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FYI Zoster vaccine » Post #6

Fri Jul 17, 2020 18:01 in General Talk

Yes your chances of getting shingles if you've had chicken pox is rather high.

I don't mind needles per say. I barely felt the shot. Finished shopping, went to a
couple of places to pick up take out, came home, ate my food, fed Bo Bo Dog, arm
began shoulder began hurting, then my arm and hand, then I felt a bit nauseated,
then I got on puter, then I watched an episode of 'Queer Eye', then I fell asleep on
the couch for hours....not sure how long, at least two my arm feels
like a truck ran over it. :(

I wanted to get it tho because I don't know if I have had the pox or not and I'd
rather get the vaccine doses than the shingles.

Plus, it's a very expensive vaccine and one never knows what insurance is going
to do or change. It did not cost me anything but without insurance I think it can
cost several hundred dollars. In addition, the vaccine is scarce at times.

FYI Zoster vaccine » Post #4

Fri Jul 17, 2020 14:42 in General Talk

Yes it is the shingles vaccine.

If you've ever had chicken pox it is a good idea to get the vaccine if available,
in your elder years (generally 60 or older).

I don't know if I have had the pox or not so I chose to go ahead and get the

The say the second dose is worse. However, I prefer to be on the safe side
and get the vaccine. I've seen a lot of shingles in my day and it is not a
pretty site plus can be extremely painful.

My self medicating remedy for the vaccine is ...... I am eating sherbert. Not
sure if that will relieve my pain but it makes my tummy cold. :mrgreen:

FYI Zoster vaccine » Post #1

Fri Jul 17, 2020 14:00 in General Talk

I had the Zoster vaccine today in my left shoulder.

The vaccine is administered in twice or in two doses. I get the second vaccine
for it in two months.

What I want you to know is, my shoulder is very sore and has radiated down
my arm. My shoulder and arm is so sore that I cannot hardly move it. I'm
typing with my left hand.

Just so you know if you ever take the Zoster vaccine, the shoulder/arm pain
is normal and should ease in a couple of days.

PS. take shot in the shoulder you would least likely use

Peanut lab pays » Post #13

Fri Jul 17, 2020 13:55 in Success Stories

It means there is no surveys at this point in time.

Selaaam » Post #29

Thu Jul 16, 2020 14:23 in Turkish

EvangelFromSky wrote: : D, Lady, I guess, you translated so wrong.

I did not translate it wrong.

I ask you a question.

Good bye folks » Post #23

Thu Jul 16, 2020 11:05 in General Talk


Maybe you have a pinched nerve. Try some ice packs to the area in your back.

Nice Rotten bananas , cheap ......tasman1 » Post #9

Thu Jul 16, 2020 07:25 in General Talk

No, my grandfather was not diabetic. He lived a very full and disease free life.

As long as I can enjoy life, like he did, that would be great to live to 90 or beyond.

Nice Rotten bananas , cheap ......tasman1 » Post #6

Wed Jul 15, 2020 22:27 in General Talk

For health, the best way to eat bananas is when they are very very over ripe.
They're most nutritious that way.

I guess it works. He lived to be over 90.

Can I clam ..............tasman1 » Post #2

Wed Jul 15, 2020 21:42 in General Talk

I suspect it would be the countries with the least survival resources.
Primarily food, water, preventive measures, less dense areas, etc.

New York for example is heavily populated.

Something I have not heard anyone talk about is the oceans in regards
to the virus. Early on there was some talk about cruise lines, cruise ships.

But in the US for example, there are large harbors such as in New York.
Those huge ships and barges go back and forth across the globe bringing
in everything from illegal drugs to.....probably viruses.

Less dense populated areas would be safer. People in the USA located in
Southern States within smaller towns and communities, rural areas, would
come more to survive.

Nice Rotten bananas , cheap ......tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Jul 15, 2020 21:33 in General Talk

My grandfather always ate the black bananas.
They were yellow of course but he liked them with the skins were black and very ripe.

Selaaam » Post #27

Wed Jul 15, 2020 19:26 in Turkish

EvangelFromSky wrote: : D Ya senin türkçeni yiyeyim.

I don't know of children that talk the way you do.

In fact, I don't think you want to be a member here.
Am I correct?

Senin gibi konuşan çocuklar bilmiyorum.

Aslında, burada üye olmak istediğini sanmıyorum.

We are definitely in Revelations - proof is there » Post #8

Wed Jul 15, 2020 19:23 in General Talk

I don't really think about the floods.

The Bible says:

'The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood'

That could happen due to a volcano eruption.

Same goes for the fish dying in the sea. If a volcano erupts in the sea, the fish would die.

Same goes for wildlife, human life, trees, etc. A large amount would die from an enormous
sea volcano eruption.

Just sayin.

We are definitely in Revelations - proof is there » Post #5

Wed Jul 15, 2020 16:42 in General Talk

Hey Darkstar2, you know what I watch for.....volcano eruptions, primarily in the sea/ocean....
in regards to end times.

We are definitely in Revelations - proof is there » Post #4

Wed Jul 15, 2020 16:40 in General Talk

The bubonic plague has always existed. Rare in humans these days but there are
areas of the world, and in the USA, where some wildlife have it...squirrels and such.

I get the flu shot every year. When I was younger I never did. However, for the
past several years, I do take it. Usually I take it in October. I should knock on
wood but I never have the flu and I don't even get a cold.

Healthy young people that get the flu, normally are not going to die from it.

The main people that die from the flu, are the elderly that tend to be sick with
additional ailments and poor immune system.

It's important people get the flu shot, especially people in their 40's on upwards.

Selaaam » Post #25

Tue Jul 14, 2020 20:43 in Turkish

nokalamars wrote: Valerie

I have a problem with the survey offers payments. After I finish the survey offers by completing every request, I am not receiving payments from them. I have informed you because of this payment problem before, but I did not get any answer back. Moreover, I am being discouraged of doing the task since this problems accrued.

Well you and me both and others too.

It seems every day I do at least one or more surveys in which I complete it, but I don't
receive the reward. I have been reporting this to admin and I have told him that members
are really getting fed up with the high level of 'cheats' or 'bugs' or 'whatever' it is that is
not apply the reward. I can understand that happening once in awhile but not constantly,
not every day.

So all I know to tell you is, I do read the forums posts and I do report errors and I do
make myself very clear to admin about issues. I experience them too!

Hem sen hem ben, diğerleri de.

Her gün tamamladığım en az bir veya daha fazla anket yapıyorum, ama yapmıyorum
ödülü al. Bunu yöneticiye bildiriyorum ve ona üyelerin
gerçekten 'hileler' veya 'böcekler' ya da 'her neyse'
ödülü uygulamayın. Arada bir oluyor ama sürekli değil,
her gün değil.

Size söyleyebileceğim tek şey, forum gönderilerini okuyorum ve hataları bildiriyorum ve
sorunlar hakkında yönetici çok açık hale getirmek. Ben de deneyimliyorum!

US Banks low on change due to Pandemic » Post #7

Tue Jul 14, 2020 17:17 in General Talk

US Banks low on change due to Pandemic » Post #6

Tue Jul 14, 2020 17:11 in General Talk

I'm sure most of you don't know or don't remember.

Back in the 70's, I think it was, we had a big shortage of pennies in the USA.
People were saving them so much there grew a big shortage. I don't think it
lasted long. Maybe I will do a search and see if I can find that.

US Banks low on change due to Pandemic » Post #1

Tue Jul 14, 2020 15:36 in General Talk

Maybe more people are saving their coins today.

I know I save mine but have been considering turning in my nickels because
they are heavy and the least amount of change I receive.

The latest pandemic shortage: Banks running low on coins | MPR News

Hi to everybody! » Post #5

Tue Jul 14, 2020 14:48 in Member Introduction

Enelisor wrote: Hello my name is Enelisor and am from Brazil, I am new here and wold appreciate any tips. Good luck to you all! :D

I have some tips posted in the Surveys/Offers sub forum here and there are various
tips and info from members in the forums. Dig around the forums and you'll learn
a lot.

Welcome aboard!

Rubio and Cruz hit with tit-for-tat China sanction » Post #11

Tue Jul 14, 2020 14:42 in General Talk

One never knows what tomorrow will bring.
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