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TonsOfSalt 1 point ago +1 / -0

I completely forgot the icing on the cake: This employee lectured people about how they need to get the vaccine because of how bad it was for them even with the vaccine.

I get that the "studies" show that vaccines reduce hospitalization, but offering an anecdote of a shitty time you had with the virus after the vaccine is next level HONK.

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TonsOfSalt 2 points ago +2 / -0

An openly gay priest in the Church of Sweden, one of Europe’s most progressive protestant churches, has vowed to stop marrying heterosexual couples to protest a rule which gives newly ordained priests the choice to perform marriage ceremonies for same-sex couples or not.

Jokes on you. I don't care what your church calls marriage. I'll keep that religious freedom. Thanks.

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TonsOfSalt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let's endorse her logic for fun so we can give beds to normal weight people over fat people. They are a huge burden on medical staff.

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TonsOfSalt 2 points ago +2 / -0

Zero. The vaccine is so volatile that it needs to be kept at ultra cold Temps to stay together long enough to work on the first person who gets it injected.

Do you think they are going to shed the vaccine after the fact?

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TonsOfSalt 2 points ago +2 / -0

It would be pretty funny if citizens walked up and popped the tires of the vehicle.

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TonsOfSalt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Without further information and not being too knowledgable myself, I can agree with you on that. I appreciate you doing the due diligence to try to compare vaxxed to unvaxxed.

I just happened to notice the discrepancy between the timeframes of when spontaneously abortions "mostly" occur according to your source. If the majority of them happened later in the pregnancy (when they normally don't), I still think there is cause for concern there.

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TonsOfSalt 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree. As soon as he suggested it, I knew I was talking to someone who had no idea. ECMO has tons of problems associated with it. Good luck getting comfortable when it ruins all the standard dosing for pain and sedation. My chances of bleeding out or getting a stroke go through the roof. I'd rather take my chances on a properly managed ventilator, assuming I'm sick enough to need one.

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TonsOfSalt 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well, his other thing is too small to stroke. Gotta get satisfaction somehow.

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TonsOfSalt 1 point ago +1 / -0

We do ECMO for select cases. And those also have statistically high probability of death as well. News flash: Vents and ECMO only get used on the sickest patients, and the sickest patients are more likely to die regardless. Saying "ventilator bad" is some low IQ shit.

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TonsOfSalt -20 points ago +1 / -21

hospitals are trying to kill people

No. They are not. The physicians meet all the time to go over peer reviewed literature to constantly seek out the best practice to improve mortality outcomes for the disease.

People don't go on vents unless they would absolutely die otherwise. Tell me what the healthcare providers are supposed to do when you're severely hypoxic and getting worse while maxed out on a high flow nasal cannula blasting 100% oxygen down your nasopharynx at 50 liters per minute.

Downvoters have no idea how hospitals work or the fact you can make yourself DNR/DNI at any time prior to intubation. Don't whine about the care you let the physicians provide if you think it doesn't work. You don't have to.

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TonsOfSalt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting. That link says that spontaneous abortions usually happen within the first 3 months of confirmed pregnancy.

This vaccine study said most of them happened in the 3rd trimester. Why would that be?

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TonsOfSalt 0 points ago +1 / -1

If you're referring to me, I don't stop any family members from doing shit in my position. Either way, if you want to pull the ET tube out of your family member with a P/F Ratio of 50, you're the one killing them - not me.

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TonsOfSalt 5 points ago +5 / -0

"That's the second time"

I burst out laughing

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TonsOfSalt -2 points ago +1 / -3

I don't know where you are getting your information from, but I can tell you with certainty we have given things including monoclonal antibodies, remdesivir, steroids/antibiotics of varying kinds, and DVT prophylaxis medications.

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TonsOfSalt -10 points ago +1 / -11

You are factually incorrect.

There are plenty of therapeutics given for them. They may not include things you want, but don't lie.

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