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    Quote Originally Posted by dcsipo View Post
    According to the CDC, I can now go maskless. Probably won't so I can avoid being harassed. My last Moderna was 2 weeks ago Thursday. After the second dose I had one sleepless night with head and muscle aches, The next day they all pretty much went away, since then I felt normal. Ok as normal as I normally can be normal. I hope the info helps some people.

    On the flip side, I have an uncle, 82, intubated with COVIDon a ventilator in a small town in Hungary. He is getting blood thinners. Got unstoppable nose bleeds from it. They are trying to manage his circulation and breathing. Chances are he is not going to make it. He is my last living uncle, at this time, there is not much of a point to visit, he has not been awake for over a week. He refused to take the vaccine. I take one sleepless night and muscle pains.
    Sorry to hear about your uncle. Some do not understand that covid is taking people early. Just because someone is 82 does not mean they might have lived to 92 and would have had a satisfying extra ten years. Hope your uncle pulls through and still has some quality years.

    My wife was in hospice a few years ago with only a few months of life expected, she pulled through and has now more good days than bad. I have been buying the groceries for 20 years and but still drives the 15 miles to town to get odds and ends.

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    My wife and I both had the Moderna vaccinations. The day after her first shot she was cold and spent the day wrapped up in a blanket in spite of the sun warming our RV to over 80 degrees and her temp was normal. I had no reaction at all to the first one.

    Second dose she was fine but next day I was very tired and had a chill too in spite of my temp being normal.

    Much relieved to have them though and it was well worth the slight discomfort to get the vaccinations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    You know how the old uns keep quiet about their age for a while and then suddenly you get the" if you knew how old I am you'd show a bit of respect" well he's well into the second one.
    I remember when you could buy 20 fags,go to the flicks,have a fish and chip supper and still have change out of a sixpence is one of his favourite stories.
    Sixpence? When I was a lad there wasn't that much money in the whole world!

    Had my second Pfizer shot three weeks ago, very slick, didn't feel a thing. Sore arm for one night (compared with two nights the first time) and no problems since.

    George B.

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    [QUOTE=Georgineer;3756929]Sixpence? When I was a lad there wasn't that much money in the whole world!

    George, those are the kind of stories that I am talking about. You and the old (very)man should get together and reminisce about your youth.
    You will have to talk loudly to him,one so he will hear you, and two to keep him awake.

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    From the Guardian this morning

    Delay in giving second jabs of Pfizer vaccine improves immunity | Immunology | The Guardian

    The headline

    Delay in giving second jabs of Pfizer vaccine improves immunity

    Study finds antibodies against Sars-CoV-2 three-and-a-half times higher in people vaccinated again after 12 weeks rather than three

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    But did you get your free fries tho mate

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    I think they are chips in the UK not fries.

    Also heard that if you get one of each of the Pfyzer and Moderna the the immune response is a little higher.

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    Good to hear from other people being knocked around a little by the shots, thanks. I was feeling picked-on

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    I got the Pfizer and had a great time.

    Then I got their vaccine, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcsipo View Post
    let me guess, you do not like rich bitches.

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    I wouldn't go near that with yours, .n Bill can have one off the wrist.”

    I never thought you were that discriminating after all she may even likely be a Republican.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredC View Post
    I think they are chips in the UK not fries.
    In the UK chips are normally big n fat, fish an chips for example. From a burger place etc they are normally skinny and get called fries.

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    There is a good reason for that ...the fries are scientifically designed so that a parcooked potato string can be fully heated thru and browned in a ten seconds in hot fat...whereas your trad fish'N'chips takes forever to cook ,and severely limits profit margins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trueturning View Post
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    I wouldn't go near that with yours, .n Bill can have one off the wrist.”

    I never thought you were that discriminating after all she may even likely be a Republican.
    This may come as susprise to you, but not all of us live by your motto of ''If ya can't f'k it - fight it''

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    [QUOTE=camscan;3756972]
    Quote Originally Posted by Georgineer View Post
    Sixpence? When I was a lad there wasn't that much money in the whole world!

    George, those are the kind of stories that I am talking about. You and the old (very)man should get together and reminisce about your youth.
    You will have to talk loudly to him,one so he will hear you, and two to keep him awake.
    Eh? Oh yes... Sorry I've been so long replying but I nodded off in my armchair.

    George B.

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    [QUOTE=Georgineer;3757413]
    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post

    Eh? Oh yes... Sorry I've been so long replying but I nodded off in my armchair.

    George B.
    OK George,I will be on hand to prod whichever one falls asleep first.

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    Got my second shot yesterday. Nothing. Arm doesn't even hurt.

    Raise your hand if you got both shots!
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    Two of my secretaries (mother and daughter) just got their second jab. The mother said she was dead tired the next day with some soreness on the injection site. The day after she was fine. Daughter that is sick more often than not had not reaction at all. Go figure.
    Couple of weeks we will be going mask free while in the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    This may come as susprise to you, but not all of us live by your motto of ''If ya can't f'k it - fight it''
    Not mine. It does fit your outlook frequently. Joking aside.

    American women - that is where the motto comes from it actually proves that someone can do both.

    And repeat and repeat.

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    All myself and Mrs Shoelaces had was a sore shoulder the next day in the injection site. That was after both Pfizer jabs. Other than that, nothing to report.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    I had a sore shoulder after the first Pfizer.
    But it was the other shoulder.


    I've only had 1 so far so maybe I'm not allowed on this thread yet, but I couldn't resist the shoulder joke.
    Which is true, I swear!


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