Canadian Nostradamus RE Covid

Juro

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Wrong area, but he nailed it. Got the original video?
 

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If you agree with this guy, make sure you don't get vaccinated and go out in public as much as possible!
 

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its almost everyone sans some pockets in the south
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I mean whether Libs want to admit it or not, everything he said is correct so far. You can argue number of deaths all day long, sure, but the rest can’t be. It’s exactly what has happened
 
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If you agree with this guy, make sure you don't get vaccinated and go out in public as much as possible!
And most people who aren’t as old as dirt will get the virus and be over it within a week. Natural immunity most likely beats the vaccine. That’s the best advice I’ve heard from you in awhile.
 
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I mean whether Libs want to admit it or not, everything he said is correct so far. You can argue number of deaths all day long, sure, but the rest can’t be. It’s exactly what has happened
The vaccine definitely helps with the older population but it isn’t going to save many lives with the younger population. The risk just isn’t there unless it somehow mutates for the worst which I doubt it does.
 
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The vaccine definitely helps with the older population but it isn’t going to save many lives with the younger population. The risk just isn’t there unless it somehow mutates for the worst which I doubt it does.
Absolutely. Realistically, over time, it’ll be different shitty versions of the flu that will affect people differently
 

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The vaccine definitely helps with the older population but it isn’t going to save many lives with the younger population. The risk just isn’t there unless it somehow mutates for the worst which I doubt it does.
You realize that’s exactly what’s it’s doing. Where do you guys come up with this shit?
 
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I gave a false report, that I'm not Covid vaccinated to the DHHS survey the other day (allegedly). I hope they don't extrapolate my answer to determine that a larger percentage haven't been vaccinated.

She asked me the question about covid weird, so first I told her yes, then she got confused, then I told her no. Then she gave me a date timeframe again, and I was like I don't know. Do I need to be vaccinated twice, she said no. Then I said no I haven't been vaccinated. I have been, but I enjoyed the fvckery (allegedly).
 

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The vaccine definitely helps with the older population but it isn’t going to save many lives with the younger population. The risk just isn’t there unless it somehow mutates for the worst which I doubt it does.

You realize that’s exactly what’s it’s doing. Where do you guys come up with this shit?

This is mainly for Mr. Cash, who I greatly respect for the ability to slightly change his opinion over time. That is a lost art or skill.

The whole point of the vaccine push is partly to limit the spread, but mainly to reduce the chance for "delta" becoming "gamma or 'zeta'," simply because the more the virus remains in circulation, the more likely it is to mutate further. I honestly don't know if the vaccines will/can work, even with 100% vaccination rates for those that could get it vaccinated.

I gave a false report, that I'm not Covid vaccinated to the DHHS survey the other day (allegedly). I hope they don't extrapolate my answer to determine that a larger percentage haven't been vaccinated.

She asked me the question about covid weird, so first I told her yes, then she got confused, then I told her no. Then she gave me a date timeframe again, and I was like I don't know. Do I need to be vaccinated twice, she said no. Then I said no I haven't been vaccinated. I have been, but I enjoyed the fvckery (allegedly).

@Jaemekon You're still really weird. Do you think this flip-flopping helped anything? Would it possibly be better for you to make sense to the rest of the world and this message board rather than confuse us all?
 

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This is mainly for Mr. Cash, who I greatly respect for the ability to slightly change his opinion over time. That is a lost art or skill.

The whole point of the vaccine push is partly to limit the spread, but mainly to reduce the chance for "delta" becoming "gamma or 'zeta'," simply because the more the virus remains in circulation, the more likely it is to mutate further. I honestly don't know if the vaccines will/can work, even with 100% vaccination rates for those that could get it vaccinated.



@Jaemekon You're still really weird. Do you think this flip-flopping helped anything? Would it possibly be better for you to make sense to the rest of the world and this message board rather than confuse us all?

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The weird stays from week to week.

Science bitches will be fine, there is no need for me to help their research with accurate responses (allegedly). Unless they suck at their job, in that case...

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what people aren't talking about/don't want you to know is that HCQ is over twice as effective as the vaccine, when given per rectum. why Trump developed and rolled out an ineffective vaccine is beyond me (Operation Warp Speed a huge failure) but fortunately nearly 80% of the population is still on HCQ including myself, Hankster, Nebyank, and CL. this is keeping deaths down bigly.
 
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