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    The thing is it's not just some typical...

    The thing is it's not just some typical limitation of resources, as far as I can tell, AZ is the only state in the U.S. that has activated crisis care standards so far, or ever in U.S. history, more...
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    very few countries are letting Americans in now,...

    very few countries are letting Americans in now, and some of those who do would require two weeks quarantine or else have very bad coronavirus outbreaks of their own. Many states won't let you in...
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    I heard (news) AZ is going to triage the sick and...

    I heard (news) AZ is going to triage the sick and not even try to treat everyone if it can't but only those with the best chances of making it. This is called "activating crisis care standards" (hey...
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    I had a hard time finding a doctor who would take...

    I had a hard time finding a doctor who would take it when using an ACA equivalent plan. So no that heap of flaming garbage isn't good enough.

    I don't even know why I was chronically sick then...
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    for people's whose healthcare though the ACA is...

    for people's whose healthcare though the ACA is not adequate nor affordable Sanders was the matter of life and death. Too late now. Now it's mostly just lesser evilism.

    I once was in a...
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    I'm not sure what is going on here, I don't think...

    I'm not sure what is going on here, I don't think anything, CA was as granular data as I could get. I guess the Bay Area just does better because they have lots of rich people and way less poor...
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    someone (in the U.S.!) mentioned hearing about...

    someone (in the U.S.!) mentioned hearing about covid being in this or that location from contract tracing and I almost fell off my chair, wait how could that exist? I mean we don't actually do...
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    in theory, in actuality as a woman in this...

    in theory, in actuality as a woman in this culture, even if not consciously so, I was trained to let men have the last word, dad sure did with his anger even though mom had a masters degree in STEM,...
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    Guess that's why the feminists liken marriage to...

    Guess that's why the feminists liken marriage to captivity, one's choices are no longer one's own. And frankly I think I'm by nature incapable of dictating people's choices on personal matters...
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    Denmark paid people to furlough through the...

    Denmark paid people to furlough through the pandemic so that their jobs were waiting for them to get back to after the pandemic, people didn't lose jobs and have to start all over, then brought down...
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    I find it odd you got your husbands approval. ...

    I find it odd you got your husbands approval. I'm not even bound to anyone economically nor have I ever asked for anyone's help economically and wouldn't unless it came to that or the streets, and...
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    It's easy to think nothing could be worse than...

    It's easy to think nothing could be worse than Trump in the emotion of the moment. And it actually is quite possible nothing could be worse than him because he not only has bad policies (which we...
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    I have wool dryer balls. I bought them to...

    I have wool dryer balls. I bought them to decrease drying time. They do seem to (this is of course a question of if I need to run a second round of the dryer just to get clothes dry or not).
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    nor weather. it's a fact air conditioning will...

    nor weather. it's a fact air conditioning will be running in say office buildings year round nearly, you won't escape it in an office even if you are huddling in a ball trying not to freeze, and if...
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    you would lose me at unregulated, but maybe if I...

    you would lose me at unregulated, but maybe if I had no other options, or as a supplement to a high deductible cheapest ACA or equivalent plan.
  16. Fireworks have been going off here and there for...

    Fireworks have been going off here and there for a month. I actually don't think there are any official shows, we drove up to look down and there were more fireworks than I've seen before on the 4th...
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    No it's not that I'm avoiding going places with...

    No it's not that I'm avoiding going places with A/C. It's that I'm avoiding going ANYWHERE that is inside (except the weekly groceries and seeing my partner and the bank once)
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    Of course. My coworker, who worries a lot about...

    Of course. My coworker, who worries a lot about germs, still has a cleaner come in. In this pandemic, I wouldn't do it (no that I did otherwise - I mean there is no infinite money font, I can buy...
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    The thing is contrary to how much we should...

    The thing is contrary to how much we should respect our kings, you can see echos of the present before. Think Trump has mishandled the coronavirus? Yea so does everyone paying attention. But you...
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    If he ran against Biden there would be no policy...

    If he ran against Biden there would be no policy differences.
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    What are we talking respirators anyway, N95...

    What are we talking respirators anyway, N95 masks, or those plastic respirator things? Like this: https://www.grainger.com/product/3M-3M-Half-Mask-Respirator-5T569

    I'm not sure many of the...
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    Masks were an attempt to open things up without...

    Masks were an attempt to open things up without increasing the virus to the point it overwhelms the hospital system. Whether it could work with perfect compliance who knows, some say so based on...
  23. It's perceived (and this is not entirely wrong)...

    It's perceived (and this is not entirely wrong) as life and death for many people now. And even if that's always true for some, or some people living half a world away, it's now true for many.
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    They are fast approaching the point I suspect...

    They are fast approaching the point I suspect here (not necessarily all of Cali) where elective procedures are going to be shut down AGAIN because of overuse of hospital beds (due to elective...
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    if cigarettes cause lung cancer why are there...

    if cigarettes cause lung cancer why are there people who never smoked who get lung cancer? *takes another puff and inhales deeply and coughs a little* . This cigarettes cause lung cancer stuff is a...
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