Who would win - some of the strongest viruses in the world, or one needle boi?
Oof, heated debate this pic.
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@BraimXFuego, piper perri gangbang
@brucethepebblepenis, God does have a purpose for everyone
@ios11,@brucethepebblepenis, after much study and research I can safely say it was unimpressive.
Where is autism?
@The mortiest morty, She's an antivaxxer, she already has it.
@Ze Grammar Nazi, THIS!!!
The outline of Hep-B’s wang is pretty impressive. But then again, that is about how fvcked your liver is if you get that HBC inside you. So, yeah...
All at once and no mercy
Y’all need to chill. All that typing.. Your fingers are probably as tired as that tiny white girl was after this was filmed.
@king of sharks, nah, she can handle more. I’ve see...I mean, who is that? I definitely don’t know who Piper Perri is...
@king of sharks, she wasn't tired. Just more open to... hell everything was just more open
@Captain Swordsman, hahahaha congrats on making yourself look like a total moron.
Like seriously, polio? The number of serious cases of polio in the us is negligible, and yes that is among anti-vaccers. And the number our cases of polio among people who got the vaccine is non-zero. I'm sick of this cult-like mentality that a couple of botched studies that didn't even have proper control groups is the end all be all of knowledge and that anyone who questions it is crazy. This is some 1984 shjt just like climate change. The truth doesn't need protection from scrutiny. If you're right, you don't need laws or social engineering to prevent people from even questioning you in the first place.
@Captain Swordsman, I make a sarcastic meme about anti-vaccinators and you find a way to get angry because I used a virus that isn’t as relevant as it once was - congratulations.
I honestly can’t understand what you were trying to say since it goes all over the place, but let me say this: the whole “who needs vaccines” or “vaccines cause autism” mentality is stupid and spits directly in the face of proven science, endangering the lives of children who don’t get a say. Also, I don’t know what you were trying to say about climate change, but it is real and has been proven countless times over.
@pirey, except that I never said that nobody needs vaccines or that vaccines cause autism, I said that people like you with your coat like mentality that even questioning or testing it is somehow a bad thing are what's ruining science. Another cult tactic you people do is to read something that's very clear and to the point like what I posted and claimed that it's all over the place and doesn't have an actual point to it.
@Captain Swordsman, What coat-like mentality? I simply made a meme about anti-vaccinators and you're trying to lump me into some "you people" category with "cult tactics" that directly responsible for ruining science. I told you I couldn't understand the message behind your reply because it didn't make sense to me - that's not a cult tactic, that's a lack of understanding. You argued how the cases of polio in the US are negligible for both vaccinators and non-vaccinators, but what's that argument even for? Of course the number of cases in the US is negligible now, because the vaccine was SUCCESSFUL. Why do you think smallpox no longer exists in the world? Because vaccines eliminated the virus entirely (save bioweapons). So naturally, with the polio vaccines eliminating most cases of polio in the world, the chance of contracting polio (without a vaccine) is obviously going to be much lower than say, in 1970.
Do you just go around looking to argue with people? Seriously, you just come off as hateful and angry. You accuse pirey of having cult tactics, but then overgeneralize him into a group of people that he clearly isn't a part of - it sounds like if anyone has cult tactics, it's you. And what you wrote is not clear or to the point. First you talked about polio cases not being prevalent in the US anymore (which is how vaccines work), then you talk about the botched autism studies. What is the point of that sentence? Of course the study was botched, because it has no scientific grounding and was not properly conducted at all.
Are you saying we need to reexamine the "vaccines cause autism" study because there's merit in questioning everything? Clearly not, because you stated "I never said that vaccines cause autism", so what's the argument you're trying to make? Also, your comment about "If you're right, you don't need laws or social engineering to prevent people from even questioning you in the first place" is inherently wrong. The ill-informed will always find a way to question what's good for them, and then you end up with people not vaccinating their children, which is why certain things need to be required.
@HotdogPills, I'm not talking about the botched autism studies, I'm talking about the botched to studies that claimed that the vaccines were safe. How am I supposed to argue with you if you're just going to put words in my mouth?
How am I supposed to argue with someone that makes things "very clear and to the point", but leaves out 90% of the information? There are countless botched studies with improper control groups, but you didn't specify which one, so I had to make an educated guess based on the relevance of the conversation.
@Captain Swordsman, Polio was eradicated by a fvcking vaccine.
@Captain Swordsman, You seem to be a bit paranoid, friend. Try a few more sips of meme, and you might start to feel better. Hope you do. Cheers, bud.
@Captain Swordsman, there is a low number of serious cases of polio today because the vaccine! Do yourself a favor a look up the horrible effects of polio, it destroyed peoples lives and now its unheard of. All thanks to the vaccines.
@Captain Swordsman, lol theres a difference between questioning social norms and endangering the lives of children out of stubbornness. This is like not buckling your seatbelt, or not brushing your teeth. Youre not woke, youre an idiot.
@Captain Swordsman, what is your point in your original post? I genuinely want to know. You first criticize the example of polio, then you criticize the “cult-like” mentality, then you use a tangent of climate change, and then criticize law making. You made four different claims.
@Captain Swordsman, I bet you think the earth is flat and the moon landing was faked.
@Captain Swordsman, which botched studies are you referencing? I would like to read them. Mostly because I’m fairly certain that they don’t exist and that for every one “botched” study, there are hundreds more that clearly show vaccines to be safer than the alternative... hence polio no longer being a main concern for the general public.
@Tickle me Sunshine, what about when polio first happened and most people who had it didn't even know they had it due to the lack of symptoms? Did vaccines cause that?
@Genesis Rhapsodos , you act like I'm against vaccines.
@Captain Swordsman, youre either a troll or incredibly stupid.
@Captain Swordsman, what? When polio first happened? If you had polio you were made fvckin aware of it soon enough. FDR was not caught off guard by it. If vaccines were around, perhaps one of the greatest presidents and historical figures would've survived another few decades
@Captain Swordsman, no, you're acting like you're against vaccines. And how does not showing symptoms relate to the vaccine at all? Vaccines didn't cause that, they are the reason it's not an issue in the United States as it used to be
@Captain Swordsman, “what about when polio first happened and most people who had it didn’t even know they had it due to the lack of symptoms? Did vaccines cause that?”
What the actual fück are you talking about? I don’t understand what the critique is here. Are you saying that vaccines caused people to know what the symptoms are for polio?
@AlQaholic, dudes either a pretty weak troll or absolutely off his rocker
@Captain Swordsman, Do you even understand that almost irrelevant diseases, like polio, are irrelevant BECAUSE of widespread vaccination?
@bdoubleDD007, WHOA. Don’t lump us moon landing people in with this guy.
@AbbyBorden27, Sorry, that was uncalled for. You can believe what you like, I'll believe what I like, buts lets just agree that this guy is ridiculous.
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, I wouldn’t say “great”
@CMNDR BUbbles, regardless of political beliefs, the man faced the worst crisis in American history besides possibly Lincoln and guided us out.
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, or prolonged it by a decade
@CMNDR BUbbles, what do you mean? The week of shutting down the banks and reorganizing and restructuring them possibly saved capitalism. The banks would've crumbled without that week. If he didn't convince the American people to reinvest in the banks again, they would've definitely failed.
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, I mean taking the US off the gold standard, setting prices to try and influence the market, and having an affinity for John Kayenes’ ideas who thought massive spending and debt was the best way to improve the economy. The only thing that brought us out of the depression was selling weapons and supplies prior to the US entering WW2.
@Captain Swordsman, lol, welcome to funny pics. Where if you don’t agree with the mob on something they jump down your throat. I had a conversation about a year ago about how I didn’t believe that the climate change we are seeing now was necessarily 100% human caused and oh god you think I killed everyone of them. How I brought up studies showing the temperature was changing faster during the last little ice age well before the industrial revolution and I was voted down to oblivion. This my friends is why I don’t talk much on this app anymore.
@snarftbob, I think this is a bit different...
@CMNDR BUbbles, is that not keynsian economics? Massive spending on the war is what got us out of the depression. We are lucky that everyone else was destroyed so we were the only players for some years. However, there was a clear upswing in the economy before the war because of FDRs work programs. And he did not get us into any massive debt.
@CMNDR BUbbles, also, the gold standard is a terrible way to operate in the modern globalized world of credit commerce
@EVILdrPORKCHOP3, the upswing was not because of war spending. The factories started pumping out supplies to sell to Europe. He massively increased the size of the federal government which did cost money. If you contrast the depression of 1929 with the depression of 1920, the market was left alone and it was over in about a year and a half.
@CMNDR BUbbles, they were not even close in scope. The depression of '29 is the worst economic situation the United States has ever seen by a large margin. And it was caused by the bad practices of the banks. Investment banks made bad investments, the capitalists overproduced, and they drive the market to the point that without interference,it would have collapsed.
@Captain Swordsman, Is that a serious question? If it is then the answer is no, vaccines didnt cause polio to become widespread. This is mainly do to the fact that vaccines do the opposite.
@snarftbob, I think most of us are trying to understand what he is actually saying.
@snarftbob, well at least there's someone else who understands. And it's not like I'm even disagreeing with what they're saying it's just the mob mentality that even questioning it to begin with makes you some kind of crazy person or ignorant.
@Captain Swordsman, okay, so your complaint is the “mob” or “cult-like” mentality when it comes to questioning certain topics. So, where is this mentality in the photo itself?
@AlQaholic, the implication that anti-vaccers are guaranteed to get a bunch of diseases because they didn't vaccinate?
@Captain Swordsman, well not a guarantee, but a higher likelihood depending on the area in which they live. Also, that is not what this photo is really saying. How I see this meme format is that it more states of what is going to be destroyed by that which is in the back. If someone who is not vaccinated comes in contact with these diseases, their life is going to be miserable, but does not state that they are guaranteed to get these diseases.
If you vaccinate you're almost gaurenteed not to, if you're not, and exposed to the diseases, there is a high chance you will.
@ Ump89, I smelled my own dïck and fainted
@ Ump89, the anti-vaccers are dumb enough to play the odds that folks who are properly vaccinated will prevent the spread of those diseases. Then claim the vaccine doesn't matter.
@Captain Swordsman, what do you think about flu shots
@Captain Swordsman, Come back after you’ve had time to clear your mind and then properly articulate your words in a manner that’s more understandable.
As an outside observer what you’ve said makes little sense. Its extremely difficult to discern what your arguing for or against. It may seem like a clear argument in your mind. But I can assure you that the words you are using to explain yourself and the thoughts you are having do not align well enough in a manner as to be coherent to other people.
Trust me on this subject. Its a problem I use to have. Where I understood perfectly what I was trying to say but did a poor job of forming the words in a manner that properly described the point I was trying to make or explained the thoughts in my mind.
This is currently your problem. Please proof read and think about how your words will be perceived. Ask yourself if its clear to those with no knowledge of the subject you are proposing. Once you do this. Civil discussions are easier.
@snarftbob, it has nothing to do with that. It's because you pick and choose what science you want to listen too. If you seriously think cl it mate change isn't human caused you are 100% retarded
@Captain Swordsman, vaccines are safe.
@NameyMcNameFace, I agree
@Duncan5769, excellent points/facts that you added to this conversation! And I love how you insult people who don’t agree with your viewpoint! Keep it going little buddy! 😘
Did you guys know that this girls kid died because her ex shook him to death
That's the ugliest white chick ever. Who would want to put their junk in that?