Discussion in 'Social Hub' started by nivek, Mar 21, 2020.
How is the scamdemic affecting my life? What life? Thank you, scammers and ignorant complicators.
Scheduled a booster shot for February 2.
I suppose I would be concerned if I had experienced ill effects in the past. But as I didn't, I'm getting it just in case it may do some good.
The science, the science...we're modern people, we trust science, right...?
Consider yourself lucky. The second moderna shot was horrible, hard pass for me.
Had you had problems with ordinary flu vaccines in the past?
I disagree with the statement they make that the immunity to the virus after getting it only lasts 6-8 months. You know why? Because just like our bodies have muscle memory. so does our immune system.
Dr. McCullough discusses Covid19, Jabs, SARS-CoV-2, spike proteins, and much more…
www.redvoicemedia.com/video/2021... 2 1/2 hour Speech!
One thing he makes very clear, if you have had Covid-19 you CAN'T catch it again.
That's not true, there are many cases of people getting covid more than once all over the country...There's a guy at my work who had covid twice, he got it the first time when it all started and then again a few weeks ago...
I wondered about that too. I think you can catch the variants because they are different strains. Just like you can catch the flu when it mutates.
we got the Moderna booster yesterday. I am unaffected, my wife feels like crap.
I'm very much afraid of needles so I have never taken it. I have only gotten the flu a couple of times in my life and I'm not worried about it. When I get older and/or sicker maybe I will get it.
I don't really care for needles either. Although I am not as bad as I used to be 20 years ago. My veins are difficult to find but now I know exactly where there is one for intake and one for outtake. So, if they listen to me I am fine. If they don't listen to me like the last time I was under have surgery, I woke up with 17 needle holes in my arms and legs.
P.S. I still don't get colds or the flu. lol