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Just now, Stebo said:

Enough with your resting heart rate bullshit, even if any of this is true, Covid doesn't care and you could easily get extremely sick. Just because you think you are healthy doesn't my you are superhuman. I get tired of you bringing up your personal heart rate as if that is a way to wash away your terrible positions with respect to covid. You have been doing this now for months and it is just as stupid now as it was then.

Pot meet kettle

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ya’ll like to go in circles too often.

need some new material.


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Just now, schoeppeya said:

Pot meet kettle

Get lost, he doesn't need you running interference to his shitty posts.

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I’m just going to leave this right here, I don’t care who I offend anymore, but you all need to start asking yourself what is more important long term. Long term as in the economy, suicide rate, drug rate, child abuse rate, children socially, and academically. This virus Has a very very high survival rate among humans with no underlying conditions, and the majority of us under 65 will be absolutely fine. 
 

You want the government to tell you how to live your life, but yet the government ignores their own draconian measures. Long term the inflation from the trillions upon trillions we have spent are going to be devastating. 
 

How any of you feel like shutting down a multi  trillion economy AGAIN is beneficial is baffling  to me. 

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3 minutes ago, Chambana said:

I’m just going to leave this right here, I don’t care who I offend anymore, but you all need to start asking yourself what is more important long term. Long term as in the economy, suicide rate, drug rate, child abuse rate, children socially, and academically. This virus Has a very very high survival rate among humans with no underlying conditions, and the majority of us under 65 will be absolutely fine. 
 

You want the government to tell you how to live your life, but yet the government ignores their own draconian measures. Long term the inflation from the trillions upon trillions we have spent are going to be devastating. 
 

How any of you feel like shutting down a multi  trillion economy AGAIN is beneficial is baffling  to me. 

1140-covid-cases-deaths-by-age.imgcache.

20.4% of the deaths were under 65, and 85.1% of all cases were under 65 plus we have no idea of the long term ramifications of Covid, but by all means keep acting like it is no big deal

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40 minutes ago, WaryWarren said:

He's already suffering from CTE. RIP.

Nah. Growing up on a cantaloupe farm will do that to you lol. Its fine. I'd rather he be a bit more pro vaccine but he mostly took a neutral milquetoast position. Perhaps he wants to make sure that he doesn't offend anyway and sell merchandise. 

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1 hour ago, Powerball said:

Now that's something I have an issue with. Two different sets of rules...

Hopefully, if the fans are mandated to be vaccinated, the players are as well. 

It's an erie county rule not a bills rule. 

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17 minutes ago, Chambana said:

I’m just going to leave this right here, I don’t care who I offend anymore, but you all need to start asking yourself what is more important long term. Long term as in the economy, suicide rate, drug rate, child abuse rate, children socially, and academically. This virus Has a very very high survival rate among humans with no underlying conditions, and the majority of us under 65 will be absolutely fine. 
 

You want the government to tell you how to live your life, but yet the government ignores their own draconian measures. Long term the inflation from the trillions upon trillions we have spent are going to be devastating. 
 

How any of you feel like shutting down a multi  trillion economy AGAIN is beneficial is baffling  to me. 

Though many refuse to hear it, this is true.  Those that love all of the restrictions are just afraid that their lives will go back to be boring after everything is over.  They enjoy telling others how to live their lives.  

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28 minutes ago, Chambana said:

I’m just going to leave this right here, I don’t care who I offend anymore, but you all need to start asking yourself what is more important long term. Long term as in the economy, suicide rate, drug rate, child abuse rate, children socially, and academically. This virus Has a very very high survival rate among humans with no underlying conditions, and the majority of us under 65 will be absolutely fine. 
 

You want the government to tell you how to live your life, but yet the government ignores their own draconian measures. Long term the inflation from the trillions upon trillions we have spent are going to be devastating. 
 

How any of you feel like shutting down a multi  trillion economy AGAIN is beneficial is baffling  to me. 

Not so fast. It should noted that over half of the hospitalizations in Brazil are 40 and under.  If that variant takes off here this forth wave could be the worst one yet because so many of our youth have yet to be vaccinated 

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5 minutes ago, dta1984 said:

Though many refuse to hear it, this is true.  Those that love all of the restrictions are just afraid that their lives will go back to be boring after everything is over.  They enjoy telling others how to live their lives.  

That is a terrible lie:banned:

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I leave for a second and come back to more than one person who has become unhinged over COVID safety measures. 

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28 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

It's an erie county rule not a bills rule. 

I stand by what I said, which was that it's an unfair double standard. 

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4 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

I mean maybe. I'd rather have everyone vaccinated lol. 

I am sure Allen will be too, even if he is a country boy, someone with a brain around him will motivate him.

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1 minute ago, Stebo said:

I am sure Allen will be too, even if he is a country boy, someone with a brain around him will motivate him.

Yeah I have a feeling he'll get around to it. He didn't say he wouldn't. 

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7 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

I mean maybe. I'd rather have everyone vaccinated lol. 

I think that’s his point 

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7 minutes ago, schoeppeya said:

I think that’s his point 

Sure. I feel like the county would have a real tough time trying to exert its influence over a NFL team in that way. The NFLPA would probably complain and take them to court. 

I dont know the rules and the legal but requiring a vaccine to play for the Bills (especially under an EUA) might be a bit different than requiring one for attending a game. 

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55 minutes ago, Chambana said:

I’m just going to leave this right here, I don’t care who I offend anymore, but you all need to start asking yourself what is more important long term. Long term as in the economy, suicide rate, drug rate, child abuse rate, children socially, and academically. This virus Has a very very high survival rate among humans with no underlying conditions, and the majority of us under 65 will be absolutely fine. 
 

You want the government to tell you how to live your life, but yet the government ignores their own draconian measures. Long term the inflation from the trillions upon trillions we have spent are going to be devastating. 
 

How any of you feel like shutting down a multi  trillion economy AGAIN is beneficial is baffling  to me. 

I challenge you to find me a peer reviewed study on any of this stuff. I’ll wait.

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5 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

Sure. I feel like the county would have a real tough time to exert its influence over a NFL team in that way. The NFLPA would probably complain and take them to court. 

I dont know the rules and the legal but requiring a vaccine to play for the Bills (especially under an EUA) might be a bit different than requiring one for attending a game. 

Yeah that’s definitely getting into legal stuff above my head. You’d think if they could require a vaccine for entry to the stadium, they could apply that to players?

ETA: Could the bills sue the county for revenue they lose as well?

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2 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

Sure. I feel like the county would have a real tough time trying to exert its influence over a NFL team in that way. The NFLPA would probably complain and take them to court. 

I dont know the rules and the legal but requiring a vaccine to play for the Bills (especially under an EUA) might be a bit different than requiring one for attending a game. 

To be clear, my stance is a moral one.

Unfortunately, I'm well aware it's legally and politically impalpable.

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1 minute ago, schoeppeya said:

Yeah that’s definitely getting into legal stuff above my head. You’d think if they could require a vaccine for entry to the stadium, they could apply that to players?

Maybe. But the players are required to be there and are employed by the NFL. The fans are not. I'm just guessing it would fall under a different legal standard. I was listening to a medical ethics dude the other day that suggested an employer requiring vaccines for employees would be really tough under an EUA and would be a big court battle. 

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7 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

Definitely fair. 

That said, I do agree with what someone else said earlier.

While forcing NFL players to get vaccinated may be difficult at best, in fairness, fans should also be given the option to enter the stadium with a negative COVID test if they choose not to get vaccinated.

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8 minutes ago, Powerball said:

That said, I do agree with what someone else said earlier.

While forcing NFL players to get vaccinated may be difficult at best, in fairness, fans should also be given the option to enter the stadium with a negative COVID test if they choose not to get vaccinated.

I think a lot of frustrations with restrictions are because they are blanketed like this. There’s no “common sense” reason to not allow covid negative people in the stadium with a negative test. Could have made people start doing that a long time ago and still had some events going on.

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7 minutes ago, schoeppeya said:

I think a lot of frustrations with restrictions are because they are blanketed like this. There’s no “common sense” reason to not allow covid negative people in the stadium with a negative test. Could have made people start doing that a long time ago and still had some events going on.

Whats the end game? Zero Covid cases? You have to assume that things ‘should’ be improved by the start of football. Vaccination rates should be well above 60%. There is an end game, there has to be. What is it? People are at their ends with all of this, especially the vaccinated. That number of people gets even larger every day. I see these restrictions being met with pushback. 

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Study came out in the last few days that signified no change to a drop in suicide during covid. Contrary to belief of some of those who want to force things open too soon.

 

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2 minutes ago, nwohweather said:

Need to fire Fauci folks. This cancellation of the Johnson and Johnson shot is the last straw. Pure fear game with that guy

Fauci is not part of the fda lol. 

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2 minutes ago, nwohweather said:

Need to fire Fauci folks. This cancellation of the Johnson and Johnson shot is the last straw. Pure fear game with that guy

Wasn't his decision to cancel.

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7 minutes ago, nwohweather said:

Need to fire Fauci folks. This cancellation of the Johnson and Johnson shot is the last straw. Pure fear game with that guy

Wrong.

5 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

Fauci is not part of the fda lol. 

Nor the CDC, lol...

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