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Kingfisher06

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  1. $5/lb No bones or your money back. Need Vitamin C money. When I got off the plane from China customs said I didn’t need a test. Hours? I can catch a pal an hour.
  2. Go buy gift certificates from these tackle shops. They’ll need the liquidity short term.
  3. By the way it is demonstrated in lab experiments that the aerosol is valid up to 3hrs. It is airborne beyond large droplets from a sneeze. That is a fact.
  4. China was taking cash out of circulation 2 months ago. Old news. They will role out a new digital only currency soon enough. A digital crypto currency will rise from the ashes . We are witnessing a deflationary credit crunch of the likes we’ve never seen. Hyperinflation will follow. The dollar’s only strength as a world currency was its mandatory usage per OPEC in oil trade-that and military intervention if you dared trade oil outside of the dollar. wouldn’t you like to know what crypto will be backed?
  5. They are actually considering letting prisoners out of Rikers Island right now. I cannot comprehend that. On top of that Philadelphia and other cities are going to quit arresting criminals for serious crimes like robbery. It is truly unbelievable. Stay safe everyone.
  6. I cannot believe the fat on that steak. If I didn't just buy a half a pig and had the freezer space I'd be buying. Looks great!
  7. By the end of the year people will be sleeping in Wal-Mart on the shelves where the toilet paper use to be.
  8. It honestly reads like a guy who has a retirement portfolio loaded to the gills with equities and was hoping to retire next year. Not a infectious disease Doctor smack dab in a major city with the onset of a novel virus, with no treatments, and zero understanding of what life is like after recovery.
  9. You can fit more toilet paper in a trunk than a carry-on.
  10. The response made perfect sense. He contradicted himself. Social distancing is important. He's alluding to the idea of panic leading to the dismissal of weddings and family gatherings as a fear based irrational response. That's stupid. Its perfectly rational to suspend gatherings. History tells us preemptive closures (especially schools, (hint) flu season begins when school starts and ends when school lets out) are the #1 thing you can do to prevent a 'hockey stick' infection rate graph pattern from forming thus overwhelming your hospital infrastructure, regardless of what state they are currently in. The only goal here is to flatten the curve. In 1918 San Fran closed everything during the onset of the second wave while the country became devastated by the flu. They went unscathed until they became complacent and the third wave hit them. Mind you, they were a major port of entry and even the ramifications of ceasing all economic activity, which has far more implications than folks not being able to go to work -that was still the right decision. Keeping schools open will increase case fatality rates PERIOD. Closing schools is only complicated when you become emotional and believe the community will let children starve because the cafeteria is closed at school. It is a FACT that children are largely asymptomatic and have the highest viral loads with this virus. Jefferson County just suspended all schools (without a case in the county) because they are listening to professionals and not emotional advocates like your self or DeBlasio.
  11. Crock of crap letter. Worried you'll cancel weddings, graduations, and family reunions while ensuring the reader the spread is nowhere near over. The cognitive dissonance in this rambling is astounding. If you are running around scared as a grown man-waiting in a 100 yard line before Costco opens to shove your 4 sq ft shopping cart with 7 sq ft of toilet paper, then yes, be scared of your own stupidity. Being prepared is a community service. It allows one to be calm, check in on the elderly, and have control. Preemptive closures of schools is the first priority-that flattens the infection rate curve allowing hospitals staff/infrastructure to treat the very ill and keep themselves from being overwhelmed. The people who are worried about the Olympics and school lunches not being divided out are the ones lacking compassion and facts. He should call Italy's Medical Chief for an opinion-never mind, he died from it.
  12. I put a Nikon ProStaff 3-9x on a .308 Thompson Venture. It is a good scope for the price. Sometimes I wish I had 4-12x and a higher end, better light grabbing scope, but this scope has not let me down at all.
  13. Italy's case fatality rate is nearing 5%. Seasonal flu has a fatality rate of 0.1%. The medical community is hoping for a realized 0.5% CFR for America. It spreads like a norovirus and anyone with kids who have used a daycare understand how contagious that is-far worse than the seasonal flu. The societal repercussions will be significant. Do not listen to the apathetic "it's just the flu bro" or "looks like everyone will get it, so let it happen" people. Prepare for the worst, hope for the best.
  14. For the folks who are older or who have loved ones in care facilities I would take some precautions. I actually think the media may be under reporting this to stave off panic in the markets. In every country that has dealt with this the hospital infrastructure has failed. If you can take measures to protect yourselves you should do it. Hunkering down for a month is prudent.
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