Maestrobjwa

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  1. Maybe because there are other things? Yes, obesity increases your risk for a lot of things, no doubt. But it's not like it's just obese people lying in the ICUs or worse. It's not like previously healthy people aren't getting seriously ill. So going too far on this end of the argument just becomes too much of a convenient generalization (no doubt used to downplay the seriousness of the pandemic)
  2. And what's really frustrating is that we had to roll a nina AGAIN...twice in 4 years...right after a neutral year where the AO/NAO was record positive, smh Man I hope we can fluke/anomaly something this year...because I'm wondering if, with a nina this strong (or is it moderate), it won't leak over into the following winter as well...(can't imagine the numbers of the winter following a la nina are spectacular)
  3. So where you say we are hear in Baltimore? Have we peaked or is there more to come?
  4. I would hope that this time around...with better testing than the Spring, we are in a better position to do more targeted lockdowns if necessary. Feels like the combination of us flying blind and still not knowing what we were dealing with led to the bigger shutdowns...
  5. And I don't get this...It takes a certain kind of...thinking, to believe this. To ignore everything...and instead then believe it's all some global conspiracy against Trump...I don't know what to call that, smh
  6. They are in a difficult position made borderline impossible by their inaction and failure at the start of this. Much of the developed world struggles...but some countries clearly had better approaches to keep it from becoming as dire. It was the strategy (or lack therof) at the beginning that put us in a worse position...so them now throwing up their hands and saying "eh, it is what it is" to try and absolve themselves from responsibility doesn't quite work, imo
  7. They are in a difficult position made borderline impossible by their inaction and failure at the start of this. Much of the developed world struggles...but some countries clearly had better approaches to keep it from becoming as dire. It was the strategy (or lack therof) at the beginning that put us in a worse position...so them now throwing up their hands and saying "eh, it is what it is" to try and absolve themselves from responsibility doesn't quite work, imo
  8. Man! We gonna see this tick west to the same dang spot again? COME ON!!
  9. Err....2020 chaos leading to us fluking into something? But seriously though, do we have much other choice but to hope for fluke(s) in a nina?
  10. Yeah the "long haul syndrome" is another part of this where there is still much to be learned...praying that you don't have any lingering effects and can be 100% again--glad to hear you are recovering!
  11. And even more ironic that we see over 80,000 cases right after he, once again, said that we're "rounding the corner" repeatedly last night, smh There's trying to be "positive" and then just continuously speaking an alternate reality. It just makes things even more frustrating
  12. Didn't think this season had an eye like that in it, haha (kinda funny how it's been so active yet sloppy in shape overall) Very nice!
  13. Are you forgetting what year this is? Would not put it past 2020 AT ALL, lol