One reason I defend vaccines is that I've seen the same arguments before in a slightly-different field.

I got my pfirst Pfizer shot pfive days ago.

I have not yet been struck by lightning.

Considering how much effort governments have put into keeping people from getting vaccines, the "vaccine passports" might be used to deny rights to vaccinated people.

What was used 3000 years ago instead of vaccine passports:
"And the leper in whom the plague is, his clothes shall be rent, and his head bare, and he shall put a covering upon his upper lip, and shall cry, 'Unclean, unclean.'"---Leviticus 13:45

It should be completely obvious that GMO foods were developed by H1B-visa holders working for Monsanto (bankrolled by a consortium consisting of the Elders of Zion and renegade Objectivist extraterrestrials from Zeta Reticuli) using a template developed by the Freemasons (you can find it encoded in the Washington DC street plan) in order to produce a vaccine (when grown using radioactive fertilizer) that would prevent circumcisions from being reversed and produce antibodies to medical marijuana.

As far as I can tell, the best sign of bulshytt around here is using images to make a point that can be better expressed with words.

What if the same tactics used to "punish" careless short sellers were used for constructive purposes? For example:

From Disqus:
"Just need 75 million Trump supporters to direct their thoughts to which public companies to buy up and which ones to punish."

I suspect that the amount of effort put into propping up Gamestop could buy Myspace.

For that 75 million Trump voters could use $600 stimulus checks to buy control of Twitter.

I noticed that nearly all the people criticizing the comparisons between the left-wing demonstrations over the summer and the MAGA rioters talk about BLM and hardly anybody talks about Antifa.

I just realized that now Pence is the de facto leader of the conservative movement.

Theory: The rioters were people who thought "Animal House" was a documentary.

Recruiting people who riot out of boredom may have been a mistake.

Recruiting people who believe in class warfare may have been a mistake.

Recruiting people who treat accusations as proof have been a mistake.

Recruiting people who think there's a "lump of labor" may have been a mistake.

Recruiting people who think the US is "full" may have been a mistake.

Recruiting people who think punching enemies upon accusation is an acceptable tactic may have been a mistake.

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Recruiting Democrats may have been a mistake on the part of Republicans.

It's amazing. A vaccine is held up for nearly a year but the anti-vaccine people roll out a campaign that only makes sense for a vaccine that's a rush job.

It isn't even for the purpose of fighting the Establishment. They can fight the Establishment much better by pointing to the delay. They're not really here to oppose "medical tyranny."

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