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Anyone know who the teammate is?

 

Edit: Already a 3 page thread and it appears that we are no closer to finding out who the teammate testing positive is. Just hope it is not one of our starters.

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1 minute ago, Big Gun said:

A vaccinated player caught covid and was sent home, same thing happened to 9 NY Yankee personel. 

 

Hmmm......thought the vaccinated were safe from this, at least that's the lie certain people keep saying.

 

No vaccine is 100% effective and even when it is not effective it can prevent severe illness and death in most cases.  There are also false positives.  

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Seems like, at this point, he's just trying to get released or something.  This is a huge distraction and it's time for the team leaders(not coaches) to step up and tell him to cool it.

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3 minutes ago, Arkady Renko said:

 

No vaccine is 100% effective and even when it is not effective it can prevent severe illness and death in most cases.  There are also false positives.  

Polio vaccine is 100% effective if you got all the doses

 

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1 minute ago, Buffalo716 said:

Polio vaccine is 100% effective if you got all the doses

 

 

The polio vaccine is so effective, because like smallpox, the disease has been largely eradicated.  Vaccinations for things like the flu will never be 100% effective.

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This isn’t going to end well. Already one dumb post has been been hidden and I have itchy trigger finger today. 
 

You ALL know the rules. You all know what is allowed and what isn’t. We have a cesspool venue for those who think they know politricks. Take your trash there. 

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17 minutes ago, IgotBILLStopay said:

Anyone know who the teammate is?

 

Regardless of everything else, Beasely made a deal with his coaches and teammates waaaay back to not talk about this. He's now violating an agreement he made with his 'brothers'. Remember when everybody was all over the media for asking about covid and the Bills staff / players hid behind "We're not talking about this."

 

So why is it ok for Cole to break that agreement he made with his teammates? What do they say when they try to use the "We all agreed to not talk about it." line now?

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2 minutes ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

The polio vaccine is so effective, because like smallpox, the disease has been largely eradicated.  Vaccinations for things like the flu will never be 100% effective.

Ofc .. it's been eradicated because of the vaccine

 

I was playing devil's advocate to what he said

 

And vaccinations for something like coronavirus will never be 100%

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1 minute ago, billsfan1959 said:

Why is a new thread started every time Beasley sends out a tweet just to have the same conversation?

 

Deja vu all over again...

I’ll bite.

Because we have infrequent posters on normal threads who spend most of their time in the dark areas of TBD -until they spot an opening among normal folks to spread their baseless ‘opinions’. 
 

just a hunch..

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20 minutes ago, Doc Brown said:

Cole.  GET OFF TWITTER.

I was just thinking that the best way to deal with this might be for all of them to get the F off of Twitter and social media this year.  Enough is enough.  This is becoming a problem. 

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10 minutes ago, Buffalo716 said:

Polio vaccine is 100% effective if you got all the doses

 

Bzzzzt

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Inactivated

When the IPV (injection) is used, 90% or more of individuals develop protective antibodies to all three serotypes of polio virus after two doses of inactivated polio vaccine (IPV), and at least 99% are immune to polio virus following three doses. The duration of immunity induced by IPV is not known with certainty, although a complete series is thought to provide protection for many years.[14]

 

 

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Just now, SectionC3 said:

I was just thinking that the best way to deal with this might be for all of them to get the F off of Twitter and social media this year.  Enough is enough.  This is becoming a problem. 

Diggs, who uses social media a lot but mostly in good fun, said he’s dipping out soon which is probably in alignment with the start of camp 

 

We really need camp to start and get these guys off their phones haha. Cody Ford was getting into it with a fan yesterday 

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