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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +3 / -1

I'm not surprised. My grandmother died within 2 weeks of her booster. I know no one who died from covid or the flu over the past few years. Vaccines have always been dangerous.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's just sick. My mom about lost her mind when I was vax injured. She feels so guilty for not pushing harder on the doctor or knowing that we probably could have fought my college and still gotten my scholarship. It wasn't her fault at all because she asked the doc multiple times for info and he provided her those crap pamphlets even when she asked for more. He got annoyed and my college said it was required for my scholarship so she gave in. I this was back in the 90s.

I can't imagine women who have the internet for research and even knowledge and still push vaccines on their kids. Just sick.

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GlamourSpork 3 points ago +3 / -0

I changed vets because the vet I had been going to required vaccines for my kitten to be neutered. The new vet didn't ask, didn't pressure, actually talked to me about my other cats and treated one for something I was told had no treatment (misdiagnosed) and had been amazing. It might be worth calling around and finding one who doesn't push the garbage.

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GlamourSpork 3 points ago +3 / -0

Tetanus is a bacteria so even that goes against their narrative. It's insane what they get away with.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, none of them work they way they say. All are inherently dangerous. Unfortunately, the pharma companies have enough money to pressure anyone saying otherwise.

I was vax injured by 'traditional' vaccines when I was 17. I'm still dealing with the fallout over 20 years later. The doctor who gave them to me refused to continue treating me after my mom threw a fit. My mom ended up with tinnitus after a tetanus shot they scared her into getting. She had been refusing it but they said if she got tetanus and had refused it, they would refuse to treat her. I don't think they could have but docs and nurses say all kinds of things to prevent you from going against 'science.'

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GlamourSpork 4 points ago +4 / -0

The CEO of the company I'm stuck working for is black and he 'retired' despite not having talked about it before. I'm sure some others might be that, but but I think they are running from being blamed for bad corporate finances when it's just the economy. Especially since they can't blame the economy.

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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +2 / -0

When I was a teen back in the 90s, I was required to take a handful of vaccines for my college scholarship (had to live on campus). My mom never trusted doctors and I remember her asking the doctor if there were any side effects to the vaccines. He gave her some bullshit brochure saying they were amazing. She insisted there must be something more detailed. He said no, she will be fine. I wasn't. I nearly died. She asked him again and got crazy insistent. He gave her the inserts and then marked in the scheduling system that we were no longer to be seen there. She was so livid but there was nothing we could do.

I still live with the consequences but she and I will never take a vaccine and we do not vaccinate our cats. Vaccines do not work as they say and can certainly do more harm than good.

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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +2 / -0

I remember way back when I was a kid they sent people to fingerprint us sometime back in the 80s. I refused because I associated fingerprinting with criminals. I threw a fit saying I wasn't a criminal and they just could not convince me to do it. They called my mom because I threatened to bite them if they came near me (I was a brat when I made up my mind over something). She got pissed and left work to come talk to them (she was not mad at me). They were doing this without her permission and I will never forget what she said to them - 'you just want to be able to identify her dead body when you fail at keeping her safe.' I realized that that was actually what it was about and I know where I got my distrust of authority from.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm vaccine injured from vaccines I was forced to take back in the 90s. I do not talk about it in person because people accuse me of being crazy, paranoid, hypochondriac, etc. I don't think many are willing to talk about it in person because of the backlash you get. I learned a long time ago to just keep my mouth shut around coworkers and I don't have friends other than my mom and boyfriend and some woo woo friends I meet with on zoom who are open minded.

I do hear about headaches and heart problems at work but they all swear it's not the covid vax. My manager spend 6 hours in the ER with his wife over heart issues less than a week after her booster but it can't be that.

So who knows. I think all vaccines are dangerous, but people should be allowed to make their own medical decisions. I had to file a religious exemption and get 'approval' from my manager to avoid the covid and flu vaccines. My medical exemption from a doctor was rejected, but the religious one was accepted. Again, people judge and say it's not 'science' based even with decades of documentation so there is no way I'm going to talk to anyone about my medical issues.

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GlamourSpork 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yep. I'm terrified my ex (also stalker - last pulled something 4 years ago when we'd been broken up 8 years) would get it in his head and call about me. When we were together he used to threaten to 5150 me if I didn't do everything he said. He would easily use this if he knew where to find me and if my state allowed it.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

A coworker gave me a kitten (I had 3 other cats at the time) and I called my fancy vet to schedule a neuter. The receptionist insisted that he had to be vaxxed for the neuter. I was polite but clearly frustrated and ended up telling her I would take him to another vet. She finally relented and then said that it's not expensive. They are an extremely expensive vet 45 mins away from me (without traffic), if cost was an issue I wouldn't be going there. The vet later called me and said he'd make an exception.

I had my little boy neutered and have never gone back. I found a vet 5 minutes away when a stray showed up and needed neutering. She gave me no trouble. Didn't ask about vaccines, didn't force me to mask and didn't wear one herself while doing the exam, and even asked me about my other four cats. She now has my 5 cats as patients because she made sense and didn't argue with me and was willing to discuss things rather than demand.

She had me bring my barfer in and actually diagnosed her with something treatable, prescibed a med. She even went line by line over the bloodwork when I asked and not with annoyance. The cat who threw up multiple times a day is now down to once or twice a week. My expensive vet said there was nothing to be done after xrays and refused to do bloodwork on her. (Either inflammatory bowel disease or a slow moving intestinal cancer - both are treated the same, at least at first and she said the biopsy is painful so let's not do that since the treatments start the same).

If a vet ever pushes vaccines on my pets, I know they are crap after that experience. My vet that I loved told me never to vaccinate, but I had to move and could no longer see her.

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GlamourSpork 5 points ago +5 / -0

There are tons of unreported injuries and deaths for the other vaccines as well. Doctors refuse to report them because they have been told they are safe. I know my injuries were not reported. My doctor even marked me and my family as 'do not schedule' so we had to find another doctor when I was a teen. My mom pushed him too hard on the vax reactions I had and he refused to deal with us any longer. It was how we found our about VAERS but we weren't allowed to report anything (late 90s). I'm sure I'm not the only one.

The one good thing to come out of the covid vax debacle is that people are starting to question all vaccines, now, and not just the covid ones. They got their death and cancer rates up, but there will be a subset of people who will fight all vaccines, now. I know there were some before but it seems like seeing all this play out, more and more are thinking it through.

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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +2 / -0

My grandmother died a week or so after her booster. She was already in hospice but each shot made her worse. My mom refused to sign any of the vaccination paperwork right from the get-go. My uncle was all on board and he had her power of attorney and probably all the rest of the legal bits as well.

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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stopping birth control pills for any length of time will change the cycle for a period of time, as well. I doctors do not usually explain that to women, either.

Theu are terribly unhealthy, but pushed crazy hard.

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GlamourSpork 4 points ago +4 / -0

I bought the horse paste and my mom orders drugs from IndiaMart. The FDA shouldn't exist. We should be allowed whatever drugs we want. I get the average tard will do something stupid but whatever.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep, during flu season. They can scream variant and start killing people in the hospitals again. A lot of hospitals are struggling. They need more gov gibs,too.

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GlamourSpork 19 points ago +19 / -0

They would have pulled this shit with me for sure. I had 'boy' interests and dressed like one because I was always wandering in the woods getting dirty. I didn't have friends often but when I did they were guys.

What they are doing to children now is disgusting. I was never a boy and the only time I wanted to be one was because I thought my dad would like me more. It never made me a male and I am perfectly happy as an adult female. I studied math and computers despite it being labeled as for men. My job is male dominated but I don't care. I don't need to be the opposite sex.

What they are doing is child abuse plain and simple.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't have kids. I'm too old to have them. I chose not to for many reasons. I would never tell someone to have or not have them. That is an individual choice.

But holy crap. If I did have kids they would not being attending public schools. They would not be indoctrinated into the gay culture. This is all insanity. I whined at my mom when I was in school that I would be better off in private school. I bet not even those are safe anymore. They would have forced me on hormones because I didn't follow their rules. They would have corrupted and hurt me. I can't even imagine being a child now. I do all I can to support my neice and nephew but I know where they live and what their parents are influenced by and I feel so sad.

I'm sorry that us gen-xers couldn't do anything. Most of my friends are dead. A lot of us chose not to have kids for one reason or another. I'm sorry my generation let the next down.

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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +2 / -0

I canceled a very long time ago. Maybe 2008? It was one of the first times they raised their prices and lot. They sent out an insulting email that said soemthing along the line of 'just don't get a Starbuck's coffee' and you can afford it.

I was very poor at the time and was living off rice, beans, and potatoes and my Netflix sub was the only thing I had as subscription entertainment. It was already a splurge for me and sure I would have paid the hike (this was back when you could still rent physical media).

I was not going to put up with snotty, rude emails. I am glad I canceled them well before the woke crap started.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

My boyfriend was I was for pancreatitis during the height of the panic. They had him drugged to the gills and st one point he texted me that the nurse just shoved something up his nose. Turns out it was a 'flu' test. They never said covid. She told him it was required and he would have fought if he hadn't been drugged up. They can get your 'consent' a few ways.

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GlamourSpork 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was diagnosed with it a couple decades ago. Turns out my thyroid is barely functional die to Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Once I started taking dessicated thyroid and got my hormones up to normal, the chronic fatigue sysmptoms went away.

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GlamourSpork 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just checked it its 35 counts per minute in that room (I have some radioactive stuff in there but nothing crazy) and my counter does alpha, beta, and gamma. Nothing over background at the litterboxes, but they aren't clay - worlds best is wheat I think.

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GlamourSpork 3 points ago +3 / -0

I love my Geiger counters. It's wild to see how radioactive different things are and we have much lower background out here than other places I've lived. I have a hunk of uranium and quite a decent collection of other radioactive items.

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