Jump to content

Jon in Pasadena

Members
  • Content Count

    1,212
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

142 Excellent

About Jon in Pasadena

  • Rank
    Digital Janitor

Profile Fields

  • Location
    In your head

Recent Profile Visitors

771 profile views
  1. Where's the pics of her getting disciplined? (Asking for a friend.)
  2. Yeah, then v2.0 shows up with a hypodermic and chases down the vaccine refusers...😷
  3. Here is an interesting idea being proposed for opening the economy in a controlled way, that should still have a positive effect on controlling the spread of the virus: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/11/opinion/coronavirus-reopen.html I expect that something like this, maybe not this exact plan, will be adopted in many areas. Right now I am trying to make arrangements to get into the office for the first time in nine weeks, and it is unbelievable how many hoops I need to jump through to get authorized. I just need to pick up some equipment, and it is being vetted all the way up to SVP level.
  4. For Canadians, I suppose it is. But...no.
  5. I edited my post to add that it appears that worldometers is including all of the "probable" Covid-19 deaths where other sites are not.
  6. You better call up worldometers.info and tell them they wrote down an extra 5121 deaths for NYS because they have it at 20861. Where are you seeing only 15740? I see now that different sites are reporting wildly different mortality. Anyone know the source of the discrepancy? 33% difference is ridiculous... Maybe they're including the "probable" cases of Covid-19 death, but other sites only the "confirmed". Good to know.
  7. I thought this was interesting: https://www.livescience.com/coronavirus-protection-using-tuberculosis-vaccine.html
  8. Pretty sure you meant 0.5% not 0.005% 0.005% of 2.7M is only 135 people. Over 500 died just today according to worldometers. Also, I get a value more like 0.8% 20861 / 2700000 = 0.77269....
  9. Maybe she's looking ahead? With the obesity epidemic in America, give it a few more weeks and maybe the virus will be too chubby to fit through the holes...?
  10. Is that part of Common Core? Sounds real useful.
  11. On first listen I didn't catch any more Hamlet references, but he did drop "Merchant of Venice" and "Lady Macbeth".
×
×
  • Create New...