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6 hours ago, Jeff Carter said:

This is a detailed analysis of the current situation, advocating strict social-distancing and shelter at home policies

https://medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-the-hammer-and-the-dance-be9337092b56

Thank you for this Jeff.  Possibly the most enlightening thing I've read on the big picture.  I've shared it with three Biology professors I work with having expertise in Physiology and advising medical students, statistical and quantitative analysis and Microbiology, Immunology and Virology respectively.  I await their opinions but am inclined to sign the petition and promote it on facebook etc.  As it states Time is of the Essence.

We should be testing Everybody, tracking and isolating/quarantining Yesterday.  Or well before.    

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4 hours ago, James DiEugenio said:

I actually got a package of TP, but that is because they are rationing it.  No more than one to customer. Plus they do not put it out all at once, its staggered.

Were we debating the fine line between research and conspiracy theory last night?

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28 minutes ago, W. Niederhut said:

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock issued a stay-at-home order for the metro area today.

The liquor stores and marijuana dispensaries will close at 5 PM tomorrow.   Hmmm...  🤨

What time do they close tonight?    If your in line before they do can you still get in?  They may be out tomorrow.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=john+denver+rocky+mountain+high+youtube&view=detail&mid=B6E90043FE5E6D2ACDF4B6E90043FE5E6D2ACDF4&FORM=VIRE0&ru=%2fsearch%3fq%3djohn%2bdenver%2brocky%2bmountain%2bhigh%2byoutube%26form%3dPRUSEN%26mkt%3den-us%26httpsmsn%3d1%26msnews%3d1%26rec_search%3d1%26refig%3d1d81b7f0909e4a38a84319f4c2851d00%26sp%3d2%26qs%3dLS%26pq%3djohn%2bdenver%2brocky%2b%26sk%3dPRES1LS1%26sc%3d8-18%26cvid%3d1d81b7f0909e4a38a84319f4c2851d00

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What is it with billionaires and population control?

Before Bill Gates was pushing his own population control agenda, his father was head of Planned Parenthood
 

JD Rockefeller Jr. was a committed Eugenics promoter and his family foundation funded all kinds of “family planning” science research. They even funded the Gibson Island Science Conferences. Some of the 20th century’s most impressive scientific papers came out of Gibson Island, Including the early research that led to the invention of "the Pill", the Dalkon Shield, and the effect of infectious diseases on Guatemalans, Puerto Rican citizens and the men from Tuskegee.

George Moffett was another rich guy who seemed to have it in for huge swaths of the Population. He was CEO of the largest Corn Processing Corp. In the world by WW2.

He also was a Sponsor of the Gibson Island Conferences, though his depopulation plan mostly focused on keeping the Farben Chemical Cartel solvent, and when that "trade" ended, "Paper Clipping" German Polymer Chemists with Eugene DuPont, John Raskob and Bob Mueller Jr. 

Lots of eugenics research going on between millionaires back in the day. Between spending years of research on how to give leukemia to mice, sterilizing local populations and weaponizing diseases, they really had it in their heads that the Planet has way too many people. Just like Bill Gates.

Paper Clipped Chemists on Gibson Island

Founder of Gibson Island Conferences Commits Suicide Same Week as Admiral Forrestal. (Both had contact with WS Symington.)

Early Post WW2 Birth Control Science and Sex Change Surgery from Johns Hopkins & Gibson Island

Gibson Island and Eugenics "Population Control" Research

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Like Texas governor Patrick, I tend to think we quarantined the country too early, taking the first ditch instead of the last.  But I wonder if he should be held to his promise, as Caligula did the senators who offered their lives to the gods for his recovery:

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/24/older-people-would-rather-die-than-let-covid-19-lockdown-harm-us-economy-texas-official-dan-patrick

Some Englishmen who may have felt otherwise:

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/18/not-ready-to-go-tributes-paid-to-uk-first-named-victims-of-coronavirus

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12 hours ago, Ron Bulman said:

Well, so much for the mayor's shut down order...  🤥

After panicked crowds swarm Denver liquor stores and dispensaries, mayor reverses order to close both

It only took three hours for the city of Denver to change course on listing liquor stores and recreational dispensaries as “non-essential”

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/03/23/liquor-stores-dispensaries-closing-denver-shelter-in-place/

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18 minutes ago, W. Niederhut said:

Well, so much for the mayor's shut down order...  🤥

After panicked crowds swarm Denver liquor stores and dispensaries, mayor reverses order to close both

It only took three hours for the city of Denver to change course on listing liquor stores and recreational dispensaries as “non-essential”

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/03/23/liquor-stores-dispensaries-closing-denver-shelter-in-place/

Fortunately, we're wiser in New York.  Watch quarantine turn into a horror movie when you pile Prohibition on it.

I'd call all this a test of the American character, but I wouldn't want Caligula to hear. (See my previous post.)

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11 hours ago, W. Niederhut said:

Well, so much for the mayor's shut down order...  🤥

After panicked crowds swarm Denver liquor stores and dispensaries, mayor reverses order to close both

It only took three hours for the city of Denver to change course on listing liquor stores and recreational dispensaries as “non-essential”

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/03/23/liquor-stores-dispensaries-closing-denver-shelter-in-place/

Wish I could have raided one of those dispensaries if we're facing possible multiple weeks of  lock down to quarters.  Calming of anxiety with a plant in it's natural form shouldn't be illegal in this situation .  But it is in Texas. 

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