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posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 10:02 AM
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a reply to: Kali74


I like a lot of what Bill Maher has to say but I won't watch him anymore because he turns into a babbling idiot mirroring Bill O'Reilly when it comes to Islam. I wish he wouldn't say the things he does about Islam but I wouldn't wish he not be allowed to do so.


Funny Kali - I used to love Maher - but somewhere along the way he turned. I say nearly the same thing - he's become a cartoon of himself - and nothing but a leftier version of Rush

Billy is allowed to say whatever he wants - but doesn't he get a little pissy when people begin criticize him? :-)

I love free speech - it's an equal opportunity offender. The wheels on the bus go round and round...




posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 10:04 AM
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originally posted by: Prezbo369
a reply to: butcherguy

If you look, they purposefully misquoted what is attributed to the CDC.

See my post further up the page...

I read that post before I posted.
The fact remains that the CDC admits that the vaccine this year is relatively ineffective against H3N2... the strain that is predominate.
So I suppose the CDC is not recommending early treatment due to lack of effectiveness.



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 10:37 AM
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a reply to: thesaneone

I hate bill mahr ......but and its a big big but...........this is america and you can make fun of what ever you want or at least you should be able to.

Remember I dont have to like what you have to say but you still have the right to say it.

And im a Jesus beliver but you have the right to make fun of religion in my country.

Remember if you dont like what some one has to say leave change the channel

If a group of people are too violent the answer isnt well no one say anthing they wont like.



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 11:07 AM
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originally posted by: sweets777

I hate bill mahr ......but and its a big big but...........this is america and you can make fun of what ever you want or at least you should be able to.


Very double standard... Make fun of gays or fat people, call a group of black female athletes: IMUS: That's some nappy-headed hos there. I'm gonna tell you that now, man, that's some -- woo. And the girls from Tennessee (black girls too), they all look cute, ... and see what happens...

But for some reason we can say anything about religion we want and expect to be untouchable.



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 01:39 PM
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a reply to: Onslaught2996

I really hate Bill Maher, not because of his opinions but because of his arrogance about everything. He really thinks he's the best thing to ever happen.



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 04:28 PM
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I think Bill Maher is OK. Yeah, he’s a little on the arrogant side and doesn’t always say things I agree with, but for the most part I think he addresses issues that need to be discussed and he honestly believes in the things he says (like it or not). He’s kinda the Lefties answer to Limbaugh or Levin.

I agree with his assessment of the average dumb-downed American. Not that I’m an Einstein - believe me, when it comes to dumb I can run with the best of ‘em. Unlike some, though, being a bit challenged is not something I hold up proudly as a Badge of Honor. It seems more and more, though, that being a moron is acceptable, and even something worth striving for. People often proudly display their ignorance and then confuse it with having a unique point of view. I don’t know, I realize there has always been a certain percentage of us brain-deads floating around in the punch bowl. It just seems in recent years we’ve begun to flourish, and perhaps gotten a tad overstocked.

It’s frustrating that we seem to make the same outlandish mistakes over and over and over again. We’ve become so lazy and complacent that we continually elect the same crooks back into office time after time, and then we’re confused over why things aren’t changing for the better. So, we go to our favorite online forum and complain about the sorry state of affairs, pointing fingers and honing our skill at effective character assassination.

Believe me, being mentally challenged is a lot more fun than being informed. How does that saying go? “Ignorance is bliss?” So, who knows? Maybe we’re heading in the right direction after all. I’m in no position to judge, in any case. All I wanna know is, does Duck Dynasty come on before the Kardashians? Or is it after? And what channel are they on? It’s so nice not having to worry about life. How could it go wrong with leaders like Ted Cruz, Michele Bachmann, John Boner, I mean Boehner, and the rest of the Heritage Gang?

I love and miss George Carlin. He was a real hoot! I think he pretty well sums up the American condition in THIS VID.

Let the good times roll!

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posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 04:58 PM
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a reply to: Onslaught2996



Wrong..I have personally taken the flu vaccine...five people have went through the flue in household...no flue for me..saying it is wrong for everyone is idiotic.


Correlation?

Havent gotten a flue shot ever that i can remember. Maybe in them military once. Last time i got the flu? Hmmm, maybe in highschool and im 29.



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 05:49 PM
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He is right flu shots are a gambling scam.
It was cited that the shot was 21% effective at keeping someone from getting the flu. So 10 of millions get some unknown injection based on faith in gov. in order to prevent a couple thousand people not from dying but from getting the flu. not worth the effort and the numbers would likely be the same or less if the shots did not exist. There is a far better way to keep from getting sick and even recovering from being sick. honey



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 05:58 PM
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What more needs to be said?



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 06:02 PM
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Unfortunately, anyone with a loud set of pipes that can wrap their precious message in laughter is almost always granted a shot at airtime...


-NF



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 06:09 PM
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Oh, and something I forgot to add...


I'm a Howard Stern fan. Love his humor, sense of self, and ability to get the grit in any interview.

However, there are times where certain aspects of his repertoire more than tire me.

At these times, I perform the ultimate act of free-will. I turn him off.


I only wish to share my own hard won epiphany with others.


-NF



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 06:24 PM
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I love to watch bill and get pissed off at what he is saying. However he has always rode Jesus pretty hard and unlike most of his leftist pals he does not hold back when it comes to the muzzy lies. He got my respect for at the least speaking from a place of truth that he has and not just speaking to appeize the leftist agenda. Do i agree with him? No except on a couple issues like these and drug crime.



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 06:31 PM
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a reply to: Onslaught2996

Bill isn't right about anything, because he can't even fathom
the stupidity in claiming he knows something, that no one
could possibly know. Whereby all of his mockings against
what people believe are better suited the second time
around when they come back to haunt him. Because to
claim you know something about what others say they
choose to only believe? Is one of the funniest things i've
ever seen any dimwit try to pull off. It certainly doesn't
make a mouse funny. Or a comedian. I don't know what
the guy is, but he has some Mahersupial qualities I suppose.
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posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 07:22 PM
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a reply to: Xtrozero

no i belive we should be able to speak our opinion on any subject..
Ill be the first to tell you blacks in my neighborhood are committing more crimes than the whites .
YOu might not like that i said it but i do got the right to say it .
And i belive in god but i can make fun of it and laugh at religion too .



posted on Jan, 17 2015 @ 09:59 PM
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www.cbsnews.com...

How Independent Are Vaccine Defenders?

EXCERPT:

But CBS News has found these three have something more in common - strong financial ties to the industry whose products they promote and defend.

The vaccine industry gives millions to the Academy of Pediatrics for conferences, grants, medical education classes and even helped build their headquarters. The totals are kept secret, but public documents reveal bits and pieces.

A $342,000 payment from Wyeth, maker of the pneumococcal vaccine - which makes $2 billion a year in sales.

A $433,000 contribution from Merck, the same year the academy endorsed Merck's HPV vaccine - which made $1.5 billion a year in sales.

Another top donor: Sanofi Aventis, maker of 17 vaccines and a new five-in-one combo shot just added to the childhood vaccine schedule last month.


Then there's Paul Offit, perhaps the most widely-quoted defender of vaccine safety.

He's gone so far as to say babies can tolerate "10,000 vaccines at once."

Billions go to vaccines yet, people are STILL starving in Africa (amongst other places now worldwide). Makes you go hmmmm doesn't it... Crazy Messed up Reality.



posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 12:17 PM
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originally posted by: sweets777
a reply to: Xtrozero

no i belive we should be able to speak our opinion on any subject..
Ill be the first to tell you blacks in my neighborhood are committing more crimes than the whites .
YOu might not like that i said it but i do got the right to say it .
And i belive in god but i can make fun of it and laugh at religion too .


You have the right, and people have the right to react to what you say. I'm not establishing right or wrong here, I'm just saying that normal human behavior will follow its course. Go around your neighborhood and tell all the blacks that live there that they the problem... I guess you got the right, but then it will cause a negative reaction with consequences even if you are 100% right.



posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 12:26 PM
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originally posted by: awareness10

A $342,000 payment from Wyeth, maker of the pneumococcal vaccine - which makes $2 billion a year in sales.

A $433,000 contribution from Merck, the same year the academy endorsed Merck's HPV vaccine - which made $1.5 billion a year in sales.

Another top donor: Sanofi Aventis, maker of 17 vaccines and a new five-in-one combo shot just added to the childhood vaccine schedule last month.


Sounds like a companies trying to promote their wares...

You know that Pfizer spent 2 billion on their Viagra ads... So did Johnson & Johnson on their stuff ....Procter & Gamble 3.4 billion...

What is the conspiracy here?



Billions go to vaccines yet, people are STILL starving in Africa (amongst other places now worldwide). Makes you go hmmmm doesn't it... Crazy Messed up Reality.


Not sure the hmmm here... is it a companies job to feed the world on top of producing whatever they sell?


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posted on Jan, 18 2015 @ 05:37 PM
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My ex works for a hospital and is forced to get the flu vaccine. She got the flu anyways. Wrong vaccine for the current strand. So yes, pure luck while still injecting a chemical into your body. I've never had a flu vaccine and have never had the flu. Guess what? I also eat healthy and exercise. Having a healthy body is also a way to ward of disease and help recover from it. I like Bill Maher. I respect his bulldog attitude when attacking religion specifically. It needs to be. Honestly tell me what good religion does to our society? I'm being serious. It hasn't given us our current technology, it hasn't avoided our wars or our starving children and homeless people. I don't see how others believing in religion has helped me at all. What exactly does it do? Nothing. It only does something for the mentality of those who believe.



posted on Jan, 20 2015 @ 12:12 AM
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Well anyone with that amount of Money who doesn't feel contributing to mankinds'
well being and trying to create a better planet to exist on for all, is obviously
psychopathic/narcissistic. Oh wait, people with that kind of money are already in
cahoots with the People, if you can call them that, running hell, err, i mean, Earth.

And yes, what they are 'selling' mankind should benefit mankind not eliminate it
via poison/other crap they embed in their sham poo/skin care/crappy toxic freeze
dried non organic produced food.

If not then they are enemies to their own kind and 90% of the population have no
use for them.



posted on Jan, 20 2015 @ 01:07 AM
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originally posted by: awareness10

Well anyone with that amount of Money who doesn't feel contributing to mankinds'
well being and trying to create a better planet to exist on for all, is obviously
psychopathic/narcissistic. Oh wait, people with that kind of money are already in
cahoots with the People, if you can call them that, running hell, err, i mean, Earth.


They make freaking Vaccines...I think that is helping mankind out better than apple Phones...lol
Do you pick and choose who you think should feed the world... We are 7 billion and that is more than rats and mice put together...I think there is a bigger issue here...



And yes, what they are 'selling' mankind should benefit mankind not eliminate it
via poison/other crap they embed in their sham poo/skin care/crappy toxic freeze
dried non organic produced food.


Screw organic, you have a better chance of getting sick from your precious "organic" . Why is something like golden rice bad...GMO of combining Beta-carotene with rice to provide vitamin A to the world where people die from the lack of it.

You paint a wide brush...if GMO was not here a hell of a lot more of the world would be starving to actually live by your organic standards.


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