r/HermanCainAward 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

Oganesson, previous nominee from 2021, loved god, didn't like socialism or questioning the way History could be revised. She didn't fear the coronavirus which got offended, enabling her to claim her award. Awarded

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u/FearSkyDaddy Biological Ware Fare Nov 28 '22

Eleven family members? What the Bleep? Honestly, I am without mirth and snark. Wow

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u/x575446 Nov 28 '22 Take My Energy

Yeah, how exactly does that work? Eleven family members and nobody steps back to consider whether they're doing it wrong?

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u/EffortAcrobatic1322 Nov 28 '22

Hey, the 4th of July won’t celebrate its self. Murica freeeeedoooooommmm.

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u/Alex_877 Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

No no no, you see, their new view, is that it’s survival of the fittest and old mi ma was gonna die soon anyway. With their deep brain wizard elon musk saying he wants to fill the world with superior babies (despite that raging hairline.) everything is going exactly according to their plan don’t you see? S/

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u/PropagandaPagoda Dec 01 '22

We talk about social media bubbles and how they lead to extremism by obscuring where the middle is. Maybe for their circles the incidence rate isn't unusual.

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

Its actually morbidly impressive

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u/Brokenspokes68 From Shitpost to Compost Nov 28 '22

Goes perfectly with the morbid obesity.

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

Thats one of the comorbidities

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

I wonder if morbidly stupid is one of those

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

The single most Important one

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u/Evil-Code-Monkey Deceased Feline Boing Boing Nov 28 '22

If only there were a way to prevent so many of these senseless deaths rather than standing helplessly by as Covid wreaks havoc on their extended family.

Someone really should look into that. /s

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u/chaunceypie Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

I read a Twitter comment where someone commented something along the lines of "they should make a weaker version of the virus so people can build immunity to the real virus like they did with smallpox" and I've never been more confused in my life.

Edit to add:

I was confused that this person didn't seem to realize that's exactly what vaccines are 🤦‍♀️

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u/indifferentunicorn Tickle Me ECMO Nov 28 '22

Vaccines = bad

Measles parties, horsepaste, and homeopathy = common sense = good

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u/3kidsnomoney--- Nov 28 '22

Isn't it hilarious when antivaxxers literally reinvent vaccination???

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u/yolonomo5eva Nov 28 '22

Wow, that’s astoundingly stupid

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u/jeweltea1 Viruses Don't Read Nietzsche Nov 28 '22

There was one on SAV where the woman had page after page of close friends and family who got Covid, many died. I think it was around 25 altogether who got it. It was several months ago but it was the worst I had ever seen.

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u/Bellacinos Happy unventilated proud sheep 🐑 Nov 28 '22

Covid 19 vs the Duncan family, someone had to create a family tree with a graph to keep track of it.

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u/peppermintesse Vax yo self FFS 💉 Nov 28 '22

I haven't even had one family member hospitalized let alone die from COVID, unless you count my fundie father-in-law, whom I never even met...

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u/CountRumfordFRS Nov 28 '22

Well, if there's an afterlife, they can field a football team (either flavor).

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u/foxorhedgehog Bingo wings to angle wings Nov 28 '22

I don’t even HAVE 11 family members, so thankfully mine got vaccinated.

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u/Vengefuleight Nov 28 '22

Out of my 12 close family members, 3 caught CoVID pre-vaccine.

2 were because they had an asshole roommate.

1 because he took a stupid risk and went to a social event during a surge.

Of those 3, only 1 was hospitalized and it was because he was 80. He ultimately survived but it was close.

Post vaccine, we’ve all caught it once, but no one has even been close to severely Ill.

When I see ELEVEN family members sick and people still pushing nonsense from that very family, I get so sad for how stupid our country is.

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u/waterynike Proud Sheep 🐑 Nov 29 '22

Missouri. I live in a part of Missouri that is somewhat vaxxed but the smaller towns and outlying areas are antivaxx and then come here and clog up our hospitals. It’s been fun.

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u/Shady_Garden Go Give One Nov 30 '22

Same with us in Oregon. The unvaxxed rural rightwing redneck rubes who get badly smote by Covid have to come to pay us a visit here in Libtown Antifaville Commieland USA ... Portland!

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u/beek7419 Nov 28 '22

Personally, I had zero. Zero Qanon nutjobs, zero GOP adherents, zero hospitalizations, Zero deaths. Funny how that works.

Also, I don’t believe for a service that her decision not to get vaccinated wasn’t politically motivated, but that’s some nice history revision right there. I thought they didn’t like rewriting history.

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u/OkCaterpillar7770 Go Give One Nov 28 '22

Same here. I know several people who got it but AFAIK no deaths or hospitalizations.

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

Message from OP:

1) Oganesson's profile was scrubbed by family or partner

2) Oganesson's mom post incoming.

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u/DoomRyGuy Nov 28 '22

The post covid death scrubbing phase. Never ceases to amaze me.

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u/beek7419 Nov 28 '22

Either they scrub (I thought revising history was bad) or they blame the hospital. So predictable.

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

Is the mom an awardee too?

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

yes incoming

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u/Lady_Grey_Smith Rebel Wheeze And Death Rattle Nov 28 '22

Darwining the entire family. They are something special.

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u/eliteProofe Nov 28 '22 Take My Energy

Some families like that NEED to be wiped out. Sry not sry

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

I wonder how Many of the 11 are awardees

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u/GirlieSoGroovie24 Then Why Aren’t Chemo & Insulin Free? 🤦🏻‍♀️ Nov 28 '22

Isn’t that crazy? 11!!

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

In all fairness, i kinda wanna know how close they are to each other. If they live close, its bleh. But if they live all over, then thats actually pretty crazy

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u/GirlieSoGroovie24 Then Why Aren’t Chemo & Insulin Free? 🤦🏻‍♀️ Nov 28 '22

Absolutely. Still, 11 I’m one family who have been hospitalized? I read that right, right?

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

So its slide 9. There is a few explanations:

11 got covid but not all were hospitalized.

11 got hospitalized and noone else had covid or had mild symptoms

11 got covid and more were sick.

Any of these are crazy.

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

Has the post been edited? Cause i cant find the slide

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

Sorry, i think you have a typo which is making the question hard to understand lol

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u/DarrenFromFinance Nov 28 '22

“11 in one family”. They typed “im” instead of “in” because those letters are side by side on the keyboard, and it was autocorrected to “I’m”.

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u/FullNefariousness310 Nov 28 '22

Ah, i see. Well i am not particularly surprised cause the whole family probably has similar political orientation and thus similar vaccine beliefs and levels of precaution.

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u/maxreddit Nov 28 '22

COVID wasn't ever a "liberal vs. conservatives" issue, it was a "conservatives vs. some imaginary enemy, and good sense" issue, and the conservatives MADE it that way. I will forever decry whoever (even if they're supposedly on my "side) people who claim that liberals are anyway at fault on this issue. Liberals wanted people (including those who hate them with a psychotic passion) to be safe and alive, conservatives committed slow, destructive suicide to gain imaginary points with the lying bullies that told them lies and made life worse for everyone!

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u/McEndee Nov 28 '22 Silver Starry

There is a direct correlation with right leaning people and virus or vaccine denial. They can be nice people, but they're not smart people. In no other matter would they push back against the advice of professionals, but they chose to listen to talking heads that probably never took a CPR class, much less attended medical school. To hell with them. They can't die fast enough. We need to stop saving people, because this is a Frog and Scorpion scenario.

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u/rationalomega Nov 28 '22

Disagree, they’ve been pushing back against climate and ecology researchers for decades. Same sorts of conspiracy theories and logical fallacies dressed up as arguments. You saw it with anti vaxxers in the 2010s too.

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u/C3POdreamer Nov 28 '22

It's the sane anti-science, anti-critical thinking that drove people to reject fluoridated water, indoor public smoking bans, leadswd gasoline bans, catalytic converters, seatbelts, and motorcycle helmets. Hucksters in politics and woo cost health and lives.

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u/McEndee Nov 28 '22

Add that to the list of anti-science requirements needed to be a devout conservative.

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u/Special_Wishbone_812 Nov 28 '22

They’ve been LED to push back against science by well funded right wing groups with interests in petrochemicals and mining. The New Age grift got help from the fundamentalist Jesus healing and no-birth-control jerks. There is a lot of money and effort put into the anti vaccine movement, and it’s been going for decades.

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u/ImOnlyHereForTheCoC Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

It’s so crazy to me that the same people who insist that vaccines are nothing but a profit-generating scheme for pharma companies are the same people that would sooner die than even consider nationalizing health care, a step that would, y’know, remove a lot of the profit-generating motive from healthcare in general.

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u/Special_Wishbone_812 Nov 28 '22

The insurance industry has plowed money into their ignorance, too. See “Hot Coffee” for why they want you to hate lawyers and love “tort reform,” but also look at the “socialized medicine is death panels and communism” brigades. Why does talk radio/right wing media care so much about keeping health insurance through an employer? It’s perverse.

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u/beek7419 Nov 28 '22

I’d disagree that they’re nice too.

They’re nice to other white heterosexual cis Christians.

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u/YoureADudeThisIsAMan Nov 28 '22

Lots of anti-vax far left as well Boulder, CO, looking at you…

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u/ThaliaEpocanti Nov 28 '22

As someone who’s kept an eye on the antivax movement for 10+ years it’s been really interesting seeing it morph from largely left-leaning crunchy granola types, to a grab-bag of everyone, and finally to mostly insane conspiracy-believing conservatives in that timeframe.

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u/rationalomega Nov 28 '22

I love Boulder and Ithaca, spent considerable time in both, but there’s definitely a woo strain I’m not into in both places.

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u/yolonomo5eva Nov 28 '22

Nah, they’re not really nice people when they spread their unthinking, cruel, and false ideas the way they do.

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u/McEndee Nov 28 '22

They're decent folk but they have an awful vice. I'm sure if you were stuck on the side of the road or you're having problems with your garage door, they'd go out of their way to help you. As soon as politics gets involved, they turn into bad people that don't care as much for their neighbors anymore.

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u/yolonomo5eva Nov 28 '22

I live in the Bible Belt and I’m surrounded by these people. Im also cishet and nominally “Christian”. I abhor the fake niceness they give. I do feel that they feel they are genuine, but honestly I have three LGBTQ kids, one of whom is Trans and I shudder to think how these “nice” people would treat them. So I hold a lot of people at bay.

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u/McEndee Nov 28 '22

Kids treating other kids equally is the easy part. It's when those other kids go home and their parents start pushing hate on them. Kids don't care about anything other than sharing funny videos and playing games with friends. Whenever a kid has a political stance, it is them being abused by their parents.

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u/Special_Ed2018 Nov 28 '22

I think Fox News as the most watched cable news network has a large part to do with this. They never argue on the basis of dry economic ideas that their base won’t understand, they get old peoples’ heart racing with the adrenaline of hate and fear that makes them feel like they are actively involved, like they are warriors on a battlefield. Every day Fox is telling them that Dems “hate you and your way of life”. After 21/2 decades it has become an addiction, like smoking cigarettes or the jolt of coffee in the morning.

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u/SweetLeaf2021 Nov 28 '22

💯

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u/yolonomo5eva Nov 28 '22

Love your username

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u/Curri Nov 28 '22

Conservatives just hate being told what to do, with a minor inconvenience.

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u/maxreddit Nov 28 '22

Also, they hate the idea of doing anything for anyone else or anyone else doing anything for anyone else but them.

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u/celerydonut Nov 30 '22

But they sure as hell LOVE telling everyone else what they can or can’t do!

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u/MysteriousHat7343 Jaded Covid responder Nov 28 '22

Her posts said pro life, yet she didn’t give a damn about her own life by getting vaccinated, much less her partner and her mother.

She would be what Jesus would call a hypocrite

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u/luithedead Nov 28 '22

she was only pro-life to own the libs. i’m sure she was a big fan of #savethechildren during the protests, despite not giving half a fuck about children

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u/CF_FI_Fly Team Bivalent Booster Nov 28 '22

FORTY (!!) percent oxygen.

Holy shit. I can not even imagine how terrible that would feel.

(Also, she's the same age as me and I am using my lungs to do hill sprints!)

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u/C3POdreamer Nov 28 '22

To give an idea, smoke for decades get COPD and the oxygen is at 85% without medication and/or supplemental oxygen.

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u/Acrobatic_County_472 Nov 28 '22

An ICU doc once explained (a family member was intubated, previously dropped to below 82% and they did all the other stuff) that “85% is compatible with life”. Just to say, 40% is walking corpse.

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u/CF_FI_Fly Team Bivalent Booster Nov 28 '22

Yeah, my FIL smoked 4 packs a day for 52 years. (Not an exaggeration.)

I think he is in the 70s, even with an oxygen tank.

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u/mothermucca It’s just a COVID Nov 28 '22

It wouldn’t surprise me if a pulse oximeter has trouble accurately reading levels that low.

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u/NMB4Christmas Everybody's an ass kicker, until they get their ass kicked Nov 28 '22
  1. Slide # 9 - 11 FAMILY MEMBERS WITH COVID?

  2. Awardee was a walking cornucopia of comorbidities with a partner with cerebral palsy.

Wasn't a matter of "if" but of "when".

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u/SignificantName59 Nov 28 '22

Speaking of which - it's been a while since you had covid. Any lingering effects? Hope you're well

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u/NMB4Christmas Everybody's an ass kicker, until they get their ass kicked Nov 28 '22

Thanks. I still have occasional issues, but they're mostly minor. Occasional fatigue, the numbness in my left arm and hand are gone and my strength on that side is back to normal. I've got to be careful lifting because my joints are more prone to injury.

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

I am glad you are doing better

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u/FIREn00b (Really a 🔥 Expert) Nov 28 '22

#meetJesuschallenge completed.

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u/McEndee Nov 28 '22

The big pharma argument is always great, because they act like hydroxychloroquin and ivermetin isn't made by a pharmaceutical company..

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u/Glittering-Cellist34 Nov 28 '22

Duh. So infuriating. Those companies would have gladly sold those drugs to deal with covid had they "been fit for purpose."

I remember in the beginning people arguing about vitamins and that governments and Big Pharma didn't want us to know. Like governments are gonna stand idly by letting tens of thousands die when such a cheap cure could be offered.

Not relevant but a fire happened here with an under construction building and people were claiming it was insurance fraud. That's not how development by national firms, funded by reputable banks, happens. Anyway a person arguing with me said "well most conspiracy theories turn out to be true..." I said it's the exact opposite.

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u/EffortAcrobatic1322 Nov 28 '22

In their mind they are made by mom and pop medical, in their bathroom tub.

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u/RattusMcRatface I GET CLOSTERPHOBIA Nov 28 '22

In their mind they are made by mom and pop medical, in their bathroom tub.

Based on ancient Chinese medicine (has to be ancient Chinese though).

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u/C3POdreamer Nov 28 '22

Which for once is saying don't buy these products because they don't work and all you're doing is making life hard for veterinarians and farmers

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u/urbanproject78 Triple Vaxxed for Aotearoa 🇳🇿 Nov 28 '22

That pro life hashtag makes her 100% credible 🤡

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u/boofdahpoo130 Nov 28 '22

But according to her sibling, her decision not to be vaccinated "wasn't political". 🙄

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u/queen-adreena Nov 28 '22

In other words, she pretended she just hadn’t got round to it to her sister because her sister was logical enough to decimate her whackadoodle conspiracies.

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u/sdrawkcabyaj Nov 28 '22

Regarding slide 4... Clearly she was a supporter of Critical Race Theory. /s

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u/PrestigiousGrade7874 In God and ivermectin we trust Nov 28 '22

That slide was infuriating

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u/terrierhead Nov 28 '22

The only people I know who are offended by truth in history are far right wing. This slide goes over my head.

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u/boofdahpoo130 Nov 28 '22

Thinking it might have involved the whole "stop destroying our country's (Confederate racist) "historical treasures" bullshit, if I were a betting person.

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u/Altruistic-Battle-12 Nov 28 '22

Suspect you're 100% right. We're happy to study history, even, sometimes especially, the ugly stuff...even as the facts offend us. That's how we learn. Where we draw the line is lionizing the bad guys and putting up statues to commemorate their war crimes. Hard concept for some to understand, apparently 🙄

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u/BellyDancerEm Nov 28 '22

If there were only a vaccine against stupidity, too bad the idiots would still refuse it

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u/BreatheClean Nov 28 '22 edited Nov 28 '22

Slide 2 - the tyranny of being given a number... I got given a number when I booked a theatre ticket, or when I'm put in a call waiting queue. National Insurance is a number, I even have a number to show exactly what month year and day I was born - It's communism gone mad!

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u/chaunceypie Nov 28 '22

Hm, imagine if we were all given a number from birth! (Spcial Security). Or when we start driving! Or when we vote! My God... 🫥

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u/dogheads2 Nov 28 '22

I had been hard-core republican since voting age. Love my guns, truck, dog ect. When covid first surfaced I like the majority of my friends/family laughed it off. Then shit started to get real and I very quickly came to the conclusion that this was serious. I got some mask and alot of ridicule at work but didn't care, started wearing em. When the shots came I got those too. Well I'm still here but I know of alot of people who are not. All because of they were not gonna be told what to do and it's all a scam. At that point I realized that it wasent so much a political issue, as much as a the people around me are intellectually handicapped issue.

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

I am glad you saw the light, kudos to you.

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u/mothermucca It’s just a COVID Nov 28 '22

Congratulations for being able to think for yourself. May you live a long, healthy life.

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u/RattusMcRatface I GET CLOSTERPHOBIA Nov 28 '22

🏆🏆🏆

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u/Less_Cryptographer86 Nov 28 '22

It is both, a political issue and an intellect issue. The RW made it political, which the uneducated embraced & spread. Glad you were much smarter than most.

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u/Short_Internal5950 J&J One-And-Done Nov 29 '22

Bravo. An actual critical thinker who was willing to change their view as more data came in. I also started off thinking "here we go, another end-of-the-world scare tactic from the media". Which it really did start off as. I remember listening to the 30 minute long stories that would run with ominous music playing nonstop in the background as it was being sensationalized before it hit.

Then it got here and tore through the coasts, particularly New York and the scare tactics stopped. It was real. That's all I needed to see.

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u/ricochetblue Team Pfizer Dec 18 '22

Love my guns, truck, dog ect.

Is there a stereotype that liberals don’t like dogs?

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u/bonerland69 Nov 28 '22

If she’s so pro-life, why is she dead?

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u/Glittering-Cellist34 Nov 28 '22

She was 14 years younger than me... okay boomer!

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u/M4A1STAKESAUCE Urine God’s hands 🙌 Nov 28 '22

damn imagine having to end your life and shit just to go home to some dude.

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u/Laureatezoi 🩸The Blood of Jesus Is Not FDA Approved🩸 Nov 28 '22

"It [the vaccine] wasn't political for her" as she posted rightwing bullshit. 🙄

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u/tomdurkin Nov 28 '22

That history slide. She was so close to figuring it out

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u/ermghoti Ask your M.D. if suffocating on dead lungs is right for you! Nov 28 '22

Brown from slide 11 didn't deserve to go through any of that. What a waste.

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u/peppermintesse Vax yo self FFS 💉 Nov 28 '22

Why is Mark "Positronic Brain" Zuckerberg labeled as Mike Rilling? 🤔

Also, I adore that the redaction looks like a 🍆

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u/RattusMcRatface I GET CLOSTERPHOBIA Nov 28 '22

Mark "Positronic Brain" Zuckerberg

He does have an Asimovian robot look doesn't he? The Three Laws of Robotics don't seem to have been built into him though.

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u/Stunticonsfan GoFundHisPoorDecision 👎🥴 Nov 28 '22

If People feared going to Hell as much as they fear the Coronavirus. More People would be coming to Jesus.

If Jesus is so great, why do you have to threaten people with endless torture to get them to worship him?

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u/Lord_Mormont J&J One-And-Done Nov 28 '22

Slide #5 ... I think writing "FEMALE 4" on a car isn't terribly slick. In fact it's pretty fucking stupid. Anyone who thinks this is "slick" is even dumber than these imaginary traffickers.

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u/peppermintesse Vax yo self FFS 💉 Nov 28 '22

It's also not how sex traffickers work, typically...

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u/MeasureTheCrater Nov 28 '22

Thank you for your service! 🤡

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u/Majordunkydunk Nov 28 '22

Can’t fix stupid, being Awarded certainly muffles the unintelligent noise.

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u/plsfixhahaha Nov 28 '22

Always fat and stupid

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u/x575446 Nov 28 '22

The lard works in mysterious ways.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Nov 28 '22

Eleven family members got Covid? I wonder if that was cumulative or the result of something like a wedding?

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

I couldn't find it but doesn't appear to be a wedding, likely a family reunion

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u/leni710 Nov 28 '22

And here I thought rainbows were a symbol of it just having rained, i.e., god's trying to flood the earth again🤣🤪

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u/WintersChild79 💉Vax Mercenary💉 Nov 28 '22

And I have a feeling that she didn't lose any friends over it, because they are all parroting the same shit.

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u/AffectionatePoet4586 Nov 28 '22

Oganesson here—and hubby—are richly and strangely over-endowed with abundant chin acreage.

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u/Ghstfce Nov 28 '22

Would she inflate her gullet when threatened by predators?

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u/Analthumbsucker Nov 28 '22

Like a frightened blowfish but stanky not spiky.

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u/okayesquire Nov 28 '22

She also looked to be also very pro pudding.

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u/EffortAcrobatic1322 Nov 28 '22

That family was pro body fat.

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u/C3POdreamer Nov 28 '22

By the way, back then and I think even now there has been free homebound covid vaccine administration fir Medicare recipients and even Florida had a state program. https://www.ncoa.org/article/how-to-get-the-covid-vaccine-and-booster-to-homebound-older-adults It wasn't well advertised.

I feel bad for the sister and I am glad she wrote urging others to learn from her family's sorrow.

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u/KittenWithaWhip68 Nov 28 '22

Yeah, good for her! Not used to seeing that.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Nov 28 '22

I don't understand the last slide.

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

It's a meme I added

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u/ysociety Nov 28 '22

It’s from pee wee Herman’s big adventure. “Paging mr herman.” Gotta watch it to understand the meme.

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u/Traditional-Cake-587 Nov 28 '22

Buh bye!!!

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

TY

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u/Crafty_Rate8064 Nov 28 '22

Damn, stereotype is right on point!

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u/FistofanAngryGoddess If I didn't want them shorn, I wouldn't have made them sheep Nov 28 '22

Wow, leaking lung fluid out of her nose and mouth. That sounds horrifying.

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u/waterynike Proud Sheep 🐑 Nov 29 '22

Her lungs had to be decimated

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u/rezakuchak Nov 28 '22

Looks like a human bullfrog with that chin.

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u/Analthumbsucker Nov 28 '22

This is why my Cheesecake Factory stock tanked, they retired her trough.

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u/DonRicardo1958 Nov 28 '22

Good Lord, 11 members of one family caught Covid.

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u/deadpoolkool Nov 28 '22

The last slide got me. Brilliant.

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u/lionzfan981 Nov 28 '22

Well....Bye.

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u/wsnc13 Nov 28 '22

Slide 5! Where did this come from?

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u/Alex_877 Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

So proud to he stupid…. Bahhhh 🐑

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u/Moderatemoderatemod Nov 28 '22

Never enough corpses!

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u/Special_Ed2018 Nov 28 '22

On image number 8, I’m trying to figure out what exactly this person means. Obviously they’re trying desperately to go viral in the MAGAverse, mentioning Jeebus and Hell in one post are nearly a guarantee of many reposts. But wtf does it mean, that people should not fear the virus, they should fear Hell, because the virus is inevitably going to happen to them and without Jeebus in their texts-n-prayers they’ll go to Hell? But without Jeebus in your heart you’re going to Hell anyway according to the (New Testament) Bible and (New Testament) Bible-Pundits. Isn’t it kind of redundant to make this special added bit of fear-mongering if the whole “you’re damned to hell” bit has already been thoroughly “documented” in the Bible?

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u/talino2321 Nov 28 '22

Slide 9, really brightens my day. If we can get rid of 11 at one shot, can I get an Amen!

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u/ErdtreeSimp Nov 28 '22

I hate those comic (?) figures Facebook uses

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u/Responsible-Person Nov 28 '22

This woman was mentally ill, as her sister pointed out. Couldn’t leave the house. However, eleven family members got sick. I guess they ALL are mentally I’ll.

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u/OkCaterpillar7770 Go Give One Nov 28 '22

Is that one commenter on photo 10 basically giving condolences for someone who hasn't died yet?

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u/starbetrayer 💰1 billion dollars GoFundMe💰 Nov 28 '22

correct, that was probably days later

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u/Jazzlike-Ad2199 Nov 29 '22

She was on of those “marked cars” conspiracy nuts. I thought they mainly existed on NextDoor.

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u/itsDEE4 Nov 29 '22

I come to Jesus regularly in the Savior category on PornHub.

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u/bcase1o1 Nov 29 '22

O I love when christians talk about the rainbow. Nothing more loving than a being who kills the entire planet, then creates something to constantly remind you that he could again. And how grateful you should be that he doesn't.

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u/RealNefariousness746 Dec 01 '22

That morbid obesity wasn't helpful. What a mess. Good news is, she's dead!

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u/rains-blu Dec 05 '22

A rainbow is a naturally occurring atmospheric optical phenomena caused by refraction and reflection of light. No two people can see the same rainbow at exactly the same way either, because the point of veiw changes.