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The Football Freak

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  1. I just smoked some dope, and now I want to kill this bag of BBQ chips. Gonna kill that shiz dead!!!! Grrrr :crunch:
  2. Exactly. Because it’s both legal and perfectly fine for both mandate and use. Much like MMR mandates to go to school.
  3. The Supreme Court has no issues with the mandates, so I wouldn’t try too hard to make an argument that it isn’t legit or acceptable. I understand that you personally don’t want to get a vaccine, but vaccine mandates are legal and have been used for decades, the SC has no issues with this particular vaccine being mandated for use, and the authorization is acceptable to them for mandate, too. That was my point.
  4. Looks like the Supreme Court has let their feeling be known about the mandates. They are letting them go forward. The US Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to stop a state-imposed COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers in Maine It’s not surprising—I mean, we’ve all been to school, and therefore dealing with these types of “mandates” our whole lives—but at least now we know how the SC feels about the subject. I wonder if this will sway any conservatives.
  5. Wow, that sucks. It was just one night for me, but the chills got so bad I couldn’t walk right for a couple hours. On the plus side, I’ve heard conjecture that this means you might have had a tough go with Covid, so you may have saved yourself from a lot more than 72 hours of suck. Or, it could be that you chose the wrong vax… #ModernaRulesPfizerDrools 😉
  6. I just wanted to add that the second dose of Moderna did kick my butt for one night with chills and aches. It was all within the normal side effects, not an adverse reaction, but I just wanted to put it out there for full disclosure. Since other people are doing the same, and maybe the OP wanted that info, too.
  7. Yep, I do. I actually missed a few, so it’s a bit higher, but I tallied my friends and family that I’ve spoken to about the shots. There are dozens of other people I know who’ve gotten vaxxed, but I’m not close enough to have talked with them about it, so I left them out. I became the information stop for a lot of anxious people over the last 18 months.
  8. I am close with 84 people that I know have had the vaccine through discussions. Some of them have comorbidities, like being prediabetic, fighting cancer, heart disease, a stroke, or Crohn’s disease. Not one person had an adverse reaction.
  9. Oh, man. Sorry about that. I hope your feeling 100% again. I got Moderna, too. (Don’t tell the Pfizer people, we’ll never hear the end of their damn crowing) I’d tend to agree with you, but I’m not a doctor, so take what I say with a grain of salt. Considering we know protections wane over time, what if you took antibody tests over a couple months, to see if your titers stay high or drop? If they stay consistent, would that speak to a good boost? (That last question is really for the docs in the house)
  10. I know you weren’t asking me, but I just read an article on the subject. There aren’t any peer reviewed studies yet that I’ve seen, but it is being studied now, I believe. The article discusses some doctor’s feelings on the subject. I tend to agree with a few that it could cause some boost, maybe even a decent boost, but because of the way even a single vaccine will clear virus, I would think it’s not quite the same level of immune boost. That’s just my conjecture, though. The Inquirer “ Will getting a breakthrough case of COVID-19 boost your immunity without a third shot?”
  11. Keep your name calling to yourself, thank you. It’s not feigned, and your constant minimizing and gaslighting is sad. Hundreds of police officers would vehemently disagree with most of your posts in here.
  12. I am no historian, either, but not that I can recall. Jan 6 was more akin to the Beer Hall Putsch than anything in American history, imo. It’s really disheartening to see so many people downplaying an insurrection in America.
  13. “The worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.”
  14. Here are some recent vaccination stats. And I was just about to post something similar on the math. To be fair, it isn’t the most basic math to think of the populations that way. I can see where people might get confused trying to parse the numbers into an argument. Recent Covid vaccination and infection stats. Some more stats
  15. I found this, and have read others. Sorry, don’t have the time at the moment to run down more. Also, I believe the FDA will be coming out with even more specifically on this topic later this month. A new study reports that the single-dose Johnson and Johnson Ad26.COV2.S vaccine against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) shows enhanced efficacy when administered to individuals with pre-existing antibodies against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pathogen. I understand the recommendation is to get the mRNA vaccine, because it’s the gold standard, but the mandate is just to be fully vaccinated. If you have gotten Covid before, you can get one shot and be done, with the one shot vaccine. Just wanted clarify that point, is all. Personally, I went with Moderna, but I can 100% see the appeal of a one and done traditional shot, especially if you have an issue with trusting mRNA technology. In full disclosure, they developed the technology in the 1980s, so it’s not new, no matter what you read otherwise.
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