This genuinely made me laugh. ImageImage
And to think of how many hours I spent listening to that guy in my youth.
Anyway, hey moron, you already need vaccines to travel.
The beauty of Twitter is how it shows how many of the loudest talkers know the least.…
In case you forgot, Dr. Drew spent MONTHS dismissing Covid-19 ... until he got it. He called it a "press induced panic."
Then he apologized (while still insisting that he was "part of a chorus" so I guess its not bad, huh).…
Now he's talking trash about vaccine passports, so I guess he hasn't really learned that much after all.
This is literally an anti-vax talking point. From a doctor with 2.7 million followers. Image
Personally, I would love to get a vaccine to protect me from Skrillex.
"I'm just raising questions" is the antivax playbook. The idea is to just keep injecting doubt, even when you claim you're for vaccines in general. It's bullshit.

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Can't get over what an amazing accomplishment the vaccine is, the speed of its creation and rollout, and how we should all be celebrating this amazing American moment ... but we're not because the GOP and Fox News made it partisan from the jump just to protect their chief idiot.
I got my first vaccine dose in a convention center staffed by volunteers and members of different uniformed branches of the military, all working together, surrounded by my neighbors rolling up their sleeves to protect themselves and each other. It was beautiful.
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Instead, the morons in my neighborhood are still running around maskless and screaming about tyranny because they're brainwashed by outrage peddlers.
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DC: I will always love the animated series' from my youth. That's my Justice League. But let's be real, there's only been one decent DC movie (WW) and the rest have ranged from amusingly bad (Aquaman) to unamusingly bad (everything else).
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The mistake is ever taking Republicans seriously.
Everything Republicans say should be seen as a toddler making up stories and responded to with that same energy.

"Okay, Mitchie. What a great story. You're so creative! Why don't you go play in the yard. The adults are governing."
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All us Gen Xers looked at the Covid guidelines and went, "yup, okay, happy to help" because we're old enough to remember watching young people die horribly from a virus.
I remember the candlelight vigils. I remember the anger at a government that did nothing. I remember crying at the quilt.
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WandaVision was so weird and so surprising that it set my expectations to maximum. So something so formulaic after that is a letdown, even if it's not bad.
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If you track your people BY THE SECOND and you DO NOT COMMUNICATE THE RULES, it's going to make them CRAZY. This is so obvious it hurts.
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