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Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:24pm
I'm still waiting for the web-slinging ability that Pfizer is supposed to provide, but I guess it takes a couple weeks.
I look forward to smashing you, puny webman.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:28pm
Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:24pm
I'm still waiting for the web-slinging ability that Pfizer is supposed to provide, but I guess it takes a couple weeks.
I look forward to smashing you, puny webman.
If you can catch me, Greenie. :mrgreen:
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:16pm
Literally the mildest needle I've ever received. If I didn't know I was getting it, I wouldn't have been aware. Now I wait until dark to turn into the Hulk.
Congratulations Doc & welcome to the club! How many days until your 2nd shot?

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Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:39pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:16pm
Literally the mildest needle I've ever received. If I didn't know I was getting it, I wouldn't have been aware. Now I wait until dark to turn into the Hulk.
Congratulations Doc & welcome to the club! How many days until your 2nd shot?
They've awarded me 17 September for the second one, tho they said it could change. So that's, what, four and a half months?
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:28pm
Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:24pm
I'm still waiting for the web-slinging ability that Pfizer is supposed to provide, but I guess it takes a couple weeks.
I look forward to smashing you, puny webman.
If you can catch me, Greenie. :mrgreen:
Stupid webman, Hulk fast!
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:39pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:16pm
Literally the mildest needle I've ever received. If I didn't know I was getting it, I wouldn't have been aware. Now I wait until dark to turn into the Hulk.
Congratulations Doc & welcome to the club! How many days until your 2nd shot?
They've awarded me 17 September for the second one, tho they said it could change. So that's, what, four and a half months?
Wow, 4 months huh? I wonder why the AstraZeneca has such a long wait between doses?

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Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:02pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:39pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:16pm
Literally the mildest needle I've ever received. If I didn't know I was getting it, I wouldn't have been aware. Now I wait until dark to turn into the Hulk.
Congratulations Doc & welcome to the club! How many days until your 2nd shot?
They've awarded me 17 September for the second one, tho they said it could change. So that's, what, four and a half months?
Wow, 4 months huh? I wonder why the AstraZeneca has such a long wait between doses?
I suspect it's more the flaming car wreck of Ontario's vaccination program. I'm far from a nationalist or proud of my country by any stretch, but it's fucking embarrassing that a nation with universal health coverage is being seriously lapped by the US when it comes to vaccination. Elect a clown as premier, expect to live in the circus.
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm
Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:28pm
Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:24pm
I'm still waiting for the web-slinging ability that Pfizer is supposed to provide, but I guess it takes a couple weeks.
I look forward to smashing you, puny webman.
If you can catch me, Greenie. :mrgreen:
Stupid webman, Hulk fast!
Not as fast as your friendly neighborhood Pfizerman!
Jackrabbits. I love them…big ears and big back feet. Jackrabbits man…they’re happenin’. – Mick Jones

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:06pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:02pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:39pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:16pm
Literally the mildest needle I've ever received. If I didn't know I was getting it, I wouldn't have been aware. Now I wait until dark to turn into the Hulk.
Congratulations Doc & welcome to the club! How many days until your 2nd shot?
They've awarded me 17 September for the second one, tho they said it could change. So that's, what, four and a half months?
Wow, 4 months huh? I wonder why the AstraZeneca has such a long wait between doses?
I suspect it's more the flaming car wreck of Ontario's vaccination program. I'm far from a nationalist or proud of my country by any stretch, but it's fucking embarrassing that a nation with universal health coverage is being seriously lapped by the US when it comes to vaccination. Elect a clown as premier, expect to live in the circus.
I Googled it, appears AstraZeneca may have a higher effectiveness after the first dosage at 76%. Down south here, we're mainly getting the Pfizer & Moderna, with J&J starting to reappear.

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Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:08pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm
Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:28pm
Kimmelweck wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:24pm
I'm still waiting for the web-slinging ability that Pfizer is supposed to provide, but I guess it takes a couple weeks.
I look forward to smashing you, puny webman.
If you can catch me, Greenie. :mrgreen:
Stupid webman, Hulk fast!
Not as fast as your friendly neighborhood Pfizerman!
ARGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:06pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:02pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:39pm


Congratulations Doc & welcome to the club! How many days until your 2nd shot?
They've awarded me 17 September for the second one, tho they said it could change. So that's, what, four and a half months?
Wow, 4 months huh? I wonder why the AstraZeneca has such a long wait between doses?
I suspect it's more the flaming car wreck of Ontario's vaccination program. I'm far from a nationalist or proud of my country by any stretch, but it's fucking embarrassing that a nation with universal health coverage is being seriously lapped by the US when it comes to vaccination. Elect a clown as premier, expect to live in the circus.
I Googled it, appears AstraZeneca may have a higher effectiveness after the first dosage at 76%. Down south here, we're mainly getting the Pfizer & Moderna, with J&J starting to reappear.
What I read is that we're 75% immune for contracting it on the first dose, and 100% immune for a fatal experience if we do. And the immediate side effects are much less ugly. The Boss's arm where she got the needle is itchy, but I've got nothing thus far.
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:37pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:06pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:02pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 2:57pm


They've awarded me 17 September for the second one, tho they said it could change. So that's, what, four and a half months?
Wow, 4 months huh? I wonder why the AstraZeneca has such a long wait between doses?
I suspect it's more the flaming car wreck of Ontario's vaccination program. I'm far from a nationalist or proud of my country by any stretch, but it's fucking embarrassing that a nation with universal health coverage is being seriously lapped by the US when it comes to vaccination. Elect a clown as premier, expect to live in the circus.
I Googled it, appears AstraZeneca may have a higher effectiveness after the first dosage at 76%. Down south here, we're mainly getting the Pfizer & Moderna, with J&J starting to reappear.
What I read is that we're 75% immune for contracting it on the first dose, and 100% immune for a fatal experience if we do. And the immediate side effects are much less ugly. The Boss's arm where she got the needle is itchy, but I've got nothing thus far.
Ok you're showing up on the map now. Do you have a desire to abandon your Apple ways yet?

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revbob wrote:
06 May 2021, 6:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:37pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:06pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:02pm


Wow, 4 months huh? I wonder why the AstraZeneca has such a long wait between doses?
I suspect it's more the flaming car wreck of Ontario's vaccination program. I'm far from a nationalist or proud of my country by any stretch, but it's fucking embarrassing that a nation with universal health coverage is being seriously lapped by the US when it comes to vaccination. Elect a clown as premier, expect to live in the circus.
I Googled it, appears AstraZeneca may have a higher effectiveness after the first dosage at 76%. Down south here, we're mainly getting the Pfizer & Moderna, with J&J starting to reappear.
What I read is that we're 75% immune for contracting it on the first dose, and 100% immune for a fatal experience if we do. And the immediate side effects are much less ugly. The Boss's arm where she got the needle is itchy, but I've got nothing thus far.
Ok you're showing up on the map now. Do you have a desire to abandon your Apple ways yet?
Nope. I guess the Jobs vaccine I got back in '98 is still too dominant. Still, if someone gave me a Surface, I'd accept it, so maybe there's something going on.
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 6:18pm
revbob wrote:
06 May 2021, 6:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:37pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:06pm


I suspect it's more the flaming car wreck of Ontario's vaccination program. I'm far from a nationalist or proud of my country by any stretch, but it's fucking embarrassing that a nation with universal health coverage is being seriously lapped by the US when it comes to vaccination. Elect a clown as premier, expect to live in the circus.
I Googled it, appears AstraZeneca may have a higher effectiveness after the first dosage at 76%. Down south here, we're mainly getting the Pfizer & Moderna, with J&J starting to reappear.
What I read is that we're 75% immune for contracting it on the first dose, and 100% immune for a fatal experience if we do. And the immediate side effects are much less ugly. The Boss's arm where she got the needle is itchy, but I've got nothing thus far.
Ok you're showing up on the map now. Do you have a desire to abandon your Apple ways yet?
Nope. I guess the Jobs vaccine I got back in '98 is still too dominant. Still, if someone gave me a Surface, I'd accept it, so maybe there's something going on.
The second dose is the clincher.

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revbob wrote:
06 May 2021, 6:22pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 6:18pm
revbob wrote:
06 May 2021, 6:12pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:37pm
Sparky wrote:
06 May 2021, 3:12pm

I Googled it, appears AstraZeneca may have a higher effectiveness after the first dosage at 76%. Down south here, we're mainly getting the Pfizer & Moderna, with J&J starting to reappear.
What I read is that we're 75% immune for contracting it on the first dose, and 100% immune for a fatal experience if we do. And the immediate side effects are much less ugly. The Boss's arm where she got the needle is itchy, but I've got nothing thus far.
Ok you're showing up on the map now. Do you have a desire to abandon your Apple ways yet?
Nope. I guess the Jobs vaccine I got back in '98 is still too dominant. Still, if someone gave me a Surface, I'd accept it, so maybe there's something going on.
The second dose is the clincher.
So I'm going to start seeing Clippy whenever I need advice?
Back off, or I'll blow the roof off—with sound!

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