A Rebel Without a Pulse

An object lesson in the importance of why it’s usually wiser to heed parental advice than bow to peer pressure or succumb to social temptations:

A 19-year-old philology student is dead after defying his family’s philosophical and religious objections.

Mr. Volodymyr Salo, also spelled “Vladimir” in some accounts, received his first Pfizer mRNA injection on September 13 at about 2:30 p.m. local time, according to the Ukrainian Humanities Institute. Mr. Salo was a student there. His day continued as normal thereafter. He ate dinner in the student cafeteria at 6:30 p.m., then played board games with other students in the commons area. The situation quickly deteriorated from there.

A high fever and general malaise kicked in around 8 p.m. Mr. Salo collapsed and had a seizure at 8:15 p.m. and went into violent convulsions. University medical staff performed CPR as they waited for the ambulance to arrive. When paramedics arrived at 8:45 p.m., they applied a portable ventilator for an hour in an attempt to save Mr. Salo’s life. But he had no pulse by 9 p.m.

Mr. Salo was pronounced dead shortly thereafter.

I find myself wondering if deaths from direct adverse reactions to the vaxx are somehow counted as “unvaccinated” given that one is no longer deemed “vaccinated” until two weeks after the vaxx has been administered.

And before the spergs and gammas get rolling, allow me to point out that I am aware that parents do give bad advice. But in general, their advice is seldom anywhere nearly as bad as that which is provided by a teenager’s peers.