posted on Mar, 18 2021 @ 09:47 PM
So, yeah, I'm a half-mutant lizard drone person now. As I type, my DNA is silently mutating away. I expect that my poison dart tongue will be growing
in nicely by morning.
I've seen people post on here about their experiences with the shot and how it treated them. So far, I'm fine beyond a very sore left arm. I
practiced on it tonight though, so it's not like it's all *that* sore. It's definitely vaccine related thought because it was sore before I was
halfway to work, and I went straight there after leaving my happy fun shot.
So, mass vaccinations ... they're weird.
I signed up online through the county website that linked me to a local vaccine operation being run out of Cerner. I answered some basic questions
online. They said they'd send me an alert via text when I might eligible. That took about a week to 10 days, and it hit me at work. I answered some
more questions and was offered a plethora of timeslots to sign up for. I picked one that would sync as well as possible with work, and away it all
They had traffic flow mapped out like in stadiums or amusement parks with attendants directing you in. They also had a shortwave FM signal that was
supposed to be giving you information, but at my timeslot, it hadn't been turned on yet. So I was getting bad hip hop.
We parked and got directed into a line that fed us to registration where we waited for the next available, sort of like you do during holiday
shopping. Then they fed back into line and into the actual vaccine site. The vaccine site was set up with lots of tiny cubicles, sort of like a
telemarketing call center - tiny, tiny cubicles with one shot station in a box. Barely enough space for two people in them. The bizarre part was that
just like a call center where they have the top salesmans' names on the white board? They had top vaccinators' names on the white board. So
They put us on the tape markers and sent you to the first open cube. They told you in the instructions to wear short sleeves. The guy asked me which
shoulder I wanted it in, and as soon as I specified, I felt three taps in my shoulder, and he's like, "You're done." That's how fast it was.
There was no doctor's office warning of feeling a pinch, no deep rub with the alcohol swab or anything like that ... just WHAM, BAM, THANK YOU,
MA'AM. Done before you can blink or realize it's even started.
I guess if you have shot anxiety that's good.
Then based on some answers you gave about your health and prior vaccine reactions, they specify whether or not you have to wait 15 or 30 minutes for
adverse reaction. They had the single chairs all spaced out. You had to pick on with paperwork that listed all the things you should alert if you
felt. Then they had projection screens with the same info and a clock, and peppy music playing. Then some random woman was walking around the front of
the waiting area with a microphone giving what she obviously thought was a some kind of pep talk.
The thing that grated on me the most was when she actually said, "Thank you all for believing in science!" I was like ... Say wut?! I was wondering
if I needed to go ask her if she needed to remove my shot for voting wrong or something.
Anyways, that's my mass vax experience. It was weird. I get to go back again in a couple weeks for another round.