r/clevercomebacks 8d ago

But I need a vaccine

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u/RiotSkunk2023 8d ago

People will write shit like this on their phones, while driving. On the highway.

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u/jonnybanana88 8d ago

In the left lane.

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u/OpeSorryDidntSeeYah 8d ago

Of oncoming traffic

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u/jetoler 8d ago

With a band of 70 year old bikers who all work at a children’s hospital innocently in their way

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u/Samsunaattori 8d ago

Smh of coutse they would be British

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u/God_Left_Me 8d ago

Unfortunately we do have some of those silly twats here too

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u/robdef49 8d ago

That made my day!!

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u/Wheres_my_whiskey 8d ago

Fuck covid. We need a stupid vaccine

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u/Creative_Walrus_9799 8d ago

Just like you taking your antidepressants and eating fast food while doing no actual work on yourself. 👍👍👍🔥

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u/bottomdasher 8d ago

Smoke detectors don't even prevent fires, they only tell you if you already have a fire.

Total scam.

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u/its_still_conner 8d ago

Only you can prevent forest fires

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u/BestFrenzy 8d ago

Step 1. Don’t own a forest.

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u/tkdjoe66 8d ago

Or live by one.

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u/kibaake 8d ago

Or have a gender reveal... Anywhere. If you do it, somewhere something will burn.

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u/CamocinenseCansado 8d ago

Or have a gender at all

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u/Spartan8907 8d ago

Nice try liberal agenda!

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u/Hiraganu 8d ago

You pressed "you", referring to me. That is incorrect. The correct answer is "you"!

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u/SunSaw 8d ago

I took that personally.

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u/Bulky_Consideration 8d ago

I know right!? Once the smoke detector starts beeping because the battery is low, I just unplug that shit. I ain’t playing your game Big Battery.

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u/Kallikantzari 8d ago

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u/IntelligentNoise8538 8d ago

Haha, I absolutely love the “people are just now waking up to the dangers of smoke detectors” yeah they wake up to the wailing of a smoke detector, to the DANGER of fire.. lmao

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u/dianpink 8d ago

a smoke detector is a warning system like a tornado warning system so one can get to safety. You need the one that days "the house is on fire. Get out the house moron.

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u/bangoskank_awaits 8d ago

I prefer an “everything’s ok” alarm that STOPS if things are on fire.

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u/captain_chocolate 8d ago

But I don't have a fire!!

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u/The_Outcast4 8d ago

Lisa, I want to buy your rock!

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u/CarolinaCamm 8d ago

Have you considered sprinklers?

Really, the problem is that the original comment is technically correct, even though they mixed up a vaccine and a cure. Most people do not need vaccines and when challenged with the idea of immuno-compromised people dying because of it, they will just tell you that survival of the fittest.

You have a question of ideologies in addition to poor education. Some people would rather strangers be put at risk than give up their perceived autonomy.

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u/reverendsteveii 8d ago

They don't even detect every fire. My baby cousin's half-sister's ex-boyfriend's uncle had a smoke detector and he got hit by a car!

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u/Nether_Portals 8d ago

Mine detects showers and hot soup

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u/BiaggioSklutas 8d ago

Same thing with the mask argument

"It can't protect me if I can breathe through it!"

5 minutes later...

"I can't breathe with this thing on!"

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u/grodj 8d ago

Lol I work with some folks like that. Love it

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u/Tomnnn 8d ago

I thought it was an intubation joke but I realize they are talking about the mask again

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u/Grumplogic 8d ago

Having a co-worker show up to work ill only to be sent home an hour later, and refuse to wear a mask because "it's too hot 😩" sure is annoying.

Fuck you Samantha!

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u/Tomnnn 8d ago

I lived most of my life thinking you just magically got sick when it was cold outside. I started remote work a little before the pandemic and I haven't been sick in years lol.

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u/happyclover5 8d ago

Also helps when you work in an office where most people don’t have kids at home — much less virus issues floating around.

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u/Gantz-man91 8d ago

I mean my fiance has athsma pretty badly. Wearing a mask is incredibly tasking for her poor lung capacity. Not saying masks don't help. But they definitely are not comfortable and can make things nearly unbearable for some people

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u/Gantz-man91 8d ago

I will say it's something that can be acclimated to after long periods of getting used to it but it's just not comfortable regardless

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u/Blam320 8d ago

I have bad asthma. She’s a drama Queen. Masks do NOT restrict your ability to breathe to that degree.

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u/ATN-Antronach 8d ago

Same, but I work at a hospital. Real bizarre to hear that shit from all over the place, from admin to the respiratory therapists. 🙃

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u/Parasocialist69420 8d ago

No shade at you, a lot of medical professionals are super smart obviously, but a lot aren’t. I have a LPN friend who “firewalked” on a propane firepit and stepped directly on the pipe the flames shot out of, then proceeded to ensure everybody he was okay because he was an EMT.

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u/Fredredphooey 8d ago

Except medical staff have reported that some covid patients in the hospital beg for the vaccine, thinking that it will cure them. I weep for our educational system.

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u/BiaggioSklutas 8d ago

I weep for our educational system.

Nail. Head. This.

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u/xSARGEx117x 8d ago

Hey now, be fair.

They didn't start screeching about "I can't breathe" until they couldn't deny masks are effective without sounding even crazier than usual.

Not that it stops a lot of them... Can't tell you how many old people I know who used to wear masks at church growing up who proudly make a big deal of NOT wearing them now

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u/ScowlEasy 8d ago

If you can’t breathe with a simple mask over your face, covid would absolutely murder you.

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u/zombarista 8d ago

Masks can’t block the virus because it’s too small (100 nm) to be stopped by the cloth! But it is also totally stopping adequate gas (O2, 0.120 nm; CO2, 0.232 nm) exchange!

Adequate oxygen to the brain was a problem for these folks far before the COVID-19 pandemic.

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u/mo2k1a2kkg 8d ago

“I don’t need to wear a seatbelt. I’m not currently experiencing a car crash.”

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u/OpeSorryDidntSeeYah 8d ago

Fact! In the last 10 years 100% of fatal car crashes involved a vehicle with seat belts. Coincidence? I don’t think so!

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u/BriEdMod 8d ago

99.99%. You know some guy modified their car to not have them.

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u/Important-Piano-1868 8d ago

It's actually not so rare, people will cut the seatbelt and just put the buckle in so the car doesn't beep when they drive without the seatbelt on.

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u/BriEdMod 8d ago

Anything to not wear a seatbelt 🫠

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u/jetoler 8d ago

Well jokes aside if you wear your seatbelt incorrectly it can actually be more dangerous than not wearing it at all.

The bottom part of your seatbelt is supposed to rest on your pelvis by your lower gut. That way the pelvis bones absorb the impact. If you wear it too high on your gut then your abdomen and organs take the impact, which is a good way to rupture your spleen.

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u/Spartan8907 8d ago

Hmm you're right. I never considered flying through the windshield might actually be more pleasant than what you said.

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u/jetoler 8d ago

Just wear your seatbelt correctly. It’s pretty easy. Most people already wear it properly without even noticing.

Also ruptured gut organs are bad but a ruptured brain is much worse (which is the likely thing that will happen if you fly through a windshield)

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u/AreWeCowabunga 8d ago

These are the same people who resisted seatbelts for decades after they became common.

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u/colorcorrection 8d ago

I remember knowing people in the mid-late 2000s, well after seat belts were the norm, that still insisted they'd never wear one because 'they're more dangerous than the car crash'.

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u/mutantmonkey14 8d ago

CRASH! "time to try the seatbelt..." click "nope! Absolutely useless just as we always knew! Time to share my proof on Fb"

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u/TheRnegade 8d ago

Interesting that you wrote this comment exactly the same as Heik.

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u/Dt_Sherlock_Idiot 8d ago edited 8d ago

Thank you, banned and reported to botdefense. I’ve also added you to the whitelist so your comments don’t get auto filtered when you link proof.

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u/Living_Discipline597 8d ago

That's funny as fuck hahaha 🤣😂😆

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u/HarryHacker42 8d ago

Medical statistics say you are a lying sack of shit. I'll hope you're just trolling and aren't really that stupid. If you are that stupid, look up death rates for vaccinated vs unvaccinated people. https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/united-states-rates-of-covid-19-deaths-by-vaccination-status?country=~50%2B

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u/Lexa_Stanton 8d ago

I don't need to wear a helmet, I haven't fell off my bike!

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u/OpeSorryDidntSeeYah 8d ago

When I was like 8 years old I said to my parents “every time I’ve crashed my bike I was wearing my helmet. Obviously it is causing the crashes.” This is the thought process of all anti-vaxxers. Literal child logic.

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u/Grumplogic 8d ago

I don't wanna wear a seatbelt, what if I'm in a car crash and it gets jammed and they can't get me out!

- Me, 7, not aware of the physics of a car crash yet. Thinking seatbelts were made out of Kevlar so you can't cut them off.

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u/jetoler 8d ago

It prolly was to an extent bc helmets change the way weight distribution works slightly. You prolly had to get used to riding with a helmet

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u/OpeSorryDidntSeeYah 8d ago

Homie a bike helmet weighs like a pound. I was definitely just a very dumb kid haha

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u/rednax1206 8d ago

This man has fallen off his bike! Quick, someone get him a helmet!

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u/LegendOfDylan 8d ago

Walking into a war zone

“WHY WOULD I NEED BODY ARMOR WHEN I HAVENT EVEN BEEN SHOT?!?”

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u/danydewuf 8d ago

Vaccines are for diseases you don’t have, hospitals are for the ones you do, and graves are for these people who don’t go with the first option

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u/KoopaTroopa864 8d ago

Graves are for everyone.

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u/Lets_Bust_Together 8d ago

I don’t need a seatbelt for a crash I haven’t been in.

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u/Lsutigers202111 8d ago

No vaccine to prevent stupid…… unfortunately……

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u/blueflloyd 8d ago

“I don’t need a skull for the brain I ain’t got”

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u/Paddlesons 8d ago

Ahhh..nothin like suiting up with my bullet proof vest after I get shot.

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u/rainbirdstew 8d ago

was there a recent time in our near past where our morons knew that they were morons? is it the internet that is emboldening these fucking morons?

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u/Raptor22c 8d ago

Don’t have YET - that’s the important point.

A vaccine won’t save you if you’ve already been infected with the virus. The whole point of a vaccine is to train your body to rapidly identify and fight off the virus, so that if you end up contracting it, your body is already prepared to trigger its immune response.

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u/ABenevolentDespot 8d ago

I thought there might be one, but came to realize there's no end nor bottom to the stupidity of right wingers doing their 'own research' on medical issues on Faceplant and Fox News and other right wing shitholes.

I did make peace with it, though, when I realized (and saw demonstrated in the 2020 election) that the science and medical research deniers who refused vaccines and masks were mostly Republican voters and were dying at a good clip both at home and in ICUs from their closed minded stupidity. Darwin triumphs again.

More than 90% of people admitted to ICUs nationwide at the height of the pandemic were unvaccinated long after vaccines became available, and most of them died on ventilators, gasping for breath. It's really too bad.

Anyway...what time are the playoff games this Sunday?

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u/annette964 8d ago

The total lack of critical thinking skills, and in the case of vaccines it is a total lack of critical thinking, is frightening. It is no more difficult to understand the very basics of how vaccination works than it is to understand basic math, such as 2+2…

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u/ConstantGeographer 8d ago

The thinking of people vis a vis vaccines is incredibly dim. Often, I hear people say, "Oh, he got the virus and he was vaccinated."

Yeah, that's how viruses and vaccines work. It's not like you're walking down the sidewalk and a virus see you coming, sniffs you've been vaccinated, and then chooses not to infect you.

Sometimes, when we get a mystery cold or mystery flu it's our body responding to something we've been vaccinated against, like polio, perhaps, or rubella, or mumps.

I don't understand how people can be so willfully blunt about these things.

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u/TheMrBoot 8d ago

We’re going on the third year of having Covid in our lives and it’s freaking incredible how much people have refused to understand concepts like that.

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u/dazzc 8d ago

This shit does my nut in.

Vaccines are meant to prevent onset of diseases, or at least reduce their symptoms if you do get infected with that pathogen (and not all caused by viruses either).

It's gonna do jack shit if you've already got that disease.

Source: Am Vaccines Scientist

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u/TDYDave2 8d ago

"No thanks, I don't need a vaccine gun for an virus attacker I ain't got"

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u/ancientevilvorsoason 8d ago

Ironically, this shows even less understanding of how both vaccines and guns work.

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u/TDYDave2 8d ago

True, but it plays to the mindset of the original speaker.

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u/iluuu 8d ago

There are also vaccines that work when you already have the virus. E.g. rabies.

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u/FatalElectron 8d ago

Not quite, the rabies vaccine only works if you have NOT started presenting symptoms of rabies, ie, it hasn't activated in you yet.

If you HAVE, then your odds are not good at all, and while the vaccine may help those odds, it's a fraction of a percent.

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u/Fuzzy_Diver_320 8d ago

I’m not sure what you mean by “activated” in this context. I’m guessing something along the lines of “actively replicating”?

Regardless of what you meant, when the Rabies virus enters your body there is quite a long lag time (aka incubation period; Source) where the virus is actively replicating, but where you aren’t showing symptoms yet. That is the window for getting the vaccine. During that time the virus isn’t just sitting there doing nothing tho, it’s actively replicating and infecting and killing your cells.

The reason that you aren’t showing symptoms is that the virus hasn’t caused enough damage yet for you to notice it on a macro scale. You have cells dying all the time, so if a few extra ones die you don’t really notice. But if a bunch of them die, especially ones that are all in the same body system, then you start to notice.

Additional source: I’m a Research Scientist studying viruses

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u/hydracat53 8d ago

Additional source: I’m a Research Scientist studying viruses

"My ignorance is just as good as your education."

-Republicans

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u/iluuu 8d ago

I never said it works at any stage, just that some vaccines are still effective after infection.

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u/PlayingtheDrums 8d ago

With Tetanus the actual incubation stage is more than a day longer than the time it takes for the vaccine to work. So if you have a tetanusscare (poop in wounds generally), you got time to vaccinate still.

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u/FuzzyGroat 8d ago

Yah, rabies actually has to migrate up the nerve pathways over a significant period of time, so vaccinating before showing symptoms can save you. Tetanus its not actually even the infection you die of, the infection takes a bit to produce a toxin, its the toxin that kills you. These are exceptions that sort of prove a general rule: most vaccines are only effective if taken before infection.

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u/Ardothbey 8d ago

Ain’t got says it all.

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u/lesChaps 8d ago

I don't need a penis for a gf I don't got.

Yeah, it works under other applications.

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u/DJ1962 8d ago

Heck they even suggested not getting refills of meds since they should work and not have to take it everyday. This is the mental challenge from watching Fox and AON, among others.

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u/SeaworthinessOne2114 8d ago

Convince me that "person" didn't vote for trump? Let's see, I decided to not get the small pox vaccine until AFTER I get the POX! Brilliant deductive reasoning for someone who is in obviously intellectual deficit.

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u/jakeblew2 8d ago

And then they cry for the vaccine once the disease has already ravaged their body and they're left on a ventilator with a belly full of horse tablets

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u/Weary-Pineapple-5974 8d ago

Cletus later succumbed to tetanus and died a horribly painful, senseless death.

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u/ThisMachinePetsCats 8d ago

If it was just tetanus, I wouldn't mind if Cletus wanted to give himself a horribly painful and senseless death, because tetanus cannot be transmitted from human to human.

Cletus's stupidity is only harming Cletus, in this case.

However, when it comes to COVID, or so many other communicable diseases, antivax dipshits are just trash people who put others at risk out of their own selfishness and stupidity.

They are morally equivalent to drunk drivers and should be treated as such.

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u/dianpink 8d ago

This is how trump supporters reason. It's like saying "I won't try it because I don't like it????"

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u/John_SpaGotti Trusted Bot Hunter 8d ago

OP is a repost bot

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u/Rambo_One2 8d ago

"I'll put on my seatbelt when I get in an accident"

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u/twitch_delta_blues 8d ago

It’s not raining, why do I need a roof?

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u/sinisterdesign 8d ago

I don’t need no seatbelt for an accident I ain’t in!

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u/GenTsosFunkyChicken 8d ago

Tell me you’re a conservative, christian republican without telling me you’re a conservative, christian republicunt

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u/altaccountforbutts 8d ago

Copy/pasting a reply to another comment because it’s an educational opportunity:

https://data.cdc.gov/widgets/3rge-nu2a?mobile_redirect=true

TLDR: CDC data proves Covid vaccines work

Apprehension for a vaccine that was developed quickly is understandable. That being said, saying the vaccine doesn’t work is objectively false. Maybe there was some misinterpretation of data or maybe it was just straight up misinformation. If you care enough to look through the raw cdc data I linked, you’ll see consistently much lower rates of both infections and deaths for vaccinated people. Like in June 2022 during the 25th week of the year, 0.64/100,000 vaccinated people died of Covid compared to 1.1/100,000 unvaccinated people, meaning vaccinated people were almost twice as likely to survive a Covid infection. For people aged 65+ in the same week, the difference was dramatic at 1.2/100,000 vaccinated people dying compared to 9.9/100,000 unvaccinated people dying.

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u/no_anesthesia_please 8d ago

How do you read these posts? Start from the lower comment and end with the top one?

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u/pizza-yolo 8d ago

Wow what a clever comeback!

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u/SoyBeanis 8d ago

i don't need a bullet proof vest, i haven't been shot yet

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u/murphsmodels 8d ago

My dad used to have a saying: "Common sense ain't so common any more."

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u/sseempire 8d ago

Repost.

You can even see the mold

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u/shassis 8d ago

And no grasp of the English language.

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u/Sweaty_Negotiation65 8d ago

How does this make sense lol

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u/CyberneticPanda 8d ago

Some vaccines help even with viruses you do have. Medical advice on Facebook (and Reddit) should generally be ignored.

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u/mogsoggindog 8d ago

That comment is so potently stupid that it makes me want to beat my forehead with a hammer

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u/redface25nyc 8d ago

vaccines prevent transmission and provide immunity, anything less is not a vaccine

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u/herrtoutant 8d ago

And he used a double negative in one sentence

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u/ToolPackinMama 8d ago

Wait, what about the Shingles vaccine? That IS for a virus that you have got.

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u/Additional-Sun-3962 8d ago

It's not even a vaccine. A vaccine prevents you from getting and therefore giving a virus to others. How are these "vaccines" working out? They closer resemble a really ineffective gene therapy that does more harm than good!

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

imaginary clots. Come back when you have some actual facts on your side

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Get your head out of the koolaid bowl loser

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

If I wanted my own come back I'd wipe it off your dad's forehead

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u/NotMuhGuns 8d ago

https://i.imgur.com/CCzvzko.jpg

No science project lol. You don’t do well in school no reason to suddenly try and apply yourself when you can’t even understand basic medical truths.

Also weird you can’t be a man and respond, who edits lol.

That’s like arguing later on in the shower hahaha

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Unlike you I correct my spelling errors because I have some repect for the English language.

Also your image proves it's for a science project? Are you illiterate in addition to being bad at reading?

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u/NotMuhGuns 8d ago

It is not for a project. And also you’re admitting you’re an edgy teen? Got it.

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u/NotMuhGuns 8d ago

My guy I’m on my phone lol

Focus.

You were wrong. Hey, it happens , just don’t lie on Reddit.

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u/micelli_illuminatti 8d ago

Genuinely curious, do you actually believe 6 million Americans died from COVID or with COVID? Because, sources like CNN reported earlier this month that just over ONE million people died from COVID since the start of the 2020 pandemic: CNN source.

So, where tf are you getting the 6 million figure from? I get that certain people may be worried right now, but making wild allegations will not help anybody.

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u/DinoRoman 8d ago

My apologies it’s 1 million who died. 6 mil was the number for Johnson and Johnson when they found 6 people had an issue and shut it down.

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u/dan_santhems 8d ago

Anyone who unironically uses the word copium is a fucking moron

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Seethe vaxxbrain

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

So no one is actually dying from Covid? Is that your idea? How about all the excess deaths before the vaccines were introduced. Plus, you’re rude. It’s so sad that you have so little going on with your life that you cling to made up stories to feel smarter than other people when really, you are just not.

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

You asked for facts I gave you facts. Either go look into them or don't but I can't read data for you. But you chose the copium; rather unsurprisingly.

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u/wheresabner71 8d ago

You gave exactly zero facts, idiot.

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

And the selfsame number of clots in my veins vaxxbrain.

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u/MCBADDY69 8d ago

You can't read data for you either tbh

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Can you at least put enough effort in to type in proper English so the rest of us can understand please and thank you

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u/TheMrBoot 8d ago

Mate, that's on you if you couldn't understand it. It was plenty clear.

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u/MCBADDY69 8d ago

You can't read English for you either tbh

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

You don’t have any facts. You say there’s a kazillion vaccine injuries? The burden of proof is on you.

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u/Ok_Year1270 8d ago

You know that the vaccine side effects are well known now, worldwide, right? Even the makers and investors have admitted to it.

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

There is literally nothing in this world that has no “side effects”. People die from eating peanuts. However, statistically, vaccines prevent much much more harm than they can cause. You are aware that Covid kills, right, and that you are much more likely to die from it when you have not been vaccinated? Oh right, you reject that information because it doesnt fit in with your agenda.

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u/Loptional 8d ago

Sir do you understand words?

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Do you not?

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u/Loptional 8d ago

Excess deaths were enormous BEFORE THE VACCINE

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Yes and now excess deaths unrelated to Covid-19 are now enormous. Go read a book or something I have a strict policy against arguing with mentally ill illiterates.

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u/Loptional 8d ago

Bzzzt wrongo

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u/Jraz624 8d ago

Excess deaths from underreporting COVID related deaths perhaps. No it is surely a global conspiracy.

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u/dual_gear 8d ago edited 8d ago

Do not waste your time on this one.

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u/DinoRoman 8d ago

This is a false and wrong comment, everyone. Their profile shows someone of very low IQ who lives with their mother.

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u/jonnyquestionable 8d ago

Sorry you can't distinguish memes from reality

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Sorry you can't distinguish The Science from science

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u/Sigh196 8d ago edited 8d ago

The Facebook science from the real science?

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u/jonnyquestionable 8d ago

Sure buddy. Hey, since you are the smartest guy in the world, providing me with evidence will be easy! I'll wait

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

Google "comma splice"

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u/BubbaBoufstavson 8d ago

Lol what? That is not a comma splice.

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

English isn't your first language is it bud.

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u/jonnyquestionable 8d ago

So you can't provide evidence then?

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u/NotLeeHarveyOwsald 8d ago

I just did?

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u/jonnyquestionable 8d ago

Hmmm, maybe try posting the link again? Because it's not showing up for me. It's okay, take your time, I know this must be difficult for someone of your limited mental abilities.

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u/jonnyquestionable 8d ago

This link is about grammar. I was asking for proof of your claims about the vaccine. Maybe have an adult explain the assignment to you before commenting further.

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u/tkdjoe66 8d ago

What we don't know is the long-term side effects.

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u/Sometimes_I_Engineer 8d ago edited 8d ago

What would be the mechanism of action that would cause long term effects? Unlike a medication you may take for weeks, months or years everything in the vaccines is out of the body in a week, why/how would it continue to affect someone years later? What part of the body does it alter in a way that could possibly have long term effects?

And most importantly, what are those effects compared to COVID and what would the percentage of people who developed them again compared to the effects from getting COVID?

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u/Initiatedspoon 8d ago

Basically no medication ever is released to market with an understanding of the long term effects.

The ingredients in vaccines are generally not novel. They have a good understanding of the individual components. Even research into mRNA as a therapeutic is not that new. Research has been going on for decades. So 99% of the ingredients have been used many times without issue for decades.

The American drug safety system doesn't (or at least didn't) evaulate long term risks.

What consitutes long term? 1 year or 3 or 5 or 10?

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u/Ok_Year1270 8d ago

Well we know the short term is death.

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u/UlteriorMotives420 8d ago

OK, is this better? I don't want a vaccine that has been proven to not stop the spread of the virus or stop you from getting it and, in many cases, causing people to drop dead

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u/Un1ted_Art1st 8d ago

Vaccines didn’t even work. Proof of that is everywhere and still coming out

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u/SquishySoldier21 8d ago edited 7d ago

This vaccine doesnt prevent you from catching it. It also doesnt reduce spread. Your god, fauci would admit as much and has. Im outta this sub, way too political and ignorant

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u/Krispyna 8d ago

How is the air in lala-land?

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u/cajuncrustacean 8d ago

Three sentences that, in progressive order, prove you're more and more of a troglodyte, and a fourth to prove you're brainless as well. It's weirdly impressive in a sad sort of way.

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

I haven’t seen even one instance of this, and I know literally hundreds of people who have been vaccinated. Nor have I seen any reports of this. All I have seen is a lot of antivaxxers claiming this with no credible citations.

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u/TeamRamrod80 8d ago

There were actually like 7 deaths in the US related to clotting from the J&J vaccine back when they first came out. I’m not aware of any vaccine-related deaths being reported in the real, non-fantasy world since then, though.

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

Yes, which, considering how many shots were given, is a very low number statistically. You are much more likely to get blood clots from covid itself.

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u/TheMrBoot 8d ago

Don't worry, they'll point to VAERS where someone got hit by a truck after having the vaccine and claim it as a vAcCiNe InJuRy, then turn around and claim someone who died from covid wasn't actually a covid death because they were overweight.

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u/TheonBall 8d ago

I've not seen anything. Care to cite some sources?

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u/ashenblade 8d ago

He'll reply with some half-baked article about myocarditis that ignores that vaccination actually lower the risk compared to COVID

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u/DumbleForeSkin 8d ago

Yep. A lot of antivaxxers have made this opinion their whole personality and just live in echo chambers devoid of facts. Someone dies? They instantly blame Covid vaccines without even knowing if the person was vaccinated. Tiresome.

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u/TheonBall 8d ago

I never expected anything else. However, antivaxxers seem to be avoiding calls for sources entirely as of late.

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u/funO_6 8d ago edited 8d ago

'Side effects' - could be because of some underlying issues with that perticular person. They can even be because of vaccine because nothing is completely safe but those minute chances are very rare cases and the positives outweigh the negatives. 'Shortly tested' - because the virus was the variation of an already present virus hence medication wasn't made from scratch rather modification of an already present one. We're in the age of technological advancements, things are going to speed up.

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u/dual_gear 8d ago

Interesting how most of these people "suffering" are white and Republican.

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u/Loptional 8d ago

Shut up you giant doofus

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u/PositiveWeapon 8d ago

You realise 5.5 billion people have been vaccinated against covid-19.

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