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I'm guessing the Super Bowl will be in the first of March now? 

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5 minutes ago, Snake said:

I'm guessing the Super Bowl will be in the first of March now? 

I dunno. Will you think the coronavirus is serious now if they do?

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7 minutes ago, TheRumGone said:

I dunno. Will you think the coronavirus is serious now if they do?

No, because it's not any more serious than the flu. Could you tell your retarted people to stop buying up the TP, bread, and milk. I mean two of those are perishable quite quickly. 

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Came here to make 3-28 joke. Glad to see I didn’t have to. 

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9 hours ago, Snake said:

No, because it's not any more serious than the flu. Could you tell your retarted people to stop buying up the TP, bread, and milk. I mean two of those are perishable quite quickly. 

Why is it that those who have an attitude of American exceptionalism are the ones who should have it the least, objectively speaking. 

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9 hours ago, Snake said:

No, because it's not any more serious than the flu. Could you tell your retarted people to stop buying up the TP, bread, and milk. I mean two of those are perishable quite quickly. 

This may or may not be true. It's too early to make that statement, as we don't have the data to make that assessment. It's certainly highly contagious, & the biggest difference is that there is no vaccine, which is why medical officials don't want this thing running rampant. The flu is bad enough, now add in the novel coronavirus, and that's probably at least double the trouble. 

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10 hours ago, Snake said:

No, because it's not any more serious than the flu. Could you tell your retarted people to stop buying up the TP, bread, and milk. I mean two of those are perishable quite quickly. 

Just about every store here in Ga are ravaged and this is getting ridiculous running out of things when greed sets in and people care about nobody but themselves. There is word that people may start go after baby wipes among other things as well. My daughter was talking to an elderly couple while she was at the store and they even think all of this buying up things is really dumb and ridiculous and is nonsense.

 

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11 hours ago, Snake said:

No, because it's not any more serious than the flu.

*if there was no flu vaccine, if it was more contagious, and if there hadn't been 100 years of scientific advancement and study since the most famous pandemic in history.

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3 hours ago, top dawg said:

This may or may not be true. It's too early to make that statement, as we don't have the data to make that assessment. It's certainly highly contagious, & the biggest difference is that there is no vaccine, which is why medical officials don't want this thing running rampant. The flu is bad enough, now add in the novel coronavirus, and that's probably at least double the trouble. 

You don’t need a damn vaccine to get over it like most people have already. 

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2 hours ago, The NFL Shield At Midfield said:

*if there was no flu vaccine, if it was more contagious, and if there hadn't been 100 years of scientific advancement and study since the most famous pandemic in history.

I’ve never gotten a flu vaccination and I’ve never gotten the flu. 

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4 hours ago, top dawg said:

This may or may not be true. It's too early to make that statement, as we don't have the data to make that assessment. It's certainly highly contagious, & the biggest difference is that there is no vaccine, which is why medical officials don't want this thing running rampant. The flu is bad enough, now add in the novel coronavirus, and that's probably at least double the trouble. 

I think Italy would say they have enough data. 1300 deaths so far. All deaths by the flu in 2019...240.

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