The day the last vaccine is injected, Joe Biden resigns publicly. MAGA hats appear at the rally... where every World has come to honour him, and Trump, Putin, Bolsonaro, Salvini, as well as all then leaders condemned in global courts for pandemic reasons.The same historian who wrote his acceptance speech prepared this one months in advance, with the knowledge, feedback and support of almost all Americans who refuse to acknowledge MAGA hats and begin saying "The red is nice! You should just lose the white privilege". By the time the Internet gets wind of this people start publicly renouncing Trump and and put "We will all be well again" in red white and blue on MAGA hats. This becomes the biggest human landmark since Nelson Mandela, and toxic views are no longer seen as arguable.In International Law they are finally included in a Global Declaration of Human Rights as Human Rights violations that is approved in 2025But back to the end of the epidemic and Joe Biden's resignation speech:Joe Biden looks at the few "Make America Great Again" and snickers... He can't help himself. He then goes to Trump and whispers in his right ear, completely off-mic, "America is finally great again". Trump, in his 10000$ suits jumps up and shouts "You, you... you loser!" with his finh. l Joe bThe crowd who hears it errupts in laughter. Obama completely bursts out in laughter and yells, unbeknownst to him loud enough to be on the loud speakers, "You're fired!".A Guiness World record for most people laughing spontaneously in a crowd is set, and put in every edition of the book for roughly a century, continuosly... When it finally stops, the crowd notices Kamala Harris, the future president of the United States on America is crying non-stop. She says the same thing over and over and over and over again : "B.! Joe! You did it! We did it! It's not a dream anymore... AMERICA IS GREAT AGAIN!".
he is losing it, but Obama and Biden hug her after she starts screaming in joy and tears for what seems like and hour, but is less than 2 minutes. Joe Biden, Barack Obama and Kamala Harris are no longer crying when Joe urges them both and says, holding both their arms in the air:"We didn't do it. All of us did it... ALL of US! We did it. AMERICA... IS... GREAT AGAIN!!!"Kamala and Barack motion to the secret service agents. They all lift Joe Biden, very slowly. Everyone can see him all the way to the back of the biggest crowd in Washington since the first Obama election.The Internet... has multiple orgasms!
Sorry, the first 4000 million vacines have more zeroes than they should.
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Sounds a bit... Don't take this the wrong way, it's nothing personal...Sounds a bit fascist to me. Waste bin? What the hell, man! We are not living in Mad Max countries, we live in democracies, mostly.In real life you could be sued just based on what you wrote here. In some countries, at least...But I am not going to censor you. That is the asker's "job"...
@MAC1983 I used harsh words because it's a harsh scenario. It was not intended to rate the quality of victims, but rather the quality of their decisions.My indeed democratic position: I have no notion to force people to do 'the right thing'; they must do that out of own impulse.But for those who -despite of having received well meaning suggestions- ignore the helping hand: I feel no pity for them.
Go full dictator. I like it.
haha, like it is going very well for Sweden now. nationalpost.com/.../lockdown-u-turn-in-sweden-as-covid-19-cases-soar-and-herd-immunity-hopes-falter
@Dreamy2020 Yeah didn't know that. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for the downvote lol
Haha, you are welcome ;)
WOOOWWWWW You are hottt!!! Yag talar svenska och du?
Sorry not really me, I used FaceApp to switch with a model.
It’s my face and the body I’d like.
Yeah, because when something spreads exponentially, since it was spreading slowly at first, it means it will continue spreading at that same slow rate indefinitely -_-
@Ad_Quid_Orator Right. So it’s almost like you’re admitting our “interventions” don’t make a difference to the spread. As we see with several months of mask wearing and still have a ‘surge’ in cases.
Yeah, because it spreading automatically means it wouldn't spread even faster if we just did nothing. Oh wait, you're full of shit.www.cdc.gov/.../masking-science-sars-cov2.html
@Ad_Quid_Orator Right, just like when your mommy put a nightlight on for you so no monsters would attack you. It must work because no monsters came when the light was on.
Depends on whether or not you can detect the monster by other means, just like how we've compared transmission rates between areas that do and don't use masks and have observed higher transmission rates relative to the viral load in places that use masks.
that *don't use masks.
@Ad_Quid_Orator No you can’t. You can’t even prove that for Colorado. Cases spiked after the mask mandates. Sorry to burst your bubble. US has one of the highest mask wearing rates in the world. Reality doesn’t agree with your propaganda.
One outlier doesn't prove that they don't work when there are other factors that influence the spread of the disease. And Europeans weren't wearing masks because they took more extensive measures than we did to curtail the spread of the virus that for the entire summer they didn't need as many masks. Dizzy from all that spinning I see.
@Ad_Quid_Orator It’s universal, dumbass. There’s no countries where mask mandates correlates with a lower infection rate.
Yeah because when levels are low enough you don't need a mask mandate to limit the spread.
@Ad_Quid_Orator The only positive is I know you don’t even believe the bullshit you type.
No unlike you I understand how epidemics work. I mean your argument is as asinine as saying since areas that have the greatest mosquito problems also use the most pesticides so pesticides must be useless.
@Ad_Quid_Orator No. What I’m saying is that the places that spray the most pesticides should have the least mosquitoes. You’re the fucktard who insists that the places spraying with pesticides have 10,000,000 mosquitoes but if they didn’t spray they’d have 10 trillion million mosquitoes. While the countries with no pesticides have the same or fewer mosquitoes. It’s ok, dude. I know you’re just bullshitting. You can admit it.
No I'm saying that if they have a bigger mosquito problem, they'll use more pesticides to combat it just like if a country has a heavier case load, they'll take more extensive measures to combat the spread of the virus. But I know that's beyond your capability to comprehend.
@Ad_Quid_Orator No, that’s not how pesticides work. You fucked up with your analogy. Sorry, child. If I have 10,000 mosquitoes and spray pesticides, if the pesticide is effective then I have no mosquitoes. If the pesticide is ineffective, then I see a ‘spike’ in mosquitoes. Congratulations, you just proved that masks, lockdowns, and distancing are ineffective. You played yourself.
Yeah, because pesticide use kills every single mosquito and how fast they propagate doesn't depend on how many there are already (can 10 or 1000 mosquitos lay more eggs over a given time frame) or how conducive a place is to the spread of mosquitos. Hey I guess because they have more mosquitos yet use more pesticides in swampy areas than the desert or have to use more pesticides when there's a major outbreak than a minor one, that must mean pesticides don't work. I mean this is creationist/flat earther level of science denial you're pulling here. Give me a break and if you have a greater viral load you have in your population, the more measure's you'll take to prevent the spread. You're ignoring basic principals of data analysis to push your casedemic narrative (and making a complete ass of yourself).
@Ad_Quid_Orator Dumb fuck. I’m not arguing that a place with 1 mosquito needs to spray compared to a place with 10,000 mosquitoes. Two swamps with 10,000 mosquitoes each should see a difference if one sprays and one doesn’t. And to be a true analogy to covid, you’d have to count each mosquito every time it bites someone as a new mosquito, and every time you found a trace of mosquito dna on a leaf it counts as a whole mosquito.
Well there's the problem, you're comparing swamps with the same number of mosquitoes while comparing areas that have different new case rates because they got the virus under control by other means.
@Ad_Quid_Orator lol, no one has the virus under control. Dope.
Not now but for most of the summer they did. But like many other pandemics, there is a resurgence in the fall.
@Ad_Quid_Orator It’s almost like the virus does what a virus does. Hmmm... wonder who’s been saying that all year.
It spreads like a virus does but as we've seen, it kills way more.
@Ad_Quid_Orator And not even way more. It’s a stastically insignificant number of excess deaths for the year compared to others. I’m glad you’re finally seeing the light.
The death rate varies in the US by about 35,000 deaths per year (50,000 at most), now we're at 300,000 excess deaths.www.statnews.com/.../
@Ad_Quid_Orator A year does not a trend make. And how many of those who died were at or above the average life expectancy?
And saying that the death rate in 2020 is statistically insignificant doesn't make it so either. What other year had a >10% increase in the mortality rate from the average?And you know what else followed this same pattern of seasonal spikes? The Spanish flu. You know, like any other virus (even though it was one of the top 3 deadliest pandemics in history).
When I looked at the CDCs' data the biggest jump in mortality rate from year to year since 1945 was 5%.
Wait... whaaaaa O. o
@JoyGirl you read it right thr first time
Then why at people dead? ;-;
@JoyGirl natural causes like any other human