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(Phys Org2)   Successful tests of mRNA delivery mechanism that emulates the flu virus: next generation mRNA vaccines may be delivered by a nebulizer, not a needle   (phys.org) divider line
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2021-12-01 7:28:36 AM  
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Here's the thing Trumpers, pay attention.  Anyone could be walking around with a portable nebulizer, spraying vaccine particles into the air you breathe, particularly in crowds and in smaller rooms with a lot of people.

The only way to survive this horror is to wear a mask, up properly over your nose.  It's the only way to be sure the liberals don't get you!
 
2021-12-01 6:40:10 AM  
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2021-12-01 10:46:56 AM  
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I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: KingOfTown: Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.

I got over my trypanophobia* by making myself participate in a company blood drive. Once I dealt with that, all those tiny-needle shots didn't bother me in the least.

/now I give O- double reds every four months
//not saying it would work for everyone
///*yes, I had to look it up

Guy I knew gave blood all the time.
Until a trainee hit an artery.
His whole arm swelled up, sending him to hospital for surgery.
That's always stuck with me when considering donating.


Guy I knew used to drive places all the time, until a student driver T-boned him at an intersection. He spent months in recovery but is okay now.

That's always stuck with me when considering driving.
 
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