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(CBC)   Americans plan to invade Canada with their sparkling vaccinated bodies, glistening with droplets and their immune biceps flexing next to Pfizer hair like it's nothing   (cbc.ca) divider line
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2021-05-14 9:20:48 PM  
Canadians. Massing 90% of their population within 90 miles of the US border preparing for invasion. Then lulling us with LetterKenny.

/insidious
 
2021-05-14 9:31:00 PM  
Time for a wall, and they can pay for it.

Jesus though, with the 128th safest country in the world right below us here in Canada the 6th safest country in the world, are they gonna pull us down or are we gonna lift them up?
 
2021-05-14 9:33:19 PM  
*flexes*
 
2021-05-14 9:33:26 PM  
Do you even vax, bro?
 
2021-05-14 9:39:56 PM  

Wanebo: Canadians. Massing 90% of their population within 90 miles of the US border preparing for invasion. Then lulling us with LetterKenny.

/insidious


Taking advantage of our government-provided healthcare
 
2021-05-14 9:58:07 PM  

Wanebo: Canadians. Massing 90% of their population within 90 miles of the US border preparing for invasion. Then lulling us with LetterKenny.

/insidious


Forcing us to get Hulu in order to watch Letterkenny is probably Canada at their most vicious.
 
2021-05-15 12:00:33 AM  
That is one of the weirdest titles for a Chuck Tingle novel I've ever seen.
 
2021-05-15 1:40:51 AM  

SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?


Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
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2021-05-15 4:02:44 AM  
Do you know why the talks are happening? Because the NHL told the Canadian authorities that they need an answer about cross-border play by June 1st. Seriously
 
2021-05-15 4:16:39 AM  
So much for freedom of movement.
You just know this is going to come with mandatory vaccination to cross, people losing autonomy on their own bodies.
So much for freedom.
And Canada a willing participant in this enslavement of people.
:(

/serious? Me?!
//vaccinated
///it's a pandemic, yo. Deal with it.
 
2021-05-15 5:09:26 AM  
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Reality.
 
2021-05-15 5:18:05 AM  

harleyquinnical: That is one of the weirdest titles for a Chuck Tingle novel I've ever seen.


I've never read any of his books yet I still think that two time Hugo award finalist Chuck Tingle is a treasure.

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2021-05-15 5:35:48 AM  
*clicks article*

*sees bewbs*

*posts here*
 
2021-05-15 5:44:48 AM  
Subby, you have issues.
 
2021-05-15 6:00:48 AM  
Hopefully this means I can cut through Canada from Detroit to Buffalo. I hate taking I-90 from Chicago to Buffalo. It is one seriously boring drive. Going up through Canada is a bit longer but it is slightly less boring.
 
2021-05-15 6:44:55 AM  

Wanebo: Canadians. Massing 90% of their population within 90 miles of the US border preparing for invasion. Then lulling us with LetterKenny.

/insidious


I don't know what you're worried aboot, the plan hasn't even been updated since 2015.
 
2021-05-15 7:05:12 AM  
The US has way more dull witted white racists than Canada. Be best Canadians.
 
2021-05-15 7:10:27 AM  
Stop romanticizing the vaccine. That's how you get more of these "anti-vaxxers" who won't get vaccinated because someone used vaccines as some kind of virtue signaling device, and they that kind of shiat.
 
2021-05-15 7:10:37 AM  
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2021-05-15 7:14:40 AM  

GreenSun: and they that kind of shiat.


It's true -- they indeed that kind of shiat. I've seen in before, too.
 
2021-05-15 7:41:01 AM  
They need to get off their asses.
I want to ride the Rocky Mountaineer.
 
2021-05-15 7:41:12 AM  
I'll just point out that the outbreak in Nova Scotia happened because tourists from Ontario lied about why they were there and did not quarantine. Considering that your plague rats are not only refusing the vaccine outright, they're faking "vaccine passports", American tourists can please and thank you stay the blazes home for a good long while. We'll talk in 2027 or so.
 
2021-05-15 7:45:54 AM  

Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
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The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.
 
2021-05-15 7:52:25 AM  
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2021-05-15 7:58:30 AM  
No fark off with that.
 
2021-05-15 8:29:40 AM  
But then out of nowhere the Beaver Brigade counters the American invasion with poutine catapults made from Canadian telephone poles tied together with Canadian internet copper and fiber lines driving back the American Pfizer oppressors and their oodles of tourist cash!
 
2021-05-15 8:46:43 AM  

Keethera: Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
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The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.


Given how it looks like the vaccines work best with long delays between first and second doses (12 weeks), Canada's strategy may end up being the best one.
 
2021-05-15 8:55:03 AM  
Yeah Baby, Yeah!

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2021-05-15 8:55:16 AM  
Yeah get your vaccine passports or else no.
 
2021-05-15 8:57:41 AM  
Does this mean the average portion size at our restaurants is going to go back to being double what it should be?
 
2021-05-15 9:10:20 AM  
No farking way.  The border needs to stay closed until the majority of the population up here is vaccinated.  Then we can open things up and not risk our own health.
 
2021-05-15 9:19:49 AM  
We promise to send our best people.

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2021-05-15 9:40:56 AM  
[diabolical laughter]: We're coming, Canucks.  We'll rendition you, take you to secret CIA black sites, tie you to chairs and heckle your favorite hockey teams.
 
2021-05-15 9:52:18 AM  

Resident Muslim: So much for freedom of movement.
You just know this is going to come with mandatory vaccination to cross, people losing autonomy on their own bodies.
So much for freedom.
And Canada a willing participant in this enslavement of people.
:(

/serious? Me?!
//vaccinated
///it's a pandemic, yo. Deal with it.


I'm sorry what????
You as an american have no guaranteed freedom of movement into my country
All the amendments you americans keep screaming about mean absolutely nothing to us in Canada.
You want to come to Canada get a god damn vaccine.
Even better we don't want to see the fake ass passport you printed off we want to see the actual sticker that came with the vaccine with lot number
Being an american does not give you some god given right to do whatever you want in another country.
If you think following standard scientific principles, proactive health measures and common sense is enslavement of the people
Stay the f*ck home we don't want you here
 
2021-05-15 10:19:08 AM  
I was promised sparkling bodies.
Do I have to do everything around here?
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2021-05-15 10:41:03 AM  

GoodHomer: Keethera: Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
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The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.

Given how it looks like the vaccines work best with long delays between first and second doses (12 weeks), Canada's strategy may end up being the best one.


What? Show me a study with a large sample showing that, because Pfizer's data show no measure able difference between 3 and 4 weeks between doses, let alone 5-6+.
 
2021-05-15 10:49:49 AM  

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Darn, you posted it before I could
 
2021-05-15 11:33:51 AM  

robodog: GoodHomer: Keethera: Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
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The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.

Given how it looks like the vaccines work best with long delays between first and second doses (12 weeks), Canada's strategy may end up being the best one.

What? Show me a study with a large sample showing that, because Pfizer's data show no measure able difference between 3 and 4 weeks between doses, let alone 5-6+.


The 12 week thing was with AstraZeneca. I don't have a link handy.

Canada's decision to prioritize first doses was a bit of a gamble but it does seem to be working out so far. Given how quickly variant cases were surging, it was better to give partial protection to twice as many people than to fully vaccinate a lucky few.
 
2021-05-15 12:02:29 PM  
I got my (Pfizer) vaccine yesterday. I was told I will get my second dose in 16 weeks.

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/covid19-vac​c​ine-doses-administered-16-week-apart-b​c-british-columbia-201646344.html

If it means they can vaccinate more people go for it.
 
2021-05-15 12:06:30 PM  
 
2021-05-15 12:10:51 PM  

BolshyGreatYarblocks: [diabolical laughter]: We're coming, Canucks.  We'll rendition you, take you to secret CIA black sites, tie you to chairs and heckle your favorite hockey teams.


I wouldn't.

lollipop
Youtube y_lPcJO7Y90


Our border is protected by Nanalan. The thing about Nanalan, she's got lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll's eyes. When she comes at you she doesn't seem to be livin'... until she bites you, and those black eyes roll over white.
 
2021-05-15 12:13:48 PM  
Also, CSIS ties people to chairs and makes them watch

Don't Put It In Your Mouth (Full Version, 1992)
Youtube 5AuLkMBAFZg


on loop.
 
2021-05-15 12:16:15 PM  
Insightrix - SaskatcheWHAT?!
Youtube ScgAgeIfTlg


As someone born and raised in Saskatchewan if you invade SK and try to interrogate people good luck making out a word we say LOL.
 
2021-05-15 12:17:30 PM  
Canada is what would happen if BMW drivers started a country
 
2021-05-15 12:20:08 PM  

Colour_out_of_Space: I was promised sparkling bodies.
Do I have to do everything around here?


Bif Naked - Spaceman (official music video)
Youtube mIkwoNIwZ9w
 
2021-05-15 12:42:40 PM  

Ivo Shandor: robodog: GoodHomer: Keethera: Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
[Fark user image 850x600]

The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.

Given how it looks like the vaccines work best with long delays between first and second doses (12 weeks), Canada's strategy may end up being the best one.

What? Show me a study with a large sample showing that, because Pfizer's data show no measure able difference between 3 and 4 weeks between doses, let alone 5-6+.

The 12 week thing was with AstraZeneca. I don't have a link handy.

Canada's decision to prioritize first doses was a bit of a gamble but it does seem to be working out so far. Given how quickly variant cases were surging, it was better to give partial protection to twice as many people than to fully vaccinate a lucky few.


AstraZeneca's data and methods have been so shoddy I'd be VERY suspicious of any conclusions like that without analysis by independent 3rd parties that can verify them, especially given how far they diverge from past studies and current studies with better designs and execution. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary data and color me a sceptic that they have it.
 
2021-05-15 12:50:39 PM  

North_Central_Positronics: Forcing us to get Hulu in order to watch Letterkenny is probably Canada at their most vicious.


That might actually be a useful kind of hostile action.  It convinces poor people to give more of their money to rich people, helping widen the wealth gap and destabilize American society.

One show wouldn't do it, but as a small part of a larger effort over a few decades it could have a measurable effect.
 
2021-05-15 1:31:28 PM  
Canada's about to pass the USA in the percentage of people with at least one dose.
 
2021-05-15 3:11:00 PM  

robodog: Ivo Shandor: robodog: GoodHomer: Keethera: Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
[Fark user image 850x600]

The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.

Given how it looks like the vaccines work best with long delays between first and second doses (12 weeks), Canada's strategy may end up being the best one.

What? Show me a study with a large sample showing that, because Pfizer's data show no measure able difference between 3 and 4 weeks between doses, let alone 5-6+.

The 12 week thing was with AstraZeneca. I don't have a link handy.

Canada's decision to prioritize first doses was a bit of a gamble but it does seem to be working out so far. Given how quickly variant cases were surging, it was better to give partial protection to twice as many people than to fully vaccinate a lucky few.

AstraZeneca's data and methods have been so shoddy I'd be VERY suspicious of any conclusions like that without analysis by independent 3rd parties that can verify them, especially given how far they diverge from past studies and current studies with better designs and execution. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary data and color me a sceptic that they have it.


The extended interval study from the UK was looking at Pfizer, however, it was limited to over 80+. It showed 3.5 higher peak antibody levels but whether that corresponds to more effective protection is still up in the air.

Nature - Delaying a COVID vaccine's second dose boosts immune response (May 13, 2021)
 
2021-05-15 3:15:12 PM  

ChiliBoots: robodog: Ivo Shandor: robodog: GoodHomer: Keethera: Ivo Shandor: SurfaceTension: Do you even vax, bro?

Things were rough in February but we're catching up now.
[Fark user image 850x600]

The one shot numbers look much different than the two shot numbers.  Canada's taking a novel strategy - we'll see if it works.

Given how it looks like the vaccines work best with long delays between first and second doses (12 weeks), Canada's strategy may end up being the best one.

What? Show me a study with a large sample showing that, because Pfizer's data show no measure able difference between 3 and 4 weeks between doses, let alone 5-6+.

The 12 week thing was with AstraZeneca. I don't have a link handy.

Canada's decision to prioritize first doses was a bit of a gamble but it does seem to be working out so far. Given how quickly variant cases were surging, it was better to give partial protection to twice as many people than to fully vaccinate a lucky few.

AstraZeneca's data and methods have been so shoddy I'd be VERY suspicious of any conclusions like that without analysis by independent 3rd parties that can verify them, especially given how far they diverge from past studies and current studies with better designs and execution. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary data and color me a sceptic that they have it.

The extended interval study from the UK was looking at Pfizer, however, it was limited to over 80+. It showed 3.5 higher peak antibody levels but whether that corresponds to more effective protection is still up in the air.

Nature - Delaying a COVID vaccine's second dose boosts immune response (May 13, 2021)


For AZ: https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n​3​26
 
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