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Monday, July 13, 2020

OMG we're all gonna die!

History of Pandemics
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Via Borepatch, who got it from Al Fin.

1 comment:

xoxoxoBruce said...

Don't forget when the Spanish Flu came we didn't know it was coming, there was no TV, half the people didn't have phones, and radio was that big box in the parlor the family would listen to after supper. When it arrived, big time thanks to the army and navy, they didn't know what to do about it. Medicine and its tools have come a long way in 100 years.

The % of deaths is bullshit unless you know how many were infected, that means testing and that ball wasn't dropped, it was slam dunked into the dirt and run over a few times.

If you go to a site and the headline ends in a question mark, the answer is no. They're making wild claims (for click bait or intentionally misdirect the conversation), they can't prove.

Did it escape from a lab? What difference does it make right now? We're on the second floor of a burning building sitting around trying to figure out how the fire started. Get the hell out, figure out how it started later.

Oh, and there is no evidence having been infected gives immunity.