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2 minutes ago, MavGrad99 said:

100% agree.  And this virus is brutal due to our WBCs working overtime to fight it.  Throw in the pulmonary and random stomach issues that associate with the worst cases and it’s like combining the flu with the “stomach flu” with a bad cold with a touch of pneumonia.  Those cases are less than 4% of the positive tests... which lead to death in less than 1% of hospitalized cases.  
 

I know I am minimizing this with these percentages, but we shut down the world for 1%

We're gonna find out we shut down the world for much less than 1% when it's all said and done.....

 

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I did my own research from what the CDC has given us:.4% of the US population has contracted COVID-19.The death rate of 30-39 age group accounts for .2% of all deaths from COVID-19.The next age group

This whole shenanigans about locking down the country had nothing to do with “health”.  It had everything to do with saving face since we are one of the world leaders in medical research and treatment

I don't think over 40,000 deaths in less than 2 months could be labeled as "stupidity"  but that's another conversation.  Almost every country in the world has had some form of lockdown....so we aren'

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48 minutes ago, Rabbs63 said:

heat kills round one!

Don’t understand why people think that. 

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Bill Gates never played football. This will go on until all of humanity agrees or is forced to take his vaccinations.

Well, you anti-vaxxers can refuse, but then you can never come out of your house.

And if you've already lost your house because of not being able to work, you'll be taken to the internment camps.

This is his "Revenge of the Nerds" on all jocks. 😂

< /sarcasm> (I hope)

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As more reliable data (from US sources) is made available from increased testing (both “do you have it now” or “have you had it before”) we will find it was here in Q4 2019 and many more Americans were infected and recovered than are in the current data set.  What does that mean for the summer & fall?  UIL will adjust summer workout requirements to allow more coach instruction hours per week.  Game on in the fall with a caveat.  The UIL will also relax live stream and broadcast restrictions so those in the population that are most at risk can see the games live.  My two cents.

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23 minutes ago, Sportsfanatic1 said:

Seen where rumors are floating that there might not be any college football. Even Saban has his doubts. If so, does the UIL follow?

UIL presser the other day they made it clear that they wouldn’t follow what NCAA does because the differences in travel, fans.. etc

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On 4/22/2020 at 9:17 AM, JTFAN99 said:

That isn't exactly how viruses work.  A virus mutates.  Until they find a vaccine or some antibody treatments, it ain't going away unless you quaratine. 

If we actually do a real quaratine for a month instead of what we are doing now, we could actually stop the spread of the disease and get back to normal much quicker.

That's exactly the opposite of what a lot of "experts" are saying .... some top medical experts have said it would have been better to only quarantine high risk people and let the virus run it's course through the rest of the population so people would build up immunity ...  anyway, a total quarantine is all but impossible to impose ....

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On 4/22/2020 at 9:18 AM, Tatum_DirtyBird said:

The number of deaths aren’t exactly accurate from what I’ve heard. 

Yea, I heard they revised Jeffrey Epstine's death by suicide to death by Covid 19 ....

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I think college football and high school football will be played in the fall but I can also guarantee that if there is no college football then there will be no high school football.  The UIL is blowing smoke if they think HS could play if college is canceled .  JMO

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10 hours ago, BlackShirtD said:

I think college football and high school football will be played in the fall but I can also guarantee that if there is no college football then there will be no high school football.  The UIL is blowing smoke if they think HS could play if college is canceled .  JMO

I kinda agree but you also have to consider the difference in the size of college football attendance compared to high school attendance. 

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3 hours ago, Tatum_DirtyBird said:

I kinda agree but you also have to consider the difference in the size of college football attendance compared to high school attendance. 

And the travel

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Not just Epstein, but CNN is reporting from their “sources” that Covid-19 killed JFK, too. 

Too far? 

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2 hours ago, Matt said:

Not just Epstein, but CNN is reporting from their “sources” that Covid-19 killed JFK, too. 

Too far? 

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WHY DONT YALL STOP WITH ALL THAT DUMB ####.

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2 hours ago, maxjean said:

LISTENING TO THAT DUM TRUMP

 

Was you saying that when you got your stimulus check?

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On 4/25/2020 at 5:49 PM, KirtFalcon said:

Yea, I heard they revised Jeffrey Epstine's death by suicide to death by Covid 19 ....

They are also looking at the possibilty that JFK had Covid 19 and was about to succumb to that just before he got shot ... might change the cause of death to Covid 19 ... tru up ...

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On 4/22/2020 at 4:36 PM, chubbychecker said:

We're gonna find out we shut down the world for much less than 1% when it's all said and done.....

 

It will kill more than that with healthy people.  I'm already seeing businesses being shuttered and for rent/lease signs in front of the buildings.  This on the first day of a soft open for many of those businesses.  Small towns are run by mom and pop stores, unless they have a Wal Mart.  Think about how many of those places will go out of  business or have to file for bankruptcy to try and survive.  That doesn't even count their small employee base.  When sports are finally back up, you won't see their  signs along the fences or on the scoreboard anymore.  They won't be able to advertise anymore.  I remember when Cammack Drug's in Longview was a huge supporter of the Pine Tree Athletic program, and I'm sure they felt a hit when they finally went out of business.  I know someone will eventually take their place, but how long ? People are thinking about that, they think life is going to go back to normal.  I think this is going to last for a while.  I do think we'll see less infections in the coming months, then once October/November hits, it will be another long fall and winter.   

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