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  • So trumpers that means if there's 100 ICU beds 97 are being occupied by patients, and there are only 3 available.
  • Circusdog320: So trumpers that means if there's 100 ICU beds 97 are being occupied by patients, and there are only 3 available.


    "Well, just kick one of the [racial slurs], [ethnic slurs], [national slurs], [sexuality slurs], heathens, or wimmin out!  Cleetus gonna get a bed!  Hell, I'll just use my sacred Sec'nd 'Mendm'nt righs and shoot one of those other'ns  and you can roll 'im off so I kin'n have a lie-down"
  • Until they have to bring in the reefers to store the bodies.

    Until their friends and family go down and there's no beds to treat them

    Then everyone notices
  • much like people who ignore hurricane warnings and drown, I am not rooting for their death but hard to feel much about stupid people doing stupid things.
  • chucknasty: much like people who ignore hurricane warnings and drown, I am not rooting for their death but hard to feel much about stupid people doing stupid things.


    The sad part is that unlike weather alerts being ignored, most of these people haven't heard about how severe this virus can get.  They have been taught to trust their leaders and ignore the media, and they don't really know where to go now for info that could save their lives.

    I'm past rage and fury for these people.  I think of them as overgrown toddlers, germ vectors that don't know any better.  The adults in the room have to save the valuables by child proofing the room, and redirecting the attention until the toddler matures.  It may or may not happen.

    I've reached the point of just fixing my little corner of chaos by sitting inside and letting the stupidity burn itself out.  The curve is going to have to explode right in some people's faces, because they simply can't learn any other way.  Hearing about the New York, Spain or Italy examples wasn't enough.
  • cherryl taggart: chucknasty: much like people who ignore hurricane warnings and drown, I am not rooting for their death but hard to feel much about stupid people doing stupid things.

    The sad part is that unlike weather alerts being ignored, most of these people haven't heard about how severe this virus can get.  They have been taught to trust their leaders and ignore the media, and they don't really know where to go now for info that could save their lives.

    I'm past rage and fury for these people.  I think of them as overgrown toddlers, germ vectors that don't know any better.  The adults in the room have to save the valuables by child proofing the room, and redirecting the attention until the toddler matures.  It may or may not happen.

    I've reached the point of just fixing my little corner of chaos by sitting inside and letting the stupidity burn itself out.  The curve is going to have to explode right in some people's faces, because they simply can't learn any other way.  Hearing about the New York, Spain or Italy examples wasn't enough.


    I carry around a blurb I cut out of a newspaper one day that I look at occasionally when I feel myself losing my balance, it says : "Learning to ignore things is one of the great paths to inner peace"
  • I cannot imagine a more deserving state.
  • Circusdog320: So trumpers that means if there's 100 ICU beds 97 are being occupied by patients, and there are only 3 available.


    So y'all should try to get sick now before you miss out on getting a bed.
  • Does Alabama even have ice skating rinks?
  • Hey Jeff Sessions
    Remember to visit and hug your little grand daughters.
  • So - what was predicted to happen in NYC didn't happen there, but is instead happening in one of the areas it wasn't supposed to be happening.
  • RasIanI: So - what was predicted to happen in NYC didn't happen there, but is instead happening in one of the areas it wasn't supposed to be happening.


    To make it even worse, Alabama should have been the state in the best position to weather this storm since they have 3.9 ICU beds per 10,000 Bamanians, which is the highest among US states.  NY has 2.3/10K.
  • bobobolinskii: cherryl taggart: chucknasty: much like people who ignore hurricane warnings and drown, I am not rooting for their death but hard to feel much about stupid people doing stupid things.

    The sad part is that unlike weather alerts being ignored, most of these people haven't heard about how severe this virus can get.  They have been taught to trust their leaders and ignore the media, and they don't really know where to go now for info that could save their lives.

    I'm past rage and fury for these people.  I think of them as overgrown toddlers, germ vectors that don't know any better.  The adults in the room have to save the valuables by child proofing the room, and redirecting the attention until the toddler matures.  It may or may not happen.

    I've reached the point of just fixing my little corner of chaos by sitting inside and letting the stupidity burn itself out.  The curve is going to have to explode right in some people's faces, because they simply can't learn any other way.  Hearing about the New York, Spain or Italy examples wasn't enough.

    I carry around a blurb I cut out of a newspaper one day that I look at occasionally when I feel myself losing my balance, it says : "Learning to ignore things is one of the great paths to inner peace"


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  • This is why churches have to reopen.  The power of prayer is needed to make this go away.
  • Purple_Urkle: Does Alabama even have ice skating rinks?


    Now that is dark humor yet I approve. Hey, it's a practical morgue.
  • mjjt: Until they have to bring in the reefers to store the bodies.

    Until their friends and family go down and there's no beds to treat them

    Then everyone notices


    You guys got some reefer?
  • Circusdog320: So trumpers that means if there's 100 ICU beds 97 are being occupied by patients, and there are only 3 available.


    That isn't a problem for you if you're on the Republican Health Care Plan.

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  • born_yesterday: F*ck ICU!  Roll Tide!


    This comment is not receiving all the love it rightfully deserves.
  • aagrajag: born_yesterday: F*ck ICU!  Roll Tide!

    This comment is not receiving all the love it rightfully deserves.


    It won the highest award a fark post can: it made me lol loud enough that I had to try and explain it to the mrs
  • qorkfiend: aagrajag: born_yesterday: F*ck ICU!  Roll Tide!

    This comment is not receiving all the love it rightfully deserves.

    It won the highest award a fark post can: it made me lol loud enough that I had to try and explain it to the mrs


    Thanks, nice to hear.
  • born_yesterday: qorkfiend: aagrajag: born_yesterday: F*ck ICU!  Roll Tide!

    This comment is not receiving all the love it rightfully deserves.

    It won the highest award a fark post can: it made me lol loud enough that I had to try and explain it to the mrs

    Thanks, nice to hear.


    I know, I can't believe I swindled someone into marrying me, either
  • They're probably thinking "it's ok, because Trump hoarded all those ventilators and protective gear to help us red states," never realizing said equipment was long since sold off so Jared Kushner and his frat brothers Chad, Tad and Skidmark can get new megayachts to race off Mar-a-Lago to honor the fallen troops this Memorial Day.
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