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Old 05-06-2021, 11:07 PM
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Default Vaccine woes

Since having the COVID vaccine - only the first dose so far:

I've had to replace my central heating boiler (furnace).
I've spent a load of cash having my rainwater guttering replaced / repaired.
A load of tiles fell off my bathroom wall. I spent a whole day getting the wall levelled, and now I need to redecorate the bathroom.
Today, I had to buy a new battery for my car.

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Coincidence? That's what they want you to think.

I dread to think what awaits me after the second dose. :scared:
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Old 05-06-2021, 11:29 PM
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See there? peacegirl's most trusted sources are and always were absolutely correct. Vaccines are an integral part of the Jew Illuminati's covert war against the White race. :sadcheer:
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I draw the opposite conclusions ...

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I've had to replace my central heating boiler (furnace).
Did you put vaccine into the circulating radiator water? I think not.

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I've spent a load of cash having my rainwater guttering replaced / repaired.
Did you treat your gutters with vaccine before winter? I think not.

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A load of tiles fell off my bathroom wall. I spent a whole day getting the wall levelled, and now I need to redecorate the bathroom.
Did you apply a coating of vaccine to the tile grouting? I think not.

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Today, I had to buy a new battery for my car.
Did you supplement the battery water with a shot of vaccine? I think not.

Conclusion: the consequences of not vaccinating are worse than the woes of vaccinating.

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I dread to think what awaits me after the second dose. :scared:
Ask for extra take-away doses for your car's coolant and your front door locks. They'll understand.
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