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9 minutes ago, dlsiouxfan said:

So have you started prescribing insulin for your non-diabetic patients yet?  I mean Trump is thinking about doing it so it must be OK, right?

Yup.....anything to save just one life.

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4 hours ago, dlsiouxfan said:

So have you started prescribing insulin for your non-diabetic patients yet?  I mean Trump is thinking about doing it so it must be OK, right?

Wow. 

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4 hours ago, dlsiouxfan said:

So have you started prescribing insulin for your non-diabetic patients yet?  I mean Trump is thinking about doing it so it must be OK, right?

I have seen more Democrats hung up on what Trump said that day vs what was done.  Big deal for those with diabetes.  

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1 hour ago, homer said:

I have seen more Democrats hung up on what Trump said that day vs what was done.  Big deal for those with diabetes.  

Honest question.... do you think Trump knows what was done that day? 

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5 minutes ago, dlsiouxfan said:

Honest question.... do you think Trump knows what was done that day? 

You must be thinking of Dementia Joe.

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14 minutes ago, dlsiouxfan said:

Honest question.... do you think Trump knows what was done that day? 

Because it will appeal to a growing voter base, yes I do.  

It’s a good deal at face value.  Remains to be seen what it will do to other diabetes medication as there is always more everything gov’t.   I can tell you however exactly when insulin prices started to get out of hand. 

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let's take these two major happenings in the last couple of days in GF and Minny...is there a chance that both incidences might never have happened if people would've been able to go back to work weeks ago  when the "curve" was flattened?  seems like the GF shooter was behind on rent (maybe from lack of work) and george floyd forged a check maybe because he hadn't worked in weeks?  just specualtion of course but you never know

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1 hour ago, SIOUXFAN97 said:

let's take these two major happenings in the last couple of days in GF and Minny...is there a chance that both incidences might never have happened if people would've been able to go back to work weeks ago  when the "curve" was flattened?  seems like the GF shooter was behind on rent (maybe from lack of work) and george floyd forged a check maybe because he hadn't worked in weeks?  just specualtion of course but you never know

I don't know....the guy who murdered him by kneeling on his throat for an extended period wasn't out of work. I'm pretty comfortable putting all the blame on that POS and his unmasked, working compatriots. Although they are unemployed now.  But are they unemployed from the quarantine or with the quarantine. It's so hard to know how they count those stats.

Grand Forks I can't speak too.

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4 hours ago, SIOUXFAN97 said:

let's take these two major happenings in the last couple of days in GF and Minny...is there a chance that both incidences might never have happened if people would've been able to go back to work weeks ago  when the "curve" was flattened?  seems like the GF shooter was behind on rent (maybe from lack of work) and george floyd forged a check maybe because he hadn't worked in weeks?  just specualtion of course but you never know

2 hours ago, 802Sioux said:

I don't know....the guy who murdered him by kneeling on his throat for an extended period wasn't out of work. I'm pretty comfortable putting all the blame on that POS and his unmasked, working compatriots. Although they are unemployed now.  But are they unemployed from the quarantine or with the quarantine. It's so hard to know how they count those stats.

Grand Forks I can't speak too.

A forged check is not a death sentence. Hundreds of millions of checks are forged every year in the USA. As mentioned, George Floyd died because a man pinned his neck to the pavement, resulting directly in his death by positional asphyxiation. He didn't die because of the circumstances surrounding a virus, he died from incredibly poor actions taken by four police officers. 

The GF POLICE OFFICER who died was a friend of a friend and we met on many occasions. He was a calm, level-headed, nice young man. Which I suppose is why THE GF POLICE DEPARTMENT send him in for a sad event like an eviction. You can speculate all you want, but the same idea holds true if we were to have taken the virus seriously from the start. If ND had the same eviction suspension policy as MN, there would have been no eviction served this week, and this incident would not have happened. If the USA had implemented prevention measures earlier and the message not be so politicized, the health impact would have been exponentially lower, the economy would have opened up months sooner, and this might not have happened. 

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1 hour ago, 802Sioux said:

I don't know....the guy who murdered him by kneeling on his throat for an extended period wasn't out of work. I'm pretty comfortable putting all the blame on that POS and his unmasked, working compatriots. Although they are unemployed now.  But are they unemployed from the quarantine or with the quarantine. It's so hard to know how they count those stats.

Grand Forks I can't speak too.

The video does not show the LEO kneeling on his throat. Watch the whole video. He is having problems from the beginning of the encounter. He is unsteady on his feet. Problems with balance and trips. Look at it critically. Dont look for what you want to see. Not saying the LEO was correct in his actions and inactions.

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28 minutes ago, dynato said:

A forged check is not a death sentence. Hundreds of millions of checks are forged every year in the USA. As mentioned, George Floyd died because a man pinned his neck to the pavement, resulting directly in his death by positional asphyxiation. He didn't die because of the circumstances surrounding a virus, he died from incredibly poor actions taken by four police officers. 

Than man who died was a friend of a friend and we met on many occasions. He was a calm, level-headed, nice young man. Which I suppose is why they send him in for a sad event like an eviction. You can speculate all you want, but the same idea holds true if we were to have taken the virus seriously from the start. If ND had the same eviction suspension policy as MN, there would have been no eviction served this week, and this incident would not have happened. If the USA had implemented prevention measures earlier and the message not be so politicized, the health impact would have been exponentially lower, the economy would have opened up months sooner, and this might not have happened. 

 

 

??????

what i'm getting at is that if people don't go back to work and make money you will see "small" crimes and big crimes explode not because "we didn't take the virus seriously" but bc for some reason these governors won't open their states until they are totally bankrupt and then ask the other states that are open to pay for their bad judgements.

so the guy that shot thru a door at cops and whoever else was in the hallway was a calm, level-headed, nice young man?

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Just now, SIOUXFAN97 said:

??????

what i'm getting at is that if people don't go back to work and make money you will see "small" crimes and big crimes explode not because "we didn't take the virus seriously" but bc for some reason these governors won't open their states until they are totally bankrupt and then ask the other states that are open to pay for their bad judgements.

so the guy that shot thru a door at cops and whoever else was in the hallway was a calm, level-headed, nice young man?

Sure that was your point. Just as mine was if we took action earlier and worked together against the coronavirus, we would not have been shut down as long, and would not have had such a drastic health and economic impact. Besides, isn't the message right now that we hate that the unemployed are making ridiculous money and have no desire to go back to work? Or is the message that the government isn't providing anything to them and they are desperate to get back to work? I'm confused, because both have been used but each message contradicts one another. 

Also I updated my post to be more clear since you have difficulty with context clues. I'm not defending/honoring a cop killer. 

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1 minute ago, dynato said:

Sure that was your point. Just as mine was if we took action earlier and worked together against the coronavirus, we would not have been shut down as long, and would not have had such a drastic health and economic impact. Besides, isn't the message right now that we hate that the unemployed are making ridiculous money and have no desire to go back to work? Or is the message that the government isn't providing anything to them and they are desperate to get back to work? I'm confused, because both have been used but each message contradicts one another. 

Also I updated my post to be more clear since you have difficulty with context clues. I'm not defending/honoring a cop killer. 

At least this part is right.

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19 minutes ago, SiouxBoys said:

At least this part is right.

I'm just saying it is hypocritical for people to simultaneously claim majority of the unemployed are useless, that they are just leeches of a fruitful bad socialist system, and they need to find a job. Yet also pull the whole "the poor, poor, unemployed! they have no support system! they want to work, they are desperate to work, see this is what happens when they don't work!" card. 

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15 minutes ago, dynato said:

I'm just saying it is hypocritical for people to simultaneously claim majority of the unemployed are useless, that they are just leeches of a fruitful bad socialist system, and they need to find a job. Yet also pull the whole "the poor, poor, unemployed! they have no support system! they want to work, they are desperate to work, see this is what happens when they don't work!" card. 

u are off the deep end. get some help..go outside without a mask and sit in the sun.

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1 minute ago, SIOUXFAN97 said:

u are off the deep end. get some help..go outside without a mask and sit in the sun.

Please tell me how I am off the deep end

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Al Sharpton on his way to MSP to provide calm and encourage social distancing to the "mostly peaceful protesters". 

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1 minute ago, Oxbow6 said:

Al Sharpton on his way to MSP to provide calm and encourage social distancing to the "mostly peaceful protesters". 

A little ridiculous situation down there. Police are taking the time to arrest reporters while they let their own precinct burn to the ground.

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Let it all burn.  Then put it all on the back of the local taxpayers to rebuild the infrastructure.  No police station anywhere near there should be interesting. 

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9 hours ago, 802Sioux said:

Video showed white police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd's neck

 

I will amend to neck to be more accurate. Look at the face of the man as he lays dying as someone kneels on his neck.

 

...and the officer was so concerned about him as a threat that he can have his hand in his pocket rather than free to react to the perceived threat. 

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16 minutes ago, UND1983 said:

Let it all burn.  Then put it all on the back of the local taxpayers to rebuild the infrastructure.  No police station anywhere near there should be interesting. 

Just saw an interview with the owner of a jewelry store. Totally trashed and stripped clean inside. Going to be lots of "peaceful" protesters with new bling on when they hit the streets again tonight.

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13 minutes ago, UND1983 said:

Let it all burn.  Then put it all on the back of the local taxpayers to rebuild the infrastructure.  No police station anywhere near there should be interesting. 

Yeah, I’ve shopped at both the lake street cub foods and target, not the nicest area before the looting and fires, can only imagine now.

 

 

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