>Bill Gates, whose net worth is over $100 billion, once remarked that vaccines could reduce world population by 10 to 15 percent.6 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.
>Bill is a member of the ‘Big Club.’ He’s an unelected world leader. He and his fellow controllers at the top of the pyramid pretty much own the planet. It’s theirs. They want it turned into their own personal paradise. They don’t want more ‘useless eaters’ and more polluting humans mucking things up. That’s why Gates pushes GMO foods and 5G. The latter is a lot more concerning than the current coronavirus.
>The vaccine-obsessed Gates recently warned that the coronavirus may be the ‘once-in-a-century pathogen we’ve been worried about’ I doubt he’s worried about it at all. It’s probably all going according to plan. One of Gates’ allies will come up with a special vaccine that would cure it and who knows…maybe lawmakers will make such a shot mandatory. California has already accomplished that tyranny. We should have control over our own bodies and what goes into them, but the Big Club would turn us into their citizen cattle.
>The scientific, corporate, and political ‘authorities’ love vaccines. Through their propaganda they’ve made it seem as if the human immune system is no longer trusted–even though millions of years have been invested in its development. Suddenly, we’re told it needs endless help via needle jib jabs. The vaccine ingredients include mercury, aluminum, aborted fetal and animal cells, and a litany of other junk mostly ignored by doctors and patients alike. Just shut up and take your damn shot! You’re not anti-science, are you? That’s the militantly angry reaction from authorities when vaccinations are questioned.
I think the main reason is more that sales taxes are different not only on a per-state basis, but on a per-county basis. For companies that have multiple locations it's easier to add tax at the register.
Also if you live in the US and want to buy virtual stuff cheaper, give your address as something in Delaware or Oregon, they don't have sales tax.
>>16995>Also if you live in the US and want to buy virtual stuff cheaper, give your address as something in Delaware or Oregon, they don't have sales tax.
cool idea, i will do this from now on
this falls apart when you realize that even across a state or county different stores of the same chain will have items priced differently on shelves. theres no reason they couldn't fix the tag on the shelf to match what the register rings.
Yeah whatnot is a retarded
yeah I've done it on both steam and nintendo. make sure you get gift cards though instead of using your cc because if you use your cc they'll just default to your cc address>>17039
idk that's just what I read somewhere>>17042
shut the FUCK up i'm not whatmin and i'm not retarded