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Joined 2021-01-14
Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Plagueis The Wise? I thought not. It’s not a story the Jedi would tell you.
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Dude I'm 12 and I still know these in fun
3 ups, 1mo
Clockwise starting from top-right corner: Wonder Pets, Superwhy, Little Bill, Yo Gabba Gabba
CDC — Creating Dead Children in politics
1 up, 2mo
I find it amusing how anti-vaxxers always fail to respond to said facts. It goes to show just how unwilling they are to change their minds. If they had concrete evidence that vaccines are harmful, then I'd be an anti-vaxxer too... but they don't. They cite rather obscure and unreliable sites instead of finding facts and backing it up with their own logic.
CDC — Creating Dead Children in politics
1 up, 2mo
why does the image say half a million dead with badly photoshopped logos on it while you claim 118k people died suddenly? also, about 68.5% of the world is vaccinated, about 8-9 people die a day, and it's been 149 days since the vaccine rollout. working out those numbers gives us a rough estimate of 867 vaccinated deaths in the past 149 days, so i think you need to check your numbers.
Lefty No Likey Elon’s New Way in politics
0 ups, 2mo
Doesn't change Twitter rules
Insidious — What other adjectives describe the evil, of Purposefully Killing Children in politics
0 ups, 2mo
Understood. Just elaborating a little further, there are around 67.33 million people in the UK. 79.71% of 67.33 million is about 53.67 million. I saw the other article you posted, the one with the death reports. I see one big problem with it so far; it does not take into account the fact that the majority of the UK is in fact vaccinated, as you just proved. Then, on the bar graphs, it shows most deaths in the vaccinated population are actually not covid-related... so tell me this. What do these non-covid deaths have to do with the covid vaccine? How do you know that it is the vaccine that is causing this? And just to remind you, correlation does not imply causation.