Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

One less potential trump voter I guess.

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u/captainthanatos Sep 05 '22

I keep telling my wife that i think these places, especially red states, are underestimating how many red voters have been killed by Covid.

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u/RedditOnANapkin Sep 05 '22

Yes but there's still a lot of R voters alive. Trump got 74 million votes in 2020.

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u/totpot Sep 05 '22

In Nov 2020, most of the deaths were blue areas. That flipped after the election. In recent local elections, analysts have noted that for D wins, it's not just anger about Roe fueling the D vote but also the fact that many R voters have mysteriously stopped voting.

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u/CardinalPeeves Sep 05 '22

Wasn't it also determined that in 2020, some R voters managed to cast their ballots from beyond the mortal realm?

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u/Special_Ed2018 Sep 05 '22

Yes, but that was a preemptive, patriotic effort since MAGAts knew that Dems were going to cheat by double voting and voting as corpses. Since they were the only ones caught doing it, we just tickled their wrists, though they threw the book at the one Dem who voted by accident twice in TX. She was black, though, so she needs to think about her treasonous mistake in jail for a while, I guess.

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u/seekingoutside Sep 05 '22

There was a dude in Colorado who murdered his wife and then cast a ballot in her name for Trump. Whenever I was arguing with idiot trumpers online I would link to the article and say "Here's how easy it was for the good for nothing Dems to cheat at the election" and not one single fucking response when they got clickbaited into a story about it being a Trump voter. Funny how that works.

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u/FecalToothpaste Sep 05 '22

I may be mistaken but I don't think she voted twice if it's the one I'm thinking of. She was a convicted felon who wasn't eligible to vote but was told she was eligible to vote so she voted and was then arrested for voting illegally and sentenced to something like 5 years for being given the wrong information.

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u/bak3donh1gh Sep 05 '22

and there was some white woman who knew she couldn't vote as a felon, did so, and got a slap on the wrist. At pretty much the same time.

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u/Draker-X Sep 05 '22

According to Worldometers: 828,445 Americans have died of COVID since Nov. 3, 2020 (Election Day).

  1. That's almost certainly an undercount.
  2. Well more than 50% of those, I'm guessing, are older, unvaxxed people- i.e. reliable Republican voters.

Depending on the distribution of those voters, it could well make a difference in close elections.

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u/GrayEidolon Sep 05 '22

For a single precinct, just dozens of votes can determine the outcome.

So every left leaner needs to vote!

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u/captainthanatos Sep 05 '22

There are still a lot of voters, but these deaths spread out through various districts will undercut the gerrymandering the GOP has in place. I don’t think they’ve accounted for it in their maps.

The other thing of note is that someone like Desantis didn’t win by a large margin and if unaccounted for could go the other way for him.

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u/mywhataniceham Sep 05 '22 Starry

that’s worth celebrating🎉 this guy would vote against: universal health care importing cheaper drugs from canada a woman’s right to choose teaching kids actual us history prison and judicial reform early voting and mail in voting background checks and all gun safety measures basically - he votes against your life and kids lives

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u/sloshedbanker Sep 05 '22

Even more than that, as a pharmacist in Kentucky, he was probably the type to deny women plan B and Misoprostol. The women of Kentucky are 1 less whackjob safer

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u/PitBull53 Sep 05 '22

Sadly, two of the biggest whack jobs in Kentucky are in the Senate.

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u/EffortAcrobatic1322 Sep 05 '22

He will never know if trump gets reinstated or arrested, what a shame.

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u/Redshoe9 Sep 05 '22

This is maybe the saddest realization about dying. All the cool stuff people will miss. My grandma died a month after I taught her how to use WebTV to send emails. She thought it was amazing. I can’t imagine how kind blown she would be to see how we use tech today.

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u/witteefool Sep 05 '22

My grandpa worked at NASA on the original “internet.” He wrote in his journal about how amazing it would be to send information instantly worldwide. Unfortunately by the time the internet was available to consumers his eyesight wasn’t quite good enough to manage computer screens. I think he would have loved Wikipedia. And Shazam, he was always asking my mom what song he was thinking of as he hummed it.

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u/TheOilyHill Sep 05 '22

you do know he's going to be voting from the grave, right? especially in KY.

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u/purplegladys2022 Sep 05 '22

Don't be too hasty, I'm sure there's a family member out there willing to mail in his forbidden mail in ballot marked straight ticket R because "that's what he would have wanted."

So many Republiqans got busted doing just that in 2020 that the GQP thought they had all the proof they needed to cry election fraud.

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u/Xx_Khepri_xX Sep 05 '22

We know for sure one who isn't going to be turning over in his grave.

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u/Gardener703 Sep 05 '22

He had no grave, Lieutenant Dan.

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u/ganonpig HCA Historian Sep 05 '22

Can't wait to put that first meme in a compilation

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u/ShadedKnight Go Give One Sep 05 '22

A few classics in this one for sure.

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u/tomdurkin Sep 05 '22

Including Candeath. She must really hate trump voters.

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u/ur_sine_nomine Go Give One Sep 05 '22

The peace doves on the death notice are perfect.

(I suspect that the forced permanent shutting of the piehole finally left some of the readers in peace).

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u/Thesheriffisnearer Sep 05 '22

It didn't even make sense the way they want it to. Their claim is 99%or whatever will survive it. The fact it so highly contagious means we'll all get it

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u/frx919 💉 Clots & Tears 💦 Sep 05 '22

I thought Candeath was wearing a straitjacket in that pic.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Sep 05 '22

You can dream...

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u/csonnich Sep 05 '22

I thought she was outing herself as Dr. Evil's successor.

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u/iambicman 🪦 Designated HCA Headstone Engraver 🪦 Sep 05 '22 Bravo!

epitaph

I bet you living jokers can't resist
A joke about a non-vax pharmacist.
My joking ended just the way you see.
You do you, 'cuz I'm all done doing me.

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u/covid_angle Sep 05 '22

Welcome you all to my pharmacy

Where you do you and I'll do me

Come back tomorrow and then we'll see

oops I'm dead after line 3

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u/ArashikageX Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

In the afterlife:

Pharmacist: “Did I own the libs? Did I do well?”

Lucifer: “What in the Kentucky Fried fuck? No! You’re a goddamned moron!”

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u/captainhaddock I shed only the finest Moderna spike proteins. Sep 05 '22

Someone gave the death notice a thumbs up.

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u/leamanc Sep 05 '22

I know I give it two thumbs up.

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u/SnooStrawberries8174 Sep 05 '22

Yet another medical professional that cared little about medicine or science. Strange to get into a profession and not really believe in it?

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u/SignificantName59 Sep 05 '22

They went into it for money. And that's the scariest part to me.

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u/[deleted] Sep 05 '22

I'm having a hard time believing he was actually a pharmacist and not pharmacy tech.

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u/MyUncleToby Sep 05 '22

Take that, libtards with your tyrannical masks and science!

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u/FearSkyDaddy Biological Ware Fare Sep 05 '22

I have been owned by memes, hatred and rhetoric! Oh the lamenting I must do! I will never get over the depths of these logic traps! Oh sorrow! And I’m gonna order breakfast now.. mmm breakfast

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u/BroadwayJoeFYVM Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

I'm so owned, I feel like a timeshare. Trumpies have to book me six months in advance in hopes of getting me to react to thei..... oh, wait. Another one died from COVID again? Guess that means I've got some free time on Thursday. I'll go get some ice cream while its relatives plan a funeral and scrub its FB page.

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u/kakapo88 Say Hello to Mr. ECMO Sep 05 '22 edited Sep 05 '22

It was hardly worth it this morning to kidnap some children for their blood. And satanic offerings to the golden statue of Soros just didn’t give me the usual buzz. It’s terrible. My day is ruined.

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u/boofdahpoo130 Sep 05 '22

Part that I don't get is this guy WAS a scientist, or at least had to have some degree of medical science to become a pharmacist. WTF is it science-denying medical professionals like this goober?

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Sep 05 '22

I feel so owned right now...

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u/bjanas Sep 05 '22

I'm just fascinated by the people who did everything they could to refuse to undertake any curve flattening on their end then complaining "see? It didn't work!"

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u/dumdodo Sep 05 '22

Can't believe this guy was a pharmacist.

He even posted a meme with an even more outlandish claim than most of these idiots claimed: chances are 99.62% that you won't get it.

That's not a 99.62% chance you won't die. It's a 99.62% chance YOU WON'T GET IT.

Witch Doctor School of Pharmacy. Hogwarts removed their accreditation.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Sep 05 '22

I'd hate to think that any woman who needed Plan B might have walked into his pharmacy.

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u/Miichl80 King of jazz hands 👐 Sep 05 '22

Don’t worry. They’re walking on his grave now

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u/carritlover Sep 05 '22

I thought the exact thing!

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u/Resident_Sorbet5944 Murder Porn Chain Letter 💌 Sep 05 '22

It’s KY, what’d ya expect…?

These are the same people who don’t want anyone from “shithole countries” coming here. They need to look around their own yard and re-evaluate their life.

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u/boofdahpoo130 Sep 05 '22

Exactly. Same people who re-elected McConnell. 🐢

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u/dumdodo Sep 05 '22

Good caves.

Some good mtns.

Good whitewater.

Beautiful rolling farmland.

Some pretty odd people ruining it unfortunately.

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u/kms2547 Sep 05 '22

If the lockdown worked the first time why are we having another?

If the lockdown didn't work the first time why are we having another?

Christ. Imagine being this stupid.

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u/leamanc Sep 05 '22

Slide 15: He’s dying of Covid, please stop to smell the flowers!

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u/Alaeriia Team Pfizer Sep 05 '22

Yeah, that background suggests the poster didn't particularly like our KY pharmacist.

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u/ShadedKnight Go Give One Sep 05 '22

Suggests, but they were definitely sharing a lot of the same garbage he was. A more likely explanation is to chalk it up to bitmoji fails.

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u/rmads1983 Sep 05 '22 Snek

If you finally came to the realization that Covid is no joke, then keep your mask on.

If you don’t want your kids learning about slavery, then homeschool your kids.

If your local restaurant has a Pride flag on display, then eat at home.

YoU dO yOu AnD I’lL dO mE.

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u/Estoye Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

℞.I.P.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Sep 05 '22

Oh, well done you for finding this!

I spotted the friend's posts but his seemed fairly innocuous when I clicked on the links. You must have found his personal page rather than his business Facebook.

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u/ShadedKnight Go Give One Sep 05 '22

It's weird, if you were to search his page for covid posts via the search function you'd find next to nothing interesting. The guy posted a lot of covid stats early on in the pandemic and then some switch flipped and he went wild and none of these memes showed up except via manual searching.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Sep 05 '22

That switch flipping seems to have happened to a lot of them in mid 2021.

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u/Megz2k Sep 05 '22

God these ppl are disgusting and smug right up to the very end. No compassion here.

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u/HermanCainShow Team AstraZeneca Sep 05 '22

He sure showed them libtards, dying of a preventable disease like a medieval peasant.

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u/alanamil Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

I bet there are more people who voted for trump turning in their graves than those that voted for biden

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u/secondarycontrol Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

...and just like that, the world seems a nicer place today.

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u/SignificantName59 Sep 05 '22

Serious Question: these guys know the lockdowns were over after like a month, right?

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u/ZombieZookeeper Sep 05 '22

I still don't get why Governor Beshear cares about these folks. A group of white nationalists went right up to his front door to threaten him, then they got pissy when a fence was built.

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u/Lynda73 Sep 05 '22

Because we’re Kentuckians. And we’re going to get through this, together. Seriously, he’s a democrat, so he has to walk a fine line, and he’s done an excellent job. That’s why he’s so popular.

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u/ZombieZookeeper Sep 05 '22

"But Andy's a dictator! Hurr hurrr"

Unfortunately, due to the poor state of public education in the state, I doubt he gets reelected. Especially with McConnell's protege set up to run.

Hopefully Savannah Maddux gets laughed out of the race quickly. The same supremacists who threatened Andy sought her out for selfies.

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u/Lynda73 Sep 05 '22

Daniel Cameron messed up the Breonna Taylor case first thing, and he’s got being black working against him (just saying, for KY - I’m definitely voting Booker for senate), so I REALLY hope not, but you never know. Beshear does have the highest approval rate of any Dem Gov in the nation. And the Trump candidates haven’t been doing well, overall.

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u/ZombieZookeeper Sep 05 '22

I have a Booker sign, but a neighbor flying a Fuck Biden flag. Dude takes it down regularly, but it reappears; I think he washes and irons it.

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u/MorganaHenry Sep 05 '22

when a fence was built.

or was it ...a WALL?

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u/A-man-of-mystery Covidious Albion Sep 05 '22

Whatever it was, I doubt Mexico paid for it.

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u/schleepybunny Unvaxxed and Vented? Sounds SUS! Sep 05 '22

Ah i see the fall wave is starting as expected. Expect to see more activity on this sub as winter comes around, and the recent political vitriol due to midterms riles these hogs up.

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u/Garyf1982 Sep 05 '22

Slide 13. “You do you, I’ll do me”. I guess he was right about that.

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u/EloquentEvergreen Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

Sad part of this… I am absolutely certain there is a depressingly high number of people that actually do trust Dr. Pepper more than Dr. Fauci. Especially in Kentucky…

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u/bErinGPleNty Because Other People Matter Too Sep 05 '22

Don't worry too much. They're sure of their superiority right up to the moment somebody has to call 911 for them..

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u/covid_angle Sep 05 '22

Today is day 175 of the 14 days to flatten the curve

(slide 3)

This is always so infuriating. If assholes had cooperated, the curve would have flattened. By slide 15 (announcing that this asshole got covid) I'm that woman in the slide sniffing a flower, thinking all is right in the world.

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u/MuuaadDib Quantum Healer Sep 05 '22

One does not dance with Candeath and merely walk away.

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u/socialist_frzn_milk Sep 05 '22

Good. One less medical “professional” poisoning the minds of family members with misinformation.

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u/GroundhogShellyB Sep 05 '22

Yeah I’m a pharmacist myself and it’s horrifying a pharmacist would joke about fake vaccine papers (or not understand vaccines, or not dispense birth control, or not dispense methotrexate for an ectopic, the list goes on sadly).

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u/ksam3 Go Give One Sep 05 '22

That post should have prompted an investigation. He flat out says he's on board with fake papers and I would argue that he was in fact advertising his "services" since most people got their vax via local pharmacies. Even now, any vax cards that he signed should be reviewed. What pharmacy did he work at? Is any other employee committing fraud and falsifying federal documents? This facebook post was not amusing in any way at all.

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u/KitschenWench Sep 05 '22

Eh, another dead transphobe and misogynist. Leaving the world no poorer.

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u/Miichl80 King of jazz hands 👐 Sep 05 '22 edited Sep 05 '22

You know normally we say things like, “he’s in a better place,” but I think we’re now in the better place.

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u/MasterOfKittens3K Single Female Lawyer - Having lots of sex! Sep 05 '22

He left the world a better place by removing himself from it.

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u/mistressofnone Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

No great loss.

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u/karmaghost Sep 05 '22

Slide 14 with the Pelosi sign is a local beer distributor in Western PA. I believe the sign is photoshopped (or they may have just made another one) as it originally had PA Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine’s name. Dr Levine is a trans woman who was since picked by President Biden as assistant secretary for health in the Department of Health and Human Services.

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u/fruit_meat Sep 05 '22

Imagine using Calvin Candie - plantation owner, slave holder, unrepentant peddler of racist pseudoscience and proud meter of inhuman cruelty from Django Unchained - to show everyone how right and clever you are. That was his idea of someone we should all laugh along with.

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u/Ok-Low6320 Sep 05 '22

A pharmacist, FFS.

Locally, we have this one particular guy who's anti-every single COVID precaution. Professionally, he's a respiratory therapist, and he'll go out of his way to highlight that when he's assaulting your ears/sensibilities.

Dude... that doesn't make you sound more credible, it makes you look professionally incompetent.

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u/x575446 Sep 05 '22

Colonel Sanders Looking MF: "You do you and I'll do me."

COVID: "Mmmmm, finger-licking good."

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u/JaunteeChapeau What does it mean when a groundhog dies? Sep 05 '22

"You do you and I'll do me". "Ok, I'll get an abortion and get gay married and you don't have to do either if you choose not to." "NOT LIKE THAT YOU TYRANT!!1!"

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u/Doumtabarnack Sep 05 '22 edited Sep 05 '22

It's even worse when it comes from a healthcare professional who is supposed to be scientifically litterate. Some however develop a god complex in time and believe their professional opinion to be worth more than meta-analyses.

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u/Lynda73 Sep 05 '22

Scary when you consider pharmacists were/are in charge of administering the vaccine. I got mine at CVS. Hope it wasn’t this dude!

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u/MattyDoodles Sep 05 '22

The former tech over my hospitals Covid vaccine rollout was SUPER antivax. She constantly ran her stupid mouth about how horrible the vaccines were, she wasn’t going to get one, etc.

She submitting a Covid card to management on a Monday morning, (as I was present getting my weekly report) stating she got the shot at CVS Thursday evening. Our facility sent an email at the start of vaccinations that all staff MUST be vaccinated at the job site, no exceptions. She gets furious that my manager would not accept her card, management doesn’t budge, stated she was the head of the Covid rollout and was told “multiple times”, and everyone got an email, that they must get the shot at work. She’s a psycho, slams the card down, storms off and states she’s leaving for the day, “I can’t deal with this disrespect”, but has to grab her purse. About a half hour later she rolls through the middle of the pharmacy ranting about “mu freedumbs”, staff pretty much ignore her as she’s one of the dumbest techs we had and got the Covid job because nobody wanted to touch it with a 50ft pole.

30 minutes later, an all staff email comes across how she’s no longer employed.

This absolute stupid fuck, after slamming the card didn’t look at it throughly, our hospital printed them and though looking identical to the stock cards, on the bottom of the cards they had our address on them in fine print. When my manager looked at it, her eyes get HUGE, then she asks me to step out as she grabs the phone. I’m a snoopy ass and she called security!

Turns out in the time this dumb dumb took to “grab her purse”, she went into the secured area we kept these cards and grabbed a bunch, assume it’s was for family/friends/church members as she stupidly mentioned weeks before how people were selling blank cards online for $100+ a pop! Hospital security stopped her, discovered the cards, and she was perp walked out of the facility by the police. I didn’t see that, but wish I had!

No idea what, if any charges she faced, but she moved to the other side of the country and worked as a stock clerk at a Publix, as a few coworkers followed her on Facebook, and I was present when my director contacted the holder of her national certification and restricted the thing. She can’t work in any hospital as a certified tech anymore.

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u/ur_sine_nomine Go Give One Sep 05 '22

I am having the opposite problem at work (a couple of managerial types who have decided, unilaterally, that any opinion about anything not directly related to work is shut down, sometimes spectacularly rudely) but this is certainly infinitely worse.

Kudos for your director for preventing her working in the field. I have sometimes wished we could do the same thing in IT (there is no licensing and anyone can be an “IT consultant”).

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u/Lynda73 Sep 05 '22

Omg!!! She should have gone to jail for that!

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u/MattyDoodles Sep 05 '22

She did, initially, but not sure if any charges were pressed, as management was mum on it and I work at one of the worst hospitals that doesn’t want negative press. Glad she’s pretty much blackballed from pharmacy though.

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u/josephlied Sep 05 '22

Darwin! For the WIN!

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u/spaceyjaycey Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

Covid got the last laugh.

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u/piefelicia4 Sep 05 '22

The boomer avatar just casually taking time to stop and smell the flowers while smiling as her dear friend’s lungs collapse. 💀

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u/95strat Sep 05 '22

If you don’t like vaccines, then don’t get the shot.

You die and I’ll do me. That’s how it works in America.

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u/FPOWorld Sep 05 '22

99.62% of us did get it, but unlike Covid, almost all of us remain unaffected…is what I would say to him if he were still alive 💀

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u/MageMasher_Online Sep 05 '22

Bruh

It took him at least 4 days to merit his award

I guess we didn’t storm heaven fast enough

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u/NMVPCP Go Give One Sep 05 '22

That last slide… Slowly claps

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u/hossbonaventure15 Sep 05 '22

Candace Owens is the grim reaper

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u/Pangolin27 Sep 05 '22

There were about 10 people celebrating his unoriginal, tired old memes. I wonder if they’re still 😂 now.

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u/AgentEntropy Sep 05 '22

Unvaccinated pharmacist rolls over and dies from Omicron, 2.5 years into pandemic.

We don't respect him for being so stupid; MAGA-heads won't respect him for being so weak.

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u/DruggistJames Sep 05 '22

As a pharmacist myself, it's one thing to be an idiot. It's another to be a HCP that people trust and respect. I can't imagine how many people he influenced to not get the vaccine. This is makes me really mad.

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u/luckyintrovert Sep 05 '22

Ok, slide 1 made me chuckle. But then, I’m vaccinated and didn’t die.

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u/mmps901 Hunter Biden's Deep State Nanobot Sep 05 '22

That’s the goatee of death

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u/bErinGPleNty Because Other People Matter Too Sep 05 '22

A pharmacist. He should have had better sources of information than social media. But at least the far right is better at killing off its own than at harming others. Hopefully it will be enough to keep them from destroying the nation.

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u/NotOriginal92 Sep 05 '22

New pharmacist job opening!

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u/Glittering-Cellist34 Sep 05 '22

Nancy Pelosi is still alive! He is not.

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u/perestroika12 Sep 05 '22

Getting my updated booster in a week, thanks to these posts. Thank you for your service mr Kentucky.

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u/RayRayTX1 Sep 05 '22

I keep thinking to myself people like him managed to last this long missing og covid then dodging Delta only get wasted by omicron after we've had vaccines available for over a year and a half. Omicron the variant that turned out being nothing more than a cold for those who were vaccinated and boosted when they caught it in January. And he worked in a pharmacy too.

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u/Perenium_Falcon Quantum Phone sanitizer Sep 05 '22

Last night I met up with my (also vaccinated) girlfriend and watched our dogs play on the river. We then bbq’d up some elk and drank wine while the sun set. We wrapped up the night in the hot tub and then made some other awesome choices.

Maybe around the time the dumbfuck was drowning in his own clam chowder filled lungs.

I feel super owned.

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u/littlestmedic Sep 05 '22

A pharmacist, of all people. I only worry about what kind of wild advice he was giving people if he had such a poor understanding of disease transmission and prevention

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u/witteefool Sep 05 '22

SEPTEMBER. He died THIS MONTH! How many of his friends and family had already died or become disabled during COVID? I don’t understand how you can think “COVID is a joke” for over 2 years!

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u/Kutas88 Sep 05 '22

Because it is Austin Powers, who was talking funny nonsense, I would find that first picture a bit funny, if the text wouldn't display the stupidity of these oxymorons. They don't even get a joke right.

99.62% OF WHAT?

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u/SignGuy77 Sep 05 '22

“Natural immunity is MY BAG, BABY!”

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u/Kutas88 Sep 05 '22

For one moment I felt like Austin had answered himself. I am still laughing. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

How about that scene? I think it fits like a glove

https://youtu.be/K7qEgs1BHa0

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u/TrashSea1485 Sep 05 '22

No fucking WAY was this dude a pharmacist.

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u/iiitme Sep 05 '22

My friend got her nursing degree a year into covid. She has been pushing against vaccines and masks and believes in all the conspiracies.

I’m like girl come on you’re supposed to be the level headed one here. I def wouldn’t trust her by my bedside. She’d try using ivermectin and prayer warriors before getting me actual medical help

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u/ShadedKnight Go Give One Sep 05 '22

Not only was this dude a pharmacist, he was a pharmacist at like 5 locations over the course of his time on facebook iirc.

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u/TrashSea1485 Sep 05 '22

I don't get it. It takes YEARS to be a pharmacist. Like, 4-6 years. I can't fathom coming out of college this stupid. How.

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u/captorofsin79 Sep 05 '22

Another loss for the prayer warriors

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u/WruceBayne03 Sep 05 '22

Nice touch on the last slide. This is the wildest sub I’m apart of

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u/ryfitadf Sep 05 '22

I thought about telling you a covid joke, but

*6 weeks and one ventilator later*

This covid aint no joke.

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u/BroadwayJoeFYVM Team Moderna Sep 05 '22

And guess who can't vote for their cult leader any more?

No pity for the willfully, hatefully ignorant.

No mercy for trumpy traitors.

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u/jimjam721 Sep 05 '22

When a pharmacist doesn’t understand flattening the curve then we are doomed. Then again it is Kentucky.

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u/Querch Sep 05 '22

Ooh, this awardee was a forced-birther and a transphobe. It makes the award all the more impactful.

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u/Worriedrph Sep 05 '22

In the old days it only required a bachelors degree. This guy looks old enough that he probably falls in that camp. For a couple decades now it requires a doctoral degree.

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u/EZasSundayMorning Sep 05 '22

As always they post this crap then beg for prayers when they are deathly sick.

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u/Suspicious-Hunt2235 Sep 05 '22

Um, pretty sure that those that voted for Biden skipped the dying part, since they more likely than not got vaccinated. 😁

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u/FarSpeed Sep 05 '22

This man had no positive qualities. The world is a better place without him.

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u/BigfootSF68 Sep 05 '22

Here I am listening to the sprinkler water the garden and smelling the flowers.

Being alive is pretty, pretty, pretty good.

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u/Fritzo2162 Sep 05 '22

My favorite part of those statistics is they’re different every time, but the CDC estimates nearly everyone on the planet has been exposed by now.

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u/ajbilz Sep 05 '22

Candeath!!!!!

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u/HandsomeSpider Sep 05 '22

Bye, Qelicia

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u/HoagieRehab Sep 05 '22

Slide 13. He “did himself”. That’s how it works in America.

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u/Tralan Sep 05 '22

Welp... one less righty tighty during election season.

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u/MercZ11 Sep 05 '22

Pharmacy schools can be challenging to get into, somewhat like medical schools. That all being considered, what a waste of a seat.