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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by Nemo, Jan 27, 2020.
Yeah. Maybe he'll start posting some like these.
Эти уродливые русские женщины! Да, малыш!
You could say off topic but it does appear to be a virus and a bad one at that. A mask would not stop any of that.
Мои глаза! Больше нет! Прости, что подбадрил тебя.Давайте прекратим портить эту тему. Держите "малышей" в "красивых женщин" нить.Да!
I think it cleared up my Glaucoma.
I see you got in on the vaccine trial too!
I trust Putin more than I do Fauci and all the other "experts."
Just in time for the election and you wonder why people don't believe cdc on anything any more.
I figured that guidance was already out there when churches started to shutter.
It would seem that way. That was probably to far back to have the intended effect on sheep type people wanting to vote in person as coming out with it now does.
cdc has no clue in hell what they are doing.
They are busy 'settling' the science.
Pandemic science was settled in the Dark Ages. Knowledge lost to history as it is no longer taught.
Remember that when the miracle vaccine come out.
Could you possibly cite a less reliable "news" source?
"Natural News (formerly NewsTarget, which is now a separate sister site) is a far-right conspiracy theory and fake news website. The website sells various dietary supplements, promotes alternative medicine and climate change denial, makes tendentious nutrition and health claims, disseminates fake news, and espouses various conspiracy theoriesand pro–Donald Trump propaganda. These conspiracy theories include chemophobic claims about the purported dangers of "chemtrails", fluoridated drinking water, anti-perspirants, laundry detergent, monosodium glutamate, aspartame, and vaccines. It has also spread conspiracy theories about the Zika virus allegedly being spread by genetically modified mosquitoes and purported adverse effects of genetically modified crops, as well as the farming practices associated with and foods derived from them."
This is the "information diet" equivalent of eating Spam & Velveeta nachos with five scoops of ice cream on top. Tsk, tsk.
I provide the info. You give it the credibility you think it should get. Thats why I am very strong on the "Cite Your Source" idea.
Keep in mind your sources can be suspect also. It is Wiki. That is primariliy crowd sourced with similar accuracy validity. Look at footnote 13. See below.
Blum, Deborah (December 20, 2013). "An Honor for Elemental (the cyanide version)". Wired. Retrieved June 21, 2016.