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Positive-Court 9 points ago +9 / -0

Look at it this way- the kids born in the same year as your kid will have parents leaning against the vaccine (and thus probably conservative), as all the provaccine mandate parents will wind up with miscarriages or other effects that we've yet to uncover.

Even if the vaccine doesn't affect future fertility, a miscarriage would force you to try again for around a year til your pregannt again.

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

When your 95, it's really easy to injure youself. Royalty or not.

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Positive-Court 3 points ago +3 / -0

Check with your company to see what's up about their compliance. They may keep it as a compamy policy.

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Positive-Court -1 points ago +1 / -2

There was that bible story where one lady was cosleeping with her baby, and the baby died after she rolled onto it, and thus suffocated, her baby. I could see that representing a broader occurence of SIDS in the past.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think the fact that they weren't being indoctruanted in schools (and were ignoring online lectures) for a year & a half helped them to release what bulshit school is.

Though they always struck me as a more conservative generation in general.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

A white supremacist whose only targets were white. Even if you belive he's a terrible person, the white supremacist part lets you know those believers have done zero research into the case.

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

Idk where to move to though. I know Spanish but every Spanish speaking country is either gang filled or follows along with the COVID bs. And if I leave the U.S. I won't be able to go back without the jab.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

You know, seeing everyone's description of PTSD and how one reacts makes me wonder if I had it- or maybe grief makes you react in a similar way to PTSD when you think about it too hard.

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can see the argemt for the trial tension causing his response- but he's been in the court room for days & was talking fine beforehand. It qas specifically relicing the momwnt right as he got cornered by the first guy that his brain broke down. Lighter circumstances than what he's been through cause PTSD. While he may mot have it, I'd find that relatively unlikely.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have you ever experienced anything similar? I have. It's not faked imo. He was talking clearly before, but when he got to the traumatic incident, his brain shut down. For me, I don't want to cry. You can see him trying to force out words. That doesn't stop the trauma respone in your brain from kicking in.

Idk how anyone thinks he's faking his tears.

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Positive-Court 3 points ago +3 / -0

Does no longer recommended mean that it's required or that it's unsafe?

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oof. That sounds like a tough break.

I knew Muslims in highschool, and most of them were kind, reliable, hardworking kids. I'm not sure about what Muslims who haven't been Americanized from childhood on up or who converted later in life (e.g. prison convicts) are like, but there's a subset who are good.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah. . It fucking sucks. And considering people have literally put the vaccine into the bodies of themselves and their trusting children, I can see them never letting go.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'll be hiding behind my quarter hispanic label if they come knocking on our doors. Not that my virtue signaling white as fuck extended family cares. To them, hispanics are ppoverty stricken immigrants who deserve the best in order to get up. I don't count im their eyes- whoch I get. What kills me is that my Dad doesn't count either, and while he's doing fine now, he fit into their stereotypical image of a poor soul needing assistance when he was younger (1 of 7 siblings, father died when he was a teen, worked full time going to college full time and gave money he earned to support his younger family members and nieces and nephews born to his teenage sister).

They look at him, and just cause he inherited a white phenotype and never talks about it, they go say he isn't hispanic. Like. His father literally was.

If they're for hispanics, but my father nor doesn't count in their eyes, then. It makes me feel crazyyyy.

Imprompto rant over

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

Children dying young as well. I had a friend when I was a kid (so long before COVID) who seemed perfectly fine, then ine day she went to sleep and never woke up again. She was 9 years old. The best idea I've put together as to what happened was an undiagnosed heart defect.

It's gonna be a long time before we really see the vaccines consequences, and I fear it will be heartbreaking once the side effects are discovered.

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Positive-Court 2 points ago +2 / -0

. . I was referring to the above poster saying that her husband should tell his mother to get the booster. A booster we at least have a widespread consensus isn't safe, and so coming from those of us who believe it's a kill shot would be equivalent to telling our parent to die.

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

So? We have genes in our family which result in autism. That doesn't mean vaccines help. Honestly, it should be all the more reason to be cautious with them,cause when your kids start closer to that threshline, than vaccined could push them over the edge.

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Positive-Court 4 points ago +5 / -1

That's still her husband's mother. If my mom got dementia,I don't want to think I'd abandon her. Even with mynown grandparents being trash right now,I still don't want them hurt.

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

Does it matter what your skin color is? I'm pale as heck, and live in the South, so I don't think I'd have absorption issues.

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Positive-Court 1 point ago +1 / -0

It sounds exactly like COVID's progression. Fever, then cough.

I don't think the flue causes a cough. . If he were asymptomatic, we could make a case,but as it is, I'd say he had whatever they're calling COVID.

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