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loonygecko 2 points ago +2 / -0

Interesting. Even if you don't buy that virus virions don't exist, it's still easy to see how they could fairly easily vary between splitting apart and then recombining definitions of disease to get the statistics they want at the time, like renaming small pox as monkeypox to make it look like small pox was eliminated. Or renaming flu as covid for a while by labeling by symptoms only and not requiring a valid test or just keep retesting using unreliable tests until you get the answer you wanna see. Then just refer to old poorly done research as 'proof' that your stuff is valid and gaslight and malign anyone that tries to ask questions. ;-P

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

I did some research and literally all sources say it's a trans dude that started transitioning a year ago but only just started with the giant boobs. It would be funny if it was a giant troll but so far it does not look like it.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'll vote for having more competition, the prob is govt is propping them up and making it hard for competition. ANything nationalized just becomes a shxt show.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

I immediately thought of that episode when I saw this news story . HOwever the ramblings of an anonymous post on social media are not exactly the most trustworthy source either.

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loonygecko 2 points ago +2 / -0

This place gives a lot of leeway to community mods, that can sometimes be good and sometimes be bad, depending on the quality of the mods. HOwever as we've seen on reddit, it's still better than having a bunch of admins micromanaging everything and forcing a specific narrative.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

What in the hell did they even nuke you for? I have not seen you do anything on here that would even warrant a single finger lift of action.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

If I remember right r/conspiracy on reddit was forced to accept reddit appointed mods not long ago, so that sub is totally compromised now.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

IDK, Bezos has a long history of reinvesting as much profit as he can to minimize taxes. So he planned to build a LOT of warehouses with his pandemic profits and now is only building some of them because sales have contracted as we go into a recession. This is just a normal business move, a recession is not a normal time for a biz like that to be expanding considering that current demand is being met.

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loonygecko 0 points ago +1 / -1

Clicked on link and it tried to get me to give my email LOL!

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's pretty standard for an automod to grab a post with a bunch of links for later inspection because those are often spam posts. If it's the middle of the night, the mods will not be checking the grabbed posts to clear them through because they are probably still sleeping.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think for some industries, they probably really really need accuracy and push for truthful results. Like aerospace, one part failure is disaster and can't be covered up. Peeps I know in aerospace often even cross check and additionally test previously tests just to make sure. HOwever for large segments of big pharma where less than great results can often be covered up or nay sayed away, yep, it could and quite likely is a big issue. THe money on all levels relies on results, even from the start, the researchers and labs that yield results big pharma wants to hear are the ones that get the grant money.

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loonygecko -2 points ago +1 / -3

Yep, all that stuff that Nazi Germany did was 'legal.' THey just changed the laws to make it legal.

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loonygecko 18 points ago +20 / -2

Yep, I noticed this too, Musk was basically telling the whiners to push for legislation to limit free speech and that will impact the more free speech venues like Gab as well. Musk will be used as an excuse to pass more laws. Then Musk will try to pretend he is an innocent victim but must follow 'the law.'

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loonygecko 2 points ago +2 / -0

It is true evil genius if now covid will go up due to all those vaccinated folks being vulnerable. Now they are trying to say the vaccinated are getting it due to the unvaccinated contaminating them and that the vaccines are not as effective in 'old people' so that's still apparently the fault of the unvaccinated. (according to their bs anyway)

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loonygecko 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep, that's the scary part for me. All I wanted to do was jump off swings, It would have causes a lot of probs later if they tried to say that made me a boy. I mean I probably would have said OK whatever about it at that time because I didn't care about any of that stuff, I just wanted to play my favorite games. But it would have been a mess later when I went into puberty and actually started to care more.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +2 / -1

Personally I feel that school should not push any gender stuff, and especially not before third grade. But I also do not think the school should be required to blab that kind of info to parents. There are too many screwed up parents and kids should also have a degree of personal directional choice. Also a lot of this stuff is too nebulous. When I was a kid, I played with the boys sometimes and with the girls sometimes, it would have been silly to say that just because I had a variety of interests, that my parents should be told I had gender confusion.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

I will have to see this thing really go through first, so far they have a basic agreement but the deed is not done, the Ts are not crossed and the Is are not dotted. Beyond that, the cheering and leering may be short lived if the goobermint uses this as excuse to push through restrictive legislation on free speech that will control not only Twitter but other more free venues like Gab. The newly created Biden "Ministry of Truth' is likely the first step in that direction and Musk has not only already indicated is plans to abide by any such legislation but has even suggested it when he said, "I am against censorship that goes far beyond the law,” he continued. “If people want less free speech, they will ask government to pass laws to that effect. Therefore, going beyond the law is contrary to the will of the people.”

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loonygecko 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yep, I remember in the beginning, part of the argument was that intubation allowed them to not have the 'germ infested' air exhaled through the room so it was deemed safer for staff and other patients and that was part of the argument for skipping the usual intermediate steps of supplemental oxygen. Probably staff in fear of getting killed themselves were reluctant to argue at first. If covid were really the deadly ebola type death sentence it was marketed as, then such decisions might have made a tad more sense but that should have been quickly found to be wrong very soon. Doctors should have known this was the wrong thing to do as well. I am not sure all hospitals went this route though, but it's scary to think of how many doctors killed people using the vents when they should have known better.

And now are still doing it with remdesivir. Docs were eventually able to spread the word around about the danger of the vents though, probably exactly because some docs knew how to properly treat clogged lungs. However few docs have experience with remdesivir and the way it kills can be mistaken for the way covid kills so it's going to be less easy to expose. Remdesivir is pure evil genius for killing more people, push a treatment that no one knows about that kills people in ways that can be blamed on the illness it is supposedly treating.

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loonygecko 1 point ago +1 / -0

Doxing is ok as long as the victims don't share your political opinions. ;-P

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loonygecko 5 points ago +5 / -0

They did erase it! Also the cornucopia from Fruit of the Loom and the monocle from the Monopoly man. Then there are those few that can still remember the land that was once called Arctica..

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loonygecko 4 points ago +4 / -0

LePen's approval rating was recently 48.5% so does seem a bit sus I agree. However politician approval ratings are way down across the board in general so having a crap approval rating is not as much of a doom as it once was..

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loonygecko 1 point ago +3 / -2

'All websites' doubled but 'active websites' only went up by a tad in 2017. I would guess that their method of counting maybe improved or changed allowing them to find more old websites, maybe they improved their crawler or changed the way it counts things. This makes more sense to me than those numbers.

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loonygecko 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah and we've already got data that the mRNA in these arm pokes is highly unstable and they were having issues with a lot of degraded and fragmented mRNA. I am not clear on what kind of dangers such batches might pose and have not been able to find much info on it. With these kinds of vaccines being relatively new, there may be no way to know yet for sure.

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