> Reminder for AU#3: 61,000 US deaths from flu in 2018

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#1 2020-03-26 22:12:27

Reminder for AU#3: 61,000 US deaths from flu in 2018

yawn

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anon user #3
#2 2020-03-26 22:13:11

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And?

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#3 2020-03-26 22:14:03

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81,000 cases x 0.1%  -> 81 deaths. 

Libtards just want to sit at home on welfare, and watch the economy burn.

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#4 2020-03-26 22:14:24

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anon user #3 wrote:

And?

And you didn't even notice them.

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#5 2020-03-26 22:16:57

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Four people died in Benghazi, and we had months of hearings in Congress.  Baggers are still upset.  But 1,177 deaths, and you're all "rounding error, fuq off".

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#6 2020-03-26 22:20:24

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And you didn't even notice them.

THIS. The difference: the flu deaths didn't make it into AU's daily brainwashing sources.

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#7 Yesterday 00:38:34

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61 times moar deaths in 2018 from a virus and there was no panic.

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anon user #3
#8 Yesterday 00:40:30

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Four people died in Benghazi, and we had months of hearings in Congress.  Baggers are still upset.  But 1,177 deaths, and you're all "rounding error, fuq off".

1293.

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Phillip_McCavity
#9 Yesterday 00:42:14

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yawn

Which is why you should get your flu shot.

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#10 Yesterday 00:46:37

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goatse

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#11 Yesterday 00:47:39

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At the current rate, there is literally no way that the US can see that many deaths from the Chinese virus. There aren't enough months left in the year. And as Trump correctly pointed out, we are almost at the end of flu season. Flu is a way bigger killer than the Chinese virus.

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Phillip_McCavity
#12 Yesterday 00:50:33

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At the current rate, there is literally no way that the US can see that many deaths from the Chinese virus. There aren't enough months left in the year. And as Trump correctly pointed out, we are almost at the end of flu season. Flu is a way bigger killer than the Chinese virus.

Trump doesn't know what the fuq he is talking about.

He does not have a medical degree.

You should listen to the people who have a medical and scientific background.

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#13 Yesterday 00:52:36

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Phillip_McCavity wrote:

Trump doesn't know what the fuq he is talking about.

He does not have a medical degree.

You should listen to the people who have a medical and scientific background.

rolleyes Like you?

fuqyou

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anon user #3
#14 Yesterday 00:55:28

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At the current rate, there is literally no way that the US can see that many deaths from the Chinese virus. There aren't enough months left in the year. And as Trump correctly pointed out, we are almost at the end of flu season. Flu is a way bigger killer than the Chinese virus.

It's actually very possible for us to see over 200,000 deaths in a month.  I posted some numbers in another topic earlier today showing it.  Now is it the most likely outcome?  I would say not.  But if the new confirmed cases per day start approaching 50,000 then it become very much possible.

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#15 Yesterday 01:00:09

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If the massive death toll of the virus never materializes, Trump will win re-election in a landslide. Libs fuqed up by over-hyping this.

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#16 Yesterday 01:02:01

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anon user #3 wrote:

It's actually very possible for us to see over 200,000 deaths in a month.  I posted some numbers in another topic earlier today showing it.  Now is it the most likely outcome?  I would say not.  But if the new confirmed cases per day start approaching 50,000 then it become very much possible.

I poasted some made up bullshyt numbers earlier proving my made up bullshyt prediction. The death toll could be as high as a shillion.
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winner

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#17 Yesterday 01:07:40

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anon user #3 wrote:

It's actually very possible for us to see over 200,000 deaths in a month.  I posted some numbers in another topic earlier today showing it.  Now is it the most likely outcome?  I would say not.  But if the new confirmed cases per day start approaching 50,000 then it become very much possible.

Etch it in stone? lmao

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Phillip_McCavity
#18 Yesterday 01:54:05

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anon user #3 wrote:

It's actually very possible for us to see over 200,000 deaths in a month.  I posted some numbers in another topic earlier today showing it.  Now is it the most likely outcome?  I would say not.  But if the new confirmed cases per day start approaching 50,000 then it become very much possible.

Possible.

As of right now the virus growth is not slowing. I had some hope a couple of days ago, but that turned out unfounded.

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/26/usa-now … italy.html

"The pandemic is accelerating," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Monday at a press briefing from the organization's Geneva headquarters. "It took 67 days from the first reported case to reach 100,000 cases, 11 days for second 100,000 cases, and just four days for the third 100,000 cases."

Confirmed U.S. cases passed 5,000 last week. At the beginning of the month, there were roughly 100 confirmed cases in the U.S.

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#19 Yesterday 02:15:17

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anon user #3 wrote:

It's actually very possible for us to see over 200,000 deaths in a month.  I posted some numbers in another topic earlier today showing it.  Now is it the most likely outcome?  I would say not.  But if the new confirmed cases per day start approaching 50,000 then it become very much possible.

And when it doesn't happen you'll say "wait another month", whine about dots again and run away.

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