An unlikely friendship formed in the midst of the corona virus pandemic: The two attempt’s on Manuel’s life leaves more questions than answers. How did they go down? How did the two eventually reconcile and become friends? The world may never know.
Below is an essay by an anon on 4chan on the different ways people think and form beliefs. Despite the technical terms used, it’s pretty easy to digest and sheds a lot of light on some of the strange behavior observed in modern society. Human action is guided primarily by philosophy – particularly epistemology. How … More Science vs “Soyence” – the Epistemology of Modern Society
Strange how quickly public opinion changes. This madness would be funnier if I didn’t have to live through it:
There’s an increasing number of reports of horrifying side effects from the covid-19 vaccines. Below is one. The woman involved went from smugly mocking her brother for refusing the vaccine to worrying over her child’s life: Even if one does not conduct in-depth research into the vaccines being offered, the fact that they were developed … More Blindly Trusting the “Experts”
When social distancing goes just a touch too far; although much can also be said about people’s ability to adapt.
An anon ruminates on the matter of vaccines, and how many people tend to view them as either all good or all bad on a wholesale level. Very relevant in light of the recent efforts on creating vaccination for the covid-19 virus: Currently there are two black and white opinions, either of which the majority … More Black and White Views on Vaccines
Obviously not real, but perhaps…
The unofficial official rules of pandemic living. Found elsewhere online. Seems pretty damn true: The Rules: 1. Basically, you can’t leave the house for any reason, but if you have to, then you can. 2. Masks are useless, but maybe you have to wear one, it can save you, it is useless, but maybe it … More Coronavirus Rules
The military will always stay the same, no matter the circumstances: