Earlier this week, I published a humorous article about my personal COVID-19 vaccination anecdotes using almost every trope and myth that I could invent using Bill Gates as a voice telling me things in my ears via a 5G connection to the nanobots in the vaccine. Of course, each bogus claim was linked to actual articles that refuted the nonsense.
Well, that article was widely shared (thanks friends), but a few of you got dinged for posting inaccurate information about COVID-19 vaccines. The good news is that Twitter is trying to regulate COVID-19 vaccine garbage. The bad news is that Twitter doesn’t get sarcasm.
I make a joke with my science pals, while we are trying to figure out how to get in on Bill Gates’s billions he pays for vaccine shills (once more, this is sarcasm), only intelligent people get sarcasm, satire, snark, and irony. Try using irony with anti-vaxxers, and they almost always don’t get it.
So, to rectify the situation, I am publishing this non-apology post that represents my persona (n=1) anecdotes about my COVID-19 vaccination experience. I’m going to give you a heads up, it’s totally boring.Continue reading “COVID-19 vaccination anecdotes – Twitter has no sense of humor”