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Old 07-01-2020, 03:12 PM   #51
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Yes remember all these elected officials suppressing our right and vote them out. It’s pretty nutty. It’s all an overreach but to try and suppress our freedom celebrations is to much. We should all march up to city hall and protest.
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Old 07-01-2020, 03:43 PM   #52
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Old 07-01-2020, 06:06 PM   #53
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As cases rise, the death rate plummets. Less than .02% death rate. What we are doing our country over this, is ludicrous. Absolutely insane


This is not about getting a beer at a bar, brother. This is about the owner of that bar who has poured his life and soul into a small business. The government has no right to shut that down, period.

How many millions of people has poverty killed over the last couple thousand years? The answer is millions. So we canít just trust people into poverty for something thatís killing literally less than 2 out of 1000.
It's killing 2 out of 1000 that get it. But even then it's almost all old people that already have issues. And a very high % of those would die anyway within a year.

So no one really knows.. Could be as low as 2 out of 5000 die from CV. Read into nursing homes. To sum up the turn over is 33-36% yearly in nursing homes. So to get the real death rate one needs to know how many people die in nursing homes each year and then this year. The difference is how many CV actually killed.

For some odd reason we never get real data like this though.
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Old 07-01-2020, 06:25 PM   #54
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47 million Americans have lost their job in the last 14 weeks but this guy right here thinks that we are all just upset about not being able to go to a bar to grab a beer. Itís unreal to me how some folks are so dense.


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130,000 deaths. Can't even count all the people that are still sick ,weeks after it's run it's course.

We need better leadership during these times and we have a CLOWN for a President. We're not going to wish our way out of this. We shouldn't have rushed to reopen with the virus still raging. Now look where we are? Closing down again.

So what are you upset about?
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Old 07-01-2020, 06:38 PM   #55
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130,000 deaths. Can't even count all the people that are still sick ,weeks after it's run it's course.

We need better leadership during these times and we have a CLOWN for a President. We're not going to wish our way out of this. We shouldn't have rushed to reopen with the virus still raging. Now look where we are? Closing down again.

So what are you upset about?
Dumber than a box a rocks my daddy used to say.
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Old 07-01-2020, 08:03 PM   #56
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130,000 deaths. Can't even count all the people that are still sick ,weeks after it's run it's course.

We need better leadership during these times and we have a CLOWN for a President. We're not going to wish our way out of this. We shouldn't have rushed to reopen with the virus still raging. Now look where we are? Closing down again.

So what are you upset about?
Closing the beer joints will save the lives of our drunks, DLM too silly rabbit.......
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Old 07-01-2020, 09:16 PM   #57
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Old 07-01-2020, 09:25 PM   #58
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Yep no doubt!
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Old 07-01-2020, 09:33 PM   #59
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130,000 deaths. Can't even count all the people that are still sick ,weeks after it's run it's course.

We need better leadership during these times and we have a CLOWN for a President. We're not going to wish our way out of this. We shouldn't have rushed to reopen with the virus still raging. Now look where we are? Closing down again.

So what are you upset about?

Leadership? That clown is following the model of ďstates rightsĒ not your typical democratic move. We, at least me are for less government and more states rights. Typical democrat needs more and bigger government to tell them everything so viewing our current leader as a Clown is no surprise.

Opening up to soon? So I guess from someone who supports handouts and free money more than the overall economy being strong is a great question.

Are you still in Maryland?


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Old 07-01-2020, 09:39 PM   #60
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So everyone wants to take a chance and drive their vehicle on a public road hoping nothing will happen to them? You will just hope you don't kill someone or yourself so selfishly going somewhere when you should stay home. Because you are much more likely to die or kill someone in a car accident than to get covid and die.
Must suck to live life in fear.

I do not fear Covid-19 and wish we would open up. However, there is a greater chance of dying from Covid than a car crash as of latest numbers.

https://injuryfacts.nsc.org/home-and...united-states/

Another difference is when you are in a crash you are the only victim unless others involved. When the crash ends typical that is it. In rare cases a car crash can cause a chain reaction and in even rarer cases a family member traveling to the scene or hospital can be involved in a crash. EMS/Fire can also be involved in a crash traveling to the scene.

With Covid it is possible to show no or very little signs and yet spread the design to others that get sick or they pass it to even others that get sick and die. That is the problem with Covid is spreading it without knowing it and killing others. Kinda like leaving a gun in a car over night, it gets stolen and then used in a crime that kills someone. There is a argument that the person that left the gun in the car shares some of the blame.

I would hate to get Covid, pass it to my parents who then pass it to a church member that then dies.

Just my thoughts, it all sucks right now and I am concerned that this will grow over time and will kill lots of people in the next year or two world wide.
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Old 07-01-2020, 09:40 PM   #61
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So everyone wants to take the chance that if they catch covid 19, nothing will happen to them.
What if though, you're one of those unlucky people that don't die but, never fully recover.
What if you're just passing it along to your kids, friends, or your parents? Is getting a beer in a bar THAT important?

You have to understand that most of us are capable of weighing, and mitigating the risks of this virus like we do in every other aspect of life. Itís part of being a functional adult. Also, weíre not all scared of our own shadows. The regular world must be terrifying to you.

People depend on bars for their livelihoods too.

Freedom is wasted on those who donít know how to use it.


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Old 07-02-2020, 01:41 AM   #62
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Just spray some disinfectant in your mouths, you'll be fine.
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Old 07-02-2020, 05:31 AM   #63
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I do not fear Covid-19 and wish we would open up. However, there is a greater chance of dying from Covid than a car crash as of latest numbers.

https://injuryfacts.nsc.org/home-and...united-states/

Another difference is when you are in a crash you are the only victim unless others involved. When the crash ends typical that is it. In rare cases a car crash can cause a chain reaction and in even rarer cases a family member traveling to the scene or hospital can be involved in a crash. EMS/Fire can also be involved in a crash traveling to the scene.

With Covid it is possible to show no or very little signs and yet spread the design to others that get sick or they pass it to even others that get sick and die. That is the problem with Covid is spreading it without knowing it and killing others. Kinda like leaving a gun in a car over night, it gets stolen and then used in a crime that kills someone. There is a argument that the person that left the gun in the car shares some of the blame.

I would hate to get Covid, pass it to my parents who then pass it to a church member that then dies.

Just my thoughts, it all sucks right now and I am concerned that this will grow over time and will kill lots of people in the next year or two world wide.
Wrong again. Or maybe the car crash analogy should be revised to "If you're under the age of 60"

Why do people refuse to see that COVID basically only kills those who are weak and have big underlying health issues? Are there any studies that show about how long these people would have lived if COVID didn't kill them?
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