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brvheart

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About brvheart

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    I'm the best.
  • Birthday 08/09/1924

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    I play 100/200 live with my best friend Jason.

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    Toyko, Japan
  • Interests
    Playing in nuclear fallout.

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  1. The day after the travel ban: https://twitter.com/joebiden/status/1223727977361338370?lang=en
  2. Welcome to the forum, I'm sure you'll fit in SO nicely! Only the ones you agree with?
  3. That's the exact opposite of what I actually said.
  4. Ok. What if I hit Google for a few minutes and find you 10 quotes from people that work in hospitals that say that they are not close to being overwhelmed. Should I believe you or them?
  5. This is not something that you need to worry about. It IS something that needed to be worried about a year ago, but now it's not an issue. Sure, there might be small towns or rural areas that have very small hospitals with only a few beds that reach capacity, but overall we aren't even close: https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/public-health/number-of-covid-19-hospitalizations-state-by-state-july-15.html
  6. ....and right on schedule with Cuomo, everyone else is starting to fall in line: https://www.chicagotribune.com/coronavirus/ct-coronavirus-chicago-lightfoot-wants-restaurants-open-pritzker-20210114-mh6chxizsfgnbkwkypf6iyk6mi-story.html
  7. Ronny, I think I'm going to need another pick of that sweet car of yours. It's been too long. Let's get some updated dog photos in here too, Naps and Mex.
  8. WTH! Is your grandma a jerk or something? Why don't you care if she dies?
  9. I think I would personally be super encouraged if I thought climate change was a man-made issue that we could have an impact on. Things are massively moving toward renewables. (Electric cars, wind power, solar, etc.) There are a huge percentage of houses in my neighborhood that have solar panels (and I live in Wisconsin!!). The cost/benefit of solar this far north for so many people would have been science-fiction as recently as 10 years ago. The stupidest thing that the climate change movement has done is rejected nuclear. If they would have embraced nuclear 30 years ago our carbon footprint would be so much smaller right now.
  10. How is your grandma doing, Napa? Can we start seriously considering the fact that Suited has probably died of Covid?
  11. More good virus news: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-19802-w Out of 10 million participants, there were only 300 asymptotic cases and none passed the virus on to anyone else. Basically meaning that if you aren’t sick, there is 0% worry that you are passing it to anyone else. For this to be accurate we have to trust scientists and studies coming out of China, which is certainly not a given. I’m hopeful that sometime around the, let’s say, 21st of next month, lockdowns (that haven’t worked anywhere) can stop and we can get back to normal. I’m hopeful they don’t do another big fake lockdown for PR reasons and then in the summer claim they beat it. Not because I care about the new team getting credit, but because that means 6 more months of lost business and destroyed lives for no reason. And just to be clear for future reference: I believe the virus is real and very dangerous for people over 70. I think people that are high risk should be wearing a mask at all times for the rest of their lives if they are worried about COVID because you never know what you might catch. I think that if you are under 70 and are feeling even a little bit “off” or that you are “coming down with something”, that you should avoid people (especially old people) and wear a mask. I believe that the virus could be just as present walking to your table in a restaurant as it would be with you sitting down at a restaurant and that lockdowns are just for show. I believe that lockdowns haven’t worked at all [insert case numbers and deaths from Europe, California, and New York here].
  12. Merry Christmas all. Where has SA been?
  13. Both are basically done with it and all healed up. We are going over there on Thursday. Thanks for asking!
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