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    It's time to open back up. I'm at low tisk, as I've been working at home for years. There's no reason to sacrifice healthy people's livelihoods to protect such a small segment of our society. Harsh truth.
    Culling of the herd

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    He called you got

    Does got mean gay to you?
    Watch the South Park episodes about Harley guys being s

    no need to clutch pearls tbh

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    Someone like you. No take, just ing.
    Answer the question

    What does got mean to you?


    I’m not counting on anyone to take care of me like you do

    Do you need permission to answer my question?

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    Hey guys remember that one time in human history where the world economy took a massive fall and we were all ed for eternity? Oh wait it always recovered? Hmmmmmm
    Death isn’t permanent either. These dying people will just start their new lives in heaven! Now we don’t have to feel guilty about sacrificing them for the economy

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    They just need to find another job in this booming economy.
    Learn to code

    wasnt possible for coal miners. But old people surely can

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    Watch the South Park episodes about Harley guys being s

    no need to clutch pearls tbh
    Yeah, I don’t watch that, or have pearls

    Darrin has a history here

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    So youre wanting all business back open at 100%?
    Where appropriate
    Whatever that means

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    "In mid-April, 30% more Americans died than was typical in the same period in previous years, a Wall Street Journal examination of federal death-certificate data shows..."

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/covid-1...ly-11589555652

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    "In mid-April, 30% more Americans died than was typical in the same period in previous years, a Wall Street Journal examination of federal death-certificate data shows..."

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/covid-1...ly-11589555652
    I got an anecdote that proves none of those deaths are COVID.

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    But it's like the flu though

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    It doesn't spread because I can't say how it spreads.

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    I've never seen tholdern post in this section, but can't say i'm surprised with his political takes given his takes upstairs

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    You guys are adorable. I'm unaffected by shutdowns.

    Younger generations are ed.

    To me, that's not a good thing.
    Why are they ed? They have their whole life ahead of them, and if there's anything about a good economic crisis is that now you have the opportunity to rebuild.

    You know who's ed? The minority that got infected and died because Gen Z couldn't wait another month or two.

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    I'm the one arguing for younger people. Zero people under 30 have died in SA.
    That's great. How many of those infected other at-risk people though?

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    I've never seen tholdern post in this section, but can't say i'm surprised with his political takes given his takes upstairs
    Yeah, it's really not a section problem...

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    They just need to find another job in this booming economy.
    If it only takes missing one paycheck for millions of people to miss rent and bills then the economy never really was booming.

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    Yeah, the non-elderly healthy people.

    That's MOST people.
    The problem is that this has a non-zero chance of killing people in who are not in the high-risk groups, and has a high hospitalization rate, with the ever-loomi4ng threat of overwhelmed hospitals.

    Kill off enough people that are not elderly, and you have a huge drag on the economy, vastly outpacing the damage from a temporary slow down.-

    Kill enough 0-40 year olds, and you lose all the money they would have earned and spent for decades. That adds up quick, even at low fatality rates.

    With some indications that even survivors will have permanent damage, the way to " " the economy is to re-open too fast, too soon

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    If it only takes missing one paycheck for millions of people to miss rent and bills then the economy never really was booming.
    What was it, half of America living paycheck to paycheck before COVID? LOL at trying to present any economy we've had since "the jobless recovery" of 2008 as healthy just because of the Dow. I'll still never forget Trump's hissyfit shutdown where all these government workers who had so-called "good middle-class jobs" were stuck going into food lines to survive. This ing economy has been nakedly a house of cards ever since what boutons_deux appropriately called the Banksters Great Depression of 2008.

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    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features...worst-is-over/

    Democrats Say The Worst Of The Coronavirus Is Yet To Come. Republicans Say The Worst Is Over.

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    Florida and Georgia were supposed to be “inevitable”, what happened?
    https://news.yahoo.com/newly-reopene...223903143.html

    Newly reopened South Florida seen as an emerging coronavirus hot spot
    WASHINGTON — Federal officials responding to the coronavirus pandemic are concerned about the rapidly rising number of cases in Palm Beach County, Fla., according to an internal Trump administration do ent reviewed by Yahoo News.

    The do ent, a May 15 daily interagency update on the nation’s coronavirus response circulated by the Department of Homeland Security, notes new areas of concern for coronavirus. It was provided to Yahoo News by one of its recipients under the condition that that recipient not be identified.

    “As most states have begun phased re-opening, several COVID-19 hot spots continue to emerge,” the notice says. Three counties are then listed: Palm Beach; San Bernardino County, Calif.; and Marshall County, Ala.
    This takes a few weeks to develop. We will not really know the ultimate effects for another couple of weeks.

    Happy to be wrong about extent of disease, but the behavior of opening up leads to more infections. This is not difficult to comprehend.

    Unless you are an idiot.

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    The problem is that this has a non-zero chance of killing people in who are not in the high-risk groups, and has a high hospitalization rate, with the ever-loomi4ng threat of overwhelmed hospitals.

    Kill off enough people that are not elderly, and you have a huge drag on the economy, vastly outpacing the damage from a temporary slow down.-

    Kill enough 0-40 year olds, and you lose all the money they would have earned and spent for decades. That adds up quick, even at low fatality rates.

    With some indications that even survivors will have permanent damage, the way to " " the economy is to re-open too fast, too soon
    This is not true

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    What was it, half of America living paycheck to paycheck before COVID? LOL at trying to present any economy we've had since "the jobless recovery" of 2008 as healthy just because of the Dow. I'll still never forget Trump's hissyfit shutdown where all these government workers who had so-called "good middle-class jobs" were stuck going into food lines to survive. This ing economy has been nakedly a house of cards ever since what boutons_deux appropriately called the Banksters Great Depression of 2008.
    Not only that the whole "health insurance tied to employment" thing has been exposed as the bad idea it always was.

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    ... because...?

    I can probably find the economic study. When you start calculating the NPV costs of excess fatalities, and additional health care spending in the most expensive health care system in the world it doesn't take much.

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    Third time? Obviously all honest mistakes. Pobody's nerfect amirite?

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    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features...worst-is-over/

    Democrats Say The Worst Of The Coronavirus Is Yet To Come. Republicans Say The Worst Is Over.
    ... will be answered in a few weeks.

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