- Mar 30, 2017
I'll keep this in mind. I ran into a neighbour of mine who told me a couple of weeks ago she was going to get the shot due to the pressure she was getting from her family, even though they live in Portugal! I told her at the time not to get it, but she said she's scared and kept saying to me, "I don't know" every time I told her what I knew about the spike protein and transmission. I told that I'd write some information for her to search online because she seemed to believe everything that was coming from TV. She left the conversation a bit distressed. Well, I saw her today and low and behold, she got the Pfizer shot, and I just knew she would. I gave her the piece of paper with the information I'd written for her and told her what I found out between the last time I spoke with her and today, and she seemed even more distressed. I said to her I wish her well and hope nothing happens to her, but the side effects can happen anywhere down the line.personal anecdote here:
i have a customer about 3 weeks ago said she had the vax. asked if my parents had it (of course not!). as we were talking, she has had problems remembering and had been having that problem recently.
i saw her again last week and was talking to her. in the middle of the conversation, she simply stopped. she said, "i dont know the words." shen then called the store and left a message, "hi, its [mrs. ----]... i.... ah... sorry... ah... ill call you back."
if i see her again, ill ask her to go to the doctor and tell him/her that she might be experiencing a vax side effect. its almost as if she had a mini-stroke from it and her speech center of her brain is fried.
Oh well, I did what I could to warn her, but she made a decision based on fear and now she'll have to deal with the consequences. Hopefully for her sake, there won't too many but that mRNA is in her blood for life as far as I know.