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 on: Today at 03:27:49 pm 
Started by Dave Gray - Last post by CF DolFan
81,397 infected, 2,770 dead worldwide.  That's a fatality rate of 3.4%, mostly with the elderly.  Compared to the flu, 250,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths this season.  I agree with Trump, it'll be gone just like swine flu, bird flu, etc.
Doesn't really matter if it is gone quickly. That will just piss them off even more. It seems libs would be more happy if it did turn out to be an epidemic and kill thousands just so they could blame it on Trump. I swear when I was younger I'd never have believed anyone would rather our country burn to the ground than not have "their" people in the White House. Ronald Reagan actually scared the hell out of me as a teen but I didn't want us to fail as a country because he won. 

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 on: Today at 03:20:27 pm 
Started by Pappy13 - Last post by CF DolFan


My crystal ball still says "Tua at #5"

My crystal ball also believes Miami's other 2 1st rounders go for OT and D-line. Wink


Maybe I'm just a girlfriend that has been burned too many times by them but considering this is what most of us are expecting I'm pretty sure it won't happen and we'll be going WTF after the draft. hahaha

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 on: Today at 02:04:30 pm 
Started by Dave Gray - Last post by Tenshot13
This example of a pandemic is actually a good example of why Medicare for all is necessary.

Next time you see someone coughing, or sneezing and think in the back of your mind, "i wonder if he's got the coronavirus" .. the next thought should be "i wonder if he has health insurance" or "i wonder if his co-pays are too high and he's putting off going to see a doctor" and spreading a disease that can kill you or your family purely based on the financial aspects of our current healthcare system.

So when you hear Trump lying about there not being any cases, or that the "corama" virus is going to be gone by april, Just remember that when uninsured people get infected and can't get treatment because they can't afford it, you could be the one that's fucked.
81,397 infected, 2,770 dead worldwide.  That's a fatality rate of 3.4%, mostly with the elderly.  Compared to the flu, 250,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths this season.  I agree with Trump, it'll be gone just like swine flu, bird flu, etc.

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 on: Today at 01:57:09 pm 
Started by Dave Gray - Last post by Tenshot13
Trump appointed Mike Pence to oversee the countries response to the disease. A lawyer not an MD.  Trump cited MPís experience.  MPís only experience was a disaster in which as a governor he put politics above treatment and prevention.  
It was an HIV "epidemic".  Here's an idea, don't fuck people without a condom and don't share needles.  

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 on: Today at 01:56:52 pm 
Started by Dave Gray - Last post by Fau Teixeira
This example of a pandemic is actually a good example of why Medicare for all is necessary.

Next time you see someone coughing, or sneezing and think in the back of your mind, "i wonder if he's got the coronavirus" .. the next thought should be "i wonder if he has health insurance" or "i wonder if his co-pays are too high and he's putting off going to see a doctor" and spreading a disease that can kill you or your family purely based on the financial aspects of our current healthcare system.

So when you hear Trump lying about there not being any cases, or that the "corama" virus is going to be gone by april, Just remember that when uninsured people get infected and can't get treatment because they can't afford it, you could be the one that's fucked.

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 on: Today at 01:47:12 pm 
Started by Pappy13 - Last post by EDGECRUSHER
Yeah, worst case scenario is Miami doing what Chicago did...giving up draft picks to move up when no movement is necessary.

My crystal ball still says "Tua at #5"

My crystal ball also believes Miami's other 2 1st rounders go for OT and D-line. Wink



One of the worst trades in draft history. Not that moving back one spot for two 3rd rounders and a 4th rounder was the haul of a century, but you have to ask yourself: Why did the team in front of me just give up the chance to draft their franchise quarterback for those 3 draft picks? Is that all a franchise QB is worth to them? Obviously, they were not going to draft Mitch. Well, obvious to everyone but Chicago.

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 on: Today at 01:39:55 pm 
Started by Pappy13 - Last post by Phishfan
So not only do you think Tua is frail, you believe he is the most frail first-round QB in modern history.

Seriously, how many other QBs have never been healthy enough to complete ONE full season?

I'll name RG3 without having to look anything up.

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 on: Today at 01:32:06 pm 
Started by Pappy13 - Last post by Phishfan
Isnít the reason you passed on Brees because you had a QB under contract that had just lead you to the top of the AFCE with an 11-5 record, so you werenít really shopping for a QB, rather than injury concerns of Brees?

Was it a matter of passing on Aaron Rodgers or was it a matter of selecting a pro-bowl running back?

Was it a matter of passing on Matt Ryan or was it a matter of drafting an all pro tackle?

If Tau and Okudah are available at #5 and Miami takes a CB that isnít illogical.

No. We were 9-7 and passed on him to get Culpepper.

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 on: Today at 01:21:40 pm 
Started by Dave Gray - Last post by MyGodWearsAHoodie
Trump appointed Mike Pence to oversee the countries response to the disease. A lawyer not an MD.  Trump cited MPís experience.  MPís only experience was a disaster in which as a governor he put politics above treatment and prevention. 

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 on: Today at 01:09:42 pm 
Started by Pappy13 - Last post by Sunstroke
I just hope we stay strong when Detroit says they have an offer from San Diego for 2 first rounders for their pick and we tell them "Good luck".

Yeah, worst case scenario is Miami doing what Chicago did...giving up draft picks to move up when no movement is necessary.

My crystal ball still says "Tua at #5"

My crystal ball also believes Miami's other 2 1st rounders go for OT and D-line. Wink


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