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  1. This drives me nuts. The reporter asks an incredible stupid and condescending question. Every part of the question would fall under the legal objections of assuming facts not in evidence, lack of relevance, and being argumentative. It would be like a reporter asking Berry, "When you get swept by the gophers, will you peacefully leave the ice?" I hope in that situation Berry would also give a flippant answer. Then the left leaning media outlets spins it into something that simply didn't happen. This is all the children's story about crying wolf. When everyone is a racist, no one is a racist. We're so numb to the name calling and labeling that it has no impact anymore when it is actually warranted.
  2. Absolutely not, I’d prefer to not lose my house. Personally I don’t see the point of most of the testing that is being done. I just don’t like the overreaction to the reported positive numbers without any context.
  3. The 6-8% seems to be the results. Not sure why that isn’t within a standard deviation of being representative of the general population. Being that most are completely Asymptomatic makes it more likely to be true. In a state by state comparison some are doing better than others as far as their percent of positive tests. SD has an worse percentage, ND is about average. Nebraska seems to be doing very well. Statistically the higher testing states would have the most positives if the same % of the populations in all the states were positive. ND is high in both, which makes sense.
  4. It doesn’t result in more actual people having it, but it does result is a higher reported number. If we tested 100k North Dakotans tomorrow there would probably be 7000 positives. That doesn’t change a thing from a perspective of the health of the State today. There would be the same hospitalizations and the same deaths.
  5. You need both data points to draw any conclusion. It’s like saying I scored 1,000,000 points in a pinball game. With no reference it’s impossible to say it’s good or bad. The data indicates that ND is high on the first list only due to the high number of tests. The same can’t be said for SD.
  6. (3) tough games against a team fighting for their playoff spot (Reds). If the Twins win 2 of the 3, the White have to go 3-1 to tie, and they have the tie breaker. Big game between the Sox and tribe tonight. Cleveland has the easiest schedule. A 3 way tie could be on the table going into Sunday.
  7. If the post-season were to start today it looks like they'd get the Yankees. I wonder how that would turn out... A win today should put them in pretty good shape with the remaining schedule and days off.
  8. Cave pushes a bunt to the left side today for an easy hit. He was up in the ninth yesterday with a man on first, nobody out, down by two. Defense was completed shifted around. Why in God's name do you do the push bunt today and not yesterday when it was so obviously needed and appropriate. I really don't get Rocco's decision half the time.
  9. “I like people who weren't captured," Trump said at an Iowa summit during his presidential campaign in 2015, adding, "I don't like loser.” This is the quote from a recent article. It completely misstates, as usual, the context of the quotes. The two quotes were not in the same discussion. Trump stated that he donated and supposed McCain in his run for president. That was the context for the loser part. He called him a loser in the context of losing a presidential election.
  10. The article you posted had ZERO evidentiary basis. ZERO. Just like reading the headlines that Trump told people to drink breach or commit voter fraud. They are completely false. Unfortunately you can't trust the headlines (both ways). I prefer to actual consider something based on what actually was said, not based on the right guy or the left guy's spin on what was said. Maybe if the media (both ways) reported what actual happens instead of their opinion about what and why something happened, there would be less confusion and division.
  11. Really in pretty good shape considering the injuries and general lack of production. I'd say only Cruz, and maybe Sano and Polanco have met or exceeding their expectations for the season. Plenty of room for improvement offensively.
  12. Here's the actual quote, yet this gets spun into endorsing voter fraud. “They will vote and then they are going to have to check their vote by going to the poll and voting that way because if it tabulates then they won’t be able to do that. So let them send it in, and let them go vote. And if the system is as good as they say it is, then they obviously won’t be able to vote,” Trump told WECT News. “If it isn’t tabulated, they will be able to vote. So that’s the way it is, and that’s what they should do.”
  13. How has he specifically justified the "right-wing thugs"? His words, not the recaps. Every clip I've seen from Biden and Trump condemns the violence. Trump won't specifically condemn the violence acts of the "right-wing thugs" and Biden won't condemn the violent acts of BLM and antifa.
  14. It's like the kids game of telephone. Trump says something off the cuff that is kinda goofy or weird. It gets passed through multiple iterations of media/social media... and all of a sudden he told people to drink bleach or some other completely untruthful spin on the original statement. I find it odd that Trump and Biden are doing the exact some thing concerning the unrest. They both "bothside" the violence and don't specifically denounce the violence by the fringes of the left and right respectively. The left jumps on Trump, and the right jumps on Biden, but they are both saying literally the exact same thing.
  15. On average, the pro-mask mandating, shut the economy down crowd score nearly 4 times as high on the naricissistic personality inventory than folks on the, masks are pointless, we need to open everything group.
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