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Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: April 29, 2020 09:17PM




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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: April 30, 2020 12:06AM

Sad Days of Our Lives - What the Powers-That-Be can do to We the People with the Approval of The Masses.

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: April 30, 2020 12:40AM




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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 02, 2020 07:54AM

He told him TWO times


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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 02, 2020 08:14PM

tells twice.

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 02, 2020 10:35PM

InMates


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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 03, 2020 02:00AM

Yes, Thank God they're in prison!

I've been reading about the Violence in other countries related to Coronavirus. We have the stupida*s Sheeple here that snitch on others, but in a lot of countries, they have Scary Criminals attacking people, like nurses and doctors, accusing them of spreading Coronavirus. Thank God we don't live in any of the Sh*thole Countries eye popping smiley

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: May 03, 2020 04:14AM

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Jennifer
Yes, Thank God they're in prison!

I've been reading about the Violence in other countries related to Coronavirus. We have the stupida*s Sheeple here that snitch on others, but in a lot of countries, they have Scary Criminals attacking people, like nurses and doctors, accusing them of spreading Coronavirus. Thank God we don't live in any of the Sh*thole Countries eye popping smiley

Actually WE LIVE in the Shi&&6est of all countries, and "living" is being kind...

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 03, 2020 01:55PM

Are masks really effective?
At least it gives people the false sense of protection



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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: May 03, 2020 01:58PM

How about you walk outside and get some video of the cops arresting people for not having mass or social distancing

That would be some real reporting

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 03, 2020 03:15PM

Also - and of course the Lib Media will not report this - the reason Pence is unmasked is because he's tested on a regular basis. They're probably testing Trump and Pence every two minutes hoping they get Coronaed.

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: May 03, 2020 03:21PM

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fresh
How about you walk outside and get some video of the cops arresting people for not having mass or social distancing

That would be some real reporting

I've been mountain biking and running in the Los Padres Wilderness everyday and river dunking afterwards and there are tons of Santa Barbarians out here with no enforcement whatsoever. PURE PARADISE!!!

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Posted by: fresh ()
Date: May 03, 2020 03:24PM

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NuNativs
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fresh
How about you walk outside and get some video of the cops arresting people for not having mass or social distancing

That would be some real reporting

I've been mountain biking and running in the Los Padres Wilderness everyday and river dunking afterwards and there are tons of Santa Barbarians out here with no enforcement whatsoever. PURE PARADISE!!!

Yes! Me too!
And surfing



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Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: May 03, 2020 03:54PM

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fresh

Yes! Me too!
And surfing

AWESOME! Now we just need to get that Universal Income going but Trump wants everyone to "work"...

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 03, 2020 05:03PM

Coronavirus: Why so many people are dying in Belgium
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What's different about Belgium?
Belgian officials say they are counting in a way that no other country in the world is currently doing:
counting deaths in hospitals and care homes, but including deaths in care homes that are suspected, not confirmed, as Covid-19 cases.

According to Belgium's latest official figures, out of 7,703 deaths, 53% have been in care homes.


[www.bbc.com]

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 04, 2020 01:30AM


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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: fresh ()
Date: May 04, 2020 01:35AM

10 or more

copying the playbook of another fake pandemic

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 04, 2020 02:15AM

RawPracticalist, the Spanish Flu killed 50 Million people. This Plandemic has only killed maybe 250,000 worldwide, and it's probably only half that because 1/4 were intentionally killed at Nursing Homes and 1/4 were Fudged.

This thing isn't even a true Pandemic. It shouldn't even be calling itself a 'Pandemic' because it's not killed a lot of people. The WHO changed the meaning of the word "Pandemic" when we had the Swine Flu, to get rid of the part that said a Pandemic had to encompass an enormous number of deaths.

[www.bmj.com]

"the WHO changed the definition of an
influenza pandemic by excluding reference to the words "with enormous
numbers of deaths and illness."


[www.virology.ws]

This Coronavirus has a dinky number of deaths and illnesses. Not 'enormous', so it's not a 'Pandemic'. It's a Fake Pandemic.

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 12, 2020 10:02PM


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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 13, 2020 12:03AM

Link to story -

[news.yahoo.com]

What's so disturbing about their trying to get sick to get let out of jail.

What's disturbing is that LA jail (like lots of other jails in the US) let out almost a third of their Criminals because of Coronavirus. eye rolling smiley

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"In March, the sheriff announced that some inmates had been released early and that police departments had been asked to cite rather than arrest some offenders as ways to keep jail populations low.

The process, which began in February, resulted in a reduction of about 5,000 inmates, from more than 17,000 to around 11,700, Villanueva said Monday."

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 14, 2020 12:17AM

The Governors are releasing violent criminals/Killers into Society because of Coronavirus. In Virginia, only one prisoner died, but blackface Northam is releasing thousands of violent criminals from jails -

Virginia gov rejects call to halt parole for violent felons

[journalstar.com]

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam rejected a call Tuesday from several top GOP lawmakers to institute a moratorium on the release of certain inmates by the Virginia Parole Board, which has come under criticism for some recent decisions.

The request from the lawmakers, including the House and Senate minority leaders, came a day after state officials disclosed that Virginia's government watchdog is conducting an administrative investigation into the board's decision to grant parole to a man who has served decades of a life sentence for the killing of an on-duty Richmond police officer.

Northam's spokeswoman, Alena Yarmosky, said in a statement that the governor “rejects” the Republicans' proposal.

“The Governor and his administration have worked tirelessly to create a fairer and more equitable criminal justice system, and safe parole is an important part of that work,” she wrote.

“The remedy to further miscarriages of justice is simple and obvious. A moratorium on the early release of violent felons will restore confidence in our justice system, demonstrate respect for victims and their families, and ensure the safety of all Virginians," said the statement from House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert, Senate Republican Leader Tommy Norment, and the immediate past chairmen of the House and Senate Courts of Justice Committees, Del. Rob Bell and Sen. Mark Obenshain.

The parole board — a five-member panel of gubernatorial appointees — has accelerated its work because of the coronavirus pandemic, one of several efforts by the Northam administration to reduce the population of the state's jails and prisons where compatible with public safety. Correctional facilities, like other congregant settings such as nursing homes, are vulnerable to the spread of the virus.

Because of the nature of Virginia's parole laws, the majority of offenders eligible for parole are serving lengthy sentences for violent crimes.

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 14, 2020 02:52AM


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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 14, 2020 03:02AM

Coming to America angry smiley

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 14, 2020 10:52PM


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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 15, 2020 01:11AM

WHEN SOCIAL DISTANCING IS FINALLY OVER:
[www.youtube.com]

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: Horsea ()
Date: May 16, 2020 06:36PM

People were just as stupid in 1918 as they are today. They bought the idea that diseases of the flu/cold variety were caused by "something out there". Never an internal, self-generated cause.

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Re: Sad Days of Our Lives - What a tiny virus can do to BIG Humans
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 20, 2020 07:54PM

How playing on conspiracy theories can be key to electoral
success

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Why are some conspiracy theories more popular than others? Joseph E. Uscinski writes that
conspiracy theories which go past partisan rivalry and target a political or economic system, or even
a whole class of people, are usually much more attractive to a larger number of people than
theories which concern a single event or person. He argues that Donald Trump has taken
advantage of this bias towards more general conspiracy theories, and has employed them
extensively during the current election campaign to gain voters’ favor.
It used to be that brains and hard work could really get you somewhere. But, those days are over.
The one thing you really need to succeed in today’s world – and I’m sure you’ve already guessed it – is a good set
of conspiracy theories.
Now, I know what you are thinking: shape-shifting lizard people! Well, those pesky reptilian-elite make great fodder
in certain circles, but only four percent of Americans believe in them. Successful conspiracy theories need to be
about the most familiar (and despised) villains, so if you want to reach bigger audiences, you will have to do better.
Partisan conspiracy theories are certainly clever, and they can sometimes get about half of a party’s members
behind you. For example, theories about the Bush Administration’s complicity in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, or nagging
suspicions over Barack Obama’s birth certificate can net you almost a quarter of the public. You’re off to a good
start, but the partisan cues in such theories tend to turn off opposing partisans, and this limits your audience.
Democrats are unlikely to think Obama was born in Kenya, and Republicans are unlikely to entertain 9/11 Truth
theories.
If you want to go big, try conspiracy theories that go beyond partisan gripes – you could go after the political or
economic system, an entire class of people, societal institutions, or you don’t even have to name a specific villain if
you don’t want. You could just hint at shadowy forces instead. People, after all, can imagine their own villains based
on your loose rhetoric. Take JFK assassination theories for example. As many as three-quarters of Americans
bought into these theories at one time, mostly because everyone gets to accuse whoever they want. Whether it’s
Castro, the FBI, the CIA, or the military-industrial complex, people keep a list of mustache-twirling conspirators just
waiting to accuse.
[eprints.lse.ac.uk]

[www.washingtonpost.com]

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Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: May 21, 2020 05:33AM

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Horsea
People were just as stupid in 1918 as they are today. They bought the idea that diseases of the flu/cold variety were caused by "something out there". Never an internal, self-generated cause.

It's BOTH, in the MIDDLE lies the TRUTH. Raw food is not a panacea when you have massive air pollution. Raw foodists suffer from tunnel vision in that food is all that matters, yet in the big picture, it's the least of what constitutes health.

Air is far MORE important than FOOD. The Air quality of being in a "city", will take anyone down no matter what they eat and lay them vulnerable to getting the virus....

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Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: May 21, 2020 11:45AM

>Raw foodists suffer from tunnel vision in that food is all that matters, yet in the big picture, it's the least of what constitutes health.

Exactly, that is why the green smoothies revolution started by Victoria Boutenko was not a revolution at all.

People thought that they could just drink the nutrient-rich greens like kale smoothies and they will be healthy. It did not work. Other things are required, the gym, good thoughts, air, water, nature, fasting, cleansing.


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Posted by: Jennifer ()
Date: May 21, 2020 02:02PM

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RawPracticalist

>Raw foodists suffer from tunnel vision in that food is all that matters, yet in the big picture, it's the least of what constitutes health.

Exactly, that is why the green smoothies revolution started by Victoria Boutenko was not a revolution at all.

People thought that they could just drink the nutrient-rich greens like kale smoothies and they will be healthy. It did not work. Other things are required, the gym, good thoughts, air, water, nature, fasting, cleansing.


Definition: "Revolution as abrupt social change."

I would say the advent of the Green Smoothie was a revolution in Nutrition/Diet. That even daily you could mix fresh greens and fruit into a healthy drink, even a breakfast, is phenomenal.

I have a green smoothie every day for decades, using four or five vegetables and one fruit, and no matter what other crap I eat, I feel that I'm going a long way toward good health and longevity. So, yes, the Green Smoothie was a brilliant creation.

And you said: "People thought that they could just drink the nutrient-rich greens like kale smoothies and they will be healthy."

Really, 'people' thought that, did they? Show me who all in such great numbers thought exactly that or is that just a sweeping generalization that you pulled out of your ass.

("Sweeping generalizations tend to use words such as all, everyone, always, never, nobody, etc." )

You said: "Other things are required, the gym, good thoughts, air, water, nature, fasting, cleansing."

No, sh*t, Dick Tracy. I think 'everyone' knew that.

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So don't dis my Green Smoothie again angry smiley



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