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  • Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    https://mobile.twitter.com/11thHour/...38507838218247

    Steele has zero good things to say about Trump or his supporters...
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    • Originally posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
      Humanity will look back in 100 years and view the response in abject horror. Hell, maybe 200 years.
      This will NEVER, EVER happen. According to Sandy Cortez (BU name), we will all be dead in 10 years, remember?

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      • https://www.wabe.org/wh-report-some-...navirus-fight/

        That's one way to make case numbers look better - test less!

        The latest White House report says the number of viral tests conducted in Georgia dropped more than 44% from the previous week, continuing a recent trend.

        In the last month, the state has gone from conducting 1,260 tests for every 100,000 people to conducting only 639 tests for every 100,000 people — a net decrease of about 50%.

        “That’s a huge drop,” del Rio said. “I worry that we may not be diagnosing people.”
        I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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        • Originally posted by Swansong View Post
          https://www.wabe.org/wh-report-some-...navirus-fight/

          That's one way to make case numbers look better - test less!
          Maybe folks are busy with work, or school, or other things ... or maybe they simply aren't sick???

          I know, crazy talk, right? Since the MSM would no way, no how, ever chase down a story to blast from the rooftops about how sick people looking for tests are being denied them.

          Maybe the "COVID-19 Mobile Test Squad" should be going door-to-door, drumming up business?!?

          Anything to stoke your bogus narrative about how Red states are suppressing their numbers.

          The Tinfoil Hat brigade has been located, and thriving here in the Faculty Lounge ...
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          • jfc
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            • That's absolute nonsense.

              https://covidtracking.com/data/state...ospitalization

              Hospitalizations are nowhere near down 44% for the last few weeks. They just aren't testing as much.

              I didn't say red states. I said two very specific states, who have very vocal (and frighteningly stupid) governors.


              edit: a close friend is an ER doctor in urban Atlanta. She hasn't had anything approaching a break due to COVID since March. But screw her, and her well-being, right? I mean, it's a hoax and sick people aren't coming in every single day...
              I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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              • Someone seems to own stock in tinfoil...
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                • Originally posted by Swansong View Post
                  https://www.wabe.org/wh-report-some-...navirus-fight/

                  That's one way to make case numbers look better - test less!
                  You mean test less, like test more per capita than any country in the world between Feb 20 - Sept 14? And in many comparisons testing hundreds more per capita than other Countries.

                  Is that the kind of testing less that you mean? Let me know your thoughts. How much more should we be testing?

                  https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/f...-02-20..latest

                  Since every Country in the world tests less than the US. What would happen to their cases if every country tested the exact same as the US per capita?

                  Interesting you make a quip That's one way to make case numbers look better - test less! in regards to the Country testing the most in the World and in most scenarios by an extremely wide margin.

                  Nice context & you are a context guy right? Let me know if this is a post that needs some moderation?
                  Last edited by Jeb2020; 09-17-2020, 11:07 AM.

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                  • I would just like to, once again, thank everyone for not quoting the derp. Now if we could just fix the stupid ignore bug so I could add Whalers. I tried yesterday but it didnt work.

                    Is anyone really surprised though that Georgia is testing less? I am actually surprised they test at all these days...
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                    • Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post

                      Maybe folks are busy with work, or school, or other things ... or maybe they simply aren't sick???

                      I know, crazy talk, right? Since the MSM would no way, no how, ever chase down a story to blast from the rooftops about how sick people looking for tests are being denied them.

                      Maybe the "COVID-19 Mobile Test Squad" should be going door-to-door, drumming up business?!?

                      Anything to stoke your bogus narrative about how Red states are suppressing their numbers.

                      The Tinfoil Hat brigade has been located, and thriving here in the Faculty Lounge ...

                      You will notice since deaths and hospitalizations have plummeted across the Nation and the young people and "cases" crap is lossing its "appeal" the media is back to wild projections using the absurd models again. The beauty is its all unverifiable and set out 2-3 months. This ensures no matter how widely off they are by the time we get to Mid November they will be on to something else. It is fraudulent and at this point criminal.

                      #TeamWetTheBed likes to be scared and feel like they are protected. And then the fetish of wanting to control everyone kicks in. Combine all of that with an attention span of a 3 year old and that is where you get the constant bed wetting.
                      Last edited by Jeb2020; 09-17-2020, 11:10 AM.

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                      • Originally posted by Handyman View Post
                        I would just like to, once again, thank everyone for not quoting the derp. Now if we could just fix the stupid ignore bug so I could add Whalers. I tried yesterday but it didnt work.

                        Is anyone really surprised though that Georgia is testing less? I am actually surprised they test at all these days...
                        Yeah it isn't working for me either still.

                        And no, not really surprised.
                        I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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                        • Originally posted by Whalers View Post

                          [FONT=Arial]The Big 10 had a change of heart (no pun intended) on the prevalence and severity of Myocarditis. The football season is NOW, BACK ON!

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                          • Originally posted by Handyman View Post
                            Because I am not 60 years old and sometimes need something to do that doesn't involve sitting in my basement or walking/running around my neighborhood or shopping. (the 60 year old thing isnt about COVID fear...it is about being lame ;-) ) There is no more risk going to the movie theater than there is going pretty much anywhere else. If I can go sit at a Mexican restaurant that is filled to allowed capacity with literally everyone without masks cause they are eating (which I did last Friday not by my choice) I can sit in a mostly empty theater in a row all by myself with a mask on and feel normal for a couple of hours. The risk is minimal because I am taking the proper precautions.

                            To use your analogy, I have a heavy bite-proof gloves so give me some ****ed Oreos!! ;-)

                            But the problem is, proper precautions don't really allow for sitting inside a restaurant or really anywhere. The precautions like masks and distancing apply when you can't eliminate contact. The restaurant thing is particularly crazy because no amount of social distancing is going to work indoors. This is well-documented in several journals:

                            A1 was the infected person and everyone in red was infected and likely A1. C1 and C2 were even "upwind" and about 10 ft away from the person. THey still got infected.
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                            • Originally posted by Whalers View Post

                              You won’t get a reply. If you do it will be about blocking you or needing moderation.

                              Just like we won’t get a reply from the guy that is leaning towards prosecuting people in regards to Covid19 Weddings.

                              The very guy that had his wedding in the middle of all this and even admittedly on this very board discussed how difficult of a decision it was. Yet still pushed thru and had the Wedding. Which very well could have put many in harms way.

                              It would be interesting to see how his defense would hold up in the Covid Tribunal.

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                              • DX - here's that study on the CDC site.

                                https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/26/7/20-0764_article

                                Until we get a vaccine all the way integrated into pretty much everyone (at least, enough to achieve an influenza-like herd immunity), we need to be careful.


                                edit: here's a couple month old article on Air Conditioners:
                                https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/sto...-in-the-south/
                                I gotta little bit of smoke and a whole lotta wine...

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