Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Despite this being Tucker, the doctor who is talking to him and suggesting that people who have had covid should not be vaccinated, sounds very reasonable. He also likes to use the phrase "true, true, and unrelated", which, judging by Google search results, is quite a favorite among the medical community. Curiously, very little information online on how this phrase came about — which discipline introduced it and when. Earliest examples of usage I could find on Google Books are from early 1980s.

(don't know how long until youtube pulls this video down for copyright infringement)

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    This is bullshit, right? Immediately after the 1917 revolution education was in shambles. And there were still several years of the civil war to…

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    I was stumped by the asterisks in the second bleeped word. Could only think of hand, but that's not what it was. In any case, it's a perfectly…

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    Which/whose corporate interests is he talking about? Which corporations are interested in what? I am so confused.

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