The Chloroquine Wars Part XCI
Aaron Rodgers said he has to wear a yellow wrist band when “at work” to show he’s not vaccinated :-/
How about we all start wearing yellow wrist bands in support of him.
more and more athletes seem to be having heart conditions, blood clots, young, fit, healthy people, https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/athletes-covid-vaccines-and-life
So can we just mention that awesome "I'm your Huckleberry" t-shirt?
The cases of well-known athletes having severe reactions to the vaccine raises the same issue in regards to other “famous” people. I wrote the below back in May. Now it’s even worse:
For a vaccine that’s supposed to be safe, there seem to be a lot of “famous” people dying after getting it. Hank Aaron, Cicely Tyson, Marvin Hagler, Larry King, the rapper DMX, there was an actor famous in India who was a spokesperson for getting the vaccine, a CNN legal analyst who promoted getting the vaccine, and now these two:
39-year-old model, Malaysian Olympic archer die days after COVID vaccines
British fashion model Stephanie Dubois suffered a blood clot days after vaccination with AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine, while a young two-time Olympian died 10 days after receiving Pfizer’s vaccine.
Wed May 26, 2021 - 9:17 am EST
As this list shows there’s a range of being “famous”. Can it be quantified? This article associated it to having a wiki page:
01.22.2013 09:00 AM
The Fraction of Famous People in the World
Is there any way to determine the fraction of notable people on the planet? Wired Science blogger Samuel Arbesman considers various ways to calculate how many of the world's humans are famous.
Putting It at 1/10,000 worldwide, or 1/2,000 in the English speaking world. But this would give really high numbers for the numbers of the average person dying worldwide from the vaccine. If there really were 1/10,000 “famous” people in the world, then just from this list of 11 “famous” people dying after the vaccine that would correspond to 110,000 people worldwide dying from the vaccine.
This really is so great! I'm not a sports fan so I confess to never having heard of him despite the fact that I am a graduate of University of Wisconsin at Green Bay lol. I've watched half the video so far and it truly is outstanding and I am thrilled that over 3/4 of a million people have seen it so far.
Thanks for that. For that German article you linked to, Google did a translation for me when opening it.
For purposes of accuracy, it should be noted the 75 athletes discussed there are not just deaths but cardiac problems where they survived.
Also there have been cardiac issues for professional athletes before the vax. Then a statistical analysis needs to be done. If previously there were perhaps 1 or 2 per year, but now 10 to 20 that is extremely concerning.
"This is one of those interviews that you may want to watch now before it gets banned from YouTube. The all seeing eye is ever vigilant, and jealous of your attention spectrum."
Good reminder of the importance of my hackneyed mantra, see something save something. Wayback will save youtube posts as well as text based content for when it disappears. Even better for those of us with a Wayback button on the toolbar the 404 NOT FOUND ERROR will trigger a pop up asking if you want to redirect to a saved copy. That of course relies on someone saving in the first place. :~)
Aaron Rodgers has always had an independent streak. If it was someone else, I would expect the next move to be to sacrifice themselves on the altar of outrage and put on a big show about getting vaccinated, but I suspect Rodgers would rather retire than submit. I’m not into the whole hero worship thing, but anyone that brings mass media exposure to the situation is pretty cool in my opinion. I would suspect most of the GB fans are pretty damn proud to have him as their QB, as the Masked Cult of Vaxxlandia, US Division, mostly exists in the coastal metropolises. The rest of the country, from what I’ve seen, is in a constant state of facepalm.
Players have put someone else's urine into their own bladder to pass drug tests. These teams have their own medical staff. Does anyone seriously think that a player who has put someone else's urine into their bladder isn't going to tell the doc to shoot the poison into the sink? And the doc is going to do it. Does anyone seriously think that Tom Brady, well known for being obsessed with his health, said sure, you can jab me. No way I'm taking your BTC wager!
Being "anti-vax" is an option I wouldn't deny someone. I understand why Rogers would be tempted to lie and say he was vaxxed. But it still failed to support people who are afraid of or opposed to the vaccines on ethical grounds.
one thing i dont get: how do rogan and crawford get mabs? they dont fit criteria do they?
He should be supported for standing up for his medical rights. His original answer was completely appropriate to an inappropriate question about his medical status.
We lost a young man near me - sudden cardiac arrest after a soccer game he was playing in: