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  • Originally posted by rufus View Post
    To tell you the truth, at this point, if they're anti-vaxxer, Trump-humping "open everything up, mah freedums!!!!" types, I don't really give a ****. The more of them that die, the better. Darwin's Law, in action.
    Not all of them are. Many, sure. But not all of them.

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    • Jeb does want to drag it on forever. Cause the Covid issue owns the libs. The weak, scared little libs.
      What kind of cheese are you planning to put on top?

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      • Agree with Drew and Scarlet- Mass is going to be in for a world of pain. We are already back in the red.

        One of the people we know had a mild case a few months ago, was having the fatigue and malaise and suddenly started spontaneously passing out. Got dx with POTS. Usually a lifelong ailment once it starts. Guy is young. Has a young family. Now cannot work. Got it because of work and now they are fighting him when he is trying to claim WC. Freaking scary stuff.

        Right after we heard that I was at an athletic event (Photographer, had to get permission) and a parent showed up. The place we were was closed to the public. He was all about flouting the rules. Told me it was all overblown and a hoax. He doesn't think he should be denied. Wish I could shove the fvcker into a room with the guy who just found out life as he knows it doesn't exist anymore. Wonder if the fvcker would have the balls to say that to someone who got sick because athletes had to have a season. People suck.

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        • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

          Not the country. Just the Right half of it.
          It's beyond that. CO is letting the mask mandate expire 1st week of April, businesses are basically back to normal, schools are at 4 days a week.

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          • Originally posted by jerphisch View Post

            It's beyond that. CO is letting the mask mandate expire 1st week of April, businesses are basically back to normal, schools are at 4 days a week.
            That’s excellent news.


            Compared to Illinois, in Missouri they had:
            • Less mask requirements
            • Less strict lockdowns
            • Fewer government mandates
            • More in-person school
            • Some schools without masks
            • Uninterrupted high school sports




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            More than two weeks after ending Texas’s statewide mask mandate and other restrictions.

            “All of Parkland Hospital’s ICU units created solely for COVID patients are now closed.”
            https://www.fox4news.com/news/parkla...t-numbers-drop
            Last edited by Jeb2020; 03-27-2021, 10:17 PM.

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            • Originally posted by jerphisch View Post

              It's beyond that. CO is letting the mask mandate expire 1st week of April, businesses are basically back to normal, schools are at 4 days a week.
              Infectious disease researchers, desperate to justify their newfound authoritarian power that they published a "study" that "found " masks decreased hospitalizations.

              One problem, suddenly hospitalizations started surging again.

              It had to be WITHDRAWN

              https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Exg8szXX...pg&name=medium

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                May your paint thinner run dry and the fleas of a thousand camels infest your dead deer.
                Originally posted by bigblue_dl
                I don't even know how to classify magic vagina smoke babies..
                Originally posted by Kepler
                When the giraffes start building radio telescopes they can join too.
                He's probably going to be a superstar but that man has more baggage than North West

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                • Originally posted by jerphisch View Post

                  It's beyond that. CO is letting the mask mandate expire 1st week of April, businesses are basically back to normal, schools are at 4 days a week.
                  Kind of duh, tbh. When they're opening up everyone to sign up for a vaccine over the next month and Biden thinks they'll have more then they'll even need by summer, May is probably the longest you can politically push a lot of the restrictions. You'll get the easy 50-60% who want and can get the vaccine, and you're left with the 10-15% who can't take it, the 25% who will *never* take it, and the 10-15% who want to wait for the proper FDA approval and to see if the first group turned into zombies first.
                  "I went over the facts in my head, and admired how much uglier the situation had just become. Over the years I've learned that ignorance is more than just bliss. It's freaking orgasmic ecstasy".- Harry Dresden, Blood Rites


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                  • Originally posted by SJHovey View Post

                    I can think of all kinds of consequences, first and foremost of which is you might get sick or die from the disease.

                    Additional consequences pointed out by others here include your employer can choose to no longer employ you, businesses can choose to no longer do business with you, places of public accommodation may choose to no longer allow you to enter, friends may choose to no longer be in your presence, etc...

                    But yes, a person can choose to not take the vaccine.
                    Just wanted to circle back here and get your thoughts.

                    Lets take a group. Say 40-44 year olds, they are at very little risk, essentially zero as an entire group. Break that group down further, say 40-44 year olds with zero comorbidities, who are at ZERO statistical risk of death and nil for severe disease.

                    Do you think they have the right to wait and learn more until the vaccinations are fully FDA Approved and live a life free of "consequence" until then?



                    On another note. What does the vaccine protect someone from in the same group as the example above, 40-44 year old, 0 comorbidities who are at zero risk of death and no serious risk of an serious illness?

                    If the Vaccine protects against more severe cases and death what does that do for people that are at no risk of those things? Does it make an asymptomatic person just a bit more asymptomatic???

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                    • Originally posted by rufus View Post
                      Jeb does want to drag it on forever. Cause the Covid issue owns the libs. The weak, scared little libs.
                      ^^^ “Yet there’s this slice of the populace that gets into it. They resist a return to normalcy because their normal lives were not that great to begin with and this is the most exciting thing that will ever happen to them.”

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                      • Originally posted by Drew S. View Post

                        The stupid bit is the school year is almost finished. You would think we would be doing everything we can to make sure next year things are back to normal or as close to it as we can get. It’s like some people (Jeb being a prime example) want it to drag on forever.
                        Its time for you and people like you to pull their heads out of their asses. There are no more excuses.

                        https://www.city-journal.org/death-and-lockdowns

                        https://www.city-journal.org/lockdowns-must-end

                        “We will be counting the catastrophic health and psychological harms, imposed on nearly every poor person on the face of the earth, for a generation.”

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                        • Long Covid isn’t as unique as we "you" thought

                          https://www.vox.com/22298751/long-te...auler-symptoms


                          The Dubious Origins of Long Covid

                          https://archive.vn/CConv

                          The concept of long Covid has a highly unorthodox origin: online surveys produced by Body Politic, which launched in 2018 and describes itself atop its website’s homepage as “a queer feminist wellness collective merging the personal and the political.” In March 2020, the group’s co-founders created the Body Politic Covid-19 Support Group, and as part of their mission of “cultivating patient led research,” the organization coordinated a series of online surveys on persistent symptoms. Based on the results of these, Body Politic produced the first report on long Covid in May.
                          But many of the survey respondents who attributed their symptoms to the aftermath of a Covid-19 infection likely never had the virus in the first place.

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                          • Originally posted by bronconick View Post

                            Kind of duh, tbh. When they're opening up everyone to sign up for a vaccine over the next month and Biden thinks they'll have more then they'll even need by summer, May is probably the longest you can politically push a lot of the restrictions. You'll get the easy 50-60% who want and can get the vaccine, and you're left with the 10-15% who can't take it, the 25% who will *never* take it, and the 10-15% who want to wait for the proper FDA approval and to see if the first group turned into zombies first.
                            The timing is wrong. Dropping the mask mandate before even opening up vaccines to everyone is pretty dumb. Should be a couple months after as it will take a bit for everyone to get even the first dose, and is still weeks after to be effective. I would say mask mandate through June probably makes sense to give time for everyone who wants to get vaccinated.

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                            • Originally posted by jerphisch View Post

                              The timing is wrong. Dropping the mask mandate before even opening up vaccines to everyone is pretty dumb. Should be a couple months after as it will take a bit for everyone to get even the first dose, and is still weeks after to be effective. I would say mask mandate through June probably makes sense to give time for everyone who wants to get vaccinated.
                              Masks don’t do anything. There are decades of research and studies and also, now 1 year worth of data in regards to Covid.

                              Please figure it out. There is no more excuse for this level of ignorance.

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                              • Originally posted by jerphisch View Post

                                The timing is wrong. Dropping the mask mandate before even opening up vaccines to everyone is pretty dumb. Should be a couple months after as it will take a bit for everyone to get even the first dose, and is still weeks after to be effective. I would say mask mandate through June probably makes sense to give time for everyone who wants to get vaccinated.

                                SNL nailed it on their Spring Break skit last night.

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