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Nothing will ever be the same again

 
Ordovician
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03/25/2020 11:45 PM

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It is 4 am in the morning and I cant sleep. I have been up since 2 am.

We have less than 24 hrs to lockdown. We have gone from 1 to 709 infections in 15 days. At this rate of increase we will have 1 000 000 infected in the next 30 days hence the lockdown. I fear that the lockdown will not be effective given the density op population and the levels of historic civil disobedience.

I guess what I am trying to say is that we are about to enter our darkest days. I don't know where the end of this nightmare is but I do know that we are at the beginning. I don't know if I will see the end of this but I do wonder what the end would look like. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year the world as we know it forever changed.
 Quoting: Waar maker


We should hold our failing leaders accountable once this is all over, and replace them with wise women and men instead.
 Quoting: Kapooya!


Has there ever been a time in history where people haven’t struggled to do this?

Have they ever succeeded for more then the blink of an eye?
Vision Thing
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03/25/2020 11:46 PM

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It has a similar death rate to flu. And there is a cure.

People are so fucking retarded. Though I am pretty sure it is shills working OT.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76892169


all the "authorities" and "experts" never say to take vitamin C and vitamin D. It's like they'd get suicided by the pharmaceutical companies if they stood up and said that in a press conference.
"Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. " (1 Thessalonians 5.18)

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."

Philippians 4:6-7
Vision Thing
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03/25/2020 11:48 PM

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Floor still needs mopping. Seeds still need planting. Weeds still need weeding. Some things never change.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77999315


Chop wood, carry water.

The student worked diligently with the master until one day he achieved enlightenment. He went to the master and asked, what do I do now?

The master asked "Have you eaten breakfast?" the student said yes.
"Then go and wash your dish".
"Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. " (1 Thessalonians 5.18)

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."

Philippians 4:6-7
Ordovician
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03/25/2020 11:50 PM

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Floor still needs mopping. Seeds still need planting. Weeds still need weeding. Some things never change.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77999315


Chop wood, carry water.

The student worked diligently with the master until one day he achieved enlightenment. He went to the master and asked, what do I do now?

The master asked "Have you eaten breakfast?" the student said yes.
"Then go and wash your dish".
 Quoting: Vision Thing


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03/25/2020 11:51 PM
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You are feeling what everyone and around you is feeling.

You will all recognize it.

You lose sleep, many lose sleep.

You think numbers, the others too.

You worry, they feel it.

This will be learned and known by the survivors en mass.
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03/26/2020 12:01 AM
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Only if you let them...

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The Laughing Cavalier

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03/26/2020 12:04 AM
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and your the reason the world is not a better place today
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In less than a week you will have more than 100 000 infected in the next month your healthcare system will be overwhelmed. In two to three months from now your economy will collapses as body's pile up in makeshift mortuaries. In six moths from now you will see the total collapse of civil society.
 Quoting: Waar maker


What a load of bullshit. Nobody knows anybody who has it.
The world you know is just a sugar-coated topping; there is another world below it- the REAL world, and if you want to survive it, you'd better learn to pull the trigger!!! -BLADE
Lance Roseman From BC

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03/26/2020 12:05 AM

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Good, this world is all fucked up. Who wants to go back to normal?
Silencing yourself and living in the dark just means you've left yourself exposed to the type of people who wander the dark looking for victims who won't scream. TlvmmCpoff


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03/26/2020 12:38 AM
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We are doomed, DOOMED i tell u.
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03/26/2020 12:41 AM

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Are you in south Africa? i hear covid doesn't spread as fast warmer weather.
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Too bad . All those south african blacks need to die for what theyve done to the Boer people .
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76857890


Just watched "Breaker Morant" again a few days ago. Yea, the Boers have been shafted over by everybody.
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03/26/2020 01:02 AM
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The consequences will never be the same.
 Quoting: Ordovician


Consequences used to be the same but not after this.
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03/26/2020 01:39 AM

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It is 4 am in the morning and I cant sleep. I have been up since 2 am.

We have less than 24 hrs to lockdown. We have gone from 1 to 709 infections in 15 days. At this rate of increase we will have 1 000 000 infected in the next 30 days hence the lockdown. I fear that the lockdown will not be effective given the density op population and the levels of historic civil disobedience.

I guess what I am trying to say is that we are about to enter our darkest days. I don't know where the end of this nightmare is but I do know that we are at the beginning. I don't know if I will see the end of this but I do wonder what the end would look like. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year the world as we know it forever changed.
 Quoting: Waar maker


If you are in the city, get out. Visit relatives in a farming community. Bring many supplies so they don't have to support you.
Embrace the cognitive dissonance.
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03/26/2020 01:42 AM

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FOODSOON
 Quoting: Butch DeFeo


looks tasty.
"Do you believe in an afterlife?" the gunslinger asked him as Brown dropped three ears of hot corn onto his plate.

Brown nodded. "I think this is it."
Butch DeFeo

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03/26/2020 01:49 AM

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FOODSOON
 Quoting: Butch DeFeo


looks tasty.
 Quoting: nimmerfall


That's all the food you're gonna be able to get, from the National Guard, in a few weeks.

COMESFROMCHINA
Shaun Kaven

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03/26/2020 02:09 AM

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It is 4 am in the morning and I cant sleep. I have been up since 2 am.

We have less than 24 hrs to lockdown. We have gone from 1 to 709 infections in 15 days. At this rate of increase we will have 1 000 000 infected in the next 30 days hence the lockdown. I fear that the lockdown will not be effective given the density op population and the levels of historic civil disobedience.

I guess what I am trying to say is that we are about to enter our darkest days. I don't know where the end of this nightmare is but I do know that we are at the beginning. I don't know if I will see the end of this but I do wonder what the end would look like. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year the world as we know it forever changed.
 Quoting: Waar maker


You're right to be afraid, but it's for different reasons. This is a big-time power play being made by invisible powers (in this sense, Trump was right in that the enemy is indeed invisible).

This crisis is going to last for all of 2020 and it is going to fundamentally change our society. It already has, but it's just beginning. Indeed, nothing will ever but he same again.

We're at the beginning of the nightmare not the end. Trump is pushing back agains the power grab and the deep state, but he's fighting an uphill battle. A digital dollar, an international ID system that tracks you, and a suite of mandatory vaccines are in the near future.

Want a taste of what is coming? Read this article, from a globalist who is leading the charge:

[link to www.technologyreview.com (secure)]

Or better yet, look at this video, just watch the portion that starts at minute 36:30. It shows what is happening in China right now.

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Yes, be afraid, but not of the virus, be afraid of how they're about to take over our society forever.
“A government big enough to give you everything you want is strong enough to take everything that you have”, Thomas Jefferson
Shaun Kaven

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03/26/2020 02:11 AM

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Are you in south Africa? i hear covid doesn't spread as fast warmer weather.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78585132


South Africa is not tropical. They can have cold winters. OP is in far more danger from demographics than from infection.
 Quoting: MarPep


It wouldn't matter anyway. It's exploding here in South America now. In Panama, Ecuador, here in Colombia, the numbers are starting to double every 3 to 6 days. The warmer weather may dent it (for sure it's going to slam us hard in November), but not destroy it.
“A government big enough to give you everything you want is strong enough to take everything that you have”, Thomas Jefferson
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03/26/2020 02:13 AM
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Go from 2 to 8 billion people in 100 years. And you'll get pestilence or war. Or both. With mathematical certainty.

I've been waiting 30 years for it.
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03/26/2020 02:14 AM
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It is 4 am in the morning and I cant sleep. I have been up since 2 am.

We have less than 24 hrs to lockdown. We have gone from 1 to 709 infections in 15 days. At this rate of increase we will have 1 000 000 infected in the next 30 days hence the lockdown. I fear that the lockdown will not be effective given the density op population and the levels of historic civil disobedience.

I guess what I am trying to say is that we are about to enter our darkest days. I don't know where the end of this nightmare is but I do know that we are at the beginning. I don't know if I will see the end of this but I do wonder what the end would look like. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year the world as we know it forever changed.
 Quoting: Waar maker


the thing to keep in mind is, flatten the curve of infection, within your own body.

the same principle applies, to your own immune system.

if you can flatten the curve, and rate of infection, then you will not hit the cytokine storm that make it go critical.

this is no doubt basically all the anti malaria drug does, it interrupts the viral reproduction rate and allows the immune system to catch up
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03/26/2020 02:16 AM
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Are you in south Africa? i hear covid doesn't spread as fast warmer weather.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78585132


South Africa is not tropical. They can have cold winters. OP is in far more danger from demographics than from infection.
 Quoting: MarPep


Yeah much higher chance of getting murdered by a zulu "warrior" than from this virus.
AltSwede
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It is 4 am in the morning and I cant sleep. I have been up since 2 am.

We have less than 24 hrs to lockdown. We have gone from 1 to 709 infections in 15 days. At this rate of increase we will have 1 000 000 infected in the next 30 days hence the lockdown. I fear that the lockdown will not be effective given the density op population and the levels of historic civil disobedience.

I guess what I am trying to say is that we are about to enter our darkest days. I don't know where the end of this nightmare is but I do know that we are at the beginning. I don't know if I will see the end of this but I do wonder what the end would look like. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year the world as we know it forever changed.
 Quoting: Waar maker


Look at the bright side of this whole situation... we are alive to see the end of the world as we know it...
AltSwede

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We are doomed, DOOMED i tell u.
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Nah it's just yall lost people.
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03/26/2020 02:23 AM

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All of our ancestors survived horrible shit or none of us would be here right now. And they did it without running water, electricity, heat/air conditioning, plumbing, refrigerators, let alone TV’s, cell phones, computers. Suck it up people!!! We can only pray that things won’t be the same after this. I am sick of all the materialism, selfishness, violence and evil. I can only hope people will appreciate each other more and be grateful for each day they are given.
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03/26/2020 02:42 AM
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It has a similar death rate to flu. And there is a cure.

People are so fucking retarded. Though I am pretty sure it is shills working OT.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76892169


it's not a cure.

it's a suppressant.

.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78228141


true. even the common cold has no (all cures patented, stored and locked away in unnamed institute) cure
Jungleboogie

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All of our ancestors survived horrible shit or none of us would be here right now. And they did it without running water, electricity, heat/air conditioning, plumbing, refrigerators, let alone TV’s, cell phones, computers. Suck it up people!!! We can only pray that things won’t be the same after this. I am sick of all the materialism, selfishness, violence and evil. I can only hope people will appreciate each other more and be grateful for each day they are given.
 Quoting: SkinnyChic


There are very few americans that would survive without most of the above. Less than 1%.

Remote farming towns, amish, indians, full blown prepper areas.
Embrace the cognitive dissonance.
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The consequences will never be the same.
 Quoting: Ordovician


^this lol was waiting for it
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03/26/2020 03:02 AM
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thread is gay
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It is 4 am in the morning and I cant sleep. I have been up since 2 am.

We have less than 24 hrs to lockdown. We have gone from 1 to 709 infections in 15 days. At this rate of increase we will have 1 000 000 infected in the next 30 days hence the lockdown. I fear that the lockdown will not be effective given the density op population and the levels of historic civil disobedience.

I guess what I am trying to say is that we are about to enter our darkest days. I don't know where the end of this nightmare is but I do know that we are at the beginning. I don't know if I will see the end of this but I do wonder what the end would look like. 2020 will forever be remembered as the year the world as we know it forever changed.
 Quoting: Waar maker


Ali checking in. Its not that bad. We will get through this. It gets easier.

Just dont fuck up the lockdown.
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03/26/2020 03:14 AM
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and your the reason the world is not a better place today
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76923821


In less than a week you will have more than 100 000 infected in the next month your healthcare system will be overwhelmed. In two to three months from now your economy will collapses as body's pile up in makeshift mortuaries. In six moths from now you will see the total collapse of civil society.
 Quoting: Waar maker


What a load of bullshit. Nobody knows anybody who has it.
 Quoting: The Laughing Cavalier


Not true, my step dads nephew is a school super, he has it and him and his family are quarantined. My moms doctor has been exposed and has had to postpone an appointment with her, luckily she hadn’t seen him for almost a month.
Signed, Sealed, and Delivered.
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Something tells me we ain't in Kansas any the fuck more!beavis
Deplorable Mary

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03/26/2020 06:02 AM
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Re: Nothing will ever be the same again
Yes, nothing will ever be the same.
Change is perterual and unavoidable.
Two choices: ignore and deny it and be miserable or face it, adapt and move forward.

Except I can think of better ways then a viral pandemic.





GLP