Letter to the editor: Vaccine can’t fix yahoos


Vaccine can’t fix yahoos

I ain’t got much education and the fact I even have an IQ is doubtful. But I have already lived longer than most people in Douglas County and don’t need to be put at the head the line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. What I do need is to help old people get our life back. Our freedom of movement has been taken away from us by a bunch of yahoos who refused to recognize that their lifestyles kept the virus alive and well in Douglas County. Without them, there would be no line.

Keeping me alive will do nothing to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Those yahoos will still be out there spreading the virus. I could name names, but that would subject me to another rock thrown at my house, which missed the intended window, but damaged the siding.

Vaccine priorities in my family would start with my four teen great-grandkids and end with me. The same in my block. This is not going to happen so I’ll just take the vaccine, if offered, and hope and hope and hope.

Roy Legg, soon to be 88

Highlands Ranch


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