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18 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

Do you recall a war the US had lost 75,000 people to? Or one that had 2,000 US citizens dying daily?

Actual "wars" generally spare the elderly and vulnerable and take the lives of those with a future ahead of them yet are willing to sacrifice for the greater good......but as far as the history of war casualties I'll defer to our resident expert dlsiouxfan.

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11 minutes ago, Nodak78 said:

I'm just spit balling but population per sq mile. Probably close to 1/2

Therefore people who live in more densley populated areas should not act responsibly and not wear masks?

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20 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

Do you recall a war the US had lost 75,000 people to? Or one that had 2,000 US citizens dying daily?

405k in WW2...and none of that was fought on our home soil

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11 minutes ago, Old Fella said:

Therefore people who live in more densley populated areas should not act responsibly and not wear masks?

Whatever

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1 minute ago, yzerman19 said:

405k in WW2...and none of that was fought on our home soil

Hawaii

 

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Do as I command or hundreds of thousands will die...framed that way it sounds like a threat...

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1 minute ago, yzerman19 said:

405k in WW2...and none of that was fought on our home soil

A quick google search shows 291,557 US lives were lost in WW2. And this spanned over 4 years. 

We've lost 75,000 so far to Covid19 with 2,000 daily still dying.

Thankfully it has been mostly elderly with no future ahead of them though eh?

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54 minutes ago, Old Fella said:

Sure you can tell all of us why  Cass County has more cases and dealths from the virus that the rest of the state combined?  

 

Dirty, unkempt bison fans. 

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Just now, Siouxphan27 said:

Dirty, unkempt bison fans. 

You just maybe are on to something.

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1 minute ago, Old Fella said:

You just maybe are on to something.

I saw a bunch of bison fans walking around in Fargo wearing football helmets, thinking the face masks were protective gear. 

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46 minutes ago, Nodak78 said:

You can start with size of population.

Add in demographics and elderly population/care facilities.  13 of 35 long term care facilities are in Cass.  I don't have the numbers, but the retirement communities have to be at least that percentage, probably more.  Just makes sense to have those facilities are located with adequate medical and other services available.  

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4 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

A quick google search shows 291,557 US lives were lost in WW2. And this spanned over 4 years. 

We've lost 75,000 so far to Covid19 with 2,000 daily still dying.

Thankfully it has been mostly elderly with no future ahead of them though eh?

Nevermind the demographic group of those 24 and under that die at a vastly higher rate from influenza. Hopefully this country will have a daily clicker and press conferences for those individuals on an annual basis as we move forward.

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5 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

A quick google search shows 291,557 US lives were lost in WW2. And this spanned over 4 years. 

We've lost 75,000 so far to Covid19 with 2,000 daily still dying.

Thankfully it has been mostly elderly with no future ahead of them though eh?

Yep...I’d die for my children’s future.  
 

and my quick google search cane in at 405k

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2 minutes ago, Walsh Hall said:

Add in demographics and elderly population/care facilities.  13 of 35 long term care facilities are in Cass.  I don't have the numbers, but the retirement communities have to be at least that percentage, probably more.  Just makes sense to have those facilities are located with adequate medical and other services available.  

Can you break that down into a % for Old Fella to spare him the math?

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8 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

A quick google search shows 291,557 US lives were lost in WW2. And this spanned over 4 years. 

We've lost 75,000 so far to Covid19 with 2,000 daily still dying.

Thankfully it has been mostly elderly with no future ahead of them though eh?

Just read an article on a 29 woman who passed away with/from Covid.  Seemed like an absolutely wonderful person.  She was beyond morbidly obese, HBP and likely diabetic.  May she rest in peace, but at some point we also have to take responsibility for our decisions.  In the end, her death will be used to show that this is killing young people...

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18 minutes ago, yzerman19 said:

Wasn’t a State yet

True but was a territory.

 

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4 minutes ago, Oxbow6 said:

Can you break that down into a % for Old Fella to spare him the math?

13 is 1/3 of the long term facilities in ND. 33% is less than 50%.   How's that for math.  

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9 minutes ago, Oxbow6 said:

Nevermind the demographic group of those 24 and under that die at a vastly higher rate from influenza. Hopefully this country will have a daily clicker and press conferences for those individuals on an annual basis as we move forward.

 

https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/Provisional-COVID-19-Death-Counts-by-Sex-Age-and-S/9bhg-hcku

Vastly higher?

19-20 US Covid deaths under 24 years of age - 58

19-20 US Influenza deaths under 24 years of age  - 126

Add in the 25-34 year olds and Covid deaths are more than influeza.

Keep in mind the first documented Covid death in the US was just 3 months ago. To top that off we now have children dealing with Kawasaki disease after recovering from Covid. 

 

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25 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

We've lost 75,000 so far to Covid19 with 2,000 daily still dying.

I was told by the Minnesota governor that 74,000 would perish in that state alone...

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5 minutes ago, MafiaMan said:

I was told by the Minnesota governor that 74,000 would perish in that state alone...

I was also told by our president that Covid deaths would instantly be zero and it would miraculously be behind us.

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10 minutes ago, MafiaMan said:

I was told by the Minnesota governor that 74,000 would perish in that state alone...

That's only if you come out of your house...he plans to shelter in place until 2025.

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4 minutes ago, Redneksioux said:

I was also told by our president that Covid deaths would instantly be zero and it would miraculously be behind us.

I was also told by WHO that the virus wasn’t transmittable from human to human.  We can do this all day... 

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1 minute ago, MafiaMan said:

I was also told by WHO that the virus wasn’t transmittable from human to human.  We can do this all day... 

I'm sure we can!

When did the WHO claim covid19 was not transmittable from human to human?

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