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25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 1:19:42 PM EST (GMT-5)
“President Joe Biden has tested positive for Covid-19 and is experiencing "mild symptoms," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Thursday.

The mild symptoms and diagnosis protocol for Biden - - a double-boosted 79-year-old at high risk for experiencing severe illness - - so far will mean "working and resting" at the White House for the rest of the day, according to a senior administration official.“

https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/07/21/politics/joe-biden-covid-19/index.html
25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:24:15 PM EST (GMT-5)
The latest variant is jumping the vaccine. At record levels.
25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:25:23 PM EST (GMT-5)
He should go risk infecting some Secret Service members so he can do a drive by for his fans.
25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:27:45 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:25:23 PM camelboy wrote:
He should go risk infecting some Secret Service members so he can do a drive by for his fans.


He could also attempt to over throw the fxcking government, too. Apparently that's something presidents do.
25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:57:55 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:25:23 PM camelboy wrote:
He should go risk infecting some Secret Service members so he can do a drive by for his fans.
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:27:45 PM Kepi wrote:
He could also attempt to over throw the fxcking government, too. Apparently that's something presidents do.

Yeah that’s cool and stuff
25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 3:38:42 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:25:23 PM camelboy wrote:
He should go risk infecting some Secret Service members so he can do a drive by for his fans.
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:27:45 PM Kepi wrote:
He could also attempt to over throw the fxcking government, too. Apparently that's something presidents do.
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 2:57:55 PM camelboy wrote:
Yeah that’s cool and stuff


It is, but let's cut to the chase, I'm really hoping his neck vagina grows in thicker and meatier. There are a lot of sexually frustrated old men out there who obviously vote based on that criteria.
25 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 4:01:02 PM EST (GMT-5)
If his neck vagina gets pregnant, we should force him to carry it to term.
24 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 7:54:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 4:01:02 PM camelboy wrote:
If his neck vagina gets pregnant, we should force him to carry it to term.


I think that the only time I'm opposed to abortion is when it's from a neck vagina because then it can be considered a gun and therefore has a gun's inherent right to exist.
24 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 10:25:03 PM EST (GMT-5)
No appreciation of the irony that the economic problems this caused is worse than the symptoms of both Biden and Trump?
24 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 10:31:20 PM EST (GMT-5)
That's a really forced connection you're making there, guy, and I'm not sure you even know where you're going with it.
24 days ago - Thursday 7/21/22 - 10:46:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 10:31:20 PM Kepi wrote:
That's a really forced connection you're making there, guy, and I'm not sure you even know where you're going with it.


Just a statement.

May or may not pertain to the significant government strong arm actions following COVID
24 days ago - Friday 7/22/22 - 5:19:52 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 7/21/22 - 10:46:52 PM amaqdrinker wrote:
Just a statement. May or may not pertain to the significant government strong arm actions following COVID


You only think stupid shxt, don't you? A million people are dead and 1 in 13 people are experiencing symptoms of Long COVID. 1 in 6 deaths from COVID-19 happened in the US even though we have a lower population density than most other nations. We also had pretty much the lightest restrictions all the way through. The economic problems caused by COVID deaths are bigger than the economic problems caused by COVID restrictions because each death represents permanent demand decline. COVID restrictions don't represent some sort of unnatural economic problem, they just make idiots cry over loss of unnatural and unhealthy levels of labor control by rich asshxles who don't give a shxt about the economy.
24 days ago - Friday 7/22/22 - 4:07:40 PM EST (GMT-5)
And about a million small business owners have been rightly returned to their corporate masters.
24 days ago - Friday 7/22/22 - 5:19:55 PM EST (GMT-5)
https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pn...

This was all jacked up on mobile for me but it’s talking about what I’m talking about.
23 days ago - Friday 7/22/22 - 10:11:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Friday 7/22/22 - 5:19:55 PM amaqdrinker wrote:
[link] This was all jacked up on mobile for me but it’s talking about what I’m talking about.


Lemme bottom line this for you: if a business isn't serving the people it deserves to die. If a business is so overleveraged that it can't afford to continue operations due to changes bright about by a fxcking pandemic, it deserves to die. The whole thing of capitalism is that risk is the only moral justification for profit, and if you can't survive, you deserve to die. Of all the lies capitalism lives to tell about itself, the one thing it was right about was that you should feel no sadness when it's participants fail: they took a risk and lost. They died either because they were weak or because capitalism has run it's course. I happen to think it's the latter, but if it's the further they'll be replaced.
23 days ago - Friday 7/22/22 - 11:27:28 PM EST (GMT-5)
Enjoy your corporate socialism.
23 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 1:07:00 AM EST (GMT-5)
The moron has spoken.
23 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 7:50:01 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Friday 7/22/22 - 11:27:28 PM amaqdrinker wrote:
Enjoy your corporate socialism.


Socialism, is by definition, public, cooperative ownership of the means of production through the state. If a corporation (a collection of private investors) owns the means of production, that's capitalism. You're functionally illiterate in this conversation.
23 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 8:37:49 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Friday 7/22/22 - 11:27:28 PM amaqdrinker wrote:
Enjoy your corporate socialism.
On Saturday 7/23/22 - 7:50:01 AM Kepi wrote:
Socialism, is by definition, public, cooperative ownership of the means of production through the state. If a corporation (a collection of private investors) owns the means of production, that's capitalism. You're functionally illiterate in this conversation.


I think of it as a centralized body controlling the means of production, but we can agree to disagree.

I don’t believe in “publicly owned” I guess.
23 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 9:09:12 AM EST (GMT-5)
In the eyes of a small business owner the corporate powers that be function as a centralized body to some extent.
23 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 9:50:23 AM EST (GMT-5)
Headquartered mostly in a few large cities. Close ties to government policy. Mostly engaging in business dealings amongst themselves.

It’s a system that is “too big to fail” as was proven in the recession. The government market policies cultivate them.

I’m not saying it’s some horrible evil either. I’m just saying that it’s closer to a centralized ownership of the means of production than a true laissez faire capitalism and you’re being dishonest to suggest that it’s not.
22 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 11:43:56 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 7/23/22 - 8:37:49 AM amaqdrinker wrote:
I think of it as a centralized body controlling the means of production, but we can agree to disagree. I don’t believe in “publicly owned” I guess.


Nobody cares what you believe when what you believe is just self internalized blather with no externalized point of reference. That's just called "using a word wrong."
22 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 11:47:24 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 7/23/22 - 9:09:12 AM amaqdrinker wrote:
In the eyes of a small business owner the corporate powers that be function as a centralized body to some extent.


Uhh, every small business owner I know doesn't consider corporations to be anything other than other businesses. Also most of the small business owners I know are usually spending their spare time pushing for higher minimum wages and public healthcare so I don't think they have as much time for sitting around navel gazing about centralization.
22 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 11:55:00 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Saturday 7/23/22 - 9:50:23 AM amaqdrinker wrote:
Headquartered mostly in a few large cities. Close ties to government policy. Mostly engaging in business dealings amongst themselves. It’s a system that is “too big to fail” as was proven in the recession. The government market policies cultivate them. I’m not saying it’s some horrible evil either. I’m just saying that it’s closer to a centralized ownership of the means of production than a true laissez faire capitalism and you’re being dishonest to suggest that it’s not.


There has never, ever on earth, existed a capitalist economy that wasn't backed by a centralized government. That's why we end the middle ages at 1453 - governments were now centralized enough to support capitalism (two in particular - France and England due to the 100 years way, but Spain and Portugal hot on their heels).
22 days ago - Saturday 7/23/22 - 11:56:34 PM EST (GMT-5)
Capitalism can't survive without a strong centralized government because of money.

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