[Ed. Note: Maybe… Just maybe… They have an IQ over 11, and they realize that it’s almost statistically impossible for a younger person under 450 pounds to die of this hoax unless they’re stupid enough to be walking into a New York hospital and agreeing to be put on a ventilator.]
from Zero Hedge
Many older millennials might remember the furor over “Rainbow Parties” back in the late 1990s/early 2000s. We’re not going to get into all the details of this peculiar-sounding “youth culture trend” – the only thing that’s really relevant to our discussion is that these lurid stories horrified parents and – as it turns out – were completely, entirely made-up.
And so it is with the latest COVID-19 related outrage: comments from Tuscaloosa City Councilor Sonya McKinstry, who warned that bored college and high school students in her district were throwing “COVID Parties” where everybody hangs out with somebody who has the virus, and they all place bets on who tests positive first.
Thanks to the Internet, teenagers and young adults have been caught doing many extremely dumb things, like eating tidepods and whatnot.