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  1. You’d know she did if she dumped it all yesterday.
  2. because the marginal risk to a football player seems very low to me, or maybe even better if they play football. I don't think the off field social distancing by the average player would be better than a lockerroom that is sanitized all the time by the sorts of staff D1 programs are able to roll out. but the lawsuit risk is way too high because invariably some would get sick. in short (and in morbid terms): there are going to be deaths this fall of some D1 players. I'm not all that sure that there will be more while playing football. there might be less.
  3. not true at all. it was the lowest at times, because there were times that cellphone data movement was WAY down. you can go back and look at their forecasts by date (drop down at the top) and see. https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/covid-forecasts/
  4. legislatures around the country should rush out a bill that says "if you do this minimum level of social distancing and whatnot with your football, you're free of liability from sicknesses from it." i don't really think that football (without fans) will result in more COVID19, but the liability issue is just off the charts, so no one can chose to do it.
  5. i think it takes a whole new batch of humans. i think the ones on earth currently are toast. you have to start with kids and re-emphasize teaching american values. they'll grow up and want to do so. we are far too fucked, because actions according to those values have to come with expectation of reciprocity, or the other side will just take advantage. there can be no detente for our generation.
  6. WORK has caught full blown AIDS, so even when there is a big market movement upward my total still goes down.
  7. wife's coworker just lost a cousin last week and mom last night to covid19
  8. Texas deaths. Blue is total observed deaths. Yellow is the 95% confidence interval for maximum deaths in that week.
  9. that seems like a lot https://history.army.mil/html/documents/casualties/stcas.html STATE WORLD WAR II KOREA VIETNAM Alabama 5,114 589 741 Alaska 91 7 43 Arizona 1,613 185 390 Arkansas 3,814 409 397 California 17,022 1,894 3,597 Colorado 2,697 220 376 Connecticut 4,347 239 344 Delaware 579 35 81 District of Columbia 3,029 126 155 Florida 3,540 458 1,280 Georgia 5,701 640 1,125 Hawaii 689 371 214 Idaho 1,419 97 137 Illinois 18,601 1,436 1,854 Indiana 8,131 742 983 Iowa 5,633 392 533 Kansas 4,526 328 386 Kentucky 6,802 750 763 Louisiana 3,964 481 571 Maine 2,156 184 214 Maryland 4,375 431 639 Massachusetts 10,033 663 708 Michigan 12,885 1,242 1,844 Minnesota 6,462 548 707 Mississippi 3,555 351 485 Missouri 8,003 737 945 Montana 1,553 97 167 Nebraska 2,976 234 260 Nevada 349 28 84 New Hampshire 1,203 113 129 New Jersey 10,372 589 920 New Mexico 2,032 147 256 New York 31,215 1,766 2,646 North Carolina 7,109 694 1,166 North Dakota 1,626 147 134 Ohio 16,828 1,488 1,919 Oklahoma 5,474 475 671 Oregon 2,835 202 416 Pennsylvania 26,554 2,030 1,859 Rhode Island 1,669 111 136 South Carolina 3,423 409 650 South Dakota 1,426 130 134 Tennessee 6,528 714 886 Texas 15,764 1,311 2,172 Utah 1,450 112 243 Vermont 874 82 68 Virginia 6,007 750 864 Washington 3,941 341 660 West Virginia 4,865 703 497 Wisconsin 7,038 627 760 Wyoming 652 45 82 Panama Canal Zone 21 1 2 Puerto Rico 368 706 320 American Samoa -- -- 1 Guam -- -- 58 U.S. Virgin Islands -- -- 14 U.S. At Large -- 0 -- U.S. Possessions -- 20 --
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