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« Reply #160 on: May 29, 2021, 00:32:21 am »

Had the first jab of the “blood clotter” a few weeks ago at about 5pm on the Saturday. I felt a little bit of flu like symptoms coming on, so the missus popped me a couple of flu pills about 2pm on the Sunday. About an hour later it really kicked in, I felt wiped out. Kept falling asleep the missus put a blanket over me and let me sleep it out on the sofa. I woke up about 10pm, still felt zombified so went to bed. Felt ok the next day though. Turns out my dopey missus gave me the night time pills, unbelievable.
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« Reply #161 on: May 29, 2021, 08:43:05 am »

Had the first jab of the “blood clotter” a few weeks ago at about 5pm on the Saturday. I felt a little bit of flu like symptoms coming on, so the missus popped me a couple of flu pills about 2pm on the Sunday. About an hour later it really kicked in, I felt wiped out. Kept falling asleep the missus put a blanket over me and let me sleep it out on the sofa. I woke up about 10pm, still felt zombified so went to bed. Felt ok the next day though. Turns out my dopey missus gave me the night time pills, unbelievable.

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« Reply #162 on: June 02, 2021, 20:58:38 pm »

Had the first jab of the “blood clotter” a few weeks ago at about 5pm on the Saturday. I felt a little bit of flu like symptoms coming on, so the missus popped me a couple of flu pills about 2pm on the Sunday. About an hour later it really kicked in, I felt wiped out. Kept falling asleep the missus put a blanket over me and let me sleep it out on the sofa. I woke up about 10pm, still felt zombified so went to bed. Felt ok the next day though. Turns out my dopey missus gave me the night time pills, unbelievable.
I'm sure it was an accident. Well, nearly sure. Does she read your posts on here by the way?
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« Reply #163 on: June 03, 2021, 10:24:12 am »

Had the first jab of the “blood clotter” a few weeks ago at about 5pm on the Saturday. I felt a little bit of flu like symptoms coming on, so the missus popped me a couple of flu pills about 2pm on the Sunday. About an hour later it really kicked in, I felt wiped out. Kept falling asleep the missus put a blanket over me and let me sleep it out on the sofa. I woke up about 10pm, still felt zombified so went to bed. Felt ok the next day though. Turns out my dopey missus gave me the night time pills, unbelievable.
Had she been on the Baileys again?
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« Reply #164 on: June 03, 2021, 17:43:23 pm »

Had she been on the Baileys again?
Does a bear sh1t in the woods?
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« Reply #165 on: June 03, 2021, 20:17:43 pm »

Apart from Koalas, do you have any bears down there?
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« Reply #166 on: June 03, 2021, 21:06:23 pm »

Well, no real surprise. There is now a black market in forged vaccination certificates in the fatherland, at the end of the day this is going to be everywhere as people with no vaccination are excluded from events or travel. Unfortunately to do such exclusion is tantermount to facism.
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« Reply #167 on: June 03, 2021, 21:29:52 pm »

Well, no real surprise. There is now a black market in forged vaccination certificates in the fatherland, at the end of the day this is going to be everywhere as people with no vaccination are excluded from events or travel. Unfortunately to do such exclusion is tantermount to facism.

I’m not sure about over there. But over here, I’m sure they can check the validity of your vaccine via your NHS number if required. My vaccine, whilst done at work, was still registered with the NHS by the provider.
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« Reply #168 on: June 03, 2021, 21:57:10 pm »

I’m not sure about over there. But over here, I’m sure they can check the validity of your vaccine via your NHS number if required. My vaccine, whilst done at work, was still registered with the NHS by the provider.

The problem comes down to is it legal/moral to penalise people for not having the vaccine?
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« Reply #169 on: June 03, 2021, 22:28:12 pm »

The problem comes down to is it legal/moral to penalise people for not having the vaccine?
To jail or fine them? Certainly not. To prevent them infecting themselves and others? Yeah, I think so.
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« Reply #170 on: June 04, 2021, 00:59:35 am »

It’s the moral dilemma. Do you support peoples freedom of choice whilst potentially exposing the population to increased risk, and to some extent imposing the consequence of that choice on others? Or do you force people to vaccinate abusing their liberties and protect the masses as much as reasonably practicable? The individual answer will invariably come down to circumstance. If either you or a loved one are at significant risk you are more likely to answer differently to a person who is in the position that neither they or loved ones fall into that category?

My personal view is that given the amount of global deaths and long term medical impact on significant numbers, as a society we have a collective duty of care to ensure we are taking all reasonable steps to minimise the risk for the majority. That usually means following the recommendations of persons and bodies qualified to make a balanced assessment and final judgment. However, whichever option is most likely to deliver the best result by percentage is generally perceived to be the correct one.
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« Reply #171 on: June 04, 2021, 09:59:09 am »

It’s the moral dilemma. Do you support peoples freedom of choice whilst potentially exposing the population to increased risk, and to some extent imposing the consequence of that choice on others? Or do you force people to vaccinate abusing their liberties and protect the masses as much as reasonably practicable? The individual answer will invariably come down to circumstance. If either you or a loved one are at significant risk you are more likely to answer differently to a person who is in the position that neither they or loved ones fall into that category?

My personal view is that given the amount of global deaths and long term medical impact on significant numbers, as a society we have a collective duty of care to ensure we are taking all reasonable steps to minimise the risk for the majority. That usually means following the recommendations of persons and bodies qualified to make a balanced assessment and final judgment. However, whichever option is most likely to deliver the best result by percentage is generally perceived to be the correct one.

I’ll give that a hell yeah
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« Reply #172 on: June 04, 2021, 17:30:35 pm »

It's a moot point as I'm sure it will never happen, but I'd be in favour of vaccines being mandatory for everyone without a valid medical reason for having one. In the absence of that I see nothing wrong in making things difficult for the anti vax brigade to go about their business by introducing vaccine passports for international travel, festivals, theatres, nightclubs etc.

I'm sick of hearing people in their twenties bleat on about the risk being greater than the reward for them as they won't get that ill from it. Yeah, you're probably right, you won't, but by not being vaccinated you are allowing the virus to hop from one person to another and the risk of a further mutation increases with every hop, increasing the likelihood of it either reaching a stage where it DOES affect them or, more likely, reach a stage where it can get past the vaccine which will put us right back where we started from.

It's a case of taking a tiny risk for the greater good, and some of the poor little flowers think it's too much of a risk for their precious little selves.
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« Reply #173 on: June 04, 2021, 23:18:02 pm »

It's a moot point as I'm sure it will never happen, but I'd be in favour of vaccines being mandatory for everyone without a valid medical reason for having one. In the absence of that I see nothing wrong in making things difficult for the anti vax brigade to go about their business by introducing vaccine passports for international travel, festivals, theatres, nightclubs etc.

I'm sick of hearing people in their twenties bleat on about the risk being greater than the reward for them as they won't get that ill from it. Yeah, you're probably right, you won't, but by not being vaccinated you are allowing the virus to hop from one person to another and the risk of a further mutation increases with every hop, increasing the likelihood of it either reaching a stage where it DOES affect them or, more likely, reach a stage where it can get past the vaccine which will put us right back where we started from.

It's a case of taking a tiny risk for the greater good, and some of the poor little flowers think it's too much of a risk for their precious little selves.

I love it when they claim it wont be a problem for those in the 18-30 bracket, because that's a crock of shít. The infection figures do nothing to support that theory. And WTF are they going to do now with the increasing infection rate of the Indian variant?
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« Reply #174 on: June 05, 2021, 08:32:23 am »

I love it when they claim it wont be a problem for those in the 18-30 bracket, because that's a crock of shít. The infection figures do nothing to support that theory. And WTF are they going to do now with the increasing infection rate of the Indian variant?
Nothing. You have to get back to normal, if you dont, the economy explodes. We are billions in debt, how much more do you want?
Have your jab, get back to work. Its nothing more than a nasty flu.
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