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TheOne1 10 points ago +12 / -2

Put on your raincoat you Bigot! I am getting wet because of you!!!

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AITrump2120 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you don't put your snow pants on it won't stop snowing!!!11!!1!!

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coolhandcuke 4 points ago +4 / -0

Lately, I've felt depressed. I used to think when that happened, my meds weren't working, but now I realize it's because everyone else won't take theirs. Really.

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Lowwdown 4 points ago +5 / -1

rofl

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Zxc26 2 points ago +3 / -1

If you shit your pants and trick or force everyone in to shiting theirs as well, it's not really an issue anymore, but you can't unshit yourself after that.

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PonySoldier66 2 points ago +2 / -0

˙pǝɔᴉʇou ǝuoǝɯos ǝɯᴉʇ ʇnoq∀

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ObamakilledJoan [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whoa! How’d you do that?

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WiseDonkey 1 point ago +4 / -3

This is poor argumentation that is repeated here a lot and it is making us look dumb. The argument for wanting other people to get vaccinated is that it will allow us to reach herd immunity, which will cause the virus to disappear completely because it won't be able to spread enough to stay "alive." Herd immunity benefits the people that cannot take the vaccine for medical reasons. It also benefits the vaccinated because the vaccine doesn't completely eliminate the risk of death due to covid. To people that believe herd immunity is possible, you are absolutely harming others, not just yourself, by not taking the vaccine.

If you want to make an intelligent argument, you should be talking about how herd immunity is probably impossible because the vaccine gives very narrow immunity due to targeting a single spike protein, so variants will inevitably arise (due to large numbers of infected people causing lots of random mutations) with a mutation of that protein causing the vaccine effectiveness to be too low to reach herd immunity even if 100% of people are vaccinated.

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FuckingWiseCracker 3 points ago +3 / -0

I also argue that herd immunity is 100% impossible because the Coof has established itself in animal reservoirs as well. We simply cannot inoculate all of the animals on Earth, so it will still be out there, mutating away, no matter the percentage of people who are vaccinated. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that's a decent argument as well.

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WiseDonkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good point. I have heard that, but forgot about it. Just don't tell Biden/Fauci or they will try to vaccinate all the animals.

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MarkSuckABug 2 points ago +2 / -0

... it will allow us to reach herd immunity, which will cause the virus to disappear completely because it won't be able to spread enough to stay "alive."

The "vaccine" cannot stop COVID from "spreading" because it doesn't stop infection. It's the vaxxed who are filling up the hospital wards, with COVID, heart inflammation, strokes and blood clots. Secondly, we've never in the history of mankind eliminated an airborne viral respiratory disease from existence (see: the common flu). Flu viruses mutate seasonally and develop resistance to vaccines (they do tend to become less lethal with every mutation). Thirdly, have you been living under a rock? The second jab is already below 50% effective (never was above 50% in reality, except for impressionable sheep who believe everything they hear on the TV). Israel are on their third jab and the fourth is scheduled in six months. The bloody heck is wrong wit' ya?!

To people that believe herd immunity is possible, ...

GTFOH with that claptrap. Herd immunity is not possible with viral respiratory diseases. I should also add: COVID has animal resorvoirs. Are you gonna vaccinate every bat in every chinese cave, and ferrets and cats and dogs? Give us a break, your pseudo-intellectual talking points are tiring.

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WiseDonkey 1 point ago +1 / -0

You don't seem to have understood my comment. The first paragraph explains why the vaccinated think the unvaccinated are harming them (causing herd immunity to not be reached) and points out that the original post doesn't really address the issue (and thus makes the poster look ignorant). My second paragraph explains why herd immunity is probably impossible even if everyone is vaccinated (hence, the argument by the vaccinated is invalid). Did you read the second paragraph? You ask if I have been living under a rock and then describe a phenomena that I already talked about (in general, not in specifics) in my second paragraph.

Some nitpicking, though:

It's the vaxxed who are filling up the hospital wards, with COVID...

Do you have any evidence that the people in hospitals with COVID are the vaxed more so than the unvaxed (I'm not disputing your claims about vax side effects, just covid infections)? The media likes to claim that it is 99% unvaxed, which is clearly bullshit (wildly out of line with data from Israel that shows two shots without a booster gives a middle-aged person about 5 times lower chance of serious illness than being unvaxed). You seem to by implying (perhaps that wasn't your intention) that COVID patients are mostly vaxxed rather than unvaxxed, which I have seen no evidence for.

The second jab is already below 50% effective (never was above 50% in reality...

The vaccines were designed to train your body to fight the spike protein for the virus that existed at the time. They claimed 95% effective against infection for the virus that existed then. Since then, the delta variant has dominated and it has a mutated spike protein. Pfizer was found to be 42% effective and Moderna to be 76% effective against delta. The obvious explanation is that the vaccine became less effective because the virus mutated. Instead of believing that, you believe it was never above 50% and all of the data from trials for both vaccines was faked, despite the fact that that would likely be discovered and could result in jail time for fraud? You believe that not a single person would blow the whistle? That is easier for you to believe than the obvious explanation?