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    There is no shortage of asinine conspiracy...

    There is no shortage of asinine conspiracy theories. That said, I don't think most people who are skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccine, are "anti-vaxxers". I'm unvaccinated, but I am all for the...
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    Since you have gone all-in on the propaganda,...

    Since you have gone all-in on the propaganda, miscers would actually do the opposite, if it was your infographic. The truth seems to usually be the opposite of everything presented by MSM and...
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    Agree, self-reported data is not a reliable or...

    Agree, self-reported data is not a reliable or even valid data to use for a study. Should be medically verified cases only. That said I still fail to see the benefit of mandatory vaccination for...
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    Adult adverse reactions are likely being...

    Adult adverse reactions are likely being massively suppressed as well. My wife’s mom had a heart attack within a few days of second dose, as did someone I work with. Of course neither were attributed...
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    It was a Tuesday and I was in a college medical...

    It was a Tuesday and I was in a college medical microbiology lab from 8-11. We found out after we came out that all classes were canceled. Then I walked to my house and watched news with my...
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    Wee? France probably did that because they are...

    Wee?

    France probably did that because they are not able to contain the level of socialist resistance they are seeing. Don’t need anymore crazy’s going there, it’s been intense. I guess those type...
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    You two will be happy together, no matter what. ;)

    You two will be happy together, no matter what. ;)
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    Poll: Probably get the QR code as a face tattoo to make...

    Probably get the QR code as a face tattoo to make it easier for self-check scanners. Gotta think of the future.
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    Poll: ID not required to vote. Need proof of a vaccine...

    ID not required to vote. Need proof of a vaccine that is marginally effective in preventing transmission of a disease that has well below a 1% CFR to go to like a store. Sounds like "science".
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    I was hopeful they would have stayed highly...

    I was hopeful they would have stayed highly effective for prevention, but nature is tricky. Obviously the data is still holding pretty well on preventing bad outcomes, but even then, elderly /...
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    I won’t be shocked if I’m affected by mandates....

    I won’t be shocked if I’m affected by mandates. Not really concerned but it’s going to be really bad optics for efficacy if that trend occurs here, and that’d be about the time (November range)....
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    Didn’t read yet, but the charts make you wonder...

    Didn’t read yet, but the charts make you wonder if it’s a booster that’s needed or a do over. Looks like they started boosters awhile ago, do they talk about any breakthroughs in those people?
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    The latter :p His wife was not vaxxed, also in...

    The latter :p

    His wife was not vaxxed, also in serious/critical condition. Not sure how that worked out, one vaxxed on TV one not?

    Vaccine leads to another loss of life here in IL. ...
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    None of those links work for me, but from what...

    None of those links work for me, but from what I've seen, I agree 40-60% seems to be the current consensus.
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    Random sampling and studies conducted since the...

    Random sampling and studies conducted since the rise of the Delta variant would be more relevant at present.

    Here's a more recent snapshot in the UK.
    "However, after adjusting for a range of...
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    The validity of data would be improved if they...

    The validity of data would be improved if they didn't stop tracking positive cases in vaccinated people lol. Since May, covid positives in vaccinated people "don't count" unless they end up...
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    Hence my suggestion that sitting on cash right...

    Hence my suggestion that sitting on cash right now probably isn't the worst thing financially ;)


    Meanwhile, elected officials with often classified insider information are making millions in the...
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    In Reason’s Swiss Cheese Theory model, the holes...

    In Reason’s Swiss Cheese Theory model, the holes in the cheese are not stationary. When a series of holes line up the conditions for an incident exist. Basically multiple small failures of components...
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    One of my primary incident investigation models....

    One of my primary incident investigation models. Multiple contributing factors aligned rather than a single root cause.
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    Absolutely. Just playing devils advocate. There...

    Absolutely. Just playing devils advocate. There was also 36 yo recently in the news double vaxxed and died of covid. Certainly being vaxxed reduces likelihood of a bad outcome, but it is no guarantee.
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