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2022-01-21 7:25:14 PM  
Not me.
 
2022-01-21 8:45:14 PM  
That's a campaign platform these days
 
2022-01-21 8:52:20 PM  
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2022-01-21 8:59:54 PM  
*Alabama man has entered the chat*
 
2022-01-21 9:00:01 PM  
Out of farks to give
 
2022-01-21 9:44:28 PM  
It's like the GQP is culling the herd.

It's time to get rid of the morans. They don't need them now that they can change the outcome of any/all upcoming elections.
 
2022-01-21 9:52:08 PM  

suebhoney: It's like the GQP is culling the herd.

It's time to get rid of the morans. They don't need them now that they can change the outcome of any/all upcoming elections.


The morons have kids, kids who live in states where the education system has been systematically destroyed for years.  So...
 
2022-01-21 9:53:46 PM  

hervatski: *Alabama man has entered the chat grave*


FTFY
 
2022-01-21 11:46:32 PM  
If this had been a delta type wave we would be democrats now.
 
2022-01-21 11:47:06 PM  
And when the long term effects of this are known and they are suffering because of them, they will cry "why did no one warn us!" without a hint of retrospection.
 
2022-01-21 11:47:43 PM  
FTFA: Nineteen of Alabama's 67 counties currently have a positivity rate higher than 50% - meaning more than half of all tests performed in those counties are coming back positive.
 
2022-01-21 11:49:37 PM  
Wow. And Nevada is about 35%. That's because we've topped out at 53% vaccination. It's great to live in a purple state.

But it's great when it turns blue like 2016 and 2020. Lol
 
2022-01-21 11:52:08 PM  
Holy shiat!  FAFO in action.
 
2022-01-21 11:55:03 PM  
We dare defend our right to die from an easily preventable disease

, and potentially kill you or your family, due to my ignorance - which is by the way as equally valid as yr dumb book learnin'
 
2022-01-21 11:56:09 PM  

vrax: Holy shiat!  FAFO in action.


Not really though. It's doing more to confirm that it was "nothing all along" it that neck of the woods.
 
2022-01-22 12:00:51 AM  
45%?!?  That's like, oxygen.
 
2022-01-22 12:01:51 AM  

suebhoney: It's like the GQP is culling the herd.

It's time to get rid of the morans. They don't need them now that they can change the outcome of any/all upcoming elections.


This is correct.

All 2022 republican controlled state elections are fraudulent
 
2022-01-22 12:02:32 AM  
I keep wondering how long it will be until one of these jackwagon states tries to ban vaccines outright.
 
2022-01-22 12:05:37 AM  
i can't worry my beautiful mind about this.
 
2022-01-22 12:10:04 AM  

Por que tan serioso: vrax: Holy shiat!  FAFO in action.

Not really though. It's doing more to confirm that it was "nothing all along" it that neck of the woods.


They are pushing the limits of their ICUs, so that's a serious problem.  The MAGA morons always make the mistake of thinking that outright death from C19 is the only important metric.
 
2022-01-22 12:13:05 AM  

KodosZardoz: Wow. And Nevada is about 35%. That's because we've topped out at 53% vaccination. It's great to live in a purple state.

But it's great when it turns blue like 2016 and 2020. Lol


I am hoping with COVID and population migration that Ohio trends back that way again.

I didn't say I was optimistic, I said hoping.
 
2022-01-22 12:14:50 AM  
So what you're saying is there's a lot of real estate coming up for sale soon in Alabama.
 
2022-01-22 12:20:34 AM  
Whether it's STD's, idiocy or mental deficiencies, all things from alabama are infected. They probably caught it all from mississippi.
 
2022-01-22 12:29:16 AM  
Alabama was just in the news for corrupt police in some small town ticketing and then creating legal hell for out-of-state drivers.

We can only hope that those fumb darking inbreds hurry up and die of the 'vid. Then maybe some of use educated people with money can buy some vacation property down there, and show the locals that sucking the teat of.a tourist economy is richly rewarding, if you don't bite the hand that feeds you.
 
2022-01-22 12:32:49 AM  

OhioUGrad: KodosZardoz: Wow. And Nevada is about 35%. That's because we've topped out at 53% vaccination. It's great to live in a purple state.

But it's great when it turns blue like 2016 and 2020. Lol

I am hoping with COVID and population migration that Ohio trends back that way again.

I didn't say I was optimistic, I said hoping.


Fingers crossed for you!
 
2022-01-22 12:48:43 AM  

Por que tan serioso: If this had been a delta type wave we would be democrats now.


Give it time.

The long term effects of covid infections are not known.  But there are some worrying signs.

It isn't completely implausible that 5-10 years down the road, we'll start seeing some serious health issues crop out in "survivors".  There's already "long covid", and no consensus about the mechanism behind that disease.  Plus the diabetes link.

But almost everything is preliminary right now, with initial findings by small groups being reported, but not enough time for thorough follow-up or critical research.
 
2022-01-22 12:50:14 AM  
DIE FASTER AND IN GREATER NUMBERS
 
2022-01-22 12:50:21 AM  
I remember when 2% was a big cause for alarm here in CA. We are now at about 22% or so.
 
2022-01-22 12:51:34 AM  

Archie Goodwin: And when the long term effects of this are known and they are suffering because of them, they will cry "why did no one warn us!" without a hint of retrospection.


Nah, they'll just blame Obama.
 
2022-01-22 12:54:54 AM  

endosymbiont: Alabama was just in the news for corrupt police in some small town ticketing and then creating legal hell for out-of-state drivers.

We can only hope that those fumb darking inbreds hurry up and die of the 'vid. Then maybe some of use educated people with money can buy some vacation property down there, and show the locals that sucking the teat of.a tourist economy is richly rewarding, if you don't bite the hand that feeds you.


My plan for those small towns is keep a MAGA hat near. I get stopped and on it goes. A small price to pay to get out of an illegal ticket.
 
2022-01-22 12:57:12 AM  
Roll, Covid, Roll!
 
2022-01-22 12:58:05 AM  

etoof: I keep wondering how long it will be until one of these jackwagon states tries to ban vaccines outright.


They should, and when SCOTUS strikes them down saying states can't ban medications, doctors in red states should resume prescribing abortion pills citing the ruling.
 
2022-01-22 1:04:25 AM  
1 in 200 Alabamans will be dead in a month.

Jaysus...
 
2022-01-22 1:05:33 AM  

Communist Middleschool Student: 1 in 200 Alabamans will be dead in a month.

Jaysus...


Damnit misread the title.  Dozens of Alabamans will be dead in a month.
 
2022-01-22 1:09:45 AM  

hervatski: *Alabama man has entered the chat*


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"BRRRRRRRUUUUUP!"
 
2022-01-22 1:19:15 AM  

foo monkey: 45%?!?  That's like, oxygen.


Found the Alabamian.
 
2022-01-22 1:23:06 AM  

saturn badger: I remember when 2% was a big cause for alarm here in CA. We are now at about 22% or so.


And we are doing about 225k tests a day in la county and 20% positivity
 
2022-01-22 1:40:48 AM  

KodosZardoz: OhioUGrad: KodosZardoz: Wow. And Nevada is about 35%. That's because we've topped out at 53% vaccination. It's great to live in a purple state.

But it's great when it turns blue like 2016 and 2020. Lol

I am hoping with COVID and population migration that Ohio trends back that way again.

I didn't say I was optimistic, I said hoping.

Fingers crossed for you!


State went for Obama, then went off the deep-end and voted for TFG at a higher level than farking Texas!

Rural Ohio is like driving into The Hills Have Eyes
 
2022-01-22 1:55:09 AM  

OhioUGrad: KodosZardoz: OhioUGrad: KodosZardoz: Wow. And Nevada is about 35%. That's because we've topped out at 53% vaccination. It's great to live in a purple state.

But it's great when it turns blue like 2016 and 2020. Lol

I am hoping with COVID and population migration that Ohio trends back that way again.

I didn't say I was optimistic, I said hoping.

Fingers crossed for you!

State went for Obama, then went off the deep-end and voted for TFG at a higher level than farking Texas!

Rural Ohio is like driving into The Hills Have Eyes


After all the articles and comments I've read here, I'm beginning to think that maybe Ohio should have its own tag like "The State That Shall Not be Named." (florida)
 
2022-01-22 1:56:53 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Hyperbolizing Covid is a big part of the problem with getting everybody vaccinated.

Insinuating, like Subby has done here, that everybody who's unvaccinated is going to die is counterproductive.  It also ignores a lot of science and data.


Aw man, isn't it cute. It's like he's talking
 
2022-01-22 2:15:25 AM  

Eddie Barzoom: GrizzlyPouch: Hyperbolizing Covid is a big part of the problem with getting everybody vaccinated.

Insinuating, like Subby has done here, that everybody who's unvaccinated is going to die is counterproductive.  It also ignores a lot of science and data.

Aw man, isn't it cute. It's like he's talking


It's like watching a cute, chattering fox video on YouTube.  Only after a second, you realize that it's not chattering, and it's not cute, it's actually foaming at the mouth as it goes into convulsions, it's brown, mangy, and it isn't actually a fox, it's a giant wharf rat with some sort of horrific skin condition that involves fungating tumors, and another rat is trying to simultaneously eat it and have sex with it before it dies.
 
2022-01-22 2:18:42 AM  

Smirky the Wonder Chimp: Eddie Barzoom: GrizzlyPouch: Hyperbolizing Covid is a big part of the problem with getting everybody vaccinated.

Insinuating, like Subby has done here, that everybody who's unvaccinated is going to die is counterproductive.  It also ignores a lot of science and data.

Aw man, isn't it cute. It's like he's talking

It's like watching a cute, chattering fox video on YouTube.  Only after a second, you realize that it's not chattering, and it's not cute, it's actually foaming at the mouth as it goes into convulsions, it's brown, mangy, and it isn't actually a fox, it's a giant wharf rat with some sort of horrific skin condition that involves fungating tumors, and another rat is trying to simultaneously eat it and have sex with it before it dies.


link?
 
2022-01-22 2:19:15 AM  
Fark is not your personal, etc
 
2022-01-22 2:31:21 AM  

Eddie Barzoom: Fark is not your personal, etc


Sez you.
 
2022-01-22 3:13:08 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Hyperbolizing Covid is a big part of the problem with getting everybody vaccinated.

Insinuating, like Subby has done here, that everybody who's unvaccinated is going to die is counterproductive.  It also ignores a lot of science and data.


Got the right alt this time I see.
 
2022-01-22 3:30:42 AM  

KodosZardoz: OhioUGrad: KodosZardoz: OhioUGrad: KodosZardoz: Wow. And Nevada is about 35%. That's because we've topped out at 53% vaccination. It's great to live in a purple state.

But it's great when it turns blue like 2016 and 2020. Lol

I am hoping with COVID and population migration that Ohio trends back that way again.

I didn't say I was optimistic, I said hoping.

Fingers crossed for you!

State went for Obama, then went off the deep-end and voted for TFG at a higher level than farking Texas!

Rural Ohio is like driving into The Hills Have Eyes

After all the articles and comments I've read here, I'm beginning to think that maybe Ohio should have its own tag like "The State That Shall Not be Named." (florida)


I say it often in threads that involve Ohio. It's a strange place anymore.
 
2022-01-22 4:12:26 AM  
Guessing I know which state is going to have the largest number of refrigerated trucks soon.
 
2022-01-22 4:39:11 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: Hyperbolizing Covid is a big part of the problem with getting everybody vaccinated.

Insinuating, like Subby has done here, that everybody who's unvaccinated is going to die is counterproductive.  It also ignores a lot of science and data.


COVID-19: 800,000. Osama bin Laughin': 3,000. Critical Race Theory: 0.

But COVID-19 is just the flu, and the Scary Mooselimbs and Commie Pinko Liberals are gonna kill us all.
 
2022-01-22 5:00:17 AM  
Missouri attorney general Schmitt sued dozens more school districts yesterday for requiring masks.

The tax money wasted on both the lawsuits, and the school money used to defend against it, is indefensible.
 
2022-01-22 5:09:52 AM  
It will be so weird watching zombie movies from now on. Everyone running away from zombies...except Americans, who are running to the zombies, sticking their arms and legs in the zombie mouths, picking up zombies and rubbing them all over their bodies, Americans actually eating zombie skin by the handful in some kind of reverse horror movie where everyone is like FARK THE AMERICANS ARE EATING THE ZOMBIES WHAT DO WE DO AAAAAA where the racial tnesion of the next Night of the Living Dead remake is the Black dude going, CLOSE THE FARKING DOOR OUR LIVES MATTER while the white guy is yelling "It's my right to let zombies into the house!" and the white mom is yelling "My daughter is going to school we need to reopen!" and Barbara is all quiet and crying not because she is traumatized but because she is like, "We already had a vote and I was voted down so we're sending the kid to school."
 
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