No real body aches or chills today. Hopefully I’m over the hump. It’s been a week.
Agree, go recruit one.
That is actually a very encouraging figure. Less than 5% of tested are confirmed cases.
Oh that picture, how fitting for the current times.
JJB .. Turn that man loose.
Thank goodness kids seem resilient to this virus. I haven’t hugged my daughter in over a week and we are being careful, but it’s almost impossible not to cross contaminate in the same house.
Same symptoms here, GF3. Body aches, chills and possibly low grade fevers for about a week now. No respiratory issues at all. Ibuprofen has been my best friend and almost always gets me back feeling pretty normal.
Another comment, we all can look at all the data we want. When we are testing only very limited amounts of people, or hardly at all like here in Sweden, those numbers mean diddly. These numbers are probably only 10% of the cases.
Well, they wouldn’t test me. The doctor wouldn’t even touch me, not even to take my temperature. Quite bizarre. I feel like a leper. I did get some nice cream for the rash, though.
Tell Lettermen Row to hurry it up with that video.
Not if I find you first.
Are you sick yet?
Or just setting up a man cave?
We finally went to digital distance learning last Thursday. Sweden is taking way too long on schools and ours made its own call by doing so. They’re still asking teachers to come in every day, which is absolutely ridiculous in that everything can be done online and they’re unnecessarily exposing people.
That’s why I wouldn’t trust the curves above flattening. Tests and becoming so restrictive, there are likely many more cases than being tested and recorded, especially vs a month ago.
I’m fighting it off right now. Shit’s not gonna get me. Now if I pass it to my wife and daughter, I’m gonna be pissed.
Will do. They’re very restrictive on testing here. You need to be in really bad shape and usually with a respiratory issue. I’ve had some strange allergic type rashes on a small area outside my eyes so I’m using that to get in and hopefully can get tested. I have a wife and daughter here at home and it’s just us. And I work in a school where other people could be exposed. Hopefully I can convince them to test me.
Have had body aches and some chills since last Thursday. Ibuprofen helps me feel normal again. No respiratory issues, but I think I might have it. Looks like I am going to scheduled to go see a Dr tomorrow, so hopefully they will test me.
Ryan Day doesn’t miss.
Regardless, loved his 2 minute ride in the 2nd. What this program has been missing.
Any criticism just would like to see him not cut Lee loose so soon. Well done, though Luke!
They booed when Luke was being interviewed too. Typical class by Piss U. They must have missed the 5 straight push outs prior to that by Lee.
Correct. Sending more is just more opportunities for points.
My distaste for the Moving Screen University program and crybaby Tom Izzo has really hit a peak the last few years.
It’s merely the opportunity (or a better opportunity for 10 vs 8) to score points in the NCAA. You get no points in the NCAA for qualifying, you have to win matches. And you have to win more than 1 to start scoring more significant points. We qualified 10 the past few years and we had a few guys that contributed very little from a points perspective.
3rd at the NCAA would be a really nice accomplishment for this team. Iowa is just so deep and PSU goods are really good, and they always score massive bonus points.
Awesome job by Smith, Romero, Jordan, and Traub to fight through the wrestlebacks and still be alive for 3rd.
We have 3 in the finals, and Iowa has 4 and PSU has 5. Iowa still has several in it for 3rd, as well. If Moore holds, Nebraska is likely done scoring the big points.
Very much a long shot, but we would need Pletcher (vs PSU) and Sasso to both win (vs Iowa), along with Moore, PSU and Iowa to split their 165 and 174 finals matches, and likely some other things to happen.
Still, nice effort by our squad. Unfortunate that Cleary stay in it after a great start, but nice to see Heinselman still battling.