Discussion in 'Blazers OT Forum' started by SlyPokerDog, Jan 3, 2020.
Its relevant news?
In NO way is this relevant. Not a single person with teeth and common sense thinks the vaccine is 100%. I've posted this exact thing to you 5 times on here. People are NOT getting vaccinated because they say it isn't 100%...... potato heads on here actually believe this and you are fanning the flames. It's stuff like this that will keep this from ending. I will never tell somebody i wish someone in their lives would die from this, that would be horrible, but if it did happen, it might open their eyes that this shit isn't a game. This shit is real.
But isn't it good to educate the vaccinated that it isn't as effective as they may believe? Many who are vaccinated act and live as if it is. While its good to get back to normal life, there's a certain section of persons who believes the unvaccinated are less than human. They wish death upon others and celebrate when the unvaccinated die. Its a very grim and fucked up point of view.
This isn't some Fox News/Right Wing post here, its Newsweek.
Still gotta exercise caution and know that there are risk factors, even when vaccinated. Especially in the vulnerable populations.
So you think the people who are vaccinated are being more risky and living a more normal life than unvaccinated. You actually believe this bro! Fuck no you don't believe this. You are smarter than this homie!
You think the people who refuse to wear masks and are getting in fights on the planes and restaurants are the VACCINATED! Fuck outta here with that man.
I never said that.
I do wonder if Powell got a booster shot. He would certainly qualify for early administration of one due to age and his immunocompromised condition.
Ill be the first to admit i loosened up on my social distancing on e fully vaxxed. I didnt go crazy but i started bringing musicians over again to record aNd went out more(with a mask)
i think many people loosened up at first and possibly still are.
I did too. I went to fucking Las Vegas for my bachelor party and went to indoor packed nightclubs with no mask. Probably stupid, but there was no chance I would have taken a chance like that unvaccinated (although many young people are doing so)
Anyway, getting Married this weekend in Dallas. Hope everything is safe COVID wise. The reception is on an open air rooftop, so hopefully that helps as well. As far as I know, everyone's vaccinated at least on my side, I had an aunt who is anti-vaxxed and isn't going because of that.
Blasting this out to everyone attending.
COVID-19 and Safety
If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or have been recently exposed to anyone with COVID-19, we ask that you not attend any of the events for the weekend. We will have hand sanitizer and face masks at the reception and we also ask that you exercise caution in your interactions with everyone.
Do as I say, not as I do?
I know the risk factors, and I was prepared to isolate, etc. For our bottle service, we chose clubs with outdoor patios, so that's something I guess lolz. Still gotta live life bro, everyone in our crew was vaccinated and no one tested positive so that's saying something.
Still gotta exercise caution.
Or know the risks, which we did.
I don't want to wear masks in venues if everyone is vaccinated anyways. I think I've made that position known too. Blazers are playing in LA next week with that mandate, and honestly I'm gonna not go unless I happen to get an awesome seat, which is doubtful.
I'll be there with my wife in great seats.
sorry to hear that.
Blazers game in LA.
I mean, I'd only want floor seats with no one in front of me good or behind the blazers bench by 2-3 rows. I'm really picky when it comes to away games, in Portland I'll sit in the 300 level no worries
But in LA, its not worth to go if you don't get awesome seats. I can get seats with the Blazer Fans LA group, they have some decent 100 level seats but going to Staples Center in traffic THEN having to put a mask on for the game when you are buzzin' doesn't seem worth it.
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