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Deadly Nuts


Columbus, Ohio (via Toledo)

MEMBER SINCE   April 02, 2013

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Title Game
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Joey Bosa
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: D'Angelo Russell
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA/Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Jun 2020

So racism at his high school is not bad enough for him to sit out this past year? But next year he wants to sit out? Did racism at his school get worse after the football season when everybody was sent home for COVID? Easier to sit out after you got that free education. Talk about privilege.

Comment 24 May 2020

I wouldn't expect someone like you to check them all, clearly you don't have an interest in reading, or anything to do with using your brain to come to your own conclusions. In fact, that first link goes to a sheet that lists many studies. Do those not count or are you just too dumb to gather anything from them? I suspect the latter.

Like I said, the point of the "tabloids", which aren't that, they're legitimate news sites, no matter if you try to dwindle them down, is to basically take the important information from a study and lay it out to make it easier for the reader. Funny enough, the least sensationalized of those sources happens to be the one from the Sinclair Fox affiliate in Nashville. Either way, it's not hard to go find the research behind these articles, in most cases all you have to do is scroll to the bottom. I'm sorry for trying to made comprehension easier for idiots like yourself.

Comment 22 May 2020

What would you like proof of? There numerous studies and figures showing a very low death rate compared to the 6% figure being thrown around.

Here's an article about a recent study by JP Morgan that brings into question the effectiveness in lockdowns in the first place.

There is zero evidence anywhere that has shown lockdowns have been effective against the spread of this disease. Look at New York, lockdowns may even be hurting. They're encouraging people to stay inside, that's counter-intuitive.

Suicide hotlines are pretty hot right now

Millions have lost their jobs, a lot wont be getting those back: An analysis that shows up to 42% may be gone for good (this is a predictive analysis, so take it with a grain of salt, but there is no doubt some of these jobs won't be coming back for quite some time)

Numbers are what matter, not what some epidemiologist thinks. Scientists and doctors are wrong a lot, and they screw up a lot. That's why medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in this country.

If I could sum up my view on this situation quickly it would be that in the face of a global pandemic, resorting to unproven and authoritarian tactics should not be the default. We look at all the problems this lockdown will cause: millions of jobs and livelihoods lost, suicides up, people can't get their cancer screenings, kids aren't getting their required vaccinations, kids aren't at school, heart attacks patients are scared to go to the hospital, stroke patients can't get therapy, and some of our governors have the gull to think we're mad that we can't get a haircut, it's absolutely enraging and dwindles the problem down to something that it's not even about.