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kcon70
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Houston, TX
Member since Sep 2016
2326 posts

Houston. We have a problem.
First of all, how many wrongs can be seen in the title alone, much less the content.


Drag queen story time

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Houston Public Library is apologizing after a man charged for sexually assaulting a child was allowed to entertain children at Drag Queen storytime.



Drag. Queen. Storytime.


WTF have we become??



GeauxLSUGeaux
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re: Houston. We have a problem.
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WTF have we become??


A bunch of weirdos apparently


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fatboydave
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Fat boy land
Member since Aug 2004
12252 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
I 'member when Houston was fudging like 500 dudes..we talking the same town?


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tiger1014
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Member since Jan 2011
11470 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
I don’t really have a problem with drag queens

I do have a problem with sex offenders interacting with children


EmmitDrallid
Member since Mar 2019
76 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
you dont have a problem with drag queens because you've been flouridated and drugged via vaccines and other meds in your food supply to be socially engineered by the media industrial complex... "when everything the American public believes is a lie..." You're almost there. wake up brother


Gray Tiger
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Member since Jan 2004
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re: Houston. We have a problem.
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because you've been flouridated and drugged via vaccines and other meds in your food supply to be socially engineered by the media industrial complex..




EmmitDrallid
Member since Mar 2019
76 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
U2


EmmitDrallid
Member since Mar 2019
76 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
Enjoy... this is nothing compared to the ingredients in other "vaccines"

In addition to mercury, flu vaccines also contain other toxic or hazardous ingredients like:

Aluminum -- a neurotoxin that has been linked to Alzheimer's disease

Triton X-100 -- a detergent

Phenol (carbolic acid)

Ethylene glycol (antifreeze)

Betapropiolactone - a disinfectant

Nonoxynol - used to kill or stop growth of STDs

Octoxinol 9 - a vaginal spermicide

Sodium phosphate

How Safe Is the Flu Vaccine?
Serious reactions to the flu vaccine include, but are not limited to:

Life-threatening allergies to various ingredients

Guillain-Barre Syndrome (a severe paralytic disease that is fatal in about one in 20 cases)

Encephalitis (brain inflammation)

Neurological disorders

Thrombocytopenia (a serious blood disorder)

How Effective Is the Flu Vaccine?
Remember that the potential effectiveness of a flu vaccine is dependent on the ASSUMPTION, made nearly a year in advance, that Asia's viral strains will be the ones hitting the U.S. When they guess wrong, the vaccine is worthless from the very start.

But does that mean they withdraw the flu vaccine when they discover it contains the wrong strains? NO! They just keep giving it out anyway.

But even if they were to overcome that hurdle and actually select the correct strains, there's still no evidence that it does anyone any good to get a flu vaccine.

Study after study comes back showing the same dismal results: the flu vaccines are not an effective method of prevention of the flu, and they do not save lives. As mentioned earlier, they may even be responsible for an increased death rate in some groups.

Sometimes determining efficacy is as easy as reading the information coming straight from the vaccine manufacturer.

How about this quote taken directly from the flu vaccine FLULAVAL's package insert3 (which you likely never see when getting the flu shot) for the 2009-2010 formula:

" FLULAVAL is an influenza virus vaccine indicated for active immunization of adults 18 years of age and older against influenza disease caused by influenza virus subtypes A and type B contained in the vaccine. This indication is based on immune response elicited by FLULAVAL, and there have been no controlled trials demonstrating a decrease in influenza disease after vaccination with FLULAVAL."

That's right, NO controlled trials demonstrating ANY decrease in your risk of contracting the flu at all after vaccination! (It also states that each dose contains a total of 25 mcg of mercury.)


xiv
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re: Houston. We have a problem.
I see what you mean. It would be better if a man charged with sexually assaulting a child was allowed to teach children at Sunday school.


TenWheelsForJesus
Member since Jan 2018
1483 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
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I see what you mean. It would be better if a man charged with sexually assaulting a child was allowed to teach children at Sunday school.


Weak. Perhaps you have missed the many, many threads calling out the church hierarchy when they don't dismiss these a-holes.


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TenWheelsForJesus
Member since Jan 2018
1483 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
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Aluminum -- a neurotoxin that has been linked to Alzheimer's disease


Like fluoride, heavy metals also disrupt the pineal gland. The powers that be can't have people expanding their consciousness. We might actually realize that we are all part of the same infinite being. Can't have warmongering and an ever-increasing MIC with that kind of thinking.


GeorgePaton
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God's country
Member since May 2017
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re: Houston. We have a problem.
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WTF have we become??


Sodom and Gomorrah


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thetempleowl
Temple Fan
dallas, tx
Member since Jul 2008
11167 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
Jesus Christ.

I feel like I'm reading the Steele dossier poliboard style.

Only here could some idiot connect lifesaving medical advances like vaccines with some crap more bizarre than the golden showers found in the Steele report.

How the hell did a story about a pedo drag queen attract all the anti vaxxer idiots?


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xiv
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Member since Feb 2004
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re: Houston. We have a problem.
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Weak. Perhaps you have missed the many, many threads calling out the church hierarchy when they don't dismiss these a-holes.
There are plenty of threads with things to say about drag queens, too.

But I get it. It would be better if the man convicted of sexually assaulting a child were wearing men’s clothing. That’s what we should be focusing on for sure.


tarzana
LSU Fan
TX Hwy 6, 74 miles SE of Kyle Field
Member since Sep 2015
12792 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
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Houston Public Library

That downtown library has been a haven for perversionists and strange men ever since it opened in 1976. I don't know why Houstonians are shocked at these developments.

The parents should be accountable in this case. Drag queen story time, indeed. Just unreal.


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SSpaniel
Memphis Fan
Germantown
Member since Feb 2013
14114 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
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Houston Public Library is apologizing after a man charged for sexually assaulting a child was allowed to entertain children at Drag Queen storytime.


quote:

a man charged for sexually assaulting a child was allowed to entertain children


Isn't this more relevent in this particular case than
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Drag Queen storytime.


The Drag Queen crap is a whole perverted issue unto itself.


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Magician2
SMU Fan
Grand Coteau
Member since Oct 2015
3725 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
Holy fricking shite that same event was suppose to take place here in Lafayette but it got nixed.


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Ace Midnight
LSU Fan
Between sanity and madness
Member since Dec 2006
66356 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
Welcome back Heather!


upgrayedd
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Lifting at Tobin's house
Member since Mar 2013
85983 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
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Welcome back Heather!


The amount of new accounts jumping in the mix has gotten ridiculous


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idlewatcher
LSU Fan
Houston
Member since Jan 2012
38746 posts

re: Houston. We have a problem.
MOntrose of course

For those of you who don’t know, Montrose area of Houston is well....the most colorful area of Houston


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