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(TreeHugger)   Even apes handle social distancing during times of sickness better than Americans   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Ant, Sociology, Bacteria, Infection, Behavior, Infectious disease, Immune system, Honey bee  
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2020-07-19 5:11:54 PM  
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JasonOfOrillia: Yeah, but apes don't read philosophy.

That's not entirely fair since Kant read.
2020-07-19 5:06:28 PM  
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I sometimes go hiking in a forest where hundreds of years ago there were farms.  One of the informational signs along the trail references a "plague house" that was a good distance from all the other buildings.

Apparently in the 1700s, Americans understood social distancing.
2020-07-19 4:46:40 PM  
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Jaws_Victim: If old people can drive at least as well as sleep deprived apes, you'd think they could social distance.

Old people? It was three 20-something guys telling me yesterday that I should not worry about a mild flu. With no masks and the collective brains of a fence post.
2020-07-19 4:06:55 PM  
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2020-07-19 10:11:53 AM  
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Yeah, but apes don't read philosophy.
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