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Husker Priapism

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How would the vaccine companies make money if a good chunk of us have immunity now & we knew it?

Health care in this country has major conflicting interests & its shown in a massive way the last 18 months
Pharma companies would make more money if vaccines didn’t exist. Just sayin. Sick people cost more than a vaccine.
 

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What success?
Infrastructure, vaccine rollout, beating an orange goober who says he could beat a George Washington/Honest Abe ticket, (he did it from his couch in the basement too), not tweeting like a school girl, walking up ramps fast and drinking water with one hand. The list is long and Big Balls Biden has only been in office 6 months!
 

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Same energy. Keep going, you're so close!!
Doesn't matter how many people are infected. The death rate is the only thing that matters. Without the nursing home spikes and all the other misleading false numbers, it's a manageable disease.

You can explain to me why don't we have anyone talking about treatment or them giving guidelines to take care of yourself better? Lockdowns don't work and the science was never proven on mask.

Same energy
 

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Infrastructure, vaccine rollout, beating an orange goober who says he could beat a George Washington/Honest Abe ticket, (he did it from his couch in the basement too), not tweeting like a school girl, walking up ramps fast and drinking water with one hand. The list is long and Big Balls Biden has only been in office 6 months!

1. Infrastructure- you mean the one that has very little to do with actual Infrastructure?
2. Vaccine rollout- That was Trump.
3. Beating Trump- 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Here are some actual facts Einstein
1. Immigration and border security- Chaos
2. Current Covid- Chaos
3. Education System- Chaos
4. Crime and murder rates- Chaos
5. In less than one year has killed our energy independence and killed thousands of jobs in the energy sector.
6. Health care- just did my annual renewal, monthly premium going up 8% after dropping slightly the last 3 years
7. Race relations and CRT- Chaos. Dems have set race relations back 50 years. Need more proof- NBA, MLB and the Olympics all with record low viewers. Wait til football season, NFL will suffer a similar fate.

The list is long and no balls Biden has only been in office 6 months. Cadaver Joe and the Toe are an embarrassment and a disgrace as are those clueless, racist Squad idiots that you all elected.
 

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This is just control and people are getting tired of the hypocrisy!

 
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so why haven't we stopped the common cold or flu?
Cuz most tards don't get vaccinated against it so then it mutates just like COVID is doing. When it mutates the previous vaccine could be useless or diminished in its ability to stop it. A$$ hats who refuse to get vaccinated are playing with fire, if COVID mutates into something we cannot figure out how to stop with a vaccine and if it becomes more deadly we will be screwed.
 

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Cuz most tards don't get vaccinated against it so then it mutates just like COVID is doing. When it mutates the previous vaccine could be useless or diminished in its ability to stop it. A$$ hats who refuse to get vaccinated are playing with fire, if COVID mutates into something we cannot figure out how to stop with a vaccine and if it becomes more deadly we will be screwed.
when virus's mutate they tend to be more contagious and less deadly but keep watching CNN for the latest theories.......
 

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when virus's mutate they tend to be more contagious and less deadly but keep watching CNN for the latest theories.......
Ha tell that to the 1918 Spanish flu, the 2016 Ebola outbreak, the bubonic plague, and the 1999 West Nile Virus. All mutated and became more deadly. You tards love to talk about all the research you are doing, but never seem to do any before you make crazy claims.
 

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Ha tell that to the 1918 Spanish flu, the 2016 Ebola outbreak, the bubonic plague, and the 1999 West Nile Virus. All mutated and became more deadly. You tards love to talk about all the research you are doing, but never seem to do any before you make crazy claims.
Then what happened? I'll help you.

The Spanish Flu hit in four waves — the first was mild, the second was the deadliest, the third was deadlier than the first, and the fourth was minor.
 
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The Spanish flu. It faded away as people became immune to it. Also much more deadly than covid. Completely gone in a year and half. The human immune system is an amazing thing.
Well the Bubonic plague killed about 60% of Europe's population, the spanish flu killed about 50 million people, Ebola was contained from spreading because most people died before they could infect others. So yea I guess if we do nothing and COVID mutates into something like the bubonic plague or spanish flu and kills 60% of the population its not big deal. The human immune system is an amazing thing for those in the 40% that survived.

Even if the long term consequences to your health are also unknown, like some survivors of the Spanish Flu who ended up with Enephalitis Lethargica years after and ended up in a catatonic state for the rest of their lives.
 

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One of these days people will realize the chaos party Dems don't want this country to go back to normal. Its pretty obvious if you ask me.
Trump was president when this would have been done, dumbass. God you Trumpies are fvcking morons.
 
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Husker Priapism

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could you explain why your first sentence is true please. think i'm missing something.
10 second explanation…..

Vaccines prevent disease. Almost everything in medicine treats disease once it has appeared.

Use polio for example. Before vaccinations, there were iron lung companies; hospitals dedicated to polio patients that had disabilities; companies that made braces/crutches. Polio was a huge money maker even in a time of before government wellness programs. When polio was eradicated in North America, all of those businesses vanished over a short period of time.

A twenty dollar Covid vaccination x 300,000,000 doses is a lot of money. No doubt. But, the average COVID hospital admission is $65,000. It would take only 92,000 hospital admissions to equal the same amount. Even though some companies would never admit it, they would make more money if a vaccine never came to be.
 
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Well the Bubonic plague killed about 60% of Europe's population, the spanish flu killed about 50 million people, Ebola was contained from spreading because most people died before they could infect others. So yea I guess if we do nothing and COVID mutates into something like the bubonic plague or spanish flu and kills 60% of the population its not big deal. The human immune system is an amazing thing for those in the 40% that survived.

Even if the long term consequences to your health are also unknown, like some survivors of the Spanish Flu who ended up with Enephalitis Lethargica years after and ended up in a catatonic state for the rest of their lives.
why are you putting Bubonic plague in there? It's not a virus
bang that fear drum some more...... people aren't scared yet
 
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Well the Bubonic plague killed about 60% of Europe's population, the spanish flu killed about 50 million people, Ebola was contained from spreading because most people died before they could infect others. So yea I guess if we do nothing and COVID mutates into something like the bubonic plague or spanish flu and kills 60% of the population its not big deal. The human immune system is an amazing thing for those in the 40% that survived.

Even if the long term consequences to your health are also unknown, like some survivors of the Spanish Flu who ended up with Enephalitis Lethargica years after and ended up in a catatonic state for the rest of their lives.
Please sit this one out buddy. The amount of mental retardation in this single post is astounding.
 

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