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  1. #13326
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    Quote Originally Posted by bennymac View Post
    No no…nobody is leaving because they’re burned out from anti-vaxxers.

    ^Wow - I guess it’s easy to be a disingenuous dishonest poster! Thanks for all the lessons skidog.
    Go back a page or 2 someone actually suggested that was the reason. Reading, it's fundamental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    Morans gona moran eh
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    Is dose 3 a 5G enhancement or prep for 6G?

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    https://slate.com/technology/2021/09...cataloged.html

    "a site for heartless and unrepentant schadenfreude."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Is dose 3 a 5G enhancement or prep for 6G?
    Colonoscopy prep.

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    https://www.kgw.com/mobile/article/n...c-1b154b1c187b

    “It's more than just providing vaccines, right?” said Gov. Brown, while touring the building. “It's providing people with education and information and answering questions.”

    Washington County Chair Kathryn Harrington said that mindset is one reason for the county’s vaccination success.
    “Partnerships are really what help our community members,” said Harrington.


    During the clinic, Victor Torres Lopez and his father Alfanzo both got their second vaccine doses.

    “It feels great to know that there are lots of people getting vaccinated to stay safe and to have a great community,” said Torres Lopez.

    Gov. Brown praised Washington County’s efforts to “close the equity gap.” She said that means making sure communities of color get vaccinated at the same rate the majority of the population does.

    “Literally driving the mobile [vaccination] vans into communities, into neighborhoods,” said Brown. “Providing the information and education and vaccinations for community members.”

    According to state health data, two other Oregon counties have since hit the 80% percent vaccination mark: Multnomah and Hood River, with Lincoln County close behind. But for Washington County, being first felt like validation for their hard work to keep community members safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old_newguy View Post
    https://www.kgw.com/mobile/article/n...c-1b154b1c187b

    “It's more than just providing vaccines, right?” said Gov. Brown, while touring the building. “It's providing people with education and information and answering questions.”

    Washington County Chair Kathryn Harrington said that mindset is one reason for the county’s vaccination success.
    “Partnerships are really what help our community members,” said Harrington.


    During the clinic, Victor Torres Lopez and his father Alfanzo both got their second vaccine doses.

    “It feels great to know that there are lots of people getting vaccinated to stay safe and to have a great community,” said Torres Lopez.

    Gov. Brown praised Washington County’s efforts to “close the equity gap.” She said that means making sure communities of color get vaccinated at the same rate the majority of the population does.

    “Literally driving the mobile [vaccination] vans into communities, into neighborhoods,” said Brown. “Providing the information and education and vaccinations for community members.”

    According to state health data, two other Oregon counties have since hit the 80% percent vaccination mark: Multnomah and Hood River, with Lincoln County close behind. But for Washington County, being first felt like validation for their hard work to keep community members safe.
    I hope Skidog reads this post


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    He can read?
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    I hope Skidog reads this post


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    where did I ever say some places weren't attempting to address the situation. Unless the CDC data has changed in the last month or so in regards to "communities of color", on a large scale its still an issue. You can ignore it if you want. Im glad some places are trying. Some countries have even gone to the effort of going to peoples homes who are too sick to go out and getting them vaxxed. 1 community doing it, helps but we need more of them to take the same steps.

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    oh and. I got a chuckle out of this one.

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    Yeah, that's hilarious. I bet he's pretty happy to finally get a repost after only 14 months.
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    It's pretty awesome when you can squeeze idiocy and homophobia into a single meme. Nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    where did I ever say some places weren't attempting to address the situation. Unless the CDC data has changed in the last month or so in regards to "communities of color", on a large scale its still an issue. You can ignore it if you want. Im glad some places are trying. Some countries have even gone to the effort of going to peoples homes who are too sick to go out and getting them vaxxed. 1 community doing it, helps but we need more of them to take the same steps.
    Yeah, only one community in the US is trying. It’s a difficult issue for sure but your faux outrage about no one caring is disingenuous and you throwing a hissy fit because we don’t buy into your narrative doesn’t mean we don’t care. There are outreach programs like this all over the country, we’re trying.


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    Demographic breakdown of the vaccinated in the U.S:

    All adults: 69%
    Men: 67%
    Women: 71%
    18-34: 63%
    35-49: 58%
    50-64: 71%
    65+: 86%
    Whites: 66%
    Blacks: 76%
    Latinos: 71%
    Urban residents: 79%
    Suburban residents: 67%
    Rural residents: 52%
    White evangelicals: 59%
    Democrats: 88%
    Independents: 60%
    Republicans: 55%

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiVerse View Post
    demographic breakdown of the vaccinated in the U.S:

    All adults: 69 percent
    Men: 67 percent
    Women: 71 percent
    18-34: 63 percent
    35-49: 58 percent
    50-64: 71 percent
    65+: 86 percent
    Whites: 66 percent
    Blacks: 76 percent
    Latinos: 71 percent
    Urban residents: 79 percent
    Suburban residents: 67 percent
    Rural residents: 52 percent
    White evangelicals: 59 percent
    Democrats: 88 percent
    Independents: 60 percent
    Republicans: 55 percent
    You have a source for that? Link URL pls

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    Republicans are still a bigger obstacle to vaccination than Black Americans:
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ack-americans/

    What Drives GOP Resistance to Vaccines?:
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-dr...es-11623190392

    And here are the American adults who say they’ve already been vaccinated — broken down by demographic group:
    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/mee...d-u-s-n1277514

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    To Vaccinate or Not---The Rat Flu Odyssey Continues

    When we first opened our community vaccination clinic at the hospital the place was packed with Hispanics and not many white folks to be seen.

    I don’t want MF or Skidog to think that I’m claiming this as “data” it’s purely anecdotal as-to my experience at a vaccination clinic.

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    Very interesting that whites are the least vaccinated group. I wouldn't have expected that.

    On a different subject, here's an article about mask selection. Some pretty good evidence to suggest cloth masks don't cut it:
    https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-...delta-variant/

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    Skiing in the rockies is like 70's porn

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Very interesting that whites are the least vaccinated group. I wouldn't have expected that.
    It’s almost like ethnic minorities have more common sense or less inherent bias, you choose.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Asspen View Post
    Why can't I donate plasma after receiving my vaccinations?
    Yes, you can donate blood after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, as long as you are symptom-free and feeling well at the time of the donation.


    Assuming you meant convalescent plasma for Covid-19 treatment, it wouldn't make sense for vaccinated people and people 6 months post natural infection to donate. Also, studies show convalescent plasma therapy is not very effective and has been largely phased out as a result.


    P.S. Have you considered dropping your media sources after getting it consistently wrong for so long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiVerse View Post
    Republicans are still a bigger obstacle to vaccination than Black Americans:
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...ack-americans/

    What Drives GOP Resistance to Vaccines?:
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-dr...es-11623190392

    And here are the American adults who say they’ve already been vaccinated — broken down by demographic group:
    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/mee...d-u-s-n1277514
    The 46% of Trump supporters getting the jab is pretty bad.

    Republicans who support Trump more than party: 46 percent
    Quote Originally Posted by MultiVerse View Post
    Yes, you can donate blood after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, as long as you are symptom-free and feeling well at the time of the donation.
    I was going to ask Asspen what his point is? the Red Cross stopped collecting plasma because there isn't demand right now.
    Damn shame, throwing away a perfectly good white boy like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asspen View Post

    Why can't I donate plasma after receiving my vaccinations?
    You can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiVerse View Post
    Yes, you can donate blood after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, as long as you are symptom-free and feeling well at the time of the donation.


    Assuming you meant convalescent plasma for Covid-19 treatment, it wouldn't make sense for vaccinated people and people 6 months post natural infection to donate. Also, studies show convalescent plasma therapy is not very effective and has been largely phased out as a result.


    P.S. Have you considered dropping your media sources after getting it consistently wrong for so long?
    You mean don't trust the Red Cross?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asspen View Post
    You mean don't trust the Red Cross?
    I'm not sure anyone knows what you're talking about since the links you provided don't support your assertion that vaccinated people cannot donate plasma.

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