Will you take the vaccine?

TexasJenn

Woodpecker
Woman
Nursing can be very lucrative and rewarding. I was listening to a woman who called in to the Dave Ramsey show who was determined to pay off all her debt. She started working 80 hours a week as a traveling nurse and made something like $250,000 in one year, obliterated the debt in no time!
 

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Robin
Woman
Nursing can be very lucrative and rewarding. I was listening to a woman who called in to the Dave Ramsey show who was determined to pay off all her debt. She started working 80 hours a week as a traveling nurse and made something like $250,000 in one year, obliterated the debt in no time!
Yep. Actually any area of healthcare with travel opportunities you make bank. A lot of travelers I’ve met over the years don’t work the full year. It’s nice to take time off.
 

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Robin
Woman
Yep. Actually any area of healthcare with travel opportunities you make bank. A lot of travelers I’ve met over the years don’t work the full year. It’s nice to take time off.
Speaking of I just got extended to mid January. After that I’m probably taking 3-4 weeks off. I will be happy to chill with my family and friends but not happy I will be leaving the south to go back to Illinois which at this point sucks! Compared to the souths freedoms. Granted we left Chicago for a nice suburb, but Illinois is very corrupt.
 

Marystarsea

Pigeon
Woman
Nursing can be very lucrative and rewarding. I was listening to a woman who called in to the Dave Ramsey show who was determined to pay off all her debt. She started working 80 hours a week as a traveling nurse and made something like $250,000 in one year, obliterated the debt in no time!
One of the reasons I chose nursing is for the travel option. It is such a good set up if you’re willing,

Nursing can be lucrative and rewarding. It is also completely exhausting.

I am a nurse and cannot imagine doing it for 80 hours/week. I think it would kill me. Maybe in an easier unit like mother/baby or something. But I have a pretty easy assignment now, relatively speaking, and 40 hours each week is plenty!

That said, I’m trying to convince my daughter to do nursing as it is a good career and she is having none of it. :)
 

TexasJenn

Woodpecker
Woman
I am a nurse and cannot imagine doing it for 80 hours/week.
To be fair, she only did that for a year, to pay off her debt as quickly as possible. Dave recommends being "gazelle intense" when you're in this stage, and that's based on scripture, which basically says if you're in debt, run from the hunter as fast as a gazelle until you're free. Good advice that I followed myself.

I'm sure nursing can be very demanding!
 

Owlet

Chicken
Woman
Orthodox
A couple of times now I have read of saline injections being given mistakenly for the intended vaccine. Here's the latest, reported today in an outer suburb of Melbourne, Australia:
"A Deepdene GP clinic has apologised to 30 patients who booked in to receive a Pfizer vaccination last Sunday, saying they may have received a harmless saline injection by mistake.
Deepdene Surgery said in a statement the error occurred when "empty vaccine vials were used for preparing some of the syringes intended for vaccination".A Deepdene GP clinic has apologised to 30 patients who booked in to receive a Pfizer vaccination last Sunday, saying they may have received a harmless saline injection by mistake.
Deepdene Surgery said in a statement the error occurred when "empty vaccine vials were used for preparing some of the syringes intended for vaccination".
The explanation doesn't make sense to me. The "mistake" lends some credibility to the suspicion that some privileged people are in fact receiving saline injections when they are photographed publicly receiving "the vaccine shot".
 

christie2

Sparrow
Woman
I talked with a nurse today who handles the vaccines and she told me taking ibuprofin as an anticipation of coming, expected fever, right after the shot, would 'block' the effects......and to give at least 5 or 6 hours after the shot before taking ibuprofin to let the vaccine have a chance to 'work' in your body.

I thought that slip interesting and wanted to share with the forum, sorry if its in wrong thread.
 

DelMarMisty

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox
I talked with a nurse today who handles the vaccines and she told me taking ibuprofin as an anticipation of coming, expected fever, right after the shot, would 'block' the effects......and to give at least 5 or 6 hours after the shot before taking ibuprofin to let the vaccine have a chance to 'work' in your body.

I thought that slip interesting and wanted to share with the forum, sorry if its in wrong thread.
Most people here aren't taking the vaccine.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
I kind of like how ridiculous things are getting because a lot of people are sensing things aren't right. Let it rip, lol

I think the soft touch is the most deadly one of all.
 

messaggera

Kingfisher
Woman
I talked with a nurse today who handles the vaccines and she told me taking ibuprofin as an anticipation of coming, expected fever, right after the shot, would 'block' the effects......and to give at least 5 or 6 hours after the shot before taking ibuprofin to let the vaccine have a chance to 'work' in your body.

I thought that slip interesting and wanted to share with the forum, sorry if its in wrong thread.
Remember when covid first came out there was talk about Ibuprofen making Covid worse. Not sure if true but here is one study:
NSAID treatment reduced both the antibody and pro-inflammatory cytokine response to SARS-CoV-2 infection. The ability of NSAIDs to modulate the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection has important implications for COVID-19 pathogenesis in patients. Whether this occurs in humans and whether it is beneficial or detrimental to the host remains an important area of future investigation. This also raises the possibility that NSAIDs may alter the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 vaccination. NIH study link
 

Starlight

Woodpecker
Woman
Found this article the other day:
It has some very useful information with links to official government sources and research papers. The article comes across as very normie friendly and just presents the data with conclusions and shows that the “vaccine” is more harmful to children than actual covid.

Also, I was talking to some acquaintances (our kids play sports together) who told me they got their kids covid jabbed. Their reason was so that their kids could go do “stuff” and wouldn’t have to stay home from school. It had nothing to do with anything health related (for example, “I’m really worried about her getting sick” or not even about their daughter possibly killing grandma with covid) but just so that they wouldn’t be impeded by the state/government restrictions… I was flabbergasted and asked them if they’re worried about any long term effects and that it’s never been studied, etc. And they said literally “huh… I never thought about that… now I’m kind of worried…” Yeah, no kidding :rolleyes: Maybe this whole thing really is just a modern Darwinian culling of the herd… Remember when all the liberals were talking about how all the “Trumpers” were going to die of covid? Little did they know…
 
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christie2

Sparrow
Woman
Remember when covid first came out there was talk about Ibuprofen making Covid worse. Not sure if true but here is one study:
I wish Darius wasn't so sick right now so maybe he could explain this abstract in layman's terms as I understand he is a microbiology scholar.
I'm a quick reader but still don't understand this abstract I just read of the NIH link.

But thank you for posting.

Do I tell the 4 people I know who got the jab to take ibuprofin because it will alter how the ingredients of the vaccine will affect them(gambling it will affect them positively?)

I'll just keep my mouth shut for now, it was only one nurse who said this.
 

DelMarMisty

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox
I just spoke to my priest to ask him when I can go to confessions as churches are currently closed. I told him that my work is mandating vaccines and I will not take it. Months ago he said he will never take it, and he has caved and has an appointment for it tomorrow. What was really surprising to me is that he begins telling me that the anti-christ is working through governments etc and that there is nothing we can can do at this time. He mentioned also that governments are threatening that they can't let unvaccinated in, and he wasn't outraged by this? Antiochian Orthodox priest. I'm confused? On one hand he knows this is abnormal, on the other he's telling me he is concerned they wont let unvaccinated people in the church. Won't he let them in, when/if that time comes? I'm not judging the man, he is lovely. I am confused though...

Edit: Well I am sort of judging him, Lord Have Mercy.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Edit: Well I am sort of judging him, Lord Have Mercy.
My old priest is like that. I like him a lot, I think he's a good person and generally well-intentioned, but he's in that weird gray area between boomer and Gen-X where he can't fathom bad things happening, Communism is something old people left behind and modernity is wonderful, and doesn't understand internet culture so everything CNN or your doctor says is true.

A lot of them are terrified of the political climate, though, and fear getting shut down.

Current priest made an announcement that he hopes everyone gets their poke, so you're probably in better company :cool:
 

DelMarMisty

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox
My old priest is like that. I like him a lot, I think he's a good person and generally well-intentioned, but he's in that weird gray area between boomer and Gen-X where he can't fathom bad things happening, Communism is something old people left behind and modernity is wonderful, and doesn't understand internet culture so everything CNN or your doctor says is true.

A lot of them are terrified of the political climate, though, and fear getting shut down.

Current priest made an announcement that he hopes everyone gets their poke, so you're probably in better company :cool:
Wow.... so then, are we insane or is the world? I'm really not sure anymore.
 

DelMarMisty

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox
My old priest is like that. I like him a lot, I think he's a good person and generally well-intentioned, but he's in that weird gray area between boomer and Gen-X where he can't fathom bad things happening, Communism is something old people left behind and modernity is wonderful, and doesn't understand internet culture so everything CNN or your doctor says is true.

A lot of them are terrified of the political climate, though, and fear getting shut down.

Current priest made an announcement that he hopes everyone gets their poke, so you're probably in better company :cool:
Do priests actually read revelation? I am not sure they do.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Do priests actually read revelation? I am not sure they do.

I don't think most put stress on it beyond symbology or "well you'll know it if it happens."

My dad is into eschatology type stuff and has been ranting about RFID chips for years. I know on a personal level this kind of stuff exhausts me--except I remember people in the 90s talking about everything that came down the pipeline. (I was homeschooled, so I got a good exposure to the wide world of kooks and fringe types.)

Who knows. I'm hopeful. There's always been terrible things going on since time immemorial. I had this thought the other day that maybe this is like that transitional period right after the Industrial Revolution where everything got worse but people left the country side and traditional ways for crappy city life.
 

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Robin
Woman
Ironic. I am in Revelation now. Taking it slow one chapter a day. When I finish this third read through of the Bible with my current accountability partner I'm treating myself to Indian food. It’s my crack. But I recently emailed a pastor at my church and was told they are not taking a position for or against the jab. They are there to come along side their flock and help however they can. I didn’t flip out on him but in my head I was screaming would you take the same stance if the topic was abortion. I was very upset when I got that response. Then one of the elders emailed me asking what I needed prayer for and went into a nice rant about how this jab is either the mark or the precursor and I’m disappointed in so many people blind to what’s going on and I have yet to get a reply from him. LOL. Every place has been infiltrated.
 
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