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 Posted: Wed Sep 23rd, 2020 03:00 am
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Over 200’000 lives lost in the USA

Imagine that would be the entire city of Amarillo or Salt Lake City.

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El Suizo wrote: Over 200’000 lives lost in the USA

Imagine that would be the entire city of Amarillo or Salt Lake City.




If 94% of the population in those cities had pre existing conditions, 75% were over 65 years of age, and 40% lived in nursing homes then yes I suppose. 

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"Mexico's confirmed coronavirus deaths approach 75,000 - health ministry"

https://news.trust.org/item/20200922233623-h75fv/

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comfort zone;
i was just at our most popular grocery store. i was making some purchases. there are only 2 cash registers and 1 or 2 bag boys. the cashier and the box boys had masks, one box boy was enjoying a snack, where they stand to bag your groceries. he wasn't attending the line i was in. he finished his snack, it must have been good, cause he proceeded to lick his fingers clean. he then placed his mask back on and started to bag the groceries!!!!!!!!!!


what's my point? no matter what color red, orange, yellow, there always be someone out there that can endanger your health!


i always spray my shoes before i enter my house with alcohol. once inside i spray all the bags down with alcohol, i spray the package products. before eating anything fresh it is washed.
better safe than sorry!

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gram99 wrote: El Suizo wrote: Over 200’000 lives lost in the USA

Imagine that would be the entire city of Amarillo or Salt Lake City.




If 94% of the population in those cities had pre existing conditions, 75% were over 65 years of age, and 40% lived in nursing homes then yes I suppose. 




Doctors determine the probable cause of death, sign death certificates and put their reputation, license and bond on the line when doing so.  


So you should probably try to educate them with your 3rd hand armchair opinions instead of us.


Me, I'll take their word for it.

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Gram 99, a lot of ifs....

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Bullshipper wrote: gram99 wrote: El Suizo wrote: Over 200’000 lives lost in the USA

Imagine that would be the entire city of Amarillo or Salt Lake City.




If 94% of the population in those cities had pre existing conditions, 75% were over 65 years of age, and 40% lived in nursing homes then yes I suppose. 




Doctors determine the probable cause of death, sign death certificates and put their reputation, license and bond on the line when doing so.  


So you should probably try to educate them with your 3rd hand armchair opinions instead of us.


Me, I'll take their word for it.




Which of those numbers do you dispute bullshipper? 


Im not trying to say that covid wasn’t the primary cause of death for those with pre existing conditions as some right wing sources have. Was just pointing out it’s not a fair comparison to say us covid deaths are like wiping out a city of 200,000.  

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The post I was referencing mentioned Salt Lake City. The median age in SLC is 31.4. Median age of those passing away from Covid in the US is around 75.  Just trying to keep things in perspective. 

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OMG gram99
You are taking my post completely the wrong way.

This was just imagination of how many people we have lost due to the pandemic!

Just a comparison of numbers, to put it into a relation to a whole City.
So stop hi jacking my post.

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KUDOS El Suizo, your original post was as obvious as the nose on our face!

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Suizo, you both are right. You by stressing the impact of the loss of 200,000 souls, being the equivalent of losing an entire city the size of SLC. Gram99 points out that statistically it appears should SLC be the epicenter of the pandemic, the entire city (200,000) would not be lost.

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El Suizo wrote:This was just imagination of how many people we have lost due to the pandemic!

Just a comparison of numbers, to put it into a relation to a whole City.
So stop hi jacking my post.
what Suizo wrote was a a "metaphor" nothing more nothing less.
"What Is A Metaphor? —Definition and Examples | Grammarly



a few want to take advantage to push their "dog whistle" convoluted agenda.


this metaphor is no different than if was said "all the soldiers lost in war, are comparable to the population of a city of the same amount". it's just a "metaphor"!!
intelligent people know there are no cities with a population of just young males ages 18/30.

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a few want to take advantage to push their "dog whistle" convoluted agenda. 


"Any other opinion than yours must be attacked and destroyed by ridicule "  For example the CDC? ----1st CDC is all knowing---Now the CDC lies 

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Civil discourse on the subject of Covid-19 means that opposing opinions, with or without verification, can be posted and discussed without the poster being ridiculed or demeaned. Is my opinion any less than any other? Just asking.

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This thread is rapidly becoming an us vs them discussion-it is about the virus in Mexico. Please stick to that.

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New article about the use of dogs detecting covid 19 in ten seconds.

"Scientists found a way to detect coronavirus infections in 10 seconds"

https://bgr.com/2020/09/25/coronavirus-testing-airport-screening-dogs-sniffing-out-covid-19-infections/

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Just got back from Sam's Club, where half the people were not wearing masks over their noses.. I was doing 180s in the aisles trying to stay away from them.

The malecon ,Charlies rock etc. looked like Semana Santa.
I guess there's no end to vacations with the kids not in an actual building for school.

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DocD wrote: Just got back from Sam's Club, where half the people were not wearing masks over their noses.. I was doing 180s in the aisles trying to stay away from them.

The malecon ,Charlies rock etc. looked like Semana Santa.
I guess there's no end to vacations with the kids not in an actual building for school.


SC is growing, along with the number of tourists just coming on weekends.


I ventured out through the Ejido north of Beltrones last week and the sheer number of new homes being built out there really surprised me. 


I suspect we will see more of the same because folks from the larger cities are safer working and living in homes that are sitting on larger campestre properties as opposed to small lots where thy are packed in the cities. 


Coronavirus.



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