catalog

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Seriously, how much of a cuntwipe have you got to be to tell someone who's lost three family members to covid-19 that it "probably wasn't covid that killed them", or to tell a black doctor that wearing masks is "like slavery"?

Of course they also trot out the same inane gibberish about how reducing the deadly disease is part of a sinister plot to reduce the population.
I was having a chat last week in a shop in town with 2 lads who are really nice, interesting guys, graffiti writers amongst other stuff, one of them showed me his current reading, John allegro's 'sacred mushroom and the cross', and they were both big into the plandemic conspiracy mood.

One has been closely following the court case of the guy prosecuting matt Hancock for fraud, and the other was telling me that gov.uk stats on deaths are not real, that if I checked ONS, I would find that the 5 year average on deaths proves there's no covid etc etc. Neither of them are gonna get the vaccine, and had stats at the ready as to it causing sterility etc. Neither wearing masks.

Didn't get into a debate on the finer points, but was genuinely surprised at how deep some of the plandemic conspiracy thinking goes.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
I love the idea of vaccines that have been in use for all of a couple of months definitely causing infertility.

"My partner and I have been trying for a baby for literally WEEKS! Our gonads have clearly been ruined by this toxic vaccine!"

Never mind that virtually nobody of reproductive age has been given a shot yet.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Just got back from having my AZ jab. It's weird, right after I'd had it, I got this sort of fuzzy feeling in my head - it must have been psychosomatic, because it went away within twenty seconds or so.

On a side note, I don't thinks it's occurred to me before just how elegant and efficient an OS Windows 10 really is.
 
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WashYourHands

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Wait for the

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head swim hardcore
 

pattycakes_

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Just got back from having my AZ jab. It's weird, right after I'd had it, I got this sort of fuzzy feeling in my head - it must have been psychosomatic, because it went away within twenty seconds or so.

On a side note, I don't thinks it's occurred to me before just how elegant and efficient an OS Windows 10 really is.

Did you hear anything like this?

 

Leo

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I was fine after my second Pfizer jab, but the misses got knocked for a loop. wiped out for the whole next day, achy and fatigued, slept for several hours the next afternoon and didn't get an appetite back until the following day.
 
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