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2023-01-14 07:00 by Karl Denninger
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As many of you have read in these pages Ishmael has contributed several articles on the clown world challenges of the last few years.  No, that's not me writing under another name, and yes, it is one contributor.

Let me offer, at this point, a different perspective: We won, they lost.

The outcome was in doubt for quite some time.  But now, its not.

Rasmussen ran a poll not long ago and found a very large percentage of people who are convinced that someone they knew was seriously injured or killed by the vexxines.  Remember the old mantra -- safe and effective?  Its no longer an opinion that holds sway among the American people.

But its not just opinion anymore: Now its fact, as we keep seeing.  Report after report, even showing up in the mainstream media, of people taking the Fauci Flop.  Allegedly healthy people, even elite level athletes, suddenly collapsing and in many cases dying.

Reality is that everyone dies and death is not uncommon.  But unexpected, sudden death among people younger than 60 or so is quite unusual.  Especially among athletes and other people of prominence, except from drugs, which of course have always been a scourge and have claimed people all the time.  Elvis infamously died on the crapper and upon autopsy they found ten prescription drugs in size and a seriously damaged liver.  Not all that long ago my sister died under similar circumstances, and from similar root causes.  I've had friends who also succumbed from the same sort of abuse of substances and that sucks.

But many of these are not slow suicides by drug abuse -- or, for that matter, by potato chip and sugared beverages.  They're "side effects" of something peddled to the masses and everyone knows it.  Those who were conned are scared of meeting God and having to explain their personal insanity to him, thus that fearful look in their eye.  Their attacks on you both over the last two years and today are from that exact reason: They're scared they got it wrong and you had it right -- and they may be literally walking while already dead.  Those who conned others or worse, who were enforcers either through soft coercion or even literal force, such as politicians, police officers, CEOs and supervisory people are not just scared they might be next but that their particular fiefdom and ambitions are screwed, never mind their personal life and wealth, perhaps terminally so.

Good.

The suck that the so-called "mitigations" caused from destruction of two+ years of children's education and productivity in our economy is nowhere near finished.  In fact the worst of it is just starting.  A virus that for many including healthy young people was actually less dangerous than the flu has done what essentially every highly mutable respiratory virus does: Entropy is not a suggestion any more than the laws of thermodynamics (which is what gives rise to entropy, by the way) and nothing escapes it.  Covid followed the same pattern that OC43 did back in the 1890s when nobody knew a damn thing about the structure of viruses nor were there any shots.  Even with our tampering the laws of physics were not to be denied or evaded; man may create God in an image that suits him, but he can't make hydrogen and oxygen turn into gold instead of water.

There is a maxim I didn't much discuss when I was running a business (because I certainly preferred not to educate my competition!) which is that you don't make money selling things -- you make money when you buy them.  Its has and always will be true.  When you take advantage of someone else's stupidity (which you're not responsible for since you didn't contribute to the stupid act) you acquire an advantage your competitor cannot outrun or outmaneuver whether its in business or your personal life.  MCSNet managed several of these, with one of the larger being a deal we found for office space (which of course every business needs) that was at about 20% of the going rate as a result of another firm's stupidity.  I was able to capitalize on that because I had stashed back cash, acquire a five-year lease on said office space and the cost of operations advantage over others was immense -- and dropped immediately and durably to the firm's bottom line.

The "suck" is going to tempt you in the next few years to whine and cry.  Don't.  That's self-destructive, especially if it prompts you to do something stupid like drown yourself in a bottle of gin.  Instead, if you're one of the people who said "no" and meant it build reserves, live frugally, shed unnecessary debt and expenses and be patient.  The stupidity that has run through not just the United States but worldwide over the last three years has not been local or minor: It has been immense, it has crossed nearly all professions and it has sucked into its maw the majority of Americans, say much less those in other nations.  The opportunities this will generate are also going to be immense, particularly when coupled with all the other stupidity of the last 20 years, including so-called "diversity hiring."  Just look at one minor piece of this -- the recent NOTAM meltdown in civil aviation.  NOTAMs even got "diversity renamed" to Notice to Air Missions when in fact it is Notice to Airmen.  It really is a trivial problem from a computing point of view; just a list of notices that deal with a specific route or place to warn pilots of local and abnormal conditions, such as a restriction on flying into a given set of coordinates during a certain time.  I could probably code up a system to do this in a weekend and run it in a single rack of equipment for the entire nation, then triplicate that in three strategic locations so there are two always-on spares -- literally.  Well, the FAA apparently did not care about making sure this "non-safety critical" (after all, if it fails it doesn't directly crash a plane) system actually worked and was redundant, and it failed.  The problem is that without it you can't fly because if you take off without having the NOTAMs for the area you're operating in and go somewhere you can't as a pilot your ticket gets punched, so said failure basically grounded the entire US non-military aviation system, commercial and civilian, for several hours.

This occurred because the stupid has run rampant throughout or civil and government systems where competence is no longer the gating factor to employment and supervisory positions but rather has been replaced with blind obedience to whatever the flavor of the day happens to be whether its hiring someone due to their skin color or their pronouns and then, in the last couple of years, whether they damaged their bodies stupidly because of a bunch of money-grubbing jackasses along with their enablers in the media and government.

All this will unwind and those who did the stupid things will be the ones who pay for it.  Yes, you'll have to live through the suck and we're all going to have to deal with that.  If you're younger you have never lived through a real suck.  That must be nice.  I'm almost 60 and I did -- both little sucks (e.g. early 1990s) and one pretty nasty one in the late 70s and early 80s which was caused by stupidity and arrogance, just like this one.  That latter one went on for about five years before it turned and started to improve but if you were prepared and took advantage you did damn well.  I was both too young and personally stupid at the time but I learned from that and in the 1990s pounced on its little brother.  That smaller one came at a great time for me professionally and was a big part of MCSNet being successful.  Some people levered up and won but most who did that lost with many literally losing everything.  The prepared who didn't lever up did quite well without the risk of a zero; winning less is ok unless you're a pig, in which case go ahead and grab for that Ring of Power -- just don't whine if you fall off the cliff into the lava instead of getting it.

Those of you who said NO -- the most-powerful single word in the English language -- are already winning.  You don't wake up every morning wondering if tonight you will go to bed and never wake up from a clot you throw in your sleep.  You might have been persecuted, fired and ostracized but you have your health and are not wondering if there's a ticking time bomb in your chest.

You should contemplate putting your unvexxed status everywhere -- including especially on resumes.

Wear it proudly -- you were RIGHT and its a perfectly-valid marketing point to use both personally and professionally.

Those who cheated (e.g. bribing the doc $50 to squirt it in the trash) are arguably in the worst situation of all.  You branded your own chart by doing that and in today's world with EMR (electronic medical records) you can never undo it.  If you ever used that fake credential you committed an offense against the person who you gave it to and might have committed a crime but even if it wasn't a crime if and when you get caught (and yes, it is possible for it to be proved you never got the actual shots) or try to walk it back you risk being blackballed in your industry or worse, particularly if your profession has ethics clauses -- and many professions do.  Even if you can't be blackballed you marked yourself as untrustworthy, and that cannot be reversed.

The consequences from all of this stupidity are going to have to go through the system and this is not going to be "over and done" as if nothing happened next week -- or next year.  But those consequences are going to create tremendous opportunities.   All-cause mortality is currently running in the high single-digits to around 12% all over the world, it is not coming back down materially and that is not a small figure.

Then there's disability, which is doing its best impression of a skyrocket just after launch:

 

Note the dip in "disabled" as we went into 2020; that was disabled people dying from the virus.  They were medically fragile and succumbed; we know this virus was especially ugly in those who were already seriously medically compromised, and that shouldn't have surprised anyone.  But what happened afterward and why, even though Omicron has been the dominant virus form for the last year and it kills almost nobody, has that trend in disability gone vertical?  Those newly-minted medically-fragile are the new screwed -- and they did it to themselves.  Perhaps this will level off in the next year or two and stop but if it doesn't, and the evidence thus far is that it is not slowing down, asset prices are going to collapse in many areas and those who are healthy and didn't screw themselves will be writing their own ticket, which will go a hell of a lot further when it comes to standard of living than it did five or ten years ago.

Take a million and a half extra people out of the workforce every year just from disability and perhaps 1/5th of that again in deaths on top of the normal everyday rate and guess what: That's almost exactly the 3% rate of "seriously screwed" I predicted and what this data appears to show was a pretty darn good educated guess.

The rage over the last couple of years was surcharging people's health insurance for refusing the jab as a punitive, coercive act.  On a forward basis those who took it may find themselves uninsurable at any price, never mind life insurance and those who refused have every right and should demand all of those surcharges back in cash, with interest at today's higher rates.  This is where you'll get caught if you try to lie too, because both the damage and residuals from taking the vexxine is almost-certainly going to be detectable and will be looked for.  Elevated troponins or even worse LGE on a cardiac MRI are impossible to hide.  Yeah, Obamacare will be there but for the healthy this means subsidy levels for decent insurance will go way up and that's good if you don't need it because it means you can have reasonable coverage for little or no cost.  In private business when this worm turns the screwed may find themselves unemployable at anything other than part-time, no-health-insurance jobs as the prognosis for those with LGE is both very poor and hideously expensive.  Then there are all the younger people still in or before their childbearing/siring years -- you have to be out of your damned mind as a young man or woman to date with the intent to marry and try to create children with a vexxed partner when you have the choice of a someone who didn't take it -- and you do.  Three percent doesn't sound all that bad but it is: Do you like adding a one in thirty risk that your husband or wife-to-be is mortally wounded and going to stick you with both the psychic and economic costs of their prior decision two, five or ten years down the road, never mind the possibility of being unknowingly unable to have children?  How about the recent study that found evidence of cardiac damage in nearly one in five young people?

How do you like those odds if you're a young man or woman?

Choose wisely -- which means unvexxed.  Let the vexxed have each other and whatever misery comes to them.  They bought the ticket; don't take their ride for them.

Here's my take: Those who thought for themselves, read the available information and then stuck up the middle finger at the people attempting to convince them to take the vexxines not only will win they have already and will keep winning.  Be smart now and into the future, build reserves, live frugally so you're prepared and be patient; you're not just winning now, today and here you're going to continue winning and those who made the other decision are going to continue losing both now and well into the future.  Not everyone who did a dumb thing will lose but in terms of economic impact that does not matter; all that matters is that many, far more than usual in our society, did a stupid thing and you will be able to take advantage when they are awarded their stupid prize.  If you do that and keep your powder dry five years from now you're odds-on to have a big fat grin on your face.

When all is said and done I expect mRNA to be consigned to the dustbin of history, the worst of a bad set of medical experiments run on entire populations without cause -- and those firms involved in it are going to be severely damaged if not (as in the case of one-trick-ponies) utterly destroyed.  Biotech firms blowing up is nothing new; they do it all the time and most of them fail.  The only difference here is the size of the detonations as a result of the stupidity of attempting to use unproved medical technology on a mass basis.

Do not expect the economic and sociological impact will be over or "back to normal" in a year.  If we're lucky in five years we'll be coming out of it; if not it might be a decade or even longer.  But those who made smart decisions will be the winners on a statistical basis and already are winning.

Hold your head high if "screw you!" was your answer to this garbage.

You were right and it is rapidly becoming consensus whether the media and so-called "bigwigs" like it or not.

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Cmoledor 1k posts, incept 2021-04-13
2023-01-14 10:10:03

Man. What a positive ticker today. Some light through the dark clouds. Much appreciated Karl. Please dont ever stop writing. Cheers!

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Mikeyjm2 110 posts, incept 2011-10-20
2023-01-14 10:10:03

Bravo! Not that I think the next few years will be easy, but at least I see a path to victory for our side now. Appreciate all you've done here to help guide us through the nonsense.
Tritumi 1k posts, incept 2008-11-29
2023-01-14 10:10:03

I love this rich venture upon the sea of optimism and confidence.

One tiny niggle persists. The pre-thud jabbed have every motivation to vote themselves reparation and compensation, renumeration into infinity or thud, which ever comes first.

Americans have at no time short of open warfare, when the pointed finger of Uncle Samuel shoots laser motes of patriotic gore into the national grey mush, decided on a course where the collective cookie jar does not contain a quantum generator of infinite goodies prepared by a willing deity for personal salvation. And in this decade, the goodies look to be a spoiled and rotted happy meal away from soylent green.

The five year wait for perdition's end is certainly a decent interval, I agree. How many seasons has The Walking Dead lasted?

Perhaps culture needs to concoct some movement themed a Thud with Thignity, er, Death with Dignity, as in Soylent (the movie).

We can give everyone who shows up a participation trophy.
Neal 259 posts, incept 2014-01-09
2023-01-14 10:10:03

Did you intentionally mention Elvis? Im sure his daughter would complain about you talking smack about him. If she hadnt just died unexpectedly. Will the millions of Elvis fans connect the dots to the shot?
Need a few more high profile unexpected deaths just to wake the sheeple.
Ambiguousfrog 78 posts, incept 2013-08-20
2023-01-14 10:10:03

Unvexxed wifey is quiting her current employer after 20 years being a mother/baby nurse due to some wild hair up some executives ass recently requiring N95 masks for unvexxed nurses. Sounds discriminatory when it'll put a sign on your back for being non-vexxed in the workplace. She's not doing it. 12 hour shifts wearing that crap will kill her. The stupid hurts. She's a good nurse and at the beginning of all this we both were willing to lose our jobs during their b.s. mandate requirements. It's about control. Religious exemptions don't address stupid people wanting to exert their control over you and everything around them. We'll watch it crumble from a distance. We'll try all we can to become more healthy and resist any reliance on the health system as it is today. We look forward to all that you've expressed. Grab the popcorn.
Dingleberry 620 posts, incept 2011-11-06
2023-01-14 10:10:03

What a great Ticker and a wonderful way to start the weekend. I would add TG was a de facto general in our army of pure bloods. TG's willingness to stick his neck out and go not only against the grain, but literally against a tsunami of propaganda was an island of sanity in a sea of societal madness. None of us has ever seen anything like this. Coming through this onsalught while remaining un-jabbed, I feel like I won a 15-round heavyweight fight, battered and bruised, but still standing. And now I get the sublime satisfaction of watching the "suddenlies and unexpecteds" pile up, certainly those who wanted jab mandates, or shamed others into getting jabbed.

I wish that the average reader here could see for themselves how pharm sales actually work. Imagine the slimiest tactics, and that is a start. Think used car salesman x 10. And the docs are often no better. They take the bribes.....subsidized cruises, or trips to Disney for a "conference", etc. And then throw in the marketing lies, slick advertising, etc. The latter is how the media is captured. Don't bite the hand that feeds.....buying all those commercials on your network! So if anyone in the media or medicine now tells you they "didn't know"....tell them to fuck right off.

I personally know a few that took the jabs and now suffer mightily for it, certainly shorter life spans. They were not karens, but naive common folk who (to quote Flounder from Animal House) "fucked up and trusted us"....meaning their doctors. The masses are awakening. Very few are getting boosted now. This is about the only good thing that will come from this disaster, aside from watching karens continue to drop.

p.s. Lisa Marie died this week of a heart attack....and in case you were wondering....she was jabbed 10 months ago and virtue signaled on twatter about it.









Tsdj86 51 posts, incept 2022-12-06
2023-01-14 10:10:03

From a superficial level many of us might think we won for not taking the vaxx, but in a big picture reality humanity took a major step back and the deviants that walk among us who plan and carryout these vast conspiracies still hold power with virtually zero repercussions or push back.

Make no mistake, the depraved humans that instigated this demented psychopathic experiment on the world for much more than just greed and money are still in power, their power and financial privilege has only grown in scope and depth.

The fact that there are still people that refuse to believe this shit was planned at the highest levels of controlling Malthusian factions only further solidifies my position that the lack of pushback, has emboldened these people and they are just getting started. They fully realize that humans are gullible, stupid dupes to be used as pawns in bigger schemes yet to come. Even the most intelligent among us are many times the most complicit.

The world and individuals in general have lost, not won, regardless of your respective vaxx status. The world is a much more dangerous, deranged and difficult place to live today than before this shitshow.

The world is bankrupt morally, financially and ethically and evil knows it.
Thelazer 1k posts, incept 2009-05-11
2023-01-14 10:10:03

I agree with almost everything, till the last part.
"I expect mRNA to be consigned to the dustbin of history"

I believe, first will come the "Double Down"

The great MNRA issues will be "Solved" no doubt and all those pesky excess deaths glossed over indeed!

Why PT Barnum would be hand picked to be the copywriter for this new effort if he were alive today. All sort of new MNRA shots will come out, flu's, chicken pox, headaches, perhaps even diabetes!

Yes, the double down will be hardcore and intense.. they HAVE to.
The last gasp, of the evil "markers" of society and they will stop at NOTHING.

Then and only then, will the madness reach it's peak.

The final "Wave" of excess deaths that will surely occur, will spill over the great American media firewall and will not be ignored anymore.

Then and only THEN will be the of it.
Blanca 504 posts, incept 2020-07-25
2023-01-14 10:10:03

I finally succumbed to the bug over the Christmas holidays. I hadn't been sick for three years. My antigen test showed positive, and I'll take an antibody test in another week or so. (Don't get on me about taking a test - I got one for free from a friend who was curious). Wifey had previously contracted covid on a trip away, and she also got slightly sick for a day. She had the sniffles and a cough. I, however, was extremely fatigued and had a killer sore throat. It was a bad bug, but nothing I hadn't experienced before from some other illness.

I have friends who took the jabs, and they reserved the weekends to manage the side-effects. With five jabs, that's five weekends. I have no doubt that for those who will admit it, they wish they were as we - purebloods. They can see the carnage (thus the significantly lowered demand for boosters and slow uptake of jabs for their kids).

On another note, regarding the NOTAMs, when I flew decades ago, the NOTAM system was simple. NOTAMs came over the wire and were printed and hung from the wall. When filing a flight plan, you looked at the NOTAMs and that was it. Pretty simple. My guess is that the new system is overly complicated and also fragile. It has not been unusual in my software career to inherit a piece of code and simply throw it out and not replace it with anything because it was never necessary to begin with. It was cutesy stuff with no purpose other than demonstrating the "cleverness" of the author.
Patrick58 249 posts, incept 2019-08-08
2023-01-14 10:10:03

KD - Thanks for this upbeat artcle. I quit a profitable position in a private company that, in the harshest terms, made it impossible to continue working in late 2021 - demanding weekly testing (at my cost & my time), raising the health insurance costs ($400/mo. additional), and effectively making me "non-exempt", as any "sick time" which would no longer be a "paid absence" to me even though I was EXEMPT. (I NEVER missed a "day of work" during the ENTIRE plandemic!).

Interesting to me is that profitability at this "woke" company went from $16MM to $6 in 2022, and that my boss - VP Operations, and President have been forced out!!

"Do stupid shit, WIN stupid prizes!!!"

Thanks again for the article!
Statman6 20 posts, incept 2021-04-19
2023-01-14 10:10:04

I find it affirming to see a story or two each day chipping away at the "safe and effective" mantra. As a pure blood I don't have "standing," but I'm eager to see the victims start seeking compensation in all its forms.

The most important thing now for the future of humanity would be to see those who funded and engaged in "gain of function" research as well as those who knowingly lied about the clot shots be put on trial with the appropriate punishments meted out swiftly after conviction. The human toll from these shots will dwarf whatever the virus could have achieved.
Swanzinator 8 posts, incept 2021-09-13
2023-01-14 10:10:04

I wonder if mRNA still has potential for other applications like fighting cancer. The way Pfizer and Moderna used mRNA to order the body to manufacture a pathogen spike protein, in what seems like a rather Rube Goldbergian approach to fighting the coof, may have set the technology backwards for years as the trust factor has been destroyed. But maybe down the road a more appropriate use will be made to work. Maybe.
Thegreatunwashed 273 posts, incept 2021-09-13
2023-01-14 10:10:04

TG said
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Those who cheated (e.g. bribing the doc $50 to squirt it in the trash) are arguably in the worst situation of all.

this is my only quibble with an otherwise outstanding post. I dont believe people who got fake vaccines will face any consequences at all, as the side effects from these vaccines become obvious to even the most obtuse.
I was fortunate to not need a fake card. The biggest hardship vaccine mandates caused me was not being able to get a Big Mac in sunny Newark New Jersey, but I was prepared to photoshop a card if it was my only ticket into a supermarket.
No private employer is going to press charges against an employee who avoided a life threatening jab with a bit of ingenuity.
The only plausible potentially legal risk, I believe, are folks who work in government and were forced to play Russian roulette: risk you life, your livelihood or take a calculated gamble. At some point, very soon I suspect, the harm of these jabs will become so apparent, prosecuting someone for presenting a fake ID will be like prosecuting someone in the South who lied to the police about their involvement in the underground railroad.
The last the the authorities will want to remind anyone about will be their vaccine mandates.

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Maurevel 1k posts, incept 2009-06-14
2023-01-14 10:10:04


Retired engineer John Beaudoin studies law in his 50ies.

Gets kicked out of the program due to vax status.

Sues the university and the state of Massachusetts in federal court for fraud.

Gets death certificate data & injury reports.

His presentation starts at 32:00
https://rumble.com/v257tpw-john-beaudoin....

Ocdawg 418 posts, incept 2019-03-14
2023-01-14 10:10:04

Hands down my favorite Ticker of all time

BRAVO!!!
smileysmileysmileysmiley

The fact I'm living it.... icing on the cake, of course after making the following and enjoying the coming "show":
smiley

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USA= smiley

Reason: FJB
Joancrawford 542 posts, incept 2013-10-14
2023-01-14 10:10:04

Here here! Just got off the phone with my 65 year old vaxxed brother and his wife. Seems that he tripped on his way going back to bed the other night, hitting his head on the waterbed frame, thus requiring stitches and now he's wearing a neck brace.

I snidely remarked that he lay off the tequila bottle before going to bed and he got defensive. Also, he only applied for Medicare 'A', not 'B' or 'C', because his former employer covered his health insurance. Seems he and my SIL are both suffering from a never ending cold (his words, not mine), including a nasty cough.

I am also suffering from another head cold and still have the vestiges of a nasty cough from being sick this past November. I am, however, unvaxxed, for what that's worth.

The next few years should be interesting to say the least. It seems hardly a day goes by without losing another famous athlete or celebrity. I no longer discuss it because everyone is touchy and defensive.

I'll spend the time working on maintaining my health and trying to lose some extra weight that is probably my largest morbidity factor.

Stay strong and healthy, pure bloods. It's a great club, and we are IN IT!

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Confused1 114 posts, incept 2021-08-13
2023-01-14 10:10:04

Great piece. I must think ten times a day how glad I am that no one in my family took the death vaxx. I'm sending this to all my adult children. Thanks, Karl.
Mrjim12 6 posts, incept 2021-04-25
2023-01-14 10:10:04

Thank you for the wise words, Mr. Denninger. My wife and I did not take the clot shot. I am one of those despised government workers and refused to take the poison even at the risk of losing my job. I am the only one within my team of coworkers that refused the jab. I still cannot travel for work at this time. I do fear for my team of coworkers, as I care about all of them. They are very good people, but apparently not good critical thinkers.

I reached the age of 60 this month and plan on retiring after this year. My wife and I have no debt and have prepared well for retirement. I have exercised all of my life and physically feel no different than when I was 20. I, and my wife, are truly blessed.

Again, thank you for all that you do to inform the readers of your fine Market Ticker website. You have truly made a positive difference in the lives of those who choose to read your words of wisdom.
Rollformer 2k posts, incept 2013-02-13
2023-01-14 10:10:04

Interesting thought to put the vax status on the resume. Even if it doesn't confer an immediate advantage, it will serve to turn off those one doesn't want to work for in the first place.

The change in disability rolls is astounding. I had looked at it a while back, and a very smart friend of mine said "this happens every time a democrat comes into office". Now, a year or so later, that argument doesn't really hold water.

I only had one person really push the vaccine with me, a boss from India (who lived in the US). We worked remotely, so he didn't enforce it. He also was fighting an active TB infection, so on balance, the risk profile may have made sense for him...
Russell 2 posts, incept 2022-02-27
2023-01-14 10:10:04

Reading this I could hear Santana Winning in the background.
Jazen 4k posts, incept 2007-07-17
2023-01-14 10:10:11

Well said.
The hardest part for me is explaining to my 11 yro son why his friends parent's gave their children the Vax. He just can't grasp the concept of it all.

As for all the rest of age to know what they were doing to themselves and wanting all unvaxxd to die, fuckem.

I think to this day what I always thought since the beginning:

We could not know what long term side effects those vaxs had because it was impossible. Not enough time had elapsed to know the 2 or 3 or 5 year side effects. Why would I ever put such a thing in my body that cannot ever be reversed?

And now we will never know...

Choose, but choose wisely.

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Heathen 3 posts, incept 2021-09-29
2023-01-14 10:10:23

As the only unvexxed in my immediate family, the get togethers were usually filled with eye rolls, finger pointing, and such. No direct hostility, but clearly, they all thought I was the dumb one for refusing to get my 'safe and effective'. This past Christmas, that all changed. Not only that, but there was not even any talk about shots or CV. No one looked at me funny. They all know. So far, there has been no thuds, but a couple mysterious health issues make me suspicious. I just keep silent about it. I know, they know, and we all know what is up, but no one is quite ready to talk about it yet, if ever. Every new thud of someone famous, athlete, teenager, all become bits of the reality that they all are beginning to understand are not just 'coincidences' any longer, but are proof I was right all along. I fear for what the future holds, because it is not looking good.
Ascenzm 147 posts, incept 2021-09-12
2023-01-14 10:14:11

Just when I thought your posts could not get better, you publish this post. A divorced unvaxxed friend of mine recently got engaged to a divorced woman he met this past summer. The woman is 20 years years younger than him and works in Daycare center which means she is fully vaxxed. At both their ages, having children is not a factor, but I would not want to be intimate with a vaxxed person.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-14 10:15:53

I have no fears over that @Ascenzm, but becoming very close to such a person is asking for a LOT of grief. Maybe its worth it, however; I've gotten involved with someone that I knew might be setting up self-destruction in the past, they did and I walked away -- and had to deal with the grief when the bad came.

It was still worth it.

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