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  #2435565 10-Mar-2020 12:00
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This virus is made by the government to reduce the number of population on our planet. I think this is a big conspiracy and the virus is firstly designed to be released among the immigrants that are invading Europe but they not succeded, and they messed up, now all of us are in danger.


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  #2435566 10-Mar-2020 12:12
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Ademir:

 

This virus is made by the government to reduce the number of population on our planet. I think this is a big conspiracy and the virus is firstly designed to be released among the immigrants that are invading Europe but they not succeded, and they messed up, now all of us are in danger.

 

 

The flat earth will be more stable with less people on it. The saving from not needing the chemicals for aerial spraying will be huge. The lizard folk are immune so that will still be a threat.





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  #2435576 10-Mar-2020 12:42
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perhaps it all harks back to 9/11 or even Kennedy.....


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  #2435577 10-Mar-2020 12:46
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Ademir:

 

This virus is made by the government to reduce the number of population on our planet. I think this is a big conspiracy and the virus is firstly designed to be released among the immigrants that are invading Europe but they not succeded, and they messed up, now all of us are in danger.

 

 

OMG! Now the truth is out, there'll be panic buying of tinfoil.

 

 


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  #2435621 10-Mar-2020 12:49
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@Ademir:

 

This virus is made by the government to reduce the number of population on our planet. I think this is a big conspiracy and the virus is firstly designed to be released among the immigrants that are invading Europe but they not succeded, and they messed up, now all of us are in danger.

 

 

I think you missed the symbol for "joke" at the end. Or are you serious?





 

 

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  #2435622 10-Mar-2020 12:51
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The flat earth will be more stable with less people on it. The saving from not needing the chemicals for aerial spraying will be huge. The lizard folk are immune so that will still be a threat.

 

 

It's bigger than that, it was created by the lizard people to eliminate the real humans for the big takeover. So anyone who's left alive is a lizard person. Get out and get them before they get you!

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  #2435624 10-Mar-2020 12:52
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freitasm:

I think you missed the symbol for "joke" at the end. Or are you serious?

 

 

Whoosh!

 

 

{Joke symbol}

 
 
 
 


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  #2435627 10-Mar-2020 13:03
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neb:
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I think you missed the symbol for "joke" at the end. Or are you serious?

 

 

Whoosh! {Joke symbol}

 

 

No, it didn't "Whoosh". But I learnt very early on to not assume anything.





 

 

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  #2435628 10-Mar-2020 13:06
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freitasm:

No, it didn't "Whoosh". But I learnt very early on to not assume anything.

 

 

Fair enough. Since this isn't Fox News, I would assume that people are joking when they bring up conspiracy theories in a thread.

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  #2435629 10-Mar-2020 13:07
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Ademir: This virus is made by the government to reduce the number of population on our planet. I think this is a big conspiracy and the virus is firstly designed to be released among the immigrants that are invading Europe but they not succeded, and they messed up, now all of us are in danger. 

 

No, not all of us. The virus was actually created for insurance companies who don't want to be paying out billions in death claims etc. as the worlds population grows increasingly older. The secret agent who was employed to release it is in a bit of hot water though - instructions were to release it into the ageing population.


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  #2435632 10-Mar-2020 13:17
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I was just commenting in the weekend how for the first time in ages there were Chemtrails coming from a plane. 

 

 

 

Coincidence? I think not. I obviously got the family to stay in the car until the chemicals had blown away just in case we all caught Autism. 

 

 

 

 





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  #2435636 10-Mar-2020 13:21
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Handsomedan:

 

I was just commenting in the weekend how for the first time in ages there were Chemtrails coming from a plane. 

 

Coincidence? I think not. I obviously got the family to stay in the car until the chemicals had blown away just in case we all caught Autism. 

 

 

It only happens after it's been activated by nearby 5G.





 

 

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Coronavirus And Your Stock Portfolio Two Years From Now

Forbes By William Baldwin

...Ordered to telecommute, workers will get better technology for home use and get better at using it. When the danger passes, they will wonder why they used to spend so much time and money going to an office. Some will get permission to stay put.

Panicked into cancelling conferences, trade organizations and sales forces will acquire more proficiency in running virtual gatherings. By the time travel restrictions abate, the companies who pay the bills will be having second thoughts. Do we really need to shell out for hotels and air fares?

Shying away from crowded theaters, audiences will invest in 82-inch TV screens. The coronavirus will fade. The QLED 8K from Samsung won’t. It will make a $12 movie ticket into a waste of money.

The short-term effects of the epidemic, like $110 billion in missing airline revenue, are pretty obvious. The long-term effects are more speculative, but still worth thinking about. Here, we’ll look at six elements of the economy where the coronavirus could create lasting winners and losers.
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  • The workplace
  • Travel
  • Medicine
  • Food
  • Entertainment
  • Education

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      #2435650 10-Mar-2020 13:27
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    I'm hoping nothing happens around public gatherings - i.e. concerts. Have my tickets and flights booked for Iron Maiden on May 13 and Level 42 on May 20.


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      #2435652 10-Mar-2020 13:30
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    Handsomedan:

    I was just commenting in the weekend how for the first time in ages there were Chemtrails coming from a plane. 

     

     

     

    Coincidence? I think not. I obviously got the family to stay in the car until the chemicals had blown away just in case we all caught Autism. 

     

     

    Silly. You catch veganism from chemtrails. Autism is from... not sure, but Hillary Clinton is involved.

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