Burning Bush comments

Posted in: Florida governor threatens cities with fines for vaccine mandates See in context

By this same argument you couldn’t fire someone for taking crack or refusing to wear clothes.

You can require a worker to wear clothes while on duty.

However, when the worker is off duty they are free undress in their home.

Since a vaccine can't be removed from the body, you're forcing the worker to adhere to company policy 24/7 for the rest of their lives.

Sorry, but employer authority has a limit, they don't have control and ownership of the worker's body.

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Posted in: Florida governor threatens cities with fines for vaccine mandates See in context

by allowing potential disease carriers

A nurse, (or any other person for that matter) who is healthy, unvaccinated and uninfected is not dangerous to you or anybody else.

By assuming people are infected when they're not you're being prejudiced and essentially engaging in profiling.

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Posted in: Florida governor threatens cities with fines for vaccine mandates See in context

“We are not going to let people be fired because of a vaccine mandate," DeSantis said

The Dems are so far off base it’s up to Republicans to protect worker’s rights.

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Posted in: Merkel: Integrating Balkans into EU is strategic for both See in context

If Kosovo can leave Serbia, why can’t Crimea leave Ukraine?

Most of the world’s population, India, Brazil and even EU countries like Spain don’t recognize Kosovo.

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Posted in: Florida governor threatens cities with fines for vaccine mandates See in context

A hospital in New York had to cancel operations because of mass resignations of nurses who refused to comply with vaccine mandates.

De Santis is actually helping workers because the mandates force them to quit.

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Posted in: School starts for 1 million New York City kids amid new vaccine rules See in context

Mandates on workers that apply outside their duty hours are an intrusion on worker’s rights.

You can mandate a tie, but they worker can remove it when their off duty.

Since a vaccine can be removed, the worker is being forced into on duty compliance for the rest of their lives.

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Posted in: UK gov't ditches plans for vaccine passports at crowded venues in England See in context

A sensible move, Denmark has already banned these internal passports altogether, and other countries are following suit.

What they found was that when there's a group of 5 friends, usually around 2 will be unvaccinated. Since they still want to hang out together as buddies, the restrictions end up affecting all of them, and they shun places where passports are required.

This is especially the case for families. If just 1 member is unvaccinated, the entire family shuns the venue that requires a passport because they want to eat together and be together.

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Posted in: Japan unable to link deaths to withdrawn batches of Moderna vaccine See in context

Their shots came from uncontaminated vials that were produced on the same line.

How can you confirm that?

It's possible that either the contamination was too small to have been noticed by the human eye or that the lots didn't even undergo proper visual inspection in the first place.

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Posted in: Denmark becomes only European country with no COVID restrictions See in context

Yep with over 70% of the population vaccinated. Did you miss that one ?

Nope, I read it as close to 30% unvaccinated and no restrictions in place.

No QR codes, no segregated seating, no mandates, no calling each other names.

Danes treating each other with respect as brethren.

Well done Denmark. Other countries will follow, the countries that don't are following a dark path.

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Posted in: Biden's war on virus becomes war on unvaccinated See in context

Leadership means dialog and compromise.

America needs to embrace diversity, accept equality and eradicate discrimination.

Treat all Americans equally.

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Posted in: Denmark becomes only European country with no COVID restrictions See in context

Well done Denmark.

A beacon of light for the rest of the world to follow.

All citizens being treated fairly with equal access to public spaces and services.

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Posted in: Facebook and Ray-Ban debut 'smart' shades See in context

Perverts will love these.

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Posted in: Sydney floats pub promise to boost double-dose vaccination rate See in context

How's it going to end? Pray, tell

1984.

Repeat after me Winston

"Freedom equals Lockdown"

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Posted in: Statue of Robert E Lee comes down in Virginia capital See in context

The Washington monument is the next logical choice.

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Posted in: WHO chief urges halt to booster shots for rest of the year See in context

The supply shortage is contrived. One truckload of vaccines could supply a whole country.

It's all a marketing technique to make it seem like you're lucky and special to get one.

Just like a "limited edition" t-shirt.

Get it while supplies last.

No thanks, I'll pass.

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Posted in: Japan considering vaccine passports for commercial activities See in context

With such passports, they would walk around freely and spread the virus to those who have not been fully vaccinated.

And each other.

A fully vaccinated person can still infect another fully vaccinated person and send them to the hospital.

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Posted in: Japan orders 150 million doses of Novavax COVID vaccine See in context

You cannot unvaccinate a vaccinated person. Over time the number of unvaccinated people can only decrease...

True, but once the definition of "fully vaccinated" becomes 3 shots the number of people not fully vaccinated will increase.

As boosters keep getting added, the ratio of non-fully vaccinated people will keep going up as more and more will simply get tired of trying to keep up.

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Posted in: Man dies in Japan after receiving dose of recalled Moderna vaccine See in context

 it is not expected that injection of the particles identified in these lots in Japan would result in increased medical risk."

The experts have spoken.

Injected metal is harmless and safe.

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Posted in: Tokyo coronavirus cases fall to 968; nationwide tally 8,234 See in context

Have they changed the cycle count on the PCR?

The recommended cycle count that the labs are using should be posted.

If it's changing, we're not getting a steady reading.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

It's widely used by health authorities in India.

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Posted in: Florida grapples with COVID-19's deadliest phase yet See in context

I would be in favor of these people having to sign a waiver.

My grade 4 teacher told me I don't have to sign anything if I don't want to.

I ain't gonna sign anything.

If you want to create a two-tiered medical system that only includes the privileged and excludes others go ahead.

I'd be more than happy to see the end of socialized universal medicine.

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Posted in: Florida grapples with COVID-19's deadliest phase yet See in context

There are never 100% guarantees on anything.

Correct.

However my commitment to my family, community and society is 100%.

Thus I will refrain from taking Pfizer's product which can not guarantee 100% safety.

Granted I lose access to pubs, night clubs and rock concerts, but my taxes will be paid and my family will be fed.

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Posted in: Florida grapples with COVID-19's deadliest phase yet See in context

they will ultimately pay the ultimate price .

When?

I'm still alive and well. I've managed to survive the first 5 waves just fine.

I'll put my faith in God, good nutrition, breathing fresh air, plenty of sunshine, regular exercise and mindful attention to my health.

I won't put my faith into Pfizer's products.

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Posted in: Florida grapples with COVID-19's deadliest phase yet See in context

No side effects from having the covid vaccine.

Thanks for the anecdote.

Can you provide a 100% guarantee that I won't end up burdening my family and the medical system with a side effect if I take Pfizer's product?

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Posted in: Florida grapples with COVID-19's deadliest phase yet See in context

Thank you all for your opinions.

However it's selfish for me to take the vaccine just so I could get a few gift cards and access to bars, concerts and sports venues.

That would be nice, but I have a duty to my loved ones, community and society as a whole.

I can not risk burdening them with a debilitating side effect just so I can get a pass to enter a bar or night club.

My obligations to society come first so my personal decision is to not risk any side effects.

-13 ( +1 / -14 )

Posted in: Florida grapples with COVID-19's deadliest phase yet See in context

Please, people, try to understand the dangers of not being vaccinated

What about the dangers of vaccine side effects.

I have a responsibility to my family, to my work, to my community and even to pay taxes.

If I suffer a serious side effect, I become a burden to my family, community and the medical system.

And instead of paying taxes, I'll become a drain on the system.

My decision is not to become a burden on society so I wish to avoid the risk of vaccine side effects.

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Posted in: Thousands protest for social justice, inclusion in Germany See in context

The alliance of groups, called Unteilbar (Indivisible)

The anti-division protestors are almost completely maskless.

Germans from all backgrounds and political affiliations are protesting against divisive "vaccine passports" and "mask mandates" that create a divided society.

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Posted in: UK's vaccine assessor opts against COVID jabs for children See in context

Do you even have kids? It is the worst experience possible to see your little one suffering while worrying they might not even make it.

That's the same reason have for not exposing their children to vaccines that have risks.

And according to the article, public health experts agree with them.

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Posted in: What can employers do if workers avoid COVID-19 vaccines? See in context

Some states like Montana have either banned employers from requiring vaccines or limited when they can issue such a mandate.

Iowa was an outcast when it banned segregation in 1868.

But in the end, they were right and other States eventually followed.

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Posted in: UK's vaccine assessor opts against COVID jabs for children See in context

With just two per million of healthy children needing intensive care treatment for COVID-19

2 per 1,000,000 is an infinitesimally small risk.

The risk of side effects from the injections is more serious.

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