Anyone else find this Coronavirus panic weirdly refreshing?

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  1. FreshAir

    FreshAir Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    yes, common sense, Trump should have listened to the experts from the beginning - how many times did he have praise Trump today?
     
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    Your all over the place here, not even sure what this means especially in light of your post "you disagree with Trump" when I was discussing panic buying, implying he is encouraging it. How disjointed and scattershot.
     
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    The whole world would need to do it, at the same time. Some infected foreigner would show up and "spread the love".
     
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    We could do it here and keep the borders closed to travelers until everyone else gets their act together and controls it.

    We have so many cities and states shutting things down that we are "effectively" having a national quarantine. My city just banned gatherings of 10 or more people in one room. (They say cubicles count as separate rooms...so all the Dilberts can keep working for now. Haha.)
     
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    huh, I agree people are panic buying, that doesn't change the fact that in the beginning Trump lied to us and told us it was going down from 15 cases, he had it under control and would soon be zero

    Trump is all over the place and people do not know what to believe... so they panic

    Pence is doing a better job at acting presidential in this crisis then Trump
     
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    :rolleyes:

    spreading tds is worse than covid19...
     
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    FreshAir Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Trump is patient zero for that disease, that is why it's named after him
     
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    it only affects blue folk, much like covid19...
     
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    many red folk have the disease named after Trump, like you said, it's worse then covid19

    I have noticed though, it's usually the ones accusing others of having it that have it the worst
     
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