Dale Hansen Unhinged — You Don’t Care Enough About the Virus
Despite living for decades neglecting his own personal health, Dale Hansen is now extremely concerned about health and longevity.
Not his own health, of course, but everybody else’s health.
He’s so concerned in fact, he wants society to revolve around a new health and lifestyle fad.
It’s a concept where everyone’s life is controlled by decree from the governor. Meanwhile the governor is getting advised by people making money off of said health fad. It’s really scientific. If you don’t agree, it’s because you’re anti-science.
DALLAS — The Big Ten decided Wednesday to start playing football next month. Apparently their problems with the virus have been fixed, and I’d really like to know how.
What has possibly changed? The Big Ten’s university presidents voted 11 to 3 last month to shut their fall sports down.
Forty-three days after shutting it down, they somehow do. The vote Wednesday to play was unanimous with Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren saying, “We are so much more prepared than we were 43 days ago.”
But are you really?
This is the problem we have in America. The virus continues to spread. A thousand a day continue to die. Many of you don’t care and those who should, don’t have a clue.
Perhaps Dale is unaware, but he is extremely obese.
And look, I get it. He’s an older man. I get this happens, older men put on weight. But for a fat guy to condescendingly tell me what I need to do with my life because a thousand people a day are supposedly dying from this cold virus (huge lie) is absurd.
Every day, obesity kills way more people than this cold virus. And yet, we have an obese TV man in his backyard talking loudly at us, instructing us to worry about the cold and saying we can’t have a society so long as people are dying from the cold. The motion of his jowl next to that Hawaiian shirt was giving me so much anxiety I couldn’t even finish the video
If a 1,300lb guy had a TV show and started lecturing everyone about how they weren’t doing enough for the current health crisis, would that finally be too much for people to take seriously?
I feel like we’re basically already there.