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A Growing Concern20-08-2022 20:29
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I remember several years ago laughing at the absurd suggestion that poker players be referred to as "athletes."

Just the other day, I was made aware of something even more absurd, except it wasn't funny. Our government is apparently not satisfied with NOAA's standing as a non-value-added propaganda arm that spreads disinformation to We the People at the behest of a tyrannical government. At some point our government declared NOAA to be military, to bolster their standing.



The manner in which this was brought to my attention is what put this issue into a rather grim focus for me. I met up with someone at a military medical facility to discuss certain matters of business when I noticed another man enter the facility wearing what looked like an Iraqi soldier uniform (except in Navy blue) with "NOAA Corps" on the chest pocket. I thought it rather absurd that NOAA would even have uniforms, when I noticed that this individual was given military priority at the pharmacy over all other military retirees and active duty military who happened to be wearing civilian clothes. He went right to the front of the (long) line at a military pharmacy. NOAA. Front of the line. Military facility.



Who knew?

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21-08-2022 00:36
SwanProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
I remember several years ago laughing at the absurd suggestion that poker players be referred to as "athletes."

Just the other day, I was made aware of something even more absurd, except it wasn't funny. Our government is apparently not satisfied with NOAA's standing as a non-value-added propaganda arm that spreads disinformation to We the People at the behest of a tyrannical government. At some point our government declared NOAA to be military, to bolster their standing.



The manner in which this was brought to my attention is what put this issue into a rather grim focus for me. I met up with someone at a military medical facility to discuss certain matters of business when I noticed another man enter the facility wearing what looked like an Iraqi soldier uniform (except in Navy blue) with "NOAA Corps" on the chest pocket. I thought it rather absurd that NOAA would even have uniforms, when I noticed that this individual was given military priority at the pharmacy over all other military retirees and active duty military who happened to be wearing civilian clothes. He went right to the front of the (long) line at a military pharmacy. NOAA. Front of the line. Military facility.



Who knew?

.


His order was ready as he got a call, you were waiting to yell for more tranquilizers


This place is quieter than the FBI commenting on the chink bank account information on Hunter Xiden's laptop

I LOVE TRUMP BECAUSE HE PISSES OFF ALL THE PEOPLE THAT I CAN'T STAND.

ULTRA MAGA

Now be honest, was I correct or was I correct? LOL
21-08-2022 18:39
GasGuzzler
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IBdaMann wrote:
I remember several years ago laughing at the absurd suggestion that poker players be referred to as "athletes."

Just the other day, I was made aware of something even more absurd, except it wasn't funny. Our government is apparently not satisfied with NOAA's standing as a non-value-added propaganda arm that spreads disinformation to We the People at the behest of a tyrannical government. At some point our government declared NOAA to be military, to bolster their standing.



The manner in which this was brought to my attention is what put this issue into a rather grim focus for me. I met up with someone at a military medical facility to discuss certain matters of business when I noticed another man enter the facility wearing what looked like an Iraqi soldier uniform (except in Navy blue) with "NOAA Corps" on the chest pocket. I thought it rather absurd that NOAA would even have uniforms, when I noticed that this individual was given military priority at the pharmacy over all other military retirees and active duty military who happened to be wearing civilian clothes. He went right to the front of the (long) line at a military pharmacy. NOAA. Front of the line. Military facility.



Who knew?

.


This might be an even bigger joke, complete with commissioned officers fully deserving of your salute.

https://usphs.gov/


Studies show that if you force several tubs of peanut butter down the throats of newborns, in some cases it could potentially be toxic. In cities where infant-PB-stuffing is more common, infant deaths increased by over 47% with corresponding increases in dead-infant obesity.. -IBdaMann
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Edited on 21-08-2022 18:41




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