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  1. FirstWorldProblems

    I know no one will care but...........

    c.1985 in the West Midlands, my classmates dad killed himself in the canal. He’d been caught by the police engaged in a lewd act with another man. I guess he couldn’t face dealing with that in the very working class Black Country. How sad is that?
  2. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    Contributed. Sure. There are many factors to all of these. Genetics, socio-economic, lifestyle, availability of care and quality of care. Fundamentally you are wrong to assert that "80%", or "a big percentage" or "most" people receiving healthcare are doing so because of their own negligence. You built your argument on a false premise and so that argument has been shown here to not stand up. With that now established, you can see now that your assertion is wrong. Anti-vaxxers clogging up intensive care beds is in no way comparable to "most" of other people competing for that care. Ergo, it is indeed demonstrably selfish to do so and I agree with the other person who said that you should excuse yourself from receiving care should you be unfortunate enough to catch the virus. You've made your choice. You've opted out of the social pact to all pull together and so you shouldn't take that care provision from those who have done their bit for society. Actions have consequences. https://www.sorryantivaxxer.com/
  3. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    Sigh. Not "a" link - about half a dozen. You even replied accepting it.....but of course you then quickly countered with "but what about Omicron"......remember You've got to admit, you are a bit of a conspiracy theorist and you aren't ever going to change your mind, no matter how much evidence is offered
  4. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    Is that a "no"? Again, I want to understand your point of view. You are clearly concerned about potential long term side effects of Covid vaccines. You will have a reason for that concern and I like to learn, hence I am asking....physiologically, how would this happen?
  5. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    I’ve shared it with you here. More than once.
  6. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    I’m happy to discuss that point separately. But I’d like to stick to the point we are debating here if you would oblige me. We are discussing your concern, your assertion, that long term side effects of Covid vaccines are a distinct possibility. I’m asking you to please help me understand how such a thing might happen, so I can understand your concern and point of view.
  7. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    Yes it does. All the data evidences a strong impact.
  8. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    What is it then? Look - I’m trying to pin you down because I want to highlight the problem of assuming something without checking. We assume a thing is right because it instinctively feels right and so we accept it as true, as a fact. We then build new assumptions on top of that “fact” and it feels logical then that these to are facts. It’s important to be as accurate as we can be, especially about subjects like this because we are all in a position to influence other peoples thinking with our words.
  9. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    Oh. I see you haven’t read the evidence. Honestly, you’d understand if you did.
  10. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    But I’m trying to understand how you think a negative long term side effect might come about. I’m not following your thinking and I’d like to. Hence the question - physiologically how do you believe such a thing could occur?
  11. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    But it does REDUCE transmission. I’ve shared the clear, unequivocal evidence of this with you several times. I feel it disingenuous to gloss over this important point.
  12. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    I’m not seeing the big number as clearly as you seem to be.
  13. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    How big?
  14. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    But HOW does it build up over time? The vaccine was metabolised within a few days. So how is a side effect that isn’t detectable when the vaccine is present somehow building up after it’s gone? It’s absent it’s not there. There is literally nothing present to cause a reaction. Physiologically, how could what you suggest occur?
  15. FirstWorldProblems

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    Yes you could, but you would be a liar because that’s untrue.
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