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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by DeToxRox, Mar 28, 2020.
He ignores the fact that Texas is reporting outbreak highs in new cases and deaths of course.
Are we sure he isn't a shitpit alt account?
You are so stupid
There’s really no point in arguing with these Clay Travis level paste eaters. There is no number of deaths or hospitalizations that they will find to be unacceptable for the indignity of needing to wear a mask somewhere.
This thing could kill hundreds of thousands by next year, and it still won’t matter to any of them.
You think Texas should be more like NY and NJ??
According to COVID exit strategy, California has more ICU availability than Texas and New York has a lower R0 than Texas. So shut the fuck up.
surely you know more than actual scientists. shut the fuck up
Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center said last week that cases in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area could spike this summer, with a tripling of daily active cases of covid-19, the disease the novel coronavirus causes, if there is a significant easing of mitigation efforts. And PolicyLab projects that in the next month, Harris County, which includes Houston, will go from a couple hundred cases a day to more than 2,000.
If you look at the US covid deaths, NY and NJ makeup like 40%... Texas is less than 2%
they're a red state, but are doing a much better job with covid-19
This is not debatable
are they doing a better job or are the dynamics of density extremely different?
let’s revisit this in a few months
New York has the worst covid numbers in the world by far. ID be shocked if anywhere touches those numbers
Let's not derail the sports theme here
2000 cases per day in one major city and 1000ish in the other. we’ll see
I can't even begin to imagine ticket prices on the secondary market with attendance restrictions
haha they banned you? god damn what miserable pussies
i too am excited for football
I don’t see how they can maintain 6 feet of separation in the stands, much less in the concourses, stadium steps, etc... with that many people.
College coaches out here testing positive already
So what happens when Mahomes or Lamar Jackson get it during the season?
its the NFL, they’ll cover it up and let them keep playing
Or half your coaching staff?
That is a good question and one I have been asking all the people wanting to rush to restart. The answer seems to be that sickness and injuries happen all the time and we should just treat it the same
what happens when a coach dies
cause it's going to happen
I don't even know how a team functions if like your entire offensive staff has a fever and can't walk without getting out of breath
There are also a lot of bad outcomes if/when CFB happens with 30k+ students on campus.
they’re going to have to try to isolate older coaches from teams which works on game days but not sure how you run practices like that
A necessary sacrifice, Blue Angles will probably fly over the next game for his team Im sure
that sounds about right
Honestly CTE is probably a much bigger risk to every NFL football player than Covid is. Well unless they have an undiagnosed heart problem, and they shouldn’t be playing with that condition if it is the case.
bUt ThE fAlSe EqUiVaLeNcIeS
How are we this far along and stuff like this isn’t figured out?
Take the under
Because the virus is an incredibly complex issue that is continually downplayed by the president
Not a surprise.
I mean, I imagine that’s the goal for most people. If it’s feasible tbd
YES!!! Less than 100 dead here for like 5 straight days. After like 68 days of strict quarantine I find myself focused on finding good news.