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I don't have much funny to say about the second Pfizer shot. The first one was easy—nothing at all but a bruised-feeling arm, and that went away the next day. This second shot that I got yesterday is clearly making itself known. No fever, but a headache and a head full of sand or concrete. Thinking is a good idea, but much easier in theory than in practice. Joints and muscles are stiff. It's not quite as bad as being sick—it's just a small pile of annoyances which are, when you count them up, much much much more benign than the pile of what you would get or cause without the vaccine.
So: we wait it out. But not for much longer.