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Captainkidd
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I'm still hearing
"Not until it's safe"...
"It's not gone, yet".....
"What if there's a spike?"....

The world isn't ****ing safe.
The flu, cancer, HIV, Heart Disease, and Diabetes aren't gone, yet.
There's a spike in The Flu EVERY ****ING YEAR!!

And, we go about, living our ****ing lives.

The Karens have listened to the media, and gone all in on Daddy Gov is going to slay the dragon.

Personally, I just don't care.
If they want to live, cowering in fear and then die walking in lock step, they're welcome to it.

We are not guarenteed tomorrow.
I'm going to go where I go.
I'm going to do what I do.
I'm going to ****ing live today.
If I wake up when the sun rises again, I'm thankful for another day....
But if it does, I'll realize that it is no longer tomorrow...
It is now TODAY.
And I will go and live today.

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A lawyer with a briefcase can steal more than a thousand men with guns. --Mario Puzo

It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning. -- Henry Ford
Tdurden
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Even if by some bizarre twist of events that **** doesn't tip over into CW2, Electric Boogaloo, as Doctor Lexis would put it, this **** is going to be all ****ed up.

The work from home thing...I think a lot of people who can work from home now have discovered how much they detest office culture. I know I have. I'm getting a lot more done without all of the bull**** I was surrounded by. The guy who has been in cube next to mine for 12 years. Nice guy. If anything ever happened to him, his wife and kids will be dead within 6 months from what I had to listen to of him fixing one of their disasters after another. The kids (probable 12 or 13 at the time) were afraid of using the bathrooms at the summer camp they did for a week, so they ate a bunch of imodium. A few years later one of them couldn't get to school because there was a possum in the garage that wouldn't let him into his car. His wife worked at a hospital. Maybe a PA or something like that. He was taking her continuing ed classes for her online.

Then there's the clown a couple of seats down from me who did more talking about golf and his kids scouting exploits than his actual job. And there were the occasional episodes of idiots throwing around footballs or just running around playing grab ass. A whole bunch of 50+ year old adolescents. And I don't miss all the back stabbing and back biting about whose ****ing who and whose getting fat. I miss none of that.

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How the **** did that get down voted...

The science is what is it, we got a switch from exponential to linear right about the time one would expect due to changes in solar irradiance at latitude.

Most of the civilized world is deficient in vitiman D and minorities with dark skin are 8x to 16x more deficent than even lilly mcwhity working a cube which explains what they have higher rates of covid infection.

When the seasons change, unless we have a national effort to tell everyone TAKE A ****ING VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENT then we most likely will face another wave or spike.

Maybe it won't go exponential but every other cold and virus tends to follow this model.

LA and Santa Clara were only showing 3 to 5% antibody counts, which means they are only 1/3rd to 1/4rd of the way there....assuming the cruiseship model holds. On those ships only 18-20% of the population ever developed Covid so I am assuming that only 1/5 of the population is able to even catch it.

NYC showed a 13% antibody prevalence, which means NYC is done....assuming my 20% presumption holds.

We won't get to herd immunuty, until there is a general 10%-13% prevalence across the nations. That would equate a 50-60% which is the threshold for herd immunity.
M1919a2
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@Tdurden

You HAVE INSULTED Klinger! That is PROOF of your lack of understanding of exactly what Klinger was about. That FREAK in PA along that HEAD FREAK governor IS antithetical to Klinger.

Frankly you owe a public apology to Klinger!
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@Eleua

Really! You forgot about G. SOROS!
Uwe
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Whitehat wrote..
The young will not fight to fix this.

I am mildly surprised that this thing hasn't produced more of a generational divide, with those who are under the median age (call it roughly 40), and are at essentially to zero risk of dying of this thing, demanding to be set free to live their lives as they see fit.

FWIW, my two children (who are both in their twenties) are livid about these shut downs. But they seem to be part of a small minority among the younger generation.

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"Corona Virus will come and go, but government will NEVER forget how easy it was to take control of everyone's life; to control every sporting event, classroom, restaurant table, church pew, and even whether you are allowed to leave your house.
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I listen to most of the Daily Briefings my mother's nursing provides every day since the WuFlu broke out in her facility. The are going through another round of testing. There is a possibility the staff will each have to be tested once a week for the facility to start taking in new patients as a directive from CMS and the State Health Dept. The administrator says the staff is not happy about having swab stuck up their nose or down their throat once a week. She is worries many will leave and she will have to find replacements.

Mom's nursing facility has 3 wings. Two wings are WuFlu free. My Mom's wing has experienced 19 positive cases. Two of the positive cases past away. Five cases that tested positive have now tested negative. They will get a second test to verify the first negative test. Once the second negative test clears they will be moved to a quarantine area for 14 to 21 days to verify they are not going to pass on the virus to any of the negative residents. These 5 have been asymptomatic the entire span of their testing positive.

SO far Mom has been negative. I am sure if she get's WuFlu and is symptomatic she won't survive. The have put her in isolation because of her health issues. I haven't been able to visit in person for 2 1/2 months.

I too have watched people who I thought were relatively sane lose their freaking minds over the WuFlu. Mention to them we should get back to normal and let this virus run its course, you are going to kill people and how could be so uncaring. I also watch people I know struggle to keep their business and personal finances afloat. Some of these state local officials are enjoying their run of fascism even though they are call those who oppose them fascist.

At some point this is going to break and break horribly. I don't think we will be able to duck and miss the shrapnel.

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(Politicians), 536 commoditized temple monkeys pawing through the ruins of America in search of bribes. (The District of Corruption) works like a vending machine. You put coins in the slot, select your law, and the desired legislation slides out." Fred Reed. Some editting by me.


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I noticed Annie Glenn died of WuFlu at the ripe old age of 100. She was a resident of a Minnesota nursing home. Evidently Minnesota, the land that gave us Ithan Omar, was also pushing positive WuFLu patients into nursing homes.

Another set of politicians than need the handy dandy wrist warmers.

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(Politicians), 536 commoditized temple monkeys pawing through the ruins of America in search of bribes. (The District of Corruption) works like a vending machine. You put coins in the slot, select your law, and the desired legislation slides out." Fred Reed. Some editting by me.


Montee
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@kgmqt: I keep hearing that "dead people from COVID don't spend money..." well f***tard, people without jobs, or those that off themselves don't spend money either... f*****g unreal.
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@Tdurden

The less worthwhile is your occupation, the more likely you are to be able to do it at home.

Your typical government official is having the time of her life, sleeping in till noon, and finishing what little real work she has to do by 3pm before spending the rest of the day watching Netflix and drinking herself stone blind.

Captainkidd
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Your typical government official is having the time of her life, sleeping in till noon, and finishing what little real work she has to do by 3pm before spending the rest of the day watching Netflix and drinking herself stone blind.


What I wonder is how many people will realize how little their life is impacted by all of the "Essential Government Functions" that are either shut down or vastly reduced...


Will any of the sheep realize that 80% or more of it is just bloat and waste?

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A lawyer with a briefcase can steal more than a thousand men with guns. --Mario Puzo

It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning. -- Henry Ford
Tonythetiger
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Oliver1655 wrote:

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It's no wonder this nation is crumbling before our eyes. People no longer have the intelligence nor ability to critically think through the easy, let alone complex, scenarios. It's all social media chatter and grandstanding so they can have it be all about them. The crescendo of stupidity is deafening and unstoppable when the herd of screaming Karen's and Biff's stampede like so many dumb sheep. Anyone attempting to stop such a move is pulverized and destroyed in the process. All one can do is get out of the way and let the herd do it's thing


It is unlikely that anyone will be able to 'stop' the madness and destruction that results, whether from government stupidity or when the herd eventually has had enough and rebels.

One thing you CAN do in the meantime is to start growing more of your own food, while there's still time to buy the materials necessary to be highly productive in a small space.

Seeds, fertilizers, containers, etc. may become difficult to find at some point. Better to get them now, so that you'll have at least one means of putting a meal on the table when the store shelves are empty.

Learn about the natural and chemical ways to support and improve growing those crops. Composting, seed gathering, freezing/canning, etc. Prior generations made these things a part of their daily lives (out of necessity in some cases) but too many have no idea how to begin in modern times, and that's going to change eventually.

Talking your neighborhood Karens into growing their own food might be possible too, so there's that as a way to get on their good side for the days of want and violence which may be coming soon. When the global supply chain breaks down it will need to be replaced with local options. If possible, grow more than you need and help feed those who can't do the same.

Learn to feed yourself, then teach those around you to do the same. It may not save the world, but it might help save your town.

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(Tonythetiger)

Agree fully with your "grow a crop" solution. A family skillset growing in stature during these current times. Plus we Floridians have a climate benevolent for success!
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EE4fire - don't people that are 100 die of ... being 100?

i was initially skeptical that officials were using typical deaths due to old age to inflate the Coronavirus body count, but I am now thinking it is true.

Motives include not just increased fed money to cover the disaster, but also it creates the perception that their draconian lockdown orders were justified.

While I don't think it is significantly distorting the total body count, it is probably inflating it a bit.

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Winds blow from the bowels of hell
Will we give warning, only time will tell
Satan rears his ugly head, to spit into the wind": Megadeth
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@Pete_brewster: I'll agree with you on the government workers. They've gone past the point of diminishing returns and most of them are a net drag on productive society wherever they are logging in from.

Working from home has been an option for me for a few years now but I didn't really take advantage of it because it wasn't an option for my wife so I ended up going into the office anyway most days so she wasn't doing the commute alone.

The thing that I believe is being revealed now about why telecommuting hasn't been adopted more by the private sector has more to do with the insecurity of middle and upper management's own ability to manage their organizations. Good managers know how to recruit and retain self starters who don't need a babysitter. Insecure idiots let HR do all the recruiting and screening and then waste time and resources micromanaging their people.

Right now, the 4 story office building I've been based out of since the 90's has only had a couple dozen people in it for the past 2+ months. All of our groups there are still functioning at full capacity. Any executive that isn't looking at getting rid of that building and it's princely costs of leasing it should be sued by the shareholders.

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Radiosity
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Uwe: "demanding to be set free to live their lives as they see fit."

Why would you expect that from the safe space generation?
Purplefang
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If vaccines had no risk and all reward I might take one. However proving there is no risk may require a large scientific study which could take years. Mandatory vaccines with no liability for pharma companies and government officials is a prescription for unsafe ineffective vaccines. I do not like the word mandatory either.

Considering I only had one worthless tetanus shot in the last 35 years, my record of surviving without vaccines is good. Shingles is nasty, but I already had it. The shingles vaccine might be a good idea.
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Kgmqt

"I see a future that has a big(ger) uptick in obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and suicide. The number of life-years lost will be orders of magnitude higher than the life-years lost to COVID."

Had a zoom meeting with some family yesterday. My sister lives in Chicago, is a big team blue member. Hasn't left the hose in over 8 weeks. Gained about 20 lbs.

My family is walking every day, playing outside, and being active. I am working my normal schedule. OF course, my sister is convinced that my wife and I are going to die of covid, and has been talking to my parents on providing my children with financial support after we die.

The world has gone mad. Almost like a prelude to a great unwinding.
Redjack
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Here in Iowa, the anger between the Essentials and the Non Essentials is building. The Essential tribe is starting to ask "WTF are all you stay at homes complaining about not wearing masks? I have been working this entire time!"

The Non Ess are looking at the Essentials as ignorant peasants forced into danger because they are expendable, and are bleating "YOU MUST PAY ATTENTION TO ME NOW! I HAVE SCIENCE ON MY SIDE! I WAS SAVED FROM THE COVID BECAUSE I AM IMPORTANT!"
Which explains why I wear my company supplied uniform shopping. The clerks smile and are polite to me. When they see a pasty couch cruiser waddle up in a mask, they visibly cringe. To the point where I saw one clerk shut her lane down in the masked face of a Biff.

In the CWII sphere, another layer needs to be those who worked during this, and those who were allowed to stay home.

Oh, my parent company is looking and ditching some of the buildings. They own one out right, so I bet that one stays, but several small sales offices are not coming back. Neither are some road warriors, who being forced to stay home has cut the travel costs and increased productivity.

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Interesting:

Our 3rd baby girl was born on March 15th in the middle of this COVID mess. For months prior to the delivery and on the day of delivery itself, we had been going to Kaiser for the checkups to make sure the baby fetus was fine. Every time we went, there was a huge section of the parking structure that was blocked off with "No Parking" signs and with the orange construction cones and yellow tape. However, there was no construction going on as this parking structure has been in its current shape for decades. It was just blocked off for no apparent reason, which didn't make sense and we often had to park on the roof of the structure.

Anyway, fast forward to yesterday, and I had to pickup meds for my wife. They now have what they call "Curbside Pickup", but instead of picking up at the curb, you park in the SAME SECTION of the parking structure that was blocked off for at least 6 months! -- PROOF that the hospitals knew of the "Plandemic" BEFORE the Governors even issued the lockdown orders.
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Also, out here in LA, the groceries stores (even though they had different ownership) ALL had this over the speakers, repeated constantly: "Were all in this together". Word for word.

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/brai....

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Pandemicsamurai


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I would bet my granny's bloomers that this Will indeed eventually lead to mandatory vaccination. The sheeple are all playing right into the government's hands with this lockdown crap. I give it a year or 2 at the latest.



""I'll take the other side of that bet. I know Dershowitz said the Federal government could force this on a "common good" argument but he's a pedophile idiot ...

This would be the spark that would trigger mass killings of politicians if implemented and take us into another civil war ...""



Alan Dershowitz, leading U.S. constitutional lawyer, goes head-to-head with Del Bigtree........

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuoM3QGS....
Gauntlet33
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And the last 10 seconds of this video is a perfect depiction of our mass media "journalists":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lcUHQYh....
Pandemicsamurai
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@Tbird242

Interesting link however he's a political idiot who fails basic logic (he's arguing a False Dilemma):

Dershowitz - Gets Vaccinated
Joe Blow - Doesn't get vaccinated.

If the vaccine works ... Joe is no longer a danger to him as Joe can't infect him.

He's a statist who lacks critical thinking skills ... his argument that you can't be vaccinated to save the economy (from the video) should be the basis of a mandatory vaccination argument as that would be the only risk (i.e. lots of unvaccinated sick individuals who weigh down hospital resources) but he's too stupid to even understand that ...
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Pandemicsamurai, i'm confused. which guy(He's)are you talking about?
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