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Old 11-30-2020, 05:44 PM   #7891
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You don't have the ability to do so. Prove me wrong
Whatever you say fake tough guy
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Old 11-30-2020, 06:11 PM   #7892
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Texas, data as of Nov 26

deaths on a downward trend
cases on a downward trend


https://covidtracking.com/data/state/texas
I have been posting HOSPITALIZATIONS since this recent discussions began. Not deaths. Or cases. Deaths lag cases and hospitalizations.

You still don't get it.

Both HOSPITALIZATIONS and fatalities are increasing all over the country.
Some momentary fluctuations appear in various locals. But things overall are getting worse. The trend line worsens at holidays, no matter where you are.

Hopefully things will improve but it is not over even though Mike thinks the media will stop reporting and exaggerating it

1)- After the election or
2)- When Biden takes over

Of course, "No worse than the flu" bull.on endless loop.
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Old 11-30-2020, 07:40 PM   #7893
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Old 11-30-2020, 08:03 PM   #7894
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I have been posting HOSPITALIZATIONS since this recent discussions began. Not deaths. Or cases. Deaths lag cases and hospitalizations.

You still don't get it.

Both HOSPITALIZATIONS and fatalities are increasing all over the country.
Some momentary fluctuations appear in various locals. But things overall are getting worse. The trend line worsens at holidays, no matter where you are.

Hopefully things will improve but it is not over even though Mike thinks the media will stop reporting and exaggerating it

1)- After the election or
2)- When Biden takes over

Of course, "No worse than the flu" bull.on endless loop.
527 pages in I still don't get what your point is with all your endless posts....we get it, the china virus is bad, it kills people.
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Old 11-30-2020, 08:40 PM   #7895
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This today from CNN

Trump said this months ago and they act like they are breaking news

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Old 11-30-2020, 09:37 PM   #7896
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Whatever you say fake tough guy
Yes... Whatever I say, guy with no intelligent reply to the subject

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Old 11-30-2020, 09:42 PM   #7897
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Careful!

He might invite you to Denny's and a boat ride!

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Old 11-30-2020, 09:48 PM   #7898
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I have been posting HOSPITALIZATIONS since this recent discussions began. Not deaths. Or cases. Deaths lag cases and hospitalizations.

You still don't get it.

Both HOSPITALIZATIONS and fatalities are increasing all over the country.
Some momentary fluctuations appear in various locals. But things overall are getting worse. The trend line worsens at holidays, no matter where you are.

Hopefully things will improve but it is not over even though Mike thinks the media will stop reporting and exaggerating it

1)- After the election or
2)- When Biden takes over

Of course, "No worse than the flu" bull.on endless loop.
Of course I get it. People catch the virus, then some die because of severe pre existing condition(s).

Older people (like me) also caught it, fought thru it and live our lives as normal.

Cases? No big deal. What *is* a big deal is people who are in bad health because of life choices that affect health. Not everyone in bad health is to blame, some are struck with serious issues to no fault of their own... But if people would eat right, exercise, have a life that included interactions with people on a daily basis (online doesn't count) then these #s would fall thru the floor. That's my take from details given on covid deaths locally

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Old 11-30-2020, 10:20 PM   #7899
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for Sunday, November 29, 2020

138,000 new cases

800 deaths
for Monday, November 30,2020

161,000 new cases

1200 deaths
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Careful!

He might invite you to Denny's and a boat ride!

Not me, pal. If we had a governor we wanted to off, I have feeling it would have been done

But not by me
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Of course I get it. People catch the virus, then some die because of severe pre existing condition(s).

Older people (like me) also caught it, fought thru it and live our lives as normal.

Cases? No big deal. What *is* a big deal is people who are in bad health because of life choices that affect health. Not everyone in bad health is to blame, some are struck with serious issues to no fault of their own... But if people would eat right, exercise, have a life that included interactions with people on a daily basis (online doesn't count) then these #s would fall thru the floor. That's my take from details given on covid deaths locally

Agree? Disagree?
Totally disagree.

11 pre-existing comorbidities—cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, diabetes, congestive heart failure, cerebrovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, chronic liver disease, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, and HIV/AIDS—were included in the meta-analysis.

Are covid patients who have.....
1)-diabetes
2)-cardiovascular diseases
3)-chronic kidney disease
4)-asthma
5)-chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,

The result of poor life style choices?

Not wearing masks, not social distancing,...are.
Do you think those damn old crotchety seniors are worth medical treatment?
Or even worth saving? Hell, they're gonna kick the bucket soon!

Yes, many of these patients worsen their condition by stupidity, but is their lack of discipline deserving a death sentence? Genetics is the initial trigger for these conditions. Instead of facing facts, you are misunderstanding and exaggerating what people have control over, and denying what the do.

Public health solutions do have possibilities to change how many get infected, get hospitalized, and die.

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Old 12-01-2020, 05:55 AM   #7902
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Of course I get it. People catch the virus, then some die because of severe pre existing condition(s).
The latest hospitalization data. Sure is a lot of irresponsible poor choice making suckers, and old geezer fools. Must all be Mexicans.

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Speaking of Mexicans.....

https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/11/29/...covid-fatigue/

EL PASO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The mayor of a Texas city hit hard by a recent spike in coronavirus cases says the blame can be pointed at “COVID fatigue” and that many cases are coming from shopping at large retailers.

Mayor Dee Margo joined CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday to discuss the spike and why his city is getting crushed.

El Paso made headlines earlier this month after it hired mobile morgues and paid inmates to carry the bodies of those who died from the virus. The Texas National Guard was also deployed to help the city with morgues.
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That's not hypocritical at all. After all, Santa Monica isn't in L.A.
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