Yes, This Does Embarrass Me

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p_rehbein

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Alabama students throwing 'COVID parties' to see who gets ...

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Jul 01, 2020 · Students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 have been attending parties in the city and surrounding area as part of a disturbing contest to see who can catch the virus ...

Alabama College Students Are Throwing ‘COVID:19 Parties’ And ...
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Alabama officials have discovered a disturbing trend involving Tuscaloosa area college students throwing ‘COVID:19parties. During a city council meeting on Tuesday Tuscaloosa fire chief Randy Smith confirmed that students have been attending parties in the area in recent weeks knowing they were infected with the virus.

yeah...........this does embarrass me...........my only hope is that while these idiots may be attending the University, they MAY be from other States........ sigh
 

Moses_Young

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Alabama students throwing 'COVID parties' to see who gets ...

abcnews.go.com/US/alabama-students-throwing...
Jul 01, 2020 · Students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 have been attending parties in the city and surrounding area as part of a disturbing contest to see who can catch the virus ...

Alabama College Students Are Throwing ‘COVID:19 Parties’ And ...
brobible.com/culture/article/alabama-students...
Alabama officials have discovered a disturbing trend involving Tuscaloosa area college students throwing ‘COVID:19parties. During a city council meeting on Tuesday Tuscaloosa fire chief Randy Smith confirmed that students have been attending parties in the area in recent weeks knowing they were infected with the virus.

yeah...........this does embarrass me...........my only hope is that while these idiots may be attending the University, they MAY be from other States........ sigh
Don't worry. Corona, like the flu, is not contagious. If people get it, they were going to get it anyway, irrespective of who else had it and who they contacted.
 

p_rehbein

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I know, but the idea that these childish folks would throw a party and get drunk and bet on who catches it first is just stupid, and WHY couldn't it have been at AUBURN??????

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DWR

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I know, but the idea that these childish folks would throw a party and get drunk and bet on who catches it first is just stupid, and WHY couldn't it have been at AUBURN??????

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Don't worry about ALLBARN, they got the Chad as OC
"Left lane, hammer down"
Thankfully he ain't at Arkansas any more.
 

tanakh

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You dont need to go to Alabama to find people treating the Pandemic as a Joke or something trivial just read some posts on this site.
It appears that the more the death rate rises the more ridiculous the comments become.
 

Lanolin

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huh, maybe they are all drunk and stoned anyway so it doesnt matter to them what they die of first.

isnt this universal amongst certain types of college students? not just alabamans.
 

p_rehbein

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Yes.............the embarrass me part was tongue in cheek
 

gb9

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Yes.............the embarrass me part was tongue in cheek
hey, coach kirby asked the ga. health dept. if they can keep covid tests results confidential .

they agreed. so while other schools are reporting publicly , over here at uga, silence.
 

p_rehbein

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Kirby will do anything to get an EDGE against us............ sigh .......

:)
 

PennEd

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You dont need to go to Alabama to find people treating the Pandemic as a Joke or something trivial just read some posts on this site.It appears that the more the death rate rises the more ridiculous the comments become.
The death rate is NOT rising.

Folks, it's up to each and every one of us to combat the lies of the media, not promote them:
Media Report Rise In COVID-19 Cases, Ignore Decline In Deaths
By Joseph Curl

Jul 1st, 2020 DailyWire.com
Wong Yu Liang / Getty Images
You’ve seen the headlines: Confirmed COVID-19 cases are up.
But have you seen the other news? Deaths from the virus are down — way down.

On June 27, there were 623 deaths attributed to COVID-19, according to OurWorldInData.com. Two days later, the death toll in the U.S. was 265.
By comparison, 4,928 people died in the U.S. on the peak day, April 16. Deaths have been declining steadily, at least until June 26, when the toll reached 2,437 (the website notes that “some states added probable deaths” on that date). The deaths rose again to 1,270 on Tuesday, but at least one COVID watchdog said there was again a reason for that rise.
“That ‘spike’ yesterday includes more than 600 backdated NYC cases, most from three weeks or more ago. In reality deaths dropped again week over week (about 25%),” Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter who has been on the forefront of covering the virus, wrote on Twitter.


Berenson has been all over the death rate. “Amazing charts here showing positive tests (cases), hospitalizations, and deaths in Florida. The link between the three has broken down completely. Positive tests are up 5x since early June but hospital admissions and deaths are no higher than mid-May…,” he wrote June 26 on Twitter.
And he said the same day: “Now, deaths lag, but by weeks – not months. And hospitalizations should lag only by days. Either the virus has truly become less virulent or the people being infected are far less at risk.”

As for the rise in confirmed cases and hopsitalizations, Berenson cited information he got from J.B. Neiman, a managing partner and general counsel of a Texas-based health care company that owns 13 free-standing clinics.
“Very different patient (in terms of age) than we’ve seen before June. Most of these patients would not have met criteria that we previously had (and all the health facilities had) for Covid testing. Now with more testing kits we are able to test a broader group of patients,” Nieman said. “… ecause all patients are tested for Covid you have some percentage of patients listed as Covid patients who are non Covid symptomatic and that the hospitalization rate is somewhat driven by hospitals taking their normal patients with other medical issues.”
There are a slew of other stories not getting much ink as the MSM descends into “panic porn.” Like this one: The number of Americans who have contracted COVID-19 is likely 10 times higher than the 2.5 million currently confirmed cases, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said last week.


CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield’s estimate indicates that at least 25 million Americans have been infected by SARS-CoV-2 to date. If he is correct, that means the fatality rate could be 10 times lower than previously thought.
By the numbers as of June 28, via the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering:

2,510,337 confirmed cases

125,539 fatalities

= 5.0% death rate
Using Redfield’s numbers, the equation would look like this:
25,103,370 cases

125,539 fatalities

= 0.5% death rate
According to Redfield’s estimation, the survival rate for COVID-19 would be somewhere around 99.5%.
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 have soared recently amid a massive testing increase in states across the country. But because the virus can be asymptomatic in up to 50% of people, the number of infected is likely far higher, Redfield said.
Meanwhile, another story is getting short shrift, too: herd immunity.


Multiple new studies indicate that we may be moving toward herd immunity more quickly than previous research suggests. While some of the studies use small sample sizes and the findings are not definitive — and while Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warns that even an effective coronavirus vaccine may not be enough to achieve herd immunity — the studies are at least promising.
“The prevalence of immunity to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 may be much higher than previous research suggests according to an intriguing new study by researchers associated with Karolinska Institute in Sweden,” Reason magazine reported. “In addition, a new German study by researchers associated with the University Hospital Tübingen in Germany reports that people who have been previously infected with versions of the coronavirus that cause the common cold also have some immunity to the COVID-19 virus. If these reports stand up to further scrutiny, it would be very good news because they suggest that the pandemic could be over sooner and ultimately be less lethal than feared.”
 

Susanna

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I know, but the idea that these childish folks would throw a party and get drunk and bet on who catches it first is just stupid, and WHY couldn't it have been at AUBURN??????

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I take it you’re rooting for Crimson Tide, then? What you people in Alabama saying? Roll Tide?
 

Moses_Young

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I know, but the idea that these childish folks would throw a party and get drunk and bet on who catches it first is just stupid, and WHY couldn't it have been at AUBURN??????

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Yeah. If corona were a real virus, I would agree. The problem is that the governments of the world and their advisors have rejected every trace of the scientific method in even proving a virus exists to begin with, and taken the side of tyranny by destroying the economy and censoring the majority of (true) scientists and experts who have been pointing this out all along.

A more reasonable conclusion for the sicknesses would be the 5G that China had just implemented and was being rolled out despite the corona shutdowns across the entire world (also the mandatory vaccinations that came in December 2019, but these were limited to China). When the government takes advice that is so absolutely stupid at our expense and for the sake of killing the very people they are claiming to be trying to save, sometimes mockery of it is the only way to expose them.

Not that I condone getting drunk, but people used to have Chickenpox parties, and by scientific accounting, even if corona were a virus, it is still less deadly than the flu.
 

Susanna

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Yeah. If corona were a real virus, I would agree. The problem is that the governments of the world and their advisors have rejected every trace of the scientific method in even proving a virus exists to begin with, and taken the side of tyranny by destroying the economy and censoring the majority of (true) scientists and experts who have been pointing this out all along.

A more reasonable conclusion for the sicknesses would be the 5G that China had just implemented and was being rolled out despite the corona shutdowns across the entire world (also the mandatory vaccinations that came in December 2019, but these were limited to China). When the government takes advice that is so absolutely stupid at our expense and for the sake of killing the very people they are claiming to be trying to save, sometimes mockery of it is the only way to expose them.

Not that I condone getting drunk, but people used to have Chickenpox parties, and by scientific accounting, even if corona were a virus, it is still less deadly than the flu.
What sources have you got?
 

Lanolin

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we have same thing with Otago university students known as scarfies.

not covid-19 but wild parties where everyone gets drunk and burn sofas and couches.
They also have vomitting parties...who can vomit the most gets prizes.
there is no surprise that people die at some of these gatherings...the last I heard was several died when a balcony collapsed at and overcrowded student flat party. And if they arent dying at parties they die driving away from them drunk and crashing and dying on the road.
some are protesting they have to keep paying rent when uni is closed for lockdown ...but they ought to have been studying at the time anyway, thats what they go there for.

These are our future lawyers and dentists and theolgians. Yep.
 

Lanolin

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actually it was one dead and two seriously injured, just checking facts...no balcony collapse just too many people in one place, there was a pile up.
because bars had closed, students having nowhere to go drink in their own flats.

not sure why scarfies are hard core drinkers in particular, but might be a combination of just turning 18 and too much studying hurting their brains, so they could afford to lose some extra brain cells via alcohol. I dont know.
 

Moses_Young

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What sources have you got?
We've been through this before, I think. The burden of proof is on the one making the claim (i.e. the governments of the world or the WHO, *before* they shut the world down), to prove there is a virus and it is the cause of the symptoms atrributed to what they are calling "coronavirus". As there is no evidence the WHO or any group has done this in a scientific manner which fulfills all of Koch's postulates with respect to demonstrating a contagious agent, the claim stands.

Of interest to the unbiased, and as an example of the many leading contagious disease experts refuting the WHO narrative of "corona", is Dr Stoian Alexov, European pathologist and president of the Bulgarian Pathology Association, who reports that he and his colleagues across Europe have not found any evidence of any deaths from the novel coronavirus on that continent. He also calls the World Health Organization (WHO) a "criminal medical organization" for creating worldwide fear and chaos without providing objectively verifiable proof of a pandemic.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/no-one-has-died-coronavirus/5717668
 

Lanolin

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oh wow something is mysteriously killing people all around the world and its not coronavirus according to esteemed expert moses. What could it be I wonder.
Maybe we should send moses in to do the autopsies.
 

Moses_Young

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oh wow something is mysteriously killing people all around the world and its not coronavirus according to esteemed expert moses. What could it be I wonder.
Maybe we should send moses in to do the autopsies.
Ha, ha. You do realise they're not doing autopsies, right? If someone dead tests positive for corona, no autopsy required - the death is straight away attributed to corona.
 
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The original evolution of covid had no ill effect to those who smoke daily. The nicotine build up would not allow the covid cells to settle in like a home and reproduce. According to Research, with Italy being one of the higher rated smoking Nations, the belief is this newer evolved strand will be able to attack smokers. If, and I say (IF) this is true, there are tons of smokers here in the States. This would be the results Science was claiming in the beginning. Time will tell. I know when others asked why I didn't get it first round, I said, I have an Advocate!