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As dumb as they come.¬†ūüėÉ

I'm bored. Sorry guys.

Can someone find this guy's meds please....

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They all will need that third "booster" eventually. Moderna says they believe theirs will be ready for this Fall. They both speculate that you will need a new "shot" every year, just like for the Flu.

The good news is that Pfizer hopes to have their "pill" ready at the end of this year to treat the virus "at home", if you catch it early.

 

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@AlanMexicali  Here's the rest of your "headline,"

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said people will "likely" need a third dose of a Covid-19 vaccine within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated. He also said it's possible people will need to get vaccinated against the coronavirus annually.
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well people out there in vaccine landia';  I got the covid;  Dec. 2019; ( flu ) early and have full natural immunity. I will not be taking any untested vaccine. if the passport comes; I guess I will just have to change my living habits accordingly . old age has it's benefits.  I'm a short timer and retired--. I really feel for the young people caught up in this;  "between a rock and a hard place".

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Never vac'd due to infection with Covid? Better to be vaccinated (I will drive to the border for Pfizer), even if you had the virus, especially early on.  First off : That type of immunity only endures roughly 8 months. 

Secondly:¬†¬†Even if someone has antibodies to the coronavirus ‚ÄĒ through a natural infection or a vaccine ‚ÄĒ¬†some mutations can stymie the antibodies‚Äô ability to latch onto the virus and prevent it from infecting cells. Though antibodies make up only one part of the immune system‚Äôs arsenal to eliminate viruses from the body, the variants‚Äô ability to dodge the immune proteins could put people who have already recovered from a bout of COVID-19 at risk of getting infected again.

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5 hours ago, MexLuis said:

Never vac'd due to infection with Covid? Better to be vaccinated (I will drive to the border for Pfizer), even if you had the virus, especially early on.  First off : That type of immunity only endures roughly 8 months. 

Secondly:¬†¬†Even if someone has antibodies to the coronavirus ‚ÄĒ through a natural infection or a vaccine ‚ÄĒ¬†some mutations can stymie the antibodies‚Äô ability to latch onto the virus and prevent it from infecting cells. Though antibodies make up only one part of the immune system‚Äôs arsenal to eliminate viruses from the body, the variants‚Äô ability to dodge the immune proteins could put people who have already recovered from a bout of COVID-19 at risk of getting infected again.

One thing for sure that we have known from the "get go": this virus is with us forever, just like the Flu is with us forever. If you have been "waiting" for it to "go away", you will not live that long. So, learn what YOU need to do to protect Yourself. That is YOUR responsibility.

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2 minutes ago, Jim Bowie said:

One thing for sure that we have known from the "get go": this virus is with us forever, just like the Flu is with us forever. If you have been "waiting" for it to "go away", you will not live that long. So, learn what YOU need to do to protect Yourself. That is YOUR responsibility.

Agreed, and one point further... By protecting ourselves we fulfill a responsibility to others.  This is much more than about the "me" but rather it is about the "we". 

We (lol) can forget about that image some have painted about individual freedoms and rights.   

When such beliefs expose others to risk, we must put those beliefs to the side, and take care of our communities. 

We are truly all in this together.  And, as Jim Bowie said, it's not going away anytime soon.

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20 minutes ago, MexLuis said:

Agreed, and one point further... By protecting ourselves we fulfill a responsibility to others.  This is much more than about the "me" but rather it is about the "we". 

We (lol) can forget about that image some have painted about individual freedoms and rights.   

When such beliefs expose others to risk, we must put those beliefs to the side, and take care of our communities. 

We are truly all in this together.  And, as Jim Bowie said, it's not going away anytime soon.

We are Not all in this together. Everyone is responsible for their own health/lives. No one is responsible for the health/lives of others, Unless you are their guardian/parent/protector. You can try to blame your lack of preparation on others, but to me, "that dog just don't hunt". Fear and Ignorance are good buddies. They don't live in my house.

 

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29 minutes ago, Jim Bowie said:

We are Not all in this together. Everyone is responsible for their own health/lives. No one is responsible for the health/lives of others, Unless you are their guardian/parent/protector. You can try to blame your lack of preparation on others, but to me, "that dog just don't hunt". Fear and Ignorance are good buddies. They don't live in my house.

No, not responsible for but taking others into consideration is the tenet of a good citizen/human being. IMO. 

Individual freedoms and rights are just that.... the Individuals, not for others to demand or dictate. Again, IMO.

 

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Lack of preparation (lacking vaccine?), and other areas acknowledged.  Yes we are each responsible for our actions. 

Agreed taking others into consideration, and not placing others at risk... and in that sense (we can argue the semantics of this, till we are blue in the face) yes, we should understand that we are in that sense all in this together.   Rights are a gray area, until they expose others to risk.  That is exactly what is going on in our world now.  People feel their rights have been taken from them as they breeze through a market unmasked.    To decide to take those risks for others, isn't right.  For ourselves fine.  Like I said we can argue this till blue in the face.

 

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25 minutes ago, MexLuis said:

 

Lack of preparation (lacking vaccine?), and other areas acknowledged.  Yes we are each responsible for our actions. 

Agreed taking others into consideration, and not placing others at risk... and in that sense (we can argue the semantics of this, till we are blue in the face) yes, we should understand that we are in that sense all in this together.   Rights are a gray area, until they expose others to risk.  That is exactly what is going on in our world now.  People feel their rights have been taken from them as they breeze through a market unmasked.    To decide to take those risks for others, isn't right.  For ourselves fine.  Like I said we can argue this till blue in the face.

 

If you "breeze through a market unmasked" that is your decision and Not Mine. I am not responsible for your actions nor can I control them. I can, however, control what I do and how I protect myself. I cannot put blame on someone else if I were to get ill in that situation, because the reason I became ill was because I did Not do everything that I needed to do to keep myself safe. If you want to blame someone else for your failings, I have no control over that, but I find that relates to not accepting the responsibility for one's own actions, and Heaven knows that our current World is eat up with that type of thinking. Fear and Ignorance do not live at My House.

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7 minutes ago, Jim Bowie said:

If you "breeze through a market unmasked" that is your decision and Not Mine. I am not responsible for your actions nor can I control them. I can, however, control what I do and how I protect myself. I cannot put blame on someone else if I were to get ill in that situation, because the reason I became ill was because I did Not do everything that I needed to do to keep myself safe. If you want to blame someone else for your failings, I have no control over that, but I find that relates to not accepting the responsibility for one's own actions, and Heaven knows that our current World is eat up with that type of thinking. Fear and Ignorance do not live at My House.

I wasn't referencing the threat to those that breeze through unmasked, but rather to those who are in that market, for you can still get this virus via that route while being masked.   Most masks protect those around you, but can still leave you open to those who are unmasked. 

Yes, that masked recipient could have a reduced viral load by wearing that mask.  But make no mistake, if someone is unmasked around that unmasked asymptomatic person...  you can catch the virus from that person. 

So what does a mask do?

It’s likely that face masks, by blocking even some of the virus-carrying droplets you inhale, can reduce your risk of falling seriously ill from COVID-19, according to Monica Gandhi, MD, an infectious disease specialist at UC San Francisco.

‚ÄúThe more virus you get into your body, the more sick you are likely to get,‚ÄĚ she said.

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13 minutes ago, MexLuis said:

I wasn't referencing the threat to those that breeze through unmasked, but rather to those who are in that market, for you can still get this virus via that route while being masked.   Most masks protect those around you, but can still leave you open to those who are unmasked. 

Yes, that masked recipient could have a reduced viral load by wearing that mask.  But make no mistake, if someone is unmasked around that unmasked asymptomatic person...  you can catch the virus from that person. 

So what does a mask do?

It’s likely that face masks, by blocking even some of the virus-carrying droplets you inhale, can reduce your risk of falling seriously ill from COVID-19, according to Monica Gandhi, MD, an infectious disease specialist at UC San Francisco.

‚ÄúThe more virus you get into your body, the more sick you are likely to get,‚ÄĚ she said.

I don't have anymore time to waste here. Fear and Ignorance do not live at My House !

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2 hours ago, Jim Bowie said:

I don't have anymore time to waste here. Fear and Ignorance do not live at My House !

Haven’t looked in the mirror lately?

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what happened to the good old days of the yearly flu---Covid is Flu weaponized-!!!

you noticed no more flu- ! reported by the CDC. We have been scammed by the Pharma industrialized  complex---Money ; Money ; Moneeeeeeeey !   HA(billy gates} he is invested in a vaccine company.

just like drug dealers --give you a taste for free; then you are hooked !        COVID  passports?   As the Chinese Laundry says in the window-  " NO TICKY NO LAUNDRY "  want to ride on a plane? ride a bus, etc.? Papers Please !

  NAZI GERMANY - PAPERS PLEASE !   HA HA--  don't be a good german;  be the ugly american-  HA "individualism"--as Nancy Regan said,  JUST SAY NO TO DRUGS !

 

 

 

 

 

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There was a farmer who grew excellent quality corn. Every year he won the award for the best grown corn. One year a newspaper reporter interviewed him and learned something interesting about how he grew it. The reporter discovered that the farmer shared his seed corn with his neighbors. ‚ÄúHow can you afford to share your best seed corn with your neighbors when they are entering corn in competition with yours each year?‚ÄĚ the reporter asked.
‚ÄúWhy sir,‚ÄĚ said the farmer, ‚ÄúDidn‚Äôt you know? The wind picks up pollen from the ripening corn and swirls it from field to field. If my neighbors grow inferior corn, cross-pollination will steadily degrade the quality of my corn. If I am to grow good corn, I must help my neighbors grow good corn.‚ÄĚ
So it is with our lives... Those who want to live meaningfully and well must help enrich the lives of others, for the value of a life is measured by the lives it touches. And those who choose to be happy must help others find happiness, for the welfare of each is bound up with the welfare of all...
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people people;  third jab and beyond !--what a money scam-- and those drugs are very risky.  guess most have to learn the hard way- eyes wide shut;   HA in the future i will be saying-   " te lo dijae "

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38 minutes ago, bobby brown said:

people people;  third jab and beyond !--what a money scam-- and those drugs are very risky.  guess most have to learn the hard way- eyes wide shut;   HA in the future i will be saying-   " te lo dijae "

As dumb as they come.¬†ūüėÉ

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hey dude   /  why do you think I want to live in MX---I don't run with the herd !!

 

if I could get farther away I would----should I go to costa rica ?--what a joke--Belize ?--the only good thing about Belize is that English is spoken.--another shit hole--thank god i'm  short timer--but guess what--I  going to do another twenty--HA--just to watch and say--"te lo dije"  --HA

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