What did you do today?

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Got vaccinated today, BioNtech vaccin. 17 june my second one. No side affects for now.
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congrats hope everything does well
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Hope there won't be any at all! Stay safe!
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Some fever is what around 50% of the people are reporting here. Never seen any bad reaction from close/entended friends and family.

Hope it all goes well for all of you and us with the vaccine.
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I've also had the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine had didn't have any significant side effects - just a bit stiff and achy, tiny bit of fever for a day and then all back to normal. Lots of piece of mind though!
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No side affects. Only the my upper arm is sore where they put the needle.
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Maxidyne wrote:
14 May 2021, 09:17
No side affects. Only the my upper arm is sore where they put the needle.
I remember having that with the tetanus one. Insane pain but went away fairly soon.

My dad is getting it this afternoon. Slightly worried but hopefully it's all fine
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Good luck to him!
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so the PSU went bye bye in clients PC. killed at least motherboard with it, can't check if anything else survived, waiting for parts... can't wait to be done with this thing...

NEVER CHEAP OUT ON YOUR PSU's! How many times i said this already? lol luckly the PC was old and shit, client wanted if its worth an upgrade to something a bit faster, well now hes gonna get it :D

aftermath
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smoked the entire house, like smoke bomb lol

this was the second PSU in 10+ years that blew up on me working with PC's. first one was my own fault (overload), this one, this i didn't expected... the PC was not even on and it let the smoke out...
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Damn! That sucks, luckily no further damage.
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