USA COVID-19 Vaccination Updates

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I did the same as you; I got the first two shots but decided against getting the booster and I'm glad I made that decision. In fact, the only time that I was sick since this started was the day after I got the second shot, when I became terribly ill like I hadn't been since I had a case of food poisoning about 20 years prior.

I think that we already knew this, but we were lied to about almost everything regarding this virus, mostly for nefarious reasons. I'm just glad that we had access to other sources of information that told the truth so that we could form our own opinions, at least until they were deplatformed by this corrupt government and its social media sycophants.
Absolutely. Sickest I've been during this time are both days after the shots and I have had the virus twice. I really don't know what to think. I am not big in to research but am big in to common sense. We went back in the classroom Fall of 2020 with masks. Took them off mid Spring Semester I believe. You know what......my attendance records were almost identical. I've thank God every day that I was able to spend the "pandemic" in Texas.
 

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I'll be waiting for the apologies to start rolling in....
Waiting for all the schmucks that attacked anyone here that questioned anything. We were called murders, wanting to kill their grandmother, idiots, knuckle draggers, science deniers, and a whole lot more. Lots of assholes that attacked us all, laughed at us, acted so intellectual and superior. ......

And are now the ones shown to be the fools.
 

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Waiting for all the schmucks that attacked anyone here that questioned anything. We were called murders, wanting to kill their grandmother, idiots, knuckle draggers, science deniers, and a whole lot more. Lots of assholes that attacked us all, laughed at us, acted so intellectual and superior. ......

And are now the ones shown to be the fools.
It's quite funny how all those schmuck aren't saying anything. I have enjoyed watching the vaccine commercials that now say 9 in 10 deaths were over 50 with serious health issues.

One thing I'd be curious on and haven't seen any Stat is...how many deaths were smokers at any point in their lives? Or vaped? Would be intersting
 
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It's quite funny how all those schmuck aren't saying anything. I have enjoyed watching the vaccine commercials that now say 9 in 10 deaths were over 50 with serious health issues.

One thing I'd be curious on and haven't seen any Stat is...how many deaths were smokers at any point in their lives? Or vaped? Would be intersting
Most of those clowns were Tombots and are on the ON3 site. I don’t post there but if I did I would challenge them to come back here and either apologize or defend their posts.

Anyone that posts there....feel free to do so.
 

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Interesting article---if these numbers are true then the MORONS who decided to use venilators needs to be hung. There is a reason the conversation ended in May 2020 about lack of ventilators. What a waste of money and time! https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/3..._id=76880730&isFreemail=true&utm_medium=email
I saw a NY emergency room resident raising this exact issue about a month or two into the whole mess. He was shouting out to everyone that he thought our common vent protocols were part of the problem and that the pressures were far too high for the COVID patients.
 

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Most of those clowns were Tombots and are on the ON3 site. I don’t post there but if I did I would challenge them to come back here and either apologize or defend their posts.

Anyone that posts there....feel free to do so.
I post there as do a few others who agree with you. Tom is still quick to eliminate posts he doesnt agree with (unless you are a lefty).

I know he deleted info that my Dr friend at NHI personally told me back in 2020, claiming i was lying but as we see all has been true.
 

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I saw a NY emergency room resident raising this exact issue about a month or two into the whole mess. He was shouting out to everyone that he thought our common vent protocols were part of the problem and that the pressures were far too high for the COVID patients.
to their credit, after boosting vent production, they backed off usage pretty quickly. So this means two things to me: first, we've been fighting flu for centuries, why wasn't this already known? Second, if they pivioted on this, why didn't they also pivot on other acute issues that were quickly learned along the way? Worse, they doubled down. The result is that the medical community, specifically the CDC and WHO, have ZERO credibility worldwide. I was in Canada who still was masking in public trans and mandatory testing two weeks ago. Citizens were coming up to me and apologizing. Second, we are still firing people who have no vaxxed. There is a hero fireman in FL who saved people in the hurricane who was supposed to get fired this week.
 

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Tom McA is such a punk.
Absolutely, for political reasons he censored so much health info that is now absolute fact that people should be suing him personally. It's one thing if Joe Schmoe is arguing against factual info or even lying about it for political reasons. It's another when the guy who runs the social media site is preventing facts from being known to perpetuate false health information for political reasons.
 
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to their credit, after boosting vent production, they backed off usage pretty quickly. So this means two things to me: first, we've been fighting flu for centuries, why wasn't this already known? Second, if they pivioted on this, why didn't they also pivot on other acute issues that were quickly learned along the way? Worse, they doubled down. The result is that the medical community, specifically the CDC and WHO, have ZERO credibility worldwide. I was in Canada who still was masking in public trans and mandatory testing two weeks ago. Citizens were coming up to me and apologizing. Second, we are still firing people who have no vaxxed. There is a hero fireman in FL who saved people in the hurricane who was supposed to get fired this week.
You still have to put on a cloth mask and pretend that you don't know what a nanometer is at most medical facilities. The medical community has lost a lot of credibility in their refusal to speak up to clearly absurd policies and anti-science.
 

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You still have to put on a cloth mask and pretend that you don't know what a nanometer is at most medical facilities. The medical community has lost a lot of credibility in their refusal to speak up to clearly absurd policies and anti-science.
Agreed. And everyone just smirks, knowing it is total BS. I mean, its not like anyone is being fooled.
 

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Agreed. And everyone just smirks, knowing it is total BS. I mean, its not like anyone is being fooled.
Took my dad to an appointment this week where the doctor couldn't keep theirs on and then had my dad remove his to check some things. They of course removed theirs as well to demonstrate what they wanted him to do. I sat there thinking the policy is officially masks but even the doctors disagree with it.
 

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I'd have to agree. You could at least have some respect for him if he challenged posts that he thought were incorrect and stated his reasoning. But instead he just censors and it's obvious that he does it because he cannot support his views or why political views aligned with his own were permitted while others were dishonesty removed.
 

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I'd have to agree. You could at least have some respect for him if he challenged posts that he thought were incorrect and stated his reasoning. But instead he just censors and it's obvious that he does it because he cannot support his views or why political views aligned with his own were permitted while others were dishonesty removed.
I have no comment on Tm. I don’t know him. I just thought the post was funny
 

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I have no comment on Tm. I don’t know him. I just thought the post was funny
Yes but we could all see the way he cowardly censored posts that were threats to his POV while simultaneously allowing political posts and threads many of which are now seen as laughable but aligned with his politics to remain. It was obvious he was small, a non-thinker, and just a cheerleader of whatever his political overseers wanted pushed to other non-thinkers.
 

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medium covid! God-dang MEDIUM COVID!!!

man, they just keep going and going and going on this stuff

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Reminds me of the space balls bit about merchandising, where the real money from the movie is made, ... space balls the t shirt, space balls the breakfast cereal, space balls the flame thrower!

We have covid, long covid, medium covid, covid the flame thrower!
 
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There is more to it than that. The ventilation occurred at a pressure that was damaging infected lung tissue. Medical experts later agreed that a pressure provided by a common CPAP was the appropriate pressure for the more susceptible infected lungs. Ventilators actively damaged the lungs of covid patients. Ventilators weren't just not helpful, they were accelerating the decline and contributing to the killing mechanism.
This discussion demands more focus on the suppression of early treatment and the selection of Remdesivir as the only approved course of treatment. Remdesivir is the reason patients needed ventilators in the first place.
 
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This discussion demands more focus on the suppression of early treatment and the selection of Remdesivir as the only approved course of treatment. Remdesivir is the reason patients needed ventilators in the first place.
Lots of wrong to go around but remdesivir as a covid treatment and ventilators were different timeframes and therefore unrelated.
 

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Lots of wrong to go around but remdesivir as a covid treatment and ventilators were different timeframes and therefore unrelated.
Remdesivir causes renal issues that lead to pulmonary edema. That’s why the vents are ordered in the first place. Remdesivir is a death sentence.
 

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So looking at the data. New hospital admissions 7 day is at 3,268. Still coming down but at a slower pace of reduction then in the past. Were average 10% week of week reduction and now down to only 4% lower than last week. Anectdotally one guy in our office got covid and another person's kid got covid. So still around. Simirialy the fatality rate week over week reduction is also slowing down. Latest value is 338 per day. Looking at the death by age chart, statistically 99% of people dying are over 75+ age, all other lines are at the 0 mark on the chart.

Good news in the UK, which has the best data, where they had a slight increase in cases that started in early Septemember, that increase already seems to be leveling off and was only 33% the peak of the previous covid waves.

So looks like that Covid cases will continue to decrease over time as herd immunity due to natural infection looks to finally be happening.

On my favorite topic, was flying last week and this week. Just shocked on the amount of masks I saw in the airport and on the plane. I estimate maybe 15% of people had masks on. So from what I am seeing, I am adding one more type of person to the previous list of 3 majors:

1. Old people. See a lot of elderly people with masks on. Cannot blame them for being careful.

2. Asians and Black people. I would say over 50% of the black people I saw in the airport and on the plane were wearing masks. Next to Asians, by far the demographic with the most mask wearing.

3. Hipsters. Wearing them for social reasons. Best one was the guy in line at the coffee kiosk this morning in the terminal. Hipster wearing his vans, Tshirt so he could show off his tattoo arm sleeve that had just been started, backwards cap, low hanging jeans, and the dude had a large beard. So he is wearing a cotton mask over a huge beard. I almost asked him what he thought the cotton mask over his beard was doing for him.

4. My new category. Hypochondriac and germ phobes. Flight attendant on the plane was wearing a mask. So the bell rings for everybody to put away their laptops and put the tray tables in their upright and locked positions. So after I am done, I hop up quick to goto the bathroom. The flight attendant (the one wearing the mask) is up in the galley and I watch him take out his sanitizer bottle out of a zip lock bag and proceed to put a generous portion on his hands and rub them vigoursly. After he is done, he puts another big squirt on his hands and does it all over again. So when I now see your average non-hipster, non-old person wearing a mask, I think it is because they were also germaphobes/hypochondriac and that the ability to wear a mask just feeds into that.
 

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So looking at the data. New hospital admissions 7 day is at 3,268. Still coming down but at a slower pace of reduction then in the past. Were average 10% week of week reduction and now down to only 4% lower than last week. Anectdotally one guy in our office got covid and another person's kid got covid. So still around. Simirialy the fatality rate week over week reduction is also slowing down. Latest value is 338 per day. Looking at the death by age chart, statistically 99% of people dying are over 75+ age, all other lines are at the 0 mark on the chart.

Good news in the UK, which has the best data, where they had a slight increase in cases that started in early Septemember, that increase already seems to be leveling off and was only 33% the peak of the previous covid waves.

So looks like that Covid cases will continue to decrease over time as herd immunity due to natural infection looks to finally be happening.

On my favorite topic, was flying last week and this week. Just shocked on the amount of masks I saw in the airport and on the plane. I estimate maybe 15% of people had masks on. So from what I am seeing, I am adding one more type of person to the previous list of 3 majors:

1. Old people. See a lot of elderly people with masks on. Cannot blame them for being careful.

2. Asians and Black people. I would say over 50% of the black people I saw in the airport and on the plane were wearing masks. Next to Asians, by far the demographic with the most mask wearing.

3. Hipsters. Wearing them for social reasons. Best one was the guy in line at the coffee kiosk this morning in the terminal. Hipster wearing his vans, Tshirt so he could show off his tattoo arm sleeve that had just been started, backwards cap, low hanging jeans, and the dude had a large beard. So he is wearing a cotton mask over a huge beard. I almost asked him what he thought the cotton mask over his beard was doing for him.

4. My new category. Hypochondriac and germ phobes. Flight attendant on the plane was wearing a mask. So the bell rings for everybody to put away their laptops and put the tray tables in their upright and locked positions. So after I am done, I hop up quick to goto the bathroom. The flight attendant (the one wearing the mask) is up in the galley and I watch him take out his sanitizer bottle out of a zip lock bag and proceed to put a generous portion on his hands and rub them vigoursly. After he is done, he puts another big squirt on his hands and does it all over again. So when I now see your average non-hipster, non-old person wearing a mask, I think it is because they were also germaphobes/hypochondriac and that the ability to wear a mask just feeds into that.

So looking at the data. New hospital admissions 7 day is at 3,180. Still coming down but very slowly. Anectdotally heard of a couple people in another office who got covid. So the only slight, slight decline makes sense to me based on general observations. Simirialy the fatality rate week over week reduction is also slowing down. Latest value is 321 per day.

UK data still holding steady, so again no sign of a spike but also not going down yet either.

On a worse note in some sense, where BA4/5 were 98%+ of the infection since Aug 1st, we now are starting to see BA2.75 which is now at 5% and "other" which is now at 10%. So basically there are other variants now accounting for 15% of cases and rising fast. This is most likely the reason for the cases holding steady and not going down as these other variants are now evading some form of natural immunity from previous infections.
 

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So looking at the data. New hospital admissions 7 day is at 3,180. Still coming down but very slowly. Anectdotally heard of a couple people in another office who got covid. So the only slight, slight decline makes sense to me based on general observations. Simirialy the fatality rate week over week reduction is also slowing down. Latest value is 321 per day.

UK data still holding steady, so again no sign of a spike but also not going down yet either.

On a worse note in some sense, where BA4/5 were 98%+ of the infection since Aug 1st, we now are starting to see BA2.75 which is now at 5% and "other" which is now at 10%. So basically there are other variants now accounting for 15% of cases and rising fast. This is most likely the reason for the cases holding steady and not going down as these other variants are now evading some form of natural immunity from previous infections.
I think the positive sign is we are still talking about BA and not a new variant. Which I find odd. Omicron is pushing a year old and nothing new has popped up. Well except at Boston U
 

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I think the positive sign is we are still talking about BA and not a new variant. Which I find odd. Omicron is pushing a year old and nothing new has popped up. Well except at Boston U
in addition, it appears that as the Omicron variants have migrated from the original through BA-2, and BA-4, and BA-5 that they seem to get less virulent as they progress. So another good sign that even though variants keep coming, they are not any worse then the last one.

Ultimately I think what we are going to see (and have seen in 2021 and 2022) is that the average age of death is going to decrease (after increasing for the past multiple centuries) as basically old and sick people are going to die 6 to 24 months before they would have over the past couple of decades.
 

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in addition, it appears that as the Omicron variants have migrated from the original through BA-2, and BA-4, and BA-5 that they seem to get less virulent as they progress. So another good sign that even though variants keep coming, they are not any worse then the last one.

Ultimately I think what we are going to see (and have seen in 2021 and 2022) is that the average age of death is going to decrease (after increasing for the past multiple centuries) as basically old and sick people are going to die 6 to 24 months before they would have over the past couple of decades.
Which normally would mean we should see a drop off in total deaths in the next year. But that hasn't happened yet.
 

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How many times do the American people want lied to before they understand the vaccine claims are false? There was a video at one time illustrating the changing claims starting with 99 and 95 percent effective against infection.
There were many lies. Many.

But don't fall into the trap that the vaccine did NOTHING.

The amount of coordinated fraud that would be required for that to be true is significant.
 
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