This afternoon.

What are we?

Dart boards?

Sieves?

Idiots?

All three?

We may never know.

Earlier: Slow On The Uptake

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          1. Cui Bono?

            I’ve explained my logical and rational reasons multiple times before Nigel. I don’t need to explain again but because you’re not the sharpest I’ll go again:

            1. My risk from hospitalisation from covid is only 0.023%
            2. My risk of death from covid is only 0.00014% – https://qcovid.org/
            3. I’m happy to take this risk
            4. The vaccines available are still on trial until 2023 and we don’t know the full risks yet, especially long term risks. Time will tell.
            5. They do not stop transmission.
            6. I know many with nasty side effects from them, 2 hospitalised.

            Goodbye Nigel.

          2. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

            I tried your calculator thingy,
            when I put in ethnicity Irish my chances were better than when I put the truth ( Scots Irish) I wonder is that based on ethnicity or countries figures.

          3. Nigel

            Good for you, Bono. You have to ignore a load of other factors, or dismiss them as fake news or whatever, but ok.

          4. Clampers Outside

            I’m not the one pedalling nonsense.

            Women are men, men are women, women have a penis, women’s sports performance peaks are lower than men’s because of how they were raised, acceptable sexual assault due to dropping safeguards, puberty blockers are harmless and reversible, etc….

            It’ll always be funny,, shockingly so, your nonsense.

        1. Termagant

          They don’t grow on trees Are Nige
          Nor are they charitably donated to the state by the pharmaceutical companies

          1. hmmm

            Except Big Pharma has already privatised the public health service to do its bidding:

            Push, unsafe, untested vaccines.

            But already know that Nigel – you do their bidding too.

            Remember a year ago when vax pass and endless boosters were mentioned and you and your ilk screamed nonsense?

            Now where are we?

            Oh, and unapproved, untested vaccines should never be given to children. Anybody supporting that is also a shill / useful idiot for big harma.

            https://rairfoundation.com/great-britain-excess-mortality-among-children-after-vaccine-rollout/

          2. Termagant

            Your problem Big N, or part of it at least, is that you trust the boyos in charge to be capable of running a multi-billion-euro enterprise in a way that is effective, functional and fair, despite all evidence to the contrary
            Go on, nationalise pharmaceuticals. See how quickly Denis O’Brien moves into pharma consultancy and receives a serious of hefty contracts, I dare you
            It’s just poor judgement, not your fault

          3. Nigel

            ‘Except Big Pharma has already privatised the public health service to do its bidding’

            That’s the opposite of ‘mationalise.’

        2. E'Matty

          The overwhelming majority of people’s lives are under absolutely no threat whatsoever from this virus with a 99.7% survival rate, arguably even better now all the elderly and vulnerable vaxxed up to their eyeballs.

  1. anolderman

    I seem to remember a figure of 22m injections being a target for Ireland. Quick media search only gets me a 14m figure but I do remember being shocked reading it. So I think its fair 5 injections is the aspiration. I suspect this is economic in that as the anglo sphere is bust & those printing money need to have clients to take it as debt. Injection costs 25 Dr gets another 30. Lets say 50 yoyos x 22m = 1.1bn. Nice for a place the size of Manchester doing our bit to save the empire. Cant wait to read the screeching on this point. Do try and consider it in a calm way.

    1. Cian

      Back in 2020, before any vaccines were approved, Ireland (like most western countries) put in full orders across multiple vendors to get enough vaccines for the whole population. At the time they ordered enough from each manufacturer to cover the whole population (in case only one vaccine got approval) – resulting in us being oversupplied if all vaccines made it to market.

  2. gallantman

    Imagine if we were paying directly for these vaccines as a consumer. Say 100 euro a pop.What we were promised in sales pitches for each one versus what we got so far. We’d all be up in arms asking for your money back and looking for solutions elsewhere.

    1. johnny

      ..yeah,apple tried that with the Iphone,no way people would line up like lemons,every few months for wha..a upgrade stop.

      1. goldenbrown

        that’s yanks johnny
        as bad as we have become we’re not full on americaniZed here. not yet anyway.

  3. Gavin

    Ah come on, 5 shots and repeat every 3- 6 months, never in the history of vaccines has this been required. For something which kills in the main 60+ with underlying conditions, it’s insanity. Sure get it if you are in that group, but expecting healthy people to submit this is crazy.

  4. Broadbag

    I think people are deliberately mis-reading the info – it’s 2 doses of the CURRENT vaccine + 1 dose of CURRENT booster to protect against omicron:

    https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/biontech-pfizer-say-test-shows-3-doses-vaccine-neutralise-omicron-2021-12-08/

    ”In the first official statement from manufacturers on the efficacy of their vaccine against Omicron, they said two doses resulted in significantly lower neutralising antibodies but a third dose boosted those antibodies by a factor of 25….Nevertheless, the companies said they would continue efforts to bring an Omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine to market.”

    Please stop hoovering up stupid headlines and presenting them as facts.

    1. Gavin

      You have to admit it was confusing the way the rep from Pfizer phrased it. Sounded like he was talking about a vaccine for omicron alone. So 2 core jabs, then a booster, and then booster shots every year or 6 months?

      1. Broadbag

        Agree it was confusing, but it comes down to where you source your ‘news’ – I knew this BS post was wrong because I saw one headline earlier today that made it crystal clear. I also think it’s super ‘convenient’ for Pfizer to find another reason why people should take their booster, but put that aside for now, this entire post from BS should be retracted as it’s an honest mistake at best, deliberately misleading fake news at worst.

  5. Chris

    I think this is great news. Accelerate. Those that are still so entwined with the narrative, are beyond help anyway.
    The WHO said 2025 as an end date, the pin cushion model could shave two years of it.

  6. Jeffrey

    Not been here for a while, I see we have gone full antivax / conspi on here… lovely. I could smell it over a year ago but wow, that went downhill fast. G’luck guys.

    1. Fergalito

      Nice of you to pop on anyway Jeffrey and stick your lad in the mashed potatoes, especially since you couldn’t smell it almost a year ago …

  7. ian-oG

    Well if there was any doubt about Bill Gates sticky fingers being all over this then that is gone.

    I mean, what else can anyone think of that has to be updated/’boosted’ over and over and over again?

    And still not work right?

    2001 – Clippy the paperclip:
    ”It looks like you’re writing a letter, would you like help?”

    2021 – Stabby the syringe:
    ”It looks like you’re taking a vaccine, would you like help?”

  8. Oro

    Has anyone on here ever had the Hepatitis vaccine? It’s either 2 or 3 doses, at which point you’re tested to see if you’ve developed a reaction to it and to see if your body has developed protection. If not, you repeat the 3 dose treatment (if you choose). The whole process can take over a year.

    I can only imagine the heads spinning around here with the outsider syndrome tall stories about what is ‘really going on’ if they had go through that lolol.

      1. Oro

        My point was about the non prescribed method of attaining protection using a vaccine, and how it varies from person to person. It isn’t looked at in a way that people think is conspiratorial, yet the same rules don’t seem to apply to the covid vaccine.

        People (on here) are so inflexible on all of the medical factors regarding this covid vaccine and I don’t understand why. Especially when there is precedence for that exact situation with other pre-existing vaccines. I suppose now you’ll do a “experimental tech / isn’t a vaccine” quotes haha.

        1. benblack

          So many words and posts that say absolutely nothing – nothing definitive to say about anything, no matter the topic.

          Vague personal observations with the obligatory ‘haha’ or ‘lol’ stuck on at the end of every post.

          If you’ve nothing to say, don’t say it. If you do have something to say, please express it a coherent manner without the supercilious tone.

    1. Micko

      “ at which point you’re tested to see if you’ve developed a reaction to it”

      Oh Christ. If ONLY we did that. That’d be good science.

      And test people before they received the vaccine too.

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