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    Factoid: The USA and South Korea had their first diagnosed case of COVID-19 on the same day, January 20.

    The difference in outcomes is a moral and political difference between the two.

    If mass death in the USA wasn't the intended policy, that's what it turns out to have been.

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    Factoid: The USA and South Korea had their first diagnosed case of COVID-19 on the same day, January 20.

    The difference in outcomes is a moral and political difference between the two.

    If mass death in the USA wasn't the intended policy, that's what it turns out to have been.
    I imagine (they) didn't & still haven't hit their beaches & parks like we did & still do.

    "You can go to the playgrounds, but, you can't play basketball. If you do play basketball I'm closing the playgrounds."
    "I'm closing the streets so you can walk around on the streets. Stay between 2 meters & 6 feet apart and don't play basketball. If you play basketball I'm going to close the streets to you and open them up to you as long as you're in a car."

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    Winester, we still haven't closed down. Anywhere!

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    Winester, we still haven't closed down. Anywhere!
    Then why did 3.28 million people file for unemployment the week endin 3/14? If social distancing and people hunkered down at home didn't cause the economic contraction, what did?

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    Factoid: The USA and South Korea had their first diagnosed case of COVID-19 on the same day, January 20.

    The difference in outcomes is a moral and political difference between the two.

    If mass death in the USA wasn't the intended policy, that's what it turns out to have been.
    The lives will have been sacrificed for the market Moloch and DJT's personal glory.

    The sacrifice will do nothing to avert a recession we're already in and may make it worse.

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    They were selling your .
    They were smelling your too my friend....

    Sasha Vujacic trying to guard Pierce

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    Then why did 3.28 million people file for unemployment the week endin 3/14? If social distancing and people hunkered down at home didn't cause the economic contraction, what did?
    That ain't closing down. That's filing for unemployment & then going for a walk & a Frisbee catch in Central Park, or, a swim on a Florida beach, or, a swim in the Pacific Ocean off California, or, living in regret because you Mardi Gra'ed in Louisiana.

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    They were smelling your too my friend....

    Sasha Vujacic trying to guard Pierce
    ...he made those two ft's, by God.

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    The lives will have been sacrificed for the market Moloch and DJT's personal glory.

    The sacrifice will do nothing to avert a recession we're already in and may make it worse.
    I look at it different, Winester...perhaps, hopefully, prayerfully this Corona will be the (((regular scheduled recession))) [[[that was due/overdue]]] that would NOT HAVE been treated by multiple trillions of dollars...but, instead would have been accepted and lived thru like the Great Recession.

    Almost the proverbial (good thing), right?

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    That ain't closing down. That's filing for unemployment & then going for a walk & a Frisbee catch in Central Park, or, a swim on a Florida beach, or, a swim in the Pacific Ocean off California, or, living in regret because you Mardi Gra'ed in Louisiana.
    Piffle.

    Millions are unemployed because they were laid off. Municipal and state social distancing/public health policies have closed down beaucoup businesses.

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    I look at it different, Winester...perhaps, hopefully, prayerfully this Corona will be the (((regular scheduled recession))) [[[that was due/overdue]]] that would NOT HAVE been treated by multiple trillions of dollars...but, instead would have been accepted and lived thru like the Great Recession.

    Almost the proverbial (good thing), right?
    There are no regularly scheduled recessions.


    The great recession was a catastrophe we still haven't gotten over. Trillions were thown at Wall St and Fed interest rate repression has essentially been a decade long subsidy to banks and non-bank financiers.

    In this recession economic misery is compounded by pestilence. Nothing good about it.

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    There are no regularly scheduled recessions.


    The great recession was a catastrophe we still haven't gotten over. Trillions were thown at Wall St and Fed interest rate repression has essentially been a decade long subsidy to banks and non-bank financiers.

    In this recession economic misery is compounded by pestilence. Nothing good about it.
    Please. That's all YOUR SIDE here threatened & forewarned. Well, it's here, but, because of Corona we treated it.

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    Piffle.

    Millions are unemployed because they were laid off. Municipal and state social distancing/public health policies have closed down beaucoup businesses.
    Drove 'em off to the beaches, parks, mardi gra & walkways.

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    Drove 'em off to the beaches, parks, mardi gra & walkways.
    Austin Texas is like a ghost town today. Parking lot half full at Central Market at opening -- yesterday it was a madhouse.

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    I look at it different, Winester...perhaps, hopefully, prayerfully this Corona will be the (((regular scheduled recession))) [[[that was due/overdue]]] that would NOT HAVE been treated by multiple trillions of dollars...but, instead would have been accepted and lived thru like the Great Recession.

    Almost the proverbial (good thing), right?
    New Deal

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    80k today, probably 100k+ tomorrow.

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    Austin Texas is like a ghost town today. Parking lot half full at Central Market at opening -- yesterday it was a madhouse.
    Same way it was there when Charles Whitman ascended that Tower.

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    Same way it was there when Charles Whitman ascended that Tower.
    Same way it was when those rescue workers arrived at the crash site

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    Same way it was when those rescue workers arrived at the crash site
    Or when Magic's T cells said ciao!

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    Update (26 March 2020---3:43AM):::

    Corona dead: 903
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 Flu dead: 12.5k

    Let us proceed...
    Update (27 March 2020---4AM):::

    Corona dead: 1100
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 Flu dead: 12.5k

    Let us proceed...

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    Spain has had 769 deaths today. Next in line will probably be Iran, France, USA, India, Pakistan and Indonesia.

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    Corona dead: 488
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 flu dead: 12.5k

    I'm using the CNN running count ticker on their channel for the Corona death count. That's who started a running count, so, I'll dance with them.

    Let us proceed...
    Update:::

    Corona dead: 540
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 Flu dead: 12.5k
    Update (25 March 2020---3:45AM):::

    Corona dead: 703
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 Flu dead: 12.5k

    Let us proceed...
    Update (26 March 2020---3:43AM):::

    Corona dead: 903
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 Flu dead: 12.5k

    Let us proceed...
    Update (27 March 2020---4AM):::

    Corona dead: 1100
    Regular Flu dead: 23+k
    Spanish Flu dead: 275k
    Obama's H1N1 Flu dead: 12.5k

    Let us proceed...
    your last update was posted about 8 hours ago.

    now up and over 1500. that rate isn't alarming?

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    your last update was posted about 8 hours ago.

    now up and over 1500. that rate isn't alarming?
    idiot would have to understand math for that. Even after it gets more deadly than the flu, which it will, he will simply shrug it off, and move on to the next troll attempt.

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    your last update was posted about 8 hours ago.

    now up and over 1500. that rate isn't alarming?
    Only in terms that I may have to eat that sandwich fixed by that fart face (Splits).
    , that's gonna be at least 1/2 way to a grand by 4AM tomorrow morning.

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    idiot would have to understand math for that. Even after it gets more deadly than the flu, which it will, he will simply shrug it off, and move on to the next troll attempt.
    RG is my fart catcher.

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    Only in terms that I may have to eat that sandwich fixed by that fart face (Splits).
    , that's gonna be at least 1/2 way to a grand by 4AM tomorrow morning.
    really? only for that?

    good grief, dude

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