Um.... what.... aka, this is the dumbest thing I've ever read

I like the “Billions of Probiotics.”

Carl Sagan would be proud.

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Well if it isn’t authentically worded, at least it’s ‘authentically crafted’. :upside_down_face:

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The California-based Raw Milk Institute called the warnings “clearly fearmongering.” The institute’s founder, Mark McAfee, told the Los Angeles Times this weekend that his customers are, in fact, specifically requesting raw milk from H5N1-infected cows. According to McAfee, his customers believe, without evidence, that directly drinking high levels of the avian influenza virus will give them immunity to the deadly pathogen.

I… wha? If getting exposed to deadly viruses made you immune to them, then they wouldn’t be deadly!

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Hey it worked for that COVID thing.

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As Marie Antoinette would say, “Let them drink bleach.”

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I’d have to be feeling really bad to let someone give me an IV. I’ve only had one but that sucker hurt and left a bruise!

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‘frankly, the country doesn’t want to have to go through prosecuting a former president’

Yes, it would be really nice if we didn’t have to, but then some jerk decided to try to stay in power after being voted out…

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‘frankly, the country doesn’t want to have to go through prosecuting a former president’

actually, yeah, we do. over and over and over until he’s so deeply embedded in the prison system that we’ll never have to think about him again.

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Gerald Ford used the same excuse when he pardoned Richard Nixon for all crimes. It was part of the deal for Nixon to resign.

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ohhh, you’re RIGHT, he DID! i forgot all about that. then again, i was single-digits old, lol.

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For real, a former president, and every other corrupt politician of either party!

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Butker denounced abortion rights, Pride Month, COVID-19 lockdowns and “the tyranny of diversity, equity and inclusion” in his commencement address at Benedictine College, a Catholic liberal arts school in Atchison, Kan.

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Nicholas Rossi, or the man with no history or birth certificate who looks like him but claims to have been given Rossi’s tattoos and fingerprints while sick with Covid-19 in a Glasgow hospital, has decided to represent himself in court. Despite the judge trying to talk him out of it.

Pullan emphasized that Rossi is facing a minimum of five years in prison, which I think is just on the two Utah rape charges he faces, and could get up to life without parole.

“Let me be clear,” Pullan told Alahverdian/Rossi/Knight. “That means you will die in prison.”

“That’s a chance I’m willing to take, your Honor,” the defendant replied.

According to the report, Rossi (performing, remember, as Irish orphan Arthur Knight) told the court that “he has studied law in England and Wales as well as a considerable amount of law in Scotland.” He did admit that his knowledge of American criminal law would need a little “brushing up.”

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See? Brains are getting smaller.

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Proves that atrophy isn’t the same as more efficient.

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