Will you take the vaccine?

Kitty Tantrum

Woodpecker
Woman
The most telling thing for me is that the people who are inclined to fornicate with strangers have continued to do so with all the same caution and care as before (aka none).

BUT these same people are utterly fearful of strangers in PUBLIC settings where no fluids are exchanged.

It is definitely a Satanic inversion of the mechanism of the Natural Order which is meant to protect us from promiscuity via instinctive disinclination and fear of consequence.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
The most telling thing for me is that the people who are inclined to fornicate with strangers have continued to do so with all the same caution and care as before (aka none).

BUT these same people are utterly fearful of strangers in PUBLIC settings where no fluids are exchanged.

Yeah, but don't forget the "safe sex" propaganda that was pushed on us. Everyone is at risk!

(Which also basically equated pregnancy to an STD.)
 

Kitty Tantrum

Woodpecker
Woman
My experience dipping my toe in the diseased swimming pool that is casual fornication revealed to me PRETTY QUICKLY that the vast majority of people who talk at length about "safer sex" take no actual measures to mitigate risk of anything aside from pregnancy.

It's JUST LIKE how the vax-bot NPCs are mainly fearful of the IDEOLOGY that challenges theirs. The reason you have to get vaxxed for their vax to work, is because they actually believe (whether capable of understanding it or not) that the GROUPTHINK ITSELF will keep them safe.

90%+ of sexual degenerates believe that "only hooking up with risk-aware people" is enough to keep them safe from STDs, without taking any other measures at all.
 

Elipe

Pelican
90%+ of sexual degenerates believe that "only hooking up with risk-aware people" is enough to keep them safe from STDs, without taking any other measures at all.
Funnily enough, that's part of why I never really got into the casual sex scene. Even before I became a Christian, I did sort of want to "get laid" but my efforts were largely half-hearted because I also didn't want to risk stuff like herpes. People thought I was weird. I am weird, but it ended up being the good kind of weird that ended up paying off later in life.
 

Lamkins

Woodpecker
Woman
After spending an evening on the blog of an ex-gay Christian man it was and is the same in that community regarding HIV transmission. Apparently being aware is the safest sex of all. :hmm:
 

Rob Banks

Pelican
Prerequisite: seed population with the idea that all jabs are interchangeable. (DONE.)

Step 1: Jam through hasty approval of one experimental jab.

Step 2: Leverage into compulsory administration of approved jab.

Step 3: Expand into compulsory administration of whichever jab they want to stick in you, "because muh emergency."
Something doesn't sit right with me about the idea of a man forcing himself to penetrate someone's body (in this case, with a needle) against their will.

Where are all the feminists and anti-rape advocates on this one?

What happened to "my body, my choice"?
 
No they would be the second group. I’m more upset and disappointed in scientists and medical professionals. Virologists, immunologists and even plan ole general physicians doing work for decades and knowing this is bullshit and pushing lies/covering up truth. They are first to blame. Then the politicians with no background in these fields who are pushing these measures get the axe for not attempting to find out the truth and destroying lives. I’m going to blame those who actually know diseases and viruses first, before those in power but ignorant on the subject. I put myself on my church’s prayer list to keep working with no jab so we will see what happens. So many of my fellow techs have a tough decision. I can’t blame the people for considering the jab when they got multiple little ones at home. I tell them to pray and wait to get fired. But I know as a mother you will consider anything for your kids. You will die and kill for them. At least I would. It’s something deep inside. Thankfully my son is an adult. So it’s just me which makes my decision to say no much easier.
Medical professionals have used this as a way to jockey themselves as aligned with a sort of neo-liberal societal upper caste: medical professionals, government officials, the media, corporatists, general Ivy league elites, etc. Back when Obamacare happened, I generally supported it. Mostly because I was a lefty, but I also thought it seemed somewhat reasonable. Now I realize how dangerous it is getting the government entrenched in health care, even if it isn’t directly administering it. Health care providers are basically limousine Socialists at this point. The infrastructure and staffing is all there to deal with the endless red tape of government Medicare/Medicaid, and the costs are effectively passed to either the government or the big insurers (in turn... working people). There is no pricing pressure in the medical field because most people are paying through insurance which they really have no clue what is covered, or the various forms of state and federal assistance programs who simply cover the bill. There aren’t any “cash” doctors to compete on price, because you legally need these ridiculous staffs of soyboys and feminists to process all the paperwork to deal with all these stupid programs and insurers. The medical field is an example of how the modern left wants to take over corpo-capitalism.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Neighbor does a wool ball with pure oil(s) from plants.
Nature works. Artificial chemicals are [ scientific word for gross] .

Thoughts on wool and oil drying with laundry?

Tried it, it's ok. I gave them away to my mom. I don't use anything extra for the dryer, or just air dry clothes (we pay per load so I try to minimize using the dryer).
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Most of my posts revolve around some boring ancedote from my life, but the other day we were getting a new circuit breaker in our apartment. There were two electricians in their 30s, so we got to talking about kids (one had three, the other four), and I made a joke about "I don't care what we get next time, as long they're healthy, with ten fingers and eleven toes." The one electrician was black/mixed and said that his dad was born with six fingers, "It was very common for us back then!" So we got to talking about Thalidomide because I'm special like that, and he also added, "That's why I don't trust... you know."

(Both of them mentioned to husband that it Must Be Nice to be able to work from home, and then my husband sighed when they left and said "I should have been an electrician." Grass is always greener, I guess.)
 

DelMarMisty

Robin
Woman
Orthodox
I had a conversation with my husband this morning since they are pushing the vaccine hard here, and he will resist as much as he can but he will eventually take it if it meant he would live somewhat normally as he doesn't see the point in refusing it and struggling to live etc. I feel a bit lost and don't know how I would really react if he got it.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
I had a conversation with my husband this morning since they are pushing the vaccine hard here, and he will resist as much as he can but he will eventually take it if it meant he would live somewhat normally as he doesn't see the point in refusing it and struggling to live etc. I feel a bit lost and don't know how I would really react if he got it.

My husband has a job interview for a hospital network this week, and they're requiring it as of now (though there's a huge protest going on). He says he's going to decline if they do require it, but I'm praying he won't even be tempted. He's feeling a lot of inferiority to his parents standard of living lately, and thinks my mom is looking down on him because she emails me Zillow listings constantly for houses in the 100-150k range (which we could afford, it just depends where we want to live, so we're holding tight).

He'll do the right thing, but I get paranoid sometimes. Hopefully your husband does the same. I think some people just shut down when things get confusing or complicated.

Edit: he just got an email about their requirement, and said, "looks like I'm back to looking for remote work."
 
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DelMarMisty

Robin
Woman
Orthodox
My husband has a job interview for a hospital network this week, and they're requiring it as of now (though there's a huge protest going on). He says he's going to decline if they do require it, but I'm praying he won't even be tempted. He's feeling a lot of inferiority to his parents standard of living lately, and thinks my mom is looking down on him because she emails me Zillow listings constantly for houses in the 100-150k range (which we could afford, it just depends where we want to live, so we're holding tight).

He'll do the right thing, but I get paranoid sometimes. Hopefully your husband does the same. I think some people just shut down when things get confusing or complicated.

Edit: he just got an email about their requirement, and said, "looks like I'm back to looking for remote work."
I should pray on this. If he does eventually get it, I feel like this marriage will be a sham. My husband loves his work, money etc. Lord, Have Mercy.
 
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