The coronavirus response seems somewhat suspicious.

Discussion in 'Conspiracies' started by Holly-May Leslie, Nov 27, 2021.

  1. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    Whatever jerk pretending to be reasonable. Despite the implication that I am posting falsehoods, I never do because I do not pretend to know what I don't know. I just make estimations about things which I acknowledge may be wrong. Also, despite your other implication it is more dangerous to censor information in any case I think. Anyway, I will try to stop spamming people, as per your instructions. I know that it might get annoying. Also, I never plagiarise. I said that it was rainbow singularities post. Also also, I don't care.
     
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  3. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    It is... I still don't know what run up the Jolly Roger means though.
     
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  5. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    Okay.
    To a small extent, because then they would have the pleasure of OPTIONALLY hanging around me, so to a small extent I would be doing it for them.
    Life is a joke exchemist.
     
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  7. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    In NZ and Australia and Britain intermittently, though it seems to have improved. For example, apparently people wont even be able to play sports in large groups, or go into restaurants in NZ if they are unvaccinated. I recommend tighter harassment laws instead of this, because this takes away some freedom of consent for individuals in the first place, and for restaurant's in the second.
     
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  9. Beer w/Straw Transcendental Ignorance! Valued Senior Member

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    I think he was referring more to the troll, FatFreddy.


    My opinion. Not getting vaccinated is stupid; deliberate or not.
     
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  10. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Until you lose a leg, or your sight - or your taste of sense and smell. Then, I can assure you, the joke wears off pretty quickly.

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    And unless you are a hermit, you come into contact with people who you can infect every day. So do not pretend it is, somehow, their choice whether you infect them or not. That's selfish bullshit.
     
  11. gmilam Valued Senior Member

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    Does a restaurant have the right to determine consent for it's employees? Or is it the restaurant's responsibility to provide safe working conditions for it's people?
     
  12. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

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    lol
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    so like is censoring the same as age limits ?

    like age of consent ?
    drugs
    driving
    sex
    voting

    same/same ?

    are you saying laws & regulations are "censoring" which is "wrong" ?
     
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  13. Bells Staff Member

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    Are you speaking about yourself here, or was that aimed at me?

    Punctuation is your friend.

    Oh, you are clearly mistaken. I was not implying that you are posting falsehoods.

    I was clearly stating that you were posting falsehoods.

    You see, you aren't the first to pull this schtick, nor will you be the last. I'll give you an example, from your opening post in this thread:

    You know it "might" be dangerous, but then say it might not be. Despite the fact over five million people have died from it in less than 2 years. That's the falsehood. It's an insidious manner of posting, where you appear to try to be reasonable, but you're really just posting utter tripe. As I noted, you aren't the first to pull this kind of crap on this site, nor will you be the last.

    What makes your denialism insidious is that you are doing it about a virus that has killed millions, in the midst of a pandemic.

    And your posts in this thread, as one example, are full of falsehoods:

    Over five million people dead.

    Just because you don't know any of them, does not make it less dangerous. You aren't delving into hypotheticals, you're out and out lying because you are ignoring that over 5 million people have died and instead, have cast doubt on the nature of the virus because you are fortunate enough to not know anyone who has died from it. When you completely ignore the obvious to pull this kind of tripe, then yeah, you're lying. In suggesting that you doubt it's dangerous because you don't know anyone who has died from it, you deliberately misrepresent the virus and deliberately left out that over 5 million people have died from it to date. Lying by omission is still lying.

    I would suggest you look up the definition of estimation.

    You aren't making "estimations". You are making statements that are blatantly false and then trying to hide them behind poorly thought out hypotheticals.

    And if you were providing information that was being censored, you might have a point.

    But you aren't. You are posting anti-vax rubbish that has no basis in fact and is patently dangerous, during a pandemic. Such words and actions endanger the wider community.

    It's also against this site's rules.

    From this site's rules:

    Plagiarism and copying
    I14. Plagiarism – the copying of another person’s writings and passing them off as your own – is a breach of copyright, as well as being intellectually dishonest. If you post something that somebody else wrote, you must name the author and appropriately reference the source (e.g. with a link). Posts that include material from elsewhere that is not properly acknowledged will be deleted.
    [http://www.sciforums.com/threads/sciforums-site-rules.142880/]

    Just saying that Rainbow wrote this so you decided to start a thread about it doesn't cut it. Quote it correctly and properly and provide a link to Rainbow's post that you copied and pasted.. I am going to assume that you are still in school. If you did this in a paper in school, you'd fail. It's about respecting what others have written and properly referencing it. That way, people can also see context of what you are quoting.
     
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  14. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    It is not a matter of opinion. Also, in many cases it is probably more due to being scared of the vaccine, just like getting vaccinated in many cases is probably due to being scared of whichever virus the vaccine is for. I trust most vaccine's.
     
  15. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    It's not bs. They can stay away from places where they would be likely to come into close contact with the unvaccinated if they want. Also, everyone is entirely selfish. What of it? You sound like you are getting emotional. I think you need a chill pill. Why would I lose my leg from coronavirus? Also, I have heard that there is this brilliant vaccine to protect them. Nay, several.
     
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  16. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Not if they rely on the care of others, as many people in assisted living situations do.
     
  17. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    What did he do to warrent this message?
     
  18. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    The first one. Not the second one. If the restaurant is not safe, people should probably find another instead to avoid its danger.
     
  19. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    No. I just think that censorship of information is bad in any case.
     
  20. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    1: The second one. I actually am reasonable, though I can be a jerk to I admit.
    2: That is true. I welcome any corrections, even if they are intended to hurt me, like this comment was, which didn't work because I am not a wimp.

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    1: It was not directly stated in your post that I was spreading misinformation. It was implied that I was.
    3: What were you referring to specifically?

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    What rubbish.

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    I never lie. I might not always be correct, because I speculate a lot, but I never lie. What would I have to gain from that in this case?

    5:

    1: I do make estimations.
    2: I do not spread misinformation.
    3: I would say that very few of my estimations are harmful.
    4: I don't think poorly. I think that you might think poorly however from what I have just read, especially when you get all angwy about something.
    People like you should probably be bullied to discourage them from being cruel to anyone who can't handle it.
    5: I did look up the definition of the word estimation.

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    1: But anti vax information almost is censored unofficially by those who don't like it.
    2: Maybe what I say is rubbish, or maybe it is you instead and you will find out one day.
    3: I rarely have a point. Why must I?
    4: I don't think that my words endanger very many people.

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    Yes yes.

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    It is more about being a pedantic little nit wit.
     
  21. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    Okay. So there should be restrictions about who has clearance to where in such cases.
     
  22. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    That should be "though I can be a jerk too, I admit". That's why they teach English in school.

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  23. Holly-May Leslie Registered Member

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    I know that. It just happened because I was typing quickly. Also, I am not against English despite the implication. I am against word salad. I am actually very adept at English despite the other implication.
     

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