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Shkreli ordered to return $64M, is barred from drug industry


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u/Reutermo Jan 14 '22

It is free by law here in Sweden. Have been since the 60s.


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u/biggestbroever Jan 14 '22

If this is communist california, sign me up


u/Saith_Cassus Jan 15 '22

No, it’s far worse…. socialism!!!

I heard from Tucker that this can only mean the death of America if we don’t charge people a fee for being born with a genetic condition that can’t be cured and can only be treated daily.


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u/CalamityJane0215 Jan 15 '22

How is that relevant?


u/TuckBigFech Jan 15 '22

If you eat yourself into a disease then pay for the treatment lol.


u/Saith_Cassus Jan 15 '22

“Hold on, which sort of diabetic are you? It’s very important to determining whether or not you’re going to go into crushing medical debt that you can never escape from! Hold on, we’ve got another patient.

What’s that? You had a workplace accident and lost your finger? Well, that’s on you, buddy. Yeah— shouldn’t have worked for a place that was violating OSHA. So you’re fully responsible for that one. Personal accountability and whatnot. Anyway, sue them and see how it goes, only way you’ll get paid. Oh, mandatory arbitration clause? With a judge of their choice? Oof. Real tough. Anyway, here’s the bill you will be 100% responsible for.”


u/Shark7996 Jan 15 '22

It's only "fair". /s

What's with all these people obsessed with deciding who does and does not deserve help. Like how does it affect you personally?