I finally got sick.
Two-plus years into the “pandemic,” I caught . . . a cold.
Sniffles, some body aches. Nothing bad enough to keep me in bed or prevent me from going for a four mile run yesterday in the arctic wasteland Virginia has become courtesy of “global warming” (rebranded as “climate change,” to encompass – and hystericize – any change).
I think it may be the Moronicron “variant,” reputably so infectious that practically everyone is going to catch this cold. My weight-lifting buddy was sniffly when we worked out last Saturday. He even coughed once or twice. I was in the orbit of his emanations. He texted me the day after to let me know he had “tested positive.” (He works at a hospital where they test the staff regularly as a condition of being allowed to work.)
Granted, these tests are notoriously unreliable – but nonetheless, the day after I was in his orbit, I felt a little stuffy, not-quite-right.
It seems reasonable to assume I got the ‘con – if it is the ‘con – from him. And that I, in turn, gave it to my girlfriend, who also began to have symptoms – of a minor cold – about a day after I began to have them.
Today – Thursday morning – I’m pretty much over my cold.
So, three or four days of nothing much. If only I’d gotten “vaccinated,” I might have avoided all of that . . .
Doesn’t it make you feel an urgent need to get “vaccinated”?
It is hard to know exactly what to think about the various “variants” and their effects, given the deliberately engineered confusion engendered by fact suppression and regurgitant misinformation – chiefly in the form of over-the-top exaggerations and omissions of explanations that could have mitigated these exaggerations.
For example, that being elderly or already sick (styled “co-morbidities”) and almost always both together were the determinative factors as regards whether catching the “Rona stood a better-than-fractional chance of landing you in the Slumber Room.
Better late than never. Too bad about all the social and economic wreckage, though.
Similarly, “the science” regarding “masks” has officially become the very thing that those who questioned the efficacy of wearing virally porous pieces of paper over their portals argued it was – having read the disclaimers on the sides of the boxes – usually from China – from whence these “masks” emanated.
As in worthless theater.
But I do know I’m ok.
I also know that at least two people I know who caught the same cold are also ok. I know, further, that none of us were “vaccinated” . . . and yet, we’re ok. Our immune systems did their thing, without any artificial manipulation of our immune systems.
The “vaccine” doesn’t even rise to that level of protection – as evidenced by the fact that almost everyone is catching cold.
Including almost everyone who has been “vaccinated.”
But if only we’d been “vaccinated,” the symptoms would have been “less severe” . . . which is hard to imagine how on account of these colds hardly being anything, to begin with.
All of which is very good news – a weird thing to say about catching a cold.
If it is true that the Moronicon is as infectious as we’re being told – my experience vouches for this – and if it is as “threatening” as the cold I caught has proved to be – which my experience also vouches for – then it is increasingly probable other people’s experiences will confirm this. And as that knowledge spreads, this con will soon become unsustainable, as people realize – first-hand – it’s just a cold.
It’s very difficult to maintain the fear of a thing when the thing, itself, isn’t fearful. We stop dreading the Bogey Man when we finally have the courage to look under the bed and see, for ourselves, that he’s not there. That he never was there.
That he never existed, at all.
And when it begins to dawn on the people who were urged – ordered – to live in fear of the Bogeyman that there was no reason for them to be afraid of him – but lots of reasons for keeping them afraid – there will be hell to pay.
It can’t come soon enough.
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