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    You must spread some Reputation around before...

    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to 7Seconds again.

    :)
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    I went in one of the buildings at Virginia Tech...

    I went in one of the buildings at Virginia Tech with my son and they had a version of this with actual robots about 3 feet tall. (I won)

    https://me.vt.edu/news/briefs/kollmorgen-robots-2021.html
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    OUCH ;) Sad, right? It seems like a country...

    OUCH ;)

    Sad, right? It seems like a country shouldn't have an average life expectancy of 55 in 2021, but it probably does limit their covid mortality.
    Also provides some perspective when the...
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    I don't think people haven't been informed of the...

    I don't think people haven't been informed of the risks, and the pharma companies aren't protected against the risk if they are negligent or hide a known risk.
    The bottom line is that the mRNA...
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    Less testing, less money to travel and spread the...

    Less testing, less money to travel and spread the virus, different social lives, and what's probably the biggest factor, the median age in Nigeria is under 20. The median age in the US is more than...
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    Looking at our numbers, we're definitely not done...

    Looking at our numbers, we're definitely not done with COVID, but hopefully we can get the number of bad outcomes a lot lower even while there's still a pandemic.
    Hope your friend recovers. You had...
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    It's hard to say that is always the natural...

    It's hard to say that is always the natural progression of a virus, although what I've read says it is fairly common. In the case of CoV2, don't see a lot of pressure for the other variants to...
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    I haven't given up. I was away for a few days,...

    I haven't given up. I was away for a few days, but most of the angst recently seems political and I didn't notice a lot of posts with incorrect interpretations of data or made up stuff (I'll admit...
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    Mark, you're making me sad. Sorry you can't be...

    Mark, you're making me sad. Sorry you can't be with family, hope you get to see some friends, and hope your Thanksgiving is still really nice.
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    Fish upwind of you and fart a lot. Taco Bell...

    Fish upwind of you and fart a lot.

    Taco Bell time :)
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    You already know why. Just a decreased risk of...

    You already know why. Just a decreased risk of mortality by more than 50% would be sufficient, but we're much better than that. That's still around 80% for most of us and won't decrease nearly as...
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    I will try to pay better attention Miss Cass....

    I will try to pay better attention Miss Cass.
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    yeah, I guess we often do.

    Also, don't forget that I'm only planning to wait a couple of months to see if anyone has a phase 3 vaccine study...
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    Didn't you get a booster shot recently Cass? I...

    Didn't you get a booster shot recently Cass? I thought I saw you post something about it since your original vaccine was the J&J one.

    If any of us who have had the alpha vaccines get another...
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    So let's be "clear". We don't actually know the...

    So let's be "clear". We don't actually know the long term risks of catching the virus as opposed to just getting the vaccine. A history of having had the EBV virus correlates with your risk of...
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    You just barely make the timeline for a booster...

    You just barely make the timeline for a booster since you're 6 months out, you're only 40, so your immune response to the vaccine is likely higher than mine at 53, and you're healthy.

    I'm sure a...
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    I can't really offer you much advice on that. ...

    I can't really offer you much advice on that.
    OK to ask when you got vaccinated, with what, and how old you are?
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    I don't know what to make of that. Either her...

    I don't know what to make of that. Either her immune system didn't respond by producing a lot of Ab or somebody screwed up a test (or 2). Given you probably share quite of few genes, it would be...
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    I think that at some point, your risk of side...

    I think that at some point, your risk of side effects is likely to increase, and while I have no real evidence that 3 shots or 4 shots is the point where the risks outweigh the benefits, I also don't...
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    I find this interesting because the sentiment is...

    I find this interesting because the sentiment is so widespread. Given the choice, I'll take the mRNA vaccine over the J&J version any day. There's less to it. Pretty much everything that could...
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    $359 delivered with the hybrid pad Feb-2020....

    $359 delivered with the hybrid pad Feb-2020.
    Higher costs, high demand, good reviews...

    I'm still enjoying mine and no complaints yet.
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