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Southwest Florida (via Columbus, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   January 12, 2012


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Holy Buckeye!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George, JK Dobbins, Joe Germaine, Justin Fields, Troy Smith
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jon Diebler, Greg Oden, Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Redlegs
  • SOCCER TEAM: really?

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Apr 2020

WIth this lineup, guaranteed TD without even throwing the ball:

Corey Smith                                                                                   Evan Spencer 

       John Frank, Pace, Lachey, Mangold, Stringer, Decker, Dudley


                      Eddie   Archie

Comment 04 Apr 2020

I'm not sure why the division (as evidenced by downvotes) on this thread. He's saying American Ingenuity and Strength will win quickly, and amaze the world like it always has during times of crisis. What's wrong with what he said? He's proud to be an American, like I hope every single one of you are.

Comment 01 Apr 2020

Wargor: I agree, I am a numbers cruncher, and to be honest, some of the simulations I've run for NY and NJ are really bad. NY and NJ are finished, don't hold me to this one, but the # of deaths is 149540 and 52253 respectively.

I don't think it will be anywhere near that number, but that's what the data spit out. I need to break them down by region, and that might take more time then I want to put into it. That is based on current trends in NY metro, and they are trending up. Most states are trending down, so it is still too vague to be accurate.

I don't have my info with me, but before NY metro took off my best case scenario early on, was 4800-7200, worst case was around 60k-70k.  It is a static number, but I will go back to my original post on it, just to see how bad it was using other countries numbers to get predictions here in the US. OK I promised no more charting, now I promise no more answering on this mini thread. We are seriously off topic.

Comment 31 Mar 2020

I wasn't being serious either. I was joking, hence the italics, then no italics. I've been here a long time like you.


Comment 31 Mar 2020

John: Snarkiness is a sign of Covid19. You should probably get that checked out. Yes, you're right. it is so easy to get off track sometime. This is one of times I wish I could delete my top thread. Gave you an upvote. Hope you're doing well!

Comment 31 Mar 2020

I build my own stats. NY and NJ are really really bad. In fact, I am probably going to start doing my stats without those 2 states, and do those separate. As you know NY Metro is unlike anywhere else in the US. I'll assume you've been there, so you know public transportation, and the most dense population in the US are mitigating factors for them being so bad. Let me see if I can import one of my charts that I used yesterday. The goal is obviously 0% COVID Positive tests, so going down is good, going up is bad. Most states have leveled off or going down, NY, NJ, and a few others haven't. This is why I create my own spreadsheets and use the percentage of postive test (for now) as a benchmark. These charts below aren't googled, because I prefer to see percentages of the positive tests, and google (as you say) info is more concerned with the cumulation of positives, which do nothing but create panic.

Comment 31 Mar 2020

I just needed to say something because I'm lonely because of stay at home order, not because I'm mean lol. I'm the nicest guy ever. I made this earlier today.

Comment 31 Mar 2020

Not hundreds of thousands, actually as of 3/31/2020 at 5:15EST, worldwide that number is actually 41,982.

Let's put this in perspective: This year, in the US, 8272 have died in car crashes, 1820 veterans have committed suicide, 4004 people have been murdered, and 3758 have died with Covid19.

According to the CDC, "This season CDC estimates that, as of mid-March, between 29,000 and 59,000 have died due to influenza illnesses."

Who's to say that people who are dying of the flu, don't just happen to have Covid19?

We have too many other problems in the US,  so please refrain from inflating numbers irresponsibly.


Comment 30 Mar 2020

good point, I didn't realize they finished #1.

Comment 28 Mar 2020

ESPN has Henderson #1, Wheaton 3 (Shipley 2). Expect that to change now that Henderson chose OSU.

Comment 25 Mar 2020

CALPOPPY: AB+ is the unversal receiver, we can receive from any blood type, but can only give to AB+. This is why many people refer to it as royalty blood. Now, the best part of AB+, and many people don't know this (but you do now), is AB+ can give plasma to any blood type. This is why we are treated like celebrities when we give blood.

Welcome to the club, even if you aren't a pure blood lol. You're basically Blade, I'm this guy...