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Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.
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On Sun, 18 Apr 2021 15:59:50 -0700 (PDT), True North
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On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


It was the second shot that caused some folks to have problems. If you could
read, you would have realized that, simpleton. So Ontario is full of followers,
eh? Must make a sycophant feel good, as that's what they do.
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On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote: Socialized medicine, anyone? https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/ -- Freedom Isn't Free!A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


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On Sun, 18 Apr 2021 19:24:23 -0400, John wrote:

On Sun, 18 Apr 2021 15:59:50 -0700 (PDT), True North
wrote:

On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


It was the second shot that caused some folks to have problems.


I didn't have anything at all with my second Pfizer shot.



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On Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 6:59:51 PM UTC-4, True North wrote:
On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


What took Kanaduh so long? I'm 20 years younger than you, and already have both my vaccines. You admit that you have medical issues
that should put you at the front of the line, but you're just now getting #1? Your "health care" system sucks!
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On Sun, 18 Apr 2021 22:03:19 -0400, wrote:

On Sun, 18 Apr 2021 19:24:23 -0400, John wrote:

On Sun, 18 Apr 2021 15:59:50 -0700 (PDT), True North
wrote:

On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


It was the second shot that caused some folks to have problems.


I didn't have anything at all with my second Pfizer shot.


The folks I've talked to all had Moderna.
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On 4/18/21 6:59 PM, True North wrote:
On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


In the DisUnited States of 'Merica, we pride ourselves on our near-daily
mass shootings. We lead the world in that.

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On Mon, 19 Apr 2021 08:52:32 -0400, Keyser Söze
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On 4/18/21 6:59 PM, True North wrote:
On Sunday, 18 April 2021 at 18:58:53 UTC-3, John H wrote:
Socialized medicine, anyone?

https://www.reuters.com/world/americ...io-2021-04-18/
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A lot of people in Ontario seem to follow the 'merican lead demonstrating against lockdowns, mask wearing etc.
Y'all can't blame our medical system for that.
BTW got my vaccine yesterday afternoon and unlike you and your girliemen, no effects at all. I had to press on the injection site on my upper arm to feel a slight tenderness. Otherwise nada, none zero
The process was very organized too, arrived 15 minutes early and was whisked in right away for registration and then injection by a doctor.
I told him about my autoimmune problem back in 2014 and a suspected allergy to a substance used in some medication so he told me to hang around in the waiting space for half an hour vs the usual 15 minutes.


In the DisUnited States of 'Merica, we pride ourselves on our near-daily
mass shootings. We lead the world in that.


They have really seemed to ramp up since Biden took office and the
idea that this is always some right wing white guy is not proving to
be true. Black folks are reaching equality in that arena too.

The reality is you are still more likely to be killed by lighting than
to be shot by a stranger in a mass shooting ... unless you are in the
illegal drug trade. That is where most "mass shootings" occur, using
the media definition.


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