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2021-12-24 4:40:50 AM  
Kate?  Are you ok?
 
2021-12-24 4:45:25 AM  
You can't magnify and over report the small minority of anti-vax and their rhetoric in the media and then highlight hospitalization numbers without a vaxed vs unvaxed break down.  All the vaccinated people care about is the hospitalization numbers for those who are vaccinated.

Vaccinated folks are getting fed up with the cacophony of anti-vax opinions and propaganda.
 
2021-12-24 4:48:22 AM  

foo monkey: Kate?  Are you ok?


Looks ok to me
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2021-12-24 4:55:24 AM  
Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.
 
2021-12-24 5:09:25 AM  

indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.


I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.
 
2021-12-24 6:19:42 AM  

havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.


If it actually is more contagious but less dangerous, then it's Mother Nature's vaccination campaign.

Having said that, hours of playing Pandemic 2/Plague Inc have taught me that if a disease is 25% less lethal but twice as contagious you're still ahead, from the pathogen's perspective.
 
2021-12-24 6:20:16 AM  

havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.


I'm still laughing that in 2020 I predicted we'd have cruises and amusement parks again. Like, ever in the future. I figured in 2021 sometime, but wasn't positive. I was positive we'd return more or less to normal in our lifetimes.

This was spring of 2020. By summer, Disney was already open at reduced numbers.
But at the time, I got laughed out of the thread and people saying covid would change human behavior forever were loaded up with smart votes.

Like you say, whether it is for better or worse, contrary to the shut-ins on fark, life will return to normal.
 
2021-12-24 6:22:54 AM  
Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?
 
2021-12-24 6:28:50 AM  
'...the analysis of hospitalisations was only based on about 100 cases. The real range could be more like 30% to 70%, UKHSA officials believe.' But let's make a headline out of that anyway.
 
2021-12-24 6:31:01 AM  
. . . .if you're vaccinated or caught it in first half dozen waves and didn't die then.


Yes.
 
2021-12-24 6:34:45 AM  

Parthenogenetic: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

If it actually is more contagious but less dangerous, then it's Mother Nature's vaccination campaign.

Having said that, hours of playing Pandemic 2/Plague Inc have taught me that if a disease is 25% less lethal but twice as contagious you're still ahead, from the pathogen's perspective.


TFA says half as serious, however we already know it's about 4 times as contagious, so we're still looking at double the number of people in the hospital.
 
2021-12-24 6:44:19 AM  
Sweet. Now I don't have to have my vaccinations anymore! Nor wear a mask!

/Yeah freedumbs!
 
2021-12-24 7:03:31 AM  

NotARocketScientist: Parthenogenetic: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

If it actually is more contagious but less dangerous, then it's Mother Nature's vaccination campaign.

Having said that, hours of playing Pandemic 2/Plague Inc have taught me that if a disease is 25% less lethal but twice as contagious you're still ahead, from the pathogen's perspective.

TFA says half as serious, however we already know it's about 4 times as contagious, so we're still looking at double the number of people in the hospital.


Correct. Hospitals are in the redline now and worried.

It's less about how it impacts the individual directly, and more about society itself when hospitals cannot treat everyone properly
 
2021-12-24 7:11:14 AM  
Doesn't matter if it's 'half as bad' if it spreads more than twice as quickly - it'll still overwhelm the medical system without control measures (masks and boosters, also lockdowns as indicated) and leave the people with serious cases without proper care - and even leave serious non-COVID patients at risk of not being able to access medical services.
 
2021-12-24 7:16:06 AM  
Hello anyone who speaks Brit. What does it mean to "attend A&E".

/thanks
 
2021-12-24 7:19:18 AM  

Nocrash: Hello anyone who speaks Brit. What does it mean to "attend A&E".

/thanks


That's what they call the emergency room.
 
2021-12-24 7:19:27 AM  

Nocrash: Hello anyone who speaks Brit. What does it mean to "attend A&E".

/thanks


arts & entertainment
Accident & emergency

You choose
 
2021-12-24 7:25:11 AM  

question_dj: Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?


Ooh, maybe it makes you grow gills like a fish. That would be cool.
 
2021-12-24 7:30:43 AM  

indylaw: question_dj: Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?

Ooh, maybe it makes you grow gills like a fish. That would be cool.


Gills would be cool. Personally, I'm holding out for the prehensile tail mutation.
 
2021-12-24 7:39:02 AM  

indylaw: question_dj: Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?

Ooh, maybe it makes you grow gills like a fish. That would be cool.


Unfortunately, what it doesn't seem to do is make the unmasked, unvaxxed plague rats any less stupid.
In fact, it looks like it makes people even dumber, by damaging their brains.
Of course, if you're already stupid, you don't know to avoid further stupidity.
It's the circle of life
 
2021-12-24 7:39:36 AM  
Hopefully that'll get rid of the need for another "booster".
 
2021-12-24 8:01:40 AM  

NotARocketScientist: Parthenogenetic: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

If it actually is more contagious but less dangerous, then it's Mother Nature's vaccination campaign.

Having said that, hours of playing Pandemic 2/Plague Inc have taught me that if a disease is 25% less lethal but twice as contagious you're still ahead, from the pathogen's perspective.

TFA says half as serious, however we already know it's about 4 times as contagious, so we're still looking at double the number of people in the hospital.


Ya, but it hasn't happened to me yet so I don't care.
 
2021-12-24 8:02:59 AM  

montreal_medic: NotARocketScientist: Parthenogenetic: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

If it actually is more contagious but less dangerous, then it's Mother Nature's vaccination campaign.

Having said that, hours of playing Pandemic 2/Plague Inc have taught me that if a disease is 25% less lethal but twice as contagious you're still ahead, from the pathogen's perspective.

TFA says half as serious, however we already know it's about 4 times as contagious, so we're still looking at double the number of people in the hospital.

Correct. Hospitals are in the redline now and worried.

It's less about how it impacts the individual directly, and more about society itself when hospitals cannot treat everyone properly


Bingo. This guy gets it. Now if only all the morons could understand this simple concept.
 
2021-12-24 8:17:38 AM  
Lovin' Fark. Where else can you go to see The Mirror cited as some kind of news source?
 
2021-12-24 8:34:02 AM  

question_dj: Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?


why is this multi-smarted?

This isn't smart.
It's just rhetorical doomsaying - it adds nothing of value.
 
2021-12-24 8:37:44 AM  

mistahtom: You can't magnify and over report the small minority of anti-vax and their rhetoric in the media and then highlight hospitalization numbers without a vaxed vs unvaxed break down.  All the vaccinated people care about is the hospitalization numbers for those who are vaccinated.

Vaccinated folks are getting fed up with the cacophony of anti-vax opinions and propaganda.


fta:
"As of December 20, 132 people with confirmed Omicron had been admitted to or transferred from emergency departments. Of those, 17 had received a booster, 74 had two doses and 27 were unvaccinated."
 
2021-12-24 8:38:18 AM  

Parthenogenetic: Having said that, hours of playing Pandemic 2/Plague Inc have taught me that if a disease is 25% less lethal but twice as contagious you're still ahead, from the pathogen's perspective.


Sometimes I just play the long game. No mutations (other than transmission vectors like birds, and cold adaptation) , and de-evolve any that pop up. Just a slow spreading disease that has zero symptoms. Until the whole planet is infected.
The suddenly...*bam*! Total organ failure motherfarkers!
The whole planet is dead in like a month.
 
2021-12-24 9:09:24 AM  
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2021-12-24 9:15:33 AM  

truthandjustice: question_dj: Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?

why is this multi-smarted?

This isn't smart.
It's just rhetorical doomsaying - it adds nothing of value.


Username checks out.
 
2021-12-24 9:21:11 AM  

Smackledorfer: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

I'm still laughing that in 2020 I predicted we'd have cruises and amusement parks again. Like, ever in the future. I figured in 2021 sometime, but wasn't positive. I was positive we'd return more or less to normal in our lifetimes.

This was spring of 2020. By summer, Disney was already open at reduced numbers.
But at the time, I got laughed out of the thread and people saying covid would change human behavior forever were loaded up with smart votes.

Like you say, whether it is for better or worse, contrary to the shut-ins on fark, life will return to normal.


The last pandemic that killed hundreds of thousands of people was influenza. What is the flu like now? As the disease mutates and becomes more contagious it usually gets less severe. Thats just nature. If a virus kills at a high rate it will eventually burn out due to lack of hosts. Becoming less deadly allows it to keep reproducing. That said there are also vaccines for the flu that people take without a second thought yet when one for Covid is produced idiots take hose dewormer instead of the vaccine because of political reason.
Viruses wont be the end of humanity politics will.
 
2021-12-24 10:06:01 AM  

Smackledorfer: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

I'm still laughing that in 2020 I predicted we'd have cruises and amusement parks again. Like, ever in the future. I figured in 2021 sometime, but wasn't positive. I was positive we'd return more or less to normal in our lifetimes.

This was spring of 2020. By summer, Disney was already open at reduced numbers.
But at the time, I got laughed out of the thread and people saying covid would change human behavior forever were loaded up with smart votes.

Like you say, whether it is for better or worse, contrary to the shut-ins on fark, life will return to normal.


No it won't. It has taken the blinders off of Many people's eyes. Mine and many other's faith in humanity is now completely toast. Assholes, everywhere. Some of us are permanently changed. 

Shut in? Me? Yep. Less because of covid; Some because i don't want to end up a long hauler. Most because It is difficult to be around humanity. Agitating.

Which really at this point giant meteor is no longer a joke. It would be welcomed.

'Normal' is personal and changes over time anyway. 'Back to normal' is just a way to say 'accepting the way things presently are whether or not they are actually the same as what one was used to.'

Merry Christmas.
 
2021-12-24 10:34:09 AM  

aimtastic: Nocrash: Hello anyone who speaks Brit. What does it mean to "attend A&E".

/thanks

That's what they call the emergency room.


we actually call it ED these days.  the Mirror is just dumb.

/subby
//sorry about the redtop link
///thr33
 
2021-12-24 10:42:24 AM  

question_dj: indylaw: question_dj: Cool, it's not putting as many people in the hospital. We still don't know what the long-term effects from infection are. If it's more contagious, and less severe up front, but causes more long COVID, then that's not so great, is it?

Ooh, maybe it makes you grow gills like a fish. That would be cool.

Gills would be cool. Personally, I'm holding out for the prehensile tail mutation.


Opposable toes.

That is all.
 
2021-12-24 10:43:16 AM  
I have no idea how I have 65 greens.  I don't remember that much success!
 
2021-12-24 11:10:40 AM  

Lady J: I have no idea how I have 65 greens.  I don't remember that much success!


You're closing on 20 years of Fark.  65 does not exactly seem like a major achievement.
 
2021-12-24 11:54:01 AM  

Unsung_Hero: Lady J: I have no idea how I have 65 greens.  I don't remember that much success!

You're closing on 20 years of Fark.  65 does not exactly seem like a major achievement.


I'm not saying 'go me', I'm saying I don't even remember submitting 65 headlines.

but thanks for keeping me honest, biatchy internet stranger
 
2021-12-24 12:08:59 PM  

Lady J: Unsung_Hero: Lady J: I have no idea how I have 65 greens.  I don't remember that much success!

You're closing on 20 years of Fark.  65 does not exactly seem like a major achievement.

I'm not saying 'go me', I'm saying I don't even remember submitting 65 headlines.

but thanks for keeping me honest, biatchy internet stranger


I don't remember breakfast, and you're worried about not accurately recalling almost two decades of social media activity.

We are living very different lives.
 
2021-12-24 12:16:57 PM  

Petey4335: Smackledorfer: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

I'm still laughing that in 2020 I predicted we'd have cruises and amusement parks again. Like, ever in the future. I figured in 2021 sometime, but wasn't positive. I was positive we'd return more or less to normal in our lifetimes.

This was spring of 2020. By summer, Disney was already open at reduced numbers.
But at the time, I got laughed out of the thread and people saying covid would change human behavior forever were loaded up with smart votes.

Like you say, whether it is for better or worse, contrary to the shut-ins on fark, life will return to normal.

No it won't. It has taken the blinders off of Many people's eyes. Mine and many other's faith in humanity is now completely toast. Assholes, everywhere. Some of us are permanently changed. 

Shut in? Me? Yep. Less because of covid; Some because i don't want to end up a long hauler. Most because It is difficult to be around humanity. Agitating.

Which really at this point giant meteor is no longer a joke. It would be welcomed.

'Normal' is personal and changes over time anyway. 'Back to normal' is just a way to say 'accepting the way things presently are whether or not they are actually the same as what one was used to.'

Merry Christmas.


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2021-12-24 1:04:53 PM  
I'm very frustrated. I think Mr Spawn has the omicron.
No drive thru testing available at pharmacies or hospital. No at home kits available locally or quickly by mail order. The clinic isn't taking walk-ins. Doctor referred me to the clinic that isn't taking walk-ins. I called and no appointments there until after Jan 6. He doesn't need or want the ER.
We're both vaccinated but haven't gotten boosted yet.
I just want to know. Are we in quarantine or does he have a bad cold? Is that a lot to ask?
 
2021-12-24 1:21:18 PM  

Petey4335: Smackledorfer: havocmike: indylaw: Wait, so maybe I don't need to lock myself in my house after three shots and homeschool my vaccinated child like it's September 2020 all over again?

Oh no, what will the poor chicken littles of FARK cluck about now? Better go back to Dr. Ding for more nihilistic doomscrolling.

I've been saying for a couple weeks that this variant will change the game because of it's apparent relative  weakness. More people and companies will start to loosen quarantine restrictions, fewer people will bother to get tested if they're on the fence with "this feels like a cold but i better be sure". Hell, if the thing evades vaccines and boosters this well, i think a lot of the vaccine mandates lose the legs they're standing on.

whether or not these changes are good, or appropriate to make at this point is irrelevant. It's just what's going to happen, so prepare yourself.

I'm still laughing that in 2020 I predicted we'd have cruises and amusement parks again. Like, ever in the future. I figured in 2021 sometime, but wasn't positive. I was positive we'd return more or less to normal in our lifetimes.

This was spring of 2020. By summer, Disney was already open at reduced numbers.
But at the time, I got laughed out of the thread and people saying covid would change human behavior forever were loaded up with smart votes.

Like you say, whether it is for better or worse, contrary to the shut-ins on fark, life will return to normal.

No it won't. It has taken the blinders off of Many people's eyes. Mine and many other's faith in humanity is now completely toast. Assholes, everywhere. Some of us are permanently changed. 

Shut in? Me? Yep. Less because of covid; Some because i don't want to end up a long hauler. Most because It is difficult to be around humanity. Agitating.

Which really at this point giant meteor is no longer a joke. It would be welcomed.

'Normal' is personal and changes over time anyway. 'Back to normal' is just a way to say 'accepting the way things presently are whether or not they are actually the same as what one was used to.'

Merry Christmas.


Merry Christmas!
 
2021-12-24 1:24:08 PM  

Spawn_of_Cthulhu: I'm very frustrated. I think Mr Spawn has the omicron.
No drive thru testing available at pharmacies or hospital. No at home kits available locally or quickly by mail order. The clinic isn't taking walk-ins. Doctor referred me to the clinic that isn't taking walk-ins. I called and no appointments there until after Jan 6. He doesn't need or want the ER.
We're both vaccinated but haven't gotten boosted yet.
I just want to know. Are we in quarantine or does he have a bad cold? Is that a lot to ask?


Even if he has a cold you wouldn't want to spread it - right?

Just assume you both have been exposed to something that is communicable - because you have- and stay away from others.

Treat whatever symptoms he has the way you normally would - nyquil shots.. whatever.
 
2021-12-24 3:38:10 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Lady J: Unsung_Hero: Lady J: I have no idea how I have 65 greens.  I don't remember that much success!

You're closing on 20 years of Fark.  65 does not exactly seem like a major achievement.

I'm not saying 'go me', I'm saying I don't even remember submitting 65 headlines.

but thanks for keeping me honest, biatchy internet stranger

I don't remember breakfast, and you're worried about not accurately recalling almost two decades of social media activity.

We are living very different lives.


you're determined to misunderstand me, aren't you!  I'm not concerned or worried, I merely expressed a thought.
you're right that we're living different lives though
 
2021-12-24 4:44:50 PM  
But the CASES!!!!!!1
 
2021-12-24 4:53:34 PM  

Lady J: you're determined to misunderstand me, aren't you! I'm not concerned or worried,


Humor doesn't pass via text very well.  Apparently neither does a bit of hyperbole.
 
2021-12-24 6:25:33 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Lady J: you're determined to misunderstand me, aren't you! I'm not concerned or worried,

Humor doesn't pass via text very well.  Apparently neither does a bit of hyperbole.


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