We all know that there’s nothing that gets the blood flowing in the morning like a good kick to the crotch. And with the world on full-monty insanity, rapid-fire kicks to the crotch are guaranteed.
Losing your business, your job, your ability to put food on table for you and yours, losing your mind from the delights of being imprisoned in your crib for much of the 24/7 of this insanity; stress levels high, anxiety off the charts which leads to new and delightful physical ailments that you never experienced before; suicide increase, poverty increase the joy of watching dickheads in suits don somber and concerned looks on their faces as they proclaim the beatings will continue until morale improves – the smorgasbord of shitf**kery from the psychopath’s is never-ending.
But fear not boys and girls, help is here:
Is the Virus on My Clothes? My Shoes? My Hair? My Newspaper? – via NYtimes.com
We asked the experts to answer questions about all the places coronavirus lurks (or doesn’t). You’ll feel better after reading this.
Prepare yourself for primo shitf**kery:
Should I change my clothes and shower when I come home from the grocery store?
Why is it that small droplets and viral particles don’t typically land on our clothing?
Is there a risk that the virus could be in my hair or beard?
Should I worry about doing laundry and sorting clothes? Can I shake viral particles loose from my clothes and send them into the air?
Should I be concerned about the mail, packages or the newspaper?
Let’s see here…the cornholio is a virus, just like HIV is a virus.
Can a virus “live” outside the body?
HIV can’t survive for long in the environment. When fluid leaves the body and is exposed to air, it begins to dry up. As drying occurs, the virus becomes damaged and can become inactive. Once inactive, HIV is “dead” and no longer infectious. – via healthline.com
Just a thought.
The Propaganda Behind the Plandemic – Dr. John Bergmann
Ladies and gentleman, I implore you…some enjoy being fucked up their arses…most do not.
Let go of the guilt of what you have and haven’t done…and live now and fight to the bitter end, for you and yours.
Think! Do Not Comply.
Tonight’s musical offering:
“Beginnings” – Leonid & Friends (Chicago cover)