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Do i have to have papers ( signed in triplicate, queried, sent back, commissioned and at last approved ) for pan galactic travel...hell no, because i am a rebel Dottie.

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Can't wait for the Los Angeles death by covid bullets numbers to come out.
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I posted the death statistics for 2020 on page 36 (Post# 1060 & 1065) of this very long thread.

Different people will assess the risk in different ways. Which is why everyone should be able to decide for themselves whether to isolate from others on the planet.


If you know there are bears in the woods, do you go into the woods? Many do. - Or, do you consider any risk of being mauled or eaten by a bear sufficient to isolate from ever going into the woods?

People commit crimes in the woods. If you go into the woods, there is a chance of being the victim of a crime. Is this sufficient reason to ban people from going into the woods? Or should you make up your own mind whether you want to assume the risk from others and go into the woods.

People can be tested as negative and ten minutes later be exposed and catch the coronavirus. Should people be tested ever 9 minutes to prevent the potential 10-minute exposure? Should everyone be locked in an environmentally sealed pod to prevent any possible exposure? What level of risk is acceptable?

"If just one death could be prevented" would that justify shutting down all of life, and keeping everyone isolated forever - To save one life? Simply living has some level of risk (tree limbs, tornadoes, floods, etc, etc, etc).

The PANIC that has been promulgated from this coronavirus is beyond sensibility. No discussion has taken place (either in the public arena nor in the professional think tanks) regarding WHAT LEVEL OF RISK IS ACCEPTABLE?


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I posted the death statistics for 2020 on page 36 (Post# 1060 & 1065) of this very long thread.

Different people will assess the risk in different ways. Which is why everyone should be able to decide for themselves whether to isolate from others on the planet.


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Exactly, good info you posted back there.




2.8 million peeps died in the US in 2019.

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I’m curious, and hung up , on Covid death numbers. I wonder what they might be if it required a positive test result to count vs. a”symptom “ to qualify. Somewhere in the back of my mind,(a scary place), when the government, that’s really our tax dollars, pays money for Covid deaths it’s tempting for the death rate to rise perhaps a bit artificially? I don’t deny the severity and gravity of the pandemic, just leery of the numbers. Rant over carry on.....
Paul, there is an entire huge conspiracy claim regarding money paid out for covid deaths. As with anything else, the truth is far less interesting than the claims. It would take a lifetime for one person to research all the nonsense that the computer age is spreading. Hospitals are given more for certain procedures, etc. and that applies even when there is no pandemic to cause rampant internet gossip.
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If you take your examples and reverse the story line to be that you are endangering the bears by your presence in the woods, this example would apply, but as I have stated near a billion times in here, the mask is to protect the bears. So if bears were susceptible (and had equal protection under our constitution), it still would not be your right to go into the forest without a mask.
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If you take your examples and reverse the story line to be that you are endangering the bears by your presence in the woods, this example would apply, but as I have stated near a billion times in here, the mask is to protect the bears. So if bears were susceptible (and had equal protection under our constitution), it still would not be your right to go into the forest without a mask.
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