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I'll have to give the last one an "odd rating" Time delay chuckle did occur :)
Covidiots think that an immune system is invincibility.
I've got an immune that has been well trained to fight covid by its trainer, Moderna, who is apparently up there with Emmanuel Steward. When covid showed up for its scheduled bout with my immune system, once Michael Buffer had said "let's get ready to rumble" and Mills Lane had said "let's get it on!", my immune system handled covid like covid was Marvis Frazier and my immune system was Larry Holmes and Mike Tyson.
After that round covid was missing an ear...that's the rumor. Elon's musk was rubbed in covids eye which was fair in that bout.
Very confused, I was under the impression only Republicans had immune systems?
My immune system is a commie and had to get a handout from Moderna and Phizer both.
I have an immune system. Turns out it was shyte at battling tuberculosis; that took quarantine and a year's worth of antibiotics.
Here's what anti-vaxxers need to understand...
Of course, I have an immune system. But it is not perfect. That is why I have annual physicals, skin cancer screenings, colonoscopies, get annual Flu shots, etc. And that is why I have been vaccinated and boosted and have not (to the best of my knowledge) had even a mild case of Covi-19.
those nanobots work!
Most people are born with immune systems. However, only those of us with functioning brains understand the difference between an immune system and invincibility.
I do, but it gets confused VERY easily on what it's SUPPOSED to be doing. Most of the time it's pretty much a hyperactive puppy on cocaine, as evidenced by my chronic hayfever, asthma and eczema.
@Thanks I Hate It been there. I had a period in my life 20 years ago (my thirties) when all of these were acting up, making me miserable, including a bizarre swelling all over my face (I looked like a boxer after a fight) followed by a full-body rash I’m assuming was eczema that came for about a week. This bizarre affliction lasted in four-month cycles, almost like clockwork, for two years. It all got better as mysteriously as it had come on and haven’t had an issue since. The asthma is still there but mostly dormant.
The point of this TMI is that it might get better. Maybe I was lucky. It sure sucked while it was happening.
As we know, a lot of people don’t die from COVID directly, but from the cytokine storm their immune response kicks up.