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2 minutes ago, Silent Member said:

I heard he doesn't even like burgers, he just posts the images for clout.

burger poser 

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Remember coronavirus? Those were some weird times, man. Glad it's all over.

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16 minutes ago, Blir said:

Remember coronavirus? Those were some weird times, man. Glad it's all over.

someone should start a 2nd not corona virus thread to discuss what it's like now that it's all over. 

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47 minutes ago, ignatius said:

i heard he puts his phone in this guy's red wagon

 

This is really cool, btw. Such an understandable oversight on Google’s part and such a humorous way to point it out.

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5 minutes ago, Joyrex said:

Which thread should this be merged with?

The now playing thread thanks 

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2 minutes ago, iococoi said:
20 minutes ago, Plum said:

The have you ever been in a fight thread thanks 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, ignatius said:

should just merge the entire forum into 1 thread. 

merge all of the net into watmm, we’ll do it right. you can trust us. 

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Those who reject vaccinations believe two negative theories about the effects of COVID-19 vaccines: half think it is likely that vaccines in general cause autism and that this vaccine in particular is being used by the government to microchip the population.  Most Americans reject these theories, but only minorities of those who oppose their vaccinations do.  Nearly one in three say they aren't sure what to believe

Twenty percent of U.S. adults think Covid vaccine is a secret microchipping program (YouGov via BoingBoing)

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