Category Archives: vaccines

The second booster

Haven’t gotten it yet. May not after hearing from an OCS classmate that he has developed heart trouble, which fits right in with some of the summaries of research I have been reading lately. Also blood clots in both lungs, which rings a bell. Sleep apnea seems to be an outlier. His maker was Pfizer and all he had was the two to start and one booster. Adverse reactions being at a minimum are no comfort when they are striking our small (under fifty) group.

Multi-Use Nozzle Jet Injector

Used on us veterans in the 1960s for vaccinations. As an Infantry OCS classmate writes:

“A slight tremor by the operator opened up an impressively deep divot on your arm. No longer recommended for use, as the body fluids  from your arm apparently rebounded onto the nozzle, inoculating the next man in line with the intended vaccine plus whatever was going on in you (how many classmates’ DNA are we carrying around as I write this?  Talk about blood Brothers! Yo! Bro!). “


Don’t jab the children

So says virologist and medical doctor Robert Malone who says NPR’s recent message for the kiddies that Big Bird had to get jabbed to save Grandma is just perverse. We’re exposing children to risk of side effects like heart disease in order to save the elderly. The latest kabuki from the government, so Moderna and Pfizer can make lots of money. And their politico investors.

Ben Carson on Covid

He wants a reprieve, as the politicals seemingly prepare for another lockdown against the Omicron variant, of such shenanigans. And for the health authorities to regain some of their respect by allowing such as Ivermectin and hydrocloriquine which have had some effectiveness, to be used rather than scorned.

“We also have to recognize that this virus is mutating,” Carson said. ”It will continue to be with us for years to come. Fortunately, it seems to be attenuating. It’s getting weaker, which is sort of like the natural thing that viruses do as they mutate, but obviously, it’s a novel coronavirus that is something new.”

Irish democracy already is in full swing in Florida and here in Texas and seeing that, people in other states are going to be ignoring Lyin’ Biden’s vaccine push even for toddlers who have almost zero chance of dying from an infection. Time to use science as more than a political slogan.

Via Newsmax

Pfizer booster blocks omicron

That’s the headline which seques into this PJMedia story of how Omicron may be so attenuated that it spreads easily but conveys only mild symptoms. And announces the end of the Wuhan virus pandemic.

Omicron a pussycat

“’We had one very interesting case, a kid, about six years old, with a temperature and a very high pulse rate, and I wondered if I should admit her. But when I followed up two days later, she was so much better,’ Dr. Coetzee says.”

The new Covid variant, for which NYC has declared a state of emergency and Israe3l has closed its borders, looks like a pussycat: Mild symptoms and short duration. And it seems to strike the young and unvaccinated.

Via PJMedia

Booster benefits

Bar’s sister who is an RN and head of nursing at a local hospital says after the staff were given their boosters they tested out at antibody levels of 2,000. However long it lasts is the question that won’t be answered for a while, but it starts off strong.

UPDATE: 900 is good enough.