One Lump of Stupid Or Two?

Sweet, sweet relief

Alert Scissorhead Jimmy-T wants us all to know the latest technology to help block Bill Gates from tracking Possum Hollar from the vaccination that, uh, is changing their DNA and making it so Jeebus will not save them during the Rapture:

Seriously, these mooks are buying and wearing cancer-inducing (ALLEGED) amulets to ward off Bill Gates.

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20 Responses to One Lump of Stupid Or Two?

  1. sos says:

    LOL. The Firm

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  2. Martin Pollard says:

    Seriously, these are the same people who miss the days of using shoe-fitting fluoroscopes that exposed people to more radiation than 10 years worth of chest X-rays (or something like that). “Thems were the good ol’ days, lemme tells ya!”

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    • tengrain says:

      Martin –

      That was a thing? Really?



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      • revzafod says:

        You bet. I remember having my feet zapped.

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      • Jimmy T says:

        Yeah, it was a thing. I remember spending as much time as I could looking through the scope and seeing the bones of my toes. Of course, I had no clue of the potential dangers inherent in such a fiendish apparatus, but it was good entertainment…

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      • purplehead says:

        Oh yep. Us old farts sure remember those things. It was so cool to look in the viewer (which were set up for short people/kiddos) and wiggle your toes. Oy. Apparently there was no issue with them. My uncle and grandfather were orthopaedic surgeons, and they had no problem with them…at the time. Later, sure.

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      • Martin Pollard says:

        They were indeed. They started back in the 1950s (“The Wonders of the Atomic Age!”), but the dangers didn’t become known until the cancer rates started to climb. And it wasn’t the people getting their feet zapped that were in danger, either: the boxes themselves weren’t the best sealed things, and both the salesmen and others standing nearby (because multiple people could look into the things and see what was going on) were getting dosed, too. It was in an “Engineering Disasters” episode of History’s Modern Marvels years ago, and a recent marathon showed the episode again, which is why it stuck in my head. There’s an an article about it on The Pedia of Wikis.


  3. Moar detail:

    Wearing one of these things for 24 hours is like getting 5 dental X-rays a day…

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  4. Infidel753 says:

    They probably think the magnetic field the vaccine imposes upon them will deflect the radiation.

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  5. roket says:

    Always look on the bright side of life. They’re probably all conservatives.

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  6. what, they feel like they aren’t dying fast enough from COVID?

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  7. If they could remarket these as belt buckles, maybe some conservative swimmers could be slowed to a stop, but, due to the law of unintended circumstances, we’d probably end up with radioactive mutant magats, hopped up on goof-balls.

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  8. Buttermilk Sky says:

    It will enable Jebus to find them on Rapture Day. They’ll be glowing.

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  9. Sirius Lunacy says:

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  10. MDavis says:

    “Quantum”, huh?
    This almost translates out to “Q want em, – Q know Q do.”


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