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Phil Hands for May 25, 2021

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    Daeder  4 months ago

    “And by “wimp”, I mean “dangerous idiot”".

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    ImDaRealAni  4 months ago

    Agreed! I just got my first dose. No side effects at all.

    Now take your hands off your face, chief!

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    Shod  4 months ago

    Have you ever noticed that conservatives talk big, brave and bold, but when faced with doing something substantial, they are huge cowards who will fight to avoid fixing the problems?

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 4 months ago

    Hubby & Dad had less of a reaction to the second Pfizer vaccine. My visit to get my first jab is soon. Meanwhile, I’ve started PT. I’m very tired and a little sore.

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    Concretionist  4 months ago

    Humans are notoriously bad at estimating the effects of probability when there are negative consequences. Non vaxxers (as opposed to anti-vaxxers) are mostly in that camp. It is apparently REALLY HARD to think about a situation where there’s a TINY percent chance of a bad reaction to something that will at worst do nothing and at best prevent me from dying.

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    scote1379 Premium Member 4 months ago

    The bigger they are the harder they fall !

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    superposition  4 months ago

    When is the war on science/reality going to end, so that we can trust/respect each other again?

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    FrankErnesto  4 months ago

    It’s safe. There is a world-wide shortage of microchips.

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    piper_gilbert  4 months ago

    Snowflakes.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  4 months ago

    If he were wearing a certain Red baseball cap, that would explain it . . . . . /S

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    lopaka  4 months ago

    Anti-vaxers = ‘Me Me Me Memememememememe’

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 4 months ago

    Real Americans get their protection from guns.. don’t be needing that sissy stuff.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    Father of 5 dies from COVID-19 after choosing to skip the vaccine

    https://www.rawstory.com/father-of-5-dies-from-after-choosing-to-skip-the-vaccine-report/

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    Michael G.  4 months ago

    Out of the mouths of babes …

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Mr. Hands do your research. Vaccination fear is across the racial board with the Black population being the most fearful and the Asian population being the least fearful. Political views have little to do with it. In fact some of the most liberal intelligent people are the in the fearful group. Too bad that you chose to do a political smear with something as important as the vaccine. .https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/latest-data-on-covid-19-vaccinations-race-ethnicity/

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 4 months ago

    I hope that y’all have a wonderful day my friends.

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    tabby  4 months ago

    41% of Republicans say they do not plan to get vaccinated, while just 4% of Democrats say they don’t plan on getting vaccinated. So, yes, it IS political! https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/as-more-americans-get-vaccinated-41-of-republicans-still-refuse-covid-19-shots

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    GiantShetlandPony  4 months ago

    I am now considered fully vaccinated! :D Minimal side effects, some arm soreness, a little tired.

    Took my mother to the Zoo! and looking forward to being able to do other things this summer. Will still take precautions, definitely won’t whine a cry like a little child if and when required to wear a mask.

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    Bookworm  4 months ago

    Any drug, medication, or vaccine does carry a certain risk. If you take any regularly prescribed medication, you no doubt receive along with it a fairly lengthy printout (usually in practically indecipherably small print) describing any and all of the potential risks or side effects of said medication. And like most “terms of service” forms, they are blithely ignored by most people. So it must be acknowledged that there are risks. Having said that, it must also be said that such risks are relatively minor, rare or applicable only to certain existing medical conditions or particular classifications of patients. So it becomes essentially a risk/benefit analysis. In the Covid vaccine scenario, the risk is right at .001% while the benefit ranges from 85 to nearly 100%. Now if I were a betting man, would I take a bet with odds of nearly 9,000 to 1? I think even my frugal nature would allow expenditure of a dollar on those odds.

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    Kracklin Rosie  4 months ago

    Doing another anti-vaxxer propaganda piece Phil? BenniHanna got it right and is line with what I posted on your wolf in sheep’s clothing ‘‘toon a few days ago. Thanks for the link Benni.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 4 months ago

    Psssst! Your Dear Leader had himself secretly vaccinated. It’s ok. Really.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    So did Ivanka, she has had two shots.

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    AndrewSihler  4 months ago

    Well, needle phobia (like any phobia) is no joke, really. My dentist once told me that the absolute worst were college athletes (male).

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    cmxx  4 months ago

    Click back if you missed Mr. Hand’s cartoons for 5/24/21 and 5/23/21.

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    Walter Kocker Premium Member 4 months ago

    In Viet Nam, we had to take lots of salt tablets ‘cause the tropical heat upset our electrolytes and heat cramps would result. The Viet Cong, in a clever psyops coup, told the Vietnamese that Americans had “shrinking bird” disease (which decreased the size of their – ahem – “packages”). And that’s why they needed to take all those tablets.

    So,

    Why doesn’t the CDC unilaterally and immediately DENY that COVID-19 vaccinations INCREASE their “package” size. That is, after all, the truth.

    Sean and Tucker would scream bloody murder and DEMAND vaccinations, and the sheeple would follow suit.

    Problem solved.

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    pamela welch Premium Member 4 months ago

    Great artwork Phil ♥

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 4 months ago

    We all experienced the Trumpublican application of the Cassandra Effect, on steroids, during the previous American Reign of Terror. They will deliberately ignore, muzzle, threaten, purge, and/or persecute the truth-tellers, scientists, fact-finders, experts, and most especially, journalists, who dare seek or speak the truth or cite empirical data.

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    ferddo  4 months ago

    But but but… if the big guy gets vaccinated it will give him autism…

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    comixbomix  3 months ago

    In case anyone else isn’t seeing updates, at least three here: https://www.arcamax.com/politics/editorialcartoons/philhands/

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    dnie  3 months ago

    Free Choice in America.

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