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This chic is having a rough time since her second shot. Apparently swelling and rashes all over along with the other symptoms. View attachment 124519

There was an article yesterday about a guy in I think Minnesota who's skin peeled off in what they said was an "extremely rare" reaction. Started as a rash on his legs. He's ok now. I'll see if I can find it.
 

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Been giving a lot of estimates lately. Many for people in their 60s to 80s. I've asked most of them if they wanted me to wear a mask. They have all said "no. We've had our vaccine."

Read a FB post tonight from a customer. I really respect them. Great people. Hated reading her post stating people choosing not to get the vaccine are selfish, thoughtless, etc. Many of her friends list piled on agreeing and bashing non vaccinated people. I'm proud of me. I didn't comment.
 

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Been giving a lot of estimates lately. Many for people in their 60s to 80s. I've asked most of them if they wanted me to wear a mask. They have all said "no. We've had our vaccine."

Read a FB post tonight from a customer. I really respect them. Great people. Hated reading her post stating people choosing not to get the vaccine are selfish, thoughtless, etc. Many of her friends list piled on agreeing and bashing non vaccinated people. I'm proud of me. I didn't comment.

What's fascinating about that is they don't think past the end of their upturned nose. Thoughtless and selfish to whom? To other unvaccinated people who made the same choice and knew the risks? Surely they're not selfish and thoughtless to the people who chose to get a vaccine, those people are "protected" and in no danger from unvaccinated integrates. They themselves are still capable of catching and transmitting covid, only their symptoms will likely be mild to unnoticeable. They can't be selfish and thoughtless to the vulnerable population who still hasn't gotten the vaccine because those people are in line ahead of the people who don't need it.

So the question remains. Who are the unvaccinated being thoughtless and selfish too? Have these idiots forgotten the definition of Liberty? We all should have the liberty to make what we feel is the best decision for ourselves and our family without backlash from pompous assholes who have zero skin in the game beside their opinion.
 

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Their argument was we cannot end this until everyone is vaccinated. Claimed it was selfish because we wanted a herd immunity. We were letting more people get it to achieve the goal.

Myself? I'd think whether vaccinated or taking your chances without, we can open the country up. If you choose not to get a vaccine and get Covid. . .you accept the risk. I accept this risk.
 

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The unknown part of a shot they’re calling a vaccine but it’s really not a vaccine. No known long term effects. No known how long it’ll last. Side effects? Who knows, time will tell. But I’m not going too be one of their test groups. You wanna get the shot? Fine, get it. I currently don’t and won’t until they prove I need it....
 

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Their argument was we cannot end this until everyone is vaccinated. Claimed it was selfish because we wanted a herd immunity. We were letting more people get it to achieve the goal.

Myself? I'd think whether vaccinated or taking your chances without, we can open the country up. If you choose not to get a vaccine and get Covid. . .you accept the risk. I accept this risk.

Ah. So people are selfish and thoughtless, not the government being an authoritarian dictatorship. Got ya. 😅👍
 

Trump tells Republican supporters to get vaccinated​

Published17 March
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President Donald Trump greets the crowd before he leaves at the Operation Warp Speed Vaccine Summit on December 8, 2020
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image captionLast year Donald Trump headed "Operation Warp Speed" - a drive to expedite vaccine development
Former US President Donald Trump has urged his Republican supporters to be vaccinated against Covid-19, saying he would recommend it.
In a TV interview, he said the vaccine was "safe" and "something that works".
Mr Trump's conservative fan base has been one of the main groups resistant to the vaccine programme.
The former president himself was criticised during his time in office for playing down the seriousness of the pandemic.
As the vaccination programme has been rolled out across the US, all other living ex-presidents have spoken out, urging Americans to get the jab.
However, Mr Trump has remained largely quiet on the subject.

He and his wife, Melania, were vaccinated at the White House in secret in January.
"I would recommend it," Mr Trump said during an interview on Fox News Primetime on Tuesday.
"I would recommend it to a lot of people that don't want to get it and a lot of those people voted for me, frankly."
He added: "It's a great vaccine, it's a safe vaccine and it's something that works."

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Trump tells Republican supporters to get vaccinated​

Published17 March
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President Donald Trump greets the crowd before he leaves at the Operation Warp Speed Vaccine Summit on December 8, 2020
IMAGE COPYRIGHTGETTY IMAGES
image captionLast year Donald Trump headed "Operation Warp Speed" - a drive to expedite vaccine development
Former US President Donald Trump has urged his Republican supporters to be vaccinated against Covid-19, saying he would recommend it.
In a TV interview, he said the vaccine was "safe" and "something that works".
Mr Trump's conservative fan base has been one of the main groups resistant to the vaccine programme.
The former president himself was criticised during his time in office for playing down the seriousness of the pandemic.
As the vaccination programme has been rolled out across the US, all other living ex-presidents have spoken out, urging Americans to get the jab.
However, Mr Trump has remained largely quiet on the subject.

He and his wife, Melania, were vaccinated at the White House in secret in January.
"I would recommend it," Mr Trump said during an interview on Fox News Primetime on Tuesday.
"I would recommend it to a lot of people that don't want to get it and a lot of those people voted for me, frankly."
He added: "It's a great vaccine, it's a safe vaccine and it's something that works."

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Oh well that changes everything. Let me run out and get a vaccine I don't need because a politician that mostly aligns with my political beliefs recommends it. If I was that intellectually gullible I would have voted for Biden. 😅😅.
 
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