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Contagion 2020
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Sterling Archer
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09-14-2021, 05:06 PM -
(09-14-2021, 04:28 PM)rojo Wrote: AZ isn't an mRNA vaccine, so is that deemed experimental or not (Scott)?

If an off the shelf drug was able to reliably mitigate/cure people then we wouldn't have such high numbers in ICU causing lockdowns that fuck the economy. Proper tinfoil hat reasoning to imply big greedy pharmas are playing us all (including governments) with vaccines when they knew of a simple cheap tablet remedy all along.

However the big rush of sales of ivermectin will certainly have lined the pockets of a few pharmas - I could believe a conspiracy behind how that happened.

Rojo, regardless of the immorality of Big Pharma, I still put my trust in the scientific community who said getting the vaccine was a good idea. I also wouldn’t be comfortable popping tablets of ivermectin without solid evidence that it significantly reduces symptoms.

I actually wanted the Astra Zenica vaccine at first because it was less experimental, but my age group was banned from having it after blood clot concerns emerged. My friends mum has deep vein thrombosis type of problems but was given AZ before these side affects emerged. Its almost like we don’t know the full affects of vaccines on a whole population and an element of risk (albeit small) exists in receiving them Wow
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09-14-2021, 05:08 PM -
(09-14-2021, 05:02 PM)Sterling Archer Wrote:

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09-14-2021, 05:22 PM -
So was it just banter in the end? She's reeled in the entire British media if so  Warnock
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09-14-2021, 05:40 PM -
It's all fackin kickin off.
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09-14-2021, 05:45 PM -
(09-14-2021, 05:06 PM)Hung S.J. Wrote: Rojo, regardless of the immorality of Big Pharma, I still put my trust in the scientific community who said getting the vaccine was a good idea. I also wouldn’t be comfortable popping tablets of ivermectin without solid evidence that it significantly reduces symptoms.

I actually wanted the Astra Zenica vaccine at first because it was less experimental, but my age group was banned from having it after blood clot concerns emerged. My friends mum has deep vein thrombosis type of problems but was given AZ before these side affects emerged. Its almost like we don’t know the full affects of vaccines on a whole population and an element of risk (albeit small) exists in receiving them Wow


I'm not arguing against the risk of taking the vaccine, especially the mRNA ones. However the risk of complications from natural infection is higher (also with unknown long term effects), so given we're now just letting this thing run rampant I'd rather take my chances with the vaccine.

I don't really see there being much more to the debate than that - those who don't want the vaccine are basically considered acceptable collateral damage (as are the tiny percent who suffer complications from the vaccine). That's the way it is and there's not much other way to go about it that I can think of if the vaccine uptake has been high enough to be close or reach herd immunity.
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Don't even care if shes anti vax after that slam.



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