Matt Davies for September 14, 2021

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 10 days ago

    I love it. Thanks for the laughs, Matt Davies. May Covid avoid you and yours.

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    HT-Missouri Premium Member 10 days ago

    A third anti vaxer nut wing radio host just died from CV-19

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    Same2Ubuddy Premium Member 9 days ago

    If you look carefully you can see the horns on his head. Also the cards have a hidden 666 on them. Wonder why.

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    Motivemagus  9 days ago

    Well, since being an anti-vaxxer can include the sin of selfishness (refusing to protect the community or even one’s family) and the sin of pride (thinking your amateur opinion is superior to trained and knowledgeable experts), the case could be made that St. Peter is just doing his job.

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    everett_r0  9 days ago

    Needs a sign on the gate, “Didn’t wear a mask, Didn’t get vaccinated, go directly to hell, no ifs, ands, or appeals.”

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    djtenltd  9 days ago

    @HT Missouri- Maybe this is him in the cartoon.

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    superposition  9 days ago

    Willfully choosing to allow a lethal infectious — that could be suppressed by mass vaccinations — to spread and mutate to more infectious/lethal variants would NOT be the act of a moral/ethical person. Freedom, too, has moral/ethical restraints.

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    Michael G.  9 days ago

    “Card? Who died and made you The Boss?”

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    ferddo  9 days ago

    Can St. Peter recognize a fake vaccination card?

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    transplanted texan  9 days ago

    You do not have to get the vaccine. If you don’t though, you should not be allowed to go to any sporting events, concerts, state and local fairs, the theater, the movies (yes,there is a difference between the theater and going to see a movie), to the mall, go grocery shopping, to a 7/11 type of store, to restaurants, to fast food places like McDonalds,camping and especially go to school! If you do not get the vaccine, your health insurance should be raised by $300.00 and if you go to either the Doctors or the Hospital because you did not get the vaccine and you came down with COCID – 19, you should have to pay for it 100% out of your own pocket and not on the taxpayers dime!

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    comixbomix  9 days ago

    Hey, folks – saying “I told you so” isn’t nearly as satisfying as not having to would be…

    And let’s not forget – while we’re gloating – that there are plenty of breakthrough cases, and even deaths, so…

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    smartgrr  9 days ago

    I don’t know why, but this one really cracked me up. Actually, I know why.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 9 days ago

    New Jersey loses 22 police to COVID in a week — but their unions still oppose vaccine mandates

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    willie_mctell  9 days ago

    Seems like divine omniscience could take care of that.

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    kentmarx36  9 days ago

    It sounds callus BUT… If the idiots are too STUPDIED to seek vaccinations, they deserve no treatment and SERVE their fate.

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    wildthing  9 days ago

    No sympathy for these fools. They should go to the back of the triage line.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 9 days ago

    no… that wouldn’t happen, given the “all’s forgiven” theocracy they believe in.

    Regardless, I’d like to see the Triage (aka “Death Panels”) selection process modified at the admissions desk of beleaguered hospitals, however.

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    hawgowar  9 days ago

    And the number of cases of covid who are fully vaccinated is growing.

    Biden swore we’d “flatten the curve” once we hit 70% vaccination. We hit that some time ago, and the covid rates have not flattened.

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    gnorth22 Premium Member 9 days ago

    Here is that data plotted against the D/R political leanings in each state, as taken from the 2018 elections.

    Note that the vaccination rate in this data (from bloomberg) is the “enough doses for” data, so the numbers are not an exact match to yours.

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    wrd2255  9 days ago

    “For shunning the vax, refusing to act your age….you… can …go… to …Hell”

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 9 days ago

    The antivaxxers aren’t just endangering themselves, they are endangering everyone else. I had a breakthrough case after being fully vaccinated. But, more importantly, they are serving as mobile petri dishes for the next varient of the virus, and they get stronger as they mutate.

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    briangj2  8 days ago

    States (and the District of Columbia) vaccination rates:

    Vermont (76.91%, 68.70% fully)

    Massachusetts (76.37%, 66.91% fully)

    Hawaii (75.66%, 56.48% fully)

    Connecticut (74.82%, 67.27% fully)

    Rhode Island (73.31%, 66.24% fully)

    Maine (72.83%, 67.00% fully)

    New Jersey (71.32%, 62.90% fully)

    New Mexico (71.32%, 61.47% fully)

    Pennsylvania (70.82%, 56.45% fully)

    California (70.23%, 57.30% fully)

    Washington (69.77%, 61.70% fully)

    Maryland (69.40%, 62.77% fully)

    New York State (69.29%, 61.85% fully)

    District of Columbia (69.03%, 58.72% fully)

    New Hampshire (68.33%, 60.66% fully)

    Illinois (67.25%, 52.30% fully)

    Virginia (66.73%, 58.65% fully)

    Florida (65.58%, 55.28% fully)

    Oregon (65.45%, 59.31% fully)

    Delaware (65.16%, 56.49% fully)

    Colorado (64.50%, 58.12% fully)

    Minnesota (62.67%, 57.05% fully)

    Wisconsin (59.87%, 55.13% fully)

    Nevada (59.37%, 49.30% fully)

    Kentucky (58.97%, 50.23% fully)

    Kansas (58.66%, 49.67% fully)

    Texas (58.51%, 49.24% fully)

    Nebraska (58.48%, 53.37% fully)

    Arizona (58.16%, 49.83% fully)

    South Dakota (57.76%, 50.32% fully)

    North Carolina (57.73%, 48.04% fully)

    Utah (57.63%, 48.89% fully)

    Iowa (57.19%, 52.85% fully)

    Alaska (56.01%, 48.48% fully)

    Michigan (55.93%, 51.26% fully)

    Oklahoma (55.09%, 45.71% fully)

    Arkansas (54.63%, 43.85% fully)

    Missouri(53.79%, 46.49% fully)

    South Carolina (53.52%, 45.17% fully)

    Montana(53.50%, 47.24% fully)

    Ohio (53.43%, 49.32% fully)

    Georgia(52.83%, 42.81% fully)

    Tennessee (51.35%, 43.56% fully)

    Alabama(51.32%, 40.40% fully)

    Indiana (51.17%, 47.20% fully)

    Louisiana (50.64%, 43.45% fully)

    North Dakota(49.69%, 42.75% fully)

    Mississippi (48.81%, 41.31% fully)

    West Virginia(47.57%, 39.97% fully)

    Wyoming (47.00%, 40.16% fully)

    Idaho (45.60%, 40.28% fully)

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    briangj2  8 days ago

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