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  1. One of mine as well - not just in Sedona, but the entire Southwest. Had the opportunity to meet the chef there - super nice guy that gave some cooking tips. Smoked chicken enchiladas....mmmmmm.
  2. A little humor from the world famous Spitting Image: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7S7sPIu0rc may be NSFW based on your tolerance...
  3. You left out a couple of additional stats: From April 12, 2009 to April 10, 2010, CDC estimated there were 60.8 million cases (range: 43.3-89.3 million), 274,304 hospitalizations (range: 195,086-402,719), and 12,469 deaths (range: 8868-18,306) in the United States due to the (H1N1)pdm09 virus. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/2009-h1n1-pandemic.html I hope you will concede that hospitalizations and deaths have been much higher with Covid than H1N1.
  4. “No, but I’ve dated a few” Heyoooooooooo
  5. 14 day quarantine puts him right at the next debate. If he’s well enough, some debate prep could help him.
  6. Trump could prove - once and for all - how dishonest and crooked the NYT is. He simply has to release his own tax forms.
  7. That is an awful perspective in this case and you know it.
  8. ...and likely legal hurdles if Biden is elected and tries to do the same. Though I would say that this President and his administration hasn’t exactly been concerned with the law when it is in his best interest. And there are plenty of things outside the laws he could have done, which people may or may not agree with: Use the bully pulpit of the Presidency to encourage safety and the use of masks Abstain from making medical claims and giving credence to untested cures Provide factual information on the risks in conjunction with the CDC rather than try to debate the dangers etc. etc.
  9. Excellent reply based on facts. I’m sure there are those that would choose to debate the law, but I feel like I learned something after reading this. Thanks!
  10. Just a plug because it seems related - there is a fascinating new documentary on Netflix called The Social Dilemma that examines the data collection efforts of social media and how they are able to turn that into not just analytics, but emotions and actions. It touches on politics a little and how social media is dividing us, but it isn't too heavy on the political aspect. It goes deeper into how it is impacting our kids and essentially creating an individualized reality based on our preferences. This individualized reality being a reason for disagreement and division.
  11. Here are some other apps that collect American's data for questionable purposes. Facebook Google Twitter YouTube Instagram ...and pretty much every other "free" social media app.
  12. The crowd noise they are broadcasting is awful. They should at least have it mirror that of the home team fans. No way would Panther fans be cheering an incomplete pass from their own team.
  13. I'm interested in the reaction toward the hurricane versus Covid. What is it about people who will defiantly stay in a place of danger? Would some people perceive the hazards of the hurricane to be just another liberal media stunt? How does the government response compare?
  14. So upset - was going to buy CRM yesterday. Up 25% today. Woulda coulda shoulda...