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3 hours ago, Joe Bauer said:

Yeah, when most of the dead Americans from the covid are over 40 who cares.

I believe you may have missed Robert's important point. Most of the US combat deaths in WWII were between the ages of 18-35. They would have otherwise lived much longer if they were not in a war. With Covid-19, the average person who died had 2.6 severe health issues before covid, like cancer, diabetes, etc.... That is from the CDC. 60% of all deaths attributed to Covid-19 were people 75 and older (most over 85!) who had 2-3 major health issues. The average life expectancy between all states is 78.5. When you add in the fact that the CDC ordered a change in death certificate accounting earlier this year to make Covid listed in the all important Part A regardless of whether or not it killed them, you can begin to see what had happened. Then there's the PCR "tests"....

 

Comparing US WWII combat deaths to the official Covid-19 number is not instructive of any useful historical analysis in my opinion.

 

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43 minutes ago, Robert Wheeler said:

Johnson was a lifelong Democrat, yet here we are.

The Governor of Georgia, the Lt Governor, the State Attorney General and Secretary of State are all Republicans who conspired with Republican poll watchers to steal the election for Democrat Biden.

Such perfidy must be punished!  GOP voters need to boycott all elections!

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20 hours ago, Sandy Larsen said:

Hey Dennis, if you don't mind my asking, how would you rank your top 10 presidents? I'm curious.

As I feel you were trying to prove a point with this, here you go, it'd be something close to this list. This ranking of presidents questions is bizarre to me and I don't find it very useful. The only agreement ever found on this question is the first 3 as a group, not even the order.

 

1.) Lincoln

2.) Washington

3.) FDR

4.) Monroe

5.) Madison

6.) Jefferson

7.) JQA

8.) JFK

9.) Arthur

10.) Garfield   ;)

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3 hours ago, Dennis Berube said:

As I feel you were trying to prove a point with this, here you go, it'd be something close to this list. This ranking of presidents questions is bizarre to me and I don't find it very useful. The only agreement ever found on this question is the first 3 as a group, not even the order.

 

1.) Lincoln

2.) Washington

3.) FDR

4.) Monroe

5.) Madison

6.) Jefferson

7.) JQA

8.) JFK

9.) Arthur

10.) Garfield   ;)

Why Chester Arthur?

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On 12/9/2020 at 1:24 AM, Bob Ness said:

Seriously. Was never a big Dylan fan but how can his library be worth that much? I wonder what a drop in a sound track would cost. Yikes.

  • The second he passes, a plethora of Dylan anthology repackagings, unreleased material collections, live albums, live-show videos, etc.
  • The second he passes, a miasma of song appearances in TV and internet ads, which in will in turn keep the BD covers/soundtrack drop-ins industry current and flowing.
  • A biopic, which will in turn... (See item above.) 
  • Think Elvis' death on steroids.  The onslaught will be huge throughout the northern hemisphere, probably reaching China - which, I'm told, broadcasts a lot more western pop than we assume, and will be crying out to be sold a "voice of freedom."
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3 hours ago, Dennis Berube said:

I believe you may have missed Robert's important point. Most of the US combat deaths in WWII were between the ages of 18-35. They would have otherwise lived much longer if they were not in a war. With Covid-19, the average person who died had 2.6 severe health issues before covid, like cancer, diabetes, etc.... That is from the CDC. 60% of all deaths attributed to Covid-19 were people 75 and older (most over 85!) who had 2-3 major health issues. The average life expectancy between all states is 78.5. When you add in the fact that the CDC ordered a change in death certificate accounting earlier this year to make Covid listed in the all important Part A regardless of whether or not it killed them, you can begin to see what had happened. Then there's the PCR "tests"....

 

Comparing US WWII combat deaths to the official Covid-19 number is not instructive of any useful historical analysis in my opinion.

 

Here are the latest CDC figures for U.S. Covid deaths versus infections up to 12,05,2020.

All ages 261,530 2,703,232          
  Under 1 year 29 15,187          
  1–4 years 17 2,823          
  5–14 years 46 4,540          
  15–24 years 449 29,167          
  25–34 years 1,909 59,676          
  35–44 years 4,917 84,397          
  45–54 years 13,080 153,621          
  55–64 years 31,973 352,562          
  65–74 years 55,985 536,982

 

       
  75–84 years 70,815 654,482          
  85 years and over 82,310 809,795

 

Look at the numbers.

100,000 American Covid deaths occurred between 45 and 75 years old. More than 1/3rd of all the deaths. Americans that had 20 to 30 more years of living and producing and loving and protecting?

So, Covid deaths of people 75 and older is simply removing the chaff, but 45 to 75 year olds?

Middle aged to pre and mid-senior aged Americans dying in these numbers is less important than WW II combat deaths?

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Update as of December 3, 2020: The model used to generate influenza in-season preliminary burden estimates uses current season flu hospitalization data. Reported flu hospitalizations are too low at this time to generate an estimate.

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/preliminary-in-season-estimates.htm

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7 minutes ago, Joe Bauer said:

Here are the latest CDC figures for U.S. Covid deaths versus infections up to 12,05,2020.

All ages 261,530 2,703,232          
  Under 1 year 29 15,187          
  1–4 years 17 2,823          
  5–14 years 46 4,540          
  15–24 years 449 29,167          
  25–34 years 1,909 59,676          
  35–44 years 4,917 84,397          
  45–54 years 13,080 153,621          
  55–64 years 31,973 352,562          
  65–74 years 55,985 536,982

 

       
  75–84 years 70,815 654,482          
  85 years and over 82,310 809,795

 

Look at the numbers.

100,000 American Covid deaths occurred between 45 and 75 years old. More than 1/3rd of all the deaths. Americans that had 20 to 30 more years of living and producing and loving and protecting?

So, Covid deaths of people 75 and older is simply removing the chaff, but 45 to 75 year olds?

Middle aged to pre and mid-senior aged Americans dying in these numbers is less important than WW II combat deaths?

The life expectancy of an American male in 1946 was around 64.

Life expectancy of all Americans today is around 78.

It runs against the Pro-Trump narrative to compare war death with the covid dead.

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1 hour ago, David Andrews said:
  • The second he passes, a plethora of Dylan anthology repackagings, unreleased material collections, live albums, live-show videos, etc.
  • The second he passes, a miasma of song appearances in TV and internet ads, which in will in turn keep the BD covers/soundtrack drop-ins industry current and flowing.
  • A biopic, which will in turn... (See item above.) 
  • Think Elvis' death on steroids.  The onslaught will be huge throughout the northern hemisphere, probably reaching China - which, I'm told, broadcasts a lot more western pop than we assume, and will be crying out to be sold a "voice of freedom."

Yeah I guess. Haha wasn't big on Elvis either. But you're probably right.

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1 hour ago, Robert Wheeler said:

Update as of December 3, 2020: The model used to generate influenza in-season preliminary burden estimates uses current season flu hospitalization data. Reported flu hospitalizations are too low at this time to generate an estimate.

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/preliminary-in-season-estimates.htm

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CV is more contageous and people remain infectious 3 times longer after symptoms subside. Could have something to do with it. But why would a Doctor have that information?

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1 hour ago, Bob Ness said:

Yeah I guess. Haha wasn't big on Elvis either. But you're probably right.

...But wait, there's more!  Bob Dylan ringtones; www.bobdylan.com YouTube videos as clickbait; PBS documentary films on the folk scene every pledge drive season; Spotify, iTunes and and Tidal playlists...   Even at a penny a point, it's a $100 mil profit on a $300 mil investment, and when it seems to be milked dry, another company will buy it for $350 mil and make a $50 mil profit, adapting it to new media for a third generation...lossy, lossless, hi-res, hi-def - "Bob Dylan as you've never seen him before!  The hologram tour, spanning 50 years of performances!"

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