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  1. Mate, my wife and I talk about this all the time. We moved away from the US 15 years ago and try to imagine how our level of sanity would be in we never moved. One controversy after another. Day after day. Kia Kaha! (Stay strong!)
  2. RIP Charlie. One of my favourite old memories from the 90's was swinging all those pretty Colorado gals around the dancefloor to this song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UbcAXgET8w
  3. I do! That's his job! During my career working for the public, I have personally stuck my neck out on numerous occasions, to support the common good. These instances could've easily gotten me fired. Was I worried? Yes, but I was raised knowing right from wrong, and had faith in myself that I could get back up on my feet again if the schiit his the fan. These guys don't give a flying fig, apart from "PR" and damage control.
  4. It is simply shocking how this pandemic has become such a political issue up in America. It speaks volumes about the broken/corrupt system if health professionals don't feel safe speaking the truth due to political pressure.
  5. Very interesting to read that Trump and the FDA are claiming that 99% of Covid-19 cases are harmless. https://www.businessinsider.com/fda-commissioner-wont-defend-trump-99-percent-coronavirus-cases-harmless-2020-7?r=AU&IR=T
  6. … or the surprise family reunions with Military families. If they would really care about them, the reunions would be made in private and not in front of 80,000 fans. It's embarrassing.
  7. Oh boy, this is going to go down well. That said, why do they even have to play the national anthem? (When two American teams play each other.) I can kinda understand it during ice hockey and other sports where a team from Canada or another country comes to play.
  8. Well, if that's the case, then there shouldn't be any surprise why America leads the world in infections and deaths.
  9. You do realize that this is effecting the entire world, right? My wife works at a local medical centre, and even though New Zealand hasn't had any community transmission for well over a month, the staff must still wear full PPE gear when testing patients. As stated above by Teef… I think this goes to show the quality of care that you're receiving. (Or you're full of it and are just being a troll.)
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