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GeorgeW1000 last won the day on December 25 2019

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  1. Unemployment was upgraded to include freelancers I think, why not file? (it was part of the stimulus.)
  2. https://www.theage.com.au/world/europe/china-should-be-sued-for-6-5-trillion-for-coronavirus-damages-says-top-uk-think-tank-20200405-p54h5b.html
  3. Eatin spicy chips. I love capitalism because these chips are spicy like they should be. The brand is Paqui.
  4. Idiot bitch at the store didn't keep social distancing to me. Was yelling with her black family (?) member. Why go through all of this when one bitch is enough to make this pointless.
  5. I agree but I think it's wise not to blame them too much... This virus spreads incredibly which is why it thwarted china even as they were locking people in their own apartments.
  6. None of that would have contained this virus.
  7. I know this site is about arguing and owning people, but Im not really trying to argue or own you... just trying to contribute. The WSJ article may have been wrong, that's my point. But its thesis is right, its less deadly than what we thought it was.
  8. It's just funny to me that despite all the liberal and world government types's attempt to thwart this virus, the virus won in the end. I think we're going to look at this lockdown as a failure and a dumb thing we all did. Though, I don't feel shame in being afraid of it... everyone was.
  9. The WSJ article I linked also had a paragraph that said 0.1%, but all those responses are just estimations. And an epidemiologist says that it might not be contained. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/02/covid-vaccine/607000/ So we have a new "coronavirus" like the cold, but far more deadly. Killing 5 times as many people as the flu, possibly every flu and cold season. A vaccine may be impossible, because not only does diseases that use RNA mutate more rapidly, but because it may be more dangerous to make a vaccine than to have one. It's impossible to contain, and it spreads exponentially rather than just person to person. The good news is that since this is a new disease, our tolerance of it may go up over time, and these problems may just be temporary. At least in my lifetime.
  10. Coronavirus death rate is lower than previously reported, study says, but it's still deadlier than seasonal flu https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/30/health/coronavirus-lower-death-rate/index.html @Hot Sauce These numbers could even be incorrect with how many people this spreads to and at the rate of infection this disease has.
  11. https://reason.com/2020/03/30/joe-biden-tara-reade-sexual-assault-media/
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