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    Bradley Space Nigga


    How is any vaccine going to be tested for humans in ten months? Long term effects, I'm talking Typically before a human ever tries a new drug they experiment with mice for 400 to 500 days, then apes which take about 5 to 10 years, then clinical trials occur in humans. In less than one year we had the vaccine. Now you need another one. And another one. Anyone who vaccinates themselves, their children, or advocates for it is not only an ignorant dumb fuck but an unfit person, parent and friend. You are afraid of an upper respiratory ailment to the point you trust your government. Well when the world needs less people, I'm glad they'll be less people like you. Go get your kids vaccinated, they obliviously are coming from dumb stock. Enjoy having cancer in the next decade.

    Pic included it's you and your children.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    it's not even a vaccine really, it's entirely new medical tech and the only trials it's actually passed are the ones that determine LD50 and that there's a substantial margin between that and standard dose
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    Nile bump
    Schlong covid.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    lol, the guy who invented the MRN'A delivery system got banned from twitter for 'vaccine misinformation'
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by aldra it's not even a vaccine really, it's entirely new medical tech and the only trials it's actually passed are the ones that determine LD50 and that there's a substantial margin between that and standard dose

    What is it PROBABLY doing to my body since I took it 9 months ago? Am I fucked ?
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by mmQ What is it PROBABLY doing to my body since I took it 9 months ago? Am I fucked ?

    which one?

    I honestly don't think it's likely to do permanent damage except in extreme cases, but because of the way they were rushed into production it's impossible to say with certainty. we're definitely seeing a statistical uptick in cardiovascular and neurological issues that corresponds with vaccine rollouts, but most of them aren't permanent or lethal. we're also seeing signs of ADE, where partial or leaky immunity forces the virus to evolve to be more erratic and dangerous (see Marek's Disease in chickens), and the constant boosters oversaturate your immune system with T-cells, essentially desensitising it and preventing it from properly activating against other (non-COVID) threats.

    my main concern is the mandates and the common belief that there 'is no downside' - I have no problem with people choosing to get the shots, but there are potentially serious downsides for certain groups (such as children and pregnant women). there's really no reason to be vaccinated unless you're at risk already, considering that until you get to the 75+ age range everyone has a 99%+ chance of surviving it.

    young boys are being told they need to be 'vaccinated' when they have a 99.999+% chance of surviving the virus should they contract it. they're around 8-10x more likely to suffer myocarditis-related side effects from the vaccine than they are to see serious complications from the virus, and since the vaccine doesn't actually prevent contraction or stop the spread of the virus, getting vaccinated does not prevent them from catching the virus and passing it to their grandparents or anyone else. there is literally no justification for it.
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Fuck. Cognitive Dissonance Cocktails. I'm half joking that I actually give a fuck about the vaccine may or may not do to me considering i riddle myself with toxins regardless. There are too many numbers.

    I wanna know what would have happened if there was no media coveragw of covid. If everything would've stayed open and nothing would've changed regarding it and it wouldntbhave ever even been brought up.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    it would've just been another bad flu season, if that


    the flu's already more lethal, COVID just spreads faster. maybe. who knows, testing methodologies are a joke
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by aldra it would've just been another bad flu season, if that


    the flu's already more lethal, COVID just spreads faster. maybe. who knows, testing methodologies are a joke

    It feels that way in hindsight. I know people can explain it away but the media always talking about hospitals getting to fill capacity and shit and all the lack of respirators and stuff. Do you think that was embellished ? Like all the healthcare workers are just being swindled ?
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    I am convinced the vaccine is just sugar water
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood I am convinced the vaccine is just sugar water

    Did you just wake up from a night of Jag bombs ?
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    Yeah man I was sick all day, drank an entire can of red bull and finished a bottle of Jager, ordered Quizos and ended up passing out having a nap.

    I really like sleeping on stimulants it's my bag, right when I woke up I was thinking of this.
    The most cozy feeling in the world to me is having a high meth tolerance and smoking a giant puddle of meth before a nap. right about now and feeling that heart race energy but you've been awake for a day already and just lay down and have a nice few hours nap and wake up with your heart still pounding

    I fucking love sleeping right on the peak of stimulants you wake up feeling amazing. There needs to be more research done into this phenomenon I swear its peak comfy if you do it right
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Heard. Fucking heard.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by mmQ It feels that way in hindsight. I know people can explain it away but the media always talking about hospitals getting to fill capacity and shit and all the lack of respirators and stuff. Do you think that was embellished ? Like all the healthcare workers are just being swindled ?

    1. Emergency Rooms are always at or near capacity, 'pandemic' or not. they're designed that way because it's the most cost-effective way for them to operate, especially in hospitals that are run for profit.

    2. general bed capacity is affected by a bunch of stuff. for one, at the beginning of the pandemic, they postponed all 'elective' surgeries indefinitely, which ended up being about 6 months here. as soon as elective (I later found out 'elective' means any surgery that you don't need in order to survive the next 24 hours) surgeries were accepted again, hospitals got hammered with 6+ months' worth of backlog all at once.

    it's also worth noting that of all people who are 'hospitalised' with COVID, only roughly 40% ever displayed lowered blood oxygen levels - the majority likely didn't need to be in hospital in the first place, and were driven there by media hysteria the moment they developed a cough.
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by aldra 1. Emergency Rooms are always at or near capacity, 'pandemic' or not. they're designed that way because it's the most cost-effective way for them to operate, especially in hospitals that are run for profit.

    2. general bed capacity is affected by a bunch of stuff. for one, at the beginning of the pandemic, they postponed all 'elective' surgeries indefinitely, which ended up being about 6 months here. as soon as elective (I later found out 'elective' means any surgery that you don't need in order to survive the next 24 hours) surgeries were accepted again, hospitals got hammered with 6+ months' worth of backlog all at once.

    it's also worth noting that of all people who are 'hospitalised' with COVID, only roughly 40% ever displayed lowered blood oxygen levels - the majority likely didn't need to be in hospital in the first place, and were driven there by media hysteria the moment they developed a cough.

    Thank you for explaining. I still have a bunch of questions but im trying to learn.
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    just buy more beds hurr durr china seems to be surpassing us in hospitality or maybe thats just all propafganda apsending niggers

    china
  17. #17
    Solstice Space Nigga
    Originally posted by Bradley

    How is any vaccine going to be tested for humans in ten months? Long term effects, I'm talking Typically before a human ever tries a new drug they experiment with mice for 400 to 500 days, then apes which take about 5 to 10 years, then clinical trials occur in humans. In less than one year we had the vaccine. Now you need another one. And another one. Anyone who vaccinates themselves, their children, or advocates for it is not only an ignorant dumb fuck but an unfit person, parent and friend. You are afraid of an upper respiratory ailment to the point you trust your government. Well when the world needs less people, I'm glad they'll be less people like you. Go get your kids vaccinated, they obliviously are coming from dumb stock. Enjoy having cancer in the next decade.

    Pic included it's you and your children.

    Someone didn't get their breakfast tall boy.
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    Originally posted by aldra 1. Emergency Rooms are always at or near capacity, 'pandemic' or not. they're designed that way because it's the most cost-effective way for them to operate, especially in hospitals that are run for profit.

    ...but not all with the same thing.

    Covidians taking up all the beds is a bit like fat fucks taking up all the cheesecake at the buffet.
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    Bradley Space Nigga
    morning solstice!
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson …but not all with the same thing.

    Covidians taking up all the beds is a bit like fat fucks taking up all the cheesecake at the buffet.

    I've not seen any evidence that ERs are getting hammered with branch covidians though - on the face of it COVID is usually gradual, and anyone suffering from respiratory infections usually gets transferred out of there pretty quick anyway.

    There was some hack recently (I think STL copypaste spammed him lol) claiming that a hospital had to turn away gunshot victims because the ER was full of COVID cases and the hospital immediately made a statement denying it, showing ER capacity was at normal levels
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