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Nov 23, 2021 14:38:11   #
woodguru
 
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...

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Nov 23, 2021 14:49:25   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


***I Keep Thinking Common Sense And Statistics Will Prevail With Right Wingers...
>>>And then it happens, all of the time. And you still dispute the facts and common sense.

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Nov 23, 2021 14:50:42   #
Weasel Loc: In the Great State Of Indiana!!
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


As death grows closer, you may want to make some funeral arrangements.
We people are doing just fine, and have been in public for 1 1/2 years without so much as a sniffel.



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Nov 23, 2021 15:03:13   #
RandyBrian
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


You may be right.
But I doubt it very much.
If you do not mind, I will wait another four years before I suggest my kids and grandkids take a jab. I deeply appreciate you and millions like you volunteering to test the long term safety of this oh-so-quickly developed ...thing they are jabbing you with. I, too, am testing it out before my kids risk a potential 60 more years of life and health.

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Nov 23, 2021 15:04:03   #
skyrider
 
Weasel wrote:
As death grows closer, you may want to make some funeral arrangements.
We people are doing just fine, and have been in public for 1 1/2 years without so much as a sniffel.


That's right, Weasel. They really do need to get their affairs in order because the clock is running out for
that kind. The ones that are spewing denial the loudest, likely know that their days are numbered because
denial is their only defense of the terror that they now live 24/7, wondering when the Grim Reaper will come calling.
And come for them, he will.

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Nov 23, 2021 15:04:08   #
Weasel Loc: In the Great State Of Indiana!!
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


Here are the people you need to worry about.



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Nov 23, 2021 15:09:07   #
Carlos Caliente
 
Well golly gee willikers Andy, I was just thinking the exact same thing about the zombies on the left.

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Nov 23, 2021 15:09:26   #
nwtk2007 Loc: Texas
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


Since vaccinated people can pass on the virus as well as unvaccinated people, why do you care if some choose to remain unvaccinated.

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Nov 23, 2021 15:14:40   #
skyrider
 
Carlos Caliente wrote:
Well golly gee willikers Andy, I was just thinking the exact same thing about the zombies on the left.



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Nov 23, 2021 15:21:28   #
Liberty Tree
 
LogicallyRight wrote:
***I Keep Thinking Common Sense And Statistics Will Prevail With Right Wingers...
>>>And then it happens, all of the time. And you still dispute the facts and common sense.


Woodhead is one of the most illogical, nonsensical, fact avoiding posters on OPP. He tries to cover-up by accusing others of what he is himself.

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Nov 23, 2021 15:27:52   #
nwtk2007 Loc: Texas
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
Woodhead is one of the most illogical, nonsensical, fact avoiding posters on OPP. He tries to cover-up by accusing others of what he is himself.


Ah, a leftist democrap Trump hater.

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Nov 23, 2021 15:30:20   #
JW
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


There is an old saying, Mark Twain I believe, "there are lies, damn lies and statistics". Think about it!

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Nov 23, 2021 18:29:54   #
2bltap Loc: Move to the Mainland
 
Weasel wrote:
Here are the people you need to worry about.


As usual Weasel you are correct. But yet none of our progressive members want to even entertain the possibility that in fact they are left field with their lack of common sense and logic. I am still waiting for an answer to another question I had asked about this very thing.
Mike

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Nov 23, 2021 19:48:59   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
woodguru wrote:
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is a limit to stupidity, that people can start out believing something, but when statistics start overwhelmingly proving that they are wrong that they will change their thinking.

Do people really need to be sucking on a ventilator tube to catch on, they can't see how much higher caseloads in anti vaxxer counties and states result in overloaded hospitals?

This is apparently the sheer raw power of hardcore beliefs and political divisions, people are literally will to risk dying rather than admit they were wrong...
It comes down to my mistaken belief that there is ... (show quote)


I thought you had no "beliefs" only spoon fed "facts".
Your hubris is actually quite comical.
Kinda like Wiley Coyote, and the Roadrunner.
You ain't the Roadrunner, either!!

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Nov 24, 2021 07:56:36   #
sabath
 
You don't know what common since is evidently. It is comparing all the facts! Include Ivermectin in the cure. the jab does NOT cure anything.

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