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Quite the opposite, I worked in the medical field for a few years, bugs spread like wildfire. But you don't lie about "pollen count" and then "overheating" in mid seventies weather, to cover up the fact that you have pneumonia, having worked with people with very serious illnesses including pneumonia, I never once saw a case where a person rag dolled and lost a shoe to it either. Only someone willfully naive would think this was simply pneumonia it doesn't even make sense. And Logan no, but I would say somewhere in between Goku and Hank yes.
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Posted 9/28/16 , edited 9/28/16

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FlyinDumpling wrote:

omg bad spelling


Yes, I misspelled a word. I should be ashamed for breaking the 4th seal of the Apocalypse...



git in ur hole. git, u. git. i say. git!
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Eh, compared to the Hillary body double stuff this one seems pretty tame.

I mean, I don't actually remember a presidential debate in the last 15 years where some conspiracy nuts didn't claim one candidate or the other had a secret electronic device/earpiece/mic/etc on. The same thing was said about Dubya.
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Quite the opposite, I worked in the medical field for a few years, bugs spread like wildfire. But you don't lie about "pollen count" and then "overheating" in mid seventies weather, to cover up the fact that you have pneumonia, having worked with people with very serious illnesses including pneumonia, I never once saw a case where a person rag dolled and lost a shoe to it either. Only someone willfully naive would think this was simply pneumonia it doesn't even make sense. And Logan no, but I would say somewhere in between Goku and Hank yes.


I don't know what it is you did in the medical field, but you certainly were not a doctor or a nurse. If you are either, I can't understand how your comments could be so ignorant. For one, there are different types of pneumonia, and some like viral pneumonia aren't as easy to treat as bacterial because you can't just give antibiotics. My mother had viral pneumonia and spent a week in the hospital getting oxygen treatments (shes 10 years younger than Hillary and generally quite healthy). I once had pneumonia when I was a teenager and I had a fever of 103 for 2 or 3 days. I can't imagine having to keep a politicians schedule during that time. I just stayed in bed, or I assure you I would have "ragdolled." My mother is a nurse, and my dad is a doctor so I guess I'm as close to the medical field as you. Absolutely fucking ridiculous.
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Quite the opposite, I worked in the medical field for a few years, bugs spread like wildfire. But you don't lie about "pollen count" and then "overheating" in mid seventies weather, to cover up the fact that you have pneumonia, having worked with people with very serious illnesses including pneumonia, I never once saw a case where a person rag dolled and lost a shoe to it either. Only someone willfully naive would think this was simply pneumonia it doesn't even make sense. And Logan no, but I would say somewhere in between Goku and Hank yes.


I don't know what it is you did in the medical field, but you certainly were not a doctor or a nurse. If you are either, I can't understand how your comments could be so ignorant. For one, there are different types of pneumonia, and some like viral pneumonia aren't as easy to treat as bacterial because you can't just give antibiotics. My mother had viral pneumonia and spent a week in the hospital getting oxygen treatments (shes 10 years younger than Hillary and generally quite healthy). I once had pneumonia when I was a teenager and I had a fever of 103 for 2 or 3 days. I can't imagine having to keep a politicians schedule during that time. I just stayed in bed, or I assure you I would have "ragdolled." My mother is a nurse, and my dad is a doctor so I guess I'm as close to the medical field as you. Absolutely fucking ridiculous.


assuming what you say is true, you can probably find reliable info a bit faster that the average internet user
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I think it's like one of those electric dog collar things that they zap her with when she starts nodding off.


lmfao , maybe that's why she was blinking every 2 seconds, she was trying to not nod off
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Spelling errors aside, yes many Trump supporters are desperate. The economy, despite what Team Obama says, is in shambles and Hillary's plans will only make it worse. Under Obama's watch their income has fallen when adjusted for inflation. Their jobs have been sent overseas and replaced by crappy part time jobs. They feel their values and culture are under constant attack. They feel threatened by rising crime and terrorism. They are getting desperate.
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You could google it faster than calling my dad and look at lung.org or webmd and see that pneumonia is potentially life threatening. In general it can take from 1-3 weeks of REST, not travelling all over the place to recover. Hes acting like it's no worse than a common cold.
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You could google it faster than calling my dad and look at lung.org or webmd and see that pneumonia is potentially life threatening. In general it can take from 1-3 weeks of REST, not travelling all over the place to recover. Hes acting like it's no worse than a common cold.


he probably has zero experience with a bad case of it. some people on the net act like expert on a subject when they have no training or experience in the same subject. I remember a youtube comment on a video about the Spectre gunship. The commenter "talked" like he knew what he was talking about but then I noticed another comment from him saying his only experience with it is through CoD

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Everyone knows Obama, Trump and Clinton are lizard people. Wake up sheeple!

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i figured it out for you

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Everyone knows Obama, Trump and Clinton are lizard people. Wake up sheeple!



nah check my above post
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It's not like cheating in a debate does anything at all. I'm not sure about anyone else, but I watch debates to get a candidate's policy and position not listen to how much they know about something going on in the world. Realistically, the President will have people to brief them on all sorts of topics so cheating isn't effective at all. The only thing I try to look for in debates is if someone is lying and if a candidate's policies and view points line up with my own.
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I think everyone in the U.S. is a bit desperate now. This election is sad
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They're both desperate, they're both among the two most hated candidates ever to run for the office of President of the United States and even a light amount of digging into their pasts reveals them both to be awful awful people who don't deserve the job; with only the corrupt, brainwashed or downright ignorant supporting either of them.
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