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10 minutes ago, theprogram4 said:

A lot of racist remarks came from beltzville locals last summer, so much that they made the Concerned Citizens of Beltzville FB group private so the public couldn’t see their racism.  

Yeah seriously it’s a free country. People act like people from NJ and NY aren’t welcome in PA 

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It will be interesting to see what happens with my offices reopening the office plans. As of now, we are still planning to open July 13th with some strict guidelines in place but with numbers on the r

Negative for covid-19. Time to start drinking. 

I let his dad visit him today as he is only allowed one visitor per day. He is out of ICU now and joking with the nurses. He is writing down all the nurses names and said he wants to get a cake with a

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On 4/2/2021 at 10:25 AM, RidgeRacer said:

I guess it varies...I thought it was an immune system thing. For example if you have a baller immune system you get the side effects because it's working. Silly uneducated assumption on my part I guess. Don't get me wrong I'm grateful nor do I want to necessarily be down and out.

Got the second Fauci ouchie Pfizer stab yesterday at 2pm.  Not sure why, but it burned significantly more so than the first shot.  Don’t know if it was what’s in the shot or how it was administered.  Son says that if they inject slow, it burns more.

Other than far more arm pain than the first shot, initial effects were non-existent.  However that would be short-lived.

Woke up around 4am with raging headache, fever, chills, muscle and joint soreness, nausea, overall lethargy and fatigue.  It was just like having the flu, even eyes hurt to open them.  No, I didn’t have anything to drink prior either.

Guess it’s better than being in ICU with a tube down my throat...

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Got the second Fauci ouchie Pfizer stab yesterday at 2pm.  Not sure why, but it burned significantly more so than the first shot.  Don’t know if it was what’s in the shot or how it was administered.  Son says that if they inject slow, it burns more.
Other than far more arm pain than the first shot, initial effects were non-existent.  However that would be short-lived.
Woke up around 4am with raging headache, fever, chills, muscle and joint soreness, nausea, overall lethargy and fatigue.  It was just like having the flu, even eyes hurt to open them.  No, I didn’t have anything to drink prior either.
Guess it’s better than being in ICU with a tube down my throat...

Amazing how it varies by person.
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No, I didn’t have anything to drink prior either.

Therein lies the problem, lots of water all day and after, a beer and a bourbon, no issues other than wanting to hit the snooze button a few extra times the next morning...


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A lot of racist remarks came from beltzville locals last summer, so much that they made the Concerned Citizens of Beltzville FB group private so the public couldn’t see their racism.  

Have to bite my virtual tongue on that group sometimes, but it was a mess last summer on weekends. Already got kicked out of Pleasant Valley Community. Sometimes I thought that group was prepping for the electric boogaloo.
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16 minutes ago, RidgeRacer said:

Just fyi...there are a ton of available vaccine appointments at wind creek for their upcoming dates.

And LVHN / SLHN

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2 hours ago, RidgeRacer said:

Just fyi...there are a ton of available vaccine appointments at wind creek for their upcoming dates.

I saw that we are getting close to the point there will be more vaccine than people who want them. The last 30% of the population will be tough to convince to get vaccinated.   

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Yeah I just changed my kids appointment from tomorrow (where I believe she was supposed to get the JJ) to next Tues where I know she'll be getting the Pfizer. Wife got an appointment for Pfizer as well.

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44 minutes ago, RidgeRacer said:

Yeah I just changed my kids appointment from tomorrow (where I believe she was supposed to get the JJ) to next Tues where I know she'll be getting the Pfizer. Wife got an appointment for Pfizer as well.

I was able to keep my appointment, just needed to switch to moderna. 

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To jump on the college news bandwagon here. Villanova has brought its graduate schools back onto campus for the summer session and are anticipating 100% of classes will be in person in the fall. 

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5 minutes ago, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

Do you like this or did you prefer virtual?

I did my entire master's program online. Although I signed up for the virtual online program specifically because I didn't have the time to drive to a PSU campus each week. So it was different than what people are experiencing now (what you wanted/paid for vs. forced virtual) but I enjoyed doing my program online. 

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I don't like virtual at all, but that's just me. I know a lot of people do like it and I completely get the convenience factor but I just get much more out of actually going to a class. 

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