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Jjharris
Posts: 27
Incept: 2009-03-30

CA
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I too cannot and will not forget. It just seems, well, beyond dumb and a serious hard line in the sand of where common sense and the abyss of ignorance really separates. These people (and there are so many, so many), have permanently exposed themselves to be at the very core incompatible with sharing the same air i breathe because they dont care about the facts they just care about the truth. I still come from a decent place and still believe that the facts lead to the truth they do not and do not care therefore their existence is just a sad reminiscent reminder of mass psychosis and the power of brainwashing over time

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Sonoran_monk
Posts: 450
Incept: 2021-08-16

Between a saguaro and an arroyo.
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With respect to the assertion that it was all about money and no one was deliberately trying to kill anyone, what is the line between depraved indifference and getting off on the deaths?
Tickerguy
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Incept: 2007-06-26
A True American Patriot!
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Oh we're well over the "depraved indifference" line for those who issued mandates, made the drugs, etc. That makes it Murder 2. Let me know when people are ready to INSIST that punishment be meted out 750,000 times -- which probably means not even fire ants will want what remains.

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Stop consenting and it is forced to stop. Always.
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Redjack
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Incept: 2018-01-29

Iowa
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Wd

I worked in a company that supplied pharma feedstock.

There was behavior that made the show Madmen look like Mr Rogers. Back stabbing, adultery (at work), people destroying game changing tech because, well, it might disrupt their little empire.

Faked tests. Bad product. I ran into trouble because I wouldn't do something that was going to hurt our consumers.

All protected and approved by the FDA.

That is why I wasn't getting the vax. I know those companies, and don't trust them.
Traelin0
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Incept: 2021-01-28

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Karl, this is one of your best Tickers over the last 13 or 14 years I've been reading you. It's far more important than even the raw data on The Bezzle, or Medicare, or COVID. It speaks to the human condition. That is, it encapsulates why we are where we are as well as the only constructive way out of this mess.

Without the redemption we will end up in a bloody, messy, Balkanization.
Traelin0
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Incept: 2021-01-28

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Ktrosper wrote..
It's like a trust has been shattered - took a long time to build, but only one mandate to destroy.

Indeed. It takes years if ever to recover a marriage after infidelity, alcohol abuse, etc. Trust is easy to sabotage and very difficult to salvage.

Truth be told, I think even most readers on here haven't yet totally "absorbed" the reality that "it's over". This is End Game territory for THE United States and the best case going forward is a dissolution and a return to a smaller version of THESE United States. But not without enormous pain and, if we're lucky, a Charlemagne to help us bridge that gap.

Ktrosper wrote..
I feel such a seething resentment for those who tried to stomp on my civil/human rights, all while trying to destroy me financially for saying 'NO'. Not sure I can ever get past it. As I noted recently, I'll never be a productive employee again for my current company or any who pulled that **** should I work for one in the future.

In hindsight, I think the major reason I quit my previous job in March was because of what you said above. Anger, resentment, hate affect one's personal health. And I could DEFINITELY feel it taking its toll on me, among everything else that was going on in my life at that time.

Walking out of there was the best pay cut and spare time improvement that I've ever experienced. I couldn't have accomplished what I've done in the last couple of months in my orchard if I hadn't.
Traelin0
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Incept: 2021-01-28

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Frieza wrote..
I'm pretty sure the number of people who are genuinely sorry for what they did to others during the pandemic, worldwide, could fit in my living room.

They may not be sorry for what they've done to others, but you can bet your arse that many of them are sorry for what they've done to themselves. And that will suffice for me, knowing that we are going to cull a herd that desperately needed to be culled, and they did it of their own volition.

This may sound callous, but it's the truth. We had too many people in this country who were able to breed only because of abundance and luxury. At any other time in history and in nearly every other nation-state, they themselves wouldn't have even been birthed. Nature is a cruel mistress at times, but I am not going to bemoan it. She was waaaaaaay overdue in America.

Handyone55
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Incept: 2010-07-06

Ceciltucky, Maryland
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I will forgive when the Jews forgive Hitler. When the vax mandate was announced by dementia man, my woke employer emailed that the PANDEMIC TEAM was reviewing it. Over the next two months, we got two more emails stating they were still reviewing the mandate, no other info. Direct questions to management such as ( Are you going to fire the unvaxxed? ) went unanswered or were laughed off.

My boss asked if I would vax? I told him I would walk first. There were no more questions after that.

When the Supreme Court struck down the mandate, the PANDEMIC TEAM sent a short email that the vax mandate was on hold. The tone of the email implied they disagreed with the decision. I am not very smart politically or otherwise. I think my woke employer was trying the silent treatment to bully the max number of serfs into taking the jab. Sometimes a total lack of communication can be intimidating. After this, I am done. I will show up and work as long as I benefit from that. My employer is dead to me.
Neal
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Incept: 2014-01-09

Sydney Australia
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Family can apologise, my former employer can apologise and make restitution. But what about the ****wits in government?
Any restitution would just be paid by taxing me more. Any apology would just be another lie from a politician and any change of procedures so such **** never happens again would be promptly ignored at the next crisis or after the next election.
Dennisglover
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Incept: 2012-12-05

Huntsville, AL
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The company I worked for called me on 20 January 2020 and informed me that, since they expected never again even to bid for a contract that could use my particular skill set, they were "retiring" me without delay. As you are certainly aware, that date is after we started hearing about the rather unfortunate situation that was developing in connection with a certain coronavirus, and it is before anyone started the face diaper requirements or the lockdowns or any of the other idiocy we've muddled through since March, 2020.
The fact is that I had been very nearly retired since 31 March 2017, drawing Social Security since I turned 66 in November, 2017, and had worked fewer than 150 hours since April, 2017. The company had always paid me my full senior system/network analyst rate, even though I was only doing the work of a security assistant, an office administrator, and an assistant program manager during that time; they even paid me mileage to go to the local office, which was a 50-mile round trip. They didn't even try to argue about my refusal to go aboard Redstone Arsenal, but rather accepted my explanation that while said facility disallows any firearms or ammunition on post, I never leave my house unarmed or without significant supplies the most important part of which measures 5.56mm in diameter and leaves my muzzle at about 3270fps. That company is of the kind of people one wants to know and have around in times such as these. Some of you are of that kind of people, also.

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Poer
Posts: 2747
Incept: 2008-09-28

'Eppur si muove!'
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This Ticker makes clear how all of us Pure Bloods feel and cuts through any
Clarifies why there is no way to allow the Karen's and Kens to slither away like the snakes they are.
They are the weakness evil that must be dealt with in the harshest way.
Snakes not dealt with seem to multiply in the future.
"Terminate with extreme prejudice" was a quote from a movie I remember really thinking that phrase was important.

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"The degree to which a man substitutes the judgment of others for his own, failing to look at reality directly, is the degree to which his mental processes are alienated from reality." Nathaniel Branden in Ayn Rands 'Capitalism The Unknown Ideal'
Drew
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Incept: 2009-04-09

Simpsonville, SC
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Karl, if you haven't read this piece from Naomi Wolf yet, you definitely should. She does a great job capturing the rage so many of us feel inside over this issue.


https://brownstone.org/articles/its-not-....
Chromehill
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Incept: 2010-03-03

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You now we are living in ****ed up times when Naomi Wolf, ardent feminist, advisor to Hillary Clinton says she has more in common with Steve Bannon than the people she used to pal around with.

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"Power, like the reproductive muscle, longs to be exercised, often without judgement or right" - Gerry Spence
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