dta1984

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  1. How are we the lucky ones to get this glorious thread?
  2. Thanks, there are many similar stories. I posted because of the comment by the medical examiner. Didn't realize it was that hard to pinpoint a vax as the cause. Could be why we don't see many related deaths, but instead mysterious ones.
  3. O yes, they exist on both sides.
  4. Perhaps a bit extreme. Still, it's a ridiculous thought.
  5. Yep, I just assume it's the keyboard warrios with nothing better to do and needing some purpose in life.
  6. Not picking on you, but wtf is this really a thought by someone? Are we going to go full segregation and get our own water fountains and bus seating too?
  7. Agreed, each individual should do their own risk assessment. High risk or concerned, get the vax. Low risk, don't get it if you don't want.
  8. Fwiw this story mentions it would be hard to determine a vaccine related cause of death. Still, there are many of these stories, coincidental or not. "Dr. Erik Christensen, Utah's chief Medical Examiner, said proving vaccine injury as a cause of death almost never happens." https://kutv.com/news/local/utah-woman-39-dies-4-days-after-2nd-does-of-covid-19-vaccine-autopsy-ordered
  9. Wintry out there this morning. 3.25" on the deck.
  10. Pretty sure the answer to this is because a vaccinated person can still get covid. Their vaccine doesn't work unless you have one too..like the masks..
  11. Do they ever release any more details on the trial groups? Did they pick the most healthy kids or was asthma, obesity, mixed ethnicity etc mixed in too (most vulnerable)? The 100% would mean more if we know more about the group.
  12. Agreed, the way he (and some others) approach this is not how you get anything done. For example, the reply @mattb65 gave me was a well constructed reply with a few reasons on why you would change your mind on the covid vaccine. This is the message that those on the fence need to see, not a computer tough guy calling people idiots or stupid. That only inflames tensions. I realize most don't agree with my views, but it is interesting that forced vaccinations and vaccine passports seem to be a more common (for the most part) agreement.
  13. Lol. Seems to be the new trend. You don't like the view, attack it, and censor it.
  14. Please share. It's been through a normal vaccine approval phase?
  15. There are others that need the vaccine way more than I do (high risk, elderly, those living in fear and need it to get on with their lives etc). To go along with that, yes, I may reconsider at some point. The other part is just a general distrust for a rushed vaccine that hasn't shown much benefit yet (outside of those with high risk)
  16. Nope. Reading problems?
  17. I'm not anti vax. I'm anti covid vaccine thanks.
  18. Agreed. It doesn't matter what side of the fence you're on with regards to the vaccine, these passports are a dangerous precedent.
  19. Not sure of age, but this sure keeps popping up (more of what is already known)
  20. The OG China variant getting some attention https://www.yahoo.com/news/former-cdc-director-redfield-says-130733234.html
  21. There is valid evidence that Vitamin D does help reduce infection risk or the outcome in some. Goes along with the "staying healthy" theme = much lower risk. https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2021/03/vitamin-d-may-prevent-covid-especially-black-patients
  22. Huh? I'm saying, when mask mandates were in place, everywhere got a big spike this winter. The mask mandates made no difference. Are you blaming those massive spikes on holiday family get togethers? Sure wasn't from the Walmart or grocery stores, as masks are required there.
  23. Crazy how the mask mandates made cases increase shortly after.
  24. Unfortunate, yes. Surprising, no. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_pharmaceutical_settlements