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whiteguyinchina from private IP /all Walking seems worse post pandemic People walk like shit. Look around. People walk weird. _reply Sun, 10 Mar 2024 09:43:43 -0700
zerosugar from private IP /all I honestly don’t notice. The pandemic has been over for quite some time and some states were locked down for only a few weeks. I guess in China it was more severe? Of course, long after the lockdowns, the effects of covid were felt including in the areas of travel and shopping. Many hospitals and clinics will e never be mask free again, but I notice they are being more lenient too. Covid can definitely cause some neurological symptoms imho even if you had a mild case of it. I was vaccinated with pfizer. Two shots. Never had a booster. I had covid twice. Very mild, but long lasting. It was sort of like a very bad cough and very bad body aches. After second time, I asked doctor if I should get booster, she admitted covid is pretty much over and even if I get it, it can be managed. _reply Sun, 10 Mar 2024 09:44:16 -0700
serbexo from private IP /all Cell phones + the pandemic have made people exponentially more self-centered and annoying. Driving is worse too, people are more oblivious than ever. The only good side is that people seem to talk to strangers less than they used to, for which as an introvert (Loser Clique) I’m grateful. _reply Sun, 10 Mar 2024 09:44:17 -0700
serbexo from private IP /all Cell phones + the pandemic have made people exponentially more self-centered and annoying. Driving is worse too, people are more oblivious than ever. The only good side is that people seem to talk to strangers less than they used to, for which as an introvert (Loser Clique) I’m grateful.
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