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THE VACCINATION CHAIR
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Brave lady! 😊
My doctor talked me into having a pneumonia vaccination earlier this year. She said that only about 1% of the population get sick from that vaccine.
As it turned out, that was the sickest that I have ever been in my life. I thought I was dying, a very miserable, excruciatingly painful death. But I survived!
I thought being a one percenter was supposed to mean you had a lot of money… 😂
I’ll guess you don’t have enough! I think one percenters are the A+ people, so just scoot into that category. Less people strive for A+ than strive for money. 😀
Well… my IQ is in that 1% category. Or, it was. After several hard knocks on the head, I wouldn’t want to take an IQ test now. 😁
Refusing to take an IQ test is the smartest move for those who want to be in the 1% category! 😀 Someone gave me an IQ test one time because she needed to do some to fulfill some class requirement. I was proud enough that it is still in my old files someplace. The second smart move for those who want to come off as having a high IQ. Never let the real thing see the light of day. 😀
You are very wise.
Interesting discussion. Thank you. I reluctantly agreed to having flu and pneumonia injections in the same arm last year. Never again! I did not die but my arm swelled up so majorly I thought I was going to float away heavenwards and it was in no way a Calling of God. Blessings!
I had flu and tetanus. She put one in each arm, just in case. I didn’t know in case what. I guess in case it happened like happened to you. 😀