Thursday, April 8, 2021

Fully vaccinated and looking forward to throwing my goofy mask in a trash can

Thanks to our friends in the South Texas Medical Center, I have now joined the one-in-four Americans fully vacinated against the deadly COVID-19 scourge.

I received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine yesterday afternoon at 5282 Medical Drive, Suite 160. That vaccine only requires one shot. It was painless and simple, and as far as I can tell has absolutely no side effects. I felt healthier within minutes.

Am I going to get Coronavius now? No way! That silly stuff may crawl around on my hands or my nose, and may even get into my lungs, but the evil microbe has been rendered powerless by the dedicated scientists and health care professionals working with the Johnson & Johnson company.

If you're having a difficult time finding an appointment to receive the vaccine, don't rely on one or two locations. For weeks, I checked the same locations and kept receiving a "no appointments available" notification.

Instead, go to VaccineFinder.org and simply enter your zip code. They will give you list of locations in your area that have the vaccine in stock, and you can make your appointment online.

Let's all get vaccinated so we can finally throw these goofy masks in a trash can, once and for all.

By the way, if you haven't had a chance to check out my incredibly important "Ponderings During the Pandemic" podcast, I encourge you to do so right now. I'll place part one below, but you can find links to all three instalments under the video.

Pondering During the Pandemic with John Tyler, Vol. 1

Pondering During the Pandemic with John Tyler, Vol. 2

Pondering During the Pandemic with John Tyler, Vol. 3

1 comment:

  1. LOL i can't wait till the vaxed start looking like those zombies just so I can double tap them all. It will be fun as long as I don't get bite from the vax. Good luck vaxed folks you're going to need when the unvaxed need to hunt you down to eliminate the disease from the earth so those who have a working immune can still take care of the earth. No worries my friend. I still have respect for those who are vaxed and unvaxed. But when crap hits the ceiling i hope you forgive what us unvaxed have to do. Good luck my vaxed friends, and I hope i am very wrong about this.

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