r/facepalm 13d ago Silver 1 Wholesome 1

Pray for me! 🇲​🇮​🇸​🇨​

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u/TherealObdach 13d ago

Didn‘t you want it?

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u/ecky--ptang-zooboing 13d ago

She wanted it, but she knows she can heal with thoughts and prayers!

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u/hagenbuch 13d ago

At the moment, there sadly is no vaccination against stupidity.

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u/HappyCynic24 13d ago

I mean, we almost had one, but Clorox had to put out a disclaimer tweet real quick after that one Trump press conference.

If they could have waited till like never to do that, I would think it would qualify as a vaccine against stupidity…….

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u/ThatOtherGuyTPM 13d ago

Unfortunately, there are many strains of stupidity, and that treatment was only ever useful against one particular strain.

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u/Greenmind76 13d ago

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u/notlikelyevil 13d ago

The Grandson video is great too, a little more biting though

https://youtu.be/4DQ-2tDzJxw

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u/EvanTrautwig 13d ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkD4xSqNVII

Drive-By Truckers have a number of great tracks.

First time hearing this one.

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u/autovonbismarck 13d ago

Damn, the chord progression sounds just like another song that I know but I can't pull it to the front of my mind just yet.

Would be a good candidate for the CBC bit Distant Cousins (about songs that bear a musical resemblance).

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u/da_london_09 13d ago

Love that track! And love that album!

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u/starkyogre 13d ago

If that’s the case she should of been kicked out of the hospital

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u/ambsdorf825 13d ago

Hard agree. But maybe they could check while checking them in.

"It says here you think Covid is a hoax"

"It is, but I'm having trouble breathing"

"Hmm, why not take horse medicine at home"?

"I did but it didn't help, I just shat everywhere"

"Well then we've done everything we can. Have you tried asking for thoughts and prayers on Facebook"?

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u/Aggravating_Moment78 13d ago

Maybe you need “great and powerful light somehow transported inside the body” 😂😂

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u/liltwinstar2 12d ago Helpful

Have you thought that maybe this is God’s plan for you and you should let it happen?

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u/Open-Ticket-3356 13d ago

we have a special Corona spreader hospital section inside your place of thoughts and prayers

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u/facherone 13d ago Silver

Should have, it's never "should of" (sorry)

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u/hagenbuch 13d ago

I hope we do this long before a life and death situation. Member of a religion that claims praying can achieve everything? Sign here and pray.

The will of god when praying doesn't work? Well then - who would dare to interfere?

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u/Hannibal_Rex 13d ago

Completely agree. If I deny religion, I will be kicked out of church and denied services. If they denied science, they should be kicked out of facilities that specialize in science, including medicine, until they stop spouting their lies. It's exactly what they would do.

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u/Open_Progress2715 13d ago

The thing is, non-religious people are still welcome in (most) churches.

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u/fearhs 13d ago

They don't even have to stop lying. You want to be a hypocrite and keep spewing antivax bullshit? Go right ahead, as long as you actually got vaccinated. But if you refuse to take a very minor measure to protect yourself and others, you should not be able to take up a hospital bed needed by someone who isn't actively spreading a disease because of their own selfishness.

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u/PM_ME_UR_RESPECT 13d ago

Covid is a man of the people

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u/Monoby 13d ago

Before it actually became a threat, yeah.

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u/The_Easter_Egg 13d ago

Technically, she didn't say she wanted Covid, only that she wanted the vaccine less than the illness. By her logic, the vaccine is the greater of two evils. 😶

Of course she acted very foolish and irresponsible. Nevertheless, I wish her well. I don't want anyone to suffer from Covid.

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u/magichotpotato 13d ago

She didn’t say she wanted it she said she would rather

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u/gainzdr 13d ago

Saying you’d rather have one thing than the other needn’t imply that either are desirable.

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u/ejs5494 13d ago

Lol still profoundly idiotic considering one makes the other far less impactful. Likely would’ve had little to no symptoms if she used her brain instead of buying unfounded conspiracy bullshit

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u/Whayne_Kerr 13d ago

Thoughts maybe, but no prayers.

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u/VaginaPoetry 13d ago All-Seeing Upvote

My thoughts are why the hell is she allowed at the hospital?

Stay at home and shake some rattles over yourself or whatever...but if you don't believe in science, don't infest our hospitals...they do science there.

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u/pomaj46809 13d ago

There is a part of me that feels like we'll never advance as a species if we keep letting people like that survive their own bad choices.

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u/B4sicks 13d ago

If you make a bad choice, you should be given the chance to change when experiencing the consequences. Some of these choices are really bad, but you can't deny someone the chance to learn because there's nowhere to correctly place the Idiot Line.

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u/kevingharvey 12d ago

Exactly. Advancing as a society depends on the ability to learn, not the ability to die.

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u/Haploid-life 12d ago

But those that won't change are more likely to die.

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u/mefaun 12d ago

We are all going to die eventually, so mind as well change, or "learn" in this case.

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u/Schlangee 13d ago

I hope that this part of you isn’t the stronger one. Doesn’t matter if someone got a vaccine or not, they are still a human being and should be treated accordingly. Medicine must be available for everyone, even if they don’t believe in it. Ask medical personnel. It’s part of their work ethics.

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u/DreamedJewel58 13d ago edited 13d ago

Except that’s just very dangerous thinking. Everyone has the right to healthcare, as doctors take the Hippocratic Oath for a reason

Are you saying you don’t want to treat people to went skateboarding and broke their leg for a stunt? Treat an overdose? Let suicides happen because it’s their own “bad choice?” People in an accident because they didn’t see the car behind them as they changed lanes? Felons who get seriously injured or sick? A kid who got too curious and accidentally broke a bone? Smokers who get lung cancer because of their habit? Gay people who willingly had sex during the AIDS crisis?

Every person has the right to healthcare: PERIOD

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u/DankNastyAssMaster 13d ago

It's never too late to work towards fixing that problem. Start with banning anti-vaxxers from hospitals.

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u/verybadassery 13d ago

100% I’m all on board if you don’t want the vaccine…but don’t you dare walk into a hospital asking them to save your life with modern medicine if that’s the opinion that you hold and endanger them because of it.

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u/Marksman00048 13d ago

But if the vaccine works so well nobody at the hospital has to worry as long as they got poked. /s

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u/velocity010 13d ago

I understand your rhetoric emotionally, but yet I disagree.

This is a learning moment for that person, it's generally better if people have those than that they die for their own stupidity.

Just because they are, nay acted stupid does not mean I have to withold my consideration and empathy.

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u/ReasonablyConfused 13d ago

And anyone can catch COVID from a stupid person. Forcing them to wander around their community rather than be in a hospital will cause more net harm.

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u/TSP-FriendlyFire 13d ago

This is a learning moment for that person, it's generally better if people have those than that they die for their own stupidity.

But will they actually learn? From what I can tell, most do not. They'll whine and ask for help and tell everyone who'll listen how much it all sucks and woe is them, but actually making the connection "maybe I should've taken the vaccine instead of acting like a childish petulant idiot"? Far from guaranteed.

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u/acctnumba2 13d ago

And you are the more people we need in this world, not the ones who feel superior for picking the ‘better’ side

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u/velocity010 13d ago

Well I've done my fair share of stupid things, some of them would have been quite fatal without the outcome I had.

I also think that a ideological " I told you so" in any way shape or form does more harm than good and is said more for the feeling of superiority then for love of the actual person.

It makes people double down on their limited perspective out of spite and alienation.
It also makes true discussion impossible on an emotional level.

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u/NotIdiotInCar 13d ago

I completely agree with you. They are stupid and in the wrong but it is not right to not let someone in the hospital for it especially when some hospitals are not as overwhelmed as they were at the beginning of covid

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u/ScruffsMcGuff 13d ago

I just don't feel comfortable allowing anyone to make the distinction of "No, these people aren't allowed to have medical care. They need to die."

I work at a hospital, I'm as fully vaccinated as you can get (if I wasn't I wouldn't be allowed to work at the hospital anymore, obviously). But I couldn't in good conscience agree with anything that might condemn someone to possibly dying even if they're 150% in the wrong.

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u/qcree13 13d ago

I agree, unfortunately I have taken care of a lot of patients who still want to argue that the vaccine is stupid and pointless. This is while they can't eat because taking off the oxygen mask for that brief moment drops 02 rates to the 70s. Some people will not change their mind no matter what.

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u/Prime157 13d ago

I have those sentiments a lot. I keep coming to this cycle of thoughts when I reflect on your question, "why the hell is she allowed at the hospital?"

First, I remember that many medical professionals have pledged to take care of the sick regardless of who, what, why, and how. I also think that's important. However, that means these antivaxx hypocrites should also be treated.

Next, I remember that a lot of the antivaxx crowd likes to scream "personal responsibility" at other people when it comes to specific topics (for example, abortion).

Which basically leads me to the conclusion that they're hypocrites who didn't take their personal responsibility to stay home from the hospital. It's not the hospital's fault, and so "allowing them in" should be revered.

We shouldn't be asking why they're allowed in. We should be reminding them and their ilk that they're failing in the personal responsibility area.

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u/Schlangee 13d ago

holy fucking shit, Social Darwinism alarm bells be ringing. They are still humans, no matter what they believe. This is the complete opposite of medical ethics.

Oh and something else: if they get cured by the exact same thing they didn’t believe in, maybe they will in the future.

To clarify this: In my opinion, vaccines are important and everyone should take their recommended ones.

A true Reddit moment.

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u/BigBOFH 13d ago

Lots of people go to the hospital because of stupid choices they made, though. (See, e.g., r/WinStupidPrizes) I'm pretty glad we don't live in a a society where the hospital gets to decide whether to give you emergency care or not based on whether they think you "deserve" whatever is wrong with you.

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u/ecky--ptang-zooboing 13d ago

Yeah, thoughts like: Will we give her the Darwin award this year?

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u/katet_of_19 13d ago

This actually gets the more targeted r/HermanCainAward

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u/ProminentLocalPoster 13d ago

Yeah, this is pretty much a textbook Herman Cain Award nomination set of tweets.

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u/tropicbrownthunder 13d ago

I think she's a star in r/CovIdiots

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u/MortLightstone 13d ago

so much competition for that nowadays....

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u/AlexDavid1605 13d ago

Oh, there's a prayer: for her to get the Herman Cain Award...

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u/No-Translator-4584 13d ago

Oh I spit out my Pinot Grigio (Greek salad & sardines for lunch) from your comment.

My first spit take and no one was here to see it!!

Thank you.

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u/r3dditor12 13d ago

If her circle of friends are anything like her, they probably don't have the ability to think. So thoughts might be out of the question.

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u/Zebracorn42 13d ago

My prayers aren’t gonna do jack shit cause I don’t believe in fairytales.

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u/mmcmonster 13d ago

How about a prayer that she is not taking a hospital bed from someone who needs it?

Or a prayer that she doesn't infect a hospital worker?

Or a prayer that she has to pay for it out of pocket, so that other people don't have to pay for her hospitalization?

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u/creatingastorm 13d ago Silver All-Seeing Upvote

Welp - here it is! A post I created over a year ago reposted! It’s even got my half arsed attempts to cover the details!

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u/NickWrightData 13d ago

Do you know what happened to her? I need Act III

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u/creatingastorm 13d ago

If I remember from the original post someone shared a link to her social because - she’s was fine and proud to be internet famous

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u/miauguau44 13d ago

So, no r/DarwinAwards ?

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u/tasteywheat 13d ago edited 13d ago

These actually get filed under /r/HermanCainAward

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u/Okdevcon 13d ago

I was thinking r/leopardsatemyface but you’re right

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u/thenewyorkgod 13d ago

haha actually its /r/HermanCainAward/

Hermain Cain is unrelated!

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u/SourceLover 13d ago

What about the r/HemanCameAward ? How does one get that?

Asking for a friend.

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u/Obscene_farmer 13d ago

HEEEEYYYEEEEYYEEYEEEYYYYYY

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u/phrygianDomination 13d ago

Did some googling. She survived and recovered. Her profile is still active

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u/DankNastyAssMaster 13d ago

So in other words, evidence-based medicine saved her life and thereby allowed her to continue opposing the use of evidence-based medicine.

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u/snowystormz 13d ago

probably still hasnt updated that profile pic either...

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u/RebootItAgain 13d ago

Sorry, I'm out of prayers at the moment. Hoping to have them back in stock by funeral time.

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u/FunkyPockets 13d ago

The supply chain issues are affecting everything these days.

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u/StateOfContusion 13d ago

Apparently her god wanted her to experience this.

Wonder what else He has in store for her and if she’ll learn anything from it.

I kid, of course. I have little doubt she’ll learn nothing.

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u/kinkva 13d ago

God gave us free will to be dumb.

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u/Ashoem 13d ago

I don’t understand how we have free will if everything that happens is gods plan.

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u/robywar 13d ago

Because God can't be all knowing if free will exists. If he knew what every person would do forever when he snapped his fingers or whatever then he chose your fate then.

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u/kewlkidmgoo 13d ago

Yeah there is a sect of Christianity that believes this. Calvinism is the belief that God already knew who was going to Heaven and Hell when he created everything. But here’s their loophole in logic that still allows for free will. The people who will get into Heaven, are so good that even with free will, they would never choose to do anything that would damn them to hell. And if you aren’t among God’s chosen, then it doesn’t matter how good you were during your lifetime. You were doomed from the start. Not a very kind and merciful god, huh?

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u/robywar 13d ago

Like when I ask pro-lifers if an aborted fetus just gets an express ticket to heaven and they say no, because they weren't baptized. So why worship such a monster who'd torment a fetus for eternity because of a decision they had nothing to do with? Never get a good answer there.

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u/HuaRong 13d ago edited 13d ago

Christians: God can be omniscient AND you can have free will because he's god, duh!

Edit: before -> because

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u/quaybored 13d ago

God is omnipotent and created the universe, and yet still worries that you might decide to get a vaccination

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u/Scary-Peace6087 13d ago Wholesome

Free will is an illusion. Our reality is governed by money.

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u/ItCat420 13d ago

Wait... so you’ll think she will learn a lesson?

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u/MaximusTheGreat 13d ago

No no, he has little doubt that she'll learn nothing.

If he had a lot of doubt that she'd learn nothing, that would mean he thinks she'll learn a lesson. But he has little doubt, meaning he thinks she'll learn nothing.

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u/ItCat420 13d ago

Little doubt that she will learn nothing, heavily implies that they believe they will learn something.

This is being overly pedantic however, I knew what the OP meant, I was just being an ass.

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u/TouchingMarvin 13d ago

Yeah I always wondered this. If what happens to us is God's intention why are we praying for God to deliver us from unpleasant stuff?

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u/FrostieTheSnowman 13d ago

It's like crying Uncle when your brother is kicking your ass lol

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u/tidus1980 13d ago

CONGRATULATIONS You won your preferred first choice.

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u/No_Zookeepergame_788 13d ago

No sympathy. When she gets out she'll rail on and on about how covid is survivable and she didn't need the vaccine.

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u/Beowulf1896 13d ago

And if she doesn't survive, she isn't posting. Survivorship Bias.

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u/DankNastyAssMaster 13d ago

"No anti-vaxxers have ever regretted not getting the vaccine (because they died)."

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u/Edexote 13d ago

She'll come out of ER with quite a bill, though. Much cheaper to take a shot.

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u/samettinho 13d ago

she may survive the covid but not the bill

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u/R-T-O-B 13d ago

Thank you Lord for granting her this humbling experience that she requested, Amen.

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u/poopellar 13d ago

Humbling? Her mind probably already found some convoluted reasoning for as to why this is still the vaccine's fault. Can't expect people who willfully ignore logic to think logically.

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u/BrucieThePerturbed 13d ago

"If people hadn't vaccinated unnaturally our natural immunity would have convinced COVID to transform into a regular cold and I'd have been fine!"

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u/CartographerOk5391 13d ago

I'm confused. Why pray? It's what she wanted, right?

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u/MistaCharisma 13d ago

I remember years ago they did a study to see if prayer worked to help terminally ill patients recover.

Since placebo usually has some positive effect you'd think that prayer would be at least as effective as placebo, but the opposite was true. Regardless of the patient's beliefs (religious or atheist) they found that those who knew that someone was praying for them were more likely to die. The theory is that the patients were worried about the people praying instead of putting their efforts into their own survival. Regardless of the reason, the outcome was that patients who had people praying for them (and knew about it) were more likely to die.

TLDR: Pray for her :)

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u/xrebxbiex 13d ago

Don't give her a thing. Best to ignore those who want attention and let them dry up like raisins in the sun.

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u/UncleGhost399 13d ago

Let me check…nope, fresh out of moments.

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u/Joey_BagaDonuts57 13d ago

If laughing is a kind of praying then I'm doing it hard.

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u/Vac_65 13d ago

Be careful what you wish.

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u/icaphoenix 13d ago

You have 2 wishes remaining

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u/Panda-Equivalent 13d ago

What's the word for that? Oh yeah, karma.

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u/RepresentativeNice22 13d ago

Is the Herman Cain subreddit still active?

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u/SmuglySly 13d ago

Do we have an update? Did the thoughts and prayers work or did she succumb to her own inaction?

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u/Intrepid-Progress228 13d ago

r/hermancainaward doesn't need any more candidates.

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u/feelinlucky7 13d ago

“God helps those who help themselves.”

Vaccine was the help, and you turned it down.

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u/Any-Variation4081 13d ago

Nope maybe the snowflake should pull up her bootstraps and stop letting her immune system be so lazy. She had the same opportunities as everyone else and didn't take them.

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u/PM_ur_boobies_pleez 13d ago

Achievement unlocked?

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u/Scumbag_Yardsale 13d ago

Congratulations!!!

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u/bluray420 13d ago

The lords name shall not be wasted , so I won’t be praying for you

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u/tarc0917 13d ago

Well well, if it isn't the consequences of my own actions.

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u/emeegee13 13d ago

This is what she wanted though

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u/TheAnchor22 13d ago

Maybe the hospital can do the world a favor and sterilize her before she can reproduce anymore idiots. This planet is at capacity.

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u/Cstix 13d ago

This is actually the appropriate moment for “Thoughts and prayers”… see how that doesn’t help

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u/AkshagPhotography 13d ago edited 13d ago

I got covid when there was no vaccine available and then I got covid again after taking the vaccine a year later. I can say from personal experience : having covid AFTER taking the vaccine is just a bad 2 or 3 days BUT having covid BEFORE taking the vaccine was hell. I was as close to death as I could have been without dying for the whole 2 weeks

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u/VeniceRapture 13d ago

Why she in the hospital? Why didn't she go to the place that convinced her not to take the vaccine

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u/cturtl808 13d ago

That's the part that pisses me off the most. They don't trust the science of the vaccine but they damn sure show up at every ER when they catch it.

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u/AkaGurGor 13d ago

I pray that she dies

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u/mirkojax 13d ago

absolutely not! or she will thank god and not the doctors.

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u/HyperKitsune 13d ago

natural selection

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u/Current-Mission-5521 13d ago

I’ve had both. The vaccine is, by far, the easier and better choice.

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u/HurbleBurble 13d ago

Yep. Even after three vaccines, covid was awful. And I got long covid. I can't imagine what it would have been like without the vaccines.

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u/TheMainEffort 13d ago

I actually think I contracted covid while waiting for the booster shot. Some fuck nut came in without a mask and got in everyone's face asking about a test. A few days later I was sick af.

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u/Jimbo_themagnificent 13d ago

I work at a hospital and I concur with 99% of the people here that if you don't believe in getting vaccinated don't walk into my hospital once you've gotten Covid. We have a lot of old and immune deficient people in this building. And you're the type of person we're trying to protect them from. Go home and become a statistic.

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u/IAmVagisilly 13d ago

I went to a funeral for someone who didn’t get vaccinated. They told me they didn’t want the vaccine because they were medically fragile. 5 months later they got COVID and died.

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u/among_apes 13d ago

Because if the circles half of my family runs in I know quite a few antivaxx shit talkers who got their asses handed to them by Covid. Some died.

One left behind two teenage kids and a wife that is about to get remarried a year later. The other left behind four kids in their 20s and died a month before his only daughter’s wedding. And finally the one that really sticks out was a husband and wife couple in their mid 60s who both died within 2 weeks of each other. Everyone I mentioned was in their 50s and 60s. It’s freaking bananas.

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u/lynnm59 13d ago

I am 63 and would die myself rather than infect someone else. We're not all awful. I'm so sorry for your losses.

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u/JakeLikesStuff 13d ago

Almost the exact same thing happened with mom. And then she died in December. We were no longer close though because of her kooky beliefs so no real loss. She got what her and every other anti-vaxxer deserves. What’s annoying is she brainwashed my mentally challenged half brother in to thinking of he got it would fuck with his epilepsy and kill him. Mind you my wife is epileptic and is obviously fine having had the vaccine and boosters but he’s so far down the rabbit hole he can’t be convinced otherwise. It’s a shame the virus took good people from us but I’d be fine if it took more of these morons with it. (not referring to my half brother as a moron, he’s a unique problem, but still)

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u/Blue_Water_Bound 13d ago

It drives me crazy that despite a literal mountain of data showing the how deadly the virus is and how safe vaccines are, people still get it backwards.

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u/ChampionshipLow8541 13d ago

Take ‘how deadly the virus is and how safe vaccines are’ and replace it with any of the following phrases: - ‘that the Earth is a sphere’ - ‘that the election was not stolen’ - ‘that Trump is a grifter and notorious liar’ - ‘that other countries actually enjoy much more true personal freedom than the US’ - ‘that JFK Jr. will mot return from the dead and pick Trump as his running mate’

The list is endless. A huge chunk of the population lives in a constant state of denial and ignorance.

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u/Rdw72777 13d ago

The martyr we need lol.

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u/deactivate_iguana 13d ago

Very nice of her to rid the world of her stupidity.

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u/FightingtheGravity03 13d ago

Pears and tots.

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u/Zestyclose_Minute_69 13d ago

Nope. No prayers but I’ve got some thoughts you can have. None of them are good…

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u/Sir_Scizor20 13d ago

I'm disappointed nobody hit her with the "this you" with a screen shot.

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u/To_Be_Faiiirrr 13d ago

No. You wanted this. Congratulations

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u/DownvoteKink 13d ago

Haha, she's so stupid. I got the covid vaccine AND covid with pneumonia! Get on my level, woman!

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u/jaycliche 13d ago

Why bother with ER when you have prayer and god on your side? Since you were testing god with the vaccine why not continue testing god. The bible says you should test god as much as possible....it's kinda what the whole book is about! /s

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u/EquivalentPut5616 13d ago

I would Rather be rich than broke.

Tell Me When it works.

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u/ImTheVoiceOfRaisin 13d ago

I personally spent the last 2+ years of my life working on these vaccines - working harder than I ever have in my career. I can’t possibly have less sympathy for these people.

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u/TheMedicineManUK 13d ago

Unpopular opinion - I’m an atheist but that’s not the reason I won’t be praying for you.

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u/DizzyedUpGirl 13d ago

Well good, she got her wish.

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u/Grand_Cauliflower_88 13d ago

Must be gods will you suffer. If only he endowed humans with the knowledge of how to deal with disease. Oh well gather your family n make them sick. Don't worry they have a immune system just like you.

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u/imagrill123 13d ago

Interesting, I didn’t have to go to the ER when I got the Covid vaccine 🤷‍♀️

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u/Thisisthewaymando187 13d ago

Uh yeah thoughts and prayers for your recovery ❤️‍🩹 both from covid and stupidity, your body your choice right 😂

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u/1ClevelandSteamer4u 13d ago

Currently have Covid. Am triple vaxxed. Wouldn’t wish this on anybody but MAGAots.

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u/Mr3k 13d ago

This person made a mistake and misjudged a situation even if all the signs were there to take the vaccine. They were in the hospital with a life threatening disease. If this was current, they would absolutely have my prayers and I'd sincerely hope they get better.

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u/karillia 13d ago

Oops, don't have time

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u/Winnimae 13d ago

Weirdly, today I just don’t have a moment

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u/Nick_The_Judge 13d ago

I mean she asked for it so…

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u/Leolily1221 13d ago

It would only have taken a moment to get the vaccine

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u/BlaznTheChron 13d ago

I walked into the CBD shop yesterday to buy dog treats cause my dog is old. So the guy at the counter immediately starts talking about how he just removed the protective barrier near the register. Then starts mentioning how he's an engineer and how he knows the particles are too big or some shit, basically saying how masks don't work.

I said nothing to initiate this, I asked the man for dog treats. He proceeds to tell me how he doesn't believe in Covid and in the same sentence tells me he caught it twice. I don't know what about my appearance told this man he could confide in me about this, but it was very awkward to say the least. I just smiled and nodded and left after my purchase. People are nuts.

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u/TheMainEffort 13d ago

The particles are... too big... to be stopped by the mask. Does he think they just fucking bust through? Swol as bodybuilding virus just rips apart the mask and gets out.

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u/AidenArcadia 13d ago

My uncle died from Covid-related pneumonia. Anti-vaxer. Family asked for prayers. He still died. More than likely, the vaccination would have saved his life.

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u/cturtl808 13d ago

I'm sorry for your loss and what you've had to endure as part of that loss.

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u/Primary-Fee1928 13d ago

Ah, another Twitter repost from a 200 days old account that suddenly started to post massively. I think I see a pattern here.

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u/Homer4a10 13d ago

I pray you stay in that ER long enough to think about your life choices

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u/TheTangoFox 13d ago

Everyone thinks cups are cumbersome until they take a fastball to the nuts...

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u/eDave 13d ago

Can you really tweet from ER, in your condition?

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u/StephenJames81 13d ago

Nah, fresh outta moments for ya. Good luck though 👌🏻

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u/Shuriken1302 13d ago

If it weren’t for the pneumonia she’d probably just be off at home for a week

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u/davegewd 13d ago

What exactly would I pray about? She got exactly what she said she wanted. Should I pray that in the future, she doesn't get what she wants? Gimme a break

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u/Practical_Animator34 13d ago

Be careful what you wish for 😉

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u/minnesotajersey 13d ago

No prayers would be needed for a vaccine.

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u/draconus72 13d ago

How's the saying go, " Be careful what you wish for..."?

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u/Cremmitquad69 13d ago

Na, you got what you wanted 🤣

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u/Hiveey 13d ago

Good

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u/Valuable-Baked 13d ago

We prayed for her and she got what she wanted, what more does she need prayers for now

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u/chrispierrebacon 13d ago

Anti-vaxxers dying of covid is natural selection.

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u/Person899887 13d ago

I literally don’t understand people who don’t want the covid vaccine. It’s literally the same shit the virus is but less severe.

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u/RUN-PMT 13d ago

I have thoughts and prayers for her!

The thought is that she's a moron.

The prayer is that she didn't reproduce.

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u/saltheartedbarmaid 13d ago

I have covid right now, fully vaccinated and double boosted and I am in Hell. I cannot imagine what I would be going through had I not been vaccinated.

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u/Raul_P3 13d ago

I lost a coworker to covid back in 2021-- her family never took down the antivax shit she had previously put up on facebook.

Not sure if it just never dawned on them, or if they wanted to leave it up for the world to see.

They sure-as-shit did a gofundme to help support the kids she left behind, though.

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u/Delta_Goodhand 13d ago

No. God is busy making someone's sportsball team win.

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u/maralagosinkhole 13d ago

Convincing Republicans to not get vaccinated is a win all around for Republicans wanting to win elections. The infection can actually make people dumber...

https://medicine.wustl.edu/news/covid-19-infections-increase-risk-of-long-term-brain-problems/

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u/Random-User_1234 13d ago

You got what you asked for & still whining?

Your god has it all planned out. Medicine > Fairy tales!

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u/CompetitionFar734 13d ago edited 12d ago

They all want prayers when they're the ones who are ill. When it's a stranger it's always God's plan.

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u/pinkypipe420 13d ago

Sorry, all out of sympathy cards.

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u/8675309eyen 13d ago

These types of people are always prayer people

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u/bcnorth78 13d ago

Every Time a Covid Denier gets Covid, an Angel Gets their Wings.

Or something like that.

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u/Svengoolie75 13d ago

C’mon now Karen 🤦🏽‍♂️😆

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u/ConfusedKanye 13d ago

I thought you were asking for Covid 🥺🥺

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u/processingpowaa 13d ago

I will probably be downvoted for this, but a large part of me feels a great sadness at how aggressively people rejoice at this sort of thing. This is probably just a regular person who was fed lies and lives in an echo chamber of misunderstanding, and you have people basically hoping that she dies. Not a politician or malicious actor looking to grift people as far as I can tell. It can be difficult to climb out of things like that when you are surrounded on all sides by people who reinforce it. If you were raised in the church and are no longer religious, you may know what I mean.

This particular story had some pretty strong character development, and this person eventually tweeted out their regret at this point of view. She at least had the ability to realize and acknowledge her mistake, which is something many other people will double down on because that's easier than admitting to themselves that the thing they have made their identity about is a lie.

https://i.imgur.com/ntIl2Ib.jpg

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u/Fattydog 13d ago

In some ways I applaud your post. However, this person was one of the ‘influencers’, they broadcast their views to directly to try and influence others. Being proactively antivax means they are the problem and they are culpable I’m afraid.

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u/biz_reporter 13d ago

I was wondering how it ended for her. Good to see she learned a lesson after surviving. What's sad is that so many people didn't. And what made me so angry last year and still somewhat so was the danger they put us all in. My mother had cancer and despite the vaccine, she was afraid to leave the house. Her last 2 years of life were spent at home with my dad caring for her. In her final months thanks to the vaccine, she at least got to spend a little time with family again before passing in October. All she wanted was to make it through December to have the holidays with the family. She almost made it. However, she needed a procedure in September that she couldn't get because the hospitals were limiting surgeries. As a result, she took a turn for the worst. So these assholes who refused to take the pandemic seriously robbed me of time with my mother. I owe them nothing.

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u/Yyc1974 13d ago

Dear God, thank you for karma