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  • pinstripers
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    https://saraacarter.com/shocking-vid...-new-vaccines/

    scary

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  • WstateU
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  • shoxlax
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    Happy hour vaccines:


    https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news...you-can-drink/

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  • WstateU
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  • shoxlax
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    The new variant is called the Kraken? Gee, that won’t needlessly scare anyone.

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  • ShockerFever
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    Where's that dumbass Cold at?

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  • pinstripers
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    https://www.newspageindex.com/01/202...AeHWupQ0zeF3Hg

    Bombshell Development: CDC Finally Admits the Truth About ‘Possible Safety Concern’ For COVID Vaccines


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  • Shock Top
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    It won’t work again

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  • SB Shock
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    Be prepared for the media hype

    A new version of omicron has taken hold in the U.S., according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The subvariant of omicron, named XBB.1.5, has raised concerns about another potential wave of Covid cases following the busy holiday travel season.
    But we are not China

    Given the high level of population immunity in the U.S. — either through infection, vaccination or both — Bogoch and others hope that, even if cases start to rise significantly, there won’t be a dramatic spike in hospitalizations or deaths as seen in previous waves.

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  • SB Shock
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    Originally posted by Ta Town Shocker View Post
    I didn't bother to get tested but I experienced the exact symptoms above around Thanksgiving and it took several weeks to kick the cough. I was fairly certain it was just a nasty case of the common cold.

    At a family event today and three of my in-laws are wearing a mask. They must be stuck in the year 2020.
    Funny that certain segment of the world forgets that COVID-19 is a strain of the common cold virus. The thing that made this different was it was a NOVEL strain. Now by 2022 going to 2023 it is no longer NOVEL (well except in China) as most people have had COVID-19 at least, probably more and have built up a either natural immunity or through vaccination.

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  • Ta Town Shocker
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    I didn't bother to get tested but I experienced the exact symptoms above around Thanksgiving and it took several weeks to kick the cough. I was fairly certain it was just a nasty case of the common cold.

    At a family event today and three of my in-laws are wearing a mask. They must be stuck in the year 2020.

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  • pinstripers
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    COPIED OFF OF ONE OF MY FACEBOOK FRIENDS

    "So my wonderful trip to NYC has resulted in a brutal case of COVID for Mike and I. I have been sick since Tuesday. Extremely heavy congestion that meds barely touch, sore throat and now a deep, painful cough. Mike caught it very quickly, there does not seem to be much of a incubation period. So now our kids have to gather for Christmas without us and we have canceled other events. We are trying to drink plenty of water, rest as much as possible and take scheduled medications, but for me day 4 is still as miserable as day 1. I am totally vaccinated and double boosted. I really thought I would be okay traveling to NYC. I did not wear a mask, I really didn't think I needed to. But as I sit...."

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  • Kung Wu
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    Originally posted by Shockm View Post
    Unvaccinated people cause more car accidents according to study.
    Easy to prove false, and easy to prove the opposite is true.

    In the US, there have been about 655,000,000 doses given. Each one of those requires a trip to a clinic and the average American lives 5.8 miles from their nearest clinic. But you have to get home, so that's 11.6 miles round trip to get vaxxed on average.

    Vaxxers drove about 7,600,000,000 more miles over the past two years than the unvaxxed. There were about 5,200 accidents per 100,000,000 miles in 2014-2015. Assume those stats are valid for 2022.

    That means vaxxers have caused 395,200 more accidents than people that never went to get vaccinated.

    Q.E.D.

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