Discussion in 'The Dungeon' started by SPL170db, Jan 21, 2020.
Hell with that... I'ma spit right in his eye and say, "I ain't goin', let the loose end drag!"
Over 60,000 confirmed cases reported world wide. Yep, we are all going to die.
Well hurry the fuck up and get it over with!
Crap, there goes my good health. Now I really am going to die by a factor of 5. :/
Well.....this all certainly makes alot more sense now.
Is this Big Pharma at its best or what?
(It seems as though this has yet to be mentioned here, or anywhere else for that matter...)
Depends on the outcome I would say. Fast-tracked vaccines can have catastrophic results, hence why they need to be thoroughly tested. Noticed this in a comments sections of another article:
Sure enough, it looks like there is a body of research out there showing the vaccines can cause problems, which I would imagine could be exacerbated if indeed a vaccine hasn't gone through thorough enough testing and is hurried to get it out there to treat people.
Would this summer be considered a fast-track release for a vaccine?
By then we’ll all be dead! Dead! Deceased! Joined the choir invisible! Shuffled off from this mortal coil! No more pining for the fjords! Buckets kicked! Farms purchased! Room temperature achieved! Daisies pushed up! Sent to pasture! The big motherfucking sleep!
Time to run up some credit card debt and develop a cocaine habit
Multiple of 5, come on man.
What I'd heard is vaccines generally take about 18 months or so from development through clinical trials and testing until they are actually approved for widespread human usage. Who knows for sure.
Hey, you're the one who blamed a farmer for driving a tractor in farmland and pulling out in front of a motorcycle going way to fast for it's speed to be judged if it could even be seen. Just shows you can get degrees without a lick of common sense
So what you are saying is, we'll have a bowel movement of the soul evacuating the body by intense pressure on the spiritual anus? In short, we'll have shit the bed?
Damn...I would have liked to see Montana.
Given a possibility of extinction for an entire race, I think a lot of people will jump at the chance for a cure. That's gotta be scary as hell.
People HAVE recovered from this, LOTS of people in fact.
Relax people, it's not the end of the world.
That comes Saturday when the asteroid sideswipes us.
We don't need to worry about that for at least another 9 years........as far as we know at the moment anyway.
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