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In Topic: First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The U.S.

Today, 06:08 AM



They are the same ones who post some policeman in Podunk Idaho, who showed his ass at a traffic stop, like it is .99% of the police forces in the nation.


Only subjects relevant to their thought processes are worthy


p sure i can point to way more examples of cops murdering unarmed black men in just the past year than you can of americans who have contracted ebola in america fuging ever but i bet i can guess which of the two upsets you more


also .99% is less than 1% so it's kind of funny that in your failure to understand and communicate the percentage in your post you actually in all likelihood underestimated the number of police who are in fact human filth (a proportion that is undoubtably much higher than the number of americans who have any reason for concern re: this most recent example of political fear mongering, ebolagate 2014)

In Topic: First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The U.S.

Today, 05:57 AM

Of course the media sensationalizes everything... that's how they make money... does it make it right?  No.


When someone quotes the number of posts in a topic while saying the situation is affecting ~.0000001% of the population, I think that's directly saying that the thread is an overreaction.


A lot of the posts in this particular forum are discussions about events that affect .0000001% of the population... doesn't make them any more or less relevant.


it is an overreaction. it's pretty dumb to waste so much time on this (580 posts itt lmao) because any domestic cause for concern beyond the handful of people who have been infected with ebola is a complete fabrication by the media. ebola in west africa is a really, really big deal. extremely isolated cases, to the tune of roughly .0000001% of the population, in a developed nation with p good healthcare facilities is fugingnothing.gif. the flu is way more concerning if you're actually worried about americans dying of infectious disease (which is of course the obvious implication when a thread titled "first case of ebola diagnosed in the u.s." hits nearly 600 posts). isolated cases of ebola in the US was a statistical inevitability and it's sort of like when people are infected with flesh eating bacteria (horrible, inevitable, but something not worth worrying about until you've got it) so quickly now let's post hundreds of times about the dangers of swimming in warm water

In Topic: Ferguson, MO latest - grand jury findings

Yesterday, 06:43 PM

fug i mean babysit

In Topic: Ferguson, MO latest - grand jury findings

Yesterday, 06:43 PM

well if i ever do remind me not to let you babycook

In Topic: Ferguson, MO latest - grand jury findings

Yesterday, 06:27 PM

Yep...you are definitely not a person with preconceived notions and biases.


I hope you never serve on a jury....


and i hope you're never left alone around children



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