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4-year-old Colorado boy dies from flu after mom took Facebook anti-vax group tips

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14 hours ago, hegemony said:


Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.  Unfortunately an innocent child paid the price.

 

That skank and her POS husband are the precise reason why God invented tall trees and short rope.  

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I feel bad kids who have to suffer because of fooktard parents.

 

I got a family in my neighborhood that always looks very sickly. Way too many false home cures of essential oils. Plus they are supposedly allergic to everything, which pretty much relegates their grocery shopping to Whole Foods, or even more extreme natural grocery stores. In other words, if the food wasn't grown on the left side of the field, during summer solstice, during the third trimester of the colon waxing moon, on the backside of mars, during the martian equinox, while vagitarious is in perfect alignment with venus, and some politicians house in Vermont...….then they can't eat it. And I shyt you not, the mom's name is...….Karen.

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"pore" kids have a moron for a mother. So "Tylnol" and "motrin" are okay but the flu shot and "tamaflu" aren't??? That's a special kind of intelligence deficit.

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23 hours ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

 

I remember those TV commercials in the 80's. I actually sent for one out curiosity. Courtesy of tax payer dollars there were booklets available on just about everything genital washing to practicing good home economics in the home. Wouldn't be surprised if there was a booklet on essential oils before they were a thing.

 

And then there is this crazy Matthew Lesko fooker. His commercials were usually sandwiched in between Don Lapre's tiny classified ads and World's Greatest Vitamins infomercials and other dudes selling info on buying tax forclosure properties with no money down.

 

Matthew Lesko is still active...…...

 

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10 hours ago, TheVig said:

 

I remember those TV commercials in the 80's. I actually sent for one out curiosity. Courtesy of tax payer dollars there were booklets available on just about everything genital washing to practicing good home economics in the home. Wouldn't be surprised if there was a booklet on essential oils before they were a thing.

 

And then there is this crazy Matthew Lesko fooker. His commercials were usually sandwiched in between Don Lapre's tiny classified ads and World's Greatest Vitamins infomercials and other dudes selling info on buying tax forclosure properties with no money down.

 

Matthew Lesko is still active...…...

 

 

The secret is out.  Lesko is actually CV91915.  The jacket is a dead giveaway.  

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On 2/15/2020 at 2:27 PM, TheVig said:

 

I remember those TV commercials in the 80's. I actually sent for one out curiosity. Courtesy of tax payer dollars there were booklets available on just about everything genital washing to practicing good home economics in the home. Wouldn't be surprised if there was a booklet on essential oils before they were a thing.

 

And then there is this crazy Matthew Lesko fooker. His commercials were usually sandwiched in between Don Lapre's tiny classified ads and World's Greatest Vitamins infomercials and other dudes selling info on buying tax forclosure properties with no money down.

 

Matthew Lesko is still active...…...

 

I always wanted a suit covered in punctuation.

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3 hours ago, cv91915 said:

I always wanted a suit covered in pink flowers.

FTFY

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