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  1. about 5 hours ago on Prickly City

    The leftist vision is to end carbon based fuel use permanently and ASAP. This will result in tens of millions dead and shortened lifespans around the world. But they really care about lives. Really.

  2. 2 days ago on Prickly City

    Friends….what pap. Hopeful such a reunion never happens.

  3. 2 days ago on Prickly City

    Please tell me exactly what criteria the GA Dph are using to define Covid related deaths. Then tell me how they are false. Provide a reference please.

  4. 3 days ago on Doonesbury

    All the fascination with drugs and the positive portrayal of such is Disgusting.

  5. 3 days ago on Prickly City

    The masks are not required routinely. They are merely the new virtue signal of those who,suport state control of our lives.

    Tomillustrate this point, in Georgia, where things are opening, there are very encouraging numbers from Georgia DPH.

    The mortality rate has fallen by half even in the face of a second (smaller) peak of new daily cases.

    The second peak was undoubtedly due to an increased, free, testing regimen in Georgia. This detected many asymptomatic or mildly ill people with covid.

    The peak 7 day average of new cases was on 4/22 at 769 new daily cases. The 7 day average number of deaths was 41 on 4/22.

    The average daily case rate then fell by 33% on 5/11 to 512 and rose again to 703 on 5/19. Before starting to fall again.

    The daily new death rate has NEVER gone up once since it started going down on 4/22. At the height of the second smaller peak on 5/19, the daily death rate attributed to Covid was 19.

    Thus, while the daily rate (second peak) was down 9% on 5/19, the mortality was down 50% on the same day.

    This proves that the Covid infections are becoming far less deadlier as Georgia opens its economy. Despite the predictions of more and more people dying, fewer and fewer are. Good job Georgia!

  6. 3 days ago on Prickly City

    You are correct, the number of deaths is far mire important than asymptomatic cases. Also, the number of serious illnesses. My emphasis on new cases was in the context of the discussion where Redkaycei was ignoring basic facts and refusing to address them.

  7. 3 days ago on Prickly City

    Here are some very encouraging numbers from Georgia DPH.

    The mortality rate has fallen by half even in the face of a second (smaller) peak of new daily cases.

    The second peak was undoubtedly due to an increased, free, testing regimen in Georgia. This detected many asymptomatic or mildly ill people with covid.

    The peak 7 day average of new cases was on 4/22 at 769 new daily cases. The 7 day average number of deaths was 41 on 4/22.

    The average daily case rate then fell by 33% on 5/11 to 512 and rose again to 703 on 5/19. Before starting to fall again.

    The daily new death rate has NEVER gone up once since it started going down on 4/22. At the height of the second smaller peak on 5/19, the daily death rate attributed to Covid was 19.

    Thus, while the daily rate (second peak) was down 9% on 5/19, the mortality was down 50% on the same day.

    This proves that the Covid infections are becoming far less deadlier as Georgia opens its economy. Despite the predictions of more and more people dying, fewer and fewer are. Good job Georgia!

  8. 4 days ago on Prickly City

    In Georgia, though a predictable second wave peak occured (at about 80% of maximum) the death rate continues to fall. Fruther, the hospitalization rate continues to be less than 1/100,000 where as it was greater than 13 at peak. Meanwhile the national death rate continues to fall dramatically. Thus, the second wave has far fewer serious illnesses and is smaller. This is behaving epidemiologically like a bad flu year. All will be will.

  9. 4 days ago on Prickly City

    I sense much anger and fear in you. Fear is the path to the dark side.

  10. 5 days ago on Prickly City

    Be not afraid.