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chinita_atx 2 points ago +2 / -0

Will pray for them to continue doing well, and that they see the results of their effort so they'll be encouraged to stay clean.

What a good brother you are. God bless.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Public schools are teaching kids these and its causing kids to self-doubt. My friend's kid thought he was gay up until HS. And then he went to college and had a gf. Parents beware.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Could be. Time will tell.

She also has this thing of not remembering what we talked about minutes prior. Ex:

We talked about how our shared fence with the neighbor was put up in just a few hours, metal posts and all. And she says, yes, they can do it within a day. Same convo, I then compared it to a neighbor's fence that was left f for a few days and the metal posts left uncut for more than a week. Then she says it can take long to do all those things. Eh? I've had a few conversations with her similar to this where she contradicts herself in the same convo.

She still talks a lot though.

I've prayed to purify my intention when it comes to this; that I don't value being proven right at the expense of her getting sick because of the vaccine.

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chinita_atx 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, no sense to rock the boat, but take names and know who you can rely on.

And since the cruise is still next year, tell him to wait. Ask him to monitor the situation in Israel. Also, to observe what's going on with people who have gotten vaxxed. I think that's reasonable.

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chinita_atx 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't get the attraction of cruises. I can't take a vacation with a crowd. Ugh.

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chinita_atx 7 points ago +7 / -0

In denial. She doesn't know why it's happening to her.

She's liberal and is a full on vaxxer and Fauci cultist. If you insert covid logic, the information just bounces off her brain.

I sent her the studies of effectiveness of HCQ and her argument against it is Fauci says it's not effective.

Remember the multi-generation family that caught covid in Texas last year. It was a bday party of the 3rd generation and the grandma dropped off food but went down and hugged her son, caught it and gave it to her husband who later died? 17-18 other family members also had from 2nd and 3rd generation, but all recovered, even a cancer survivor. I was telling her that's a lesson there for all of us. Shelter the elderly and let the young ones go about as normal. Basically, Sweden. She got so mad. She said I was minimizing the pandemic.

Then last month I met her sister and SO was worried because they're not from our bubble. I said don't worry the sister already caught covid and then my friend said and she's vaccinated, which was to me, unnecessary. But to her, vaccination was more important than natural immunity. Now, she's slowly accepting natural immunity is better because her news is starting to cover it. So I just let her news catch her up.

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chinita_atx 15 points ago +15 / -0

Worried about a good friend who got her 2nd dose [Moderna] in early April. 2 weeks ago she got Bell's Palsy. She's had bumps that come and go all over her face. Her ear is painful. Pain is now radiating to other parts of her body. And she says she's having a difficult time remembering things and remembering what to call things. She watched a female comedian the other night and kept on saying a different comedian's name and even showed us a picture of that other comedian to talk about the comedian she watched. I'm getting a little worried.

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chinita_atx 4 points ago +4 / -0

Someone's late to the party.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Geert vanden Bossche has been saying the vaccine-induced antibodies are long lived but SPECIFIC; specific to the antigen (spike protein) on which the vaccine was made. So the new variants that have escaped the infected vaccinated and that have therefore learned to evade the vaccine therein, will henceforth be vaccine-resistant. Lather rinse and repeat. Ad nauseum.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Agent / Management team / PR team / Record company all probably asked her to do it.

I read this book about celebrities that describe them as mini CEOs of a company. There's a lot of livelihoods riding on whether that star remains in the public's good graces, which includes not being a target of powerful entities like Big Pharma which can demolish mini CEOs in its path.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Protection doesn't wane. Vaccine-induced antibodies are long-lived. But they're specific, which means it won't on new variants. So the right term is the vaccines are now outdated. Booster of the same concoction is just going to add to the quantity of spike proteins in your system and won't add any/provide new protection.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

If we're all unvaxxed, the virus would just go around as is until it can't find a host anymore [herd immunity]. With the vaccine, once the vaxxed gets infected, the virus will interact with host and learn vax and escape host and mutate as a vaccine-resistant variant.

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chinita_atx 5 points ago +5 / -0

.2mg per kg of weight as prophylactic 1/week

.4mg - .6mg per kg of weight daily for 5 days or until recovered as treatment

https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-mask-plus-protocol/

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chinita_atx 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ask your friend, before the vaccines, were there variants?

They only started coming out after trials and at start of campaign. Remember where one of first variants came from? South Africa, site of 2 vaccine trials.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe his response to the Nikki Minaj issue.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here's Fauci explaining it.

https://twitter.com/YossiGestetner/status/1434513456682700805

See Dengue vaccine.

The way I understand it is the antibodies resulting from vaccine are inferior and when you get infected by the virus, they attach to the virus and help them get into your cells. I could be wrong.

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chinita_atx 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was listening to Dr Malone talk to Del Bigtree about "masking".

They think the adverse effects on the older people who are vaxxed are masked, meaning since they're older the illnesses/side effects are more or less not unusual. You wouldn't necessarily blame the vax for a heart attack on a 70-year old as against a healthy 18-year old.

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chinita_atx 2 points ago +2 / -0

US stopped vax campaign at around 25 deaths. 25. We are now at 12K deaths but the news media are not reporting adverse events.

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