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    HuffPost HighlineJesselyn Cook7/24/2118 min
    15 reads5 comments
    8.8
    HuffPost Highline
    15 reads
    8.8
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    • jeff
      ScoutScribe
      2 months ago

      Reading this felt a bit like watching an episode of Jerry Springer. It's hard to look away from a train wreck and it is interesting how people get sucked into these vortexes of misinformation, but these do seem like rather extreme examples and I don't think it's a healthy thing to focus on for too long.

      If you're capable of believing that you need to flee your home because a vaccinated person is shedding toxins, I feel like it was probably only a matter of time before you fell for something at least as ridiculous. Or maybe even more likely there is some kind of underlying mental health condition which just makes these stories even sadder.

      • Pegeen
        Reading streakScoutScribe
        2 months ago

        I did not want to read this article based on your comment but got caught on the run away train - mind blowing!

    • jpclem012 months ago

      Speechless. Incredibly sad. Is this what a modern “Dark Ages” looks like?

      • Pegeen
        Reading streakScoutScribe
        2 months ago

        Great question.

    • Pegeen
      Reading streakScoutScribe
      2 months ago

      This was a completely engrossing read. As much as I was disheartened, I couldn’t stop. It’s so hard to imagine such a turnaround in a person’s personality. What was equally horrifying was Lucy having to deal with her husband’s mental decline while going through her own devastating ordeal with breast cancer - all too overwhelming. And sad.