Roll Up Your Sleeves!

 

You guys…

I still think anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers should be last in line for the Trump-Virus vaccines, but they can jump the line for the morgue. Deal?

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21 Responses to Roll Up Your Sleeves!

  1. ali redford says:

    Awesome. I am so grateful to learn this that I have no words for my dimension of gratitude. This is the sort of thing for which we the people pay taxes.

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  2. sos says:

    “Sleeve?” I don’t understand. I typically use the back of a chair.

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  3. spotthedog says:

    I’m confused, does this prez even know how to golf?!?!

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  4. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    I’m ready for my Fauci ouchie.

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    • MDavis says:

      Cute.
      Good luck with your mean vaccine.

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      • purplehead says:

        I’ve already had one fab jab. Next week I go for broke for the second poke.

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      • sos says:

        Cool purplehead! Please report back with the 2nd jab side-effects. I’ve heard it’s similar to the 2nd shingles vaccination. Woof.

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      • purplehead says:

        sos – My first Shingrix (shingles) vac jab had horrible side-effects. Laid me low for more than 30 hours with fever, muscle pain all over, headache, chills. It was like the flu. My left arm, where I got the shot, hurt so badly I couldn’t even raise it two inches, starting less than hour after I got poked. Ugh. I almost didn’t get the second shot, that so spooked me. I spoke with the pharmacist (at Costco). She had had the same reactions, but hers lasted for THREE DAYS. But she said, don’t let that stop you from getting the second shot. Just plan things out. Her mistake with the first one was that she got it on a Tuesday, and had to take three days off work. So she got her second one on a Friday. I had NO side-effects after that second shot. So, ya just don’t know.

        My first anti COVID-19 vac was completely without side-effects. Huzzah! Whew. Now, I’ve been reading that the second shot is the one that is more likely to give people reactions such as those from the shingles vac. But, you know, I can deal. It’s so worth it. I’m just relieved we have those vaccines available so quickly. Less than a year??? That is unprecedented.

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    • sos says:

      purplehead, my 1st Zoster shingles vaccine was fine. The 2nd one laid me frickin’ low for 24 hours. At the time I thought it could have been due to getting the flu shot at the same time. A good friend just had her 2nd and she was sick for 2 days.

      Agreed, COVID vaccine don’t matter, I’ll get it as soon as I can and count the hours until the 2nd.

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      • purplehead says:

        Yep, I’m counting the days (seven) until the second shot. A week from right RIGHT NOW to the minute. And, then I’ll count the weeks (two or three they say) to let it work. And then…I’ll celebrate with take-out Thai dinner! It’s been so long since anyone cooked for me, and I am getting so tired of the same old glop.

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      • sos says:

        Hmmm, an idea. We should trade glop! Still glop, but not the same old glop!

        Get yer new glop! Most def not same as the old glop! Get yer glop, red-hot glop! (or ice-cold glop, depending).

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  5. Meremark says:

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    Please PTB let the irony be Rash Lamebrain gets covid.

    Whenever I use the word ‘irony’ I mean it in my most snarky. Snarkiest. Viciously

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    • tengrain says:

      Meremark –

      The junkie Limbaugh has one foot in the grave and the other foot on a banana peel. He doesn’t need the Trump-Virus, he needs a viagra-related demise.

      Let the comedy begin!

      Rgds,

      TG

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  6. Sirius Lunacy says:

    About two months ago I told my doctor that I worked at the airport and that I was the care giver for my 95 year old mother and that I would like to get the vaccine as soon as possible. He said he’d see what he could do. I left it at that and expected it would still be a good while till I was able to get the vaccine. In the meantime I’ve been calling and going to all sorts of websites trying to get my mother an appointment with no luck. Saturday I got a call telling me I was on the list for a vaccine. I suspected it was a scam, but it turned out to be real. Tuesday morning I got my first jab and am scheduled for the second one early next month. My mother just turned 96 on Sunday, I still can’t get her in.

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    • purplehead says:

      Cripes. You still can’t get your mom vaccinated? That is so wrong. Can’t your doctor step in to help? It took practically a week of all-nighters to finally eke out an appointment for my first shot. It was hellishly stressful.

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