Reasoning For Why You Think One President is Better

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    The Actual Boss Advanced
    Im crying at this moment
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    ImNatalie Novice
    awwe sorry
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    The Hermit Novice
    The fact that you won't use sources is a waste of my time; and anyone else's who is trying to have a decent conversation/debate with you.

    And no, you're not hurting my feelings. Far from it, actually. 😂
    Just interesting to watch so many people try to talk to you, who have legitimate points and sources; and you dont have any.
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    The Actual Boss Advanced
    Its alright... all my smart brain juices are just leaking outta my eyes due to the frustration of them working too hard by trying to understand your logic
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    ImNatalie Novice
    If I share something then some people can get sad or anything.
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    ImNatalie Novice
    So not gonna do that in case
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    DaughterOfApollo Hot Shot
    Okay, imma be honest, I only read like the last two pages and want to put my two cents in.

    With saying that you can breathe fine with a mask on, I’m going to have to slightly disagree here. Over the summer, I worked in a fairly large store where I would be running around at an average of 5miles daily throughout the store. We were required to wear masks, and if I was just standing there or walking around the store, then yes, I can breathe normally. However, if I’m lifting stuff and going up and down stairs quickly then it gets harder to breathe in a mask. On top of that, I also have glasses, so if I’m taking deeper breaths, my glasses fog up and then I couldn’t see, but if I took my glasses off, I also wouldn’t be able to see. So my only solution was to go someplace only employee could go to so I could take my mask off and catch my breath and de-fog my glasses. I do think that masks should be worn in public places for the safety of others, but if no one is around, I don’t think you should be required to wear one (like if I’m going for a walk around my neighborhood, I shouldn’t be required to wear a mask because I live in a small neighborhood and maybe I’ll only see one or two people and we all avoid each other)

    Covid can definitely infect and kill children. While yes, they do have a higher chance of living, it’s not a guarantee that they are going to live. There have been cases where perfectly normal and healthy people with no underlying conditions dying from Covid. And let’s say that if a child does get it and they show no symptoms, they can still pass the disease to other people who can pass it to other people and then it’s possible that at least one of those people end up dying from it. I think that’s a big concern with children getting it because if they’re living with a grandparent who has a weakened immune system and the child gets Covid, it’ll most likely be passed into that grandparent and there’s a high chance that they will die.

    Covid affects everyone differently. So while you might have only been sick for two days and thought that it wasn’t that bad, someone else your age could’ve had it for two weeks and thought that they were dying, or they did die. There’s a new study I think that says they now think Covid was in America weeks before the first case in China was reported, which makes me think that I actually had it because at the end of August and beginning of September, I was pretty sick and it definitely wasn’t the flu. It started off with me just coughing for about a week and then I woke up one day not feeling great, but I still went to work because I was the only one working in the morning and I thought that I was okay. About 2-3 hours after being at work, I started getting chills and I was shaking really bad and was just like “I have to go back to my room” so I went back and crawled under all of my blankets. I lost my appetite that day and all I basically did was sleep because anytime I moved, my head hurt and I also just kept coughing. I didn’t go to work for the next three days (called in sick the next day and then I was scheduled to have the following two days off, but I wouldn’t have gone anyway). I forced myself to eat on the second day and drink a lot of water, and I don’t know how to describe it, but it just didn’t feel like the flu. This was the only time where I thought about going to the doctor because I was sick and just didn’t know what I had, and I think if I was sick for the whole week with a fever, then I would’ve gone (I was living in Alaska without a car, so it would’ve been difficult to get to a doctor), and I did debate on having my roommate take me to see a doctor because there was a point where I thought I was going to die. And also, none of my other roommates got sick (we were living in a small room with bunk beds). On the third day is when my fever broke, however, I had lost my voice and couldn’t really talk for the next week, and was also still coughing all the way up till the end of September, which wouldn’t happen with the flu. So if I actually had Covid, while it might’ve only taken you 2 days to recover, it took me a good month till I stopped coughing. And I too have no underlying health conditions
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    ImNatalie Novice
    Well, it's your opinion
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    ImNatalie Novice
    Mostly, the people who die/died from covid had health problems or sicknesses before they got sick with it. Also, doctors the people who die from it are mostly the people that got vaccine shots before they got sick with it.
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    ImNatalie Novice
    doctors say*
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    The Actual Boss Advanced
    So, ur saying f--- ill and old people
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    DaughterOfApollo Hot Shot
    Which doctors have said that? Can you provide a link? Because from my understanding on how vaccines work, even if you are vaccinated, you can still get that disease. No vaccine is 100% effective; they just greatly reduce your chance of getting said disease. And they also take a couple weeks to fully kick in after you’ve gotten the vaccine (so if you get the disease during that time period, you’re still just as likely to get the disease as you were before you got the vaccine because it doesn’t just immediately start working, and is why it’s recommended to get your flu shot a few weeks before flu season starts) and sometimes you need to get another one or two doses and then a booster shot whenever after that.

    For example, the JE disease (it’s carried and transmitted by a specific type of mosquitos found mostly in Asia and is a disease that attacks the brain) has a vaccine that needs to be administered through rounds:
    “ IXIARO is given as a two-dose series, with the doses spaced 28 days apart. Adults aged 18–65 years can get the second dose as early as 7 days after the first dose. The last dose should be given at least 1 week before travel. A booster dose (third dose) should be given if a person has received the two-dose primary vaccination series one year or more previously and there is a continued risk for JE virus infection or potential for reexposure.”

    Just because you’ve had the initial two doses of this vaccine, if you don’t get that booster shot after a year and are still exposed to the virus, you can get it
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    ImNatalie Novice
    I've actually seen multiple videos, and posts. That's what you think not me. No one required proof. If you really need proof you can google @DaughterOfApollo or use Youtube
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    ImNatalie Novice
    It's your opinion and not mine. My opinion is that they are bad and useless
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    DaughterOfApollo Hot Shot
    I am requiring proof. If you’re going to make that claim, then you need to provide proof. Because all my findings are suggesting the opposite of what you said

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