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  1. Hart Memorial Trophy: MacKinnon James Norris Memorial Trophy: Makar Vezina Trophy: Hellyebuck Calder Memorial Trophy: Caulfield Selke Trophy: Bergeron Jack Adams: Trotz Jim Gregory Award: Sakic Lady Byng Trophy: Matthews Ted Lindsay Award: McDavid
  2. I wonder how many of those people there really are. I feel like the media tends to report on the high profile stories of those things, but I just can't believe there are vast numbers of people doing it.
  3. Not to mention vaccinated are five times less likely to even get it than unvaccinated: https://www.nytimes.com/article/breakthrough-infections-covid-19-coronavirus.html
  4. I've been a pizza purist all my life. Traditional pizzas only. I've softened on this stance over the years, but I think you distilled how I feel about the pineapple argument perfectly. Traditional Hawaiian pizza is a fucking abomination. But what you described actually sounds delicious. I think with the right, quality ingredients and the proper care in making the pizza, anything can be good on a pizza.
  5. A lot of what was the case with the vaccine re: infection and transmissibility went out the window when Delta became the dominant variant.
  6. I think you're either misremembering or were not correct in understanding from the start.
  7. Again: If you ever felt that way, you were mistaken.
  8. Like I'm not even sure what you're arguing. No one reasonably believed vaccines were a "silver bullet." If you ever felt that way, you were mistaken. They're not a silver bullet. They will not make this totally go away. But they can make it significantly less bad and that's borne out in plenty of data at this point. It's not even really up for debate, in good faith.
  9. Of eligible (12+) it's 64% fully vaxxed. It's good, but not good enough. Certainly not good enough for total eradication - which really wasn't the goal and I'm sorry you were ever led to believe that was the goal.
  10. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/science/science-briefs/fully-vaccinated-people.html#infections-fully-vaccinated Also read this for more general info on breakthroughs: https://www.nytimes.com/article/covid-breakthrough-delta-variant.html
  11. Vaccines can eradicate diseases. They have in the past. It's when large portions of populations are unvaccinated that diseases spread and mutate. If a significant amount of the population got vaccinated it would have helped us get over the worst of the pandemic - which is what Phil said should have happened (not total eradication.)
  12. Yes, you can. But generally less so - partly because vaccinated aren't as symptomatic.
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