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Cock Van Der Palm

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1260 on: June 01, 2020, 10:16:13 am »
I'd trade 2 hours of my daily commute for ever having to see my co-workers ever again.  Fuck-em.

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« Reply #1261 on: June 01, 2020, 10:43:04 am »
I just donít know enough to understand Covid19

I hope itís losing its potency and spreads less easily than previously thought


The Italian health authorities have discredited that physicianís statements but who the hell knows

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1262 on: June 01, 2020, 10:48:00 am »
I just donít know enough to understand Covid19

I hope itís losing its potency and spreads less easily than previously thought


The Italian health authorities have discredited that physicianís statements but who the hell knows

I think the news-cycle has passed Covid... Time for bigger issues (which I agree with), but will also likely be forgotten in a few weeks.

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1263 on: June 01, 2020, 11:14:19 am »
Bigger issues than 150,000 dead in two months and millions of infected people?


I agree the news cycle passes everything by but that says more about us and our society than the relative bigness of an issue


I know a woman who lives in a retirement community in Silver Spring area...her two neighbors- one next to her apartment and one in front have died from Covid19..last I heard over 30 people in the complex (itís very big) had died from covid

We may wish to ignore it and carry on...again that says more about us than the issue..I guess itís just capitulation..we canít figure out how to deal with it so letís ignore it...a. colossal failure



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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1264 on: June 01, 2020, 11:41:42 am »
Bigger issues than 150,000 dead in two months and millions of infected people?


100's of years of systemic racism in the US is a bigger issue for me than Covid... not saying Covid isn't a big issue, but this is bigger in my humble opinion.

For a change of scenery after three months of not leaving our neighborhood, we went to western PA last week to see my parents. They live in a county where there have been approximately 10 cases. The town will most likely cease to exist if current conditions economically continue. This is just one example of extreme measures that make absolute zero sense. I'm not saying every area should open up and I think that's extremely irresponsible, but this virus is killing people in many other ways that just sickness (which has been covered in this thread before).
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1265 on: June 01, 2020, 11:55:00 am »
100's of years of systemic racism in the US is a bigger issue for me than Covid... not saying Covid isn't a big issue, but this is bigger in my humble opinion.
Fully agree.
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1266 on: June 01, 2020, 12:18:40 pm »
Obviously itís all about equilibrium


And a person can walk and chew gum at same time


The idea we should ignore covid19 or move on because of systemic racism is fill in blank




We canít wave some magic wand or enact a ten point plan to end systemic racism

Itís a cultural issue and culture is the hardest thing to change.

We can recognize the issue and work to address it but any real change will be here long after we are all dead.
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1267 on: June 01, 2020, 12:54:21 pm »
Bigger issues than 150,000 dead in two months and millions of infected people?


100's of years of systemic racism in the US is a bigger issue for me than Covid... not saying Covid isn't a big issue, but this is bigger in my humble opinion.

For a change of scenery after three months of not leaving our neighborhood, we went to western PA last week to see my parents. They live in a county where there have been approximately 10 cases. The town will most likely cease to exist if current conditions economically continue. This is just one example of extreme measures that make absolute zero sense. I'm not saying every area should open up and I think that's extremely irresponsible, but this virus is killing people in many other ways that just sickness (which has been covered in this thread before).

I plan on driving to see my family next month in upstate NY. My brother remains unemployed after being laid off 2.5 months ago. He lives in a county with 100K people. So far, 133 cases, 0 deaths, and 9200 private sector jobs lost in April (alone).

Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1268 on: June 01, 2020, 01:32:20 pm »
new way to ride elevators

now even harder to tell who dealt it
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1269 on: June 02, 2020, 01:20:51 pm »
Why did the chicken cross the road?

To pose for a blasphemous photo op at St. John's Episcopal Church.
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1270 on: June 02, 2020, 01:57:59 pm »
Spain, 0 deaths yesterday, 2 the day before.

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1272 on: June 03, 2020, 12:10:18 pm »
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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1273 on: June 03, 2020, 12:21:47 pm »
Eh multiple candidates

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Re: COVID-19 2020
« Reply #1274 on: June 03, 2020, 12:36:54 pm »
Eh multiple candidates
What is this, a chess tournament?

HIYOOOOOO
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