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2021-03-04 6:47:39 AM  
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2021-03-04 6:54:54 AM  
The missile knows where it is because it knows where it isn't.
 
2021-03-04 7:14:59 AM  

Tr0mBoNe: The missile knows where it is because it knows where it isn't.


and because it hasn't a clue about it's momentum
 
2021-03-04 7:16:42 AM  
Now that so many people have been vaccinated, we need to focus more on hospitalizations. Shiat is opening back up- here's no stopping it. Cases are going to go way the fark up. But if (almost) nobody is getting hospitalized, I think that might be a success.
 
2021-03-04 7:23:41 AM  
Texas and Mississippi want to make sure it has as many opportunities to mutate as possible before the vaccines get deployed.
 
2021-03-04 7:28:09 AM  

snowjack: Texas and Mississippi want to make sure it has as many opportunities to mutate as possible before the vaccines get deployed.


Please.  Evidently New York and California aren't masking up and keeping their distance either. (Despite still having mandates to do so)

They've had far more cases (and more opportunities for it to mutate)
 
2021-03-04 7:28:39 AM  

snowjack: Texas and Mississippi want to make sure it has as many opportunities to mutate as possible before the vaccines get deployed.


More than Mississippi anyway.
 
2021-03-04 7:29:12 AM  
If you throw a ball into the air, and the rate of ascension slows, you don't think to yourself "it will still go up forever".  Instead you know that it will soon reverse and come back down.

And that's what this article is saying about COVID-19... cases were declining in the UK, but now they are declining at a slower rate, and soon the UK may see an increase.

That's more or less true everywhere else too... there is a race going on between vaccination rates and the next surge.  How many people will die in the next few months is dependent on how many shots are put in arms.
 
2021-03-04 7:32:47 AM  

SomeAmerican: If you throw a ball into the air, and the rate of ascension slows, you don't think to yourself "it will still go up forever"...


It will if you throw it hard enough.
 
2021-03-04 7:37:12 AM  
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2021-03-04 7:38:41 AM  
They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.
 
2021-03-04 7:41:37 AM  

SomeAmerican: And that's what this article is saying about COVID-19... cases were declining in the UK, but now they are declining at a slower rate, and soon the UK may see an increase.


Or else we have an exponential drop in cases.
 
2021-03-04 8:01:43 AM  
Well at least with schools re-opening kids don't get it much....oh wait:
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2021-03-04 8:05:38 AM  

GrizzlyPouch: snowjack: Texas and Mississippi want to make sure it has as many opportunities to mutate as possible before the vaccines get deployed.

Please.  Evidently New York and California aren't masking up and keeping their distance either. (Despite still having mandates to do so)

They've had far more cases (and more opportunities for it to mutate)


No, we're still masked up here in L.A., everyone is still wearing them when im out (like once a week).
 
2021-03-04 8:06:49 AM  
They're predicting a huge rise in cases when the weather breaks and we all start mingling but with less death or hospitalisation.  We'll get a surge when the little vectors all go back to school too.
 
2021-03-04 8:18:37 AM  
Subby making a misleading headline on fark? Never.

It's still in decline in the article per measurements. Just the slope isn't as much.
 
2021-03-04 8:22:08 AM  

jokerscrowbar: They're predicting a huge rise in cases when the weather breaks and we all start mingling but with less death or hospitalisation.  We'll get a surge when the little vectors all go back to school too.


You can mingle now and worst it is in private homes because it's cold. That leads to cases. That's why Florida had its peak in the middle of summer. Instead of being outside they were inside hugging AC over the 2.5 hottest months.
 
2021-03-04 8:30:59 AM  

durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.


A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.
 
2021-03-04 8:41:19 AM  

Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.


If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.
 
2021-03-04 8:48:15 AM  

Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.


Really, though, the strangest thing about this is that CA is supposed to be pretty damn blue.  Unless that blue is only representative of a few population centers, and the rest of the state is red.

But that state has been the WORST, out of control pandemic zone for months on end now.  WTF will it take for them to finally adhere to precautions?  A large portion of them dying?
 
2021-03-04 9:07:41 AM  

durbnpoisn: The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.


The weather never really gets bad enough to force people indoors?  Hmm, I thought indoor gathering in the winter was worse for the infection rate, not better.  Nevermind.

CA is a relentlessly-people-oriented state?  As in its only industries require people to work together in person (entertainment, tourism, and agriculture)?

It's cost of living is so absurdly high that no non-celebrity can afford to stay home even one day?

I'm just guessing here.  No doubt some mouth-breathing caveman of a so-called conservative will come out of the woodwork and blame Democrats at some point.
 
2021-03-04 9:11:09 AM  

orbister: SomeAmerican: And that's what this article is saying about COVID-19... cases were declining in the UK, but now they are declining at a slower rate, and soon the UK may see an increase.

Or else we have an exponential drop in cases.


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See above and here.  The decline would be getting faster in that case, not slowing.
 
2021-03-04 9:20:12 AM  

durbnpoisn: Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.

Really, though, the strangest thing about this is that CA is supposed to be pretty damn blue.  Unless that blue is only representative of a few population centers, and the rest of the state is red.

But that state has been the WORST, out of control pandemic zone for months on end now.  WTF will it take for them to finally adhere to precautions?  A large portion of them dying?


Nah, the really strange thing is the White House released a map and put California as a green zone while Florida with lower positivity rate is yellow. Got to throw some support I guess before Newsom's recall.
 
2021-03-04 9:28:09 AM  

durbnpoisn: Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.

Really, though, the strangest thing about this is that CA is supposed to be pretty damn blue.  Unless that blue is only representative of a few population centers, and the rest of the state is red.

But that state has been the WORST, out of control pandemic zone for months on end now.  WTF will it take for them to finally adhere to precautions?  A large portion of them dying?


More people voted for Trump in California than Texas.
 
2021-03-04 9:54:18 AM  

TheOtherGuy: orbister: Or else we have an exponential drop in cases.

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See above and here.  The decline would be getting faster in that case, not slowing.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponen​t​ial_decay
 
2021-03-04 10:25:49 AM  

orbister: TheOtherGuy: orbister: Or else we have an exponential drop in cases.

[healthlyrics.com image 620x320]

See above and here.  The decline would be getting faster in that case, not slowing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponent​ial_decay


Fascinating, but you can easily see that figures would need to be much closer to zero before leveling out like that.  This does assume that the bottom of a Coronavirus case graph needs to be zero, but there's no evidence that a high number of continuing, endemic cases needs to be the case.  So I certainly don't see how that would explain a leveling off of case decline now, while cases are still relatively high.
 
2021-03-04 10:54:34 AM  

TheOtherGuy: orbister: TheOtherGuy: orbister: Or else we have an exponential drop in cases.

[healthlyrics.com image 620x320]

See above and here.  The decline would be getting faster in that case, not slowing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponent​ial_decay

Fascinating, but you can easily see that figures would need to be much closer to zero before leveling out like that.  This does assume that the bottom of a Coronavirus case graph needs to be zero, but there's no evidence that a high number of continuing, endemic cases needs to be the case.  So I certainly don't see how that would explain a leveling off of case decline now, while cases are still relatively high.


Numbers are tailing  off from very high and while we know there will be surges, we're all hopeful of an exponential decrease in prevalence.
Is that clearer for you?
 
2021-03-04 11:15:33 AM  

TheOtherGuy: orbister: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponent​ial_decay

Fascinating, but you can easily see that figures would need to be much closer to zero before leveling out like that.  This does assume that the bottom of a Coronavirus case graph needs to be zero, but there's no evidence that a high number of continuing, endemic cases needs to be the case.  So I certainly don't see how that would explain a leveling off of case decline now, while cases are still relatively high.


All exponential growths are the same, with scaling. All exponential decays are the same, with scaling.

That's beside the point, though. The point is that a reduction in rate of decrease does not necessarily presage an increase.
 
2021-03-04 11:40:52 AM  
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2021-03-04 11:41:55 AM  

jokerscrowbar: TheOtherGuy: orbister: TheOtherGuy: orbister: Or else we have an exponential drop in cases.

[healthlyrics.com image 620x320]

See above and here.  The decline would be getting faster in that case, not slowing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponent​ial_decay

Fascinating, but you can easily see that figures would need to be much closer to zero before leveling out like that.  This does assume that the bottom of a Coronavirus case graph needs to be zero, but there's no evidence that a high number of continuing, endemic cases needs to be the case.  So I certainly don't see how that would explain a leveling off of case decline now, while cases are still relatively high.

Numbers are tailing  off from very high and while we know there will be surges, we're all hopeful of an exponential decrease in prevalence.
Is that clearer for you?


It's not that I misunderstood you.  I believe you are wrong.  Is THAT clearer?  New case decline slowing at this point cannot be a sign of anything good, period.
 
2021-03-04 12:07:51 PM  

Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.


The major cities and surrounding counties in California are resoundingly blue, but everywhere else is overwhelmingly red.

22 of the 58 counties in the state went solidly red.

11,110,250 Democrat votes, and 6,006,429 Republican votes, statewide.

In Los Angeles County alone, there were 1,145,530 Republican votes -- that's plenty of people to screw up a mask mandate in a crowded city.
 
2021-03-04 12:39:24 PM  

Carthax: Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.

The major cities and surrounding counties in California are resoundingly blue, but everywhere else is overwhelmingly red.

22 of the 58 counties in the state went solidly red.

11,110,250 Democrat votes, and 6,006,429 Republican votes, statewide.

In Los Angeles County alone, there were 1,145,530 Republican votes -- that's plenty of people to screw up a mask mandate in a crowded city.


My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.
 
2021-03-04 12:53:39 PM  

Intrepid00: Carthax: Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.

The major cities and surrounding counties in California are resoundingly blue, but everywhere else is overwhelmingly red.

22 of the 58 counties in the state went solidly red.

11,110,250 Democrat votes, and 6,006,429 Republican votes, statewide.

In Los Angeles County alone, there were 1,145,530 Republican votes -- that's plenty of people to screw up a mask mandate in a crowded city.

My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving
while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.


BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH​AHA THAT'S FUNNY!!!

The reality is that a very few Democrats in power did that, yes, and some of them were high-profile (Newsom, Pelosi, et. al).

In the meantime, hundreds of Republicans in power (including the freaking POTUS and most of the Republicans in Congress) were poo-pooing mask mandates, and millions of Republican voters across the country were writing to their local newspapers to biatch about mask mandates and say they wouldn't wear them no matter what.  And a whole bunch of anti-maskers around the nation self-identified with their MAGA hats.  ...but sure, it's a Democrat problem.

media.tenor.comView Full Size


If you just go by visible sample size (videos on the news, letters to the editor, people in public, people calling mask-wearers "pussy" and "coward" and worse), the Republicans are the obvious problem.
 
2021-03-04 1:51:27 PM  

Carthax: Intrepid00: Carthax: Intrepid00: Carthax: durbnpoisn: They really are on the decline, for the most part.

We actually did flatten out around October or so.  And then we started going up, badly.  In fact, to say that we are in decline now still means that we are 2-3-5x higher than that point every day.

The majority of the cases are in FL, TX, and CA.  By an absurd margin.  Notice that one of those states doesn't enforce restrictions, and one other is about to drop them altogether.  I don't know what the hell happened in CA.

All I can say is, thank goodness for the vaccines.  Let's hope they do the trick.  Because people being responsible and taking precautions clearly isn't working.

A whole bunch of nutty anti-maskers -- I know, my sister lives in Salinas, and she's one of them.

If you check the maps by county that isn't true. You are either left to come to the conclusion it is density or democrats  depending if you lay over a density map or a presidential results map.

The major cities and surrounding counties in California are resoundingly blue, but everywhere else is overwhelmingly red.

22 of the 58 counties in the state went solidly red.

11,110,250 Democrat votes, and 6,006,429 Republican votes, statewide.

In Los Angeles County alone, there were 1,145,530 Republican votes -- that's plenty of people to screw up a mask mandate in a crowded city.

My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving
while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH​AHA THAT'S FUNNY!!!

The reality is that a very few Democrats in power did that, yes, and some of them were high-profile (Newsom, Pelosi, et. al).

In the meantime, hundreds of Republicans in power (including the freaking POTUS and most of the Republicans in Congress) were poo-pooing mask mandates, and millions of Republican voters across the country were writing to their local newspapers to biatch about mask mandates and say they wouldn't wear them no matter what.  And a whole bunch of anti-maskers around the nation self-identified with their MAGA hats.  ...but sure, it's a Democrat problem.

[media.tenor.com image 220x167]

If you just go by visible sample size (videos on the news, letters to the editor, people in public, people calling mask-wearers "pussy" and "coward" and worse), the Republicans are the obvious problem.


One party pretended to care (fox) one party was honest assholes (wolf). Queue age old Malcom X video.
 
2021-03-04 2:06:34 PM  

Intrepid00: My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving
while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH​AHA THAT'S FUNNY!!!

The reality is that a very few Democrats in power did that, yes, and some of them were high-profile (Newsom, Pelosi, et. al).

In the meantime, hundreds of Republicans in power (including the freaking POTUS and most of the Republicans in Congress) were poo-pooing mask mandates, and millions of Republican voters across the country were writing to their local newspapers to biatch about mask mandates and say they wouldn't wear them no matter what. And a whole bunch of anti-maskers around the nation self-identified with their MAGA hats. ...but sure, it's a Democrat problem.

[media.tenor.com image 220x167]

If you just go by visible sample size (videos on the news, letters to the editor, people in public, people calling mask-wearers "pussy" and "coward" and worse), the Republicans are the obvious problem.

One party pretended to care (fox) one party was honest assholes (wolf). Queue age old Malcom X video.


LOL That's funny! You are a brilliant BSABSVR Troll!
 
2021-03-04 2:19:32 PM  

Carthax: Intrepid00: My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving
while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH​AHA THAT'S FUNNY!!!

The reality is that a very few Democrats in power did that, yes, and some of them were high-profile (Newsom, Pelosi, et. al).

In the meantime, hundreds of Republicans in power (including the freaking POTUS and most of the Republicans in Congress) were poo-pooing mask mandates, and millions of Republican voters across the country were writing to their local newspapers to biatch about mask mandates and say they wouldn't wear them no matter what. And a whole bunch of anti-maskers around the nation self-identified with their MAGA hats. ...but sure, it's a Democrat problem.

[media.tenor.com image 220x167]

If you just go by visible sample size (videos on the news, letters to the editor, people in public, people calling mask-wearers "pussy" and "coward" and worse), the Republicans are the obvious problem.

One party pretended to care (fox) one party was honest assholes (wolf). Queue age old Malcom X video.

LOL That's funny! You are a brilliant BSABSVR Troll!


I've been voting dems but I guess one of us isn't fool of shiat and that doesn't think both sides aren't self serving assholes.
 
2021-03-04 2:43:14 PM  

Intrepid00: Carthax: Intrepid00: My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving
while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH​AHA THAT'S FUNNY!!!

The reality is that a very few Democrats in power did that, yes, and some of them were high-profile (Newsom, Pelosi, et. al).

In the meantime, hundreds of Republicans in power (including the freaking POTUS and most of the Republicans in Congress) were poo-pooing mask mandates, and millions of Republican voters across the country were writing to their local newspapers to biatch about mask mandates and say they wouldn't wear them no matter what. And a whole bunch of anti-maskers around the nation self-identified with their MAGA hats. ...but sure, it's a Democrat problem.

[media.tenor.com image 220x167]

If you just go by visible sample size (videos on the news, letters to the editor, people in public, people calling mask-wearers "pussy" and "coward" and worse), the Republicans are the obvious problem.

One party pretended to care (fox) one party was honest assholes (wolf). Queue age old Malcom X video.

LOL That's funny! You are a brilliant BSABSVR Troll!

I've been voting dems but I guess one of us isn't fool of shiat and that doesn't think both sides aren't self serving assholes.


LOL Okay.  Whatever you say, dude.  Sure, the Democrats aren't the best party in the world, but they are far and away the best party in the US.

...and you are lying to yourself if you think there isn't a huge difference between the Democrats' attempts to actually help the poor and needy, and the Republicans' attempts to squash anyone not rich, white, and male.

So again, I reiterate: you are a BSABSVR troll.  Whatever you claim to be, your words bear it out.
 
2021-03-04 2:55:04 PM  

Carthax: Intrepid00: Carthax: Intrepid00: My favorite thing about this is you literally had Newsom (a Democrat) flaunting the mask rules and going dinner parties against his own policies, democrat mayors telling people to stay home during Thanksgiving
while giving the video from Mexico, and you still pretend it's just a republican vs democrats problem.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH​AHA THAT'S FUNNY!!!

The reality is that a very few Democrats in power did that, yes, and some of them were high-profile (Newsom, Pelosi, et. al).

In the meantime, hundreds of Republicans in power (including the freaking POTUS and most of the Republicans in Congress) were poo-pooing mask mandates, and millions of Republican voters across the country were writing to their local newspapers to biatch about mask mandates and say they wouldn't wear them no matter what. And a whole bunch of anti-maskers around the nation self-identified with their MAGA hats. ...but sure, it's a Democrat problem.

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If you just go by visible sample size (videos on the news, letters to the editor, people in public, people calling mask-wearers "pussy" and "coward" and worse), the Republicans are the obvious problem.

One party pretended to care (fox) one party was honest assholes (wolf). Queue age old Malcom X video.

LOL That's funny! You are a brilliant BSABSVR Troll!

I've been voting dems but I guess one of us isn't fool of shiat and that doesn't think both sides aren't self serving assholes.

LOL Okay.  Whatever you say, dude.  Sure, the Democrats aren't the best party in the world, but they are far and away the best party in the US.

...and you are lying to yourself if you think there isn't a huge difference between the Democrats' attempts to actually help the poor and needy, and the Republicans' attempts to squash anyone not rich, white, and male.

So again, I reiterate: you are a BSABSVR troll.  Whatever you claim to be, your words bear it out.


Yeah, they care so much. That's why a they shoved them all in a pocket in the cities and into their own little pocket schools called the projects. Sorry dude, but Segregation is alive and well in Northern democrat controlled cities.
 
2021-03-04 4:11:27 PM  

Intrepid00: I've been voting dems but I guess one of us isn't fool of shiat and that doesn't think both sides aren't self serving assholes.

LOL Okay. Whatever you say, dude. Sure, the Democrats aren't the best party in the world, but they are far and away the best party in the US.

...and you are lying to yourself if you think there isn't a huge difference between the Democrats' attempts to actually help the poor and needy, and the Republicans' attempts to squash anyone not rich, white, and male.

So again, I reiterate: you are a BSABSVR troll. Whatever you claim to be, your words bear it out.

Yeah, they care so much. That's why a they shoved them all in a pocket in the cities and into their own little pocket schools called the projects. Sorry dude, but Segregation is alive and well in Northern democrat controlled cities.


Are you tired from moving those goalposts and building that strawman?  LOL
 
2021-03-04 5:12:56 PM  

Carthax: Intrepid00: I've been voting dems but I guess one of us isn't fool of shiat and that doesn't think both sides aren't self serving assholes.

LOL Okay. Whatever you say, dude. Sure, the Democrats aren't the best party in the world, but they are far and away the best party in the US.

...and you are lying to yourself if you think there isn't a huge difference between the Democrats' attempts to actually help the poor and needy, and the Republicans' attempts to squash anyone not rich, white, and male.

So again, I reiterate: you are a BSABSVR troll. Whatever you claim to be, your words bear it out.

Yeah, they care so much. That's why a they shoved them all in a pocket in the cities and into their own little pocket schools called the projects. Sorry dude, but Segregation is alive and well in Northern democrat controlled cities.

Are you tired from moving those goalposts and building that strawman?  LOL


What goal post moving. My goal is still both sides are shiat but use different ways to control and the fox and wolf comparison is still correct.
 
2021-03-04 8:15:43 PM  

Intrepid00: Carthax: Intrepid00: I've been voting dems but I guess one of us isn't fool of shiat and that doesn't think both sides aren't self serving assholes.

LOL Okay. Whatever you say, dude. Sure, the Democrats aren't the best party in the world, but they are far and away the best party in the US.

...and you are lying to yourself if you think there isn't a huge difference between the Democrats' attempts to actually help the poor and needy, and the Republicans' attempts to squash anyone not rich, white, and male.

So again, I reiterate: you are a BSABSVR troll. Whatever you claim to be, your words bear it out.

Yeah, they care so much. That's why a they shoved them all in a pocket in the cities and into their own little pocket schools called the projects. Sorry dude, but Segregation is alive and well in Northern democrat controlled cities.

Are you tired from moving those goalposts and building that strawman? LOL

What goal post moving. My goal is still both sides are shiat but use different ways to control and the fox and wolf comparison is still correct.


And now you're sealioning.  LOL

I'm out.  This has been pointless from the get-go, but now it's just tiresome.  Have a great life, Mr. Troll.
 
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