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  1. #19626
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    Hasnít that already been decided?

    Scientists now have decisive molecular evidence that humans and chimpanzees once had a common momma and that this lineage had previously split from monkeys.

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    Or how about incel? I do like "Dick" though. Hmm, that sounds wrong. I like "Dick: as the name for a certain kind of dick.

    The problem with "Karen", besides it being sexist, is that it has been co-opted by the right and by dicks in general to put down anyone who calls them out when they're doing their dick thing. It's no longer just someone who abuses people behind a counter. It's a way to justify being a dick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebased View Post
    Looks pretty similar to flu death during the 2017/18 rates for the under 65 crowd. Although the flu takes more sub-18 https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/2017-2018.htm
    Reportedly up to 80% of those infected may be asymptomatic while spreading this shit.
    Ooof!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Speaking of marketing..... "Visit Walla Walla" is up a running ads now that we are in Phase 2 encouraging people to come here. I know we need tourist dollars but maybe we should be more cautious. We've been luckier than a lot of counties partly because the shut down came before tourist season. We don't need to be the next Sun Valley.

    Not to mention the state mandate is for people to stay within their counties if they are in a lower phase. Besides, phase 2 still only allows for "limited non-essential travel within proximity of your home." Yeah it's a catch 22.
    Same thing going on here. I wish they'd do a summer sans marketing. Let us ease back into tourism slowly (honestly, I think this will happen anyway). I'm not sure we need to throw money at it at this point in time.

  5. #19630
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    Oh are we 7 days post the last time we had to have the "it's just the flu bro" discussion?

    what about "let's do Sweden"...are we due for that loop to restart or do we have a couple more days before it's been a week?

    Is this where we have to remind the exact same people about the exact same facts that questioned them last week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey E View Post
    This is where the US stands as of May 24, with and without NY.

    Attachment 329982

    So the ex-NY running daily total new cases is about 20,000. That flat line for the rest of the US contains this:

    Attachment 329983

    Not looking good for many states which are opening up. Would be good to review this in two/three weeks time.
    It'd be interesting to have an index of this where testing rates are taken into account.

    Also, there was always the expectation that cases would go up with a re-opening; however, I think in most places, the tracing isn't yet in place.

  7. #19632
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkendrenchman View Post
    I think in most places, the tracing isn't yet in place.
    The local health dept is advertising for contact tracers right now.

    But they don't seem to be allowing work from home?! Something about forest and trees...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennymac View Post
    Oh are we 7 days post the last time we had to have the "it's just the flu bro" discussion?

    what about "let's do Sweden"...are we due for that loop to restart or do we have a couple more days before it's been a week?

    Is this where we have to remind the exact same people about the exact same facts that questioned them last week?
    thank god itís another week until ďLib hero bill deblasio sucksĒ

  9. #19634
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    Bubba is great, but specific to the southern-type. Joeys aren't angry.

    Kenny?

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    So this is the link to the states stats I mentioned above, sorry
    https://graphics.reuters.com/HEALTH-...S/dgkvlgkrkpb/

    Oh, and I vote Ken

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    Milton?
    Ooof!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Reportedly up to 80% of those infected may be asymptomatic while spreading this shit.
    So not similar to the flu.
    Damn shame, throwing away a perfectly good white boy like that

  13. #19638
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    Tough one. Yeah, Bubba is too regional. Maybe, Archie? (Bunker)

    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

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    Todd?

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    Darren? Karen and Darren.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey E View Post
    So this is the link to the states stats I mentioned above, sorry
    https://graphics.reuters.com/HEALTH-...S/dgkvlgkrkpb/

    Oh, and I vote Ken

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    I had that Ken doll! Got him for Christmas one year with Swinging PJ








    Quote Originally Posted by bennymac View Post
    Todd?
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    I didnít know Key Party Barbie was a thing.

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    How bout Gary or Doug
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Reportedly up to 80% of those infected may be asymptomatic while spreading this shit.
    Where do you see that? Iíve seen 40%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Darren? Karen and Darren.


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    Thatís a good option for sure

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    We just called em Okies, covers both genders and I tended to hang with the beaners. Okies were a subset of gringos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebased View Post
    Looks pretty similar to flu death during the 2017/18 rates for the under 65 crowd. Although the flu takes more sub-18 https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/2017-2018.htm
    It looks like COVID is around ten times more deadly than the flu even for the under 65 crowd.

    According to your source for the '17/18, notably bad, influenza season IFR-Symptomatic by age group:

    18-49 → = 0.02%
    50-64 → = 0.05%
    __65+ → = 0.9%

    COVID-19 IFR percentages for New York City based on seroprevalence:

    18-44 → = 0.09%
    45-64 → = 0.8%
    65-74 → = 2.6%
    _75+ → = 7.1%


    Note: If excess deaths are included then COVID-19 deaths are 16% higher. The COVID-19 percentages are also based on positive serology test results which includes the asymptomatic whereas the flu numbers are based on CDC symptomatic estimates. The flu fatality percentages are an order of magnitude smaller if the upwards of 50% asymptomatic flu infections are included.


    According to the CDC people age 20 to 44 accounted for 20% of the coronavirus hospitalizations in the U.S. whereas for the '17/18 flu season people age 18 to 49 accounted for only 10% of the influenza hospitalizations. There's also a much higher percentage of people susceptible to SARS2 compared with the flu virus.

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    62 % of Brazilians are > 29 years of age and their pres might be a bigger moran than Trump if that is possible

    27000 dead and coming on strong in a country with a lot of young so I wonder if its just old folks or young folk too??
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    Where do you see that? Iíve seen 40%.
    Pick a number. There will be a source.

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