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Offline Dok_Champa

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Re: How's the COVID-19 in your area?
« Reply #30 on: January 14, 2021, 08:40:56 AM »
Dark Angel, glad both of  you are OK.  COVID has been making the rounds w/ people I know and most made it but a limited few did not.  This virus is deadly and everyone responds differently.  I'm still cautious.



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Re: How's the COVID-19 in your area?
« Reply #31 on: January 14, 2021, 12:31:12 PM »
My order for my second dose is in.  I will get it at the end of this month.

So far, no major side effect although my left arm, the whole arm is kinda tired like how you lift weights and the acid in your muscle is getting fatigue, yeah, that kind of feeling.  Although, it may not have anything to do with the vaccine for what I do know is that it could of been a heart disease condition.  Left side of your body numb = stroke, sounds familiar? 

My blood pressure is no longer at the healthy level but the next level up.  Pre-hypertension? 

This is all due to me not having my required sleep like usual.  As you have heard or not have heard, the pandemic is a great time to learn new things like playing a musical instrument or starting a new hobby.  I just chose to fill in my free hours for other work.  I work 16 hours a day total.  10 at my bread and butter and 6 as a part timer for another gig.  With no date to burn a hole in my wallet, the money is flowing in like crazy.  When you make more than you spend, you just don't know what to do with your money.  A price to pay for this is just 4 hours of sleep per day.  3 hours in between shift and 1 hour sneaking in at the other job. 

Unhealthy lifestyle but that is better than staying home and getting mental illness due to this quarantine issue.  You stay at home, you don't get payed.  I quarantine at the second job and I am on the clock. 

I actually can get 6 doses in me if I wanted to.  Lets say 2 jobs = 4 doses and my health insurance with kaiser will give me 2 more.  Do you think they have a universal medical record to show that I already have taken the vaccine?  I dunno but getting 6 shots vs the recommended 2 would either overdosing me or maybe I'm covid covered for life.   :2funny:

but the right thing to do is to save those 4 shots for those who needed it the most.  The important thing is that my criminal mind already thought it out and already had a plan option B.  I might go to jail if they find out or I might die due to overdosing.   :idiot2:




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