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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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"Cam Newton down bad"


          

Cut!


Guess his COVID shenanigans didn't help but it's clear he is in freefall as a player and has been for some time.


He was basically really good for 2 years.

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shit ass post and shit ass title as usual from you
Aug 31st 2021
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damn, bro...lol. I wouldn't go that hard...
Aug 31st 2021
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RE: damn, bro...lol. I wouldn't go that hard...
Aug 31st 2021
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did you actually READ the entire post?
Aug 31st 2021
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      RE: did you actually READ the entire post?
Aug 31st 2021
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           " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just did...
Aug 31st 2021
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                RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just...
Aug 31st 2021
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                RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just...
Aug 31st 2021
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                     RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just...
Aug 31st 2021
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                          RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just...
Aug 31st 2021
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                          you've been obsessed with him on this board for years...
Sep 01st 2021
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                               RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years...
Sep 01st 2021
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                                    RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years...
Sep 01st 2021
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                                         RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years...
Sep 01st 2021
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                                              RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years...
Sep 01st 2021
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                                                   RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years...
Sep 01st 2021
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RE: shit ass post and shit ass title as usual from you
Aug 31st 2021
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his agenda posting has been entertaining
Aug 31st 2021
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      RE: his agenda posting has been entertaining
Aug 31st 2021
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      RE: his agenda posting has been entertaining
Aug 31st 2021
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           the SB or failed is a weak argument
Aug 31st 2021
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                RE: the SB or failed is a weak argument
Aug 31st 2021
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                     I’m a Steeler fan so I know how delusional message boards can be
Aug 31st 2021
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                          RE: I’m a Steeler fan so I know how delusional message boards can be
Aug 31st 2021
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                               3 SB’s in 30 years is a reason for you to gloat? Thats weird
Aug 31st 2021
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                                    RE: 3 SB’s in 30 years is a reason for you to gloat? Thats weird
Aug 31st 2021
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"personal choice" is fine til you're docked for 17 or so 100k game check...
Aug 31st 2021
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F'n Iggles overpaid for Flacco's carcass and traded for Minsew
Aug 31st 2021
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RE: F'n Iggles overpaid for Flacco's carcass and traded for Minsew
Aug 31st 2021
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They have two stud Runnings Backs
Aug 31st 2021
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      Pats spent a lot of money this offseason
Aug 31st 2021
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           You think they make the playoffs?
Aug 31st 2021
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           Unless we have another 9/11 the Pats will never make much noise
Aug 31st 2021
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                RE: Unless we have another 9/11 the Pats will never make much noise
Aug 31st 2021
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           if he were vaxxed they would've kept him, simple as that
Aug 31st 2021
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                its going to be a wild year with all these unvaxxed QB’s
Aug 31st 2021
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                     Lamar has had Covid twice in eight months…
Aug 31st 2021
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Covid derailed him last year, how does he still not get vaccinated?!?
Aug 31st 2021
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It’s over for him
Aug 31st 2021
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If Cam is not vaccinated its his fault.
Aug 31st 2021
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It's possible Cam was cut with his own blessing
Aug 31st 2021
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Bill is the GM. He doesn’t really need an excuse
Aug 31st 2021
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      agreed, but who backs up Mac Jones?
Aug 31st 2021
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           hopefully a bum
Sep 01st 2021
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Vaccines aren't 100%
Sep 01st 2021
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RE: Vaccines aren't 100%
Sep 01st 2021
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Variants are here
Sep 01st 2021
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if "vaccines aren't bulletproof" is your defense of Cam Newton, sheesh
Sep 01st 2021
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RE: reply 46
Sep 01st 2021
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You are making a strawman argument
Sep 01st 2021
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      It's a strawman argument for cutting Cam
Sep 01st 2021
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           RE: It's a strawman argument for cutting Cam
Sep 01st 2021
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I don’t think the seatbelt analogy applies here.
Sep 01st 2021
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      RE: I don’t think the seatbelt analogy applies here.
Sep 01st 2021
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      Your perception is a patronizing one.
Sep 01st 2021
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           RE: Your perception is a patronizing one.
Sep 01st 2021
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           No.
Sep 01st 2021
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                Receipts?
Sep 01st 2021
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           Funny how people tilt the scales against vaccines.
Sep 01st 2021
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                RE: Funny how people tilt the scales against vaccines.
Sep 01st 2021
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                See Post #60
Sep 01st 2021
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                Bullshit. The science is still a question.
Sep 01st 2021
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                     RE: Bullshit. The science is still a question.
Sep 01st 2021
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                          You identified YOUR issue.
Sep 01st 2021
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                          RE: You identified YOUR issue.
Sep 01st 2021
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                               That’s not correct.
Sep 02nd 2021
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                                    Nice try but no
Sep 02nd 2021
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                                         Again. You are incorrect, and you continue not to acknowledge it.
Sep 02nd 2021
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                                              RE: Again. You are incorrect, and you continue not to acknowledge it.
Sep 02nd 2021
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                                                   I give you stats.
Sep 02nd 2021
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                                                        RE: I give you stats.
Sep 02nd 2021
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                          Vaccinated Tyron Matthieu tests positive, enters protocol
Sep 01st 2021
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                This has nothing to do with what I stated.
Sep 01st 2021
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                     RE: This has nothing to do with what I stated.
Sep 01st 2021
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                          Here is one example.
Sep 01st 2021
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                               RE: Here is one example.
Sep 01st 2021
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      What immense proof of vaccinated people dying from COVID?
Sep 02nd 2021
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           Where do you get that number?
Sep 02nd 2021
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                RE: Where do you get that number?
Sep 03rd 2021
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                you seriously could have typed that into google and found it yourself. L...
Sep 07th 2021
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COOLEHMAGAZINE came through and crushed this building.
Sep 02nd 2021
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I hope that Cam Newton finds a rewarding, fulfilling life ahead of him.
Sep 01st 2021
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At the end of the day they threw Cam out there last year with trash...
Sep 01st 2021
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Lmao. Cam Newton had a noodle arm last year.
Sep 02nd 2021
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      that's another bogus media narrative, if he was that bad do you think...
Sep 02nd 2021
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Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Mac Jones = Week 1 starters
Sep 02nd 2021
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RE: Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Mac Jones = Week 1 starters
Sep 02nd 2021
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success and Jets are mutually exclusive
Sep 02nd 2021
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Every year.
Sep 02nd 2021
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startingrookie Fields against Aaron Donald would be coaching negligence
Sep 02nd 2021
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RE: startingrookie Fields against Aaron Donald would be coaching neglige...
Sep 02nd 2021
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lance is hurt tho … https://www.ninersnation.com/2021/9/2/22653342/49e...
Sep 02nd 2021
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      Shannahan also announced when they drafted him that he likely...
Sep 02nd 2021
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           yeah didn't Lance play like 1 college game last year? having Garoppolo.....
Sep 02nd 2021
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He's better than Goff right now
Sep 02nd 2021
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RE: reply 66
Sep 05th 2021
RE: reply 66
Sep 05th 2021
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RE: reply 66
Sep 05th 2021
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Vaccinated DC Quinn and WR Lamb test positive
Sep 07th 2021
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      and there will be more
Sep 07th 2021
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      RE: reply 39
Sep 07th 2021
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      "my bigger issue is the shaming" after naming a rack of positives hahaha
Sep 07th 2021
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      RE: reply 39
Sep 07th 2021
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      This is America, tho...and yeah this ball was dropped, badly
Sep 08th 2021
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           WHO says Covid will mutate like the flu and is likely here to stay
Sep 08th 2021
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                yeah man, no worries
Sep 08th 2021
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      I can't read what he's doing any other way...
Sep 07th 2021
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           Reply 39...You can start by reading
Sep 07th 2021
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           I did, and i still dont think even you know what your point is....
Sep 07th 2021
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           ALOT of people used Cam's vaxx status as the logic for cutting him
Sep 07th 2021
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           I read the whole thread.. not sure you are sure what you are arguing
Sep 07th 2021
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           Confused about what’s going on here as well
Sep 07th 2021
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      it should be noted that there are people getting around the vax system.
Sep 07th 2021
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           Mandate
Sep 07th 2021
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           sports unions are powerful, that's how they can make everyone else...
Sep 07th 2021
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                RE: sports unions are powerful, that's how they can make everyone else.....
Sep 08th 2021
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                     I think the difference now is un-vaxxed players may miss game checks...
Sep 08th 2021
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1. "shit ass post and shit ass title as usual from you"
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>Cut!
>
>
>Guess his COVID shenanigans didn't help but it's clear he is
>in freefall as a player and has been for some time.
>
>
>He was basically really good for 2 years.

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2. "damn, bro...lol. I wouldn't go that hard..."
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but, certainly didn't need a new post.

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it looked like Bol Bol was diving in the river - Action Bronson

  

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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4. "RE: damn, bro...lol. I wouldn't go that hard..."
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Has this been posted already?


Is CAm Newton not an important enough figure for this to merit it's own post? He was MVP not that long ago and he just got cut, probably in part due to his COVID idiocy.


That said, I know it's quiet around here so if this needs to be downsized into another post so be it…


BUT might I posit that it is worth it's own post simply because I never liked Cam Newton?

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5. "did you actually READ the entire post?"
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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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10. "RE: did you actually READ the entire post?"
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Tue Aug-31-21 10:57 AM by COOLEHMAGAZINE

          

show me Tha Lie?

*rimshot*

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20. "" down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just did..."
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that for attention like most of your post titles and and they seem to mostly attack black players and coaches for some reason.

And Cam has had more that 2 good years.

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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23. "RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just..."
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"Down bad" implies injury??

Since when?

I have never, ever heard that and it is common parlance on the internet for all types of situation.


Not even going to get into your second point because that is obviously ridiculous. All black people don't have to like and support the black athletes that YOU like. Nor are you sitting on any type of moral high ground that would cause me to even take such an observation seriously.


I would say 2 REALLY good years, and one solid year. There were two years where he was one of the best players in the league, outside of that he has mostly been above average to good. Show me otherwise if it aint so.

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28. "RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just..."
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Where did you hear that context for “down bad?”

  

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29. "RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just..."
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What a bizzare lie


Just say you like Cam Newton and KIM

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37. "RE: " down bad" usually describes and injury, this is not that, You just..."
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>What a bizzare lie
>
>
>Just say you like Cam Newton and KIM

He’s not gonna answer, is he? I’m legitimately curious what context he saw “down bad” in. This may keep me up tonight.

  

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48. "you've been obsessed with him on this board for years..."
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>What a bizzare lie
>
>
>Just say you like Cam Newton and KIM


https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2512927&mesg_id=2512927&listing_type=search

https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2624671&mesg_id=2624671&listing_type=search

https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2682147&mesg_id=2682147&listing_type=search

the media false narratives against him have been ridiculous talking about his "baggage". He was caught with a stolen laptop 15 years ago as a freshman in college and hasn't had any off the field trouble since and people act like he's Charlie Manson...

https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=21&topic_id=93355&mesg_id=93355&listing_type=search

really its amazing that he's still playing professional football...

https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2397980&mesg_id=2397980&listing_type=search#2397980

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51. "RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years..."
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I openly said I don't like him as a player or personality.

I have made three mildly derogatory posts about him over the course of his ten-year career.

What part of this is strange? Because I know it's not three posts, let's be serious, that is not a lot in the context of this board.

>>What a bizzare lie
>>


You still haven't explained your claim that "down bad" was about injury

>
>
>https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2512927&mesg_id=2512927&listing_type=search
>
>https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2624671&mesg_id=2624671&listing_type=search
>
>https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2682147&mesg_id=2682147&listing_type=search
>

Yes, I made all these posts and they all still hold water.

>the media false narratives against him have been ridiculous
>talking about his "baggage". He was caught with a stolen
>laptop 15 years ago as a freshman in college and hasn't had
>any off the field trouble since and people act like he's
>Charlie Manson...
>
>https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=21&topic_id=93355&mesg_id=93355&listing_type=search
>
>really its amazing that he's still playing professional
>football...
>
>https://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=8&topic_id=2397980&mesg_id=2397980&listing_type=search#2397980

LOL what the fuck does this have to do with me? I could care less if Cam stole a laptop.

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55. "RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years..."
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>I openly said I don't like him as a player or personality.
>
>I have made three mildly derogatory posts about him over the
>course of his ten-year career.

this is #4, that's a lot of posts about a dude you don't "like" lol

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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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57. "RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years..."
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>>I openly said I don't like him as a player or personality.
>>
>>I have made three mildly derogatory posts about him over the
>>course of his ten-year career.
>
>this is #4, that's a lot of posts about a dude you don't
>"like" lol
>

I would argue that that is patently false

In the context of OKS, 4 posts over 10 years?

I could ask how many posts you have made that pertain directly or indirectly to a particular subject, and we all know what it is, but I am not looking to embarrass you here.

I just want you to keep it real.

"Down bad" is not common parlance for someone being injured

The quantity of negative posts I have started about Cam Newton is barely noteworthy for OKS

You support/like/root for Cam Newton and the fact that I do the opposite annoys you.

That's really all that is there

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61. "RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years..."
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>>>I openly said I don't like him as a player or personality.
>
>>>
>>>I have made three mildly derogatory posts about him over
>the
>>>course of his ten-year career.
>>
>>this is #4, that's a lot of posts about a dude you don't
>>"like" lol
>>
>
>I would argue that that is patently false
>
>In the context of OKS, 4 posts over 10 years?
>
>I could ask how many posts you have made that pertain directly
>or indirectly to a particular subject, and we all know what it
>is, but I am not looking to embarrass you here.
>
>I just want you to keep it real.
>
>"Down bad" is not common parlance for someone being injured
>
>The quantity of negative posts I have started about Cam Newton
>is barely noteworthy for OKS
>
>You support/like/root for Cam Newton and the fact that I do
>the opposite annoys you.
>
>That's really all that is there

Good point, I probably have as many negative posts if not more about Tom Brady because he cheated my team out of a super bowl so its personal.

Anything else you're referring to is a board myth.

What is with your obsession with Cam though? Did he impregnate your favorite stripper? Do just not like how he dresses? I'm just trying to understand why you repeatedly choose to try to tear down this man.

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68. "RE: you've been obsessed with him on this board for years..."
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I feel like I covered this in my other posts hating on dude lol but here it goes:

The main thing is that I always thought he was overrated. Secondarily, I don't like his public persona or his fashion sense and most of the time he voices his opinion on something, I find I disagree.

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3. "RE: shit ass post and shit ass title as usual from you"
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*looks at watch*

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14. "his agenda posting has been entertaining"
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its awful and usually misses completely but its still entertaining to see people post this type of nonsense


2 good years? lmao

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15. "RE: his agenda posting has been entertaining"
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Tue Aug-31-21 11:24 AM by COOLEHMAGAZINE

          

2 REALLY good years, is what i said. Let's be clear. When he was on, he was really, really on.


I guess maybe you could stretch it to three, but I am not seeing any type of consistent great play in this guys career. Show it to me if I am wrong.


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COOLEHMAGAZINE
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16. "RE: his agenda posting has been entertaining"
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Also…show me the misses??

Everyone clowned my post about Rodgers but look where things are with him and Green Bay. Both sides have literally come to the same conclusion that I did, years ago. Either Rodgers style of play OR the organization is to blame for the failure to play in more Superbowls.


Where are the piles of terrible agenda posts I supposedly made? At least give me one or two expamples, by all means.

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19. "the SB or failed is a weak argument"
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Most athletes and coaches wont make a SB let alone 2 or 3.

but that is how agendas work.

Win it all or I win.. lol.

off rip I would say this post, the Rodgers post and that dumb ass Ewing post all fall under the umbrella

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24. "RE: the SB or failed is a weak argument"
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>Most athletes and coaches wont make a SB let alone 2 or 3.

How many teams had almost 30 years of uninterrupted HOF play at the QB position?

Does that not change the calculation at all? Is it not even worth discussing?

>
>but that is how agendas work.
>
>Win it all or I win.. lol.
>
>off rip I would say this post, the Rodgers post and that dumb
>ass Ewing post all fall under the umbrella

Cam Newton just got CUT. He was MVP not that long ago. How does this post qualify?


The Rodgers post is so fucking on point you are blind if you still can't see it. Did you have your eyes closed all offseason??

EVERY PACKERS FAN WILL TELL YOU THAT THEY SHOULD HAVE WON MORE TITLES OR AT LEAST PLAYED IN ONE. GO TO A PACKERS MESSAGE BOARD AND THEY ARE SAYING WHAT I SAID YEARS AGO.

The word you are looking for is PRESCIENT

The Ewing post was me literally saying "someone said this TO me and I don't agree with them but let me ask y'all in case I have rose-colored glasses on about 90s basketball"

Everyone was like nah, that's crazy and I thanked the posters and went on my way, confident I was not tripping.

That was the actual post. Please explain what agenda I was pursuing? Either you didn't ever read it, or you need to.

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26. "I’m a Steeler fan so I know how delusional message boards can be"
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being a HOFer doesn’t mean you should make a bunch of SB’s

Brady has skewed expectations for QB’s. Its like people screaming about MJ’s 6 titles like its normal for players to go to 6 Finals.. that shit is not reality.

I’m not even GB fan but I remember them being robbed of a SB due to a botched onside kick recovery in Seattle.

Its a team sport but people really act like its all because of the QB. This idea that Favre and Rodgers should have a bunch of SB appearances is laughable. “The other guys get paid too”

shit is goofy but again.. I appreciate the delusion and hate in agenda posting


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30. "RE: I’m a Steeler fan so I know how delusional message boards can be"
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>being a HOFer doesn’t mean you should make a bunch of
>SB’s
>
>Brady has skewed expectations for QB’s. Its like people
>screaming about MJ’s 6 titles like its normal for players to
>go to 6 Finals.. that shit is not reality.
>
>I’m not even GB fan but I remember them being robbed of a SB
>due to a botched onside kick recovery in Seattle.
>
>Its a team sport but people really act like its all because of
>the QB. This idea that Favre and Rodgers should have a bunch
>of SB appearances is laughable. “The other guys get paid
>too”
>

We are talking about almost 30 years, man. Straight.

It is completely delusional to pretend that that is not some near-unprecedented shit.

Why the hell do you guys think that Rodgers wants to leave?

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31. "3 SB’s in 30 years is a reason for you to gloat? Thats weird"
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I’m not sure what your point is besides prolly being a fan of another team in the division.

and Rodgers wants to “leave” because the org picked a QB in the first round without telling him.. similar to how they did when they drafted Rodgers.

but if he really wanted to leave his ass wouldn’t be there right now.

He’s just doing his best Favre impression.

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34. "RE: 3 SB’s in 30 years is a reason for you to gloat? Thats weird"
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You are talking about gloating. I asked why has this franchise not had more titles, or at least shots at a ring.

3 trips in 30 years, and 2 wins when you had a superstar franchise QB the entire time, is not that much imo.

And even if YOU don't think it's anything remarkable, obviously lots of people disagree with you.

>I’m not sure what your point is besides prolly being a fan
>of another team in the division.
>
>and Rodgers wants to “leave” because the org picked a QB
>in the first round without telling him.. similar to how they
>did when they drafted Rodgers.

The post was asking is the problem the organization, or that the QBs were not as good as they seemed.

Rodgers clearly feels its the organization.

This didn't start with Jordan Love
>
>but if he really wanted to leave his ass wouldn’t be there
>right now.

LOL okay yeah i think he also would rather have money and play then sit at home and wait for Packers to trade him next year.

Anyway, agree to disagree, I don't see eye to eye with you on much of anything football related, so it's probably no surprise.

Just stop pretending that there is not a reasonable premise to the post.


If I just wanted to make a post shitting on Aaron Rodgers, I would and probably have. I made the Cam Newtown is the Beyonce of sports post. I am not ashamed to let it be known I just don't like a player.


The Colts owner said himself that they didn't get enough SB's out of Peyton Manning's time in Indy. If Russ never makes it to another SB people will talk about it. And he has been to TWO. Rodgers is nearing retirement and has been to one. Lots of people think that a well-run franchise + a HOF QB is the ticket to sustained postseason success and trips to the Super Bowl. Maybe you are right and they are wrong, but it's a reasonable question to ask/topic for discussion. And I brought all the stats and receipts to that post to back up my assertions.



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6. ""personal choice" is fine til you're docked for 17 or so 100k game check..."
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7. "F'n Iggles overpaid for Flacco's carcass and traded for Minsew"
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Would love to have Cam as the backup for Hurts
Bet money he's en route to DAL

I thought's Cam's arm looked better in the limited pre-season action
He was absolute noodle arm last year
He had some crisp down the field throws recently
+ he was not running in preseason

Strange move IMO

Naming Mac the starter for week 1 is already a high expectation
But cutting the veteran QB that would be the backup...not sure that makes alot sense...and compounds the pressure on the rookie
I can't imagine how this could end badly

They also shipped Michel

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9. "RE: F'n Iggles overpaid for Flacco's carcass and traded for Minsew"
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>Would love to have Cam as the backup for Hurts
>Bet money he's en route to DAL

That would be a good spot, although he might've just beat Hurts out for the job

>
>I thought's Cam's arm looked better in the limited pre-season
>action
>He was absolute noodle arm last year
>He had some crisp down the field throws recently
>+ he was not running in preseason

He has been washed

>
>Strange move IMO

Vaccination refusal + he isn't bad but he's not very good.


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11. "They have two stud Runnings Backs"
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And Cam looked crisp last year until he got Covid and ruined their season. Bill wasnt about to go through that again. Cam should have gotten vaccinated. Now he got his spot taken *shrug*

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13. "Pats spent a lot of money this offseason"
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I think Cam was making 5 mill.. which is dirt cheap but probably viewed as too expensive for a back up.

I wouldn’t be surprised if they tried to resign him on the cheap if no one else picks him up and Mac struggles or gets hurt.

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17. "You think they make the playoffs?"
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Bills
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Browns
Steelers
Titans
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...I think there's 7 spots this year...

Don't really see how they're better

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21. "Unless we have another 9/11 the Pats will never make much noise"
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Brady made the Pats and Bill look much better than they are..

They better quadruple down on the cheating if they want another deep playoff run.

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35. "RE: Unless we have another 9/11 the Pats will never make much noise"
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>Brady made the Pats and Bill look much better than they are..
>
>
>They better quadruple down on the cheating if they want
>another deep playoff run.
>
>

Because it was 9/11 the NFL made the Patriots win??

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18. "if he were vaxxed they would've kept him, simple as that"
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what's Bill gonna do, put up with Cam testing positive the day before flying to Buffalo? FOH

  

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22. "its going to be a wild year with all these unvaxxed QB’s"
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Cousins
Darnold
Allen
Lamar

a lot of these teams are going to find themselves in shitty situations due to contact tracing.

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36. "Lamar has had Covid twice in eight months…"
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and says , regarding the vaccine…he needs to talk to the team doctors, see how they feel about it and keep learning as much as he can. What?!?!

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8. "Covid derailed him last year, how does he still not get vaccinated?!?"
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Did it to himself.

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12. "It’s over for him"
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He might hang on a few more years as a 1 year stopgap starter if he wants to. But them days of Super Cam are over

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25. "If Cam is not vaccinated its his fault."
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27. "It's possible Cam was cut with his own blessing"
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Like, the team decided that Jones was going to be the starting QB, and they gave Cam the choice of staying on as a back-up or trying his luck somewhere else.

Though I could also see the Pats cutting him because he wasn't vaxxed. If Belichick was looking for an excuse, then Cam gave him one.

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32. "Bill is the GM. He doesn’t really need an excuse"
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33. "agreed, but who backs up Mac Jones?"
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38. "hopefully a bum"
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39. "Vaccines aren't 100%"
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Only thing I've heard so far that made sense
Belicheat saying he's had vaxxed players in camp contract the virus
I understand the different protocols, but I'm really happy he said it
Hopefully people hear it

That said, my god at the tropes
I see Acho is coming for SAS's spot as ESPN's schill
Alpha male
Can't be a backup
He should retire
WOW!
...and then you add in all the Brady talk...for a guy with 0 minutes in an NFL game

Fields, not ready, shouldn't start
Lance, not ready, shouldn't start
...hmm... what's the difference here
Orlovsky literally said, Mac is really smart

Cam and Mac's numbers are almost identical
Haven't heard anyone mention, Mac did not play against a first string defense
Obviously, their decision
Belicheat has the cache to do whatever he wants
I actually respect going all in on your guy
But the disrespect for Cam, who I thought played well in the preseason
and before yesterday was the consensus QB1...is astounding

Hope he finds a home...and as always, FOK the cheatriots

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40. "RE: Vaccines aren't 100%"
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LOL!

I remember growing up around adults who claimed that a seatbelt could trap you in a burning car after an accident.

Good stuff

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41. "Variants are here"
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Delta kicking a$$
Lambda on the way
There's currently a breakout on the Red Sox
Everybody that can get vaxxed should
But it's not a guarantee.

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42. "if "vaccines aren't bulletproof" is your defense of Cam Newton, sheesh"
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who do you think is more reliable over the course of a grinding 17 game season, the player with the vaccination or the player without the vaccination?

talk about a case of making a "dumb smart" argument

  

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44. "You are making a strawman argument"
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No one thinks vaccines are 100% bulletproof infallible

We have had vaccines for 100s of years. They are not infallible and may have side-effects for a small percentage of the population.

Everyone knows this

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46. "It's a strawman argument for cutting Cam"
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They think they have their guy in Mac
Datall.
We're talking about Cam's vaxx status... knowing there are current QB1s that also aren't vaxxed.

Literally said everybody that can get the vaccine should

I don't think that's the reason he was cut, and Belicheat confirmed that
Absolutely did not expect anything more than his smug comments at this morning's presser
He expounded on the topic voluntarily...and I'm glad he did

Personally, I think way too many people have abandoned masks in public
Vaxxed or not, there's stilla lot of unknown about this virus

We're trending up, 4th wave, >>>100K cases per day...I have a bad feeling about this fall...and I expect NFL players that are vaxxed to still be put in the protocol

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49. "RE: It's a strawman argument for cutting Cam"
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>They think they have their guy in Mac
>Datall.
>We're talking about Cam's vaxx status... knowing there are
>current QB1s that also aren't vaxxed.
>
>Literally said everybody that can get the vaccine should
>
>I don't think that's the reason he was cut, and Belicheat
>confirmed that
>Absolutely did not expect anything more than his smug comments
>at this morning's presser
>He expounded on the topic voluntarily...and I'm glad he did
>
>Personally, I think way too many people have abandoned masks
>in public
>Vaxxed or not, there's stilla lot of unknown about this virus
>
>We're trending up, 4th wave, >>>100K cases per day...I have a
>bad feeling about this fall...and I expect NFL players that
>are vaxxed to still be put in the protocol

Got it. Thanks for clarification.

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43. "I don’t think the seatbelt analogy applies here. "
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There was no evidence or proof to support the seatbelt claim. There is an immense
amount of proof of vaccinated people still contracting Covid and dying from
Covid. Also, some people have incurred serious health complications from
being injected with the vaccine.

I’m not taking sides here, but let’s not pretend that there aren’t any controversial
issues in regards to the vaccine.





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45. "RE: I don’t think the seatbelt analogy applies here. "
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There really aren't any controversial issues in regards to the vaccine.

Vaccines are not infallible, magical cures and never have been.

The side effects of vaccines affect a very small percentage of people, but yes the possibility always exists that a vaccine may cause a bad reaction. I get the flu vaccine for work and have definitely gotten sick from it before. This is nothing new. Vaccines are not new.

The science on infection and morbidity around the vaccinated and unvaccinated is very clearly in favor of vaccination.

People can and will do what they want but there simply is not a "controversy" over the science, at all.


Yes, you may be trapped by a seatbelt in a burning car but in all likelihood, you won't.

But sure, let's all get measles and polio again!

The only controversy here is how much people should be compelled to sacrifice their personal autonomy for the greater good of the community. Which is a reasonable discussion to have but falls in the realm of ethics and philosophy, not science and medicine.


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50. "Your perception is a patronizing one. "
In response to Reply # 45
Wed Sep-01-21 11:09 AM by allStah

          

And to say that the number of issues from taking the vaccine are minuscule,
so therefore they are negligible, could be perceived as apathy. 1 death will always
be one death too many.

Also, there is no definite timetable on the lasting effect of the vaccine, or
how many shots will be needed in the long term, and the vaccine doesn’t
prevent the human body from contracting or transmitting Covid.

So, yeah, there is some controversy surrounding the vaccine, since the
entire public is not totally sure about the vaccine due to the aforementioned
reasons. Millions of Americans are still unvaccinated.


For the record, I’m not an Anti-Vaxxer

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52. "RE: Your perception is a patronizing one. "
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>
>And to say that the number of issues from taking the vaccine
>are minuscule,
>so therefore they are negligible, could be perceived as
>apathy. 1 death will always
>be one death too many.

Not to science

>
>Also, there is no definite timetable on the lasting effect of
>the vaccine, or
>how many shots will be needed in the long term, and the
>vaccine doesn’t
>prevent the human body from contracting or transmitting Covid.

None of this matters. They don't stop making flu vaccines because it needs to be changed. This is all settled science. I'm sorry.

>
>
>So, yeah, there is some controversy surrounding the vaccine,
>since the
>entire public is not totally sure about the vaccine due to the
>aforementioned
>reasons. Millions of Americans are still unvaccinated.

They are unvaccinated but it is not because of flaws or holes in the science. Again, the barriers to vaccination fall into areas of civics, ethics and people's perception of their own individual autonomy vis-a-vis the group. People have philosophical arguments for not getting vaccinated. The science says vaccination is clearly beneficial, and in the rare cases where it might not be for the individual, it still is for the group.

Whether that science trumps people's other belief systems is the only thing in question

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53. "No."
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That’s not completely correct. Some individuals are simply waiting for
more safety data, since the long term effect of the vaccine is still in question.
That has nothing to do with the principles regarding one’s choice or volition.

There are still some scientific questions in regards to the vaccine that science
can’t answer right now because they are still trying to perfect the vaccine.

So, again, there are still some uncertainties with the vaccine that leave
some people in doubt, and there is nothing wrong with that.



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54. "Receipts?"
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Show me the questions that remain?


And hopefully these are questions that don't/didn't exist with previous or existing vaccines that we all take


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58. "Funny how people tilt the scales against vaccines."
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>And to say that the number of issues from taking the vaccine
>are minuscule,
>so therefore they are negligible, could be perceived as
>apathy. 1 death will always
>be one death too many.

12 in a million second dose vaccine injections could have increased chances of myocarditis (link: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/23/health/coronavirus-vaccine-heart.html), and if concerns about that are ignored or dismissed, it’s apathy.

Meanwhile, if we point out the alternative, that COVID caused 11% of American deaths last year (link: https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2021/covid-death-rate.html), and it’ll likely cause a higher percent this year, it’s “well, we need to be respectful to those who are concerned about the vaccine.”

Amazing that in 2021, a vaccine approved by countless scientists and science bodies in every country across the world— and an absolute marvel of modern science— can have people still “waiting for more information.” There’s literally never been as much information or as many studies about a vaccine as this one.

I’m not going to come back to this thread, as it’s depressing. But I felt the need to point out that “vaccine concerns” at this point are for people who either haven’t read enough or are willingly putting their heads in the sand when it comes to science. None of us on this message board know more about vaccines than the countless scientists declaring it safe.

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59. "RE: Funny how people tilt the scales against vaccines."
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>Amazing that in 2021, a vaccine approved by countless
>scientists and science bodies in every country across the
>world— and an absolute marvel of modern science— can have
>people still “waiting for more information.” There’s
>literally never been as much information or as many studies
>about a vaccine as this one.


Bingo


There will never be enough information for people who are still refusing to take it. Which is fine, just stop saying it has anything to do with unsettled science.

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62. "See Post #60"
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63. "Bullshit. The science is still a question."
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Wed Sep-01-21 01:06 PM by allStah

          

If I go to get a tetanus shot, I already know I will not need a booster shot
for another ten years. Why? The science regarding tetanus has been perfected.
I don’t have to go in and get a booster shot every 6-8 months.

New medical trends or practices have been implemented in regards to Covid,
so there is nothing wrong with questioning things when it comes
to the vaccine. Everything we are enduring right now is uncharted territory
when it comes to the history of vaccination.

Its only human nature to be somewhat hesitant in the beginning of new medical
practice, especially when there is still uncertainty regarding the long term efficacy
of the vaccine.

I’m sure that 2-5 years from now there will be less fear and uncertainty as the
science regarding Covid becomes perfected.

There already suggesting a third shot in the same year that the vaccine was
introduced.

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64. "RE: Bullshit. The science is still a question."
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>If I go to get a tetanus shot, I already know I will not need
>a booster shot
>for another ten years. Why? The science regarding tetanus has
>been perfected.
>I don’t have to go in and get a booster shot every 6-8
>months.

^^^This is what amounts to the "science" being in question?

Everything we are enduring right now is
>uncharted territory
>when it comes to the history of vaccination.

Based on what do you make this assertion?

>
>Its only human nature to be somewhat hesitant in the beginning
>of new medical
>practice,

Vaccination is not the beginning of a new medical practice. Coronaviruses did not just emerge from nowhere. There has been significant study in the field for some time.

especially when there is still uncertainty regarding
>the long term efficacy
>of the vaccine.
>
>I’m sure that 2-5 years from now there will be less fear and
>uncertainty as the
>science regarding Covid becomes perfected.
>

People's fear and uncertainty may indeed wane, but my point was simple, NONE OF THAT IS ABOUT FAULTY SCIENCE.

The science is CLEAR. Vaccination is beneficial to the individual and the group..

Yes, as I have said all along, people are going to do what they want to do, or feel comfortable doing. But their reasons for doing so have very little to do with science.

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65. "You identified YOUR issue."
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Wed Sep-01-21 01:59 PM by allStah

          

I never said it was faulty. I said it has yet to be PERFECTED.
That’s a huge difference.

This is uncharted territory regarding vaccination. The quickest vaccination
to be developed prior to Covid was the vaccine for the mumps, and that
was a 5 year process. Usually, animal testing is implemented first before
the vaccine goes to human trials. That process was bypassed to
a vaccine ASAP.... That’s uncharted territory.

The vaccine does not prevent the spreading or transmission
of the virus. It’s effective in preventing the symptoms, and again the science
has yet to determine the long term efficacy of the vaccine.

Those are the questions that still exist regarding the vaccine.....

And there were some issues when the vaccine was first introduced.
J and J’s first implementation created blood clot issues, so they had to
modify it.

Now, overtime, as I stated, as the science regarding Covid evolves the
concern and caution will not be as great. I go back to my tetanus shot
analogy. The science has been perfected, and I’m very familiar with the
approach and process of the vaccine.



















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67. "RE: You identified YOUR issue."
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>I never said it was faulty. I said it has yet to be
>PERFECTED.

Vaccines, like a lot of medicine, are imperfect

>That’s a huge difference.
>
>This is uncharted territory regarding vaccination. The
>quickest vaccination
>to be developed prior to Covid was the vaccine for the mumps,
>and that
>was a 5 year process.

This ignores the context around the vaccines development. COVID-19 is just the newest iteration of a family of coronaviruses that was behind the SARS and MERS outbreaks. The development of this vaccine really began many years ago. MODERNA was basically sitting around waiting for this to happen. Which is not shocking, the writing had been on the wall for some time.

Also, the type of resources and technology that were poured into his effort are unprecedented. Should we really be shocked that a global effort using the newest technology can exceed what we were able to do in the past.

Usually, animal testing is implemented
>first before
>the vaccine goes to human trials. That process was bypassed to
>
> a vaccine ASAP.... That’s uncharted territory.

There was animal testing so this is just false. Dunno where you came up with this. Show me some receipts.

I found this quite easily

"By Feb. 19, Graham and his team had the first good news from a two-week mouse study. Blood drawn from vaccinated mice showed they were producing antibodies to fight the virus. Corbett designed that study, gave mice the vaccine and analyzed the results. It was second nature for her, something perfected over years studying other coronaviruses"


>Those are the questions that still exist regarding the
>vaccine…..

We know it's short and medium term efficacy which is what matters when you are in the midst of a pandemic. If it is discovered that booster shots will be required, what of it?

>
>And there were some issues when the vaccine was first
>introduced.
>J and J’s first implementation created blood clot issues, so
>they had to
>modify it.
>
>Now, overtime, as I stated, as the science regarding Covid
>evolves the
>concern and caution will not be as great. I go back to my
>tetanus shot
>analogy. The science has been perfected, and I’m very
>familiar with the
>approach and process of the vaccine.
>

Yeah, lets go back to your tetanus vaccine, by all means. Voila!

"The first vaccine for passive immunology was discovered by a group of German scientists under the leadership of Emil von Behring in 1890. The first inactive tetanus toxoid was discovered and produced in 1924. A more effective adsorbed version of the vaccine, created in 1938, was proven to be successful when it was used to prevent tetanus in the military during World War II. DTP (which is the combined vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis) was first used in 1948, and was continued until 1991, when it was replaced with an acellular form of the pertussis vaccine due to safety concerns. Half of those who received the DTP vaccine had redness, swelling, and pain around the injection site, which convinced researchers to find a replacement vaccine.

Two new vaccines were launched in 1992. These combined tetanus and diphtheria with acellular pertussis (TDaP or DTaP), which could be given to adolescents and adults (as opposed to previously when the vaccine was only given to children)"

By your logic, looks like we should have waited until 1992 to start administering it!

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73. "That’s not correct."
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The first Tetanus vaccine was developed in 1924, and administered in 1938 to
the military and also became commercially available around that time. That’s
a 10-14 year process, which is somewhat of a standard timetable for the full
development and availability of a vaccine ( prior to the release of the covid vaccine).
So your whole 1992 comment is way off, and is just pure sarcasm.

Now I stand corrected regarding animal testing. The FDA debunked the reports
that animal testing was bypassed to speed up the development process.

“An FDA spokesperson told Reuters via email that the claims that the vaccines had skipped animal trials due to animal death was untrue. None had significant safety issues to report in their respective animal trials, as seen under “5.3 Non-Clinical Studies” sections of the EUAs for Pfizer-BioNTech here , Moderna here and Johnson &

Moving forward, with the development of mRNA technology maybe vaccines will
be developed a lot faster than vaccines of the past, thus creating a new time
standard on when vaccines are made commercially available. We shall see.

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74. "Nice try but no"
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>The first Tetanus vaccine was developed in 1924, and
>administered in 1938 to
>the military and also became commercially available around
>that time. That’s
>a 10-14 year process, which is somewhat of a standard
>timetable for the full
>development and availability of a vaccine ( prior to the
>release of the covid vaccine).
>So your whole 1992 comment is way off, and is just pure
>sarcasm.
>

YOUR argument (or at least the only one still wobbily standing now that you have admitted the animal testing was a lie and punted on the hospitalization/morbidity numbers) is that as long as the vaccines are not completely "perfected" and without unknown complications, it is perfectly reasonable to avoid them.

In case you forgot, here is what you have been saying (the capitalizations are your own):

"I never said it was faulty. I said it has yet to be PERFECTED.
That’s a huge difference"

"the science
has yet to determine the long term efficacy of the vaccine"

"I go back to my tetanus shot
analogy. The science has been perfected, and I’m very familiar with the
approach and process of the vaccine"


Using your own logic, the tetanus vaccine was not "perfected" in 1938! That's just when it began to be administered to the some segments of society.

"DTP (which is the combined vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis) was first used in 1948, and was continued until 1991, when it was replaced with an acellular form of the pertussis vaccine due to safety concerns. Half of those who received the DTP vaccine had redness, swelling, and pain around the injection site, which convinced researchers to find a replacement vaccine."

Okay, so it was reformulated in 1948, and then again in 1991 because of safety concerns and side-effects. Kind of lack that J&J vaccine you were harping on as evidence that this whole process is WHOLLY UNPRECEDENTED.

For all we know, your beloved tetanus vaccine is still not "perfected". Which goes back to the whole point that vaccines are medicine, not magic. They are not perfect. They will never be without any risk for all people all the time. The idea that you will wait till everything is "perfected" before undergoing treatment is facile, especially when you are talking about a disease pandemic.

I honestly appreciate that you were willing to engage on the subject but your argument(s) falls apart under the slightest scrutiny and your tetanus example was a particularly comical unforced error.

The vast, vast, majority of people do not want to get vaccinated it is because of reasons that have nothing to do with science. They, like you, know almost nothing about vaccines and are just saying things they heard, that SOUND like scientific arguments. They are not. The only valid questions about vaccination are philosophical, ethical and civic. The weighing of one's individual autonomy versus what is best for the group, etc, etc. It would be much better if people would just admit that rather than this "waiting for more information" nonsense.

And I honestly think I am being generous in allowing that some of these people could form coherent philosophical and ethical arguments for these choices. But at least those things are debatable.




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84. "Again. You are incorrect, and you continue not to acknowledge it."
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Thu Sep-02-21 11:41 AM by allStah

          

You continue to state that people are/were holding out from being vaccinated
because of ethical reasons, and that is not factual.

Receipts:

“Thirty percent of unvaccinated American adults say they’re waiting for the COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized for emergency use to be officially approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has since granted that approval for those age 16 and older for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Aug. 23, 2021. What had to happen
for the FDA to advance from emergency use authorization, or EUA, to full approval?”

The FDA just recently approved the Covid vaccine. Prior to that it was only
authorized for emergency use because Covid is a worldwide pandemic, so the
FDA allowed it to be manufactured to help combat Covid even though they had yet
to approve it. That was the argument by a lot of people in regards to being uncertain
and about taking the vaccine - SO IT HAD A LOT TO DO WITH THE SCIENCE.

For a vaccine to be authorized for emergency use it only has to met a
few requirements, which is vastly different from meeting requirements
for full approval....that left a lot of people highly skeptical.

Even the FDA acknowledge that:

“While millions of people have already safely received COVID-19 vaccines,
we recognize that for some, the FDA approval of a vaccine may now instill
additional confidence to get vaccinated. Today’s milestone puts us one step
closer to altering the course of this pandemic in the U.S.”

https://theconversation.com/what-does-full-fda-approval-of-a-vaccine-do-if-its-already-authorized-for-emergency-use-165654

So again you are WRONG when you say people were holding out or still holding
out due to their beliefs. And people are still concerned about the long term efficacy
of the vaccine, but the recent FDA approval will definitely make some of those individuals more confident about taking the vaccine.

But I’m sure you will leap frog that like you’ve been doing....even with the
RECiPTS in your face.







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85. "RE: Again. You are incorrect, and you continue not to acknowledge it."
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Thu Sep-02-21 01:08 PM by COOLEHMAGAZINE

          

>You continue to state that people are/were holding out from
>being vaccinated
>because of ethical reasons, and that is not factual.
>

I am starting to understand that you are not very smart. I was stating that is the only real place where there is a discussion to be had. The SCIENCE is not up for debate. The scientific community has spoken, the science is clear. Which is why it's not scientists who are out here telling people not to get vaccinated.

>Receipts:
>
>“Thirty percent of unvaccinated American adults say
>they’re waiting for the COVID-19 vaccines currently
>authorized for emergency use to be officially approved by the
>U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has since granted
>that approval for those age 16 and older for the
>Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Aug. 23, 2021. What had to happen
>for the FDA to advance from emergency use authorization, or
>EUA, to full approval?”


LOL this is what people say! What people "say" and their actual reasons for doing things often do not intersect.

How many Trump supporters will say they voted for him because they are racist? Very few

But it's clear that racism is a key part of Trump's support and his base.

30% of unvaccinated SAY they are waiting for FDA approval. Okay, well it came! Let me know when you find out how many of these people rushed to get a vaccine the next day.

>
>The FDA just recently approved the Covid vaccine. Prior to
>that it was only
>authorized for emergency use because Covid is a worldwide
>pandemic, so the
>FDA allowed it to be manufactured to help combat Covid even
>though they had yet
>to approve it. That was the argument by a lot of people in
>regards to being uncertain
>and about taking the vaccine - SO IT HAD A LOT TO DO WITH THE
>SCIENCE.

See above. People say all types of shit. You were in here saying the vaccine was developed without animal trials. You didn't know what you were talking about. Neither do these people.

>
>For a vaccine to be authorized for emergency use it only has
>to met a
>few requirements, which is vastly different from meeting
>requirements
>for full approval....that left a lot of people highly
>skeptical.
>
>Even the FDA acknowledge that:
>
>“While millions of people have already safely received
>COVID-19 vaccines,
>we recognize that for some, the FDA approval of a vaccine may
>now instill
>additional confidence to get vaccinated. Today’s milestone
>puts us one step
>closer to altering the course of this pandemic in the U.S.”
>
>
>https://theconversation.com/what-does-full-fda-approval-of-a-vaccine-do-if-its-already-authorized-for-emergency-use-165654
>
>So again you are WRONG when you say people were holding out or
>still holding
>out due to their beliefs. And people are still concerned about
>the long term efficacy
>of the vaccine, but the recent FDA approval will definitely
>make some of those individuals more confident about taking the
>vaccine.
>
>But I’m sure you will leap frog that like you’ve been
>doing....even with the
>RECiPTS in your face.


I have answered every single one of your specious and inane arguments. Every single one. Meanwhile you are thread hopping trying to make something stick.

Why don't you tell me more about the "perfected" tetanus vaccine. You replied to my post but ignored the subject of the tetanus vaccine (something you brought up) to say a whole bunch of nothing about a different subject.

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88. "I give you stats."
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Thu Sep-02-21 02:25 PM by allStah

          

Now your argument is what people say doesn’t always reflect how
they feel. That’s your OPINION, with no stats to back that up. So
now you’re refuting the stats.

Now you’re talking about trump supporters and stuff, jumping the
needle way off the record. I presented you with a FDA/CDC stat
on why unvaccinated people are still concerned about the vaccine

You have a good day. We agree to disagree,
and I’m going to leave it at that.

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89. "RE: I give you stats."
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Yeah, good luck with your perfected tetanus vaccine

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66. "Vaccinated Tyron Matthieu tests positive, enters protocol"
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What's the science on these variants?
Simple solution for the NFL=mandate
Interesting situation at the US Open
Fans must show proof of vaccination to attend, players aren't mandated to be vaccinated
That's not science.

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60. "This has nothing to do with what I stated. "
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Nothing at all. I stated that people are still transmitting and contracting
covid after being vaccinated, and vaccinated people have died from
Covid complications. Also, the long term efficacy of the vaccine has yet to be
determined.

Breakthrough cases are on the rise, and there are vaccinated people who
have been hospitalized due to Covid symptoms.

Those are all facts.

I’m not telling people not to get vaccinated. I just simply understand why some
people still have doubts and questions, and there is nothing wrong with that
when it comes to injecting something into the human body.


“There is still a lot we do not know about so-called breakthrough infections — when fully inoculated people contract the virus. And there is some evidence that these cases are becoming more common as the more transmissible Delta variant surges. While vaccines have done a remarkable job at protecting a vast majority of people from serious illness, the data in the Times analysis generally spanned the period from the start of the vaccination campaign until mid-June or July, before the Delta variant became predominant in the United States.”

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/08/10/us/covid-breakthrough-infections-vaccines.html

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69. "RE: This has nothing to do with what I stated. "
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>Nothing at all. I stated that people are still transmitting
>and contracting
>covid after being vaccinated

The vaccine significantly reduces the chance of becoming infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes CoVID-19, especially if not Delta variant. It also lessens the viral load of people who still become infected, and significantly reduces the chance, severity, and longevity of virus-spreading symptoms such as coughing and sneezing. All the above reduce the risk of spread and thus very much helps protect others.


and vaccinated people have died
>from
>Covid complications.


The vaccines also greatly lessen the likelihood that infect will lead to hospitalization and, importantly, the need for ICU beds, ventilators, oxygen or ECMO machines, all of which are in short supply in the best of times and are desperately needed by people with any number of imminently life-threatening illnesses or injuries. Again, helping the group, regardless of variance in individual outcome.

Also, the long term efficacy of the
>vaccine has yet to be
>determined.
>
>Breakthrough cases are on the rise,

See above.

You are creating a fake equivalency between an imperfect solution and doing nothing.

and there are vaccinated
>people who
>have been hospitalized due to Covid symptoms.
>
>Those are all facts.

Show me some numbers or, with all due respect, GTFO

We are talking about science. Science requires numbers. What percentage of people laying in hospital beds due to covid are double vaxxed?

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71. "Here is one example."
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In Minnesota:

“Nearly 30% of corona­virus infections in the first four weeks of August have involved people who were fully vaccinated, according to Minnesota breakthrough COVID-19 data released Monday.”

There are concerns that the effectiveness of the drug might be waning.

https://m.startribune.com/breakthrough-covid-19-cases-accelerate-in-minnesota/600092238/?clmob=y&c=n

I’m not saying don’t get vaccinated. What I’m saying is that I can understand why
there are people who are still undecided about getting vaccinated.

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72. "RE: Here is one example."
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>In Minnesota:
>
>“Nearly 30% of corona­virus infections in the first four
>weeks of August have involved people who were fully
>vaccinated, according to Minnesota breakthrough COVID-19 data
>released Monday.”

INFECTIONS not HOSPITALIZATIONS or DEATHS

This is exactly my point

>
>There are concerns that the effectiveness of the drug might be
>waning.
>
>https://m.startribune.com/breakthrough-covid-19-cases-accelerate-in-minnesota/600092238/?clmob=y&c=n
>
>I’m not saying don’t get vaccinated. What I’m saying is
>that I can understand why
>there are people who are still undecided about getting
>vaccinated.
>

I can understand as well, it just has nothing to do with science. Again, the science is clear.

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76. "What immense proof of vaccinated people dying from COVID?"
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Yes you can still get infected but serious illness and death? 99% of the people dying from COVID are unvaccinated.

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93. "Where do you get that number?"
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99%?

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94. "RE: Where do you get that number?"
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https://www.nationalreview.com/news/less-than-0-01-percent-of-vaccinated-americans-developed-severe-covid-breakthrough-case-cdc-says/

"As of August 2, more than 164 million people have been fully inoculated against the disease, CDC numbers indicate. Less than 0.01 percent of this population have suffered severe or fatal cases of COVID when they contracted it post-vaccination. Since the vaccine’s distribution, the agency has received reports of 7,525 patients with COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infections who were hospitalized or died."

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/health-departments/breakthrough-cases.html

"As of August 23, 2021, more than 171 million people in the United States had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19."

"During the same time, CDC received reports from 49 U.S. states and territories of 11,050 patients with COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infection who were hospitalized or died."

11,050 / 171,000,000 = 0.00007 ish.

  

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105. "you seriously could have typed that into google and found it yourself. L..."
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90. "COOLEHMAGAZINE came through and crushed this building. "
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All of it.

There's nothing else to say about this except that they bodied this one.

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56. "I hope that Cam Newton finds a rewarding, fulfilling life ahead of him."
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Whatever that means, and wherever life takes him.

That is all.

  

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70. "At the end of the day they threw Cam out there last year with trash..."
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personnel this past off-season they upgraded and that's who Mac Jones gets to play with

People want to call Brady the "GOAT" after last season but look at the talent they put around him

Black QB's are always expected to do more with less

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77. "Lmao. Cam Newton had a noodle arm last year."
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Constantly throwing bad passes and tossing the ball into the dirt. What does that have to do with "talent around him?" Please dont bring Tom Brady into a Cam Newton discussion.

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78. "that's another bogus media narrative, if he was that bad do you think..."
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Belichick would've started him last year?

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75. "Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Mac Jones = Week 1 starters"
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Justin Fields, Trey Lance = Week 1 backups

... I'm sure that's just a big coincidence...

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79. "RE: Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Mac Jones = Week 1 starters"
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Anyone who actually likes Justin Fields and wants him to succeed should be happy he is not starting.

The Bears cupboard is almost completely bare; One starting quality receiver, Zero starting quality tackles, one terrible playcaller.

I want to see him play when there is some framework for success

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80. "success and Jets are mutually exclusive"
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2/14...which is 1 W more than JAX

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81. "Every year. "
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>Justin Fields, Trey Lance = Week 1 backups
>
>... I'm sure that's just a big coincidence...

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82. "startingrookie Fields against Aaron Donald would be coaching negligence"
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83. "RE: startingrookie Fields against Aaron Donald would be coaching neglige..."
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>
Honestly do not understand why people want this?


If the Bears could give him the Mahomes treatment and redshirt him till next year, I would be thrilled.

I also understand that won't happen but at least let's wait until this rag-tag offensive line has found it's level. If Andy Dalton get's beat up, it's all the same to me.


This team is not going anywhere, the coach is asscheeks, and they have no weapons. I don't need to see him running for his life and forcing passes trying to hero-ball the Bears to a win. All I care about is Future Development©Del

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86. "lance is hurt tho … https://www.ninersnation.com/2021/9/2/22653342/49e..."
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https://www.ninersnation.com/2021/9/2/22653342/49ers-trey-lance-finger-injury-update


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87. "Shannahan also announced when they drafted him that he likely..."
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...wouldn't be starting his first year. He was always going to be a long-term project that they weren't going to rush into the starting position.

It's not exactly a secret that barring something completely unforeseen, they're going to let Jimmy G walk after this season and put in Lance.

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91. "yeah didn't Lance play like 1 college game last year? having Garoppolo....."
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there is the perfect setup to ease Lance in kinda how KC did with Alex Smith and Mahomes, I wouldn't be surprised if Belichick scoops up Jimmy G next year if Mac Jones doesn't pan out lol

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92. "He's better than Goff right now"
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Lions should sign him

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"RE: reply 66"


  

          

Vaccinated Zack Martin tests positive, out for Thursday

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95. "RE: reply 66"
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Vaccinated Zack Martin tests positive, out for Thursday

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96. "RE: reply 66"
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Vaccinated Zack Martin tests positive, out for Thursday

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97. "Vaccinated DC Quinn and WR Lamb test positive"
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That's 3 breakthrough cases in DAL alone

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98. "and there will be more"
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but they shouldn’t have serious or long term covid since they are vaccinated.

I hope you aren’t trying to suggest the vaccine was supposed to protect you 100% from catching covid. I made that mistake when this first started until someone broke it down.

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99. "RE: reply 39"
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Replies devolved into a vaxx debate
Ironically, a certain person claiming that all the science on a new virus has been settled...hasn't returned to this post to reply to the breakthroughs
...and that's just in the NFL...
see BOS Red Sox and Georgia bulldogs...
i.e. we never should've stopped wearing masks in public.

My bigger issue is the shaming
It's a terrible way to message
Presenting yourself as some moral elitist that can talk down to people... about a new virus...is the wrong way to have a conversation
Nobody knows everything about covid

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102. ""my bigger issue is the shaming" after naming a rack of positives hahaha"
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110. "RE: reply 39"
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>Replies devolved into a vaxx debate
>Ironically, a certain person claiming that all the science on
>a new virus has been settled...hasn't returned to this post to
>reply to the breakthroughs

I assume you are talking about me, and I have no idea what point you are making

There is nothing about the breakthroughs that I did not cover in my previous statements.

No one said the science on the new virus was settled. The science on whether the vaccine was effective, is what I was talking about


>...and that's just in the NFL...
>see BOS Red Sox and Georgia bulldogs...
>i.e. we never should've stopped wearing masks in public.
>
>My bigger issue is the shaming
>It's a terrible way to message
>Presenting yourself as some moral elitist that can talk down
>to people... about a new virus...is the wrong way to have a
>conversation
>Nobody knows everything about covid
>

Not sure how this relates to anything I was saying.

Either you need to find a way to frame your argument better or I just have to allow that I will never understand what point you are making.

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112. "This is America, tho...and yeah this ball was dropped, badly"
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"My bigger issue is the shaming
It's a terrible way to message
Presenting yourself as some moral elitist that can talk down to people... about a new virus...is the wrong way to have a conversation
Nobody knows everything about covid"

  

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113. "WHO says Covid will mutate like the flu and is likely here to stay"
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First, thank you for the reply
This is an evolving topic and we should be pulling people into the conversation...

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/07/who-says-covid-is-here-to-stay-as-hopes-for-eradicating-the-virus-diminish.html

Obviously, nobody knows everything about a novel virus and there are plenty of issues to be discussed
3rd dose/boosters
Vaxx for >12Y.O.
Breakthrough cases seeming to be on the rise
Variants, which are literally unknowns

Clowning people is not constructive...thanks for understanding

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115. "yeah man, no worries"
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americans of all stripes like their moral superiorty...and that has no place in a global public health crisis.
the goal is to save lives, not to be a self-righteous dick

I have a lot of friends in the CDC and WHO, and they told me what your link said in feb of 2021.

It's an evolving, precarious, situation that demand nuance and multi-point solutions...something that we don't do well.

  

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100. "I can't read what he's doing any other way..."
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Comes off as "they tested positive so vaccines dont work"

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104. "I did, and i still dont think even you know what your point is...."
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...outside of you cant still test positive, nevermind the not dying and such.

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107. "ALOT of people used Cam's vaxx status as the logic for cutting him"
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Reply 39, Belicheat made a statement the very next morning to the contrary...and elaborated about the vaxx not being 100%

I thought that was an important point
... unfortunately the conversation devolved into who knows more about a novel virus...
Which has nothing to do with football
My subsequent posts emphasize the idea that the vaxx is not 100% and nobody knows everything given the breakthrough cases

But the person that wanted to argue about it...has yet to come back

You follow

I'd rather talk football... but if people want to talk about the vaxx/virus, we can do that too...that conversation has yet to be constructive IMO.

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legsdiamond
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106. "I read the whole thread.. not sure you are sure what you are arguing"
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or what you are arguing against.

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103. "Confused about what’s going on here as well"
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And none of it seems nearly important enough to backtrack through this thread to try and put the puzzle pieces together

  

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108. "it should be noted that there are people getting around the vax system."
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so, they appear, under the eyes of the law, to be vaccinated, but aren't.

so, while it's probably a minimal amount, we don't really know how many breakthrough cases are really people that were never actually vaccinated.

but, with something like the NFL where people who really don't wanna be vaccinated, but have a lot of money on the line if they don't, and also have the resources to use some of these work-arounds? who knows.

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109. "Mandate "
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FDA approved…mandate it

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If you can't understand it without an explanation

you can't understand it with an explanation

  

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111. "sports unions are powerful, that's how they can make everyone else..."
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employed by the team and around the team be vaccinated but not the actual players.

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114. "RE: sports unions are powerful, that's how they can make everyone else....."
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>employed by the team and around the team be vaccinated but
>not the actual players.

Sadly, the power stuff won't stop. Here's the really bad news: if someone is unvaxxed, they get COVID, and the news gets out on it, the NFL will almost certainly force that team onto the field with whoever they have. They did it to Denver last year...put them on the field with NO quarterback with a straight face. I could see them doing that again. Their mission is for every team to be listed as having played 17 games this season however it happens.

Anyone getting in the way of that is very screwed unless the breakthrough cases blow up around the league and put the NFL in a situation PR-wise where they have to rethink the stance of 'fuck yawl, we're playing these games https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujNeHIo7oTE\'.

  

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116. "I think the difference now is un-vaxxed players may miss game checks..."
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if they're forced to miss a game due to COVID so they're going to try to hit them in the pockets

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