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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by ThreatMatrix, Oct 17, 2020.
Now Covid is killing 80,000/month?
It’s not that it’s foreign...it’s the legal status we’re most concerned with
Is he dead yet?
This is one hell of a pissing contest!! Congrats, boys!!
Incidentally I went up to Daytona Friday for some Biketoberfest festivities. Wall to wall people in the streets and in the bars and not a mask to be seen. I'll let you know when I die.
Standby for CNN to show footage and calling it a "super spreader". I had a super spreader retirement ceremony two weeks ago, 60+ people showed up.....still waiting for the first "Hey, I got the China Virus at your retirement" text/phone call/email. I imagine I'll be waiting a long time....like all of us are still waiting for that "coming ice age" all of the "climate experts" were calling for back in the 70s.
Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm has the China Virus:
No, not now. Back in early April to early May.
Don't forget ol' Bobby.
He most certainly wouldn’t be the only one. It’s sad to watch.
I did read about one covid death that was actually a motorcycle accident. The guy was taking a test drive after changing the oil when he lost the grip on the handlebars and crashed. They counted it as covid because he'd still be alive if he would have just #washedhishands.
Wow. Lotta' cra cra in this thread.
#SCIENCE Or the Inconvenient End of the World in 10 Years (if you don't buy carbon credits from Al Gore).
this is why zambo is still my favorite... or at least top three... monkeys on this website.
Here's a good take on what I consider the proper way to look at the 'vid FWIW. Hopefully the link works.
Definitely happened to Bill Burr. Dude gets married and has a kid and all of a sudden he goes from "We need a plague" to a mask Karen.
I am embarrassed that UF has a guy majoring in microbiology who decided to come at me on Twitter because I called out he fear mongering about how deadly of a disease this is for everyone. I did the easy (and rounded) math. That 2.7% of cases in the US end in death and only 6% of those are healthy/young people with no co-morbidities. Rounding 2.7 to 3 that leaves a .18% chance of death for the young and/or healthy. Yesterday ESPN ran a ticker throughout the day/night about how low of a chance Madrid and Barcelona had of both losing yesterday and how incredible it was (.7%). Well, this guy gets butthurt and says something like 217,000 dead proves me wrong. Well, assuming the 217,000 is reliable (it's not, hell, it includes over 3,000 people from NY that were never tested), it doesn't change the numbers I have from John Hopkins and the CDC one iota. Poor bastard then went into the emotional "friends/family are not stats" trope every f-ing lefty does with me when the numbers prove this thing isn't that deadly for healthy people like they, for some God forsaken reason, want/need it to be. I pointed out my original statement that I said we can protect the vulnerable while acknowledging the lack of risk overall for the young and healthy. But, apparently its a zero sum game. POINT IS, Mullen and everyone else will more than likely to be fine.
Again it's beyond lunacy....
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