Health and Sanity category archive
Thom has a disturbing theory as to the source of many Americans’ “vaccine hesitation” is coming from. Once, I would have dismissed this out of hand, but, in the light of recent events, such as the Capitol insurrection, the noaccount recount currently taking place in Arizona, and many other things I could mention–well, just give it a listen.
In our house, we believe in facts. We’ve gotten both Pfizer shots and continue to play it safe.
The Arizona Republic’s E. J. Montini points out that there is no vaccine to provide immunity against stupid.
The person in question has defended himself by claiming that he was trying to educate his constituents. I tend to agree with Emma Vigeland’s point that “some questions are so illegitimate” that they don’t deserve to be asked, let along answered.
We are a society of stupid.
David dissects the stupid.
Warning: Short commercial at the end.
Our media misses Trump.
The cavalcade of stupid boosts ratings. The dullness of competence does not.
At the Des Moines Register, Tim Johnson asks the nay-sayers why they are saying nay to COVID vaccintations. A snippet:
If it’s a religious objection you have, I ask you, if a preacher or missionary is doing God’s work, why can’t an epidemiologist? Or a geneticist or a lab technician? They all have the same goal to help humankind. The lab people are not preaching, but their work is saving souls. Saving them by keeping us alive.