Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 24, 2021

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    stevesilver48  2 months ago

    Not good enough! Either close that window tight or shove the table over the edge. Better yet: Both!

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    Ken 2049 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I lean right, but do not understand what is behind the anti-vaxxing stance.

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    Chrisdiaz801  2 months ago

    This seems..twisted.

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    danketaz Premium Member 2 months ago

    Is this going to affect the smoke-break area?

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    boniface22  2 months ago

    I lean right and dress on the left and I don’t understand it either.

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    eastern.woods.metal  2 months ago

    Give all three of them a Darwin award and shove them over the edge

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    C  2 months ago

    At least give the man a reclining chair.

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    franki_g  2 months ago

    “Check the ledger” will now mean

    it’s your turn to administer the COVID test.

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    Zoturdley  2 months ago

    The vaccine was so shamelessly politicized last year by your heroes Biden and Harris why are you surprised that people don’t trust it. If you have had the vaccination as have I then you have nothing to worry about. What all of us should be worried about is the job that is now being done on this great country by the Socialists running the government now. Biden is just a puppet.

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    Eric Klein  2 months ago

    But they left the window open, it should be closed in case he sneezes

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    deblee77  2 months ago

    I’m not hurting anyone, it’s my right, the news outlets and government people are all lying, it’s not that dangerous…these are some of the arguments my Mother gave me about her smoking. Sound familiar?

    She smoked herself into a coma twice, was on a ventilator twice, she died trying to rollover in her sleep, with the oxygen pumping away when we found her. You can’t inflate a balloon full of holes and yet she left me, with all the medical bills and permanent lung damage from her second hand smoke.

    I think the anti-vaxers are the same, and while smoking is addictive and Covid is not, they don’t want to admit they made a mistake, they seem to rather die than admit they are wrong.

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    sandpiper  2 months ago

    The vaccinated will never be sure that they are 100% safe, but they will try to protect themselves and others. For the unvaccinated with hat sized IQ’s, the 100% represents a whole other statistic.

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    bryce.gear  2 months ago

    I lean right as well, but to think that the cure (vaccine) will kill us is illogical. The government wants us alive to pay for their “good works”.

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    submachine  2 months ago

    maybe getting us to vaccinate is a way to get us microchipped

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    timbob2313 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I like it, something every company should do.

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    Lenavid  2 months ago

    Divide and conquer. If they fight among themselves, they won’t fight us!

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    Can't Sleep  2 months ago

    The truth is that there are 2 viruses: COVID-19 and JACKASS-20.

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    Free or Not? Premium Member 2 months ago

    The Vaccinated shed the virus and spread it. They spread it asymptomatically, a phenomenon which was RARE before the vaccine. This Study from the University of Wisconsin shows the high viral loads among the vaccinated. The ones who are a danger to society, are the vaccinated since they spread it with no symptoms while the unvaccinated get symptoms (usually mild) and are more likely to stay home and not spread it since they know they are sick.,

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    dflak  2 months ago

    I live in central North Carolina. Many brands of cigarettes are named for the towns in this area. It’s also known as “Tobacco Road.”

    There are a couple of tobacco company corporate headquarters in the area. At least one of them has a “you can smoke anywhere you want” policy in the office – shows you what lobbying with $$$ campaign contributions can do.

    There are NO smoke-free zones in the building.

    Once while unemployed, I was contacted about a potential job with one of these companies. I declined. My health is not worth any job.

    I feel that I have a RIGHT to a safe work environment and that my right to life supersedes the “rights” of other people not to wear masks or not get vaccinated.

    My current employer insists on mask wearing and social distancing. I believe that they would like to require proof of vaccination but the legality is fuzzy on whether this would be a HIPPA violation.

    Fortunately, my work can be accomplished 100% from home.

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member 2 months ago

    Works for me.

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    bbbmorrell  2 months ago

    Almost there, now just push back from the table.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 2 months ago

    It looks like we are determining what is “for the common good” is less important that what is for the “me”. The needs of the few out weigh the needs of the many. Right?

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    dandye  2 months ago

    Listen to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi statements (as well as MANY in the MSM) made during the election. If TRUMP was involved it was dangerous and THEY were not going to take a shot developed by the Trump program and advanced by the CDC and FDA. You reap what you sow!

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    Will E. Makeit Premium Member 2 months ago

    and then there are those of us rational thinking 100% recovered survivors with natural immunity after having been exposed to and or infected with the virus early on…this in spite of the fear mongering misinformation crowd…take the hook out of your mouth…oh wait, take the mask off first…

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    ElwoodP  2 months ago

    The pro-jab, anti-Republican comments come from Biden Voters who are unable to rationally process information…

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    hda2z Premium Member 2 months ago

    the BIG LIE not a mask wearer since start of 2020 never covered my nose. put a mask on to get in but only covered my mouth— oh yeah, healthy as i have ever been in my 72 years

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    mistercatworks  2 months ago

    Nope, still has to use bathroom facilities, so it doesn’t work. Getting vaccinated works. It’s not experimental, won’t make you sterile and just might, might I say, prove that you have gotten smarter.

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    marilynnbyerly  2 months ago

    Yet another reason to get the shots. I’m terrified of heights.

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    mwksix  2 months ago

    Why are pigeons unvaccinated?

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    mindjob  2 months ago

    Wiley forgot the sign “Troglodytes Seating Area”

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    writerofstories Premium Member 2 months ago

    Thank-you, Ken (of the right leaning group) – I don’t get it either! Although I DO have a bit of a theory I won’t share here… the meantime – funny cartoon strip today!

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    Looks like somebody is being eased out of the company.

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    christelisbetty  2 months ago

    How many anti-vaxers, had parents that never had them vaccinated against, small pox, polio etc, etc ? How many didn’t join the armed services because they would have needed to be vaccinated ? How many never got a passport ? How many have helplessly watch a love one die ? How many have had to flee their homes, due to natural or man made disasters, and been denied shelter elsewhere ?

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    locake  2 months ago

    I love this! But they need to close the window.

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    Bicycle Dude  2 months ago

    I like the two others “waiting in the wings” for the guy sitting to disappear so they’ll can have a seat at the table.

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    mitchel.farr  2 months ago

    The data does not support everyone getting a vaccine. For many the vaccine is worse than the virus. Especially those under 20 and it gets worse under 12 and under 5. The data says there will be more that die from the vaccine in those age groups, than will die from the virus. Herd immunity for that age group is clearly the best practice. The decision is not a digital decision, it is or should be based on SCIENTIFIC data.

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    tung cha cha cha  2 months ago

    The anti-vax movement is culling the far right shock jocks and Republican voters.

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    Ka`ōnōhi`ula`okahōkūmiomio`ehiku  2 months ago

    The anti-vaxxers are this generation’s BABY KILLERS!

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    bakana  2 months ago

    The CEO inside can just bump the table a little bit and that chair goes rolling off the ledge …

    Almost as if someone had Planned it that way.

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  2 months ago

    There is something at once discouraging and deeply sad when you realize that all of this misinformation about vaccines is just hazardous nonsense and the product of a very small group of anti-vaxxers superspreaders of disinformation.

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    Warcat  2 months ago

    I’m confused. Does the vaccine keep you from getting Covid? No. Does the vaccine keep you from dying of Covid? No. Does the vaccine keep Covid from mutating? No. Does the vaccine keep Covid from spreading? No. Does the vaccine reduce your chance of dying? Unknown (though maybe). Does the vaccine increase your chances of having long term health problems? YES.

    But we must protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated? Why?! Does the vaccine reduce or suppress a person’s immune system? Why does the vaccine make people more vulnerable? If it was a real vaccine it would make sense to protect the unvaccinated, but no, we must protect the vaccinated.

    Shouldn’t we have realized the need for booster shots during clinical trials and testing?

    Do we know the long term effects of the vaccine? No. . . . are there any FDA approved vaccines in the USA? No (as of September 2021).

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    Marsia_wd  2 months ago

    The only way to get me off Zoom and into the office for company meetings.

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