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(Twitter)   If your dream is to visit Yankee Stadium in the middle of the night and get vaccinated then we have some exciting news for you   (twitter.com) divider line
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2021-03-03 1:25:37 AM  
The catch is it's really just Derek Jeter ejaculating the "vaccine" onto you.
 
2021-03-03 1:26:51 AM  
does the nighttime vaccine contain alcohol?
 
2021-03-03 1:27:03 AM  
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This is going to be awesome.
 
2021-03-03 1:30:36 AM  
Just make sure you don't wear red socks.
 
2021-03-03 1:40:08 AM  

Judge Judy and Executioner: The catch is it's really just Derek Jeter ejaculating the "vaccine" onto you.


but think of the gift basket! and the herpes.
 
2021-03-03 6:31:31 AM  
Sounds like an Alex Rodriguez fantasy camp, only you're not getting vaccinated against slow twitch response.
 
2021-03-03 7:20:39 AM  
Is there some reason why the Red Cross can't use their Bloodmobiles to do Covid vaccinations? They're already set up with refrigeration, beds and purpose-built cabinets to contain medical supplies. And are presumably designed to be far more easily sterilized than your average bus.
 
2021-03-03 7:42:07 AM  
my dream is to experience Mickey Mantles favorite moment at the stadium

https://www.styleforum.net/threads/mi​c​key-mantles-favorite-experience-in-yan​kee-stadium.224383/


probably NSFW
 
2021-03-03 10:29:22 AM  

NutWrench: Is there some reason why the Red Cross can't use their Bloodmobiles to do Covid vaccinations? They're already set up with refrigeration, beds and purpose-built cabinets to contain medical supplies. And are presumably designed to be far more easily sterilized than your average bus.


As I was vaccinated a couple of hours ago, I can answer that question.

For mass vaccinations, you need space. My vaccination was at a community center using the basketball court. I waited in line outside for about 20 minutes. Went inside for a temperature check, then to the sign in station, then to a person who had me sign some forms.  There were probably about 10 of these stations. Then off to get vaccinated. Finally an area to sit for 15 minutes in case of side effects.  Your second does is scheduled at the same time in 3 weeks.

Given that the clinic first day and time was 8 am today, and my appointment was 8:45, everything was amazingly well run. I think the clinic will do over 300 a day.
 
2021-03-03 11:55:36 AM  
I'm sure anti-vaxxers aka idiots will try messing with this.
 
2021-03-03 6:03:37 PM  

NutWrench: Is there some reason why the Red Cross can't use their Bloodmobiles to do Covid vaccinations? They're already set up with refrigeration, beds and purpose-built cabinets to contain medical supplies. And are presumably designed to be far more easily sterilized than your average bus.


I'm guessing that having people vaccinated *inside* of the Bloodmobiles doesn't conform with CDC guidelines.

So all it really provides is mobile storage for the vaccine. I suppose that serves a purpose, but doesn't help with mass vaccinations.
 
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