The COVID Thread

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

  1. HurrayTitans!

    HurrayTitans! Useless trivia knowledge champion

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    Honestly forgot whether it was Pfizer or Moderna. It’s on the card.

    For Navy, retirement wasn’t an option. It was get it or get discharged under negative pretenses. 20+ years irrelevant,

    Something like not following orders.
     
  2. Hormesis

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    Why different strokes for different folks? Service is service. I’m confused! Btw, that’s BS! 20 years in and it’s irrelevant!? Maybe you should sue! If you ever have issues, possible that you get some compensation. My father had tumors from agent orange in Vietnam. Took most his adult life, but the government coughed. It’s very possible my own autoimmune issues are from his exposures in war.
     
  3. HurrayTitans!

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    That’s why I held off to get the shot until forced. At the time people scoffed “like you’d win a lawsuit” but here we are, people winning lawsuits left and right.

    I don’t really have anything to sue for currently. With no side affects at this time, it’s hard to argue the shot did anything negative. I know it doesn’t seem to have done anything positive either.

    and technically coast gaurd is a different service. Used to be part of the DoT until Homeland Security was created, then they fall under that, not National Defense.
    They do get called upon to work under the Defense umbrella though.
     
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  4. Hormesis

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    Glad you haven’t had any issues. For sure glad for that. Thanks for the explanation.
     
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  5. Hormesis

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    #1385 Hormesis, Jan 18, 2023
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  6. Tewa Titan

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    My father in law was exposed as well in Vietnam, even had test done and to this day he has it in his body. The government still wouldn't give him his disability payments. He use to paint before the war after he came back he developed a tick of sorts couldn't draw or paint anymore. He passed this tick, some kind fine motor recruitment within in the brain to 2 of his 3 kids including my wife. She said as a child her and her brother went to many specialists and they don't "know" what is causing it. For as long as I've known my FIL I've come to the conclusion that Vietnam vets get treated differently for sure. My grandfather was in WW2 it's night and day the care and help he got.
     
  7. Hormesis

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  8. Finnegan2win

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    Four or more doses rofl

    Real healthy
     
  9. Hormesis

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    I noticed that too. Talk about filling up those much needed ICU beds....
     
    #1389 Hormesis, Jan 26, 2023 at 3:48 PM
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    #1390 Hormesis, Jan 26, 2023 at 4:48 PM
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