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[#] Sat May 01 2021 10:29:19 EDT from Nurb432

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so when does my arm stop hurting?  i need to mow the lawn this weekend. 



[#] Sat May 01 2021 10:35:38 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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In the past, what you would bet on is that eventually the novel corona virus or other virus pandemic would simply disappear. That is what has happened to every other one so far. The Spanish Flu, SARS... 

A virus that is too deadly and too effective tends to burn itself out. A mild one isn't really a major problem if it hangs around. Nature tends to balance things like this. 

I find that another proof of intelligent design - BTW. Gore predicted the total absence of arctic ice by 2015. Instead, 2015 saw the largest extent of arctic ice in history, trapping a Russian icebreaker for 3 months, with nothing able to get to it to free it. Turns out that melting ice sheets lowered the salinity in the arctic ocean, making the freezing point higher - the system is designed to accommodate for melting ice by making MORE ice. All the models missed it. 

But anyhow - viruses tend to do the same kind of thing. The fact that this one *isn't* doing those things, and is so perfectly balanced - seems to me to indicate that *it* is the product of "intelligent design," and not natural design, too. ;) 

 

Sat May 01 2021 10:19:57 EDT from Nurb432

Possible? I would bet on it.  Nature evolves.  Viruses are nature.



 



[#] Sat May 01 2021 10:38:59 EDT from zooer

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Sat May 01 2021 10:29:19 AM EDT from Nurb432

so when does my arm stop hurting?  i need to mow the lawn this weekend. 



Monday.



[#] Sat May 01 2021 10:45:51 EDT from Nurb432

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lol



[#] Sat May 01 2021 11:58:53 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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When people say their arms hurt - I get the impression they meant it REALLY hurt. 

I've had kind of a charlie horse after a flu shot, in the past... but never anything *debilitating*. 

So I wonder, if people are just pussies, or if this side-effect is REALLY painful. My 2nd dose, I had a mild ache for a day that wasn't nearly as bad as some flu shots I've had. 

And I've been exhausted more often - a very consuming, total exhaustion... but it is hard to say if that is a side effect, or just my lifestyle and the way I abuse myself. If I were eating right, exercising right, not smoking or drinking, getting to bed, taking plenty of water, and younger and I was this exhausted after the shot, I'd go... "It is the shot..." 

But at 51, the exhaustion just feels like the side effect of driving my body like I stole it since I was 13. 

 

 

Sat May 01 2021 10:38:59 EDT from zooer

 

Sat May 01 2021 10:29:19 AM EDT from Nurb432

so when does my arm stop hurting?  i need to mow the lawn this weekend. 



Monday.



 



[#] Sat May 01 2021 15:35:35 EDT from Nurb432

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It is just sore 'sitting' there but if i use the muscle in the upper arm ( like to lift the arm up ) it *really* hurts.  Im used to pain, all the time, after i broke my other arm in 1/2. 

 

But that said, around 1530, its improved and i could mow grass. ( if i didnt have to run back to hospital soon )

 

Sat May 01 2021 11:58:53 AM EDT from ParanoidDelusions

When people say their arms hurt - I get the impression they meant it REALLY hurt. 

I

 



[#] Sun May 02 2021 19:08:06 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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Damn. Glad I managed to dodge all the side effects. Did you get Moderna or Pfizer? 

 

Sat May 01 2021 15:35:35 EDT from Nurb432

 

It is just sore 'sitting' there but if i use the muscle in the upper arm ( like to lift the arm up ) it *really* hurts.  Im used to pain, all the time, after i broke my other arm in 1/2. 

 

But that said, around 1530, its improved and i could mow grass. ( if i didnt have to run back to hospital soon )

 

Sat May 01 2021 11:58:53 AM EDT from ParanoidDelusions

When people say their arms hurt - I get the impression they meant it REALLY hurt. 

I

 



 



[#] Sun May 02 2021 19:12:25 EDT from Nurb432

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I had to go find my "American Freedom Passport" to find out.  I guess it says Pfizer 

Its fine now, mowed grass and got the top down/up on the jeep without issue.  ( other than weather dude was wrong and it decided to rain this afternoon, not tomorow. )



[#] Sun May 02 2021 21:39:40 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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Pfizer is supposed to be the safest one. It is what we all got. My wife had some muscle soreness in her arm - but nothing quite like what you describe. 

 

Sun May 02 2021 19:12:25 EDT from Nurb432

I had to go find my "American Freedom Passport" to find out.  I guess it says Pfizer 

Its fine now, mowed grass and got the top down/up on the jeep without issue.  ( other than weather dude was wrong and it decided to rain this afternoon, not tomorow. )



 



[#] Mon May 03 2021 17:42:04 EDT from LoanShark

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A virus that is too deadly and too effective tends to burn itself
out. A mild one isn't really a major problem if it hangs around.
Nature tends to balance things like this. 

I saw some interesting stuff come over the wire about the Salk polio vaccine.


TL;DR: Polio didn't become a major issue in the United States until we had widespread sanitary drinking water systems. Before then, people were constantly exposed to polio through unsanitary water, and widespread immunity was a given. Of course people still got sick with tragic consequences, but it wasn't as frequent.


Thing is, nobody is arguing that we should go back to drinking muddy water from a well in the village green surrounded by a pile of cowshit.

[#] Mon May 03 2021 18:53:29 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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I'm almost entirely sure this statement is 100% false.
 

Mon May 03 2021 17:42:04 EDT from LoanShark


Thing is, nobody is arguing that we should go back to drinking muddy water from a well in the village green surrounded by a pile of cowshit.

 



[#] Mon May 03 2021 19:11:50 EDT from LoanShark

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2021-05-03 18:53 from ParanoidDelusions
I'm almost entirely sure this statement is 100% false.

Enjoy your cowshit, Devin ;)

[#] Mon May 03 2021 19:12:10 EDT from Nurb432

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Not in the mainstream perhaps, but im sure people want to knock us back that far.  Most of those are also pushing the 'great reset' where we get to live like that again, but they dont.

Mon May 03 2021 05:42:04 PM EDT from LoanShark
Thing is, nobody is arguing that we should go back to drinking muddy water from a well in the village green surrounded by a pile of cowshit.

 



[#] Mon May 03 2021 19:12:32 EDT from Nurb432

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Since its medical..   wife may go home tomorrow. unsure yet but a good chance.



[#] Mon May 03 2021 19:13:46 EDT from LoanShark

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2021-05-03 19:12 from Nurb432
Not in the mainstream perhaps, but im sure people want to knock us
back that far.  Most of those are also pushing the 'great reset'
where we get to live like that again, but they dont.

look, my real world actual non-anonmized last name is Tessier-Ashpool, and I am going to be pissing on all of Them from orbit.

[#] Mon May 03 2021 19:56:13 EDT from Nurb432

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I doubt pee would make it thru re-entry. 

 



[#] Mon May 03 2021 20:18:48 EDT from LoanShark

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It would be interesting to do the experiment, though.

[#] Mon May 03 2021 20:47:29 EDT from Nurb432

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Heh. Just dont freeze it off up there.  Space is cold. Really cold.



[#] Mon May 03 2021 21:38:58 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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Hey... I didn't say I was one OF those people. 

I just was pointing out that your statement, as worded, was entirely arguable. ;) 

 

Mon May 03 2021 19:11:50 EDT from LoanShark
2021-05-03 18:53 from ParanoidDelusions
I'm almost entirely sure this statement is 100% false.

Enjoy your cowshit, Devin ;)

 



[#] Mon May 03 2021 21:58:15 EDT from zooer

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When the astronauts discharged the urine from the capsule it instantly froze.  There are small chucks of urine in orbit, Micheal Collins and Neil Armstrong live on.  



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