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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    I can’t help but laugh at the unbelievable lack of self awareness demonstrated by the woman reporter when she asks, “What is it you are trying to do with this video? We are just trying to do our jobs.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmll View Post
    Can anyone give top 5 reasons not to take the shot? Anything major that im missing?
    My main ones are:
    - studies show immunity wanes significantly (down to 75% after just 3 months) thereby making the vaccine seem like just a temporary fix
    - vaccine manufacturers indemnified against liability, so why would i trust people that arent willing to accept responsibility if their treatment causes problems?
    - potential long term adverse health effects not yet known
    - if virus will become endemic, then presumably governments wont be satisfied with us just getting 2 shots now, we'll be expected to take booster after booster after booster until before we know it we have young people taking what is essentially an annual flu shot
    - if im (reasonably) big and strong with no comorbidities, why would i bother taking injections that wont work very well after 6 months anyway?

    Can you please give me some more reasons?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    You will not end up in a hospital, why would you?
    As usual, I poorly worded my post. There's VERY LITTLE chance that I would end up in the hospital, you are correct. The "If" of my comment should have said...."if in the very small chance I ended up in the hospital..."

    My point was that this type of stuff in papers scares people, and a lot of them. That's all I was trying to say.

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    With all due respect, and yes that was a bit of a diatribe above, but what are your thoughts on men forced to register for a military draft under threat of incarceration, where women are not?

    Or the mass injustices done on a daily basis to fathers in family courts across this country?

    No wonder men are pissed off.

    Here's the Potatus Potatusing.

    Biden Calls Afghanistan Withdrawal A ?Success? Despite 13 US Military Deaths & Hundreds Stranded - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    A lot of us think that. Who is the engineer?
    Who are the engineers? Well, follow the money. Who benefits? It's a connected system so let's take one part of it. Lack of ability to think with reason and logic and not just parroting the party line so to speak is a big part of every issue from attacks on the 2nd to this whole Covid thing. Who benefits from that lack of logical thinking? Multi-national corporations who prefer drones to people who can easily become entrepreneurs, government institutions who benefit from voters not being able to see that the two parties have essentially become the same, large publishing conglomerates who sell to the schools and couldn't pass their crap curriculum off otherwise. Our form of compulsory schooling is, in large part, an invention of the state of Massachusetts. It was resisted - often with guns - by an estimated 80%. When the last hold outs on Cape Cod refused to surrender their children the area was seized by militia and children marched to school under guard. Why do you think it was so important that this be done that they'd be willing to send in the militia to take children out of homes and send them to a government sponsored education? Mann and Sears and the University of Chicago and Columbia Teachers College intended to produce through the application of formula, human beings whose behavior can be predicted and controlled. Do you see how they have achieved that aim?

    Take another part- our unhealthy, corn-syrup sucking population ripe for something like Covid to come along and fuck them up. Money is being made off of that not by farmers and ranchers but by large companies like Con Ag, and again the government through things like check off programs that funnel money from us serfs paying taxes to the companies like McDonalds and Dominoes who collect millions a year for coming up with ways to put more crap in the food. If you want to look at the Covid situation just in its own little box it's pretty clear that Fauci and Moderna are major beneficiaries of all this shit. It's all about money and control and what happens to us little people is just the wake of that drive for more of those two things.

    If you look at the psychology of the major players you see a group of people who think of themselves as the elites, as better than us. They think their way is the best way and anything they have to do to get there is acceptable. Look at the growth of the federal government and what the people running those departments make over the course of the last hundred years. Every "problem" presents a new path to money and control. Corporations who want more power and money need only "create" an issue that they can help government solve. Much like Covid. We all know that had we just let Covid sweep through the population we'd probably have achieved herd immunity (with some unfortunate deaths, yes, but that's life, isn't it?) and be not much worse for the wear. But with the intervention of the pharmaceutical companies and them pushing the government to implement solutions they can make money off of, here we are. Talking about boosters for years to come, probably. And that's not even discussing the gain of function research that probably landed us here- again not something the government should be siphoning off tax dollars to do but they are.

    It's not conspiracy theory but it's also not an easy answer which is why people don't often readily see the connections. Even if one is into the idea of home-schooling for example, research is necessary to understand how we got to where we are. And most people are specialists. They may know the ins and outs of the pharmaceutical world but never ventured into education. Or vice versa. We must become Renaissance people to see the connections. Specialization is for insects. We must be able to read and think and tackle all aspects of life. I can't hand you all the answers, that would be a book length post. But I can recommend reading such as that of John Taylor Gatto that can get you there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    A lot of us think that. Who is the engineer?
    Probably Timothy Geithner, he ran the last two massive bailouts in the West, the most massive ones in history, he oversaw the last three rounds of Chinese credit expansion and contraction, is still young and sharp and shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    With all due respect, and yes that was a bit of a diatribe above, but what are your thoughts on men forced to register for a military draft under threat of incarceration, where women are not?

    Or the mass injustices done on a daily basis to fathers in family courts across this country?
    Not sure who you are addressing but I rather think that we all should have to do some bit of service as youths. I think it would help when it comes to politicians pressuring for unnecessary wars. Israel has a good model. Women could serve as medics and support crews or even mechanics and not be put in a situation where our lesser upper body strength could cost a life. Or we could go the other direction and not require it of anyone. But I think if everyone had to participate to some extent it would give even the sheltered among us a better view of what the military deals with.

    The court situation is a sad one. I'm currently trying to help one of my son's friends with his custody case using my paralegal knowledge in helping him file documents. I'm not doing anything anyone else couldn't. Get you some books, subscribe to Lexis Nexis, join the cause, there's plenty of room on the bandwagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    With all due respect, and yes that was a bit of a diatribe above, but what are your thoughts on men forced to register for a military draft under threat of incarceration, where women are not?
    Drafting women would reduce the effectiveness of the fighting force. Just sayin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenni View Post
    I can't hand you all the answers….
    You haven’t given any answers. I do agree with your points, however, but they make me uncomfortable as introspection is not pleasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    With all due respect, and yes that was a bit of a diatribe above, but what are your thoughts on men forced to register for a military draft under threat of incarceration, where women are not?

    Or the mass injustices done on a daily basis to fathers in family courts across this country?

    No wonder men are pissed off.

    Here's the Potatus Potatusing.

    Biden Calls Afghanistan Withdrawal A ?Success? Despite 13 US Military Deaths & Hundreds Stranded - YouTube
    Conscription is slavery. That being said, women should not be expected to or be allowed to fight in wars; we are not savages. Well, actually, the savages didn’t let their women fight in wars.

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