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Also by BrotherJohn+128To those anti-vaxxers who are such because they still value having a choice, I say: So do I...normally. So "Why don't you feel that way now?" you ask? One big reason is that you die without it. Other reasons include: 1. Researchers in the medical community have been working on the vaccine for almost 20 years, so it is not something that they just came up with and tested recently. 2. We have the best medical/scientific minds in the world. Folks from other countries still clamor to come here for their medical care. Amirite?
Also about 20 years+487Summer went by too fast, but then again, if summer lasted 20 years people would still say it went by too fast, amirite?
Also by BrotherJohn+114I'm not ashamed of my country because of the atrocity of January 6, 2021, I am ashamed of those, while calling themselves patriots, Christians, conservatives, and so forth, have no idea what it means to be any of those things! amirite?
Also by BrotherJohn+128There are no longer any truly conservative elected leaders. Amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+93Lactose intolerant people have a competitive genetic advantage in fart porn, amirite?
Also about 20 years+11320 years ago people would print out web pages and hand you the papers. amirite?
Also about anti-vaxxers+39If there were a cure for autism/Asperger's and it came in vaccination form, you wonder what the anti-vaxxers would do, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+136The "&" symbol looks like a guy dragging his ass through the floor. amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+21If an asteroid actually wipes out humanity, with 7 billion+ people on Earth it's quite likely that at the moment of impact someone will be saying "It's not the end of the world". amirite?
Also about choice, countries, and medical care+49Free education and medical care have generally allowed progress in a democratic society. Why some rich countries like the U.S.A. and Canada or some other countries do not imitate France and do away with tuition fees at the university and post secondary levels, with minimal administrative fees at the post-graduate level? It's a choice of a society which might yield a lot of benefits now and in the future. amirite?