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Getting My Revenge

They’ve all plotted against me. I am lost in the world they are the ones who’ve guided me. Everyday of my life they leave subliminal messages scattered to brainwash me into ruining my own life. Use the Sex Offender registry as a guide. Each individual on there is free practice. Who would believe them? Commit your acts of arson, graffiti, assaults, psychological warfare, etc. on the ones in your local are to get comfortable with the idea of breaking the law and directly hurting another human being.


Sugar man, won’t you hurry
Cause I’m tired of these scenes
For a blue coin won’t you bring back
All those colors to my dreams
-Sugar man, Rodriguez

Everything sucks so bad. Don’t you want to kill yourself? Don’t you want release? There is no future. There is only collapse. It’s all falling apart. Why waste one more second on it all? Slaving away for master to hide away when the rain comes. You’ll be left drenched. Swept away in the flood and forgotten.

Vaccination Nation

Washington Post

“We have these — these talking heads who have gotten the vaccine and are telling other people not to get the vaccine,” Gov. Spencer Cox said in response to a reporter’s question about anti-vaccine rhetoric coming in large part from the political right. “That kind of stuff is just, it’s ridiculous. It’s dangerous, it’s damaging, and it’s killing people. I mean, it’s literally killing their supporters. And that makes no sense to me.”

Cox’s sharp words at a news conference came as some lawmakers and other prominent Republicans fan doubts about the coronavirus vaccines or speak about them with outright hostility, framing efforts to promote the shots as unwelcome incursions from big government.

Members of Congress have derided “door-to-door” outreach; a host at the conservative network Newsmax this week declared vaccines “against nature”; and audience members at a conservative conference cheered last weekend when a speaker said the United States missed its immunization goals. Those in counties won by President Biden are more likely to be fully vaccinated than those in counties won by former president Donald Trump, the Kaiser Family Foundation found this month.

Vaccine hesitancy morphs into hostility, as opposition to shots hardensMost covid-19 deaths now occur among the unvaccinated, something Cox underscored as true for Utah. Yet recent polling shows that 29 percent of Americans say they are unlikely to get their shots, with most of those people saying they definitely will not. That’s a slight uptick from three months earlier, when 24 percent said they were unlikely to get vaccinated.

Asked about anti-vaccine messages Thursday, Cox said that they are “harmful” and that “it does concern me deeply.” He said he sees the coronavirus vaccines as a key accomplishment of the Trump administration and believes the herculean effort to develop them in less than a year will go down as “one of the greatest achievements of medicine in human history.”

Don’t get the vaccine. You won’t be able to feel God and become infertile. It’s the mark the beast pushed on us by a demonic government.

Nah jk, we’re a pro-vaccine publication. Pfizer to me is what whippets were to a gay man in the 90s. I’m constantly needing an uptake. I encourage all readers to do whatever you can to get as many vaccines as possible. You need it in your body. More is better. If you come across a box of them somewhere, you must become God’s lonely soldier and do what you must. inject everyone on the bus. Take them to your fingers and get on the subway. Grope women with your vaccine hands. For the greater good. For Fauci.

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