The COVID Thread

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by TitanJeff, Aug 27, 2021.

  1. Dangermode

    Dangermode A New Era has Begun

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    Normal deaths are not included in “excess” deaths. And don’t forget, things like car accidents and the like were WAY down because no one was traveling. Check this out: https://www.nber.org/papers/w29503
     
  2. Hormesis

    Hormesis Pro Bowler

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    Where’d all that lefty chit come from? CRT!? We talking Rona and vaginas. Boosters and hospitalizations, and all those jabbers dying
     
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  3. Hormesis

    Hormesis Pro Bowler

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    Thank Dementia Joe, but don’t worry, coming in the mail soon!
     
  4. HurrayTitans!

    HurrayTitans! Useless trivia knowledge champion

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    Since the entire chart is “excess deaths” and the US sees appx 3 mil every year, the 400k increase for 2020 is not very substantial.

    And we can speculate on how car accidents may have dropped, provided they weren’t also counted as COVID, as pointed out in the list of articles I posted before.

    Also, if COVID counts as “excess”, then plenty of other illnesses would also be counted like flu, which was likely way down due to all the isolation.
    So again, we’ve just traded flu deaths for COVID deaths with a whole new list of long lasting issues also caused by the isolation and lockdown ideas, likely much, much worse than just forgetting about all the COVID spreading precautions and going about business as normal with another illness out there.

    No argument here, COVID killed more people than a normal year. I don’t see 800k more still, more like 400k per the “excess deaths” chart you posted. Aside from all the financial issues directly caused by COVID precautions, there will be way more longer lasting health issues than COVID itself by a long shot.

    Should have never left normal, should have at least gone back to normal long ago, certainly shouldn’t be attempting new restrictions anywhere.
     
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  5. Finnegan2win

    Finnegan2win hopesfall2win

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    what is the difference in the "booster" and the normal shot? is it just a 3rd dose or is it chemically different
     
  6. Hormesis

    Hormesis Pro Bowler

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    I believe it’s just a 3rd shot, but damn, these boosted folks are getting wrecked! I’ve also heard many tell me how bad they felt after. I’ve done some of my own digging, as I get to speak directly to my patients (at least those able) and they all were very recently boosted. Like 3 weeks or less. It’s weird, and impossible not to notice.
     
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  7. Hormesis

    Hormesis Pro Bowler

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    On a sad note, that lady I posted about that was happy she got her booster and it saved her life, passed away last night. She was sweet and easy to make smile. She liked my dumb jokes. It’s the only part of what I do that I hate. Sometimes I bring someone like her home with me. I really wanted her to get the hell out of there! RIP
     
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  8. Finnegan2win

    Finnegan2win hopesfall2win

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    well i'm sure taking the same **** 3x in a matter of months is going to **** up some things inside.. what other "vaccine" requires a "booster" so shortly after the initial dose? you're giving fresh poison on top of expiring poison

    legit
     
  9. Hormesis

    Hormesis Pro Bowler

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    From what I’m hearing, talks of a jab every 3 months are being considered… absolutely insane
     
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  10. Hormesis

    Hormesis Pro Bowler

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    Basically at this point in some locales , it will take you a year to be able enjoy a dinner or movie if you start your first poison jab now. Excuse me … experimental.
     
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