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=>I personally wear a mask in public and at work when I step out of my office, even though it is really is annoying and gets hot.
I take my shoes off when I get home so as to not track in Rona (I read months ago that Rona is not immune to gravity and those falls to floors and gets on shoes).
I carry wipes with me and wipe down all doorknobs, elevator buttons, and toilet seats after I finish taking a crap.
I eat outside in restaurants. Only ate inside once, this past Tuesday, as it was a paralegals last day - retiring at 17 years of service - and we could not find outide seating for our group. I was not comfortable however.
I do it all because I do not want to get sick or infect others. I try to do what I can to be a good citizen. I think it is the right thing to do.
That said, I try not talk down to others who choose not to wear masks, go to restaurants/bars and eat inside, or have house parties. It is their choice. I have so many flaws and vices that I cannot throw stones.
The problem is Rona has been politicized. Some on the left and the media has greatly overhyped it. Some on the right and liberty folk have greatly downplayed it as a great hoax. Unlike 9/11 and the moon landing, Rona really happened!
The snobbery on both sides of it is silly and hypocritical.
It should not be a political football. These two statements are both true:
1) It is disease that is only slightly more deadly than the flu and not really deadly at all for anyone young without pre-existing conditions. (I know, I know, I am right wing asshole who wants to kill gramma for saying it)
2) BUT, it is an extremely contagious disease without a vaccine which has the potential to levy havoc on the health care system and can kill gramma. It should be treated seriously like such. (I know, I know, I am a left wing libtard sheeple who wants to destroy the economy for saying it)
Too bad that someone's political affiliation dictates they will believe only one of those 2 truths and never both.
=>THIS IS FASCINATING AND AMAZING!!!I JUST RAN THE NUMBERS FOR AVERAGE DAILY DEATHS PER WEEK AND PER MONTH. IT SHOWS THAT THE DAILY DEATH RATE HAS CONTINUED TO DECLINE SIGNIFICANTLY WEEK AFTER WEEK AFTER WEEK!We are at just 33 daily deaths now after a high of 2,339 the week ending April 18th. You don't get this kind of information in media reporting.
AVERAGE U.S. DEATHS PER DAY FOR EACH WEEK ENDING:
01/11: 0 - No Change
01/18: 0 – No Change
01/25: 0 – No Change
02/01: 0 – No Change
02/08: 0.1 – Increase by 0.1 deaths
02/15: 0 – Decrease by 0.1 deaths
02/22: 0.7 – Increase by 0.7 deaths
02/29: 0.7 – No Change
03/07: 5 – Increase by 4 deaths
03/14: 7 – Increase by 2 deaths
03/21: 78 – Increase by 71 deaths
03/28: 437 – Increase by 358 deaths
04/04: 1,359 – Increase by 923 deaths
04/11: 2,245 – Increase by 885 deaths
04/18: 2,339 – Increase by 94 deaths
04/25: 2,019 - Decrease by 320 deaths
05/02: 1,672 – Decrease by 347 deaths
05/09: 1,541 – Decrease by 131 deaths
05/16: 1,263 – Decrease by 278 deaths
05/23: 970 – Decrease by 293 deaths
05/30: 808 – Decrease by 162 deaths
06/06: 611 – Decrease by 197 deaths
06/13: 435 – Decrease by 176 deaths
06/20: 207 – Decrease by 288 deaths06/27: 33 – Decrease by 174 deathsttps://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/index.htm
I don't know the numbers, but it feels like we have roughly 3-5 ships left. Terran Hearn (DE/OLB) and Giovanni Scales (DB) seem like two guys towards to the top of the board. Scales just de-committed from WMU and would be a great addition at Safety. Other than that, it seems like we'll use 1 on a kicker. Maybe a QB too, just to make greggie uncomfortable. I'm a little surprised interior DL hasn't been as big of a priority. Maybe the staff plans to move some guys around, but we seem a little light in that department. Losing out on Drew Hughes to Ball state is a bummer. We'll see, still a lot of time left in this cycle.Is that it are we going after more