None of your business.
Ssshh! Too many people are judging Bets (the customer) right now. From their perspective, Bets should have just accepted Tiff’s poor service instead of pointing out how her requests were not met. Tiff’s intentions were good, right? Isn’t that how it works in business? The level of service or quality of product is irrelevant to the customer, only the intentions of the owner. I must have missed that in business school.
There are virologists and infectious disease specialists who are skeptical of the vaccine and have raised legitimate concerns. You are being disingenuous in your attempt to mix apples and oranges.
Please tell me you’re not serious. Please tell me your reply was a misguided attempt at humor and you were not being serious.
I cannot answer why your relative contracted the disease, no one stopped her from getting the vaccine, even in places where some remain skeptical. There are people who contracted COVID and died, those that lived with complications and those who overcame it with no issues.
Yes, there are renown virologists and infectious disease specialists who are skeptical of the vaccine. As I mentioned in a previous reply, these medical professionals have legitimate concerns that aren’t being addressed.
There is nothing wrong with skepticism. Being skeptical doesn’t make one a conspiracy theory, “brainwashed” or crazy. People skeptical on a topic or issue are often more knowledgeable than those who blindly accept a position because it came from an official source. Skepticism is a philosophical position, after all.
I did say there were medical professionals with legitimate reasons to be skeptical about the vaccines yet you believe they are “brainwashed” or, as @Night-Gaunt49 wrote, “not clued in or against them for the wrong reasons”. May I ask both to elaborate?
There are medical professional who have legitimate reasons to doubt the efficacy of COVID vaccine. Why doubt those professionals but not others?
Judge Gil is the law!
Tiff knew what Betts wanted (elegant, pirate-themed dinner), knew how much she was going to get ($300) and did not meet her customer’s desires. Betts has every right to be ticked at Tiff.
Actually, the initial issues of Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) did not sell well, the press said it did. The graphic novel (actually, the first 5-issues collected in a trade paperback) was on the New York Times Best Seller list; but only sold ~15,800 copies.
I agree with Gunther.