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Re: ready or not

Postby Spence » Sun Jun 14, 2020 5:36 pm

Glad to hear it. Welcome back to the world.
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Re: ready or not

Postby Mountainman » Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:31 am

billybud wrote:off house arrest...we came back negative....yippeee



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Re: ready or not

Postby billybud » Tue Jun 16, 2020 7:14 am

The no vaccination crowd somewhat amazes me....

I have three old friends who were the last of the pre Salk polio kids...have lived their lives in a wheel chair...we have no polio because we were all vaccinated.

Nor small pox...nor diptheria....nor typhoid....we had TB hospitals everywhere (even Tallahassee) until the 1950's)

If they had a vaccine that would eliminate cancer, there would be some bone heads that would not take it.

I remember when they were preparing to ship us out...I walked through a line with Vaccination jet guns on both sides getting hit in both arms with I don't know what.....I assume exotic diseases.
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Re: ready or not

Postby Spence » Wed Jun 17, 2020 8:57 pm

I would take it. I don't like standing in line to take a needle, but I would do it.
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Re: ready or not

Postby Derek » Fri Jun 19, 2020 10:24 pm

billybud wrote:The no vaccination crowd somewhat amazes me....

I have three old friends who were the last of the pre Salk polio kids...have lived their lives in a wheel chair...we have no polio because we were all vaccinated.

Nor small pox...nor diptheria....nor typhoid....we had TB hospitals everywhere (even Tallahassee) until the 1950's)

If they had a vaccine that would eliminate cancer, there would be some bone heads that would not take it.

I remember when they were preparing to ship us out...I walked through a line with Vaccination jet guns on both sides getting hit in both arms with I don't know what.....I assume exotic diseases.


That's what they did with us in the Navy. One shot even formed a golf ball on your glute after getting it.
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Re: ready or not

Postby billybud » Sat Jun 20, 2020 4:02 pm

Derek...if you tighted up any...it left a lump and hurt....the buttocks were the worst.
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