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Bukirob


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Comment 4 hours ago

What we ALL get is how much of  a TOOL you are.  What a selfish, self absorbed ARSE-HAT you are.  Only world class fook tools like you think like this.  Hey dumb arse you realize that 90%+ of collegiate athletes are NOT in high profile potentially professional careers In sports... of course you don't because you are a world class dumb arse.  You do realize that these incredible kids live, breath and agonize over their very few limited years of competitive athletics  Oh, that's right you don't know shit because you talk out of your ARSE.  YOu are so FOOKING self absord that you consider yourself a self imposed expert.  CHOKE ON A PICKEL pal.  Me and tons of other parents think that a season cut short IS NOT A SEASON.  My son lost both winter AND SPRING track... so how about you do us all a favor AND SHUT YOUR IGNORANT PIE HOLE UP YOU MORON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Comment 19 Mar 2020

Just a guess here, but I wouldn't at all be surprised if the NCAA doesn't make changes to when Fall Camp can start.  I think Im right but Spring allowed for 15 practices those can be simply added to the Fall camp.  Perhaps they could start in July as opposed to starting in August.  The NCAA could mandate that there be a 10 rest between the 12 or so remaining/unused spring practices.

Comment 18 Mar 2020

2018 at Half time, IU was beating UM 17-15  2017 UM won in OT 27-20, 2016 IU led at the half 7-3  Led the game 10-6 with 4 mins left in the 3rd took the lead 13-10 and scored with 29 seconds left in the game to make it appear to be a bigger MOV than it actually was.   The year before that, it was 48-41 in OT    

Recent history shows that UM is RIPE for an upset and IU has given UM all they can handle.  Again if the QB is health, this is a veteran IU team that BELIEVES what Tom Allen is selling.  If there is a season for this to happen, its this season.  Will they?  Who knows but 4 straight years IU has been within 1 play of winning what has been missing is defense and Tom Allen is a defensive coach and they finally have players with experience.

Comment 17 Mar 2020

In my humble opinion for the safety of players and for what spring does for YOUNG players, the NCAA should add back those 15 practices to start right before the beginning of Fall camp with perhaps a 10 day break between the 2.    If Fall camp starts Aug 1 you could conduct "spring camp" say ~June 10 with it ending (no spring game) June 28 with all of the associated days off contact limitations etc.  Then commence fall camp on August 3

Comment 13 Mar 2020

DO SOME RESEARCH! 

Combs age group has a 1.3% risk rate, LJ a 3.6%   If you are healthy you are not at risk

81% of the confirmed cases either showed NO SYMPTOMS or was mild. 14% of the cases can be problematic with 5% being critical or fatal.  

 https://theconversation.com/coronavirus-ten-reasons-why-you-ought-not-to-panic-132941?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=bylinefacebookbutton&fbclid=IwAR1__S8ORWWeZKRuiIbGjbPQ3eAW90wy-r0Ie_HIV7irwewgDJs2P88MAcA

Comment 13 Mar 2020

No you don't get it.   This is the equivalent of shutting down the economy over the flu and your NUMBERS ARE FLAT OUT WRONG.  The MEAN incubation is 5.2 days.https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/coronavirus-incubation-period/

There is currently 0 evidence that a healthy person is going to "be changed for life"

Ive said this now 3 times in this thread and you clearly are not paying attention.  From October 1, 2019 - Feb 1,, 2020 over 12,000 CONFIRMED Flu deaths.  According to the CDC that number is likely double that because of how elderly people are classified when it comes to death.  If Joe had advanced stage cardiovascular disease and he actually dies from the flu they will usually cite the underlying disease as cause of death.   

Last time I checked 12,000 (over a short 5 months) is MUCH more than 5100 (current WORLDWIDE tally) and it is DAMN sure more than the 41 deaths thus far here in the US

Comment 13 Mar 2020

Apparently you haven't!  85% of all cases in Italy are in the Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna regions in Northern Italy. 92% of all deaths are from here in Italy.  

The average age of coronavirus patients who have died because of the virus in Italy is 81, according to the National Health Institute. Italy, which has one the world’s oldest populations, could be facing a higher mortality rate as a result of its above-average elderly population. “Italy is the oldest country in the oldest continent in the world,” says Lorenzo Casani, the health director of a clinic for elderly people in Lombardy told TIME. “We have a lot of people over 65.”

So, once again we don't see ANYTHING that suggests that this isn't any different than anywhere else thus far, primarily a potentially serious health concern for those who are OVER 80.  The same group of people who need to be aware of being killed by the common flu.

Is more deadly to people in good health, with no underlying medical concerns who are under the age of 80?  Not really.  

Like I said, there are already people who are carrying it and are showing no symptoms and NEVER WILL

Comment 13 Mar 2020

That horse left the barn a LONG time ago.  The OGS announced today that they think CONSERVATIVELY over 1% of the OHIO population already is walking around infected.  The math says at 11 million ppl in Ohio that over 100K already have it MANY wont really ever even show symptoms, some will mistake it for just a cold and a TINY portion of the population will get sick from it. Currently in the USA 5.5 ppl out of 1 million get it.

Again, you are making a MOUNTAIN out of a molehill.  Parents get sick... okay do the math a 20 year old has parents that in their 40's for the vast majority.  If you actually knew what the mortality rate was you wouldn't care.  Anyone 40-49 has a .4% chance of it being fatal.  From October 1, 2019 to Feb. 1, 2020 over 12,000 people (probably more because of how elderly deaths are counted) died of the COMMON FLU  that is nearly 3 times the WORLD WIDE deaths from coronavirus.

Should we be taking precautions? Sure.  SHOULD WE BE WRECKING THE ECONOMY over this ? ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!

Comment 13 Mar 2020

UTTERLY STUPID.  The rate of mortality for those under 40 IS THE SAME AS IT IS FOR THE COMMON FLU.

This is very, very, very overblown.

Last time I checked, we don't stop life over the flu.

HEAD OF THE CDC openly said TODAY that this virus is primarily dangerous for those 80+

Comment 12 Mar 2020

So?  Being tested doesn't mean sh*t when it comes to treating it.  You do realize that there is a DIRECT correlation between the quality of healthcare and this virus right??  Frankly, I honestly think the Chinese unleashed this on their own people.  But that is my speculation

S Korea currently has (as of this morning) 7869 cases of it. 66 reported deaths   IN fact, the world wide current death total is 4.964 of which 3,169 occurred in China.  66 US citizens have died from this... that PALES in comparison to the OVER 12,000 people who have died, HERE IN THE USA, as a result of the COMMON FLU (Oct 1, 2019-Feb 1,2020)

The mortality rate for those under 40 is .2%  that's right 2 tenths of 1% and we are bring the economy to a grinding halt. ITS ABSURD and its an irrational panic

Comment 12 Mar 2020

You're giving a worse take.  If you are UNDER 40 the mortality rate of coronavirus is < .2% 

An Athlete IF they get it is NOT going to kill them.  A person in peak physical condition.  Over and over the data is making very clear that the vast majorities of fatalities fall in to either serious existing underlying medical condition (heart disease, diabetes, cancer etc.) or people over 80 or BOTH.

Of the 4964 deaths OVER 3,100 of them  occurred in China.

It is HYSTERICAL to me that people are acting like this is the plague when in fact for those under 40 its impact is little more than what the common flu does.

From Oct.1, 2019 - Feb 1, 2020 OVER 12,000 Americans have dies from the common flu and you all acting like this is a virus that is just super deadly  this is an absurd panic, over reaction 

Comment 12 Mar 2020

Absurd take.  China's health care system is hot trash.  You clearly have not done ANY reading on this.   Of the CURRENT (as of this morning) 4951 deaths, 3169 were in China.  Of those, the vast majority were in the Wuhan province which is essentially a back water district (in terms of infrastructure like HC)  

This whole thing is so over blown that its absurd.  For anyone under 50 the estimated mortality rate world wide is LESS .5% or basically like they are for the flu  UNDER 70 its a whopping 3.6% IF YOU CATCH it.

This virus is killing people (certainly not exclusively by clearly in the vast majority) who are 80+ and those with underlying serious medical issues.  https://www.worldometers.info/cronavirus/coronavirus-age-sex-demographics/

From Oct 1, 2019 through February 1, 2020  over 12,000 Americans have died and according to the CDC that number may be as high as 30,000  

https://www.health.com/condition/cold-flu-sinus/how-many-people-die-of-the-flu-every-year

To grind the economy to a complete halt like this is frankly, quite stupid.  Wash your hands REGULARLY and CORRECTLY and the odds are pretty good that you wont even get it.

Comment 12 Mar 2020

Only those who  have not bothered to read the CDC reports and WHO reports hold such a view.  This is a MASSIVE over reaction.  As of this morning 4752 world wide have died, 3,169 have died in China.  China's healthcare system is not by any stretch world class.  Of those 3169 about 80% are from the Wuhan province which is definitely not the shining example of China's best foot-forward as an example of how communism is "working."

If you look at countries with exceptional healthcare systems what you see is that not a lot of people are dying in those countries.  2505 cases in Germany 5 deaths, Switzerland, 876 with 6 deaths, USA has 1380 cases with 38 deaths.  The data shows CLEARLY that people with compromised immune systems and who are elderly are at risk.  When I looked at the data yesterday it showed that people between 60-69 had a 4.3% chance of dying   https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/coronavirus-age-sex-demographics/   today with more data it shows a 3.6% chance of mortality.  If you are 80+ you still only have a ~15% chance of mortality.

Anyone under 50 has the same risk of dying from the common flu.

this is an ABSURD over reaction

Comment 11 Mar 2020

If Italy cant handle 10,000 cases then their healthcare system is PURE TRASH.  Good lord people, An estimated 80,000 Americans died of flu and its complications last winter, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.   80,000 is >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>31 and at just over 4400 deaths world wide is just shy of 20 times more deaths.

Its is really IDIOTIC that people have let the idiot box turn this into something its NOT

Comment 11 Mar 2020

So what if you have to go out in public?  You CLEARLY have not done any reading on this topic by the WHO or CDC.  If you are under the age of 70 assuming you even get it, the mortality rate is anywhere from .2% (anyone under 40) (AKA COMMON FLU) to 4.3% (age 60-69) 

If you do not have a serious underlying medical condition the odds of this killing a health person are dominium's... those are the FACTS wither you like them or not  and with that YOU can stuff it up yours.  

Comment 11 Mar 2020

That is HIGHLY misleading.

People under the age 50-59 have LESS than a 4% morbidity rate and among that 4% the VAST majority have an UNDERLYING medical condition that compromises their immune system.  For those under 50 that rate drops down to common flu numbers.

The people who die from this tend to be 80+ and have other medical issues.   

Doesn't mean a LOT of people wont get sick but when you compare the Actual rate of death to Sars, MERS and H1N1 this is a complete different MUCH less deadly thing.   Morbidity for SARS was 10%, MERS was 34%  H1N1 killed younger people and OBAMA didn't shut down the economy over it!   

The MSM has pumped this up to be basically the plague and IMO its utterly irresponsinble

Comment 11 Mar 2020

Its an absolutely ABSURD response.  Last year, over 30,000 people died from the common flu.  Not got sick, DIED.  This is such an overblown ABSOLUTELY REDICULOUS response to this.  People who are elderly AND have an underlying medical issue are who this kills.  WORLD WIDE the death rate for Coronavirus show that .less than 4% of those age 60-69 die from it.  For those age 50-59 1.3% world wide.  Since the US healthcare system is vastly superior to places like China, it stands to reason that the morbidity rate is lower than those posted numbers.

Current data shows that if you are 80+ years of age YOU ARE AT RISK if you catch this.  If you have an underlying medical condition like Diabetes, Heart Disease, High Blood pressure or respiratory disease it can be very deadly.  Those who are NOT in that group it is rarely deadly.

I find it absolutely ridiculous that we shutting down the economy when the normal, common flu kills tens of thousands of people and is MORE contagious than this is.  According to the CDC during the H1N1 outbreak, over 800,000 Americans were HOSPITALIZED and over 18,000 deaths occurred.

People are acting unhinged over something that WORLDWIDE doesn't even come close to what SARS, MERS and H1N1 COMBINED has done.

WHO is saying that by the end of THIS MONTH, that there will be NO new cases in Wuhan where the outbreak supposedly started.   

But grinding the economy to a halt over this is politically totally, and completely irresponsible.

Comment 10 Mar 2020

Quick:  How many people died in 2019 from the common flu in 2019....  According to the CDC there were 34200 deaths to common flu   Coronavirus deaths -- 22   Mortality rates of MERS 34%   SARS 10%  

He is 100% correct this is PURE BS    Today the WHO indicated that BEFORE the end of this month there would be 0 new cases in WUHAN.

MASSIVE over reaction

Comment 03 Mar 2020

Council approves the proposal in April, first-time transfers starting in the 2020 academic year would no longer have to endure the long-standing “year-in-residence” in their first season at their new school.

So, its a moot point now

Comment 29 Feb 2020

If you do some research what you see is that the VAST majority of the deaths that have occurred were in the provinces in china that frankly do not have the kind of health care infrastructure to deal with the virus.  Secondly, it really hammers people who are OLDER and are heavy smokers (typical of men in china and in south east Asia)   

America has had its 1st death from the virus but the lady in question was categorized as a "high risk" patent at the outset who had an underlying health condition.  

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Currently there are only 22 confirmed cases.  While there will surely be more cases it is rather (at least right now)  clear that the medical community is all over this.

To put this in perspective this is NOTHING compared to the Spanish flu epidemic 

Comment 21 Feb 2020

LOL  what evidence have you personally seen?  At a Grand Jury there is no cross examination, there is no defense witnesses, no defense testimony, no defense cross examination the bar for an indictment is very, very low.

OSU simply cant keep guys on the team who have been charged with this kind of crime in todays world.  The culture at OSU football is no violence against women.  I don't know if they are guilty or innocent AND NEITHER DO YOU.  I would guess that the odds are very low that they are being falsely charged.  That said OSU had a roster problem to begin with in terms of too many kids on the roster and when you get charged with FELONIES your gone.   And don't pretend that the roster doesn't play a role here because IT DOES.