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Prickly City by Scott Stantis for August 01, 2020

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    Cheapskate0  about 2 months ago

    Good one, Scott!

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    Cheapskate0  about 2 months ago

    By the by, I do appreciate the fascination this strip has with space exploration and images from elsewhere in the universe.

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    braindead Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Trump Disciples believe Trump. And ONLY Trump.

    All of them.

    They believe that more testing causes more covid cases.

    And that Herman Cain did not get the virus at the Trump Tulsa rally.

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    kaffekup   about 2 months ago

    Five years? Already?

    I would have sworn it was last year.

    Probably because the country’s been on Hold for almost five years.

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    RobinHood  about 2 months ago

    39 Years Ago Today MTv Aired Its first music video “Video Killed The Radio Star”. Turns out it did not.

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    Silly Season   about 2 months ago

    Dr. Walter Orenstein is worried. The record-breaking scientific progress made to develop a Covid-19 vaccine will be undermined if Americans flat-out refuse to take the drugs.

    As the veteran of fights to eradicate polio and control measles has said many times, “Vaccines don’t save lives. Vaccinations save lives.”

    Polls have found a wide swathe of Americans are hesitant about taking a Covid-19 vaccine.

    At risk is what experts like Orenstein, who was for many years the head of the U.S. Immunization Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, call vaccine confidence.

    For a vaccine to succeed, patients must trust the scientists who developed it and the government that approved it.

    As a recent Johns Hopkins report put it, “‘If we build it, they will come’ is a naïve presupposition about humans and vaccines.”

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    https://www.marketwatch.com/articles/how-americans-became-hesitant-about-covid-19-vaccines-a-q-a-with-walter-orenstein-51596219473

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    Kip W  about 2 months ago

    Those images are hopelessly corrupt, having been beamed to earth during the so-called administration of the Kenyan Usurper! Real Americans only believe what they’ve been told or shown during Gop years.

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    Bookworm  about 2 months ago

    If that’s the choice, I’ll take science. Science will, and does, frequently admit it is wrong. Science does submit its work to peer-review. Science, at the very least, doesn’t whine that “nobody likes me.”

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    David Gerritzen Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Marketing idea, PLUSH TRUMP SKUNKS! (or figurines) Betty hurry though, god willing there will only be about 6 months left to sell them.

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    RobinHood  about 2 months ago

    The picture would have been more impressive before Neil deGrasse Tyson took it out. You could say Pluto got a deGrasse kicking.

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    ShadowMan13  about 2 months ago

    Many of the anti vaxxers seem to be liberal hollywoo types

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    CharlesTarrant  about 2 months ago

    Science. Because Orange man bad so put sick people back in nursing homes. That good. Freddo’s brother knows.

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