My first flight since July of 2020 and a few tidbits.
Sadly, as long as people still believe in "the science" , they'll keep falling for the scam of re-labeling sicknesses as viruses, instead of the real cause which in this case was food poisoning.
The tests pick up sicknesses as "viral sequences", even if those sequences found are actually the result of cell damage, not the cause.
I'm optimistic about the future. Less and less trust the CDC etc... so much so that Mandy Cohen is doing a tour to regain trust. The wef also mentioned the trust issue a while back.
What's hilarious is that they think they can regain trust not by being honest, but by playing more bullshit games. It's not going to succeed.
March 2020 covid was the perfect storm. Fragments of it will be here for the rest of our lives, but we won't see the same level of insanity again. Instead, I think that the next big battle will be food. That flies under most people's radar right now, but I think they're going to be in for a rude awakening soon.
I'm getting deja vu.
Some people just have to have it all. Breasts, beard, penis. Gates must be their model.
Flying is a bit of a spook with all the dead pilots.
I'm still flying but it's a risk right. Hope some passengers have been playing with the flight simulator game.
Don't want to be too scared to do anything, but admit to being scared that I might not be allowed home without a jab up the nose.
I hear ya.
I see a few chickens running around with masks again, but it's mostly us types (yeah, dogs, but also just people who know better now, even if they aren't sure WHY).