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2020-12-02 10:10:00 PM  

KungFuJunkie: Bovine Diarrhea Virus: Honesty, it's just self-preservation at this point. Those people want to die from COVID, I don't care. But they're not taking me with them.
I haven't eaten out in months. I wear a mask when I go to the store. I haven't seen my family since I don't know when. I go to work. I go to Publix or Sam's Club. I go home.  Y'all wanna die, that's your business.

That's nice and all, but what about the people that also don't want to die, but work at the stores you visit? They can't just avoid the idiots all day long like you can.


Yeah. I like all the farkers totally ignoring the low wage slaves that make their sequestered life possible.
 
2020-12-02 10:12:24 PM  

stuffy: I'd say "Give it back to the Indians". But I doubt they would want it.


The Indians are sadly a broken people. We should really, as a nation, be helping them. So many native women are murdered. No one cares.
 
2020-12-02 10:16:09 PM  

Persnickety Paladin: SpaceyCat: All that is nice and all, but after decades of the Rs declaring that the Ds are devil worshipers, evil, not working for God's plan, etc, why the fark should we return that abuse with niceness?  All that displays - according to the Rs - is weakness and that they can continue to abuse others who aren't like them.

Having the Rs overrule governors who have put in place orders to protect people and continue to push the whole "FREEDUMB!" line despite COVID running like wildfire through the population, you damn well better believe I'm going to laugh at them.  They wanted the freedom to do what they wanted.  They have it.  Now they get the lesson of consequences and responsibilities that go along with that freedom.  Maybe they'll survive the lesson.  Some of them won't.  They rejected science and facts.  Now the science and facts are kicking them upside the head.

Because it is not just the arsewipe Republicans that are suffering.

There are a good 30 odd percent of people that voted blue, who ostensibly wear masks, who don't believe it is a hoax, who voted for science, who did not vote for the idiots that think this is a hoax, and who are for employment or family reasons in that state surrounded by these absolute pos that think masks are tyranny and oppression. Their own state is trying to kill them purely out of spite for science and liberals.

And if progressives also proclaim they should die with the rest of their state then they are basically caught between two types of jerks.


It's so disturbing how monolithic you think vote a certain way are. Most republicans I know do all the right things regarding covid. Yeah, the voted trump twice but that's because the genuinely believe, without malice, that republican policy on balance is better.

It's so disgusting how folks on Fark have no interest in understanding conservatives. Might actually win some over if you tried to be a human to them.
 
2020-12-02 10:16:42 PM  

buserror: Stibium: SomeAmerican: The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines give zero immunity. It's only there to make sure you don't develop severe and lethal symptoms. You can still catch coronavirus, spread it, and still develop covid.

Do you have a source for that?  All I've seen is that we don't yet know to what extent it prevents infection rather than just symptoms.


They don't because they are a lying troll.
 
2020-12-02 10:27:18 PM  

BunkyBrewman: weddingsinger: leeto2: So?

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Problem?

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/not everyone who lives here is a Republican ahole denier.  Some of us are desperately trying to keep ourselves, our aging parents, and our triple open heart surgery wives with auto-immune diseases alive.

Just continue being smart and wait it out.  There might be an entirely different political landscape for you on the other side.  (or not)


Not that you'd know if from reading Fark threads, but there are other things in life besides politics.
 
2020-12-02 10:27:37 PM  

bobbyjoebobby: stuffy: I'd say "Give it back to the Indians". But I doubt they would want it.

The Indians are sadly a broken people. We should really, as a nation, be helping them. So many native women are murdered. No one cares.


Racism and cultural exploitation against natives is still pretty much OK in America. That should speak volumes to most folks, especially to the left. There might not be as many sleights now, but they are just as vicious as ones from old 70's shows.
 
2020-12-02 10:33:00 PM  

BunkyBrewman: GORDON: Still less than 1% fatality rate, dreamers.

What's the acceptible fatality rate?

What percentage of drunk drivers cause fatalities?  It's certainly less than 1% of them, isn't it?  What percentage of people die in accidents that weren't using seatbelts?  Again, much less than 1%.

The 1% fatality rate defense is just farking stupid and people who are trying to downplay a 1% fatality rate are goddamn morons.


You say the 1% defense like this is debate class, and to me, that says it all about this virus.

We bicker back and forth about this thing on the internet as if it's a political issue.  But is it?   It shouldn't be.  We're talking about people's lives and livelihood.

If covid-19 was as apocalyptically bad as the left (and the media) is trying to pretend it is, we wouldn't be debating this stuff.  People would be altering their behavior out of sheer self preservation.

How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think it's debatable whether or not a guy can open his business and make a living.  That isn't a debatable issue.  It's a fact of life.  He can, because he has to, to survive.

It really is that simple.
 
2020-12-02 10:44:00 PM  

GrizzlyPouch: If covid-19 was as apocalyptically bad as the left (and the media) is trying to pretend it is, we wouldn't be debating this stuff. People would be altering their behavior out of sheer self preservation.


Yea, covid fatigue is real. I'm so tired of hearing the news report how SARS-CoV-2 is analogous to HIV and ebola and spread by breathing. I am SOOOOOO SICK AND TIRED!

Ohh wait, I've literally never heard any television news media reference any of that, and only a few people even discussed brain damage when those reports came out.

Your orange god said there was no need to panic, even though China was aware of how bad it was. Remember SARS-1? China didn't weld people into their apartments for that. China also didn't test entire cities of millions of people at a time for that.

But it's just like the flu, huh?
 
2020-12-02 11:13:23 PM  

GrizzlyPouch: How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think it's debatable whether or not a guy can open his business and make a living.  That isn't a debatable issue.  It's a fact of life.  He can, because he has to, to survive.

It really is that simple.


How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think money is more important than human life? This isn't a debatable issue. Forget green pieces of paper, we all have to survive, literally. It really is that simple.
 
2020-12-02 11:15:43 PM  

Stibium: buserror: Stibium: SomeAmerican: The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines give zero immunity. It's only there to make sure you don't develop severe and lethal symptoms. You can still catch coronavirus, spread it, and still develop covid.

Do you have a source for that?  All I've seen is that we don't yet know to what extent it prevents infection rather than just symptoms.

https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/ver​ify/verify-moderna-and-pfizer-vaccines​-may-prevent-disease-but-not-infection​/65-f65cb7ee-24dc-48d0-bc08-8cfb3423a3​b6

This one discusses both vaccines. The concept makes sense if you think about it: vaccines give you a fighting edge against infection but antibodies are internal, they won't do anything until an infection actually takes place. The only way to completely prevent infection is to literally change human biology to remove ACE2 receptors, but we kinda need those.

What these might be effective at is slowing or stopping the second and subsequent generations of virus after the initial infection. That kind of performance is not out of the realm of possibility, but covid affects so many people in so many different ways (as well as different outcomes depending on initial viral load as well as the specific way you got infected)* we really can't give any guarantees about what the vaccine is capable of at this time on the large scale.

*initial infection via eyes will introduce it into the bloodstream the quickest, so it's likely that method of infection gives you the best outcome as your body can recognize the infection more quickly. But this might also not be true for all cases as it would be able to get to T-cells more quickly as well, which is yet another variable to the equation.


Your link says what I said, that we don't yet know to what extent it would prevent infection rather than just reduce symptoms.  By "infection" I (and everyone else who's not trying to be pedantic, at least in discussions aimed at the general public) mean one that thrives enough to become contagious or otherwise problematic.
 
2020-12-02 11:16:02 PM  

Stibium: GrizzlyPouch: If covid-19 was as apocalyptically bad as the left (and the media) is trying to pretend it is, we wouldn't be debating this stuff. People would be altering their behavior out of sheer self preservation.

Yea, covid fatigue is real. I'm so tired of hearing the news report how SARS-CoV-2 is analogous to HIV and ebola and spread by breathing. I am SOOOOOO SICK AND TIRED!

Ohh wait, I've literally never heard any television news media reference any of that, and only a few people even discussed brain damage when those reports came out.

Your orange god said there was no need to panic, even though China was aware of how bad it was. Remember SARS-1? China didn't weld people into their apartments for that. China also didn't test entire cities of millions of people at a time for that.

But it's just like the flu, huh?


Speaking of China it would've been great if they'd done humanity a favor and been up front human to human transmission of it.

To your point, China committing some human rights violations just means it's a day ending in Y....it isn't exactly evidence of anything really.  Except that the Chinese government is despicable.
 
2020-12-02 11:23:34 PM  

SUMMERSN0WS: GrizzlyPouch: How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think it's debatable whether or not a guy can open his business and make a living.  That isn't a debatable issue.  It's a fact of life.  He can, because he has to, to survive.

It really is that simple.

How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think money is more important than human life? This isn't a debatable issue. Forget green pieces of paper, we all have to survive, literally. It really is that simple.


You do realize human beings have to have money to survive in modern society right?

And the government can't just hand it out indefinitely.  A whole lot of people have to be producing for the money to keep flowing.
 
2020-12-02 11:35:18 PM  

cravak: Can we give it to the 2.5 million homeless children in america?
---


Are you talking about the state of North Dakota, or Covid ?
 
2020-12-02 11:37:51 PM  

GrizzlyPouch: SUMMERSN0WS: GrizzlyPouch: How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think it's debatable whether or not a guy can open his business and make a living.  That isn't a debatable issue.  It's a fact of life.  He can, because he has to, to survive.

It really is that simple.

How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think money is more important than human life? This isn't a debatable issue. Forget green pieces of paper, we all have to survive, literally. It really is that simple.

You do realize human beings have to have money to survive in modern society right?

And the government can't just hand it out indefinitely.  A whole lot of people have to be producing for the money to keep flowing.


Your hypothetical guy (you did refer to him as "he") isn't going to die from losing his business. You might die (or be permanently disabled) if you catch COVID. You can't spend money if you're dead.

Human life > money
 
2020-12-02 11:41:49 PM  

buserror: Your link says what I said, that we don't yet know to what extent it would prevent infection rather than just reduce symptoms.  By "infection" I (and everyone else who's not trying to be pedantic, at least in discussions aimed at the general public) mean one that thrives en ...


Fair enough. I try to say "initial infection" when I mean it that way. I've been wondering what the more correct term for the "runaway" of infection as it incubates further after the initial dose. The thing is, I need to be specific that way because people by-and-large think these vaccines are magic bullets, and it couldn't be further from the truth and it's gonna make the situation far worse the longer that thinking keeps spreading. It's pretty important that people understand this about the vaccines, it's not a panacea that lets us go back to pre-2020 life the way it's being portrayed.
 
2020-12-02 11:45:15 PM  
SUMMERSN0WS:

Food and shelter aren't free.  Unfortunately human beings die without them.

But if it really is that easy, the solution is simple.  Anybody worried about the virus can just stay inside indefinitely.  That way they don't have to worry while the rest of society carries on.
 
2020-12-02 11:47:47 PM  

GrizzlyPouch: Speaking of China it would've been great if they'd done humanity a favor and been up front human to human transmission of it.

To your point, China committing some human rights violations just means it's a day ending in Y....it isn't exactly evidence of anything really. Except that the Chinese government is despicable.


Xi was very forthcoming with details early on. However he didn't appreciate being slandered by Trump, nor did he particularly appreciate us pulling out of pandemic response and research. The research blackout happened after all of that.

Besides, anyone with half a brain could follow the news and realize that it spreads from person-to-person, as well as being airborne. There were LOTS of things we found out about it, but because WHO/CDC didn't want anyone to panic, all of those discoveries were downplayed and disputed as histrionics. For fark's sake, we knew it caused infertility while it was still in South Korea.

I mean, shiat, airborne spread should have been dead obvious and crowed nonstop in the media after we found out just how small it's size was.

But Trump said there was no need to panic. And here we are.
 
2020-12-03 12:04:17 AM  

Stibium: GrizzlyPouch: Speaking of China it would've been great if they'd done humanity a favor and been up front human to human transmission of it.

To your point, China committing some human rights violations just means it's a day ending in Y....it isn't exactly evidence of anything really. Except that the Chinese government is despicable.

Xi was very forthcoming with details early on. However he didn't appreciate being slandered by Trump, nor did he particularly appreciate us pulling out of pandemic response and research. The research blackout happened after all of that.

Besides, anyone with half a brain could follow the news and realize that it spreads from person-to-person, as well as being airborne. There were LOTS of things we found out about it, but because WHO/CDC didn't want anyone to panic, all of those discoveries were downplayed and disputed as histrionics. For fark's sake, we knew it caused infertility while it was still in South Korea.

I mean, shiat, airborne spread should have been dead obvious and crowed nonstop in the media after we found out just how small it's size was.

But Trump said there was no need to panic. And here we are.


Oh, I'm sorry.  I didn't realize we were supposed to invent our own reality for this discussion.  I'll have to bow out though as there's plenty of stuff going on in actual reality worth discussing.

https://www.businessinsider.com/who-n​o​-transmission-coronavirus-tweet-was-to​-appease-china-guardian-2020-4?amp
 
2020-12-03 12:11:59 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: That way they don't have to worry while the rest of society carries on.


Its adorable you think society would carry on as normal.
 
2020-12-03 12:15:47 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Stibium: GrizzlyPouch: Speaking of China it would've been great if they'd done humanity a favor and been up front human to human transmission of it.

To your point, China committing some human rights violations just means it's a day ending in Y....it isn't exactly evidence of anything really. Except that the Chinese government is despicable.

Xi was very forthcoming with details early on. However he didn't appreciate being slandered by Trump, nor did he particularly appreciate us pulling out of pandemic response and research. The research blackout happened after all of that.

Besides, anyone with half a brain could follow the news and realize that it spreads from person-to-person, as well as being airborne. There were LOTS of things we found out about it, but because WHO/CDC didn't want anyone to panic, all of those discoveries were downplayed and disputed as histrionics. For fark's sake, we knew it caused infertility while it was still in South Korea.

I mean, shiat, airborne spread should have been dead obvious and crowed nonstop in the media after we found out just how small it's size was.

But Trump said there was no need to panic. And here we are.

Oh, I'm sorry.  I didn't realize we were supposed to invent our own reality for this discussion.  I'll have to bow out though as there's plenty of stuff going on in actual reality worth discussing.

https://www.businessinsider.com/who-no​-transmission-coronavirus-tweet-was-to​-appease-china-guardian-2020-4?amp


"An infamous WHO tweet saying there was 'no clear evidence' COVID-19 could spread between humans was posted for 'balance' to reflect findings from China"

How is that a counter to anything I said? Especially the part where I specifically said the WHO was downplaying it? And how the same source says that China admitted to human-to-human transmission a couple days after the tweet referenced in your link, which means that by the time Business Insider got their hands on THAT information it was already old.

So, what's your point?
 
2020-12-03 12:17:54 AM  

lolmao500: The first world has finally tasted for real what the ''third world'' has been living in day in day out, a society totally farked up without any control over the situation.


Haha, you think the US is actually first world. The absolute best you can say about the US is that we're one of the better third world countries, and even then that's a fair stretch these days.

/"third world" defined by living standards, not the West/Soviet/everyone else split during the Cold War definition
 
2020-12-03 12:20:15 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: SUMMERSN0WS:

Food and shelter aren't free.  Unfortunately human beings die without them.


Unlike you, I don't believe that little green pieces of paper are more important than human life. But go ahead, convince me:

How much money do I need to make, that you would be willing to die for?
 
2020-12-03 12:22:23 AM  

tekmo: Rename it Lakota, give it back to the Indians, with a heartfelt apology.


I'm sure they'll accept the offer, but there's about 1.4 billion of them.  Might get kind of crowded up there if they all decide to come.
 
2020-12-03 12:38:55 AM  
Stibium:

You think China was forthcoming with information about the virus.

Yet they had the WHO tweeting out there was no human to human transmission in the early stages of the pandemic.

That's the opposite of forthcoming.  It's intentionally being deceptive.
 
2020-12-03 12:42:20 AM  
Stibium:

FTA "It emerged this week that by January 14, officials in China already knew that the virus could spread between people - and would likely become a pandemic. They waited for a further six days before making that information public."

6 crucial days they didn't bother to tell anybody else, hey um, this thing is pretty serious.

You really think they were forthcoming?
 
2020-12-03 12:46:37 AM  

SUMMERSN0WS: GrizzlyPouch: SUMMERSN0WS:

Food and shelter aren't free.  Unfortunately human beings die without them.

Unlike you, I don't believe that little green pieces of paper are more important than human life. But go ahead, convince me:

How much money do I need to make, that you would be willing to die for?


*sigh*

Food isn't free.  No food = no human life.  It's really very simple.
 
2020-12-03 1:07:40 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: ....

How much money do I need to make, that you would be willing to die for?

*sigh*

Food isn't free.  No food = no human life.  It's really very simple.


Uhhhh, you do realize that cash is about five thousand years old, and that humans have existed for five millionyears, right? Yet somehow, we managed.
 
2020-12-03 1:08:25 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Stibium:

FTA "It emerged this week that by January 14, officials in China already knew that the virus could spread between people - and would likely become a pandemic. They waited for a further six days before making that information public."

6 crucial days they didn't bother to tell anybody else, hey um, this thing is pretty serious.

You really think they were forthcoming?


And if you will recall, that coincided with New Years festivities, which is the reason for the deception. Same thing Trump did. Regardless, that's not the same thing as instituting a research blackout.

For your perusal: https://ghrp.biomedcentral.c​om/article​s/10.1186/s41256-020-00172-1

It has nice little footnotes so you can follow along with the research papers. We had lots of data to go on before it even hit Europe.
 
2020-12-03 1:37:57 AM  

manitobamadman: Ginnungagap42: I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: "Excellent. Soon." -- Justin Trudeau

"South Manitoba"

Approves 😜


Canada is just that much closer to getting warm beach front property...
 
2020-12-03 2:00:24 AM  

SomeAmerican: trappedspirit: But how many Rhode Islands is that?

CDC has ND at 127 COVID-19 deaths per 100k and RI at 130 COVID-19 deaths per 100k, so ND is 0.98 RIs, I guess.


Well, you have accurately shucked the joke, and got more funnies than mine.  I will never understand fark, but I will pretend to.
 
2020-12-03 2:08:11 AM  
bobbyjoebobby:
It's so disturbing how monolithic you think vote a certain way are. Most republicans I know do all the right things regarding covid. Yeah, the voted trump twice but that's because the genuinely believe, without malice, that republican policy on balance is better.

HAHAHAHA
You are laughably ridiculous.
Republicans are evil.
Every. Single. One.
You too.
 
2020-12-03 3:17:09 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: SUMMERSN0WS: GrizzlyPouch: How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think it's debatable whether or not a guy can open his business and make a living.  That isn't a debatable issue.  It's a fact of life.  He can, because he has to, to survive.

It really is that simple.

How did we reach a point, in the United States of America, that we think money is more important than human life? This isn't a debatable issue. Forget green pieces of paper, we all have to survive, literally. It really is that simple.

You do realize human beings have to have money to survive in modern society right?

And the government can't just hand it out indefinitely.  A whole lot of people have to be producing for the money to keep flowing.


You seem to be able to spend umpteen gazillion dollars on 'defence' every year - why not cut back on that?
 
2020-12-03 4:06:01 AM  

bobbyjoebobby: Schlubbe: 32% of voters in ND went for Biden. It's way easier to sit in a blue enclave and post 'why are there 2 dakotas anyway?' and 'good, hope they die' comments with your buddies than to live here and work to change it from within.

It would be really helpful for that process if you all could not give more fuel to the 'see? Democrats all hate you' rhetoric these republican assbags use to keep this state red.

Some of us are actually trying.

Fark really is a fascinating insight into the "educated, science, love for all" liberal mind.


fark you.

Conservatives don't even *pretend* to care about other Americans.
 
2020-12-03 4:08:31 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Stibium:

FTA "It emerged this week that by January 14, officials in China already knew that the virus could spread between people - and would likely become a pandemic. They waited for a further six days before making that information public."

6 crucial days they didn't bother to tell anybody else, hey um, this thing is pretty serious.

You really think they were forthcoming?



And fark you too.   Yeah, *China* fark this all up by fiddling around for Six Days.    Cram your whataboutism up your conservative selfish asshole.
 
2020-12-03 5:35:56 AM  

lolmao500: Nationwide, that would mean 415 000 dead from COVID... so North Dakota is about the same rate as the rest of the country if you count excess death.

January 1-Oct 1 excess death was 350 000.

By the end of the year its gonna probably be 50%+ that.

We'll see the real death numbers in 2021 or 2022 and it will be much worse than what is reported right now.


And millions of our slower-witted countrymen will blame Biden...some of the finger-pointers will be GOP senators who failed to convict Trump...
 
2020-12-03 5:38:12 AM  

Representative of the unwashed masses: Saskatchewan looks to it's west, east and south and just mutters F#CK.


Can we interest you good folks in a border wall?  It's only slightly-used...
 
2020-12-03 5:40:09 AM  

TheThighsofTorgo: I don't want any of them to die.
But when you see someone sitting on the train tracks, and you see a train in the distance, and you try and warn them, but they curse and spit on you and tell you the train is a hoax...
WHAT ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DO?


It's like the Trolley Problem, only with people crowding onto the tracks...
 
2020-12-03 5:45:16 AM  

doomsdayaddams: Wow. This thread is really exposing some assholes, and not in a fun way. It's one thing to criticize people's poor choices. It's another to revel in their deaths. Quite a few of these people likely fell ill because of the actions of others. Have some humanity.


Those "others" were, statistically speaking, like-minded folks who thought it was a Democratic hoax.

You know...humanity :)

/you don't see the lower animals doing anything quite so stupid
 
2020-12-03 5:46:20 AM  

Schlubbe: SpaceyCat: Schlubbe: 32% of voters in ND went for Biden. It's way easier to sit in a blue enclave and post 'why are there 2 dakotas anyway?' and 'good, hope they die' comments with your buddies than to live here and work to change it from within.

It would be really helpful for that process if you all could not give more fuel to the 'see? Democrats all hate you' rhetoric these republican assbags use to keep this state red.

Some of us are actually trying.

All that is nice and all, but after decades of the Rs declaring that the Ds are devil worshipers, evil, not working for God's plan, etc, why the fark should we return that abuse with niceness?  All that displays - according to the Rs - is weakness and that they can continue to abuse others who aren't like them.

Having the Rs overrule governors who have put in place orders to protect people and continue to push the whole "FREEDUMB!" line despite COVID running like wildfire through the population, you damn well better believe I'm going to laugh at them.  They wanted the freedom to do what they wanted.  They have it.  Now they get the lesson of consequences and responsibilities that go along with that freedom.  Maybe they'll survive the lesson.  Some of them won't.  They rejected science and facts.  Now the science and facts are kicking them upside the head.

Feel free to kick the crap out of Republicans all you want. I'm not defending them. They suck

I'm just pointing out that there are a not insignificant number of us trying to effect change from within here in ND. The people who feel they need to come in to every thread condemning every North Dakotan to death really don't help, and just fuel the 'Us vs Them' rhetoric the Republicans use to hold the state.

Decent people exist in Red states, in the same way every person in Blue states knows a Trumper or two.


We're all counting on you...no pressure.
 
2020-12-03 5:49:47 AM  

studebaker hoch: Representative of the unwashed masses: studebaker hoch: I sure hope they got enough revenue from that Sturgis motorcycle rally to pay for all the medical care.

And the graves.

Er you may want to invest in a map...

Oh right, I forgot that horrifyingly contagious and deadly viral infections can't cross into adjacent states.

Good catch.


Remember that gif of cell phone users traveling after Spring Break?   Looked like cancer cells metastasizing...
 
2020-12-03 5:53:05 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Numbers


Nothing funnier than a Trumper suddenly pretending to care about objective facts,

That ship sailed...and your fellow cultists sank it.
 
2020-12-03 5:56:00 AM  

SafetyThird: This thread is chock full of horrible people. Get help.


Shrug.  If a majority of people in a location think Donald Farking Trump is a good idea, contempt is inevitable.

Farker literally stole PPE from Blue states, and those people cheered.

Horrible is as horrible does.  Reap as you sow.
 
2020-12-03 10:49:49 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: SUMMERSN0WS: GrizzlyPouch: SUMMERSN0WS:

Food and shelter aren't free.  Unfortunately human beings die without them.

Unlike you, I don't believe that little green pieces of paper are more important than human life. But go ahead, convince me:

How much money do I need to make, that you would be willing to die for?

*sigh*

Food isn't free.  No food = no human life.  It's really very simple.


You can't buy food if you're dead. It's really very simple.

Can you answer my question? How much money do I have to make that you're willing to die for?

Or would you rather I struggle a bit - get rid of cable, wait in line at a food pantry, get a different job - so you can live?
 
2020-12-03 11:24:18 AM  

Bowen: weddingsinger: leeto2: So?

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Problem?

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/not everyone who lives here is a Republican ahole denier.  Some of us are desperately trying to keep ourselves, our aging parents, and our triple open heart surgery wives with auto-immune diseases alive.

Yeah, but appetizers at TGIFridays are half off, sooooo


I made this the other day

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2020-12-03 2:52:30 PM  

weddingsinger: Bowen: weddingsinger: leeto2: So?

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Problem?

[au.reachout.com image 400x225]

/not everyone who lives here is a Republican ahole denier.  Some of us are desperately trying to keep ourselves, our aging parents, and our triple open heart surgery wives with auto-immune diseases alive.

Yeah, but appetizers at TGIFridays are half off, sooooo

I made this the other day

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You can be all sad at the funeral, tonight it's dinner time!
 
2020-12-04 6:42:21 AM  

weddingsinger: Bowen: weddingsinger: leeto2: So?

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Problem?

[au.reachout.com image 400x225]

/not everyone who lives here is a Republican ahole denier.  Some of us are desperately trying to keep ourselves, our aging parents, and our triple open heart surgery wives with auto-immune diseases alive.

Yeah, but appetizers at TGIFridays are half off, sooooo

I made this the other day

[Fark user image image 597x480]


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
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