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ConducTTor wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 3:28 am
dileTTante wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 12:44 am And next he'll want a 4th rail for N.
:lol:
Not N, HOn30, my other obsession.<G>

On other good news, I joined the ranks of the double vaccinated people on Monday.
Feels good.
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How about an adjustable 3rd rail? With a long series of parallel stepper motors or something similar. :smile:
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Bill Dixon wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:32 pm On other good news, I joined the ranks of the double vaccinated people on Monday.
Feels good.
Sweet! I got my second of AZ today! :)
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It's nice having the shots. I no longer care what other people do :)
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Well, in the case of Astrazeneca, which we were told is about 70% effective, maybe you should care 30%!

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ConducTTor wrote: Sat Jun 12, 2021 12:12 am It's nice having the shots. I no longer care what other people do :)
Just what I think! I got my second shot the end of April and on the 14th day after I was exposed to someone that actually wound up in the hospital with Covid. I was a little concerned, since I suffer from OARS syndrome (old age related Haggis) and have a few health issues so I called my doctor. A very smart man, his reply was basically "meh, if you start running a fever in the next couple days call me back"! And he was right, no problems at all.

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Marquette wrote: Fri Jun 11, 2021 4:29 pm
Bill Dixon wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:32 pm On other good news, I joined the ranks of the double vaccinated people on Monday.
Feels good.
Sweet! I got my second of AZ today! :)
That's good.
Now if Terry and Tibi can chime in with their status, maybe we can start thinking about getting together for a beer or two.
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MacG wrote: Fri Jun 11, 2021 12:59 pm How about an adjustable 3rd rail? With a long series of parallel stepper motors or something similar. :smile:
That would work for straight track, but not curves.
If I was going to add a rail for HOn30, I would think about HOn3 as well.
But neither would be done until I acquired a rail bender. Bending the curved rails by hand did not give consistent results.
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OK Bill, I'll see if I can ship you a few of these?
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RodTT wrote: Sat Jun 12, 2021 8:35 am Well, in the case of Astrazeneca, which we were told is about 70% effective, maybe you should care 30%!
70% after one dose, 85-90% after two doses.

But the thing most people don't realise is that this regards to efficacy against a *mild* case of Covid; AZ is 100% effective against contracting a severe case requiring hospitalisation. In other words... it's perfectly effective for what it needs to do, prevent death.
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