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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

Certainly the flu changes, but there's normal variation and there's significant variation. What if one year you develop red itchy spots? Is that also a variation of the flu? Hopefully you don't think so. COVID has significantly different symptoms from the flu. Can you tell the difference between a cold and the flu? I can 100% feel a difference, but some people can't. My experience proved significant difference between COVID and the flu. You're the one basing claims on anecdotal evidence.

I double checked the flu numbers. They're not any different than the previous years, so I'm not sure where you're getting your information from.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ok, I understand what you're saying and for the most part agree in that whatever it was that was around (let's call it COVID), was not much more dangerous than the flu.

However, as someone who has had the cold and flu multiple times in my life, I can assure you this felt nothing like the regular cold or flu in my experience. Had I not heard anything about COVID or flu I would have been SEVERELY concerned. The reason I say that is because I always have a runny nose and congestion with colds and flus. Always. This was the first time that I was sick when I had zero drainage. Nose was completely clear. I started to have a chemical burning smell in my nose. It was almost nauseating from how strong the smell was while this virus burned away the smell receptors. After a few days of this it was like everything had a fresh smell because my smell was completely gone and so was my taste. This is NOT how the flu works. It does not attack your smell receptors like that. I can also go on with strange symptoms my other family members experience who did not believe COVID was dangerous but turned out to most definitely have the worst symptoms of their life.

There is absolutely no doubt that an engineered virus was unleashed. However, it was not as deadly as it was fear mongered to be and that's where the lie lies. That's the well known fact around here.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree, I felt like it had a very nasty grip on my sinuses, like it was trying to burrow through to get in to my brain. I'm not sure how to explain it, but it's not at all how natural respiratory infections feel, it didn't feel "natural".

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

If it isn't real then how did you get alpha and omicron? You can't both get something that's "nothing like the flu" and have it be a "variation of the flu". You can't both say it doesn't exist and then claim which specific variant of it you have. I'm really trying, but I'm not able to follow what you're trying to say.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +2 / -1

So you're also under the impression that COVID 19 is real an is not like the flu.

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Sunshines09 12 points ago +12 / -0

This is usually said by people who have never had it. As someone who had it and watched my family go through it, it's absolutely nothing like the flu.

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Sunshines09 5 points ago +5 / -0

Absolutely this. I had it. My whole family had it. It's very different than any other illness.

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Sunshines09 4 points ago +4 / -0

This interesting because I know the kids in Alabama were mentioned to all be 1-5, so they couldn't have gotten the vaccine, but it would make sense if they were nursing while their mothers were vaccinated. I heard there is a very good study that came out of Belgium that directly proves the vaccines are causing the hepatitis, but I haven't been able to locate it.

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Sunshines09 12 points ago +14 / -2

I have actually met someone who very aggressively denies that COVID exists. They feel a need to remind me of this every time I see them.

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Sunshines09 2 points ago +2 / -0

People definitely die because of cancer, but I see what you're trying to say with cancer is a healing process. Perhaps in the same sense how allergies are an immune response, but it's an over reaction by the immune system. So I believe you're implying that as tissue is healing/regenerating, it gets out of control which becomes the mass that we know as cancer.

Either way at the end of the day they are cells that are malfunctioning.

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Sunshines09 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, I've seen this mentioned before also. I don't see how even a normie could support this one. It's not like the COVID vaccine is any good, why use this technology in others?

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Sunshines09 6 points ago +6 / -0

I recommend the vaccine book by Dr. Sears. He goes over every vaccine and what we know about adverse effects and likelihoods of catching diseases and their severity. It's non fear mongering, just straight knowledge so you can make your own decision that you're comfortable with.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

The fact that a newborn needs 4 doses for HepB to get full immunity, meanwhile most get 5 doses because of how the vaccines are combined so it's easier. Meanwhile, there's absolutely no reason to even get the HepB vaccine until teen years, when one may become sexually active and at which age they would only need ONE dose to be fully vaccinated.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

As in through pregnancy and/or breastfeeding? Something is definitely being passed through breastfeeding, too many stories of babies getting fevers when mom gets vaxxed. Certainly something is passed in pregnancy also. Could have compromised the liver maybe.

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Sunshines09 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wow that's quite the turn around. I'm sorry to hear that about your sister.

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Sunshines09 3 points ago +3 / -0

We're in a pretty conservative area, which is why it's even more surprising.

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Sunshines09 5 points ago +5 / -0

They've been making exceptions for a while for COVID vaxxed close friends but they know we aren't so they won't even get near us in the street. It's so sad because they are absolutely the nicest people but just not handling this very well mentally. I'm willing to bet good money this Mom doesn't know her kids classmates are allowed to go to school without getting childhood vaccinated in our state.

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Sunshines09 18 points ago +18 / -0

We have neighbors who are still quarantining. Saw them a few days ago (safely across the street from us) and they said they look forward to having playdates some time soon. I don't know how some can STILL be in quarantine.

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Sunshines09 2 points ago +2 / -0

This was my first thought too, that the vaccine is causing the strange hepatitis cases reported in children in Europe and US (Georgia I think), but those cases are in the 1-5 age group and they are not eligible to be vaccinated.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

Absolutely nothing to be scared about. Please check out Scoro29's comment for clarification on this post. Also, a crown doesn't require sedation.

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Sunshines09 1 point ago +1 / -0

Same. I also won't let dentists fix something unless it's actually hurting. I had a dentist retire and he was the only one who's never found anything to fix. Dentists now a days will always find something to do.

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Sunshines09 2 points ago +2 / -0

My friend used to get severe stomach aches. After many useless trips to doctors, she went vegan and her problems went away. She recently had a good sensitivity test and found out she is severely allergic to beef. Like another person said, elimination diet could be the way to go.

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