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Lisa

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Step aboard the flight to nowhere! Singapore Airlines is planning trips that start and end at the SAME airport in a bid to boost business
 






Lisa

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She's suggesting that no one would find it suspicious if a child has their mouth taped shut in public because it's covered by a mask.
The kid has no other way to let an adult know? :rolleyes: Maybe pull down the mask themselves?
 






Lisa

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People gonna really pay to do this?

Check in, but don’t fly? Airlines launch ‘flights to nowhere’
Published: Sept. 16, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. ET
By Lina Saigol
‘Plane-themed’ cafes are springing up in Thailand
 






Lisa

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What’s this you say? How could that be...Joe Biden says 200 million Americans are gonna die from this or have scared hearts and lungs as a result...but no, not Sweden...

Sweden has escaped a second coronavirus wave so far. The question is why

 






DevaWolf

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Well, here the facerags are mandatory everywhere indoors too now. Our government has resisted for a long while, but apparently is giving in under the pressure. If this doesn't 'work' curfew is next..
 






DevaWolf

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Trump has Corona.
 






Hooligan69

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Up to 150 million people, most of them in middle-income countries, could slip into extreme poverty by late next year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Bank says.

 






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This shit is outrageous.


Now, just out from Holland:


Apparently HCQ does work after all.

We're only 8 months since this was being said by doctors actually treating COVID patients, in FEBRUARY!

Worst thing is this media acts like it's science at work, for the benefit of us all, instead of turning this into a scandal like any normal dissident would, that they've been holding back on effective treatments that could've saved lives.
 






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