An estimated 236K people die per year worldwide from getting dihydrogen monoxide into their pulmonary system.
@Mag3rPayne, BAN OXIDANE!
@Good Pineapple Pizza, and ban diprotium monoxide too!
@Good Pineapple Pizza, science has found that we only have 19.5-22 percent oxygen in our atmosphere, that seems like we are low on reserves, don't we need oxygen to breath? Bill Gates save us!
@Mag3rPayne, cardon emissions are tree food, screw gates!
@Good Pineapple Pizza, I'm scared of dinosaurs, so burning them helps me sleep better.
@Mag3rPayne, fun fact, green tea is listed as a treatment for pulmonary edema
I didn't knew apples had propanol in them
You learn something new everyday.
@Catman649, and propanol accessories
Ok but what if Truly is a doctor?
@Pat Myckok, I see what u did there ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
If I could make money selling a country somthing that only kinda worked then I would infact do just that, in fact I've been doing it for years...
I mean my guy got the vaccine and was diagnosed with an inflammation of the heart (myocarditis and pericarditis) from the side effects. So it’s not like they’re injecting you with sunshine and rainbows. Make your own choices. 99% survival rate for most age groups but yet we want everyone to get the vaccine like it’s just taking some vitamins. You want to get the vaccine and have good reason, I’m happy for you that you’re able to do that, especially if you have a comprised immune system. But let’s be honest. We truly don’t know the side affects and the longevity of those. It’s a new type of vaccine using MRNA as we all know by now. Let’s not make this into sheep type mentality where one sides thinks everyone and their grandma needs the vaccine and if you don’t your all these bad things I attribute to you and on the other side, yes we don’t know all the facts and what all the side effects are but if you believe in freedoms and free choice, then they’re good to get the vaccine.
@Hockman9, I agree with all you said except one thing, this vaccine is some "brand new" miracle drug that we don't know the effects of. It has been worked on for decades, but adapted for this particular strain of covid. We know the effects and theybare very minimal and it went through all the same testing any vaccine does before being given to the public.
@Hockman9, especially about the "vaccine and masks makes you a sheep!" Crowd, because they will say that, but get mad at you for calling them something for their beliefs, it's hypocrisy. Not saying one side does it more than others, but in my experience the crowd that calls people sheep get way more upset about it. If you insult someone you can't get mad when they clap back.
@Mantis Tobaggan, that's why I enjoy our conversations MT, it's really just sharing opinions while maintaining civility. Speaking of data, here's some more I found on ivermectin https://archive.is/jRG5Z
@Mag3rPayne, I try most of the time to be civil. And thank you! I enjoy this as well.
@Mantis Tobaggan, my bad man I fat fingered the downvote while scrolling. Fixed it though 👍🏼
@Mantis Tobaggan, my only problem with your statement is that this went through the same testing of any vaccine. Most vaccines get tested for anywhere from 5-10 years before FDA approval. RNA vaccines have been researched since the 70s, and tested since the 90s. Even being tested since the 90s not a single one has been approved by the FDA due to lack of effectiveness, or too serious of side effects. As of this point nobody has any clue if the vaccine will have no serious side effects, or cause problems down the road. It's not brand new, but also isn't tested, or proven.
@Hockman9, Exactly this! If someone doesn't want to wear their seat belt then they should be allowed to do so ^-^ If someone has aids they should be allowed to have unprotected sex with people ^-^ If someone has cancer they should be allowed to use alternative medicine crystals ^-^
If an unvaccinated child is sick and has small pox, MRSA, measles, turburculosis, or polio they should be allowed to still attend school ^-^
I 100% agree with you! Let people make their own decisions! Thats why every drug imaginable should be legalized. Prostitution should be legalized. Seat belt laws, vaccine laws, and law suits for purposefully spreading diseases should be banned ^-^
This is not the composition of an Apple... At least not a complete one. There is no mention of saccharides (e.g. Sugar and cellulose) , polyphenols (lignin and derivatives), Proteins or lipids, which make up most of our food. Also no electrolytes like sodium or potassium chloride. Too bad this fake list is still used to make a point.
@Nuk, that's the problem with being intellectually dishonest. I wouldn't inject t myself with potassium... well maybe if I was hyperkalemia... but inject to much and you become hyperkalemia, which will if high enough levels cause cardiac dysrythmias. And then cardiac arrest. It's part of how they kil people with lethal injections. They sedate you, and then they pump you with enough potassium to stop your heart.
Hey, LyricTerror. I like your profile pic. It’s like a vapor wave moon? That’s cool.
@Fairy Squad Mother, thank you. I believe it's specifically from the "outrun" genre of retrowave. Vaporwave is usually pastels, statues, and sad boi sayings.
@Fairy Squad Mother, forgot to add, this specific pic is from the album cover of a band called Gunship. I highly recommend them. Start with Dark All Day, a song that features the guy who wrote the music for the movie The Lost Boys (and is also the guy in the movie who's playing the sax shirtless). Then check out their song Berserker on a death metal compilation for DC Comics. Absolutely amazing music and hopefully they become a household name.
@LyricTerror, ok so I’m actually a HUGE fan of Lost Boys and also literally bought a DC comics poster yesterday… so I looked up Dark All Day on YouTube and watched it and it was really cool! I liked all the stuff they had from the movie in their music video. I plan to add it to my Spotify. Thanks!
@Fairy Squad Mother, lol now this is where I hook you into Synthwave! If you like Gunship, check out these other bands:
*LeBrock (my favorite song by them is called "Hollow' and it has that delicious 80's Karate Kid montage feel)
*Essenger (they also have a great song Called Lost Boys 😉)
Truly: “But if you injected the “chemical composition of an apple,” or any of it’s constituent chemistry in the wrong proportions, into your veins, you would die— assuming that’s even an accurate list.
Was there a different point?”
Perhaps it would serve Luke to remember that an adult need not be “qualified” to fear, nor does an adult need to be “qualified” to decide for themselves, anything. One need no ‘justification’ or ‘valid reason’ for any ‘exemption’ of any kind, ever, to refuse participation in this experiment, nor is anyone entitled to an explanation of any kind, ever.
“I said NO,” is ALL the reason and justification anyone needs. Pressure beyond that is an attack that merits an in kind response.
OP presented an opportunity to explain this, “and for that we thank you.” —T.0
@Cave Dweller, every day I hear Yuri Bezmenovs words louder and louder.
@Mag3rPayne, imagine what kind of programming could cause one to disagree with any part of the statement above. Imagine what that kind of programming could allow or even compel them to do. Yuri knew.
Tough times ahead.
@Cave Dweller, the point was that people don't know wtf they are talking about being scared of vaccines. I agree they shouldn't be forced, you have that right. However, others have the right to call you selfish or ignorant for a decision they see as selfish or ignorant.
@Mantis Tobaggan, we know as you have said that this technology isn't new, but this is the first time it has been used unregulated in humans in a global scale. Yes it has undergone many animal trials, some successful, some disastrous. We are not scared of vaccines, the majority of us all have them, we are cautious of the unknown.
@Mantis Tobaggan, People don’t need to “know wtf they are talking about being scared of vaccines.” They do not owe anyone, nor is anyone entitled to, an explanation of any kind. “Others [do] have the right to call [them] selfish or ignorant,” but only because it is 1st Amendment protected speech; not because it is true.
@Cave Dweller, ok, your point?
@Mantis Tobaggan, don’t get mad when when people get pissed that the you’re calling them selfish and ignorant when you don’t know the reason they’re not getting vaccinated. To assume that educating yourself on the vaccine will lead someone to get the vaccine is both stupid and ironically ignorant.
Lumping people hesitant about the mRNA based COVID19 vaccine in with the same people that think the MMR vaccine causes autism is stupid and ignorant.
I have no problem when people show me how stupid and ignorant they are by calling people who have come to a different conclusion about the vaccine based on their personal circumstances selfish and ignorant.
“We’ve tried voluntary.” -BdeBlasio NYC
“F*ck your freedom.” -ASchwarzenegger CA
@Cave Dweller, apparently, being vaccine hesitant is now enough to put you on a terror watch list…
“Trying voluntary” isn’t voluntary.
Bumpy road ahead. Best advice, make friends. More the merrier.
To the people who still comply, at every goal post they have set you, only to move it again, breaking promises and blaming the non-compliant, do you understand that they are conditioning you to turn on your fellow human beings? That is how Hitler did it, you have been taught that in school. Only this time the othering is on a global scale.
Here is some reading to self reflect on.
@Mag3rPayne, using fear too turn us into obedient tax payers they have complete command over and to despise anyone who questions authority
@Mag3rPayne, it's apples and oranges. Hitler didn't have a literal pandemdic rather he scapegoated an entire race, and others. People who choose not to get the vaccine and are upset with the consequences are not a race of people.
@Kareem Abdul Ackbar, is that the justification you use to rationalize acceptable othering? The problem that you don't understand is that unvaccinated people are not causing any quality of life issues, government restrictions are. If a person is vaccinated, why should they have any fear around someone who isn't? That argument alone dispels any need for segregation between the two groups.
A vaccine is used to stop a pathogen from causing you to develop disease(severe symptoms). I have chosen a route of keeping my immune system strong, to fight infection thus making the vaccine unnecessary for me. To the polio argument people, what we have eradicated in the US is the disease, not the poliovirus, but even when we didn't have the vaccines, every child was not being paralyzed by it. Parents(like myself) vaccinate our children to prevent that disease. If I am not concerned or worried about developing the disease from a virus that my immune system has already successfully beaten, why get it?
@Mag3rPayne, othering is just how your political system works, has so for decades, nothing new that came with the pandemic. You guys have been fücking yourselves over for a long time, try stop electing raging demagogues.
@Purecell, oh I am aware of how the federal USelections work. We have been tricked into thinking we have two parties that have peoples separate needs at heart. But the moment a politician is invited in, their only interests are personal. It's a club the American populace does not have access to, but has to follow their decisions. Or do we?
@Kareem Abdul Ackbar, and also, people who get the vaccine, are afraid of those who didn't. How does that show that you have any confidence in it. If people are worried about covid mutating into a vaccine resistant strain, just realize that it wouldn't mutate that way in someone unvaccinated, that doesn't have the specific defense of the vaccine, it would mutate in the vaccinated, who can still get infected. I am not telling anyone on this app not to get vaccinated, I'm only asking why some hate me for not.
@Mag3rPayne, unless you wanna start a coup, you kinda have to (to an extend), or face the consequences (fines, jail). That's democracy, who ever the majority votes gets to command. Now the problem are politicians that practice realpolitik (politics solely based on how to gain power and deny it from others), those politicians drag everyone down on their level, because otherwise they always win. My point being, you can protest, you can make your voice heard, but anything short of a coup (which always ends up in a lot of innocent blood), won't change anything. Your vote has power and your vote has to change, if you want things to change. I don't understand the throwing away you vote argument, if your only choice is between two shjtty option, the you already have thrown it away.
Anyway sorry for my long texts. Don't simply believe me or anyone else here in the comments. Always be critical about opinions no matter who's (that includes your own).
@Purecell, I'm an independent voter, left right center, mainly libertarian, as you can see from my stance on anything that requires me to do something everyone else has to do. Anytime I don't post something I've already lenghtily typed out, it was because I was critical of it, giving it more time to develop. If anyone should apologize for long text it should be me.
Hit the limit a few times today.
@Mag3rPayne, Unfortunately, this "decide for yourself, live and let live" mantra the conservatives have been spewing seems to be a one-way street where mask/vax people must accept anti-mask/anti-vax people but not the other way around, we're just sheeple who are falling for Hitler's playbook. I've been publicly sneered and laughed at for wearing a mask, the irony being the mask doesn't protect me from them, it protects them from me. They're welcome, I guess.
@No Lollygagging, I don't care if you wear it or not, that's your choice. If it makes you feel like a hero because you aren't spitting on people that's great for your sense of self worth. They are trying to sell us that a respiratory virus that is spread via aerosols can be stopped by permeable cloth. This isn't a party line issue either. Both mindsets exist on both sides. Go up to a black person and try and shame them for being hesitant, do you think that they are statistically conservative? We have enacted segregation of a large population of blacks in NYC about to hit in September, preventing them from being able to enjoy liberty. Does that make you feel good? Are you going to tell them they can't go into restaurants with the rest of society?
@No Lollygagging, dont be stupid... I work in health care, I literally been wearing masks and other ppe for 20 years because they protect me from what other people have. Tb, cdif, vre, esbl, mrsa...
Like were do you get that stupid, idiotic, notion that masks don't protect you from what other people might have?
@Mag3rPayne, mostly just an observer of this debate, but do want to clarify: as I understand, the reason why the vaccinated have beef with the unvaccinated, as you touched on briefly, is because the more the virus is allowed to spread, the more chances it has to mutate. Though you are correct it wont do that mutation in the unvaccinated (cause it doesn't have to), the unvaccinated essentially give the virus a place to hang out and survive while it tries to figure out how to get at vaccinated people. Obviously no one knows if any of that will happen, it is just made more likely by the existence of so many unvaccinated
@phalcon , Hopefully, your bedside manners with your patients is better than this.
@Mag3rPayne, I don't tell anyone to do anything, it's just that I'm not sure that me wearing a mask during a pandemic is tantamount to being conditioned to hate a group of people, that's all. Black people definitely have a reason to be hesitant with the vaccine, that's a valid point. I do think that it would be best if everyone did what they had to to stop spreading the virus, but I'm pessimistic, too many are committed to ending restrictions for that to happen.
@danciestlobster, you do understand that vaccinated, can get infected and carry/spread the virus, all while not even knowing they are sick because they are near asymptomatic. Why would you be asked to mask up again by the CDC... Some are saying this could be more dangerous since the vaxxed don't even realize they are infected, and they are allowed to pass more restrictions freely, like weekly testing.
@No Lollygagging, ah yes, I see you offer no logical rebuttal to my factual and truthful statements.
Fact is, you're wrong, and your just repeating something you heard that only was first said during this "pandemic"
Facts is masks protect the wearers of them. Well that's assuming they are wearing the right type of mask, the right way, and in the right situation.
So ya, saying masks dont protect the wearing is indeed stupid.
@No Lollygagging, also youre not my patient, and I'm not working, so that's just a stupid personal attack about my professionalism in a situation here that's not in any way working in a professional capacity.
@Mag3rPayne, never said I was afraid. Just said comparing vaccinated people to Hitler's sheeple is idiotic, which I stand by. Have a good day.
@phalcon , as a 20 year security expert, I deal with rude people professionally. Since I am also not at work, I won't be trying with you.
@phalcon , https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/board-certified-occupational-therapist-whistleblower-more-patients-are-dying-from-the-vaccine-than-from-covid/
Any thoughts on this man's experience with shady hospital staff?
@Mag3rPayne, the vaccinated are scared of the unvaccinated spreading it to thos who can't be vaccinated for one reason or another, not of catching it themselves.
Some are likely afraid of what you claim, but not many.
@Mag3rPayne, also masks stop most of the spit and snot leaving your mouth and nose, which is how viruses travel. They don't just fly around on their own.
@Mantis Tobaggan, I agree that masks stops spit and snot, but aerosols can escape through, people that wear glasses know this, because their glasses fog up, people that live in the cold know this, because you can see people's breath escape the seal of masks. Some virus may be caught, but some definitely escapes. Some of the studies done showing mask efficacy are flawed imo, by the experiment setup. Placing petri dishes in a straight line away from the wearer to see how far the samples cultured. It would be better to stand in a target-shaped collection arrangement, to analyze mask escape directional vectors. Aerosols stay in the air for a longer time, which is why the CDC was suggesting eye coverings, because you can walk through an invisible patch of air and the aerosol can bond to your eye moisture.
@Mag3rPayne, oh yeah, the general paper masks aren't 100% effective, last I saw they are somewhere in the 80 to 90% range, which is really good, but not 100%. It doesn't help that so many people put it under their nose, like wtf is even the point then lol.
@Mag3rPayne, also, comparing this stuff to "how Hitler did it" is just as bad as the people comparing Trump to Hitler. Come on man, you're better than that.
@Mantis Tobaggan, the whole protect the immuno comprimised argument, is just weird to me, it is not the responsibility of an entire society to alter the way we function to protect a super minority. That is an impossible task, the IC need to rely on their close circle of contacts to protect them, they are worried about everything infecting them, not just covid. If they want to go out they accept the risks and consequences knowingly.
@Mag3rPayne, to some extent, sure, but there is no problem in looking out for your neighbors my guy. You can't exactly blame people for getting mad about it if someone they know is compromised.
Also viruses mutate as they spread and pretty much everyone in the world wants this over, thats a part of it too.
@Mantis Tobaggan, I used the Hitler thing just to explain that the process of othering and how it can lead to Nazi Germany style results. There are many other examples other than Germany to explain it, but Germany is the one the majority of people know. It's the same psychological tactic, I wasnt trying to say that vaxxed are Nazis. I was trying to say that the current media trends are increasingly using this is us versus them logic. I have seen tweets that I shouldn't be allowed to work, go to get groceries, travel, all because a vaccine. Plenty of medical literature to show medicines being pulled off market after a decade of use after unforeseen side affects.
@No Lollygagging, nothing rude about what I said. You were indeed making a, stupid point that isn't based on science. Never said you are stupid. Just your point is.
But it's quite telling how you don't have the intellectually honesty to either admit your wrong and that I'm correct. Or if you thunk I am wrong then to refute my point with better evidence.
The fact is, stating masks don't protect the wearer, but other people from the wearer is demonstratably false.
Thats why as a health care working, if I'm wearing proper ppe, and wearing it the right way, and at the right time, I'm 100% confident it being protected.
I've been around confirmed cases of people with covid, and they had no mask on. I didn't get covid. Well within arms reach for long periods of time.
Why? My mask protected me.
@Mag3rPayne, truthfully? I have no idea what to believe. And just to give some background, in jan2020 I really thought China lied.i figured millions dead in Wuhan alone. I bought 200$ worth of p100 filters, had like 2 month food supply. Went full preper.
As time went on I became less and less concerned. I work as a paramedic, and also contact Tracer.
I literally have never warn one of those p100 filters.
So I've been on both sides of this issue.
If you're old, yes I think covid is harmful. Multiple medical conditions? Harmful?
Most healthy young people covid isn't an issue. Rare exceptions of course. But that's with anything. People go swing and get brain eating amoebas... I still swim lol.
Now I also like studying history. Look at Spanish Flu. Avg age of death, 28...covid 82 or so.
Now if covid was that.. That would be scary...
@phalcon , You are a health professional with first-hand experience. If you saw bad information and you wanted to offer your expertise, it is welcome, but what isn't welcome is your tone. You may be jaded by now and feel you need to go on the offensive with people to make your point, but I have no time for it. If you want to civily offer your perspective, please do, I'm very reasonable. If you just want to continue to call the best information I had at the time stupid and idiotic and demand I concede to your point I'm not interested.
@No Lollygagging, Nah, not jaded, snd this is text based communications. The only tone you see is the tone that you think I'm making. Which may or may not be the actual case.
But I hear this same nonsense all the time. "masks don't protect the wearer, but those from the person wearing the mask"
Why did I say stupid and idiotic? Because no one these days are thinking for themselves. They just hear something an repete it. And this is a, very commonly repeated thing these days. In fact by some in health care too.
Thats one of my biggest issues with this whole covid thing. People are just acting stupid and idioticly.
If my tone infers anything it's this... People have seemed to have gone stupid over covid. And that's saddening. Even people who are not normally stupid. It's like something suggendly switched intheir minds. Critically thinking out the door.
So be clear, it's the concept that I think is, stupid and idiotic, not you personally. I don't know you. I can't make that assessmen
@No Lollygagging, so my point is this...
Just think of all the times people use mask, and why... Be it a welder, a firefighter etc...
People wear masks to protect themselves.
Sure, there might be some secondary benefits. But those are not primary functions.
But the main point being, even if other people don't practice making, and other things, you yourself can do things to protect yourself from those people.
Wear a proper mask, wear it the right way, wear it inthe right situations.
Same eith eye glasses.
Wash your hands, don't touch your eyes nose mouth or other muscus membranes with dirty hands.
Change clothes, when you get home, clean surfaces that are in contact with dirty ppe or clothes and such.
I mean go to what ever extremes float your boat.
But this whole concept of "its to protect others" is emotionally minuplative. 1) it makes you feel like the hero 2) it let's you guilt trip others into being the villians.
Thats why this saying has been pushed hard.
@phalcon , there is no doubt in my mind that china covered up their death totals. They built that huge hospital in 2 weeks, but before that it showed them digging a giant pit, on definitely larger than required for a foundation... After the hospitals construction. The 3 gorges dam, just happened to start breaking, unfortunate circumstances indeed. This caused Wuhan to flood, which delayed the WHO investigational team from entering the territory. To many back to back suspicious circumstance to rule out coincidence.
Also, when I had covid using the I-mass protocol, I never spread it to my wife who slept next to me every night, plus doing the deed. I also believe that most cases of asymptomatic people are people who lie, a scientist cannot account for people who will lie about their symptoms to get around restrictions. Typhoid Mary wasn't an asymptomic carrier, she just lied in order to keep working.
@phalcon , I can imagine that everyone in the healthcare field is probably reeling right now, and I'm sure its difficult to see things you know to be false floating around. I promise though, that many things are obvious to you are not necessarily to others. I don't think its unreasonable for a layman to assume that porous cloth masks that don't tightly seal would be marginally effective against an airborne virus. I wish everyone would listen to experts, I know I try to.
@phalcon , we also need to be wary of the baby boomer generations population density being used to pad death statistics and manipulate is into thinking death totals are unexpectedly worse. They were a huge birthing boom, so it stands to reason that when they reach their expiration, we will see an uptick in total deaths vs previous years.
@No Lollygagging, the problem is that there are varied opinions in the expert fields, and google is choosing for you which ones you should listen to.
@Mag3rPayne, I would offer some counter points... If chins lied about their death count... We should be seeing more deaths. We aren't. The worlds low death count would disprove a high China death count.
As, for asymptomatic? Well I did contact tracing, and everyone knew even if you were asymptomatic but positive test you would still have to isolate.
So covering up symptoms wouldn't gain you anything.
The real question is are asynotomic carriers, spreaders? No ligit study has been done.
Really that's one of my bigger issues. We should know way more about this, virus but dont.
And things that, don't make sense.
Like per capita NY has #2 most deaths in the US, FL and TX are like under the us average... Like 26 and 27th.
Ny had massive lock down laws and such... FL and TX way less.
How can there be such a diffrence? We should have good ligit scientific reasons.
Same with study's about kids wearing masks and not wearing masks in school settings... We should know these things.
@Mag3rPayne, I think that's the biggest problem in the world, it affects absolutely everything.
@phalcon , that is what bugs me, they stay vague and contradicting about the virus, but then say they have utmost faith in the vaccines ability to stop it, all the while saying you will need yearly boosters. Confidently saying that survivors of covid will have life-long disabilities, unsure of how long natural immunity benefits them. People are not following science anymore, they are following news sources interpreting the science on their behalf.
@Mantis Tobaggan, have you put any thought into the reason that we have so many different viral mutations atm, is due to the fact that we authorized several different vaccines on the world at the same time? What concerns me about the CDC giving guidance is that they receive a portion of the funding from the CDC Foundation, which received it's funding from the pharmaceutical industry. Ethics doesn't mean anything anymore, how many ethics trainings have you been to, and been able to list of several ethics violations you have witnessed personally. The good ol boy system is unethical, yet we see it used all the time. Faucis email leaks showed the same guy who did the study "proximal origins of sars cov 2", which passes of the manmade theory as unlikely, but does not rule it out, was telling him early on he thinks it's manmade.
Does that scientist have access to any viral samples they had at the lab? No.
@Mag3rPayne, that man makes the assumption that previous beta coronavirus samples would be the only cantidates for engineering. A lab that studies developing viruses in animals could certainly have a strain discovered and didn't reveal to the public.
@Mag3rPayne, look at most things, ignore what they say their motives are... Then ask... How could this be used to gain power and control over others...
If it's an actual good idea, it shouldn't help people get power and control over others...
Same with Greta... All her solutions gain power and control over other...
Pay taxes for your house sewer, no power and control... If you want tank it and pay someone to pick it up and take it away...
Public schools that are manditory, and people are forced to pay... Even if they don't have kids... Power and control over said kids. And over tax payers.
@Mag3rPayne, well said!
@Hot Coffee, well said what? I've been saying a lot lol.
Vaccinating with an apple a day may keep the doctor away … but it definitely summons the mortician.
@ZohmB, especially when you are injecting yourself with the apple.
@Hot Coffee, Exactly!
This is how preservatives got a bad rap. Labeling requirements put the scientific names for things like “vitamin E” and people would read a long chemical name and get scared.
Also, the original poster straight up lied. I think having an apple injected in your are is far stupider than having vaccine. This is just proof that “pro-vaxxers” are dishonest, lying people who shouldn’t be trusted.
(most preservatives are antioxidants which is freaking hilarious because the same people who that have problems with preservatives in their food have no problem taking them in pill form)
Disclaimer: I think getting the vaccine is a fine thing to do. I also think refusing the vaccine is fine. Your body, your choice.
Yeaaaahhhhh but the difference between hydration and death is one single oxygen molecule (H2O vs H2O2). Whoever wrote that is obviously not a scientist 🤷🏻♂️
The ones I have a problem with are the Lead, Murcury and Aluminum. Nothing like getting heavy metals that cause mental prblems shot into you along with any other carriers they use to make your body have a reaction to the vaccination
around the area I live there are people reporting setting off metal detectors after getting the covid vaccination.
@Mag3rPayne, honestly, best comment on this post
That argument is as fallacious as apples are delicious.
android users: exactly!