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footswitch
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
You're an unhinged phag . Just an observation.


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David_DJS
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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It’s widely accepted that duration of immunity is unknown, pertaining to virus and vaccine. No data to support vaccine complications at levels greater than natural occurrence. It’s like your running special teams with thigh pads but no helmet.

That's hardly a compelling scientific argument for a person not at risk, who has had the virus already and carries natural immunity - to get vaccinated.

Another question - let's say I get it again. What does the science say - will it be tougher than the first go with the virus, or will it be easier?


Townedrunkard
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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I bet your friend was on fentanyl before they took the vaccine and that’s what killed them. They happened to take the vaccine at the same time but they were prob goin die of drug use.


Kinda like majority of the people that died from covid actually died from some other health concern....


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AmosMosesAndTwins
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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That's hardly a compelling scientific argument for a person not at risk, who has had the virus already and carries natural immunity - to get vaccinated.


Granted, but I think you’d agree that vaccination, even if you deem redundant, has higher likelihood of impacting transmission rates positively than opting not to vaccinate. It’s like cell phone coverage. You’re T-Mobile. Be AT&T, man.

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Another question - let's say I get it again. What does the science say - will it be tougher than the first go with the virus, or will it be easier?



Let’s hope these occurrences remain rare, but, probably impossible to definitively say one way or the other. On one hand, your body has equipped itself, meaning lessened severity. On the other hand, long-term internal effects from the first infection could exacerbate the symptoms during second infection, JMHO.

You guys have been trying to live in a land of absolutes, black and white, for the past year. The answers, solutions, and tolerance limitations of GP just aren’t that clear cut.


starkvingrad
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
I got both of mine and I'm just fine.


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AmosMosesAndTwins
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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If the flu vax was expiremental and also killing people, I'd for sure skip it.

I had Covid. I've had way worse allergies.

You're a herd animal.


You’re calling me a sheep, when you’ve taken anti-vax stance with no scientific merit to back it, purely relying on conjecture of ignorants. Think about that for a second and come beh-eh-eh-ehk if the lightbulb doesn’t come on.


MrCoachKlein
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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Abu


I’m sure you love the new DBT content. You used to be one of my favorite posters- logical, balanced, and free-thinking. I sincerely hope you’re doing well, take care man


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MrCoachKlein
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your body has equipped itself, meaning lessened severity


The irony


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Blueprint
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
Ted, soon, you will be something out of a zombie movie.


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David_DJS
Member since Aug 2005
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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Granted, but I think you’d agree that vaccination, even if you deem redundant, has higher likelihood of impacting transmission rates positively than opting not to vaccinate. It’s like cell phone coverage. You’re T-Mobile. Be AT&T, man.

If I was concerned about the virus or was in the sphere of someone I was concerned for, I'd probably get the virus. But I'm not. And to be clear, my perspective is that this whole thing is way, way overblown, so we may have a different idea of who's really at risk and who's not.

Got a question for you, and I'm asking it because I've seen nearly nothing on it, and to me we should all know the answer.

If we counted flu deaths from the last bad flu season (I think '17/'18) the way we have counted COVID deaths, how many flu deaths would we have registered over that six month flu season?

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On the other hand, long-term internal effects from the first infection could exacerbate the symptoms during second infection, JMHO.

I can appreciate what you're suggesting here, but aren't there similar concerns about the vaccines?

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You guys have been trying to live in a land of absolutes, black and white, for the past year.

I see it differently. That I'm skeptical of people who've been very wrong, very often, and at least appear to have political motivations doesn't mean I need black and white. It means I don't trust the people that are front/center in championing the "response to COVID."

Take a moment and think about your comment from the perspective of someone that thinks differently than you do. Not a paranoid moron (they're on both sides of this COVID/MASK/VACCINES debate), but someone that has actually put some serious thought into these matters and came away with different opinions than you have.
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Numberwang
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
You're fricking stupid. You have no retort. Go watch a few episodes of Maddow to download your talking points, bitch-boy.

You aren't capable of having a conversation otherwise.



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Numberwang
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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You’re calling me a sheep, when you’ve taken anti-vax stance with no scientific merit to back it,


No scientific merit to back my stance?

You dumb motherfricker. I've HAD COVID. I have also donated blood three times since I HAD COVID and each time I tested positive for the antibodies.

You're a fricking sheep and a pussy.

You're literally demanding I get a vax for a disease I have not only recovered from, but have tested positive for antibodies for multiple times.

You don't have a science leg to stand on frickwit.
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TrueLefty
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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Im holding out as long as I can, fellow Patriot



Are the real Sir Winston? Since you just said you are holding out? Is there something you hate about the drug company?
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RemouladeSawce
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
COVID

Vaccine

One's a virus that kills between 1-2% of those who get it, and unfortunately the 98-99% who easily shrug it off still consistently pass it on to those less equipped to do the same. In survivors it also unfortunately presents statistically significant increases to a number of intermediate/long-term conditions.

One's a deterrent against said virus that kills less than 0.0031% that get two doses, and that's with those "deaths" front-loaded by those more inclined to have gotten the vaccine early (the chronically sick or elderly). Now late in its distribution game, we are still waiting for anywhere near the magnitude (relative or absolute) of intermediate-term health issues to arise with it. Rounding error crickets thus far.

Support for one is supported by safety data (both mortality and morbidity) at such a superior magnitude to the other that you can adjust for any degree of statistical data frickery (however likely it may be) and it still blows the doors off of the latter.

Avoidance of the same one in most cases - as exhibited by the latter half of this thread - is predominantly supported by fee-fees. (Not putting COVID survivors in the fee-fee bucket when they don't have any utility in getting vaccinated)

It's sad to see certain denizens 180 this hard from a year ago. Paranoia is infectious.
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TrueLefty
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
Some got the measles, chicken pot, Spanish FLU, and many others. Which ones are better to avoid catching?


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AmosMosesAndTwins
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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If I was concerned about the virus are was in the sphere of someone I was concerned for, I'd probably get the virus. But I'm not. And to be clear, my perspective is that this whole thing is way, way overblown, so we may have a different idea of who's really at risk and who's not.


Everyone is in everyone’s sphere, hence masks, vaccines, etc.
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Got a question for you, and I'm asking it because I've seen nearly nothing on it, and to me we should all know the answer.

If we counted flu deaths from the last bad flu season (I think '17/'18) the way we have counted COVID deaths, how many flu deaths would we have registered over that six month flu season?


A hell of a lot less than Covid. Covid is not the flu.

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I can appreciate what you're suggesting here, but aren't there similar concerns about the vaccines?


Unfounded, unsupported by scientific data, and pure conjecture, based on several hypotheticals aligning perfectly to yield adverse effect. Kinda the entire point I’m trying to make here.

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Take a moment and think about your comment from the perspective of someone that thinks differently than you do. Not a paranoid moron (they're on both sides of this COVID/MASK/VACCINES debate), but someone that has actually put some serious thought into these matters and came away with different opinions than you have.


I’m actually, as a person, very inclusive of alternative viewpoints. I’m a devil’s advocate, punch holes in every viewpoint until I’m left with what’s most logical. I understand your rights, opinion, etc., I’m just of the opinion that your viewpoint is weak in logic and scientific basis, as I see it. I get you’re making the best decision for you, great, but, what you fail to see is how your decision inherently becomes the decision of everyone, by proxy. You’re mouth breathing morning breath in a crowded room; just take a damn mint and everyone would benefit.


RemouladeSawce
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Member since Sep 2008
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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Not a paranoid moron (they're on both sides of this COVID/MASK/VACCINES debate), but someone that has actually put some serious thought into these matters
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If I was concerned about the virus or was in the sphere of someone I was concerned for, I'd probably get the virus
Sorry Broseidon but these lines rationally don't add up. We're nearly 6 months since first vaccines went out. We have more than enough mortality and morbidity data for both COVID and its vaccines to be able to state that that of the latter is rounding error compared to the former.

The decision to prefer getting COVID over a vaccine is not even risk aversion, it's risk seeking. You're actively making decisions against the clear data with the only thing in your corner being hunch and distrust. Much of that distrust towards stakeholders is not without merit, but there's a point in every conspiracy theorist's life when appropriate skepticism dips into delusion.
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AmosMosesAndTwins
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Apr 2010
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You don't have a science leg to stand on frickwit.


Well, I haven’t had Covid, so....


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David_DJS
Member since Aug 2005
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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One's a virus that kills between 1-2% of those who get it,

You identified yourself as ill-informed inside of 20 words.

Nothing close to 1-2% of those that get COVID die.


RemouladeSawce
LSU Fan
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Member since Sep 2008
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re: Friend just dies from the vaccine
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You identified yourself as ill-informed inside of 20 words.

Nothing close to 1-2% of those that get COVID die.

By all means big guy, break out the statistical analysis to the contrary. Don't be shy. Get out of the "hunches" and into the data.

For "nothing close" you better be showing CFR's <0.5%. You can argue overall case incidence is understated and be directionally right but if 1-2% isn't "close" you're implying case reporting is underreported by a minimum multiple of 2-3x, which would inherently also entail a magnitude of underreported deaths offseting that metric decrease.
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