Which is exactly what our numbers on COVID-19 are at this point. For all we know, there are 800 million people who have already had it and have gotten better because they had mild symptoms. And primarily the people that are dying so far also have had previous pulmonary issues and/or other health problems. Additionally, there are many viruses for which we don't have vaccines that kill infants, the elderly, and people with underlying health conditions every year.
Look, I'm not saying that I know with certainty that this won't turn into a major health problem, just as literally no one else can say that it will. I am saying that this is more likely to end up like SARS, or MERS, or Ebola, or Swine Flu (should I continue?) than it is to become the next plague.
No one was happier with Coach Coomb's return than me (except for maybe him). I love that he's back, but I feel the need to temper my optimism a bit with this year's DBs, at least at the beginning of the season. Replacing 3 high-quality starters is never easy, but again, I think we have the right man for the job.
And the Nike boycott continues...
You're right (and I can't fathom the DVs). On one particular play against Clemson, he was way out of position and Etienne raced away from him on his way to a TD.
And "thanks" to cell phones and social media, we can ALL be rappers!!
Yep AMC is the one reason I'm unhappy about Hulu, but with baseball season starting and hockey season wrapping up, I couldn't live without FS Ohio.
I went back to Hulu Live a few months back when they added local ABC. I really liked YouTubeTV, but I'm glad I'm not going to feel the sting.