^^I'll agree to that sentiment without question.
Not what I was insinuating but excellent counterpoint.
The only reason I posted the quote was because I passed up an earlier opportunity some weeks ago. I figured that upon seeing the statement for a second time that is was worthy of honorable mention.
I don't know the man and wouldn't want his position (re: Dr. Fauci). Not a personal attack or anything of the sort.
As for the disinformation, I couldn't agree more. There are a number of folks who are willing to believe in "the news" and other outlandish systems. I am struck with unfamiliar emotion as I watch society become dependent upon electronica. Sometimes it feels as if I am a stranger in my own house (so to speak). Surreal is, perhaps, the best description of how I feel about current events.
But I also notice your lack of rebuttal to the science - to be fair. No mention of agreement or disagreement in regards to evaluation of anti-body levels, how to determine if someone is "vaccinated" or "in need of vaccination"..........just a blanket policy of everyone receiving the vaccine which has the same length of study path as the studies linked in the article (therefore implying that all decisions in regards to recent actions taken have been a result of "discussion" rather than research).
I am not being reactionary or contrary - I am just watching the data come in and have deliberately only pointed to mainstream (biased in favor of vaccination) articles. -- Please don't fault me for my own snarky take on some of the clickbait I've shared and I won't take anything personally either.
Remember also the acknowledgement that anti-biotics were being over-prescribed as a panacea for all infection (viral, bacterial, etc.) before it was found that they were resulting in "super-bugs".
Again, I am observing and have my own thoughts in regards to recent actions.
Edited by Myc, 05 October 2021 - 09:54 PM.