works for me anyhow..
does anyone else wash their hands right away after going out, shopping or bus ride or anything..?
i always do.. especially if you have used a debit machine or handle money.
or even use door handles and such.
i was always kinda surprised when working in various places, to find out that lots of women do not wash their hands after using the bathroom..
some ppl are just pigs ffs.
Just Plain Nuts.
Nobody, Has a need to know about anything!
(02-01-2016, 05:13 PM)JayRodney Wrote: This could become very dangerous if widespread. This is the stuff of depopulation advocates dreams.
No. This is the lame stuff of lazy CT forum doomtard speculators' fear prawn wet dreams.
You're being fooled. It's not easy, apparently. There are 20k + cases of MicroEnceph in the U.S. None are caused by Zika.
Why there? Why now? With just a handful of verified cases, the rest being connected by pure conjecture and medically ignorant confusion.
Of course everyone wants to blame Bill Gates' flying gene syringes being in the area to supposedly allegedly maybe combat Dengue fever, but the easy path isn't always the right one, or the right answer.
Follow the money. Do more looking into it than just to be a reactionary fearful poster on a CT forum that takes everything at face value. Like you and so many usually do. That doesn't help anything. Unless that is you get off on worrying about non-threats while surrounded by many many real threats.
There is no danger of this manufactured phony "demic of the day" to the worldwide population. However, there is a huge danger in idiots like you just passing the fear buck to everybody who reads your baseless fearful emoting about something you obviously know little to nothing about, making it just that much easier for Big Pharma to push their Hegelian solution to a nearly non-existent non-threat non-issue that they may or may not have had a hand in creating.
Vaccines are being pushed again, or didn't you read the script ahead of time to see the same old tired tried and true method, their desired end result?
Where'd that West Nile Virus scare go to? How about the dreaded Swine Flu? Even Ebola, I bet you had several posts a day here not too long ago back then where you were just as trembling as you typed, right? Trembling with what again exactly? Fear? Excitement? Did it give you new meaning to your life, keeping up with their media fear prawn 24/7? Or, rather, did it glue your ass to your seat to keep you from living the life you should have been living without their programming?
How many other "mysterious illnesses" and horrifying pandemics have you been afraid of over the past decade? Go ahead, count them all up. Don't forget SARS or Bird Flu or all the H1N-somethings, go even further back.
But you're still here, aren't you?
Some of us are old enough to remember how life was before the AIDS era.
Fear is the killer of men's minds.
Be afraid of whatever you want to be afraid of, it's your life. It's just a shame to see so much fear passed along to others out of ignorance of the facts.
Although for you, I would still recommend not having a baby for a couple of years like they advise; and actually, in your case if you're just going to pass on fearful crazy paranoia weakling genes to your child, maybe don't bother to reproduce at all, maybe?
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