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  • in reply to: NYC bus ticket proof #2055059
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    “To show your ticket to the bus inspector on the way out of the bus is a small inconvenience compared to the time saved.”

    Ya well you know what else jack? Is it also a small price to pay when you are running to catch your bus and make it but the driver won’t open the door and pulls away since you have to spend another 10 seconds getting a receipt from the machine?

    Also the receipt is valid apparently for 2 hours so say you got the receipt already on you and running to the bus, the driver won’t open the door usually since they think you are hopping on without paying because they didn’t see you go to the machine. So there are other issues with this system than just the “time it saves everyone”.

    in reply to: NYC bus ticket proof #2055029
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    Lol when did I call myself rightspeller? And ujm beat me to it

    in reply to: NYC bus ticket proof #2054911
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    Ujm I have seen groups of them standing at big intersection bus stops and also heard from a friend who was stopped after they got off the bus.
    I wonder if by law you have to comply once you are off the bus because most feel they have to and they get interrogated. The question is also even if they check for proof on the bus how are they allowed to ticket you without giving you an option to get off at the next stop? Its possible that you lost your ticket or threw it out or whatever.

    in reply to: NYC bus ticket proof #2054725
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    The select busses which you have to purchase a fare ticket from the machines at the bus stop before you board. You are obligated to keep the receipt as proof. Sometimes they check on the bus but many times they(MTA inspectors) wait at the bus stop and ask random people to show the receipt when they de-board the bus. Why does someone need to take from their time to show proof? Once they are off the bus they are off so they arent catching you riding the bus for free you arent on the bus anymore arent you just free to go about your day? Apparently they interrogate people and give fine and court summons to those who dont have the receipt. What if you lost the receipt or whatever other reason?

    Doesnt it work on the LIRR in a way that if you dont have a receipt for fare you just get off at the next stop? How can they fine you on the spot just for not having the bus fare receipt? Especially to wait after you leave the bus is that even legal? Are you obligated to cooperate?

    in reply to: Do you think we will ever stop wearing masks #2054019
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    Syag, I respectfully disagree with you and back up Yserbius. Why would you ever walk around without a mask on your face or two or three, You never know if some unvaccinated disease spreader might sneeze or cough. Everyone knows vaccinated individuals cannot get the virus or transfer it to others.

    in reply to: I am cleaning a cholent pot right now #2053942
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    THe real question is whats the best and healthiest cholent recipe please share

    in reply to: I am cleaning a cholent pot right now #2053877
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    Whats the problem? You pour out whatever is left, fill it up with water and dish soap, let it soak overnight and then…easy cleaning!

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051998
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    Tsbaum there is no way desantis is running VP with Trump. Trump is afraid of him that’s why he is betraying him and bullying him.

    Also didn’t you hear what Trump had to say about Bibi and then kept it going by attacking all Israelis and Jews as a whole and saying the Israelis are the obstacle to peace and that Israel forced him to attack Iran and that Israel controls US Congress and that he regrets the things he’s done for Israel?

    You don’t think it’s a bit concerning? I liked Trump as well but again this time around he has been pushed so much and his ego took such a hit that he is coming back dangerous. People do change you know, or sometimes just show their true colors. Many Trump supporters are unsure about him this time. Especially he is still talking about stolen election, whether true or not it isn’t calming anyone down. The election was definitely swayed by the media/social media including censoring and portraying fake news and polls and surely had a lot of fake mail in ballots that were tampered with. I’m still not sure that overturning that Trump would have won since the media did a great job 4 years of brainwashing people against him, and in that way the election was stolen, but regardless it’s a bit reckless to go on about stolen election it causes fanatics to do stupid things.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051973
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    jack-“Palestinians knew that Trump wasn’t a fair third-party so they completely ignored any overtures for peace that he proffered. For 4 years , peace in the ME was not on the table.”

    -My point exactly

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051937
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    Jack, there’s a difference between presidents being attacked. Obama could have withdrew Afghanistan Biden style and still would have been praised. Even the good things that Trump had done were being shown in a negative light by the media, and twisting the whole narrative to show how bad it was. Also you can’t compare a single fox news to the whole media which is leftist and majority.

    As far as Biden goes there is a lot to be critical of so it’s not comparable. I’m sure if by Trump cooling terms with North Korea which noone could have done but him, shutting the mouth of the Palestinians to the point that they practically gave up on having their own state and accepting Israel as the only country, being on good terms with Putin, and having the world leaders fear and respect the U.S., if the media hadn’t attacked him on that and actually recognized the strong moves, he wouldn’t have been so extreme this time around. But they just wouldn’t have it no matter what they hated Trump because he wasnt letting the leftist corruption have their way.

    The problem is when the left pushes the right so much, the right becomes very extreme and dangerous.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051730
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    Yes alwaysask that’s exactly what’s happening…

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051590
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    I think that if the media and world hadn’t been pressing Trump from day 1 or rather even before he took office, he wouldn’t have had to go so extreme. He did say some “funny” things here and there but what president doesn’t? Didn’t Obama make a fool of himself and America when meeting with the Queen and raising his glass when everyone ignored him since he was out of line? Those things happen in a presidency, but to literally attack Trump on every word and every step is something that not everyone can fight through and he did he literally fought the entire world for 4 years. And it’s a shame the attacks kept coming since he was on the right track for many things and accomplished good things as well and could have been much better without the constant bees stinging from every direction at every moment.

    Now that it didn’t turn out that way I feel Trump is so extreme and that’s what happens when the left pushes the right, the right becomes extreme in order to counter.

    It seems that Trump just has to be back for the second term it is inevitable at this point. He has a lot of momentum and is highly relevant thanks to the leftist press. I don’t like and never did like the extreme white supremacists crowds he attracts but on the other hand do I like the BLM and Antifa crowds that the left attracts and actually encourages, definitely not.

    There are a lot of great republican candidates such as Desantis, Haley and others or even Tulsi from the Democratic party who is more of a republican if anything. But if Trump does win I don’t mind his antics he is actually quite entertaining and charismatic but I’m just hoping he will be good with the Jews and Israel and America in general. If he would be similar to how he was in the first term minus the recklessness that was forced by the leftist media then that would be great.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051452
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    Tulsi Gabbard but she is too right wing for the Dems. She destroyed Kamala at the debates which is why she was taken out by them.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051437
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    Why would you rather trump win? Biden isn’t good that’s obvious but nobody knows what Trump is capable as a 2nd term nothing to lose president especially after being ousted and coming back for unfinished business.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051282
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    I’m still trying to figure out why gadol and always ask are claiming that I said the vaccine and booster changed him even after I clarified again that I never even thought about saying that. I guess sometimes ignorance is best ignored so I’ll just do that

    Yserbius as you can read by the examples I gave you can tell I wasn’t 100 percent supporter of everything. Btw nobody needs to support any politician or leader 100 percent. You can be a supporter without agreeing on every policy or action. There is no conflict with that.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051285
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    Ubiquitin yes he also attracted crowds in 2016 and back then it aslo alarmed me to see how easily he can sway crowds. And it bothered me then as well since he spoke bluntly to the Jewish Republican coalition, retweeted anti semitic posts and other odd behaviors, but now he became even more open about it so it brought my attention back to it

    Also haleivi you can just Google trump campaign ad SS soldiers, and also just search for trump antisemitic retweets or and check the YouTube video trump speaks to Jewish Republican coalition, I think some leftist newsites made lists of these things. Just Google and you will see these. Not to mention how the Trump ad against Hillary Clinton shows her face on a background of money with a big Jewish star next to her implying who she’s getting the money from. Of course when it attracted attention the Trump campaign claimed it was just a regular sheriff star but nevertheless changed it to a 5 corner star. Apparently they thought sheriff stars look like mogen David stars.

    To all those asking questions, yes I supported trump and in a way still do (although not sure if he is who anyone needs again) and also when I supported him I wasnt a sheep and applauding for everything he did or said. I didn’t like the Jewish remarks or subtle hints, and I also didn’t like how he bullied everyone and still does. As a president I think he made many mistakes due to ego and lack of experience, although he also accomplished so much greatness that noone could have done(certainly not Obama) such as having strong world leaders fear him, meeting Kim jong in North Korea itself, and lowering the Palestinians down to zero where they didn’t even have confidence to open their mouth anymore. Unfortunately the momentum is over and I feel if he comes back he is there for personal unfinished business and you can already see that on his features. And no all you funnies, I didn’t say it’s from the vaccine. But if you so insist then maybe if that makes you happy.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051289
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    Ubiquitin french fries on pizza isn’t new. Also by him supporting vaccines and encouraging them without mentioning he is against mandates, implies and gives the impression that he is for it. But of course he wants to show he is for it since he wants to claim that he saved the world since the vaccine was his work. Unfortunately for him Pfizer announced the vaccine what like 2 days after the election? How obvious it was a political move. So he tries playing both sides by showing he’s against mandates like vote for him to save everyone, on the other hand take the vaccine because he also is responsible for that and for saving everyone. It just doesn’t work that way unless you can say take the vaccine but also openly and clearly state you are against the mandates. Then people wouldn’t be confused.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051213
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    Yes but Trump was the only one who could conjure up such massive crowds, and turn politics into having more of a fanbase than sports. He is the only one who was able to influence or impact every single American whether on his side or not. All you heard from everyone was the word Trump. So if he chooses to go against Jews/Israel that would be devastating. And yes everything is from Hashem.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051212
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    @Teal, I also don’t think he hates Jews, although it’s debatable how much he true heartedly likes Jews. I’m not just pointing out how he called out the Jews in name only, but first of all he generalized and said Jews as a whole so that’s already a poor statement, and also he went along with the classic Israel drags the US to war and controls the senate by saying just that, that Israel pressed him to carry out attack on Iran general (when in fact he told Israel that the US wants to be the one to do that), and saying how he feels uncomfortable for this decision of taking out the Iranian general, and that Israel controlled the US Congress until Obama put an end to it, and that he only moved the embassy for netanyahu not because he felt it should be moved. Oh ya and that the real enemy are the Israelis who don’t want peace since the Palestinians want peace and praised Abbas.

    He basically flipped everything he said before and whether it’s due to his ego or anger, the results are the same and it’s dangerous no matter what motivates him to feel that way.

    in reply to: Trumpamania? #2051208
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    @always ask
    “First time ever, I am actually rolling on the floor laughing. When I saw first line “trump looks different”, I wanted to joke “is this because he got the booster?”. Then, in the 3rd paragraph you actually say that!”

    Are you delusional? I said he looks different because he got the booster? That thought never crossed my mind let alone did I write it. I wrote “Some sort of dangerous anger inside him is reflecting on his features.”

    And in the 3rd paragraph I wrote how he is suddenly encouraging vaccines after first coming out against the mandates.

    But when I read your comment I wasnt rofl, I actually felt bad for your reading comprehension skills instead.Although I’m glad you got a laugh even if it was due to your own misunderstanding.

    in reply to: Golem of Prague #2048247
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    If you check the Czech tourist website, they mention the “legend” of the Golem, and state that they went up there to the attic of the Maharal shul, and there was nothing there and they took pictures. Could it be it disintegrated or is not the actual location?

    in reply to: Penniless #2048236
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    Gadol, the 2 dollar bill is still being produced. They said that the penny production will stop in around 2022/2023.

    I actually am a supporter of having the 2 dollar bill in regular circulation since it is so convenient and allows to carry less bills and make transactions quicker. I have no idea why people/merchants dont like to use them aside for the weak excuse of not having a spot for them in the register.

    in reply to: Penniless #2048080
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    Arent they taking them out of circulation though? Doesnt that mean they can no longer be used? Im sure that businesses will refuse to accept them especially if they will have that option they will jump on it.

    in reply to: Penniless #2048019
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    The pennies may be around for decades but you won’t be able to use them that’s the whole point here.

    Half cent equations aren’t as common as cents. It’s simple 100 cents make a dollar. It’s much easier to understand and also apply when there is an actual one cent coin.

    And last time paid in cash? Many times when I don’t feel like waiting for the chip machine to work, or when I just want to pay for something and be done with it without later seeing a huge credit card bill, or if I owe someone money and I just take out some cash from the wallet. Cash is very convenient and both cash and credit have their advantages and disadvantages.

    The reason most people pay with a card is due to a psychological reason that they don’t see the actual money leaving their hand so it feels like a lighter transaction and almost as if they paid nothing at all. That’s also a huge reason why people get into so much debt because they don’t track their purchases and just swipe away after all they have a whole month to pay for it. It’s much easier to hold on to physical cash in your wallet than to a card that contains digital denomination that is likely over your budget anyway and takes effort to check the balance.
    Anothe reason is most people get paid directly into their bank account so taking out cash is inconvenient. People who get paid in cash use cash since they have it on hand more often.

    I think its a mistake to take the penny away since now everything will just cost more since it will obviously be rounded up to the nearest nickel and not otherwise.
    Yes pennies are annoying since some will insist on breaking your whole dollar just for that extra penny that you don’t have. But how will this solve the issue now If something will be 2.05 and you don’t have a nickel you will still have to break a whole dollar for it. With the penny it’s such a small denomination that most will just let it go at this point and let you keep your dollar whole.

    in reply to: Penniless #2047946
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    So with the penny gone, how do you explain math of a 100 cents equate to a dollar, when you can’t break the dollar into 100 individual cents?

    in reply to: Writing on Paper #2047434
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    write with a shorter pen

    in reply to: Writing on Paper #2047303
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    Dictionary is cheap and not an issue to buy. What’s the problem?

    in reply to: Writing on Paper #2047247
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    Ya well on the other hand secure until you get hacked, delete files accidentally, corrupted files that won’t open, or Any other option aside for the fact that everything you write digitally is being stored by hundreds of apps and companies and being sold around.

    in reply to: Writing on Paper #2047146
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    Good alternative but writing with a stylus is still digital, there is a different elemental feedback and feel to it. Also writing has been a traditional way of the world since the beginning. We dont approve digital typed Sefer Torah do we? There is just something to it and it would be a shame for this to be a lost art as the use for it declines.

    You bring up a good point about Zelle payments, but I think one can argue for writing checks using the same points of paying with cash/writing a physical note, the fact that you dont need technology and you get the task done instantly, I guess the only technology you would need is a pen but thats solved if you carry one! If for whatever reason you have no data, or no battery on the phone or whatever, and dont have cash on you, you can still make a transaction with a check, pretty convenient. The only thing is I suspect banks will get rid of checks sometime in the future.

    in reply to: Writing on Paper #2047127
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    Also writing is therapeutic. You mentioned it was tiring for you but there is definitely something different about physical writing than typing on a digital screen.

    in reply to: Writing on Paper #2047125
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    Googling for words is faster than using a dictionary. But that’s a separate topic that’s not writing that’s for looking up information/reading.

    I think this can be similar to the cash debate. There is nothing more instant than paying with cash and it is also more private. Same as jotting down a note on physical paper, instant and secure. No need for all the apps and services to know what you wrote down.

    in reply to: the most delicious food ever #2045542
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    Farina isn’t that great.

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2044131
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    I don’t think that would make sense.

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2044036
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    I wonder where it’s brought out that it’s diagonal. Especially since pretty much all the archaeology shows the menorahs curved. Did all of bnei yisroel throughout those times err that the menorah had curved branches? Or were they really just drawing out different menorahs and not the main one? Its interesting to know where the source for the branches of the menorah is from.

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2043567
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    So does the illustration come to teach us something after all? For example the branches being straight and not curved?

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2043537
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    But what about regarding the branches. Was that for illustration purpose or to show that the branches were straight and not curved as his son stated?

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2043173
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    I heard that he wrote a note that it was for visual purpose only. Also in the sketch aren’t the branches all on different levels? If we learn out that the menorah was straight branches from the sketch do we also learn that the branches aren’t supposed to be even height? Or do we pick what’s for visual purpose and whats for learning purpose?

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2042912
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    Btw does anyone know where to find the source where the Rambam wrote that the menorah he sketched is for illustration purpose only?

    in reply to: Public menorah lightings and rooftop menorahs #2037652
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    Every year there are menorahs being vandalized. It obviously attracts the wrong type of attention. Yes it’s nice to see a menorah and be reminded of the holiday, but sometimes I cringe when I see them out everywhere wondering what type of attention it’s drawing, like in your face we will put this menorah because we are Jews showing our might.

    I don’t think I would mind just settling for the non Jewish decorations since we aren’t in a Jewish land, true that some people both Jews and non Jews may get inspired by menorah, but on the other hand I feel it also stirs up hatred. As it is most people think Hanukah is just a way of countering Xmas for Jews to feel better about not having a “major” holiday. Does putting up menorahs prove otherwise? Maybe idk.

    At this point in time we are always making headlines and I don’t understand why many feel the need for that. Also I don’t understand why many Jews feel such a need to fight and show they are anti vax, (even if justified) but now media and people label Jews as antivaxxers and spreading disease. Aren’t we as Jews supposed to keep our opinions in the community and to ourselves? Remember the overzealous biryonim of beitar? Do we not learn from our own history?

    in reply to: covid forecast #2033506
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    Always-“RW, why are you participating in a discussion at all? You pretty much imply first that your antibody levels are high, and then you seem to admit that you didn’t bother measuring them. So you seem to suggest that people behave carelessly under assumption that they are safe. This is exactly the upcoming danger.”

    -I didnt imply anything so im not sure where you get that from. In general people have strong high antibodies even 18 months later, and yes they checked. Being careless is wearing a mask which has been proven not to work unless maybe its an N95 which almost noone wears, while taking a never ending amount of vaccines. They programmed you to care about others so much that you dont even take into account what damage you might be doing to yourself.

    in reply to: covid forecast #2033331
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    Whatever the levels are they are typically as much or higher than those vaccinated and are lasting much longer. Anyway as long as there are antibodies the body has a memory to fight against viruses.

    in reply to: covid forecast #2033194
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    Why do those with antibodies from 18 or 6 months ago at risk If they still have antibodies? Oh right the media said so therefore you are just parroting it over to us. Ok thanks for the heads up.

    in reply to: Dead Sea #2032962
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    Because they are saying it will eventually totally dry up. Aside for the sinkholes that it’s causing and also getting farther and farther from the hotels and tourist zones. It’s not just a tourist attraction it’s one of the world wonders or at least wonders of Israel.

    in reply to: Dead Sea #2032463
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    I wasn’t the one who said that idea was easy, in fact I’m sure it’s not since they haven’t done anything to stop this from drying out.

    Also isn’t there a prophecy in nach regarding the dead sea being cured or something like that? Whatever that means maybe that life can survive in it since now nothing does.

    in reply to: Dead Sea #2032329
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    Wait so why haven’t they pumped water yet If its such an easy solution? So much of it has already dried up even 20 years ago and it loses more and more water every year. Also will constant new water have any effect on the flotation phenomenon?

    Israel is part of Africa? I thought it was Asia.

    in reply to: Unvaccinated Lockdowns #2031684
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    Gain of function means taking a virus that is not harmful to humans and changing it to be harmful to humans. Can I make it any clearer or do you need the Fauci version of it?

    in reply to: Unvaccinated Lockdowns #2031153
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    It’s interesting also why anyone would trust or follow someone (Fauci) who supported and funded a lab with gain of function for this virus altering it from only being harmful to animals to affecting humans as well. Aside for the other cruel experiments with the beagle dogs which everyone is forgetting so fast. If you just look into this man’s history you will see they he is an evil individual along with Bill Gates. He even openly lied regarding masks being ineffective and then changed it to them being effective and even admitted months after that he lied to keep hospital stock from falling short. And nobody has an issue with this?!

    in reply to: Unvaccinated Lockdowns #2031137
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    Alwaysask, actually Fauci said there is an increase in hospitalized vaccinated individuals but of course blames that on them not getting their booster. Which one the 4th, 5th?
    Also they are admitting there is an increase in breakthrough cases.

    A vaccine to save lives? It wasn’t effective against delta variant and not expected to be effective against any other variants. Also what about those who died, or got major effects from the vaccine such as heart issues, paralysis and other. I didn’t say they are majority but definitely a significant amount. Besides why should even 1 person die or be majorly affected by a vaccine meant to save their life? Ever heard of other vaccines that cause death or paralysis, I would think that kind of defeats the purpose wouldn’t you agree? So when the virus was the issue they said 1 life lost is too many. But if they die from the vaccine (coincidence of course) , so it’s fine since it’s for the greater good? Interesting.

    Aside for the fact that this vaccine is risky due to the lack of testing and trials which take around 7 years, or per the CDC 10-15 years which they conveniently removed from their website(which should already raise a flag), I would agree that a person who is at risk or elderly and has a bad chance if they catch the virus, probably can benefit from the vaccine assuming that doesn’t kill them a few hours or days later(which of course the media will say has nothing to do with the vaccine, we can assume these are all coincidences).

    But for you to say the vaccine is what is keeping us alive, you are playing along with the media which deliberately ignore the fact that the majority are those who survived the virus rather than not and also ignoring the fact that those who survived have antibodies which are lasting 20 months so far( nope not just 3 months lol) and have proven to be superior and effective against all variants. If they weren’t then you would have seen all those people get sick again, not just the 1 or 2 rare cases.

    Again if you want to take the vax go ahead but to force it and call the unvaxxed enemies leads us down a really bad path.

    in reply to: Unvaccinated Lockdowns #2030957
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    “The smart amongst us knew from the start that things didnt add up”

    -yes yserbius, the whole thing about Fauci saying masks are useless and you shouldnt wear them unless you are sick(which makes no sense if its useless), then going from that to masks save lives and everyone must wear one, then we went to 2 masks are better than one, antibodies are useless, vaccines will take at least 2 years but suddenly we have 4 vaccines in less than a year, vaccines are unsafe for children, vaccines are safe for children, stand 6 feet away, we found out that virus spreads even more than 6 feet away so there is no difference, the virus is not airborne, the virus is airborne, 2 vaccines are better than one, 3 vaccines are better than 2, 3 vaccines should be standard therefore the 4th vaccine is now a booster shot, and so on. Many rules which have no scientific backing.

    How do i sound like Qanon when using new world order? I dont follow them at all and I dont trust them. Second of all Nazis used the term New Order during WW2 and mandated that everyone accept it. New world order is nothing new. How many times have we heard them try to instill into our minds terms such as “New Normal” or “Adjusting to a new life” etc.
    We have learned that so many “conspiracies” ended up being reality. A mandated vaccine was a “conspiracy”, COVID passports were a “conspiracy”. Are they still?

    Yes I used the word sheep because thats exactly the way it is people acting like sheep being led to slaughter. Due to these mindless individuals we all have to suffer. Makes a lot of sense that you cant enter a restaurant without a vaccine but its totally fine to take a subway in close proximity to thousands of others without proof of vaccine. No, there is no science to any of this.

    So yes, those of us smart enough saw this coming but were and unfortunately still labeled as conspiracy theorists.

    in reply to: Unvaccinated Lockdowns #2030877
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    I’m not sure as to what I should clarify

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