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    Quote Originally Posted by mschrisgo2 View Post
    I wonder what Karma will land, as payback as it were, for this type of nasty comment, and passive aggressive self-righteousness?
    I'm already being punished with endless mask mandates though I live in the state with the second best covid statistics in the country after Vermont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    I'm already being punished with endless mask mandates though I live in the state with the second best covid statistics in the country after Vermont.
    So ****ing move already. Your sad sack whining is pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1 View Post
    So ****ing move already. Your sad sack whining is pathetic.
    I will move when family circumstances permit and when the housing market returns to normal. There's no point in selling my house and then I can't find a new one to live in because I keep getting outbid. And a purchase based on the contingency of my house selling (rather than a cash offer)? Not gonna happen in my market.

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    Paint a stripe down my back and call me “dun”. pun intended

    For the non horse people the horse coloring dun comes from the buckskin, they have a distinct stripe down their back , along with other characteristics.
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    I felt pretty lousy for a day and a half starting 24 hours after my booster. Headache, chills, fatigue. It took me by surprise because I had almost no reaction to my first two Pfizer shots outside of a sore arm.

    No regrets. Although I live in a highly vaccinated area I continue to be careful -- masking and avoiding crowded places. Being cautious has served me well so far. My personal belief is that we'll be well into 2022 before we are back to anything like a pre-covid "normal."

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldhat View Post
    I felt pretty lousy for a day and a half starting 24 hours after my booster. Headache, chills, fatigue. It took me by surprise because I had almost no reaction to my first two Pfizer shots outside of a sore arm.

    No regrets. Although I live in a highly vaccinated area I continue to be careful -- masking and avoiding crowded places. Being cautious has served me well so far. My personal belief is that we'll be well into 2022 before we are back to anything like a pre-covid "normal."
    hunh. I had my booster (3rd shot) yesterday at noon. Still feeling fine and I thought I was out of the danger zone for a reaction.

    I also had no reactions to the first 2 shots.

    I also continue to stay away from groups of humans indoors whenever possible. I have a 3 day indoor event coming up this week, so wanted this booster before entering that fray.

    I see that Colin Powell died this morning from Covid. He was vaccinated. He was 84. Boy this virus hates old people and fat people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I see that Colin Powell died this morning from Covid. He was vaccinated. He was 84. Boy this virus hates old people and fat people.
    I didn't know until your post - I always like him. So sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post

    Boy this virus hates old people and fat people.
    Also males and blacks are disproportionately affected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post

    I see that Colin Powell died this morning from Covid. He was vaccinated. He was 84. Boy this virus hates old people and fat people.
    I believe he was also dealing with some sort of cancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I see that Colin Powell died this morning from Covid. He was vaccinated. He was 84. Boy this virus hates old people and fat people.
    I spent two days with him in the late 90's on an executive protection detail, after his military career but before becoming Secretary of State. He was such a regular guy and I'm surprised at how deeply I felt when hearing the news this morning. My favorite memory is when I first met him and drove him from the airport to his hotel, I hit a curb making a left hand turn and he said "Drive much?". I responded, "Sorry sir, I was an Air Force E-4 and those stars of yours make me nervous", he replied "No problem Sergeant, I get that a lot. My name's Colin, what's yours?"

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