I fell asleep on sofa watching a boring scary movie. When I woke up, three hours had
passed. I went to bed and slept like a .... vampire. I woke up very late and ran to
bathroom to look in mirror. Fortunately, I had not grown fangs. Fever gone and I feel
Honestly, the day before I had the colonoscopy and so I won't totally blame the vaccine
for my low fever and tiredness.
Actually, I am not sure what all the hoopla is about getting the vaccine. I chalk it up
to sociology. I got an A in sociology, by the way.
Sociology is a very interesting subject.
You are alone, you are walking down the street, you see a person laying on the street.
What do you do? Do you run over to see if the person needs help? Do you call the
police? Do you walk on by? Do you rationalize your decision:
It may be a person faking sickness
The person may have a gun or a knife
The person may already be dead
I might get a disease
I don't know how I can help
Someone else will come along and help
BUT now let's say there are a few people walking behind you. As you stop an look so
do the others. Now a brief hesitation and then all of you run over to help the person.
That is sociology.
Sociology = Groups. What you probably wouldn't do alone, you'll do in a group.
So when we look at people that will or will not take the vaccine, what we are really
looking at is sociology at work.
The internet makes Sociology even more outstanding. Groups can be formed across
the entire world.
Group 1 - I will take the vaccine
Group 2 - I will not take the vaccine
Group 1 - I will wear a mask
Group 2 - I will not wear a mask