Informed consent is still a thing. You need to understand your rights and the tiny relative benefit that will accrue to you if you are vaccinated, and the relatively significant negative side-effects of the vaccines. Yes, still.
For decades, from the 60s on, we thought it was virtuous to be non-judgmental and non-confrontational in the face of increasingly bizarre practices, beliefs, and movements.
And here we are. Drowning in insanity.
It occurs to me that I don’t know, and I have never actually interacted face-to-face with, any of the oddly fascinating people shared by the Twitter @libsoftiktok account.
But then I am a 53-year-old work-at-home Ohioan, so.
While Feedly still exists, curiously, nobody has bothered to make an Internet-wide blog voting system, doing for the long tail of obscure blogs what Medium does for its digital plantation. Why not?
If you want the fascinating history and theory behind Wikipedia and the participatory Internet more generally, get my book.
Audiobook: audible.com/pd/Essays-on-Free-Kn… (Whispersync works)
Hey @NYCMayor. I’m not a New Yorker, but I’d like to know: what makes you think you have the right to require your subjects, I mean citizens, to inject stuff in their bodies just to engage in commerce? You’ll never live this down.
That perfectly illustrates the imagination of the unthinking leftist: you are “frothing” (rabid, insane) if you object to being forced to submit to the state injecting whatever it likes into your body.
You and the nasty Levant are frothing for the out of touch minority. 80% of BC residents support vaccination mandates.
— Casestudy26 (@Casestudy261) August 17, 2021
“Sources say” 10,000 Americans were left behind in Kabul alone, as Afghanistan falls to a regime that would almost certainly exterminate them like so many cockroaches.
At least they haven’t abandoned the airport yet.
Not to be outdone by either socialist San Francisco or Canada, Bill de Blasio has “mandated” proof of vaccination for employees and customers of indoor facilities and businesses.
Splain how this is constitutional.