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(KING 5 News)   Three weeks after one of the most highly vaccinated counties in the US dropped its masking directive, that county again recommends all people wear masks in indoor public spaces   (king5.com) divider line
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2021-07-23 11:21:43 PM  
48 votes:
Makes sense. A county that has that high of a vaccination rate is responsible and they recognize the shiat show that's coming.  Of course they are recommending wearing masks.
 
2021-07-24 12:23:18 AM  
31 votes:
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2021-07-23 11:02:09 PM  
31 votes:
As foretold.

Over and over and over again.
 
2021-07-24 12:47:52 AM  
25 votes:
My prediction is that in 3 months, we won't have lockdowns or mask mandates anymore; we'll just accept Covid deaths as the cost of Murican freedom, like we do with deaths due to gun violence, heart disease, homelessness, bankruptcy, opioid overdoses...
 
2021-07-24 12:39:18 AM  
25 votes:
As someone affected by this, I'm okay with it.

The signs on the buildings say "if you're vaccinated, you don't need a mask, otherwise you do." But all that means is that the unvaccinated, who wouldn't wear a mask if not forced to, will lie and go forth without masks.

We can't count on the good sense and community spirit of these people, so it's back to wearing masks again.
 
2021-07-24 12:40:47 AM  
18 votes:
Don't recommend it. Require it and enforce consequences for those who don't abide. It's been made abundantly clear we do not have the capacity to voluntarily look out for each other.
 
2021-07-24 1:41:59 AM  
16 votes:

Spermbot: The latest evidence I've seen about the mRNA vaccines is that (a) they're about 64% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 (delta variant) (Israeli Ministry of Health), only 0.036% of those with the mRNA vaccine, caught the delta variant, and were admitted to the hospital died (Better Health England study), that vaccinated people have a low enough viral load when infected that they're not vectors, and the vast majority of delta variant infections are among the unvaccinated.

If all this is correct, why do those fully vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine have to wear masks?


Because safe is safe. I know six people right now who have spent the last week down with covid. All six were fully vaccinated. Three with mRNA vaccines. All positive for delta.  Sure, they did not end up in hospital and have no died, but do you really want to have to go through that? This shiat ain't over yet.
 
2021-07-24 12:23:26 AM  
16 votes:
Yup, I'm wearing masks everytime I step inside any place that isn't my home for the foreseeable future. I'm on the waiting list for Project Hazel, even.
 
2021-07-24 1:36:31 AM  
13 votes:

Spermbot: The latest evidence I've seen about the mRNA vaccines is that (a) they're about 64% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 (delta variant) (Israeli Ministry of Health), only 0.036% of those with the mRNA vaccine, caught the delta variant, and were admitted to the hospital died (Better Health England study), that vaccinated people have a low enough viral load when infected that they're not vectors, and the vast majority of delta variant infections are among the unvaccinated.

If all this is correct, why do those fully vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine have to wear masks?


Because they're not assholes.


How can you prove somebody's vaccinated? Unless you're a doctor, you can't.

So instead of trusting other people to  be honest or stress out immunocompromised people who can't be vaccinated, fully vaxed people who aren't some kinda asshole still wear masks indoors.

Besides, by now you should have a good reusable one that doesn't fog up your shades
 
2021-07-24 12:59:03 AM  
13 votes:
"don't wear a mask, wear a mask, they don't work, they work better than anything, don't bother after you have been vaccinated..."

I have heard it all. Seriously. Every possible thing you could say about mask effectiveness or uselessness has already been said by somebody.

You know what I saw at the Olympics last night? Everyone wearing a mask. I saw about four people out of hundreds who had their nose showing. Just wear a mask. It is good enough for Olympic athletes, the Emperor, and about 130 million other people in Japan who just are not getting sick and dying all over the place. Putting a stupid piece of paper over your mouth and nose reduces a deadly infectious illness to an afterthought.

The politics of masks are dumb. The ideology is dumb. Announcing this or that about mask policy is dumb. Stop pretending that it is difficult or offensive to wear a mask, or that it signals something. It doesn't.

I propose that we just all start wearing masks indefinitely. Let's start from there. Someday we might have a festival where we all take them off and burn them, yippee. Or, if we keep screwing up, maybe our children will.

Until then, let our masks be a badge of human fallibility and folly. Let's wear them with pride and shame just as we wear underwear, codpieces, merkins, and g-strings. If we could only control ourselves and our weaknesses, we would not need to wear these garments. Being human, we do express that need, and we do require certain garments.
 
2021-07-24 12:50:16 AM  
12 votes:
As someone living in one of the US's most highly vaccinated counties, I can tell you that a lot of people are not waiting for some mandate because it is pretty much a no-brainer at this point to see how quickly cases can skyrocket and that with more cases there will be more breakout cases and add to that any new mutations that don't give a flying f! about any vaccine.

All in all you look at some other states and wonder if their governors get a kick out of watching people die needlessly.
 
2021-07-24 1:11:13 AM  
10 votes:
I
Don't
Trust
Any
Of
You


No offense.
 
2021-07-24 12:39:29 AM  
10 votes:

chewynathan2: The republicans don't realize their base can't vote if they die of covid, which I am ok with.


I promise you people who are dumb enough not to get vaccinated are sure as hell not wearing masks in public. It's an intelligence test, and they are failing on both counts

/ Playing soccer with a mask sucks
// Shape up you plague creatures
 
2021-07-24 12:22:07 AM  
10 votes:
I'm not exactly happy about everyone's maskless bubble shrinking again, but I do feel a bit safer and will do my part.
 
2021-07-24 1:07:41 AM  
9 votes:
King county resident, I've been wearing masks for well over a year.
Also, the family is vaccinated.

And I wear glasses!
 
2021-07-24 1:43:23 AM  
8 votes:

WTP 2: masks are required...

this message has benn brought to you by 3M, can we keep doing this until every employee is a millionaire ?


What an incredibly stupid post.

As if any company cared enough about their average employees to share massive profits with them.
 
2021-07-24 12:54:15 AM  
8 votes:

We Ate the Necco Wafers: As someone affected by this, I'm okay with it.

The signs on the buildings say "if you're vaccinated, you don't need a mask, otherwise you do." But all that means is that the unvaccinated, who wouldn't wear a mask if not forced to, will lie and go forth without masks.

We can't count on the good sense and community spirit of these people, so it's back to wearing masks again.


Can't count on people to be honest or the business to enforce their own policy. The shops near me that have similar signage just don't seem to care. I've lost count the number of times I've seen parents with kids that are obviously too young to be vaccinated yet none of them are wearing a mask.
 
2021-07-24 12:34:56 AM  
8 votes:
The republicans don't realize their base can't vote if they die of covid, which I am ok with.
 
2021-07-24 3:46:40 AM  
7 votes:
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2021-07-24 1:15:07 AM  
7 votes:

Inebriated Bolshevik Muppet: Yup, I'm wearing masks everytime I step inside any place that isn't my home for the foreseeable future. I'm on the waiting list for Project Hazel, even.


So am I. A few months ago masks were common where I am. Now they've become disappointingly rare. I've had a truly awful month this month with an absurd amount of problems dumped on me from all directions and in dealing with them have had to go to a lot of places I've not been to in ages. Half the time there isn't another masked person in sight.

The only exception is the local ice cream shop where I buy my coffee. All of the employees wear masks at all times. They've been very good about being covid responsible, which is one of the reasons they continue to get my business.
 
2021-07-24 12:52:08 AM  
7 votes:

Fonaibung: My prediction is that in 3 months, we won't have lockdowns or mask mandates anymore; we'll just accept Covid deaths as the cost of Murican freedom, like we do with deaths due to gun violence


It's too soon to talk about covid control
 
2021-07-24 9:15:36 AM  
5 votes:

sizzurpingDerp: At a certain point, as terrible as it may sound, you may just have to let people who refuse to get vaccinated deal with the consequences of their actions rather than keep the 2020 stuff going forever. We can't go on literally forever locking shiat down, mandating masks, etc... Yes... there will be a spike, but this time... it's going to pretty much be people who refuse vaccination (which is free, even without insurance, and available at every pharmacy I have seen, even without an appointment). Every single person I know is vaccinated for COVID including myself, so I'm not really super worried about myself (I worked as an essential worker the whole time, including before I got vaccinated and haven't has even a sniffle since 2019. No one I know has either. I figure my chances now are very slim). According to studies, the vaccines work on the delta varient too, and studies also have shown that the people getting covid now are pretty much non-vaccinated people, with a tiny fraction (must be the 5% of cases) who are.

I mean.. either the vaccines work or they don't. The facts show they do, but politicians are still acting like they don't, mostly out of fear. There is something to be said about using prudent caution vs. utter paranoia. And yes... I still wear a mask at work all day, but it sure is nice to take that thing off when I'm done working.


The problem is that the longer the virus is out there, the better the chance that it mutates into something the vaccine WON'T be able to protect against. The unvaccinated aren't hurting just themselves, they're hurting other people, including people who medically cannot get the vaccine or who medically don't respond to the vaccine.
 
2021-07-24 3:48:01 AM  
5 votes:
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.11​0​1/2021.05.05.21256716v1.full

No more going maskless until we get our bivalent boosters and we can curb stomp it for real.

tl;dr - after around 6-8mo, binding titers against delta are frequently too low to prevent infection. One dose of mrna1273.211 raises the titer against all variants hugely, and closes the great bulk of the gap against newer variants
 
2021-07-24 1:04:48 AM  
5 votes:
I really wish they would break the statistics down further - sure, 97% of all Covid related hospitalizations and deaths are amongst the non-vaccinated, but what percentage of those people CHOSE not to get the vaccine?
 
2021-07-24 1:25:06 AM  
4 votes:

chewynathan2: The republicans don't realize their base can't vote if they die of covid, which I am ok with.


They just did, as of today.
 
2021-07-24 1:16:12 AM  
4 votes:
So long as it keeps disproportionately impacting republicans, conservatives, religious nuts, antivaxxers, and stupid people (a lot of overlap here, but allow me the nuance.) it's actually doing more good than harm.

I hope you stupid pig-headed farks all drop dead drowning in your own lungs while you shiat out your own failing organs. I hope it hurts. I hope you suffer. I hope you are afraid in your last moments. I hope you are farking terrified, alone, and in absolute agony.
 
2021-07-24 1:08:10 AM  
4 votes:
Working in health care we have been told to expect to wear masks for the foreseeable future. This isn't looking good.
 
2021-07-24 12:38:56 AM  
4 votes:
Same in St. Louis City and County.

Our dumbass state AG who is too busy campaigning to do his actual job is planning to fight it.

https://www.kmov.com/news/missouri-ag​-​wants-to-file-a-lawsuit-to-stop-upcomi​ng-mask-mandate-in-st-louis/article_66​e78dbe-ec27-11eb-9ae5-4b8c8fe702b3.htm​l?block_id=990844
 
2021-07-24 12:32:09 AM  
4 votes:

Inebriated Bolshevik Muppet: Yup, I'm wearing masks everytime I step inside any place that isn't my home for the foreseeable future. I'm on the waiting list for Project Hazel, even.


I had no idea what that was. Just went to the website and put my name down as well.
 
2021-07-24 12:21:49 AM  
4 votes:
It's a 120-day cycle since the beginning of this crap.   I sure as hell hope we don't hit anywhere near the max we hit last winter but even half that would be awful.   Based on vax rates, half might be about what we will get.
 
2021-07-24 12:21:20 AM  
4 votes:
masks are required...

this message has benn brought to you by 3M, can we keep doing this until every employee is a millionaire ?
 
2021-07-24 4:58:17 AM  
3 votes:
Spermbot:

So, you distrust both the physical vaccination cards and digital versions of the same?


No. But how can I access that information in Walmart on a Tuesday?  Will you show me your birth certificate and tax returns too?

And you can forge a vaccine card. Some magats already have done.  Even assuming you'd show complete strangers upon request,  getting close enough to see if it's real or a fake endangers the people who can't vax.

But a mask? You can see it. From a long ways off.  and you can also fake a mask, but you can spot that from a long ways off too. and you don't have to ask nobody for nothing.  photons bounce freely off the mask.

So no, you don't have to mask if everyone is fully vaxxed and knows it, like in a small office or at home or at the private members only sex club/buffet.

But if you go out to a mall or something, you're just being a dick not masking and emboldening the magats.
 
2021-07-24 12:54:50 AM  
3 votes:

Karma Chameleon: Don't recommend it. Require it and enforce consequences for those who don't abide. It's been made abundantly clear we do not have the capacity to voluntarily look out for each other.


This. We have an entire farking political party of Mary Mallons. They need to be stopped, and unfortunately, I don't think we have access to any islands big and empty enough to quarantine the whole damn GQP.
 
2021-07-24 12:30:46 PM  
2 votes:

137 Is An Excellent Time: Lsherm: sizzurpingDerp: At a certain point, as terrible as it may sound, you may just have to let people who refuse to get vaccinated deal with the consequences of their actions rather than keep the 2020 stuff going forever. We can't go on literally forever locking shiat down, mandating masks, etc... Yes... there will be a spike, but this time... it's going to pretty much be people who refuse vaccination (which is free, even without insurance, and available at every pharmacy I have seen, even without an appointment). Every single person I know is vaccinated for COVID including myself, so I'm not really super worried about myself (I worked as an essential worker the whole time, including before I got vaccinated and haven't has even a sniffle since 2019. No one I know has either. I figure my chances now are very slim). According to studies, the vaccines work on the delta varient too, and studies also have shown that the people getting covid now are pretty much non-vaccinated people, with a tiny fraction (must be the 5% of cases) who are.

I mean.. either the vaccines work or they don't. The facts show they do, but politicians are still acting like they don't, mostly out of fear. There is something to be said about using prudent caution vs. utter paranoia. And yes... I still wear a mask at work all day, but it sure is nice to take that thing off when I'm done working.

The problem is that the longer the virus is out there, the better the chance that it mutates into something the vaccine WON'T be able to protect against. The unvaccinated aren't hurting just themselves, they're hurting other people, including people who medically cannot get the vaccine or who medically don't respond to the vaccine.

The majority of the world isn't vaccinated and there are far worse situations for variants worldwide. The idiots in America will not be responsible for the variant that breaks the vaccines.

It'll be India. Or Brazil. Or Argentina. Or Sub-Saharan Africa.


A vaccine resistant strain has no selection to become dominant in a population that is not significantly vaccinated.

A vaccine resistant virus does not have any advantage over a non-resistant one when neither of them will ever encounter a vaccinated host.  In bacteria, antibiotic resistance is even a disadvantage if there's no antibiotic, though it's probably different for viruses.

However, in a mixed population of vaxxed and unvaxxed hosts, the vaccine resistant one has a huge advantage and can become dominant.

Partially vaccinated populations are exactly where you expect a strongly resistant strain to arise.
 
2021-07-24 9:44:22 AM  
2 votes:

Lsherm: sizzurpingDerp: At a certain point, as terrible as it may sound, you may just have to let people who refuse to get vaccinated deal with the consequences of their actions rather than keep the 2020 stuff going forever. We can't go on literally forever locking shiat down, mandating masks, etc... Yes... there will be a spike, but this time... it's going to pretty much be people who refuse vaccination (which is free, even without insurance, and available at every pharmacy I have seen, even without an appointment). Every single person I know is vaccinated for COVID including myself, so I'm not really super worried about myself (I worked as an essential worker the whole time, including before I got vaccinated and haven't has even a sniffle since 2019. No one I know has either. I figure my chances now are very slim). According to studies, the vaccines work on the delta varient too, and studies also have shown that the people getting covid now are pretty much non-vaccinated people, with a tiny fraction (must be the 5% of cases) who are.

I mean.. either the vaccines work or they don't. The facts show they do, but politicians are still acting like they don't, mostly out of fear. There is something to be said about using prudent caution vs. utter paranoia. And yes... I still wear a mask at work all day, but it sure is nice to take that thing off when I'm done working.

The problem is that the longer the virus is out there, the better the chance that it mutates into something the vaccine WON'T be able to protect against. The unvaccinated aren't hurting just themselves, they're hurting other people, including people who medically cannot get the vaccine or who medically don't respond to the vaccine.


Fair points. My criticism is mostly for people who lie about being vaccinated just to not wear masks. At some point... they made their bed. Now it's time for the nanny state to let them lie in it and let vaccinated people start to normalize their existence a bit. I may be a little salty having worked masked (etc) the last year an a half while many sat comfortably in their homes going to 'work' on zoom. I'm VERY fatigued dealing with working in the COVID environment and it is very helpfully psychologically to have at least a few normalish hours a day where I'm not breathing my own breath for 10-12 hours a day, getting dehydrated cause I have to go long spells with a mask on, etc... I got my vaccine. I don't want to be collectively punished because some assholes chose not to because of ludicrous theories about 5G towers and mind control or whatever. At a certain point, this shiat needs to end, and there is no scenario that exist or ever will in a free society where 100% of the population gets vaccinated.
 
2021-07-24 3:53:20 AM  
2 votes:

WTP 2: masks are required...

this message has benn brought to you by 3M, can we keep doing this until every employee is a millionaire ?


Can you stop trying to get people killed to own the libs? Just until clean, smart people can get the disease you encouraged under control?
 
2021-07-24 2:43:49 AM  
2 votes:

leeksfromchichis: Spermbot: The latest evidence I've seen about the mRNA vaccines is that (a) they're about 64% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 (delta variant) (Israeli Ministry of Health), only 0.036% of those with the mRNA vaccine, caught the delta variant, and were admitted to the hospital died (Better Health England study), that vaccinated people have a low enough viral load when infected that they're not vectors, and the vast majority of delta variant infections are among the unvaccinated.

If all this is correct, why do those fully vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine have to wear masks?

Because they're not assholes.


How can you prove somebody's vaccinated? Unless you're a doctor, you can't.


So, you distrust both the physical vaccination cards and digital versions of the same?  I guess that implies that you think that the universities requiring proof of vaccination this fall are all foolish.

So instead of trusting other people to be honest or stress out immunocompromised people who can't be vaccinated, fully vaxxed people who aren't some kinda asshole still wear masks indoors.

What does trusting other people to be honest have to do with it?  If an unmasked plague rat coughs on me, I have a 2/3 chance of nothing happening to me and a +99% chance of getting a mild case of the illness if I contract it.

I get, though, that if I'm immunocompromised or have kids under 12, I don't need the stress of not knowing who's vaxed and who's a domestic terrorist. So, I'll mask up to be kind to those folks.
 
2021-07-24 1:32:29 AM  
2 votes:
The latest evidence I've seen about the mRNA vaccines is that (a) they're about 64% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 (delta variant) (Israeli Ministry of Health), only 0.036% of those with the mRNA vaccine, caught the delta variant, and were admitted to the hospital died (Better Health England study), that vaccinated people have a low enough viral load when infected that they're not vectors, and the vast majority of delta variant infections are among the unvaccinated.

If all this is correct, why do those fully vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine have to wear masks?
 
2021-07-24 1:26:04 AM  
2 votes:

educated: I
Don't
Trust
Any
Of
You


No offense.


Non taken.

You shouldn't.
 
2021-07-24 1:06:26 AM  
2 votes:

hoihoi8: chewynathan2: The republicans don't realize their base can't vote if they die of covid, which I am ok with.

I promise you people who are dumb enough not to get vaccinated are sure as hell not wearing masks in public. It's an intelligence test, and they are failing on both counts

/ Playing soccer with a mask sucks
// Shape up you plague creatures


In a HAZMATs waste/operator course, we had to play frizbee while wearing the full bunny-suits and SCBA. That was interesting.
 
2021-07-24 12:29:38 AM  
2 votes:
Delta: we love to infect, and it shows.
 
2021-07-24 4:40:59 PM  
1 vote:

Lsherm: The CDC has not made a correct assertion the first time around for the entire pandemic. Not once. So when they said "You don't have to wear a mask anymore if you're vaccinated" I just instinctively ignored them and kept wearing a mask.

The problem, and this is a REAL problem, is that the CDC is also urging people to get vaccinated, which is correct. However, since they've waffled for so long about masking mandates and isolation rules, they don't have any credibility left. I don't agree with people who refuse the vaccination because they don't trust the CDC, but I understand where that position comes from. When they inevitably tell people to mask up again, it's just going to be another notch in their extremely poor track record.

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So I can't make fun of MTG's toe, but you're allowed to sympathize with anti-vaxxers because the CDC can't predict the future. Whatever
 
2021-07-24 10:39:34 AM  
1 vote:

137 Is An Excellent Time: The majority of the world isn't vaccinated and there are far worse situations for variants worldwide. The idiots in America will not be responsible for the variant that breaks the vaccines.


Realistically, they could be. That's the problem.

You're right, statistically India is the likely area a new variant will come from, but it's not a 100%.
 
2021-07-24 10:29:43 AM  
1 vote:
Fark them. I got my vaccine. I masked up for a year+. I won the right to go maskless.

This kowtowing to idiots in order to help idiots needs to stop. Let them die. We've gotten to the point where we're literally throwing out vaccines because they've expired before anyone wants them.

I'm not wearing a mask to help these idiots anymore. You had eight months. GFY if you haven't gotten a shot yet.
 
2021-07-24 9:13:08 AM  
1 vote:
The CDC has not made a correct assertion the first time around for the entire pandemic. Not once. So when they said "You don't have to wear a mask anymore if you're vaccinated" I just instinctively ignored them and kept wearing a mask.

The problem, and this is a REAL problem, is that the CDC is also urging people to get vaccinated, which is correct. However, since they've waffled for so long about masking mandates and isolation rules, they don't have any credibility left. I don't agree with people who refuse the vaccination because they don't trust the CDC, but I understand where that position comes from. When they inevitably tell people to mask up again, it's just going to be another notch in their extremely poor track record.

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2021-07-24 7:15:09 AM  
1 vote:

SimonElectric: As someone living in one of the US's most highly vaccinated counties, I can tell you that a lot of people are not waiting for some mandate because it is pretty much a no-brainer at this point to see how quickly cases can skyrocket and that with more cases there will be more breakout cases and add to that any new mutations that don't give a flying f! about any vaccine.

All in all you look at some other states and wonder if their governors get a kick out of watching people die needlessly.


Yes.  They are.
 
2021-07-24 6:41:30 AM  
1 vote:

Gordon Bennett: [Fark user image 850x1062]


I had never heard "gammon" before. I like it.
 
2021-07-24 6:41:25 AM  
1 vote:
At a certain point, as terrible as it may sound, you may just have to let people who refuse to get vaccinated deal with the consequences of their actions rather than keep the 2020 stuff going forever. We can't go on literally forever locking shiat down, mandating masks, etc... Yes... there will be a spike, but this time... it's going to pretty much be people who refuse vaccination (which is free, even without insurance, and available at every pharmacy I have seen, even without an appointment). Every single person I know is vaccinated for COVID including myself, so I'm not really super worried about myself (I worked as an essential worker the whole time, including before I got vaccinated and haven't has even a sniffle since 2019. No one I know has either. I figure my chances now are very slim). According to studies, the vaccines work on the delta varient too, and studies also have shown that the people getting covid now are pretty much non-vaccinated people, with a tiny fraction (must be the 5% of cases) who are.

I mean.. either the vaccines work or they don't. The facts show they do, but politicians are still acting like they don't, mostly out of fear. There is something to be said about using prudent caution vs. utter paranoia. And yes... I still wear a mask at work all day, but it sure is nice to take that thing off when I'm done working.
 
2021-07-24 3:07:46 AM  
1 vote:

Fonaibung: My prediction is that in 3 months, we won't have lockdowns or mask mandates anymore; we'll just accept Covid deaths as the cost of Murican freedom, like we do with deaths due to gun violence, heart disease, homelessness, bankruptcy, opioid overdoses...


I look forward to it obliterating red states and their inbred population that aren't people who got vaxxed and/or wear masks.

Finally something that kills stupid
 
2021-07-24 1:40:58 AM  
1 vote:
Same old copy n paste thread I see.
 
2021-07-24 12:58:58 AM  
1 vote:
I think we have passed the Rubicon, at this point we are going to let a percentage die.  Our current deal, is not gonna do shiat, if you are at risk hide the fark out.  If you have contact with the at risk, hide the fark out.   Death deal 5.0 is coming.
 
2021-07-24 12:57:14 AM  
1 vote:
WTP 2:

We can, but that's because we wear masks.

The maskless will perish
 
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