r/HermanCainAward Oct 23 '22 Wholesome 1

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u/Deathbeddit 🦆🦃🦢🦜🦆🦅🐓🦩 Oct 23 '22

Joe Manning, classic anti-vaccine misinfo spreader on social media, passed away after short bout of Covid.

https://www.wsav.com/news/local-news/wayne-county-sheriff-announces-covid-19-death-of-captain/

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u/OnkelEgonOlsen Horse Paste Oct 23 '22

Access restricted in your country.Tried with wayback, same result.

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u/College-Lumpy Oct 23 '22

He was 57 and left 3 children and 8 grandchildren behind. Why are the dumb the most prolific breeders? #Idiocracy

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22

57?!? He looked about 20 years older. WTF happened to him?!?

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u/College-Lumpy Oct 23 '22

Fear and hate. And probably bourbon and cigarettes.

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22

Weed and bourbon haven't done this to me.

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u/GDFanarnia Oct 23 '22

Good, that means it’s the fear and hate then!

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u/terrierhead Oct 23 '22

Evil makes people age faster.

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u/Vernerator 💉💉>🧟‍♀️🧟‍♂️ Oct 23 '22

Right! I'm as old as he is and he looks like my dad.

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22 edited Oct 23 '22

I'm as old as he is and he looks my grandfather. Not the one who died in 1977 either. The one who died in 1942. Actually, if you dig up both of them today, they'd both still look better than this.

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u/HotPinkLollyWimple Phucked around and Phound out Oct 23 '22

Adolf?!

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22

Sorry, corrected. WTF autocorrect?!?

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u/HotPinkLollyWimple Phucked around and Phound out Oct 23 '22

Gotta love autocucumber!

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

Nah, it's autoCARROT. Get your autoveggies straight!

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u/[deleted] Oct 23 '22

Age like milk.

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22

Except sour milk is at least useful for baking.

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u/[deleted] Oct 23 '22

I'm not talking about sour milk. I'm talking about milk that will make you puke your guts out if you drink it.

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u/justrock54 Oct 23 '22

That is 20 years of donuts and McDonald's writ large on the human face. The shot was too difficult, watching what he ate would have been herculean.

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22

His uniform doesn't fit properly either. It looks sloppy and low rent. If you wear a uniform, wear it with pride.

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u/LadyBogangles14 Oct 24 '22

Sun damage is pretty aging as well

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u/Sharkteeth127 Oct 23 '22

Why are the dumb the most prolific breeders?

For breeding, you don't need higher brain functions.

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u/eatmorechiken Oct 23 '22

Because they are convinced from birth down a long line of lineage that if they adhere to religious old ways and traditions, they will somehow be morally superior. They do this in place of learning and growing, and they pass it down to their offspring and so forth. They also sin like devils above and beyond all others and use this so called commitment to religion excuse to contrary their bad actions.

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u/Boldpoker1085 Oct 23 '22

My friend says that most “saved” evangelicals were either sluts of druggies. They adopt this worldview to excuse their previous life choices.

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u/Objective_Return8125 Oct 23 '22

If you have 8 grandkids by the time you turned 57 none of your kids went to college

His kids are like what 25?

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u/Shady_Garden Go Give One Nov 06 '22

Yeah. I'm this age. My kids are 25 and 22.

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u/Chasman1965 Oct 23 '22

3 isn't that prolific. It's just a little above replacement which is 2.1.

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u/TexacoRandom Oct 26 '22

Does mectin have lectrolytes?

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u/College-Lumpy Oct 26 '22

It’s what plants crave.

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u/Deathbeddit 🦆🦃🦢🦜🦆🦅🐓🦩 Oct 23 '22

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u/TGIIR Oct 23 '22

As Bugs Bunny would say “what a maroon.”

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u/Juviltoidfu Oct 23 '22

B-Bunny also used the term "what an Ultra Maroon", and I think that fits even better. YouTubeLink

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22 edited Oct 23 '22

"JESUP, Ga. (WSAV) – A longtime member of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has died after a short battle with COVID-19, according to Sheriff Chuck Moseley.

Capt. Joe Manning died Wednesday at the age of 57, Moseley announced.

“Captain Manning was an integral part of our family and our hearts are broken. Our love and prayers go forward to his family,” Moseley said.

Manning’s 31-year career with the sheriff’s office began at the Wayne County Jail. In 1990, he started as a detention officer and worked his way up over the years.

He was promoted to captain in 2017 and most recently served as the jail administrator.

Manning is survived by his wife, Tammi, their three children and eight grandchildren."

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u/MalC123 🐑Marked like a Beast🐑 Oct 23 '22

JESUP, Ga. (WSAV) – A longtime member of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has died after a short battle with COVID-19, according to Sheriff Chuck Moseley.

Capt. Joe Manning died Wednesday at the age of 57, Moseley announced.

“Captain Manning was an integral part of our family and our hearts are broken. Our love and prayers go forward to his family,” Moseley said.

Manning’s 31-year career with the sheriff’s office began at the Wayne County Jail. In 1990, he started as a detention officer and worked his way up over the years.

He was promoted to captain in 2017 and most recently served as the jail administrator.

Manning is survived by his wife, Tammi, their three children and eight grandchildren.

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u/Sharkteeth127 Oct 23 '22

There was a time when every COVID death was a tragedy.

Nearly 2 years in after access to vaccination, it's become some dark comedy.

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u/Juviltoidfu Oct 23 '22

Because it's a story repeated many times without a different outcome. In very broad strokes, large portions of humanity seem unable to learn from the pain and suffering that others go through, unless it then happens to them. And frequently they die never admitting it.

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

And nearly every time they live they're like "HA! Told you so!"

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u/UnweildyEulerDiagram Oct 23 '22

Wow. Died of Covid-19 in October 2022. He probably had "natural immunity" from multiple previous infections, and presumably spent the past nearly two years refusing a free vaccine that would almost certainly have reduced his symptoms to a sore throat and a headache

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u/Deathbeddit 🦆🦃🦢🦜🦆🦅🐓🦩 Oct 23 '22

I believe he died in August ‘21

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u/UnweildyEulerDiagram Oct 23 '22

Ah, that makes sense. I of course skipped the dateline and only saw "last Wednesday"

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u/Lord_Mormont J&J One-And-Done Oct 23 '22

COVID to Cop’s immune system: STOP RESISTING!

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

Also Covid to this guy's immune system: You call this resisting arrest?! We call this a difficulty tweak!

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u/Similar-Complaint-37 Oct 23 '22

That's sad, cause the last I heard he was in a stable condition

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u/Scrimshawmud Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

The mane thing is he was stubborn as a mule.

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u/[deleted] Oct 23 '22

Don’t you mean “herd”?

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u/Apprehensive_Hat8986 Oct 23 '22 To The Stars

Dude, it's horse dewormer, not pig dewormer.

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u/ecthelion108 Oct 23 '22

If only a veterinarian had been consulted, this tragedy could have been avoided 👮‍♂️

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u/repo_code Oct 23 '22

Some of those who work forces, take the paste that's for horses.

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u/Ar-Oh-En Oct 23 '22

His immune system: "F*** you, I won't do what you tell me!"

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

Honestly I don't know why these people expect their immune systems to obey their brain government.

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u/MaryKathGallagher Oct 25 '22

I have horses, but ivermectin is also used for cattle and pigs, though it’s administered differently.

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u/Cum_on_doorknob Oct 23 '22

I mean, it’s ivermectin. As a doctor, I hate seeing it called anything but it’s proper drug name. It’s an ineffective medication for Covid. That fact is enough, no need to get hyperbolic and make it sound even worse, just hurts our credibility.

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u/FrillySteel Oct 23 '22

But it is a horse dewormer. That's like saying "I hate it when people call a banana a fruit... it's a banana!"

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u/Cum_on_doorknob Oct 23 '22

It's an anti-parasitic. It's the first line treatment for many parasitic infections in humans.

It's like calling amoxicillin "cat uti medicine." Yea, it's given to your cat, but it's also a standard antibiotic for humans.

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u/Apprehensive_Hat8986 Oct 23 '22 edited Oct 23 '22

I'm not a part of anyone's "our". And calling out bastards is a pretty routine activity of mine, so my credibility isn't going to be particularly damaged by calling them a "pig" once, for a joke.

Absolutely, in a more formal context, I'd speak with more propriety. On occasion it is useful to provide citations to support an argument about both the recklessness of advocating the use of ivermectin, as well as the advantages of reducing police funding in favour of social services. But this is not that time.

This. is. Sunday!

p.s. Unrelated to any of the rest of it, if you are an M.D., thank you. You lot have been through absolute hell, and the work you do to provide health care and save lives is deeply appreciated.

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u/Cum_on_doorknob Oct 23 '22

Your point on it being Sunday is fair. I just see it so often all the time, and it gets on my nerves.

And thanks for the kind words. Covid has made this job pretty rough.

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u/Visible-Secretary121 Oct 23 '22

Doc...gotta ask "cum on doorknob" doesn't hurt your credibility?

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u/Cum_on_doorknob Oct 23 '22

lol, that was made when I was a little premed shit

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u/G-G-G-G-Ghosts Oct 23 '22

Normally I wouldn’t make fun of somebody for dying.

But this is objectively funny.

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u/Totknax Oct 23 '22

From shitposter to composter. Why are we not surprised?

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u/Ezmankong Oct 23 '22

Shitposter to posted shit, one con post at a time.

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u/Altruistic-Horror235 Oct 23 '22

To the last post!

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u/LayneCobain95 Oct 23 '22

I work in urgent care. I get phone calls all the time when I’m working the front desk (mainly at X-ray), with elderly people like “hey, we did a uhhh come Covid test, which came back barely positive” (no dude, even the slightest positive line is the same as the most clear positive line). Then he continued- “we just aren’t sure what to do. I mean it was barely positive. We tried that horse medicine and everything, we aren’t sure what else we could do. I mean we aren’t taking the vaccine of course”.

I mean I could give them a lecture like “you’re being lied to, that shit won’t fucking work”. But they are too old and too far gone into the Republican Party to be reasoned with. So I just had to go for the “we could see you for your symptoms if you like”

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u/CatsPolitics 🦆 Oct 23 '22

I could never do what you do. They’d fire me for for writing FAFO on an admit form.

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u/MissJunie Oct 23 '22

Ha ha ha! Good one!

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐆🦩🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆 Oct 23 '22

I mean it was barely positive.

The test is either positive or negative.

Dumbasses.

🐆 🐆 🐆

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u/SlyScorpion Oct 24 '22

"Barely positive" sounds like "barely pregnant" but I am not a medical expert :D

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u/AgreeablePie Oct 23 '22

Too late for the vaccine at that point anyway

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u/tejaco Grandpa was in Antifa, but they called it the U.S. Army Oct 24 '22

You are a good person.

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u/freakster_22 Oct 23 '22

Karma

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u/TenNinetythree FCK XBB! Oct 23 '22

Karma is a ... chameleon.

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u/ecthelion108 Oct 23 '22

Karma, karma, karma…

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u/TGIIR Oct 23 '22

Love that song.

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u/ecthelion108 Oct 23 '22

Red, gold, and green… lol

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u/mbelf Oct 23 '22

RIP. He’s in horse heaven now.

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u/Mysterious_Status_11 Stick a fork in Meatloaf🍴 Oct 23 '22

I remember that. About the same time those antivax pastors and radio hosts were dropping like flies. We lost a lot of police to Covid, too. Fortunately we didn't lose any good cops to the disease.

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u/AgentEntropy Oct 23 '22

Fortunately we didn't lose any good cops to the disease.

Anti-vax cops are bad cops by definition.

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u/xJellyfishBrainx Oct 23 '22

Exactly. Most anti vax people aren't those I would trust to react to a situation objectively, calmly and without certain biases and prejudices....

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u/ecthelion108 Oct 23 '22

I remember it seemed to me at the time that peddlers of disinformation were just lying, because they questioned the vaccine publicly, but received it discreetly, like how Trump got vaccinated but didn’t tell anyone right away.

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u/ecthelion108 Oct 23 '22

Unfortunately, we did lose good cops as well as bad ones. We even lost medical personnel who allowed their political beliefs to override their better judgement. These professionals were like the character in the horror movies that said, “I know, let’s split up!”

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u/Mysterious_Status_11 Stick a fork in Meatloaf🍴 Oct 23 '22

Seeing as Covid was the leading cause of death among police two years in a row, of course it would reason that we lost some good ones. It's easy to forget that sometimes those who let political beliefs override their judgement also take innocents down with them, or occasionally it turns out that they were otherwise decent people.

My empathy is reserved for those who didn't reject the evidence in front of their faces but still succumbed to the disease.

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u/ecthelion108 Oct 24 '22

I believe you’re in the right place. Medical personnel who were vaccinated, protected, and died because of their duty, and their sense of compassion, are rightly praised

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u/Consistent_Grab_5422 Oct 23 '22

Ngl. His death saved countless more lives.

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u/Realhoodjesus Oct 23 '22

Why would you say something so controversial yet so true

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u/lousylakers Their new hoax is get the vaccine, I did Oct 23 '22

Seems like he was saddled with ignorance

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u/The-truth-hurts1 Payer Warriors Assemble! Oct 23 '22

Yeah but not from worms! You have to see the positives here

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u/Ragingredblue 🐎Praise the Lord and pass the Ivermectin!🐆 Oct 23 '22

He should have complied.

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u/Dicethrower Oct 23 '22

One of those people who knew in highschool they wanted to continue bullying people.

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u/joe_i_guess Oct 23 '22

Decent title. You thought it through. Well done

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u/Loki-Don Oct 23 '22

Yeah, but he didn’t die of worms. Checkmate libs.

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u/[deleted] Oct 23 '22

So anyway how is everyones weekend going so far?

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u/skyhawk341 Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

Wonderfully! The fall colors here in Michigan are spectacular.

Which I can see.

Because I'm alive.

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u/[deleted] Oct 23 '22

Glad to hear it! I got my omicron booster almost a month ago and I'm still waiting for that darn 5G to kick in!

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u/thuanjinkee Oct 23 '22

You must construct additional pylons.

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u/SnooStrawberries8174 Oct 23 '22

Just looking at his picture you’d knew he die of Covid. Fat, pasty republican middle aged dude? It’s almost a given? Just missing the Ray-Bans and goatee. He might have had both at one time as it’s heard to tell from one picture?

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u/Jeff_Damn Oct 23 '22

Pale, pudgy, impotent mustache, a cop, died from being antivax... that's a conservative bingo even without the free space.

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u/Altruistic-Horror235 Oct 23 '22

Horsed around and found out!

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u/Scrimshawmud Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

Hay, that’s pretty funny 🐴

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u/ucijeepguy Oct 23 '22

I like stories with a happy ending.

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u/1994californication Oct 23 '22

Guess the horse dewormer didn’t work🤷‍♂️

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u/Vernerator 💉💉>🧟‍♀️🧟‍♂️ Oct 23 '22

He's now in the "Found Out" portion of the program.

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐆🦩🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆 Oct 23 '22

He's now in the "Found Out" portion of the program.

"Program? Surely you meant the menu." --the hungry viral 🐆 🐆 🐆

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u/JohnVanVenker Oct 23 '22

His wife's name is Tammi. That tells me a lot.

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u/SpearmintInALavatory Team Pfizer Oct 23 '22

Covid arrested his heart

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐆🦩🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆 Oct 23 '22

Covid arrested his heart

🐆 🐆 🐆

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u/falstaff36 Oct 23 '22 Helpful

Fuck yeah! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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u/jayroo210 Oct 23 '22

I wonder if at the end he had a moment of clarity, thinking to himself “what have I done? I should’ve gotten the vaccine” Or if in his last moments he blamed the hospital or something.

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u/rdldr1 Oct 23 '22

He probably had a bleach chaser too. Idiot.

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u/nknecht1 Oct 23 '22

Are people still pushing ivermectin? I would think that if they are it has to have died down. Because so many people taking it…. Well…. Died

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u/ihearyou72 Oct 30 '22

Exactly. How do they explain those that take ivermectin, get covid and die. As usual, antivaxxers ignore any evidence they have it all wrong. They are so transparent and stupid 😁

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u/mikeyt6969 Oct 23 '22

Sorry not sorry, thoughts & prayers n stuff like that.

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u/KrampyDoo Crossing the Vent Horizon Oct 23 '22

Really committing to that right to remain silent.

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u/reddevils Oct 23 '22

Is too mean to think that if you’re stupid enough to prefer medical advice from a cop than a doctor you deserve to die. Basically you’re too stupid to live.

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u/gopherhole02 Oct 24 '22

I dunno, I trust r/ketoscience to give me a better diet then the food pyramid

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u/carapsr62 Oct 23 '22

I wonder if the dewormer will slow his decay. ?

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u/sidewalk_disco Oct 23 '22

Must suck to be stupid.

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u/creeeeeeeeek- Oct 23 '22

He looks like a pig

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u/girflush aRe U aWake yET? Oct 23 '22

"If only he would have just complied."

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u/Realhoodjesus Oct 23 '22

Perfect candidate for the r/hermaincainaward

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u/Analthumbsucker Oct 24 '22

He died?! I fed him a carrot through the fence just yesterday, he was getting new shoes next week... Tragic.

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u/rox411 Team Moderna Oct 24 '22

So, one less R vote in Georgia?

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u/Wahjahbvious Oct 23 '22

So his death rid us of both a cop AND an anti-vaxxer? Talk about two birds, huh?

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u/AfternoonDifficult35 Oct 23 '22

What a stupid SOB!

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u/LordKaraka12 Oct 23 '22

Something about reaping and sowing

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u/ecobe3 Oct 23 '22

Hot damn!!

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u/Bajovane Oct 23 '22

Ah!! The sweet smell of karma…

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u/TheBlackHeathenz Oct 23 '22

🤷‍♂️

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u/IsraeliDonut Oct 23 '22

Well did he have horse worms???

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u/littletreerowan Oct 23 '22

the only good cop is..

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u/Ramza_Claus Oct 23 '22

I mean, yeah, the guy is dumb and he earned his award, but:

Can we stop calling it "horse dewormer"? That's a bit dishonest since Ivermectin is prescribed to humans to treat parasites too. It's not exclusively used in horses.

Idk where he got it. I know some dummies have gotten it from vets or animal hospitals. I'm just saying it's also used in humans too so let's stop acting like he put on a flea collar or something.

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u/moisheah Laughing giraffe 🦒 Oct 23 '22 edited Oct 23 '22

Posted August 14 (two weeks before his death?)

"OK Folks Wayne’s Feed and Seed has some liquid and paste Ivermectin get it while supplies last," he wrote on Facebook.

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u/Ramza_Claus Oct 23 '22

Fair enough. This guy took horse dewormer.

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u/bce0ce Oct 23 '22

good times two.

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u/Fartbox7000 Oct 23 '22

Talk about a daily double. 🤣

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u/Puzzleheaded_Pay2466 Oct 23 '22

I hope he suffered.

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u/Madmax8080 Oct 23 '22

Blue lives … meh

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u/Deep-Classroom-879 Oct 23 '22

Hay! Is for horses

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u/soparklion Oct 24 '22

But he died worm free.

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u/waronxmas79 Oct 24 '22

This is the content I need sitting here in Georgia with an election looming. Hopefully enough awardees accepted their award to make fixing things easier.

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u/terrierhead Oct 23 '22

Welp. That sucks.

We’re having breakfast for dinner.

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u/popcorn-johnny Oct 24 '22

Neigh? I vote "Yay".

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u/[deleted] Oct 23 '22

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u/DiamondplateDave 😷 Mask-Wearing Conformist 😷 Oct 23 '22

IIRC, Ivermectin won a...Nobel?....prize for being extremely effective against certain parasites in animals and humans (eye worms? Blech, the Boy George earworm I got from the above posts is bad enough). It's a great drug, and I would approve of its use for things it is known to be effective for. There is NO valid evidence that it is useful to prevent or treat Covid. People taking Ivermectin formulated for animals are potentially threatening their health, in addition to the fact that the same people are eschewing known-safe vaccine(s), reasonably effective precautions (masks, social distancing) and usually promoting all kinds of inconsistent mis/disinformation. Personally, I don't think I've ever listened to RM, although I can't say for sure.

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u/Sec_Hater Oct 24 '22

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u/FloppyTwatWaffle Team Mix & Match Oct 25 '22

False bullshit, already disproven, and seriously flawed. City officials indicated that the program was not completed and two of the authors of this 'study' were paid by a company that manufactures Ivermectin.

Stop spreading lies.