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2020-04-24 9:10:17 AM  
No kidding, when they open all the idiots surface and all the jerks that left quarantines in other states cause "its a hoax" its bad enough that everyone over 60 down here walks around without a mask coughing, the only saving grace is that their lord and savior has advised them to inject disinfectant as a cure.
 
2020-04-24 9:11:07 AM  
"Get closer....to each other I mean"
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2020-04-24 9:19:07 AM  
Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!
 
2020-04-24 10:20:28 AM  
Then don't go to the beach even if it does open. It's not mandatory.
 
2020-04-24 10:21:31 AM  
My FOX News watching mom said that, since sunlight kills the virus*, "Maybe they should open the beaches."  It really breaks my heart.
 
2020-04-24 10:23:06 AM  
In other news there has been a push to make a pair of white cut off jeans with Xanax in the pockets the official state bird.
 
2020-04-24 10:23:29 AM  
Trump should tell Florida to fill the ocean with Lysol.
 
2020-04-24 10:26:44 AM  

Yoda's Pen Is: Then don't go to the beach even if it does open. It's not mandatory.


I fully agree.

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2020-04-24 10:27:24 AM  
Half of them don't vote and can lay in that bed with the idiots that voted for it.
 
2020-04-24 10:28:33 AM  
Assuming you're not sucking face with other beach goers (looking at you, spring breakers), a sunny day on the shore is one of the hardest places for this virus to spread.
I'd more worry about the hotel next to the beach than the beach itself.

/actually I worry most about grocery stores and post offices.
/air Conditioned, smooth nonporous surfaces, very little UV exposure.
/someone sneezes on a door handle, it can stay moist all day.
 
2020-04-24 10:29:25 AM  
Most people on those beaches shouldn't be Floridians then

Does anyone have any numbers?
 
2020-04-24 10:30:51 AM  

holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!


I always wonder who exactly they ask these polling questions too. If they are calling up nursing homes and relying on online polls I can definitely see the results being very skewed. I'm still unfortunately working as an "essential employee" (produce manager) and everyone I've talked to about this has had very firm stances about not-reopening and how much of a shiat job our governor has done in regards to the whole thing.
 
2020-04-24 10:31:51 AM  
Too bad. You elected a moron and now you get to win moronic prizes.

Enjoy the waves of assholes and idiots from out of state flowing to your beach towns and destination spots, spreading coronavirus in new and fun ways to the locals and each other and then flying back out to reinfect everyone else around the country because Karen really wanted to try out her new bathing suit.

You're on the brink of becoming a hub for a national resurgence of the pandemic because a majority of your voters are hopelessly farking stupid.
 
2020-04-24 10:34:08 AM  

holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!


I think it's time for South Florida become a state. North of Orlando it really becomes southern Georgia.
 
2020-04-24 10:34:17 AM  
skozlaw:
You're on the brink of becoming a hub for a national resurgence of the pandemic because a majority of your voters are hopelessly farking stupid.

And that still isn't enough penance for the 2000 election.
 
2020-04-24 10:36:02 AM  

holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!


Unfortunately, once you get to a question like "do you support this person OF THIS PARTY", no matter if it is in general or specifically in a certain situation/issue, people get very narrow and just feel like "if I say no, then I am saying I support the OTHER party!!!!" (even though that isn't really the question).   It happens in both directions, although I think that feeling tends to be more prevalent on the right (I think more that "lean left" would be willing to say "they are doing ok" for governors like DeWine, Holcomb, etc. even if they aren't of their usual party).
 
2020-04-24 10:36:19 AM  

CarnySaur: My FOX News watching mom said that, since sunlight kills the virus*, "Maybe they should open the beaches."  It really breaks my heart.


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2020-04-24 10:40:15 AM  

holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!


Yeas, it's only Florida who does this.
 
2020-04-24 10:52:32 AM  
Now, I'm assuming that all these rugged American individualists will have their DNR orders on their persons when they head out to the beach, correct?
 
2020-04-24 10:54:17 AM  

Mugato: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

Yeas, it's only Florida who does this.


At this point I'm starting to wonder if you can actual read, or if you recognize a few words and launch into poorly thought out replies before having someone else read all of the words you might not have recognized.
 
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2020-04-24 10:57:39 AM  
Who'd have thunk that "Die for the economy" wasn't a compelling message?
I MIGHT listen if someone who thinks it's a good idea then commits suicide immediately. Lead by example you shiats.
 
2020-04-24 11:02:03 AM  

holdmybones: Mugato: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

Yeas, it's only Florida who does this.

At this point I'm starting to wonder if you can actual read, or if you recognize a few words and launch into poorly thought out replies before having someone else read all of the words you might not have recognized.


I'm just saying that this sort of disconnect is a nation-wide thing and not specific to any one state.
 
2020-04-24 11:04:09 AM  

Yoda's Pen Is: Then don't go to the beach even if it does open. It's not mandatory.


It's not just going to the beach, it is spreading C19 around in public places for no reason.
 
2020-04-24 11:05:43 AM  

Godwalk: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

I think it's time for South Florida become a state. North of Orlando it really becomes southern Georgia.


Nope.  Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tallahassee are their own kind of stupid.  Sometimes it bleeds up, but most of the time we keep it pretty well contained south of the border.  Don't even get me started on Lake City...
 
2020-04-24 11:11:06 AM  

Farce-Side: Godwalk: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

I think it's time for South Florida become a state. North of Orlando it really becomes southern Georgia.

Nope.  Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tallahassee are their own kind of stupid.  Sometimes it bleeds up, but most of the time we keep it pretty well contained south of the border.  Don't even get me started on Lake City...


You also know who DIDN'T want Trump as President?  Most Americans.

Unfortunately in the same way, the people who do "want it" tend to be clustered together.

It is why fortunately (yet) we don't do county based "Electoral College" electing for Governors...

https://www.fairvote.org/what-if-we-u​s​ed-the-electoral-college-to-elect-gove​rnors
 
2020-04-24 11:16:15 AM  
You know who doesn't want pretty much all of the Trump/McConnell platform? Most sane Americans.
 
2020-04-24 11:17:47 AM  

Mugato: holdmybones: Mugato: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

Yeas, it's only Florida who does this.

At this point I'm starting to wonder if you can actual read, or if you recognize a few words and launch into poorly thought out replies before having someone else read all of the words you might not have recognized.

I'm just saying that this sort of disconnect is a nation-wide thing and not specific to any one state.


I never implied it was solely a Florida thing. I just said it was a very Florida thing.
 
2020-04-24 11:20:46 AM  

dletter: Farce-Side: Godwalk: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

I think it's time for South Florida become a state. North of Orlando it really becomes southern Georgia.

Nope.  Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tallahassee are their own kind of stupid.  Sometimes it bleeds up, but most of the time we keep it pretty well contained south of the border.  Don't even get me started on Lake City...

You also know who DIDN'T want Trump as President?  Most Americans.

Unfortunately in the same way, the people who do "want it" tend to be clustered together.

It is why fortunately (yet) we don't do county based "Electoral College" electing for Governors...

https://www.fairvote.org/what-if-we-us​ed-the-electoral-college-to-elect-gove​rnors


I'm cynical, i think McConnell twisted the GOP into accepting Trump because at first he seemed like a good figurehead; stupid, arrogant, and most likely to sign whatever they gave him.

Then between Putin and Trump's ego, they lost control of him, found out that if they turned on him Trump's constituents would burn them at the stake, and left them swinging in the wind with the sword of damacles over their head.

I am also still fully convinced that McConnell and his buddies have enough dirt on at least most of the major GOP players that he can pretty much guarantee a living hell for anyone that steps out of line -- worse than taking heat from the public.

Trump's bad, but...if you want to know who is the true evil, it's Turtle.
 
2020-04-24 11:29:28 AM  
I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.
 
2020-04-24 11:31:23 AM  

daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.


They will definitely be going back up.
 
2020-04-24 11:37:14 AM  

Kit Fister: Trump's bad, but...if you want to know who is the true evil, it's Turtle.


It's true that they have a Cheney/Dubya going on, except Trump is just as evil as Turtle. He's just not smart enough to do the devious shiat that Turtle does.
 
2020-04-24 11:40:21 AM  
You know who DOESN'T want the beaches open in Florida?

People that don't go to the beach?  The persistent victims among us have now deemed simply living to be a micro-aggression.
 
2020-04-24 11:51:27 AM  

Farce-Side: daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.

They will definitely be going back up.


Why?  Florida has more coastline than any other state aside from Alaska.  And they don't have beach weather.

There are plenty of locations in Florida where the beaches are open.  There are plenty of small counties where they were never closed or closure was never enforced.  And none of those places are having any significant cases.

This may shock you, since you appear to know nothing about Florida beaches.  But many miles of beach are secluded and have nobody on them even during tourist season.  Why should locals be prohibited from going to those beaches?  Because you're an armchair expert?

You just want people to live under draconian rules that have no rational basis.
 
2020-04-24 11:56:52 AM  
Florida was not loaded with chuckleheads like it is now when I moved here in '72
 
2020-04-24 12:02:32 PM  

Mugato: Kit Fister: Trump's bad, but...if you want to know who is the true evil, it's Turtle.

It's true that they have a Cheney/Dubya going on, except Trump is just as evil as Turtle. He's just not smart enough to do the devious shiat that Turtle does.


Nah. Actually listen to him sometime. His brain is so far gone with Dementia/ALtzheimers/late-stage Syphilis that he's barely coherent. He's just also too egotistical to realize it. Meanwhile, McConnell's just trying to maintain a stranglehold on the senate.
 
2020-04-24 12:05:14 PM  

Yoda's Pen Is: Then don't go to the beach even if it does open. It's not mandatory.


I'm convinced at the point that the true horror of covid-19 is that it turns people into Karens. A whole world full of Karens reporting each other.
 
2020-04-24 12:10:25 PM  

daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.


Here is a live cam of one of those "packed" beaches. It's not exactly what recent news stories probably have you picturing. This particular beach is the most popular in the Jacksonville area and would usually be full, which is why it has a webcam.

jacksonville beach pier
 
2020-04-24 12:21:01 PM  

RussianPotato: Farce-Side: daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.

They will definitely be going back up.

Why?  Florida has more coastline than any other state aside from Alaska.  And they don't have beach weather.

There are plenty of locations in Florida where the beaches are open.  There are plenty of small counties where they were never closed or closure was never enforced.  And none of those places are having any significant cases.

This may shock you, since you appear to know nothing about Florida beaches.  But many miles of beach are secluded and have nobody on them even during tourist season.  Why should locals be prohibited from going to those beaches?  Because you're an armchair expert?

You just want people to live under draconian rules that have no rational basis.


No, because I live 2 hours away from Florida, our idiot governor has decided to open our state, and I've already heard from several people here that they'll go to Florida if they open the beaches.  We take vacations to St. Augustine at least twice every summer.

Also, you don't know the meaning of draconian apparently. There is a virus that kills people and is easily spread from person to person.  Restricting large gatherings of people is not overly harsh.  If you live on the beach in a small town, go ahead go out on the beach.  But announcing that beaches are open will bring tourists to those beaches that usually have tourists.  Which will cause infection numbers to go up.
 
2020-04-24 12:32:27 PM  

Farce-Side: RussianPotato: Farce-Side: daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.

They will definitely be going back up.

Why?  Florida has more coastline than any other state aside from Alaska.  And they don't have beach weather.

There are plenty of locations in Florida where the beaches are open.  There are plenty of small counties where they were never closed or closure was never enforced.  And none of those places are having any significant cases.

This may shock you, since you appear to know nothing about Florida beaches.  But many miles of beach are secluded and have nobody on them even during tourist season.  Why should locals be prohibited from going to those beaches?  Because you're an armchair expert?

You just want people to live under draconian rules that have no rational basis.

No, because I live 2 hours away from Florida, our idiot governor has decided to open our state, and I've already heard from several people here that they'll go to Florida if they open the beaches.  We take vacations to St. Augustine at least twice every summer.

Also, you don't know the meaning of draconian apparently. There is a virus that kills people and is easily spread from person to person.  Restricting large gatherings of people is not overly harsh.  If you live on the beach in a small town, go ahead go out on the beach.  But announcing that beaches are open will bring tourists to those beaches that usually have tourists.  Which will cause infection numbers to go up.


I'm sorry, did you expect irrational assholes to put the wellbeing of other people ahead of their privilege, nay, their right to go to an overcrowded ocean beach so they can prance around in tiny clothes, act like entitled idiots, and attention-whore it up?
 
2020-04-24 12:36:13 PM  

Kit Fister: Farce-Side: RussianPotato: Farce-Side: daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.

They will definitely be going back up.

Why?  Florida has more coastline than any other state aside from Alaska.  And they don't have beach weather.

There are plenty of locations in Florida where the beaches are open.  There are plenty of small counties where they were never closed or closure was never enforced.  And none of those places are having any significant cases.

This may shock you, since you appear to know nothing about Florida beaches.  But many miles of beach are secluded and have nobody on them even during tourist season.  Why should locals be prohibited from going to those beaches?  Because you're an armchair expert?

You just want people to live under draconian rules that have no rational basis.

No, because I live 2 hours away from Florida, our idiot governor has decided to open our state, and I've already heard from several people here that they'll go to Florida if they open the beaches.  We take vacations to St. Augustine at least twice every summer.

Also, you don't know the meaning of draconian apparently. There is a virus that kills people and is easily spread from person to person.  Restricting large gatherings of people is not overly harsh.  If you live on the beach in a small town, go ahead go out on the beach.  But announcing that beaches are open will bring tourists to those beaches that usually have tourists.  Which will cause infection numbers to go up.

I'm sorry, did you expect irrational assholes to put the wellbeing of other people ahead of their privilege, nay, their right to go to an overcrowded ocean beach so they can prance around in tiny clothes, act like entitled idiots, and attention-whore it up?


Yeah, you're right, I'm being silly.
 
2020-04-24 12:46:55 PM  

Farce-Side: Godwalk: holdmybones: Ok. 72% want the state to follow the lead of health experts - which they are absolutely not doing.

Then I see this....

Despite that, 50 percent of Floridians approve of how DeSantis has handled the coronavirus crisis so far, and 41 percent disapprove, according to the poll. Sixty one percent said DeSantis "could have responded sooner."

So, he responded too late and wants to lift restrictions too early but half of the population thinks he's doing a heckuva job.

Florida!!!

I think it's time for South Florida become a state. North of Orlando it really becomes southern Georgia.

Nope.  Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tallahassee are their own kind of stupid.  Sometimes it bleeds up, but most of the time we keep it pretty well contained south of the border.  Don't even get me started on Lake City...


Got a traffic ticket driving through lake City once that could only be paid in person at the courthouse and in less than 7 days or the fee ballooned. Had to make the 5 hour each way drive a few days later and found a court house full of out of towners who got caught in their illegal bullshiat. Anything above WPB can fark right off. You too Orlando.
 
2020-04-24 12:48:40 PM  

Kit Fister: I'm sorry, did you expect irrational assholes to put the wellbeing of other people ahead of their privilege, nay, their right to go to an overcrowded ocean beach so they can prance around in tiny clothes, act like entitled idiots, and attention-whore it up?


Is THAT what you THINK happens at the beach? That little window into your existence displays a sad place.
 
2020-04-24 1:01:28 PM  
If they open the beach, and that same 76% stays home, then the rest of us can enjoy the beach and practice social distancing. Which is exactly what I have been doing since this started by going to lo key beaches with limited parking.
 
2020-04-24 1:07:16 PM  
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I'm doing a total WTF on the opening the beach freakout...

I'm not really sure what the problem is with opening the beaches as long as everyone is social-distancing.  How is this any different than all the people walking, jogging, bike riding up and down the streets, other than it's a different venue/scene?   When on a sidewalk, there isn't much room to pass someone (with or against other foot/bike traffic) without moving into the street, so you end up getting within the 6ft of the social distancing radius, but at the beach you can easily walk past someone way beyond 6ft.

Might it be that everyone is expecting the beaches to look like it's college spring break?  Because it's not.
 
2020-04-24 1:11:26 PM  

TheVirginMarty: Yoda's Pen Is: Then don't go to the beach even if it does open. It's not mandatory.

I'm convinced at the point that the true horror of covid-19 is that it turns people into Karens. A whole world full of Karens reporting each other.


Oh, you mean a Socialist/Communist Republic.
 
2020-04-24 1:11:34 PM  

Tom-Servo: [Fark user image image 251x201]

I'm doing a total WTF on the opening the beach freakout...

I'm not really sure what the problem is with opening the beaches as long as everyone is social-distancing.  How is this any different than all the people walking, jogging, bike riding up and down the streets, other than it's a different venue/scene?   When on a sidewalk, there isn't much room to pass someone (with or against other foot/bike traffic) without moving into the street, so you end up getting within the 6ft of the social distancing radius, but at the beach you can easily walk past someone way beyond 6ft.

Might it be that everyone is expecting the beaches to look like it's college spring break?  Because it's not.


The people out jogging and bumping but each other on the sidewalks are idiots too, not reason to enable more idiots to mingle
 
2020-04-24 2:06:18 PM  
I don't really care if beaches are open or not, I'm not going to one. Too much sand
 
2020-04-24 3:10:35 PM  

penetrating_virga: You know who DOESN'T want the beaches open in Florida?

People that don't go to the beach?  The persistent victims among us have now deemed simply living to be a micro-aggression.


You're free to go there, contract covid, and keel over, if it'll stick it to us.
 
2020-04-24 3:13:01 PM  

RussianPotato: Farce-Side: daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.

They will definitely be going back up.

Why?  Florida has more coastline than any other state aside from Alaska.  And they don't have beach weather.

There are plenty of locations in Florida where the beaches are open.  There are plenty of small counties where they were never closed or closure was never enforced.  And none of those places are having any significant cases.

This may shock you, since you appear to know nothing about Florida beaches.  But many miles of beach are secluded and have nobody on them even during tourist season.  Why should locals be prohibited from going to those beaches?  Because you're an armchair expert?

You just want people to live under draconian rules that have no rational basis.


Yeah, who cares about the global pandemic, go out with millions of others and intermingle, fark the scientists and doctors and fark the left, Trump said he has absolute power over the country but it's the lefties who want to be dictators and this will stigginit to those nasty people who want to restrict our fun.
 
2020-04-24 3:19:11 PM  

Farce-Side: daffy: I think that they are nuts to open the beaches. The numbers are going down, but they may be going back up.

They will definitely be going back up.


You are right. I just try to keep some hope.
 
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