It’s a perfect analogy.
No, it was dumb, dude. I was trying to be nice.
You’re blind to it.
And you hate that people are getting therapeutics and recovering swiftly with no “permanent damage”.
#1 Which is why the fire department comparision is accurate. You pay for the services and hope they will get there in time to save your life or home, just like getting sick with COVID and hope the hospital can do something in time to save your life or health. Better not to set your house on fire or get COVID to being with.
#2 He didn’t say “yard sprinklers”, he said “home sprinklers”. These are sprinklers installed inside the home to suppress fires as they start, not for watering the lawn.
Thank you for cutting in to speak for him by repeating that stupid paranoia-ridden analogy.
Last I checked this was an open forum and people comment on others comments all the time. Seems like if you don’t want public comments maybe I suggest you comment directly via PM so others don’t comment? Just a thought.
And actually it was an excellent analogy. Preventing fires is almost always better than letting fire rage and hope the Fire Department can get to you in time.
You could’ve just said you wanted my attention.
Yeah, like having a house that exceeds code in the first place, and knowing how to not catch the place on fire like a retard.
A stupid analogy to the therapeutics that have people back on their daily beat within a few days.
Y’all are simply bitter because it’s not what you want them to do.
Actually if he would have used the correct term “fire suppression system”, we all would know what the ■■■■ point he was trying to make.
And the unvaxxed 1000s dying in spite of treatment given.
4000 plus this month alone in Florida.
Turn that stupid TV off, Allan!
4000 unvaxxed dead in 21 days in Florida is a fact.
Sorry to rain on the therapeutics parade.
I am still amused at conservatives advocating for socialist health care and the cherry on top is relying on an expensive treatment instead of the much cheaper preventative.
@Bill.in.PA , how many months has the Kung Flu death toll been in the 600k range so far?
Advocate for both, mandate for none.
Right, as evidenced by the automatic poopooing of anything not involving a mandatory needle.
Talking about home fires and mentioning sprinkler systems is crystal clear, that’s a lot of horse ■■■■■