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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by I Shrugged » Fri Apr 09, 2021 5:50 pm

I once had a vaccine passport. It wasn't called that, but it was a yellow passport sized booklet that listed my vaccinations for diseases in third world countries. I misplaced it at some point. It did function like a passport. I can't recall if I had to show it at borders, or send it to embassies in order to get visas. Maybe both.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by drumminj » Fri Apr 09, 2021 5:56 pm

I Shrugged wrote:
Fri Apr 09, 2021 5:50 pm
I once had a vaccine passport. It wasn't called that, but it was a yellow passport sized booklet that listed my vaccinations for diseases in third world countries. I misplaced it at some point. It did function like a passport. I can't recall if I had to show it at borders, or send it to embassies in order to get visas. Maybe both.
I just went through that for a trip to Africa last year (well, 2019). I had to show it at customs.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by murphy_p_t » Fri Apr 09, 2021 7:50 pm

https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_break ... 68802.html

I find it curious that it is safe to use the Johnson & Johnson injection, except in these two locations. As it is experimental, perhaps they are giving different formulations to different locations, for experimental purposes.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by vnatale » Fri Apr 09, 2021 8:51 pm

My second shot report....

I thought for certain it was going to be yesterday morning because yesterday was Thursday - 21 days after the first shot on a Thursday.

I was quite concerned when a few hours before I was going to to to that appointment yesterday I saw my appointment was, instead, for today, 22 days later. Hoped that it really was not yesterday and I'd miss out. I was finally able to find someone I could talk to on the phone who allayed my concerns and that it really was today.

Because this was my second time all went more smoothly on my end. Turned left at the correct light rather than incorrectly turning left at the first light then having to turn around. Parked on the correct floor of the parking garage which saved a lot of time both walking to and from the appointment. Once I was in the building I knew exactly where I needed to go.

From when I reported to the first station to getting the shot was a grand total of 12 minutes. Again I was totally pleased with the extreme level of organization with how all was done on site. It was written on a blackboard that this location (University of Massachusetts) had done over 19,000 vaccinations (so far).

When I got home I engaged in about six hours of moving heavy dirt (using a rake) in my garden in preparing the soil. Did not feel any effects from the shot. It was only, about an hour ago, when I was in the kitchen and lifted up my left are did I feel something in the area where I'd got the shot. But feel nothing there as I type this.

Felt really nothing adverse from the first shot and hope this experience continues through tomorrow and the next day.


The lists of vaccines that some of you have provided here is somewhat astounding to me!

Aside from these two...I've never had an flu shots..and aside from a few tetanus shots during my life and the polio shot...I don't think I've ever had any other ones aside from the ones that children going to school in the 50s were required to get.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by whatchamacallit » Sat Apr 10, 2021 2:04 am

Convincing reason from dr
https://youtu.be/nBAHRgtuI4I
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by SomeDude » Sat Apr 10, 2021 5:48 am

murphy_p_t wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 1:40 am
https://nonvenipacem.com/2021/04/09/cor ... ow-0-0015/

0.0015

Stay calm, and carry on.
Pretty incredible huh? Imagine if every person was tested for the flu and some people tested multiple times, and anyone who dies for any reason after testing positive was a "flu-related" death? Ohhhh wait we don't have to imagine, that's what's happening.

I've posted the covid death challenge numbers several times with no one being able to explain how it's caused excess deaths yet. Maybe ill post the challenge again with updated numbers.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by Mountaineer » Sat Apr 10, 2021 6:35 am

vnatale wrote:
Fri Apr 09, 2021 8:51 pm
My second shot report....

<snip>

When I got home I engaged in about six hours of moving heavy dirt (using a rake) in my garden in preparing the soil. Did not feel any effects from the shot. It was only, about an hour ago, when I was in the kitchen and lifted up my left are did I feel something in the area where I'd got the shot. But feel nothing there as I type this.

Felt really nothing adverse from the first shot and hope this experience continues through tomorrow and the next day.

<snip>
According to several reports via my daughter (nurse) most of the second injection issues arise after about 15 hours from receiving the injection for those who experience a significant reaction, and usually only lasts a day or two.

Hope you are not in that pool.

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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by murphy_p_t » Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:37 am

whatchamacallit wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 2:04 am
Convincing reason from dr
https://youtu.be/nBAHRgtuI4I
First, "do no harm".

Such a quaint, little slogan. It has been nearly discontinued.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by pugchief » Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:45 am

whatchamacallit wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 2:04 am
Convincing reason from dr
https://youtu.be/nBAHRgtuI4I
He's only saying the jab is not necessary if you already had Covid. He says he still recommends it for basically everyone else.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by murphy_p_t » Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:53 am

Please review this if you may have had covid previously.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/co ... y-for-some
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by vnatale » Sat Apr 10, 2021 9:31 am

Mountaineer wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 6:35 am

vnatale wrote:
Fri Apr 09, 2021 8:51 pm

My second shot report....

<snip>

When I got home I engaged in about six hours of moving heavy dirt (using a rake) in my garden in preparing the soil. Did not feel any effects from the shot. It was only, about an hour ago, when I was in the kitchen and lifted up my left are did I feel something in the area where I'd got the shot. But feel nothing there as I type this.

Felt really nothing adverse from the first shot and hope this experience continues through tomorrow and the next day.

<snip>



According to several reports via my daughter (nurse) most of the second injection issues arise after about 15 hours from receiving the injection for those who experience a significant reaction, and usually only lasts a day or two.

Hope you are not in that pool.

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Thanks. It has now been almost 23 hours. The only thing I still have to report is I can feel pain in the area of the shot only when I lift up my left arm, which made choosing that arm to get it a good choice.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by pp4me » Sat Apr 10, 2021 4:05 pm

vnatale wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 9:31 am
Thanks. It has now been almost 23 hours. The only thing I still have to report is I can feel pain in the area of the shot only when I lift up my left arm, which made choosing that arm to get it a good choice.
I also got it in the left arm and had pain when I lifted it up.

But I had that before I got the shot so it's only a matter of degree and hard to measure.

Would have been no different in the right arm.

Growing old is a bitch.
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Post by vnatale » Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:11 pm

pp4me wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 4:05 pm

vnatale wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 9:31 am

Thanks. It has now been almost 23 hours. The only thing I still have to report is I can feel pain in the area of the shot only when I lift up my left arm, which made choosing that arm to get it a good choice.


I also got it in the left arm and had pain when I lifted it up.

But I had that before I got the shot so it's only a matter of degree and hard to measure.

Would have been no different in the right arm.

Growing old is a bitch.


Just finished another 7 hours of "hard labor" in the garden area...more moving that dirt here and there.

Again my only pain issue is when I lift up my left arm, which I never did in any of the garden work I was doing. The true test will be Monday if it is still there and how it affects any of my barbell exercises.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by barrett » Sun Apr 11, 2021 7:29 am

vnatale wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:11 pm
Just finished another 7 hours of "hard labor" in the garden area...more moving that dirt here and there.

Again my only pain issue is when I lift up my left arm, which I never did in any of the garden work I was doing. The true test will be Monday if it is still there and how it affects any of my barbell exercises.
Vinny,

As much exercise as you are getting moving earth in your garden, I would think the least of your soreness issues would be that little spot in your arm. I mean when I work hard and mix up my routine at the gym, I ALWAYS have muscle soreness somewhere.

BTW, my little arm soreness from the second Pfizer shot was pretty much gone in about 24 hours. Hardly an inconvenience when measured against the potential benefits of the vaccine. Looks like about 4.6 million shots were administered just yesterday. Might have to start a new thread along the lines of, "Why I got the damn shot and got on with my life".
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Post by vnatale » Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:38 pm

barrett wrote:
Sun Apr 11, 2021 7:29 am

vnatale wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:11 pm

Just finished another 7 hours of "hard labor" in the garden area...more moving that dirt here and there.

Again my only pain issue is when I lift up my left arm, which I never did in any of the garden work I was doing. The true test will be Monday if it is still there and how it affects any of my barbell exercises.


Vinny,

As much exercise as you are getting moving earth in your garden, I would think the least of your soreness issues would be that little spot in your arm. I mean when I work hard and mix up my routine at the gym, I ALWAYS have muscle soreness somewhere.

BTW, my little arm soreness from the second Pfizer shot was pretty much gone in about 24 hours. Hardly an inconvenience when measured against the potential benefits of the vaccine. Looks like about 4.6 million shots were administered just yesterday. Might have to start a new thread along the lines of, "Why I got the damn shot and got on with my life".


There was pain and soreness in a lot of parts of my body as I was doing that work....but that pain in my left arm was definitely a result of the shot. I've done similar work many other times and never had any similar pain in that area -- exactly where I got the shot.

Now 2 1/2 days after the shot...there is no pain in that area when I raise my left arm.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by vnatale » Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:39 pm

This seems related to the discussion and, therefore, belongs here...

Vinny


Opinion: The deadly covid-19 pandemic is obscuring another — obesity


https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions ... r-obesity/


As America emerges from the covid-19 pandemic, we need to focus urgent attention on another disease that kills hundreds of thousands every year: obesity.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 42 percent of Americans have obesity. Nearly 1 in 10 have severe obesity, up from 1 in 20 two decades ago. Obesity is a risk factor for other chronic diseases, including diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and several cancers. By itself, it’s the second-leading cause of preventable death, after tobacco, responsible for an estimated 300,000 deaths per year.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by flyingpylon » Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:24 am

This was an interesting story about the J&J vaccine, just passing it along...

The Story of One Dose
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Post by murphy_p_t » Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:34 am

https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/fa ... e-vaccine/

Does one of the chief cheerleaders not believe in his own medicine?
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by murphy_p_t » Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:41 am

Dear Vaccine,

We hope you are safe and effective

While you are still in trial stage it is far too early to know

We would hate to see health sacrificed to line crony pockets with dough

With you we are promised freedom

You, developed at warp speed

But free we are until it is taken by those with psychotic greed.

They said there are no other therapies

Allowing your emergency use

But they knew about HCQ and Ivermectin yet withheld the truth

So here we are, some still in fear and distanced

Even those who have taken your jab

No end in sight, only variants, and the promise of another stab

Anti-social was to be vanquished

By this new mRNA technology

If after you maskerading in the New Abnormal is still required, you are simply folly.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/lr ... ax-poetic/
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by Kriegsspiel » Mon Apr 12, 2021 6:38 pm

I respect the attempt but that's the worst elder rap I've ever seen. DMX left us too soon.

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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by murphy_p_t » Tue Apr 13, 2021 9:25 am

Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the country’s top infectious disease experts, doesn’t want you to think the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson is less effective than others.

Fauci said in a new interview with the “Today” show that the news that Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine is safe is “nothing but good news.”

“When you have a company like Johnson & Johnson that has a very good track record with pharmaceuticals, to have them be in the mix with the other two is nothing but good news.”
Fauci was asked about concerns over the J&J vaccine, which is 72% effective compared to Moderna’s vaccine, which is 95% effective.

Fauci said: “People should get vaccinated. ... Where a vaccine becomes available, take it.”
“This is a race between the virus and getting vaccines into people. The longer someone waits to get vaccinated, the better chance the virus has to get a variant or a mutation. So the sooner we get vaccine into the arms of individuals, whatever that vaccine is, once it gets approved by the FDA, if it’s available to you, get it.”

https://www.deseret.com/u-s-world/2021/ ... safe-fauci

2/25/2021
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by Xan » Tue Apr 13, 2021 10:11 am

murphy_p_t wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 9:25 am
Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the country’s top infectious disease experts, doesn’t want you to think the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson is less effective than others.

Fauci said in a new interview with the “Today” show that the news that Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine is safe is “nothing but good news.”

“When you have a company like Johnson & Johnson that has a very good track record with pharmaceuticals, to have them be in the mix with the other two is nothing but good news.”
Fauci was asked about concerns over the J&J vaccine, which is 72% effective compared to Moderna’s vaccine, which is 95% effective.

Fauci said: “People should get vaccinated. ... Where a vaccine becomes available, take it.”
“This is a race between the virus and getting vaccines into people. The longer someone waits to get vaccinated, the better chance the virus has to get a variant or a mutation. So the sooner we get vaccine into the arms of individuals, whatever that vaccine is, once it gets approved by the FDA, if it’s available to you, get it.”

https://www.deseret.com/u-s-world/2021/ ... safe-fauci

2/25/2021
6 people out of 7,000,000 have had what was potentially a vaccine-related blood clot issue. 5 recovered, 1 died. Out of 7,000,000.
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Re: Reasons why I will not be getting injected for the Wuhan

Post by murphy_p_t » Tue Apr 13, 2021 10:46 am

Please let FDA, CDC, lil' fauci et al. know
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Post by pugchief » Tue Apr 13, 2021 11:28 am

murphy_p_t wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 10:46 am
Please let FDA, CDC, lil' fauci et al. know
So you think 6 out of 7,000,000 (which is 0.000086%) is too risky? There is no medication on the planet with absolute zero risk.
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