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"Social Distancing" Arrows Spray-Painted On Sidewalk In Massachusetts!
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May 21, 2020

"Social Distancing" Arrows Spray-Painted On Sidewalk In Massachusetts..... pitchforks

A woman in Swampscott, Massachusetts recorded a video of two government workers spray painting orange “social distancing” arrows on the sidewalk to encourage citizens to only walk one direction…because apparently city officials think that is somehow going to stop the spread of COVID-19.

“This is tyranny, that’s what this is,” the woman shouts at the workers.  “This is communism.”..... Yeah3







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And if one travels their direction against  the arrow? Is it Karen Time?

This shit happening is far too much, ppl wearing masks alone in the car windows rolled up, arrows in stores and sidewalks, ppl everywhere going Karen, supposed vaccines even tho it has been impossible to create one for any coronavirus since the 19fucking50's.

Thanks to the gods that I live in the middle of the damn desert.
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There are many examples of the insanity that comes from the widely held, but incorrect, belief that viruses are contagious. Since we have 380 Trillion viruses in our bodies, wouldn't we be giving each other the flu every time we touched each other?

We also breathe in 1,200 viruses an hour.

But everyone seems to believe the myths, so we end up with one-way grocery store lanes, people wearing masks, and closed restaurants and beaches! The crazy new practices are truly bizarre looking when you realize what a waste of time they are.

Meanwhile, gov't agencies come up with all sorts of brilliant stupidities such as painting sidewalks and telling people to stay indoors.
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(05-22-2020, 01:31 AM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: Meanwhile, gov't agencies come up with all sorts of brilliant stupidities such as painting sidewalks and telling people to stay indoors.

Also meanwhile,  the other side ........

Swedish infectious disease clinician (and World Health Organization (WHO) advisor) Johan Giesecke concluded:

It has become clear that a hard lockdown does not protect old and frail people living in care homes - a population the lockdown was designed to protect. Neither does it decrease mortality from COVID-19, which is evident when comparing the UK's experience with that of other European countries.


https://mises.org/wire/do-lockdowns-work...ce-says-no
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(05-22-2020, 12:14 AM)Guest Wrote: And if one travels their direction against  the arrow? Is it Karen Time?

This shit happening is far too much, ppl wearing masks alone in the car windows rolled up, arrows in stores and sidewalks, ppl everywhere going Karen, supposed vaccines even tho it has been impossible to create one for any coronavirus since the 19fucking50's.

Thanks to the gods that I live in the middle of the damn desert.

I had someone advise me that should not roll the windows down in my car. It is just insanity. People are terrified of catching the virus while in traffic. That same person believes we should all be locked down and children not allowed back in school till there is a cure.
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Jptdknpa I saw a grocery store worker (who I chat up quite often) walking the 'wrong way' down an aisle the other day, I jokingly said you better hope Karen doesn't see you....she laughed and said what a fucking joke this shit is.....following behind someone in an aisle you are breathing the same air regardless of which way people are walking. Yep. Insanity. I got within 4-5' of a lady in the produce section, she literally jumped away from me like I was a rabid dog going to bite her face. I lol'd out loud and kept it movin........

The sheep are sheepin all over the place.
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The Covid Anthem should be..... Eyeroll

https://youtu.be/4c8O2n1Gfto
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This shutdown has allowed me to start lots of conversations that make people really happy when standing in line to check out. The conversations go something like this with variations depending on the voices in my head Scream1 :-):

"Do you want to hear some really great news?" (Yes.) I'm an inventor, and I've invented an electronic machine that raises immunity. In fact, I've shot 50 videos of myself doing this... (I run my fingers over my eyes, nose, ears and mouth. This gets their attention big time!!) and I never get the flu. I hug people who have it.

"It's directed all over the city and is coming to you right now 24 hours a day. In fact it's also directed at the hospital where they have an extended care nursing home on the third floor. They have had zero cases of covid and zero cases of the flu since the beginning of this year. Last flu season they were hit hard by the flu.

"Isn't that the best news you've heard in two months?"

They usually say, "It sure is! Now would you let go of my purse? I really need to go." Lmao
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43ey8s8EALU
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(05-22-2020, 01:31 AM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote: There are many examples of the insanity that comes from the widely held, but incorrect, belief that viruses are contagious. Since we have 380 Trillion viruses in our bodies, wouldn't we be giving each other the flu every time we touched each other?

We also breathe in 1,200 viruses an hour.

But everyone seems to believe the myths, so we end up with one-way grocery store lanes, people wearing masks, and closed restaurants and beaches! The crazy new practices are truly bizarre looking when you realize what a waste of time they are.

Meanwhile, gov't agencies come up with all sorts of brilliant stupidities such as painting sidewalks and telling people to stay indoors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eb46yXP211w
Autodidact: A self-taught person. [From Greek autodidaktos, self- taught : auto-, auto- + didaktos, taught.
Polymath: A polymath (Greek polymathēs, “having learned much”) is a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas.
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