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Faraday27 2 points ago +2 / -0

I disagree slightly. You should also take into account the timing of first dosage and the authors really shouldn't have released a half assed assessment. Table 3 shows the breakdown of dosage by weeks pregnant so 1132 out of 3958 vaccinated before 14 weeks. 1714 out of 3958 between 14-28 weeks. Unfortunately they chose to report still births at less than 20 weeks rather than follow the 0-14, 14-28, 28 and above metrics for dose tracking.

I wonder if any outlets have published the raw data after asking or of they would provide it.

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Faraday27 6 points ago +6 / -0

Generally curious and no downvote for your response. The article has a table of data found here (click on figures/media, Table 4) https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2104983

The issue people see is from the data in the table. It states of 827 that 700 received their first dose in their third trimester. So that leaves 127 in that table as having it prior with 104 losing the child at or earlier than 20 weeks.

If you have time can you explain the bits missing that make the above view of 104 out of 127 as incorrect?

https://www.nejm.org/na101/home/literatum/publisher/mms/journals/content/nejm/2021/nejm_2021.384.issue-24/nejmoa2104983/20210908/images/img_medium/nejmoa2104983_t4.jpeg

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

You must not be aware how amazing the job market is for skilled workers right now. If your employer tries to force anything upon you, now is the best time to look elsewhere.

I had no idea myself until a friend suggested I apply elsewhere when the state started suggesting forced vax. I'd honestly not looked at all. Figured I had it good. Turns out tech workers are in short supply and in super high demand. I doubled my pay with room to advance and their are still head hunters offering positions.

This really is the best market for tech workers since the dot com boom. Everyone hard pivoting to remote options has made the need for support, r&d, network admin, security, business systems development, operations management, project management, it directors explode. Companies with the cash are sniping those with seat time/ experience and those without the major funds are paying entry level higher wages just to fill spots.

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

They are slow walking the J6 trials until 2022 because they know Potatus has no platform, no following, no policy wins, nothing positive at all for voters to think about. This will negatively impact jack ass democrats up for reelection so they are saving the public persecution of their political enemies to paint the opposition as terrorists. This will be the headlines from summer 2022 through election day.

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Faraday27 32 points ago +32 / -0

And zero reporting on the sources. "Oh there's a shortage cause the coof". No details.

If they gave details they would report that Trump was right about bringing home manufacturing. It's not just to get good jobs but national security.

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Faraday27 2 points ago +2 / -0

Like the usage of insane asylums by the rich and politically connected to rid themselves of inconvenient people. Nothing could possibly go wrong.

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's interesting. A company I worked for spends an egregious amount of money for additional cold storage provided by other companies. They have the land to make their own but it was determined to be more economical to buy from others. Tyson being one of them, but yeah they use a ton of refrigerated trailers as well.

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Faraday27 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you go deeper into the word that is translated to "caught up" or "going out to meet" you will find it was more in line with meeting a leader returning to a city, and escorting the leader back into the city. Think Caesar returning to Rome and all the people of the city coming out to greet and escort he and his army back.

Lines up with the concept of heaven on earth vs some magical transporting to heaven.

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

Long term absolutely. Short term, cold storage is expensive and doesn't pop up over night. Just glad I live around the food sources and not packed into a city. Buying a half cow and hitting up farmers markets populated by actual farmers is just a regular part of life here.

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

One of the big things missing in the "how will this effect us?" Is shared cold storage. Tyson runs massive storage facilities that other companies, including grocery stores, use so trucks have one stop shops to pick up items.

If tyson is turning away trucks at those facilities it will be a lot more than Tyson products not getting delivered until the stores figure out new logistics.

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Faraday27 11 points ago +11 / -0

I effectively doubled my pay this year and am holding every extra penny expecting a down turn brought on by the Biden / Harris occupation.

On that note, if you work in the tech sector and your current employer isn't valuing you $$ as you think you should be. You have the reigns in this environment. Start looking if you haven't at what is available and ignore education requirements when applying if you have the skillet needed. Huge lack of workers and 100% remote work is readily available. You can practically set your price, they will likely try to lowball, just say no and that you require X amount. Grow a pair and make a move.

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Faraday27 23 points ago +23 / -0

Leftist Tranny Grifter

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Faraday27 9 points ago +9 / -0

My daughter brought home hand-foot-mouth recently. My unvaccinated wife got it as well as my vaccinated mother-in-law. My wife had a few bumps on her hands and feet. My mother-in-law had one of those Google-search horrifying cases where her skin was falling off of her hands and feet for upwards of 6 weeks.

My father who was damn near impervious to sickness got the jab as well. He's had one illness after another since. Including his first ever ear infection in his 60s that took two rounds of antibiotics to purge.

Take what you will from those anecdotes.

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Faraday27 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some conflating between ade which is cited in the failed RSV and Dengue vaccines vs what occurred with Mareks disease in chickens. For RSV and Dengue it killed the recipients. For Mareks it kept the chickens alive but their viral shedding was significantly higher than unvaccinated. The virus became more deadly due to the vaccinated chickens being incubators for the virus.

If this is what is occurring with the covid synthetic mRNA technology then eventually we'll all need the vaccine as the vaccinated will incubate stronger and more deadly strains. Time will tell. I hope this isn't the case for all our sake.

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/tthis-chicken-vaccine-makes-virus-dangerous

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Faraday27 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Pretty similar" and "non usual folks"

Having read through most of this thread this is the most generic description I've seen. I'm curious if you are inherently polite, attempting to be courteous to those that may be offended that lurk here, or the language is a result of having to police yourself for whatever reason.

This isn't a complaint your word choice just jumped out to me in a sea of complaints about mostly Mexicans, ghetto blacks, and white trash.

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

Same. Took years but finally in a position to not care, but I still refuse to pay insane prices by lb/oz/unit. I wait for sales and stock the freezer. Shop multiple stores for best prices rather than pay double for convenience. Small garden in the back because factory farm veggies are tasteless with a side benefit of saving a few pennies.

Put the savings towards retirement and making sure my kids have more opportunities than were afforded me.

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Faraday27 12 points ago +12 / -0

I also work in front of a computer. I do push-ups and sit-ups at my desk during the various breaks I get.

CFO walked by and watched for a moment then commented that it was a good idea. Pretty sure he's working out in his office periodically now.

Can always squeeze in some form of workout as a desk jockey. Helps my neck and back from the commute as well.

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Faraday27 11 points ago +11 / -0

Started a new job recently. Huge improvement for my growing family. Overall, really laid back environment. However, they sent out an "anonymous" survey asking if vaxxed, if we ever would be, and why we wouldn't.

I noticed the obscenely long query parameter in the url for the survey and asked a few of my new co workers if I could see the full link for theirs to verify how we may be tracked. Turns out everyone had a vastly different parameter that was likely tied to our email account or employee id.

I let those around know it was likely tracked and hardly anonymous then proceeded to answer truthfully.

If it's a good spot they won't give me shit. If they do, it wasn't the right place for me to begin with.

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Faraday27 12 points ago +12 / -0

"COVID deaths plunge" of you click the original posts link. Not case numbers.

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Faraday27 3 points ago +3 / -0

When you want to share some of your childhood nostalgia with your own children and a remake of something beloved pops up only to be pure trash while attempting to indoctrinate your child it can anger you a bit.

Protecting your children from degeneracy is a full-time job. You don't want them to be an outcast by denying them access to what their peers enjoy, but you also have to set boundaries to keep them from being corrupted by leftist nonsense.

On the plus side, with streaming services, you can prescreen shows ahead of time. No shoving them in front of crap that you've not been able to monitor beforehand.

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Faraday27 1 point ago +1 / -0

Read "Data Variant" at first and immediately thought of the stolen election. Could be a meme hidden in there.

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