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[#] Tue Mar 09 2021 07:19:20 EST from Nurb432

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And this uncontrollable urge to no longer eat natural meat and buy Microsoft products?

Tue Mar 09 2021 06:58:52 EST from triLcat

I got vaccinated a while ago. 2 shots Pfizer. I'm perfectly Pfine. 
My arm was very sore and I was tired for a bit.

 



 



[#] Tue Mar 09 2021 08:13:15 EST from triLcat

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Still on Linux, but what makes meat natural?

 



[#] Tue Mar 09 2021 19:34:47 EST from darknetuser

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2021-03-09 08:13 from triLcat
Still on Linux, but what makes meat natural?

 


What makes it natural is not being grown in an underground sinister laboratory in which Gate's slaves try to turn plastic into beef.

[#] Wed Mar 10 2021 02:27:53 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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I've been keeping quiet, but my wife had hers, Pfizer, about 6 weeks ago, mine is coming up on 3 weeks. 

No reactions. What I am hearing is that 2nd dose is the one that usually has complications, and that after 3 weeks, first shot gives about 80% efficacy. 

I'll still probably follow up with second shot. In for a penny, in for a pound. 

I've also never had a reaction except to a barium injection for a CatScan that gave me some mild hives. 

 

Wed Mar 03 2021 11:51:49 EST from LoanShark

I got Pfizered at 10AM. No reaction so far.


I've never really had any reaction to any vaccine, ever.

 



[#] Wed Mar 10 2021 02:36:25 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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You were moody and temperamental? I didn't notice at all. 

I didn't even have soreness in my shoulder on my first round. I may have been a little lethargic and I've been incredibly sleepy and less energetic - but, I don't know if that is the vaccine or just that I'm generally lazy, it has been cold, and I've been... 


Well, yeah, just in the other room - I've got way less desire to interact with people because they annoy me more lately. So - maybe there are some *exaggerations* of my *natural* disposition that are easy to just dismiss due to my naturally manic mood swings. 

I guess this is kind of a hidden danger of things like Chantix, too... You don't *realize* it is the drug that is making you have the mood swings. You just chalk it up to your own sweet self. 

But - how do you quantify THAT? 

Especially in a time like now... where mood swings are kind of par for the course. 

I have had sore arms... aching sore arms, from flu shots, and also had flu like symptoms from flu shots. 

 

Sat Mar 06 2021 15:08:37 EST from LoanShark
The "now i feel like i have it" after getting a vax: While i have
never had that problem, i have heard people i know mention that
reaction with regular flu shots too.

I'm quite relived that didn't happen this time, because 'feeling like I have it again' for me, would mean a return of the acute moodiness/short-term depression that lingered into last April/May for me (in fits and starts, it wasn't a constnat thing, but it seemed like a post-viral inflammatory syndrome.)

 



[#] Wed Mar 10 2021 02:36:51 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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LOL

Sat Mar 06 2021 16:31:12 EST from LoanShark
2021-03-05 08:11 from Nurb432
"Yep doing just great other than this damned antenna on my forehead"

I've got much better 5G reception though

 



[#] Fri Mar 12 2021 13:55:18 EST from LoanShark

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I guess this is kind of a hidden danger of things like Chantix,
too... You don't *realize* it is the drug that is making you have the

mood swings. You just chalk it up to your own sweet self. 

I'm sorta lucky (in a sense) in that the delirium was so obviously medical and neurological in origin (I couldn't even pronounce syllables quite right) that I very much knew that "this is not me - this will pass". I wouldn't want to be in somebody else's shoes, where some kind of post-viral chronic fatigue/depression becomes their new normal.


[#] Sat Mar 13 2021 23:13:54 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Hmnn... I lose words very quickly lately - and I'm a verbose MFer. I find myself going, "what is that word, what is it... you know... the... "cooperation!" why the hell couldn't I remember that word?" 

 

Fri Mar 12 2021 13:55:18 EST from LoanShark
I guess this is kind of a hidden danger of things like Chantix,
too... You don't *realize* it is the drug that is making you have the

mood swings. You just chalk it up to your own sweet self. 

I'm sorta lucky (in a sense) in that the delirium was so obviously medical and neurological in origin (I couldn't even pronounce syllables quite right) that I very much knew that "this is not me - this will pass". I wouldn't want to be in somebody else's shoes, where some kind of post-viral chronic fatigue/depression becomes their new normal.

 



[#] Sun Mar 14 2021 12:01:03 EDT from Nurb432

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Having worked in so many industries, I try to talk at the level of my audience. Not that they are stupid, but dont understand the tech world. They have their own gig to worry about. So i'm always trying to sort out "what word do i need to use.. or can i at all and make any sense?" An often times i get the same problem.

Tho, now that people do have computers at home now and have for a while, its not as hard as it used to be.  Gone are the days of 'what does power cycle the computer mean' and having to explain it like a TV set so they dont keep powering down the monitor instead.  "Like you do with your VCR at night, turn the box underneath off, not the 'screen' ).  Of course that means so many people are 'experts'... 

Sat Mar 13 2021 23:13:54 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Hmnn... I lose words very quickly lately - and I'm a verbose MFer. I find myself going, "what is that word, what is it... you know... the... "cooperation!" why the hell couldn't I remember that word?" 

 

 


[#] Mon Mar 15 2021 19:33:23 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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This is different, though... it is like... the early signs that eventually I'm going to lose my words. I've used them a lot - way more than most people - so I got a lot of mileage out of them. But I'm afraid I may run empty before I'm done saying things I want to say, at this rate. 

 

Sun Mar 14 2021 12:01:03 EDT from Nurb432

Having worked in so many industries, I try to talk at the level of my audience. Not that they are stupid, but dont understand the tech world. They have their own gig to worry about. So i'm always trying to sort out "what word do i need to use.. or can i at all and make any sense?" An often times i get the same problem.

Tho, now that people do have computers at home now and have for a while, its not as hard as it used to be.  Gone are the days of 'what does power cycle the computer mean' and having to explain it like a TV set so they dont keep powering down the monitor instead.  "Like you do with your VCR at night, turn the box underneath off, not the 'screen' ).  Of course that means so many people are 'experts'... 

Sat Mar 13 2021 23:13:54 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Hmnn... I lose words very quickly lately - and I'm a verbose MFer. I find myself going, "what is that word, what is it... you know... the... "cooperation!" why the hell couldn't I remember that word?" 

 

 


 



[#] Tue Mar 16 2021 14:32:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Having worked in so many industries, I try to talk at the level of my
audience. Not that they are stupid, but dont understand the tech

If you don't think your audience is stupid, you don't know your audience.

People Are No Damn Good (tm)

[#] Wed Mar 17 2021 12:19:37 EDT from Nurb432

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Nah, they just are smart in other fields. IT isn't their gig, or they would be working for my agency instead. 

Sure, there are stupid people everywhere, but not as a systemic thing in this context.

Tue Mar 16 2021 14:32:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar
Having worked in so many industries, I try to talk at the level of my
audience. Not that they are stupid, but dont understand the tech

If you don't think your audience is stupid, you don't know your audience.

People Are No Damn Good (tm)

 



[#] Fri Mar 19 2021 10:44:22 EDT from LoanShark

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This is, almost certainly, objectively good news: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/baby-born-covid-antibodies-moderna-vaccine/

[#] Sat Mar 20 2021 07:47:43 EDT from Nurb432

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Or, it was just coincidence and its evolution at work.

Fri Mar 19 2021 10:44:22 EDT from LoanShark

This is, almost certainly, objectively good news: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/baby-born-covid-antibodies-moderna-vaccine/

 



[#] Sat Mar 20 2021 11:01:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Ugh. Me and ladders. Don't get along, I guess. I twisted my knee stepping down from a very short distance. HARD. There was a sickening crunch and a Wilhelm scream. It's the next morning now, and it aches a lot. There's a lot of swelling and it hurts but there is no excessive heat, so I don't think I tore anything. But damn this is the last thing I want while I'm trying to remodel my kitchen.

[#] Sat Mar 20 2021 11:33:41 EDT from Nurb432

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Ya they can suck.   that experience i had last week during the storm, thankfully the next day i was ok. Could have been worse.  

Brother fell off a customer's roof one time when the ladder pulled away on him ( he used to install consumer dish network hardware ). No damage other than pride.  but could have died and no one notice for a while..

Sat Mar 20 2021 11:01:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar
Ugh. Me and ladders. Don't get along, I guess. I twisted my knee stepping down from a very short distance. HARD. There was a sickening crunch and a Wilhelm scream. It's the next morning now, and it aches a lot. There's a lot of swelling and it hurts but there is no excessive heat, so I don't think I tore anything. But damn this is the last thing I want while I'm trying to remodel my kitchen.

 



[#] Wed Mar 24 2021 16:13:00 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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I feel this is how a bunch of outbreak apocalypse movies start. 

 

Sat Mar 20 2021 07:47:43 EDT from Nurb432

Or, it was just coincidence and its evolution at work.

Fri Mar 19 2021 10:44:22 EDT from LoanShark

This is, almost certainly, objectively good news: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/baby-born-covid-antibodies-moderna-vaccine/

 



 



[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 08:47:08 EDT from LoanShark

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2021-03-24 16:13 from ParanoidDelusions
I feel this is how a bunch of outbreak apocalypse movies start. 

With pseudoscientific nonsense? Yes.

[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 08:48:25 EDT from LoanShark

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My aunt, probably in her 70s and who had previously had lung cancer (lost part of a lung, I think) has now "recovered" from covid. Quote: "the doctors say it'll probably be June before I start feeling much better, and I will probably be on oxygen forever."

[#] Sat Mar 27 2021 10:11:45 EDT from nonservator

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"My science is science. Your science is voodoo."  -Everyone who claims to FUCKING LOVE SCIENCE



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