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Covid vaccine holdouts are caving to mandates — then scrambling to 'undo' their shots

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  1. [4]
    drannex
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    Let them think there is a way to undo the process, in fact we should conspire to come up with a thousand harmless vitamins that can 'reverse' the shot and inspire as many people to cheat the...

    Let them think there is a way to undo the process, in fact we should conspire to come up with a thousand harmless vitamins that can 'reverse' the shot and inspire as many people to cheat the system by getting a vaccine as possible.

    16 votes
    1. [3]
      babypuncher
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      Please don't go around giving all the MBAs being pumped out of the universities in my state any more ideas about vitamins and supplements

      Please don't go around giving all the MBAs being pumped out of the universities in my state any more ideas about vitamins and supplements

      12 votes
      1. [2]
        Omnicrola
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        Ugh, vitamins. There was a company that left a prototype of a "personalized vitamin" mixing machine at work for a week. You where supposed to enter some basic info (sex, age, weight, etc) and it...

        Ugh, vitamins. There was a company that left a prototype of a "personalized vitamin" mixing machine at work for a week. You where supposed to enter some basic info (sex, age, weight, etc) and it would give you an "optimized" liquid vitamin mix in a tiny cup.

        They left a form for feedback.

        I wrote in the URL for an NIH study that found that the vast majority of Americans don't need vitamin supplements. There are definitely people that need them, but that's a conversation you should have with a healthcare professional, not someone who's trying to sell a product.

        5 votes
        1. Thra11
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          Maybe the device uses the data you enter to determine whether you're in the minority who are likely to have a vitamin deficit, and actually dispenses very expensive water to the majority of users?

          Maybe the device uses the data you enter to determine whether you're in the minority who are likely to have a vitamin deficit, and actually dispenses very expensive water to the majority of users?

          1 vote