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  1. No, mainly because I've not had a chance to try them. We would have been on the previous Rotterdam this year. I'm happy with Signature Class, and like what Pinnacle has to offer. On the itinerary side of things, I miss those smaller ships very much!
  2. So far, I've provided the facts, from public testimony. If that testimony is reassuring to you, you're welcome.
  3. According to CDC director Walensky, she is still trying to convince the rest of her staff to take the vaccine using town halls and seminars. None of them claimed that postponing vaccination, was ethical within their agencies. I haven't declared it a scandal or reassuring, but they are certainly behind many Las Vegas casinos.
  4. May 13th, originally posted here: I don't see why it matters. PBS News, Dr. Fauci, Kessler, and Walensky having nothing to do with "Mr. Producer Media" https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/watch-live-fauci-kessler-walensky-testify-before-house-on-safely-ending-covid-pandemic
  5. The CDC is having trouble getting their own employees vaccinated. I guess there's more science denying scientists, then science denying blackjack dealers.
  6. Our 2022 cruise has gone up by $200 pp, and I value this promo by $100 - $150 less. As light drinkers, I viewed the previous promo as more of a wash, but convenient. Today, I would probably book the base fare.
  7. I don't think you should rely on mine, yours, or anyone else's biased opinion, on large groups of people, especially when it comes to a polarized take on integrity or perfection. I brought you the anomaly, disregard it as you wish.
  8. According to Politfacts, 37.1% of the US population got the Flu vaccine in 2017, the most recent data at the time of the article, but tends to be closer to 50%.
  9. 3,000 in 4 months is a significant jump over 100 in the prior year, where stress and dehydration would also have been factors. I'm not going to discuss subjective opinions about who's trustworthy, other than the shady history of some of these vaccine developers.
  10. These stem from on site reactions after vaccination, where the patient later died at the hospital. Timeframes may vary. If someone leaves a vaccination site, and has a reaction at home, it is no longer under VAERS. I find it odd that a standard year has 100 - 250 of these type of cases, yet the last 4 months have produced 3,000. I don't consider .00158% dangerous. I am concerned about the long term side effects of a new vaccine technology, where the masses are the test subjects.
  11. Coffeebean: "mRNA technology has been studied since 1990. Here is some information about it....... mRN Vaccines - A New Era in Vaccinology: Absolutely, and we're going to find out soon if they've nailed it.
  12. You might not like the 3,005 quote, but it came from their website. Why don't you ask the CDC for a retraction?
  13. If official CDC adverse cases and numbers are debunked, why not search yourself? It makes no sense to get frustrated with other's searching skills if you're stumped yourself.
  14. Straight numbers from the CDC are not harmful. You claimed to be interested in current "bad side effects", that's the best I've got at the moment. Assuming you were being sincere in not knowing, there's no reason to turn to name calling. 2020 had no increase in mortality over 2019, which makes sense at a .03% death rate. Is the vaccine worse? I have no idea, and neither do you.
  15. It is estimated that only 1% of adverse reactions get reported to VARES. Short term side effects only, immediately after vaccination. https://medalerts.org/vaersdb/findfield.php?TABLE=ON&GROUP1=AGE&EVENTS=ON&VAX=COVID19&VAXTYPES=COVID-19 Based on the death numbers, this is not your normal flu shot:
  16. Both AZ and J&J boasted about a 75% effectiveness against symptomatic Covid-19. That's the same as catching covid without their vaccine, so I guess it's a placebo with side effects. Should we really have trusted J&J anyways? https://www.forbes.com/sites/danielcassady/2020/10/05/johnson--johnson-to-pay-100-million-in-baby-powder-settlement/?sh=33bd925f72c9
  17. Small Pox and Measles vaccines are not mRNA. This technology has never been a success in prior experiments, yet we're suppose to trust the long term effects of a rushed job. We won't know the long term side effects until the sample size (in this case, the whole world) have been vaccinated for a few years.
  18. https://www.businessinsider.com/billionaires-became-5-trillion-richer-during-pandemic-forbes-list-2021-4
  19. We have those who are afraid of the virus: https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/worlds-deadliest-pandemics-by-population-impact-1030222446 And those who are afraid of Pfizer https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pfizer-bextra-idUSTRE49G43220081017
  20. I'm going to hog a chair by the pool, with my emotional support pet!
  21. "Cross pollination" is a strawman, but thank you for clarifying what happened.
  22. "I have an Open Passage with Azamara, booked onboard Celebrity." My answer is not going to change, nor is the likelihood of of anyone's suspicions. They can research whether this was possible, or assume.
  23. I though I was clear in my original post, but certainly clarified on post #12. I'm not going to answer the same question multiple times, so everyone is free to choose the answer that works best for them.
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