Digital Covid-19 vaccine cards and test results are now supported natively on Android

bandit8623

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Yeah... so, you feel that’s a choice... stay home forever because others don’t want to vaccinate...
That's not how it works. If the virus spreads like they say people will get it and be immune. So at a point you can stop hiding. The lockdown just delayed immunity
 

Squid Surprise

Posts: 4,151   +3,330
That's not how it works. If the virus spreads like they say people will get it and be immune. So at a point you can stop hiding. The lockdown just delayed immunity
Lol, no... if it is allowed to go on unchecked, it will spread, mutate, and even those who are vaccinated might not be immune to it later.... but if everyone (or almost everyone) gets vaccinated, then it won’t be able to mutate and we’ll all be immune... I prefer option 2...
 

bandit8623

Posts: 333   +183
Lol, no... if it is allowed to go on unchecked, it will spread, mutate, and even those who are vaccinated might not be immune to it later.... but if everyone (or almost everyone) gets vaccinated, then it won’t be able to mutate and we’ll all be immune... I prefer option 2...
you mean like the flu? it still mutates and comes back each year. its just another money maker. I can guarantee they will be telling everyone next year to get a another covid booster. getting covid and surviving (99.7 %)is still a better immunity than the vaccine
 

Squid Surprise

Posts: 4,151   +3,330
you mean like the flu? it still mutates and comes back each year. its just another money maker. I can guarantee they will be telling everyone next year to get a another covid booster. getting covid and surviving (99.7 %)is still a better immunity than the vaccine
The flu does mutate.... because we don’t have the best vaccine for it - it’s only about 50% effective - and not enough people get the flu shot...

Getting covid doesn’t necessarily make you immune - and even if you survive, you give it to others, possibly go to the hospital, and take a hospital bed away from someone else...
 

pcnthuziast

Posts: 1,149   +860
Too many variables at play and conspiracies are already mostly fruitless and even toxic, but overall, the circumstances being used as a vehicle for ever increasing overreach, has become the norm globally. Thanks largely to who, the cdc and various governments abroad. Also to China and their bio-weapons research. Special thanks to big pharma and every politician and bureaucrat they're in bed with. Consumerism won't die because the only ones with the power to kill it, still see profitability in the margins and at the bottom. The window may be fleeting, but it's there and it's open. Digital consumption is the current and most powerful model of consumerism and doesn't rely on materialism heavily or exclusively. It's also a proxy for a plethora of things, by design and the consumer today has less power than ever, although money arguably has more depending on the bracket you're in. I can see a future where apartment doors will have digital locks with thumbprint scanners shielded by bullet proof glass sensitive enough to read through even if shattered and entering the property won't just be contingent on whether or not that person is the renter and their rent is paid, but a plethora of other criteria that can all be ascertained off a quick scan of the thumb or perhaps the retina. Warrant out for your arrest? Can't enter 'your' apartment. Homes too, home owners unions and all manner of legalities tied to principalities regarding all these criteria I mentioned. No vaccine? Nope not getting into 'your' apartment or house. The next iteration of society will use the most oppressive paradigm of them all. Inclusivity versus exclusion. Has many names, but exists to divide and through division, cripple and subvert any and all power the people may have had. May have had once, but not anymore. Stop saying 'pc gaming', it's as vague as 'console gamer'. Most console gamers by the statistics only own 1 so clarification in stating their system rather than a generic label makes more sense. For pc gaming too, kind of unfortunately. Heckle if you want because I am saying this with the antithesis of pride, that I am a Windows gamer. Always have been. One can reasonably argue that many games can be played on platforms other than Windows, but not enough for that argument to be bulletproof imho. And so for that reason, clarification isn't frivolous. Sure that makes me a 'pc gamer' as well, but without Windows, I don't game or do anything else on a pc. 11 doesn't interest me at all and I hate that I am again faced with this as I have with previous iterations that people widely regarded as a hard no. That being said, it is largely because of Gates saying at some point something to the effect that MS won't be making anymore new os, I knew it meant just the opposite and something was in the pipeline already. Big push and more compliance, plenty if not most aaa caliber games releasing in 2022 will be 11 only mark my words. My high wore off. lol