Vaccines are unbelievably good!

Jaemekon

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Greetings and welcome to this weeks episode of Covid karma. Our contestant today is @Bobfather. Bob caught the rona at the American legion hall post 483 in winser Nebraska. Ol bob refused the vaccine because he was convinced that there was a little microscopic hunter Biden in every needle.

let’s turn to Covid karma gore correspondent @Jaemekon for a play by play of the last breaths.

Jae: “thanks stain, and speaking of, you should have seen the bowel evacuation after the final death rattle. Nothing but cottage cheese and hot pockets. A memorable one. Now let’s go to @Huskermatt23 with an exclusive with the widow, Matt....”

matt: “thanks Jae, what an awful, but fitting end for such a remarkably trashy human piece of waste. I’m here with mrs. bobfather, Now ma’am, I see you’ve brought a few guests with you, were these young basketball players men inspired by your late husband?”

Mrs bob: “oh no, when we were going thru all of dear bobs belongings, we found several freight containers full of pornographic items depicting several young, athletic men, engaging in simultaneous intercourse with a woman suspiciously similar to myself. Im honoring ol boobie, it’s what he would have wanted “”

This seriously needs to happen

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So protect those most vulnerable. Stop trying to change everyone else and do what’s right for yourself. That’s a libertarian concept lost on authoritarian socialists, but I don’t need you making decisions for me.

This is a good idea to protect those most vulnerable, and also to do it based on the local discretion that considers the level of spread in each locality.

I guess I don't know how to do it, though, unless the people that need to interact with the most vulnerable are protected, and then the people that interact with those that need to interact with those that are most vulnerable are also protected. It's like a pyramid scheme of protection for the most vulnerable, but one where a large group of complainants argue that they aren't likely to have more than sniffles, so f' everyone else that is higher up on the pyramid.

It's as if this is a public health issue, where the most vulnerable are at the top of the pyramid, but the further you go down the pyramid, the more likely you are to have vaccine sceptics or people that only care that they or their family members don't have underlying health conditions.

I really wish I would have included "they want to control us" in my "dumbest newish things since covid" thread/poll last week.
 

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People we need around 80% of people vaccinated to reach herd immunity. You have vaccines that are 95% effective, safe, and are free to get. Why would you not do the right thing? Why would you not want to end the pandemic, and get things back to normal. It makes no sense to me. Why would you not want to protect your family, yourself and everyone around you. Common sense needs to happen. Quit looking at false narratives being spread on the internet and other media.
Because all of the right wing nut jobs where I work don't believe that Covid is real; however, they took 6 weeks off at the start of the pandemic because they were fearful of getting the virus. Since this individuals return to work they have missed more than another month of work due to contact tracing while on-the-job, refused to get the vaccine, and are now off work because they are infected. But hey, they are Patriots who support the Orange one, 2nd Amendment rights and personnel freedoms. They just aren't all that concerned with actually working for their paycheck.
 

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What's the downside to getting the vaccine? If you don't understand the science behind it, then ask people who are in the industry. It's really not that complicated.

If you're just not doing it because you don't want to then you're truly an idiot and there can be no common ground to have a discussion.
 

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"You can always count on americans to do the right thing... after they've tried everything else."

I hope churchill is right.
 

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That is what you took from the story? We all gotta die sometime?
My statement is far more accurate than the projected covid death rate and the pcr tests.
How many people just died while I'm typing this, how many woman were raped. How many little children were raped and molested by authority figures....
 

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Do you think the wife and 3 kids of the guy who recently died of covid wished maybe their dad/husband would have feared covid just a tad more since his death was preventable had he been vaccinated?
I think anyone who loses a loved one wishes things had worked out differently.
 
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Because all of the right wing nut jobs where I work don't believe that Covid is real; however, they took 6 weeks off at the start of the pandemic because they were fearful of getting the virus. Since this individuals return to work they have missed more than another month of work due to contact tracing while on-the-job, refused to get the vaccine, and are now off work because they are infected. But hey, they are Patriots who support the Orange one, 2nd Amendment rights and personnel freedoms. They just aren't all that concerned with actually working for their paycheck.
Took the two weeks off when and only when it was mandated under the threat of being tattled on (posted a sign on my doors that said 'closed due to government mandate', kid you not), had the Covid last September (pfft...), and otherwise have worked every day throughout the entire thing. Employees asked to stay home if and only if they were actually sick, some are vaccinated and some are not. Their decisions, not mine. Same with patients... we were down probably 20% last year 2020 (ppp grants made up for maybe 15% of those losses), elective procedures were rightly punted by I'm assuming at-risk individuals, which if they were was absolutely the right decision. Those vaccinated are coming out of the woodwork now, great for them, but otherwise I couldn't care less about their vaccinated status. And couldn't care less about Trump, glad he's gone, hope he stays gone, and hope Cuntmala f*cks our country beyond repair, frankly. The reason ppl refuse to vaccinate as of yet has everything to do with distrust in MSM and the federal gov't. They've given us countless reasons to have skepticism about ANYTHING they invest a modicum of time and effort in.
 

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Absolutely correct, we can't live our lives paralyzed by fear.
So, maybe explain to me this.

How does getting an extremely proven and safe shot being paralyzed by fear? Or wear a mask for 15 minutes at Costco?

Aren't the people afraid of "control" the real ones living in fear? They're terrified that if they give in just this time they'll suddenly be a pawn of the government? That's fear.
 

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So, maybe explain to me this.

How does getting an extremely proven and safe shot being paralyzed by fear? Or wear a mask for 15 minutes at Costco?

Aren't the people afraid of "control" the real ones living in fear? They're terrified that if they give in just this time they'll suddenly be a pawn of the government? That's fear.
We will not see eye to eye on this. We must agree to disagree

Go big Red!
 

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Took the two weeks off when and only when it was mandated under the threat of being tattled on (posted a sign on my doors that said 'closed due to government mandate', kid you not), had the Covid last September (pfft...), and otherwise have worked every day throughout the entire thing. Employees asked to stay home if and only if they were actually sick, some are vaccinated and some are not. Their decisions, not mine. Same with patients... we were down probably 20% last year 2020 (ppp grants made up for maybe 15% of those losses), elective procedures were rightly punted by I'm assuming at-risk individuals, which if they were was absolutely the right decision. Those vaccinated are coming out of the woodwork now, great for them, but otherwise I couldn't care less about their vaccinated status. And couldn't care less about Trump, glad he's gone, hope he stays gone, and hope Cuntmala f*cks our country beyond repair, frankly. The reason ppl refuse to vaccinate as of yet has everything to do with distrust in MSM and the federal gov't. They've given us countless reasons to have skepticism about ANYTHING they invest a modicum of time and effort in.
The distrust with MSM is an inflated symptom of the previous administration due to their constant lies about what was being reported (which was predominantly true).
 
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Nice deflection. How come you didn't answer my question?
I do not wear one all of the time
I also have made phone calls while driving
Sent a text message while driving, jumped out a perfectly good airplane, jump off of cliffs into bodies of water, had sex while driving, had sex in back seat while someone else was driving, should I go on. I wear a seat belt to avoid traffic ticket not because I'm afraid of dieing.
 
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I do not wear one all of the time
I also have made phone calls while driving
Sent a text message while driving, jumped out a perfectly good airplane, jump off of cliffs into bodies of water, had sex while driving, had sex in back seat while someone else was driving, should I go on. I wear a seat belt to avoid traffic ticket not because I'm afraid of dieing.
So when you wear a seat belt, does that mean you are living your life "paralyzed by fear?"

Because a seat belt is preventative, same as a vaccine.

Remember, you said we all gotta die sometime. But you wear a seat belt because you are choosing to try not to die that day. Same reason people choose to get the covid vaccine.
 

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So when you wear a seat belt, does that mean you are living your life "paralyzed by fear?"

Because a seat belt is preventative, same as a vaccine.

Remember, you said we all gotta die sometime. But you wear a seat belt because you are choosing to try not to die that day. Same reason people choose to get the covid vaccine.
Nice try....
 

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Try shmeye, I won.

Plus, the vaccine comes with the added benefit that you are protecting others! Unlike a seatbelt, which only protects you. Yet there you are wearing that gosh darn old seat belt.
No, your reading comprehension sucks.
 

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So when you wear a seat belt, does that mean you are living your life "paralyzed by fear?"

Because a seat belt is preventative, same as a vaccine.

Remember, you said we all gotta die sometime. But you wear a seat belt because you are choosing to try not to die that day. Same reason people choose to get the covid vaccine.

I think he said he wore the seatbelt to prevent interactions with law enforcement.

This seemed like a fun game though. I wish I would have got to play.

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The distrust with MSM is an inflated symptom of the previous administration due to their constant lies about what was being reported (which was predominantly true).
lol ooookk. The ONE thing I actually admired about Trump was his overt slamming of MSM, his vocal disrespect of them, and the gigantic spotlight he did Successfully put on their hypocrisy, their double standards, and their political objectives, serving as the right arm of the radical Left. He sucked at a lot of things, but he was SPOT ON with his shaming of the (lol) "Main Stream Media". I don't spend my days scrolling thru fringe-right sites, and take everything I see with an ounce of caution, but ANYTHING the MSM spends more than a minute on trying to spin, anything they 'fact-check', it's safe to assume probably the opposite is true. Feels good when someone strikes a nerve and they go hysterical.
 

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OR, just saying, we need 50% of the people who are choosing NOT to get vaccinated to catch the virus and DIE.

Both ways work.
What if Dr Billy Gates and Dr Tedros aren’t real Doctors???? And Dr Fuchiky owns a patent on the gene therapy???
and The CDC is a for profit organization??? Gee what if they ALL make money following the “science”
I’ve seen stupid and gullible....but you genius type are way out of my pay grade 😁🤣
 
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What if Dr Billy Gates and Dr Tedros aren’t real Doctors???? And Dr Fuchiky owns a patent on the gene therapy???
and The CDC is a for profit organization??? Gee what if they ALL make money following the “science”
I’ve seen stupid and gullible....but you genius type are way out of my pay grade 😁🤣
Q!
 
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