WuFlu - Anti Vaxxers

Will you get the Vaccine?


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I've had covid twice already, I have over 40 times the immunity than whatever a vaccine would've given me. No thank you, I'll pass on the vaccine.

Cheers.
What size are your boots.

Not saying that you'll be dying soon though, just checkin though.
 
I bet you'd have conniptions if you found out how much the NHS pays to keep me alive.

The NHS spends a lot on me. Not as much as you Taffd but all the same, quite a lot nowadays.

By the same token, I am still working a little and return things to society and have done on a much wider basis in previous years.

As far as the anti vaxxers are concerned, that counts for nothing and I am due nothing.

Just to add, I have already said that when I was young, I felt the same. Very very few people survive when it is dog eat dog and survival is more blind chance than age or fitness. There is a certain naivety in the anti vax social Darwinist view.
 
No, businesses are shutting down left and right thanks to the so called "pandemic"

Sorry for sounding too darwinistic, but I couldn't care less, not when this lockdown is putting food away from me and my family.

You don't sound darwinistic at all. Mainly because your concept of Darwinism seems to be wrong.

Will you be sharing the impact of lockdown on your family economically with us in detail or just tangentially?
 
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You don't sound darwinistic at all. Mainly because your concept of Darwinism seems to be wrong.
No. They never do. Their level of understanding is usually somewhere hovering around National Socialist racial Theory and Lysenkoism mixed with woo.

The term survival of the fittest in its raw form is maybe a bit confusing.
 
The NHS spends a lot on me. Not as much as you Taffd but all the same, quite a lot nowadays.

By the same token, I am still working a little and return things to society and have done on a much wider basis in previous years.

As far as the anti vaxxers are concerned, that counts for nothing and I am due nothing.

Just to add, I have already said that when I was young, I felt the same. Very very few people survive when it is dog eat dog and survival is more blind chance than age or fitness. There is a certain naivety in the anti vax social Darwinist view.
Always worked when I was able; at one time I had 3 jobs. All of my 6 kids work.

But I don't feel entitled - I feel bloody lucky.
 
Cnuts were out tonight in Lisbon. Walking through the Christmas market with a huge police security screen. Most of Portugal have accepted that it’s real , it’s here now and a vaccination or two will help. These cnuts not.
Told Mrs OB IMHO the police should just warn them that the council is going to…

”disinfect” the street in 30 seconds with a water based disinfectant against the virus, so please move away.


30 seconds later soak the cnuts in freezing cold water with some soap in it. See how many keep on marching for their “right” to complain.
 

RaiderBoat

War Hero
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I've had covid twice already, I have over 40 times the immunity than whatever a vaccine would've given me. No thank you, I'll pass on the vaccine.

Cheers.
1. You can't be certain you had covid. Even with testing false positives exist.
2. You may have had an earlier or weaker strain and any protection may have gone.
3. Evidence shows for the most protection you should be vaccinated anyway.

 

Wagner-Group

Old-Salt
1. You can't be certain you had covid. Even with testing false positives exist.
2. You may have had an earlier or weaker strain and any protection may have gone.
3. Evidence shows for the most protection you should be vaccinated anyway.


I've never felt the need to get the vaccine for the mutating flu, so I think I'll pass on the covid vax.
 
This is how I imagine a typical arrse member on this thread:

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I imagine some are a lot older, but still generally lazy and sitting about for most of the day. Troughing on crap and drinking gallons of fizzy juice, while whining about other people's choices that may or may not affect their health. These people are generally just waiting to die and pass the day whining about stuff to strangers on the internet.
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No, businesses are shutting down left and right thanks to the so called "pandemic"

Sorry for sounding too darwinistic, but I couldn't care less, not when this lockdown is putting food away from me and my family.
What lockdown, mongo?
 

Maalox

On ROPS
On ROPs
Cold weather causing blood clots and heart attacks?

Some skeptics might say this is a cover story for adverse vaxxine effects!


Or it's covid. You know, as its a pandemic.
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As you've been told a few times already, the paper which you cite as a valid source of information says the virus may alter your DNA. This is not the vaccine, it's the virus.

Is this why you're afraid of vaccination? Have you had COVID-19 and are now afraid that your DNA is now part virus? Are you afraid of what the vaccine might do to you now that you're some sort of human-virus hybrid?

Tell us about it. Tell us about how the virus has changed your DNA and tell us why you're afraid of what the vaccine might do to you now.

Prolonged SARS-CoV-2 RNA shedding and recurrence of PCR-positive tests have been widely reported in patients after recovery, yet these patients most commonly are non-infectious. Here we investigated the possibility that SARS-CoV-2 RNAs can be reverse-transcribed and integrated into the human genome and that transcription of the integrated sequences might account for PCR-positive tests. In support of this hypothesis, we found chimeric transcripts consisting of viral fused to cellular sequences in published data sets of SARS-CoV-2 infected cultured cells and primary cells of patients, consistent with the transcription of viral sequences integrated into the genome. To experimentally corroborate the possibility of viral retro-integration, we describe evidence that SARS-CoV-2 RNAs can be reverse transcribed in human cells by reverse transcriptase (RT) from LINE-1 elements or by HIV-1 RT, and that these DNA sequences can be integrated into the cell genome and subsequently be transcribed. Human endogenous LINE-1 expression was induced upon SARS-CoV-2 infection or by cytokine exposure in cultured cells, suggesting a molecular mechanism for SARS-CoV-2 retro-integration in patients. This novel feature of SARS-CoV-2 infection may explain why patients can continue to produce viral RNA after recovery and suggests a new aspect of RNA virus replication.
 
I've had covid twice already, I have over 40 times the immunity than whatever a vaccine would've given me. No thank you, I'll pass on the vaccine.

Cheers.
If you're immune from previous infection, how did you get COVID-19 twice? Do you have a weak immune system for some reason?

That's unfortunate for you but I'm glad you've told us about this. Because now we know from a really solid source (you) that people have to worry about getting COVID-19 multiple times.

I'm glad I got vaccinated, because I wouldn't want to keep getting COVID-19 over and over again. I mean getting COVID-19 over and over again might kill me or leave me with serious long lasting health problems that would limit my enjoyment of life.
 

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