Covid vaccine

Peter Akara

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You need to stop pushing your believes on others. We have the right to choose if we want the covid shot or not. If you don't want to see our choices on here then stop looking at the this thread
Don’t confuse beliefs with facts.

You’ve disproved nothing, all you’ve done is whine and bitch

and I’m still not getting it so neener neener 😝 you lose I win
Literal child.

I see you avoided my earlier question. So i will ask if this is bs as well? Everything I read seems to say the same thing.. must be all conspiracy shitView attachment 27995
If you want to have an actual discussion about this article, I will review it and get back to you. I expect you to have fully read it as well. Let me know.

You would understand if you knew the doctors I have to deal with at the CFHS. With a history of misdiagnosed injuries, yes you can say that I have a bad attitude towards them.
I’m sorry you’ve had bad experiences in the past, and I get that changed our outlook. But your comment still came across very entitled.



The real irony is you bitch about doing your job, you signed up for it. I haven’t seen the inside of a hospital in over 10 years, when I do it’s for stitches or a cast. I don’t have a family doctor.
I’m not a strain on the system and you fuckin better be there to bail us out, Tax dollars pay you to be you angry fuck.
Stop bitching and do what you’re paid to do.
if you’re burnt out it’s cause you’re in over your head. In 12 years of school, didn’t the tell you there would be hard days? Suck it u
And who the fuck are you tell me how to my job, you entitled fucking loser.
How about we don’t waste BILLIONS on this garbage you promote. But keep patting all yourselves on the back for your nonsense and all graduating from your prestigious institution of Facebook and Google searches while on the toilet
 

biguglynewf

Moderator
Our ICUs are FULL with people wanting to get their own ‘natural immunity’. Misguided, dangerous, expensive.

And for the record, I also believe you shouldn’t be forced to get a vaccine. But your choices do not get to trump public health and the safety of others. So can stay home in your ‘natural immunity’ shelter. You can’t have your cake and eat it too.
Can you explain how someone choosing to be vaccinated against covid-19 protects others?

Also how this choice provides for public health protection?

because if one can be vaxed and still not only be infected but also transmit it… how does that work exactly?

you have to realize that when covid became more about politics than public health, it changed the way many people think. Maybe it was always that way? I’m not sure. I know that from my experiences though, I can pinpoint the time where I started to see a shift.

inconsistent information and messaging from the politicians and public health officials certainly aren’t helping the situation and it’s not exactly hard to question some of the things that come out of the mouths of such persons.
 

OntarioMuscle101

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Trusted Member
Don’t confuse beliefs with facts.


Literal child.


If you want to have an actual discussion about this article, I will review it and get back to you. I expect you to have fully read it as well. Let me know.


I’m sorry you’ve had bad experiences in the past, and I get that changed our outlook. But your comment still came across very entitled.




And who the fuck are you tell me how to my job, you entitled fucking loser.
How about we don’t waste BILLIONS on this garbage you promote. But keep patting all yourselves on the back for your nonsense and all graduating from your prestigious institution of Facebook and Google searches while on the toilet
No no not entitled whatsoever. I grew up on a Northern Ontario reserve to a single mother who worked her ass off and set a great example of work ethic, Dad was out of the picture somewhere with the Satans Choice MC.

Many of my peers are disabled now because the CFHS did not want to refer them to a specialist. One example of a young sailor I worked with had "eye surgery" that made her blind in one eye, then they found out she had a tumor in her head. This was years of going to MIR for headaches. I have plenty of examples.

I am the complete opposite of entitled.
 

RigPig

Moderator
Don’t confuse beliefs with facts.


Literal child.


If you want to have an actual discussion about this article, I will review it and get back to you. I expect you to have fully read it as well. Let me know.


I’m sorry you’ve had bad experiences in the past, and I get that changed our outlook. But your comment still came across very entitled.




And who the fuck are you tell me how to my job, you entitled fucking loser.
How about we don’t waste BILLIONS on this garbage you promote. But keep patting all yourselves on the back for your nonsense and all graduating from your prestigious institution of Facebook and Google searches while on the toilet
I’m not entitled to shit and I’m aware of that. you’re bitching and moaning about “being there 24/7…” fuck off. You probably brag to your family about being “on the front lines” too… am i right lol

I’m still trying to piece together your back story here
32 yo with 12.5 years of schooling and ?? How many days have you been “in the shit” there Doogie?
Thanks but no thanks, I’m not buying what your selling bud. Basically you read books and now you’re the “be all end all” on Covid.
You don’t strike me as the educated type here, you can’t even have a half decent conversation.
Get your E2 checked. Sounds like you’re running high right now lol
 

Lady XCII

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Trusted Member
Don’t confuse beliefs with facts.


Literal child.


If you want to have an actual discussion about this article, I will review it and get back to you. I expect you to have fully read it as well. Let me know.


I’m sorry you’ve had bad experiences in the past, and I get that changed our outlook. But your comment still came across very entitled.




And who the fuck are you tell me how to my job, you entitled fucking loser.
How about we don’t waste BILLIONS on this garbage you promote. But keep patting all yourselves on the back for your nonsense and all graduating from your prestigious institution of Facebook and Google searches while on the toilet
I am not the one confusing anything. I am not getting the shot. But it's you who need to stop. Your an angry guy who is pushing a choice on us. No matter what you have to say no one can force me or anyone else to take a shot that we do not even want in our bodies.
 

mustang1234

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Trusted Member
You are a liar. An uneducated, liar.

Source:
  • 85.9% of cases (176,180/205,011) since Jan 1, 2021 were unvaccinated or diagnosed within two weeks from the first dose immunization date
  • 85.7% of hospitalized cases (8,259/9,639) since Jan 1, 2021 were unvaccinated or diagnosed within two weeks from the first dose immunization date
  • 78% of COVID-19 deaths (1,013/1,298) since Jan 1, 2021 were unvaccinated or diagnosed within two weeks from the first dose immunization date
And from Sept 23
"Alberta's Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, said "100 per cent of new ICU admissions were in Albertans who did not have any vaccine protection."

But as usual with these debates, I'm the one that has to chase around your ridiculous bullshit claims. And by the time I've debunked one, you've already moved onto the next lie. And your only source is some heresay about "family members who work in healthcare. in the icu's". If you ACTUALLY knew people who worked in emerg or ICU's then you'd know your talking bullshit. Let me guess ... something something government. Something something Biden. Save it.

I ACTUALLY work in healthcare and have spent my entire adult life doing THIS. I ACTUALLY have close friends who work ICUs and emerg. My partner is an pediatric and adult emerg nurse. And EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. we are getting new, unvaccinated, very sick people who are needing intubation and transfer to ICU for ventilatory life support.

And @RigPig, you dont get it. This isnt something to come out in the wash years from now. This has been coming 'out' every single fucking day as new people are brought into ICU's, on life support. Many make it through while being proned, face-down, on a ventilator. But lots also dont. And the ones that do, they regret their choices and wish they had got the vaccine. We hear that daily.


And you know what the REAL IRONY is here. When another unvaccinated person gets sick, which happens all day, EVERY DAY. And theres a decent chance it could be one of you.... us 'political' shill doctors that spent all our time and money and still 'didn’t teach him to use his head and think for himself' --- yeah. We will still be here for you, 24/7, to bail you out and keep you monitored daily on life support to give you the best chance possible to pull through and return to your families. 100% covered by public health dollars.

And you wonder why healthcare workers are burnt out from this fucking shit.
You know May /21 only 3% of Canadians were fully vaccinated. No shit the numbers would be higher. Look it up. Good try.
 

Robnes

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Wow, I still don’t understand why people are so opposed to getting a vaccine.
Vaccines save lives. For example, polio, meningitis, small pox, and measles. These illnesses took countless lives in the past now, it’s rare people die from these diseases. Small pox was eradicated.
By getting vaccinated your body produces antibodies that make infections less severe. This helps to reduce burden on healthcare and also helps to protect others. The protection is the antibodies which help us fight the virus and provide fewer hosts for the virus to infect. Until everyone is vaccinated or develops antibodies through infection the virus is endemic. This means there are segments of the population who helps the virus survive and mutate. The longer a disease mutates the greater the risk the mutation could lead to higher mortality rates. Sometimes we need to think of the good for everyone, not just ourselves.
 

KetoMuscles

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Don’t confuse beliefs with facts.


Literal child.


If you want to have an actual discussion about this article, I will review it and get back to you. I expect you to have fully read it as well. Let me know.


I’m sorry you’ve had bad experiences in the past, and I get that changed our outlook. But your comment still came across very entitled.




And who the fuck are you tell me how to my job, you entitled fucking loser.
How about we don’t waste BILLIONS on this garbage you promote. But keep patting all yourselves on the back for your nonsense and all graduating from your prestigious institution of Facebook and Google searches while on the toilet
Since you're swinging your big credentials around, maybe you could edumacate me a bit. Just remember I'm only a smooth brain blue collar shlep so type slowly.
Can you explain to me the reality of therapeutics and early multi drug interventions such as HCQ, Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies. And tell me how natural immunity doesn't contribute to herd immunity. Oh wait, is herd immunity still a thing or is vaccination of 100% of the population our only hope as a species?
 

KetoMuscles

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Trusted Member
Wow, I still don’t understand why people are so opposed to getting a vaccine.
Vaccines save lives. For example, polio, meningitis, small pox, and measles. These illnesses took countless lives in the past now, it’s rare people die from these diseases. Small pox was eradicated.
By getting vaccinated your body produces antibodies that make infections less severe. This helps to reduce burden on healthcare and also helps to protect others. The protection is the antibodies which help us fight the virus and provide fewer hosts for the virus to infect. Until everyone is vaccinated or develops antibodies through infection the virus is endemic. This means there are segments of the population who helps the virus survive and mutate. The longer a disease mutates the greater the risk the mutation could lead to higher mortality rates. Sometimes we need to think of the good for everyone, not just ourselves.
This message was brought to you by The CDC, WHO and CNN. Don't get your information from anywhere else. Remember, get vaccinated or die.
 

Lady XCII

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Trusted Member
Wow, I still don’t understand why people are so opposed to getting a vaccine.
Vaccines save lives. For example, polio, meningitis, small pox, and measles. These illnesses took countless lives in the past now, it’s rare people die from these diseases. Small pox was eradicated.
By getting vaccinated your body produces antibodies that make infections less severe. This helps to reduce burden on healthcare and also helps to protect others. The protection is the antibodies which help us fight the virus and provide fewer hosts for the virus to infect. Until everyone is vaccinated or develops antibodies through infection the virus is endemic. This means there are segments of the population who helps the virus survive and mutate. The longer a disease mutates the greater the risk the mutation could lead to higher mortality rates. Sometimes we need to think of the good for everyone, not just ourselves.
If this vaccine actually stop the spread of the virus or it stops you getting the virus and as well doesn't cause clots or deaths then I might consider it. But the way the vaccine is I will not get it.
 

windsorguy

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I wasn’t saying anything bad about super, nor do I have anything bad to say about him. You just said you missed him, so I was wondering what happened.
That was directed at myself a bit lol me and him went at it for a few days, sarcasm taken too literal
 

RigPig

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Wow, I still don’t understand why people are so opposed to getting a vaccine.
Vaccines save lives. For example, polio, meningitis, small pox, and measles. These illnesses took countless lives in the past now, it’s rare people die from these diseases. Small pox was eradicated.
By getting vaccinated your body produces antibodies that make infections less severe. This helps to reduce burden on healthcare and also helps to protect others. The protection is the antibodies which help us fight the virus and provide fewer hosts for the virus to infect. Until everyone is vaccinated or develops antibodies through infection the virus is endemic. This means there are segments of the population who helps the virus survive and mutate. The longer a disease mutates the greater the risk the mutation could lead to higher mortality rates. Sometimes we need to think of the good for everyone, not just ourselves.
I am by no means an anti-vax individual. I didn’t get the Vax because the numbers out there didn’t show my demographic was at risk. During all that time the information started to shift yet I am living and working in places that haven’t pushed vaccines and everyone is living healthy, worry free lives.

I can assure you, if you all would leave your bubbles and look at the world, you’d see a different story than what you’re hearing about on the news.
I’m lucky enough to spend most of my time in places that are looking at things a bit differently, 2 years into this we should all be dead shouldn’t we?
Do what makes sense to you. I’ve had it, I’m fairly young, definitely healthy and Covid for me was 3 days of feeling like shit, then it was gone. Almost like a regular flu with a little bit more kick
 

superbeast

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This thread is a fucking sesspool of misinformation, half truths about d-dimers and trops like you all know what your talking about, and fucking garbage ego’s

Not wanting vaccines because you’ll ‘trust your immune system’. That’s not how it works, Jesus Christ! Modern medicine has gone so far to save *everyone*, it’s ironic that the people it’s protecting are so fucking ignorant that they are fighting against the same system protecting them.

How do I even begin to argue with you, when you don’t know what the fuck your talking about *and* you’ve clearly made up your mind. Good job standing up for what you ‘believe’ — too bad it’s misguided and objectively wrong.

But what do I know?

BSc (Molecular and Cellular Biology),
MSc (Immunology)
MD

Let me know about your 12.5 years of university in this field. And that’s just the training. That’s not including that this is what I do, every day.



Lol 😂 I’d let you find another physician with that attitude. And I’d let you know I’m not “asking”.
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