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3 hours ago, Blackbear said:

Today after getting my vaccine shot they said the card for proof of vaccine can be laminated for free at Staples. I wonder if sporting events will require proof of vaccination? 

good question, but I don’t see why they’d bother.  
 

as my friend put it:  “If they can print fake $100 bills, they can print fake vaccination cards.”

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2 minutes ago, amnesiac said:

good question, but I don’t see why they’d bother.  
 

as my friend put it:  “If they can print fake $100 bills, they can print fake vaccination cards.”

Plus if you are truly vaccinated (and the vaccination works) then what do you care if there are non-vaccinated people there.  You should be protected anyway.....you know, if the vaccination works and all.

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3 hours ago, Blackbear said:

Today after getting my vaccine shot they said the card for proof of vaccine can be laminated for free at Staples. I wonder if sporting events will require proof of vaccination? 

Gratz. I go for my 2nd shot tomorrow. :pickle:

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9 minutes ago, amnesiac said:

good question, but I don’t see why they’d bother.  
 

as my friend put it:  “If they can print fake $100 bills, they can print fake vaccination cards.”

First, “They” can’t print fake $100, so there’s that. The holographic strip, special paper, shifting ink & watermark are far too advance for most of what comprises “they”, so your friend is not spreading sage wisdom there. 

Secondly, I doubt the vaccination card will offer such an advantage. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be some sort of authentic one. There’s talk in recent news of a vaccination passport. 

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8 minutes ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

Gratz. I go for my 2nd shot tomorrow. :pickle:

Get my 2nd 4/9.  My wife got her 2nd on Sunday and had chills, fever, nausea, and body aches on Monday.  She’s fine today.  We got Mederna.  Both of us felt fine after the first shot.  They say most side effects with Mederna happens after the second shot.

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16 minutes ago, Gally said:

Plus if you are truly vaccinated (and the vaccination works) then what do you care if there are non-vaccinated people there.  You should be protected anyway.....you know, if the vaccination works and all.

Not really. You can still get it and pass it on. Evidently it just makes your symptoms less severe with the goal of not needing to be hospitalized. 

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22 minutes ago, JohnnyU said:

Get my 2nd 4/9.  My wife got her 2nd on Sunday and had chills, fever, nausea, and body aches on Monday.  She’s fine today.  We got Mederna.  Both of us felt fine after the first shot.  They say most side effects with Mederna happens after the second shot.

I’m also Moderna. And bonus:  I’m having surgery for a small hernia on Monday, 5 days later. 

Hopefully it’s only a 48 hour thing. 🤞🏼 

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20 minutes ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

I’m also Moderna. And bonus:  I’m having surgery for a small hernia on Monday, 5 days later. 

Hopefully it’s only a 48 hour thing. 🤞🏼 

Good luck to you.

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3 minutes ago, JohnnyU said:

Good luck to you.

Thanks - I'm super not excited about it, but I've also been waiting a year+ thanks to the pandemic, so I'm also happy to get it over with. 

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8 minutes ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

Thanks - I'm super not excited about it, but I've also been waiting a year+ thanks to the pandemic, so I'm also happy to get it over with. 

Hopefully you will be a new man afterwards.  I felt that way after hip replacement in 2007.

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6 hours ago, Ministry of Pain said:

Hopefully and get well

Thanks - it's only the "getting put under" part that makes me nervous. pre-surgery bloodwork & EKG showed nothing abnormal, and it's a pretty quick procedure. The next couple weeks are probably gonna suck though. 

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23 hours ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

I’m also Moderna. And bonus:  I’m having surgery for a small hernia on Monday, 5 days later. 

Hopefully it’s only a 48 hour thing. 🤞🏼 

I got really sick for about 36 hours after the second shot.   Super tired.  Flu like symptoms.   Hopefully it goes better for you

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23 minutes ago, need2know said:

I got really sick for about 36 hours after the second shot.   Super tired.  Flu like symptoms.   Hopefully it goes better for you

I had headache for 12 hours. Little nauseous. Very tired for 24 hours. 

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8 hours ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

Thanks - it's only the "getting put under" part that makes me nervous. pre-surgery bloodwork & EKG showed nothing abnormal, and it's a pretty quick procedure. The next couple weeks are probably gonna suck though. 

I’d be more mortified at what you will say when you come out of gas. 🤣

Hopefully your family members tape it so we can see. 🤣

just kidding. 🙂

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27 minutes ago, need2know said:

I got really sick for about 36 hours after the second shot.   Super tired.  Flu like symptoms.   Hopefully it goes better for you

So far so good and I’m at the 5 hour mark. 8 hours is apparently the milestone where most folks who feel sick from it start to feel it between 4-8 hours. 

Honestly I’m more bothered by the COVID test tomorrow. I hear they stick that thing up your nose & into your brain. 

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1 minute ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

So far so good and I’m at the 5 hour mark. 8 hours is apparently the milestone where most folks who feel sick from it start to feel it between 4-8 hours. 

Honestly I’m more bothered by the COVID test tomorrow. I hear they stick that thing up your nose & into your brain. 

Well by the looks of you... you have a decent sized snout. 

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8 minutes ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

So far so good and I’m at the 5 hour mark. 8 hours is apparently the milestone where most folks who feel sick from it start to feel it between 4-8 hours. 

Honestly I’m more bothered by the COVID test tomorrow. I hear they stick that thing up your nose & into your brain. 

Not into your brain. Into synesis 

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1 minute ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

lol - I know, I’ve heard it described as feeling like being poked in the brain. 

I had three broken noses in my life. I once got a shot of lidocaine in my synises. That is gigantic compared to this covid test. 
 

you will be fine. 🙂

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15 hours ago, Mark Football said:

Lol, that's what I was hoping to hear about too.

I doubt they'll be full. All it takes is for a ouch of a % to refuse to get vaccinated. 

I’d bet on 50% capacity at first 

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