Finally….A Lie With Legs

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Despite your fucking lies - it's important to note that the Communists want to MURDER their opponents, the way they Murdered Epstein.
Which communist murdered Jeff, Che or Mao?

Donald Trump has a bank account in China

"US President Donald Trump has an account with a Chinese bank, and has been trying to implement business in the country for several years, the New York Times revealed this Wednesday, October 21, quoted by the BBC.

"The account in question remains active at the Chinese bank and is controlled by Trump International Hotels Management, having paid local taxes between 2013 and 2015."
 

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1.“If something has legs, it means people have interest in it. This expression often describes a story, issue or scandal. If you are involved in a scandal that has legs, you will hear about it for a long time, which is unfortunate.”
Does This Story Have Legs? - VOA Learning English



2. Faced with an elected official who has America’s interest at heart, and the possible loss of their sinecures and paths for the unworthy to wealth, Trump had to be removed from the scene. Toward that end, one after another plot, ploy, scam and set of lies was employed by Democrat/Liberal/Deep State assembly. Perhaps you remember some of them:

First collusion, collusion, collusion failed …Russia, Russia, Russia failed….Obstruction, Obstruction, Obstruction failed….Racist, Racist, Racist failed…Impeach, Impeach, Impeach failed….Recession, Recession, Recession failed….Emoluments, …25th amendment, Stormy Daniels, lies about Charlottesville fine Nazis, Kurds, Ukraine, Quid Pro Quo, ‘lynching,’ the GAO charges, Lev Parnas, General Flynn perjury trap, one after another lead balloons.

Failed....all of 'em, but like a successful movie franchise, the believers couldn't wait for another one to be unvailed.

And one, finally, sent the poison dart home.




3. Give the Devil is due, as the so apt phrase goes…..a great deal of planning and coordination went into this one. How vast that coordination might be, let’s not forget that, unlike the previous three administrations, Trump’s was the first to stand in the way of Communist China’s plans for world domination. As we see in the story of the current aspirant to the presidency, and the proof of the Biden’s monetary arrangements with the Maoists, the coordination to end the Trump presidency might be an international one.

4. Although the wisest among us never fully bought the scandemic as a reality, it must be admitted that it worked like a charm with the less than observant. Even now, with the data proving that the Wuhan Red Death is an iteration of the seasonal flu…..the symptoms of both are identical….neck-and-knee benders are wearing their acquiescence around their mouths as the absurd and ineffective masks.

But….it is an accurate representation of their agreement never to speak disagreement with their masters.




5. Answer these queries and bumping into the truth is nearly unavoidable:

What are your chances of dying from the Chinavirus?

What is the reason for masks?

Why is the number trumpeted always ‘positive tests’ rather than mortality rates?

Why is the mortality rate attributed to the Wuhan the same as the number subtracted from the usual causes of death: heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia.

Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?



Of course.....if you attempt to answer the above, your Democrat masters will punish you.
To your Number 5. Sorry, the rest is all just your usual manure.

1) Who knows? It's a crapshoot. It's highly contagious and can wreak havoc...or it may do nothing to you. It's the unknown that makes it scary.
2) To slow down and maybe prevent the transmission of the virus. Because it's highly contagious. CDC has recommended masks. They do work. Something most of us have known for over six months.
3) Because you can get an idea of how, where, and to whom the virus spreads. Because it's highly contagious. You want mortality rate, go to Worldometer and there's this app on your puter called calc. Ingenious.
4) Irrelevant. None of these causes of death (to this point in our history) have 1) Threatened to overwhelm and collapse our healthcare system, 2) Taken a baseball bat to our economy and unemployment rate.
5) DNRs are pretty common in will and estate planning.

Ooooh...punishment. Didn't know it was THAT kind of thread. :)
IF you contract Wuhan, your statistical chance of death is 0.2%

Two out of a thousand will die.

Of course we know that is a false statistic - because the two who die will be over 75 and have serious comorbidity.

If you are 50 and healthy, your chance of dying from Wuhan is virtually zero.
Yeah, just a quick glance at today's stats and some quick math shows me that the mortality rate for the virus is running about 1.9% in the US.
Your observations are meaningless. There have been a lot of people under the age of 50 that have died from this. Some of them completely healthy.


False.


If you don't have the usual causes of death....heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia.


....your chances of dying from the Chinese virus are nil.


Zero.


And, of course, you admit it each time you dodge this question:

What are the symptoms of the Wuhan?
What are the symptoms of the seasonal flu?


You know the truth....but persist in being a Democrat.

Exactly the same about whether the election was stolen.
If you get the virus and die from the virus (even if you have one of these conditions), you've died from the virus and it should be counted that way.
If you didn't get the virus, you'd still be alive.
So your two questions are irrelevant...they're just a distraction. Something you're really good at.
I don't know anyone who's died of the seasonal flu.
 

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Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?
I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
I know 3 people who died from the flu - one of them killed by Barrack Obama (H1N1).

I know no one who died from Wuhan.
I guess you didn't know:

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27 JulyFrank A. Howard81Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (2008–2020)United States (Baton Rouge)[663]
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13 AprilDennis G. Peters82ElectrochemistUnited States (Bloomington)[309]
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25 JulySteve dePyssler101United States Air Force colonelUnited States (Bossier City)[656]
26 AprilEmilio Allué85Auxiliary bishop emeritus of BostonUnited States (Boston)[408]
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21 JulyDobby Dobson78Jamaican reggae singer and record producerUnited States (Florida)[653]
1 MayYu Lihua88Chinese-American writerUnited States (Gaithersburg)[432]
28 MayDavid Owen Brooks65Convicted murderer, accomplice to serial killer Dean CorllUnited States (Galveston)[525]
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29 MarchJoe Diffie61Country singerUnited States (Nashville)[127]
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6 AprilBrahm Kanchibhotla66Indian-American JournalistUnited States (Nassau County)[226]
24 AprilCarlos Ernesto Escobar Mejía57U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detaineeUnited States (National City)[398]
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14 AprilMargit Feldman90Holocaust survivorUnited States (New Jersey)[319]
1 AprilEllis Marsalis Jr.85Jazz pianistUnited States (New Orleans)[165]
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22 MarchMike Longo83Jazz pianistUnited States (New York City)[56]
23 MarchNashom Wooden50Drag queenUnited States (New York City)[70]
25 MarchMark Blum69ActorUnited States (New York City)[85]
26 MarchMichael Sorkin71Architect and criticUnited States (New York City)[98]
28 MarchWilliam Wolf94Film and theater criticUnited States (New York City)[123]
29 MarchBeryl Bernay94Journalist and children's television creatorUnited States (New York City)[124]
29 MarchMaria Mercader54Television news producer and journalistUnited States (New York City)[129]
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30 MarchLorena Borjas59Transgender and immigrant rights activistUnited States (New York City)[136]
30 MarchJames T. Goodrich73Professor of Neurosurgery at the Albert Einstein College of MedicineUnited States (New York City)[141]
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2 AprilAnick Jesdanun51Technology reporter and editor, first internet writer for the Associated PressUnited States (New York City)[178]
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3 AprilArlene Stringer-Cuevas86Member of the New York City Council (1976–1977)United States (New York City)[199]
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I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.
What were their underlying conditions?

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
No and no.
 

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….or…it’s difficult to lose every time.


1.“If something has legs, it means people have interest in it. This expression often describes a story, issue or scandal. If you are involved in a scandal that has legs, you will hear about it for a long time, which is unfortunate.”
Does This Story Have Legs? - VOA Learning English



2. Faced with an elected official who has America’s interest at heart, and the possible loss of their sinecures and paths for the unworthy to wealth, Trump had to be removed from the scene. Toward that end, one after another plot, ploy, scam and set of lies was employed by Democrat/Liberal/Deep State assembly. Perhaps you remember some of them:

First collusion, collusion, collusion failed …Russia, Russia, Russia failed….Obstruction, Obstruction, Obstruction failed….Racist, Racist, Racist failed…Impeach, Impeach, Impeach failed….Recession, Recession, Recession failed….Emoluments, …25th amendment, Stormy Daniels, lies about Charlottesville fine Nazis, Kurds, Ukraine, Quid Pro Quo, ‘lynching,’ the GAO charges, Lev Parnas, General Flynn perjury trap, one after another lead balloons.

Failed....all of 'em, but like a successful movie franchise, the believers couldn't wait for another one to be unvailed.

And one, finally, sent the poison dart home.




3. Give the Devil is due, as the so apt phrase goes…..a great deal of planning and coordination went into this one. How vast that coordination might be, let’s not forget that, unlike the previous three administrations, Trump’s was the first to stand in the way of Communist China’s plans for world domination. As we see in the story of the current aspirant to the presidency, and the proof of the Biden’s monetary arrangements with the Maoists, the coordination to end the Trump presidency might be an international one.

4. Although the wisest among us never fully bought the scandemic as a reality, it must be admitted that it worked like a charm with the less than observant. Even now, with the data proving that the Wuhan Red Death is an iteration of the seasonal flu…..the symptoms of both are identical….neck-and-knee benders are wearing their acquiescence around their mouths as the absurd and ineffective masks.

But….it is an accurate representation of their agreement never to speak disagreement with their masters.




5. Answer these queries and bumping into the truth is nearly unavoidable:

What are your chances of dying from the Chinavirus?

What is the reason for masks?

Why is the number trumpeted always ‘positive tests’ rather than mortality rates?

Why is the mortality rate attributed to the Wuhan the same as the number subtracted from the usual causes of death: heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia.

Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?



Of course.....if you attempt to answer the above, your Democrat masters will punish you.
To your Number 5. Sorry, the rest is all just your usual manure.

1) Who knows? It's a crapshoot. It's highly contagious and can wreak havoc...or it may do nothing to you. It's the unknown that makes it scary.
2) To slow down and maybe prevent the transmission of the virus. Because it's highly contagious. CDC has recommended masks. They do work. Something most of us have known for over six months.
3) Because you can get an idea of how, where, and to whom the virus spreads. Because it's highly contagious. You want mortality rate, go to Worldometer and there's this app on your puter called calc. Ingenious.
4) Irrelevant. None of these causes of death (to this point in our history) have 1) Threatened to overwhelm and collapse our healthcare system, 2) Taken a baseball bat to our economy and unemployment rate.
5) DNRs are pretty common in will and estate planning.

Ooooh...punishment. Didn't know it was THAT kind of thread. :)


“Study Finds 89% of Patients Who Died From COVID-19 Had a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order



Following the retraction of a Johns Hopkins study that showed overall deaths in the United States had not really increased with the COVID-19, researchers have produced another analysis that is interesting to note. In a retrospective study of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in New Jersey, 89% had a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order before admission.


What are the symptoms of the Wuhan Red Death?

What are the symptoms of the seasonal flu?



Take your time.
Why are these questions relevant? Not sure what you are driving at here.

Tell you what, let me make it simple for you because this was one point in your diatribe that was actually worth discussing.
How come every time infections and deaths from coronavirus are discussed, the number of other means of deaths is constantly brought up by people looking to minimalize
the effects of the virus? Have these other means of death ever in our history threatened to overwhelm our healthcare system or had an extremely adverse affect on our economy?

"Why are these questions relevant? Not sure what you are driving at here."


Of course you do.


. "The deniers first deceive themselves that they are sincere in their adherence to falsehoods. Thus they cannot be faulted for acting on genuinely held views. But in truth, they have cultivated an ignorance of the facts, what Thomas Aquinas called ignorantia affectata. An ignorance so useful that one protects it at all costs, in order to continue using it in one’s own self interest. This ignorance is not exculpatory, but inculpatory. Forgive them not, for they know full well what they do.' RICHARD BADALAMENTE
Then you need to spell it out because it isn't even coming across as a good conspiracy theory.
Even if these people had a DNR because they suffered from a pre existing condition, the fact
remains that if they had not gotten the virus...they'd still be alive.

It's definitely a conspiracy, but not a theory: it's a proven fact.


You admit it when you won't answer the question:

What are the symptoms of the Wuhan Red Death?

What are the symptoms of the seasonal flu?
Come to the point?.... :)
I know of no one that's ever died of the seasonal flu....and I know a bunch of people over the age of 70 who've gotten it.

Some 60,000 last year.



Just admit you are dedicated to whatever your masters tell you to be dedicated to.
Facts, reality, experience, history.....none have any bearing on what you will parrot of the propaganda.


Bet you're a government school grad, huh?
Nope. Paid my own way in private institution.....and I don't know of any government running a school...not here anyway.
You like parroting your false narratives and then deflecting the conversation when you get called out on it.
Something that, lets' say...a Russian troll bot would do. :)
 

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My personal favorite was when the media swore WWIII had started when Solemani was killed. Then they just dropped the story and never talked about it again.

So many feckless morons out there to absorb the media lies.
I remember Democrats here hoping Iran would nuke Israel saying that would fix the world's problems for 2000 years.
 
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Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?
I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
I know 3 people who died from the flu - one of them killed by Barrack Obama (H1N1).

I know no one who died from Wuhan.


Biden named Ron Klain as his chief of staff.
The guy was in the Obama White House, and said this about Obama's work on the H1N1: "We did every possible thing wrong."

 

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Such dumb fucks....Trump started ZERO wars.


DERP DERP DERP DERP
 

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Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?
I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
I know 3 people who died from the flu - one of them killed by Barrack Obama (H1N1).

I know no one who died from Wuhan.
I guess you didn't know:

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28 MarchPearson Jordan69Olympic SprinterUnited States[119]
14 AprilHelen Damico89Scholar of Old English literatureUnited States[316]
5 MayBrian Axsmith57Paleobotanist and ecology professorUnited States[456]
5 OctoberDavid Andahl55Politician (candidate for the North Dakota House of Representatives)United States[802]
14 OctoberFred Dean68Hall of Fame American football playerUnited States[815][816]
15 OctoberWarren Mitchell87College basketball player and coachUnited States[819]
3 NovemberIrvin Baxter Jr.75American Pentecostal preacherUnited States[870]
5 AprilLee Fierro91ActressUnited States (Akron)[219]
12 MayMorris Hood III54Member of the Michigan Senate (2010–2018) and Michigan House of Representatives (2002–2008)United States (Ann Arbor)[484]
16 JulyPatrick Ellis77Radio personalityUnited States (Annapolis)[636]
28 MayRobert M. Laughlin85Anthropologist and linguist. Preserver of the Tzotzil languageUnited States (Arlington)[527]
27 AugustWilliam Neikirk82JournalistUnited States (Arlington)[723]
26 NovemberGeorge H. Carley82Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia (1993–2012)United States (Atlanta)[945]
27 JulyFrank A. Howard81Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (2008–2020)United States (Baton Rouge)[663]
27 MarchMichael McKinnell84ArchitectUnited States (Beverly)[110]
13 AprilDennis G. Peters82ElectrochemistUnited States (Bloomington)[309]
27 JulyFelicia F. Campbell89Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Las VegasUnited States (Blue Diamond, Nevada)[660][661]
25 JulySteve dePyssler101United States Air Force colonelUnited States (Bossier City)[656]
26 AprilEmilio Allué85Auxiliary bishop emeritus of BostonUnited States (Boston)[408]
27 MayNicholas Rinaldi86Poet and novelistUnited States (Bridgeport)[524]
24 MarchRomi Cohn91Czechoslovakian-born rabbi and real estate developerUnited States (Brooklyn)[73]
15 AprilJohn Pfahl81PhotographerUnited States (Buffalo)[333]
3 JulyScott Erskine57Serial killerUnited States (California)[599]
31 AugustTom Seaver75Hall of Fame baseball playerUnited States (Calistoga)[730]
14 NovemberLindy McDaniel84Baseball playerUnited States (Carrollton)[906]
2 NovemberRoy Edwards66Member of the Wyoming House of Representatives (since 2015)United States (Casper)[866]
2 AugustTootie Robbins62American football playerUnited States (Chandler)[677]
25 MayMarv Luster82American CFL playerUnited States (Charlotte)[521]
28 AprilDavid Boe84OrganistUnited States (Chicago)[421]
13 MayRiad Ismat72Minister of Culture of Syria (2010–2012)United States (Chicago)[489]
7 JuneLynika Strozier35BiologistUnited States (Chicago)[546]
17 AugustChaim Dov Keller90Haredi rabbiUnited States (Chicago)[711]
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1 AprilKevin Duffy87Judge for the U.S. District Court for Southern New York (1972–1998)United States (Greenwich)[162]
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14 JulyStephen Susman79AttorneyUnited States (Houston)[634]
1 AprilDavid Driskell88Visual artist and academicUnited States (Hyattsville)[161]
20 MayDenis Farkasfalvy83Hungarian-born Cistercian abbot and theologianUnited States (Irving)[511]
31 JulyBill Mack88Singer, songwriter, and radio hostUnited States (Irving)[670][671]
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27 AprilRabbi Yehudah Jacobs80–89Mashgiach ruchani at Beth Medrash GovohaUnited States (Lakewood Township)[414]
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8 MayRoy Horn75Member of Siegfried & Roy, stage magician and lion tamerUnited States (Las Vegas)[471]
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15 AprilAllen Daviau77Cinematographer (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Color Purple, Empire of the Sun)United States (Los Angeles)[327]
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17 JuneTrần Ngọc Châu96Vietnamese soldier and politicianUnited States (Los Angeles)[569]
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26 SeptemberJay Johnstone74Baseball player and commentatorUnited States (Los Angeles)[788]
3 AprilArnold Demain92Professor of Industrial Microbiology at the Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States (Madison)[189]
2 MayMeyer Rubin96GeologistUnited States (Manassas)[445]
13 NovemberJim Pace59Racing driverUnited States (Memphis)[902]
8 AugustBernard Fils-Aimé67Entrepreneur and activistUnited States (Miami)[690]
5 NovemberGordon Van Wylen100Physicist and academic administrator, President of Hope College (1972–1987)United States (Michigan)[876]
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30 OctoberRick Baldwin67Baseball playerUnited States (Modesto)[860]
25 MarchFloyd Cardoz59Chef and television personalityUnited States (Montclair)[86]
9 SeptemberHenrietta Boggs102First Lady of Costa Rica (1948–1949)United States (Montgomery)[748]
29 NovemberBen Bova88Science fiction writerUnited States (Naples)[958]
29 MarchJoe Diffie61Country singerUnited States (Nashville)[127]
7 AprilJohn Prine73Singer and songwriterUnited States (Nashville)[247]
3 SeptemberBill Pursell94ComposerUnited States (Nashville)[736]
6 AprilBrahm Kanchibhotla66Indian-American JournalistUnited States (Nassau County)[226]
24 AprilCarlos Ernesto Escobar Mejía57U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detaineeUnited States (National City)[398]
19 AprilSteve Dalkowski80Baseball playerUnited States (New Britain)[366]
11 AprilJohn Horton Conway82MathematicianUnited States (New Brunswick)[283]
14 AprilMargit Feldman90Holocaust survivorUnited States (New Jersey)[319]
1 AprilEllis Marsalis Jr.85Jazz pianistUnited States (New Orleans)[165]
4 AprilTom Dempsey73American football playerUnited States (New Orleans)[204]
22 MarchMike Longo83Jazz pianistUnited States (New York City)[56]
23 MarchNashom Wooden50Drag queenUnited States (New York City)[70]
25 MarchMark Blum69ActorUnited States (New York City)[85]
26 MarchMichael Sorkin71Architect and criticUnited States (New York City)[98]
28 MarchWilliam Wolf94Film and theater criticUnited States (New York City)[123]
29 MarchBeryl Bernay94Journalist and children's television creatorUnited States (New York City)[124]
29 MarchMaria Mercader54Television news producer and journalistUnited States (New York City)[129]
29 MarchAlan Merrill69Lead singer of Arrows and songwriterUnited States (New York City)[130]
30 MarchLorena Borjas59Transgender and immigrant rights activistUnited States (New York City)[136]
30 MarchJames T. Goodrich73Professor of Neurosurgery at the Albert Einstein College of MedicineUnited States (New York City)[141]
30 MarchWilhelm Burmann80Ballet master and teacherUnited States (New York City)[147]
31 MarchCristina Monet-Palaci64MusicianUnited States (New York City)[155]
2 AprilPatricia Bosworth86Actress and authorUnited States (New York City)[172]
2 AprilAnick Jesdanun51Technology reporter and editor, first internet writer for the Associated PressUnited States (New York City)[178]
2 AprilAaron Rubashkin92BusinessmanUnited States (New York City)[183]
3 AprilArlene Stringer-Cuevas86Member of the New York City Council (1976–1977)United States (New York City)[199]
4 AprilKen Farnum89Barbadian-born Jamaican Olympic cyclistUnited States (New York City)[206]
4 AprilLila Fenwick87Chief of the United Nations Human Rights CouncilUnited States (New York City)[207]
4 AprilMuhammad Sirajul Islam77Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1973–1982)United States (New York City)[210]
4 AprilOlan Montgomery56Actor and artistUnited States (New York City)[211]
6 AprilHelène Aylon89Ecofeminist artistUnited States (New York City)[223]
6 AprilAdlin Mair-Clarke78Olympic sprinter and hurdlerUnited States (New York City)[228]
7 AprilLeib Groner88Chabad-Lubavitch RabbiUnited States (New York City)[240]
7 AprilYaakov Perlow89Hasidic rabbiUnited States (New York City)[246]
7 AprilHal Willner64Music producerUnited States (New York City)[252]
8 AprilLeila Benitez-McCollum89Filipino-American television and radio hostUnited States (New York City)[253]
10 AprilCeybil Jefferies57–58House and R&B vocalistUnited States (New York City)[274]
11 AprilStanley Chera77Real estate executiveUnited States (New York City)[282]
11 AprilWynn Handman97Artistic directorUnited States (New York City)[284]
12 AprilJoel M. Reed86Filmmaker and screenwriterUnited States (New York City)[295]
13 AprilGil Bailey84Jamaican radio broadcasterUnited States (New York City)[302]
13 AprilBenjamin Levin93Lithuanian-born Israeli partisan and Holocaust survivorUnited States (New York City)[307]
15 AprilHenry Grimes84Jazz bassistUnited States (New York City)[328]
15 AprilMilena Jelinek84ScreenwriterUnited States (New York City)[331]
15 AprilLee Konitz92Jazz composer and alto saxophonistUnited States (New York City)[332]
16 AprilHenry Miller89Lawyer and juristUnited States (New York City)[341]
17 AprilGiuseppi Logan84Jazz musicianUnited States (New York City)[348]
17 AprilIris Love86Archaeologist and dog breederUnited States (New York City)[350]
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19 AprilNoach Dear66Justice of the New York Supreme Court (since 2015)United States (New York City)[367]
21 AprilPhilip Foglia69Lawyer, civic activist and advocate for Italian American rights issuesUnited States (New York City)[382]
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27 AprilJames Mahoney62Pulmonologist and internistUnited States (New York City)[415]
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31 MarchWallace Roney59Jazz trumpeterUnited States (Paterson)[157]
14 AprilElla King Russell Torrey94Human rights activist and aide to Eleanor RooseveltUnited States (Philadelphia)[324]
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6 SeptemberSterling Magee84Blues musician known as "Mister Satan", part of the duo Satan and AdamUnited States (Pinellas Park)[744]
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Can you list the people Obama killed with drone strikes?
 

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When you hear the bogus "250,000 dead from the Wuhan," remember that the CDC said only 6% of those were the Wuhan.
No, 94% of coronavirus deaths were not actually caused by something else, you are either confused, repeating a lie, or lying.

The CDC's 6% COVID-19 Deaths Stat Is Causing Confusion on Social Media—Here Are the Facts
 
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….or…it’s difficult to lose every time.


1.“If something has legs, it means people have interest in it. This expression often describes a story, issue or scandal. If you are involved in a scandal that has legs, you will hear about it for a long time, which is unfortunate.”
Does This Story Have Legs? - VOA Learning English



2. Faced with an elected official who has America’s interest at heart, and the possible loss of their sinecures and paths for the unworthy to wealth, Trump had to be removed from the scene. Toward that end, one after another plot, ploy, scam and set of lies was employed by Democrat/Liberal/Deep State assembly. Perhaps you remember some of them:

First collusion, collusion, collusion failed …Russia, Russia, Russia failed….Obstruction, Obstruction, Obstruction failed….Racist, Racist, Racist failed…Impeach, Impeach, Impeach failed….Recession, Recession, Recession failed….Emoluments, …25th amendment, Stormy Daniels, lies about Charlottesville fine Nazis, Kurds, Ukraine, Quid Pro Quo, ‘lynching,’ the GAO charges, Lev Parnas, General Flynn perjury trap, one after another lead balloons.

Failed....all of 'em, but like a successful movie franchise, the believers couldn't wait for another one to be unvailed.

And one, finally, sent the poison dart home.




3. Give the Devil is due, as the so apt phrase goes…..a great deal of planning and coordination went into this one. How vast that coordination might be, let’s not forget that, unlike the previous three administrations, Trump’s was the first to stand in the way of Communist China’s plans for world domination. As we see in the story of the current aspirant to the presidency, and the proof of the Biden’s monetary arrangements with the Maoists, the coordination to end the Trump presidency might be an international one.

4. Although the wisest among us never fully bought the scandemic as a reality, it must be admitted that it worked like a charm with the less than observant. Even now, with the data proving that the Wuhan Red Death is an iteration of the seasonal flu…..the symptoms of both are identical….neck-and-knee benders are wearing their acquiescence around their mouths as the absurd and ineffective masks.

But….it is an accurate representation of their agreement never to speak disagreement with their masters.




5. Answer these queries and bumping into the truth is nearly unavoidable:

What are your chances of dying from the Chinavirus?

What is the reason for masks?

Why is the number trumpeted always ‘positive tests’ rather than mortality rates?

Why is the mortality rate attributed to the Wuhan the same as the number subtracted from the usual causes of death: heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia.

Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?



Of course.....if you attempt to answer the above, your Democrat masters will punish you.
To your Number 5. Sorry, the rest is all just your usual manure.

1) Who knows? It's a crapshoot. It's highly contagious and can wreak havoc...or it may do nothing to you. It's the unknown that makes it scary.
2) To slow down and maybe prevent the transmission of the virus. Because it's highly contagious. CDC has recommended masks. They do work. Something most of us have known for over six months.
3) Because you can get an idea of how, where, and to whom the virus spreads. Because it's highly contagious. You want mortality rate, go to Worldometer and there's this app on your puter called calc. Ingenious.
4) Irrelevant. None of these causes of death (to this point in our history) have 1) Threatened to overwhelm and collapse our healthcare system, 2) Taken a baseball bat to our economy and unemployment rate.
5) DNRs are pretty common in will and estate planning.

Ooooh...punishment. Didn't know it was THAT kind of thread. :)
IF you contract Wuhan, your statistical chance of death is 0.2%

Two out of a thousand will die.

Of course we know that is a false statistic - because the two who die will be over 75 and have serious comorbidity.

If you are 50 and healthy, your chance of dying from Wuhan is virtually zero.
Yeah, just a quick glance at today's stats and some quick math shows me that the mortality rate for the virus is running about 1.9% in the US.
Your observations are meaningless. There have been a lot of people under the age of 50 that have died from this. Some of them completely healthy.


False.


If you don't have the usual causes of death....heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia.


....your chances of dying from the Chinese virus are nil.


Zero.


And, of course, you admit it each time you dodge this question:

What are the symptoms of the Wuhan?
What are the symptoms of the seasonal flu?


You know the truth....but persist in being a Democrat.

Exactly the same about whether the election was stolen.
If you get the virus and die from the virus (even if you have one of these conditions), you've died from the virus and it should be counted that way.
If you didn't get the virus, you'd still be alive.
So your two questions are irrelevant...they're just a distraction. Something you're really good at.
I don't know anyone who's died of the seasonal flu.


Gads, you're a fool.
Watch me prove it:


1. “COVID-19 should be reported on the death certificate for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death. Certifiers should include as much detail as possible based on their knowledge of the case, medical records, laboratory testing, etc.,” the guidance continued.
“If the decedent had other chronic conditions such as COPD or asthma that may have also contributed, these conditions can be reported in Part II.”
Is The Number of Deaths Due To COVID-19 Being Inflated, And, If So, Why? | NewsRadio 740 KTRH | Michael Berry

2. "Questions remain about the death of a Hartford infant, despite governor’s claim death was linked to coronavirus
An official cause of death remains outstanding pending toxicology results, and officials said it is possible the child died not from the virus but from an underlying condition, sudden infant death syndrome or positional asphyxiation.
In the absence of that official determination Friday, Lamont and Connecticut State Epidemiologist Matthew Cartter retreated from directly connecting the cause of the infant’s death to the virus.

[Democrat] "...Lamont presented the baby’s death as specifically caused by the virus, even though Chief Medical Examiner James Gill’s official cause of death finding is still outstanding."
Questions remain about the death of a Hartford infant, despite governor’s claim death was linked to coronavirus

Despite Gov. Ned Lamont's announcement this week that a six-week-old infant in Hartford was the youngest fatality of the coronavirus pandemic, medical examiners still have not officially ruled the virus played any role in the child's death."
www.courant.com

3. “The study found that “This trend is completely contrary to the pattern observed in all previous years.” In fact, “the total decrease in deaths by other causes almost exactly equals the increase in deaths by COVID-19.”

Briand concludes that the COVID-19 death toll in the United States is misleading and that deaths from other diseases are being categorized as COVID-19 deaths.
There have reports of inflated COVID-19 deaths numbers for months.

Patients who never tested positive for the disease had COVID-19 as their cause of death on their death certificates. In May, Jared Polis, the Democrat governor of Colorado, disputed official coronavirus death counts, saying even those of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) were inflated from including people who tested positive for the coronavirus but died of other causes. In July, a fatal motorcycle accident victim was listed as a COVID-19 death.”


4. "Bible Experts Determine Goliath Died Of COVID-19
July 10th, 2020



ISRAEL—Working at an archaeological dig in the Valley of Elah, Bible experts have come up with an interesting theory concerning the death of Goliath, hulking giant of the Philistines who fought David in one-on-one combat.

Though he did have severe head trauma and neck problems, his death is now being counted as a COVID-19 death.
"While we didn't test him per se, he exhibited a lot of the symptoms of COVID-19," said one Bible scholar as he carefully worked to unearth some ancient face masks from Bible times. "The wooziness, the falling down, the headache -- it's all pretty clearly indicative of the novel coronavirus." He also stated that the virus ran rampant among the Philistines because they did not social distance, while Israel was relatively safe because King Saul declared a lockdown.
One researcher suggested that Goliath did not die of coronavirus but simply ODed, having been stoned. But then the other researchers realized he was telling a dad joke and told him to shut up and keep digging.
At publishing time, scholars had proposed that everyone who died in the Flood, the Israelite conquest of Canaan, and the flattening of Sodom and Gomorrah also died of COVID-19."


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I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.
What were their underlying conditions?
Why should it matter? Are you pro-choice? They were not given a choice

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
No and no.
So I should pay for someone's reckless behavior?
 

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Let's see how accurate you are:
Since only two of the three parasites your post features have revealed their federal tax returns, how would you know Trump's net worth?

"OCTOBER 7, 2020
Trump Brought a Whole New World of Corruption to Washington
BY JOHN FEFFER – JIM LARDNER
https://www.counterpunch.org/#facebook

"Profiting from the Pandemic: In the government bailout package to help businesses weather the pandemic-induced economic crisis, 27 clients of Trump-connected lobbyists received up to $10.5 billion. And as much as $273 million went to more than 100 companies owned or operated by major donors to Trump’s election efforts."
 
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When you hear the bogus "250,000 dead from the Wuhan," remember that the CDC said only 6% of those were the Wuhan.
No, 94% of coronavirus deaths were not actually caused by something else, you are either confused, repeating a lie, or lying.

The CDC's 6% COVID-19 Deaths Stat Is Causing Confusion on Social Media—Here Are the Facts

Watch me ram the lie back down your throat.



The number you posted is a fraud, so saith the CDC.
To indicate how the Wuhan crisis has been inflated to puncture the Trump economic miracle, note that the CDC admitted that only 6% of the deaths were actually due to the Covid virus.

Comorbidities

Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups. For data on comorbidities, Click here to download.





Table 3. Conditions contributing to deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), by age group, United States. Week ending 2/1/2020 to 11/7/2020.*
Updated November 12, 2020


Number of Conditions
Age Group
Conditions Contributing to Deaths where COVID-19 was listed on the death certificate1
ICD–10 codes
All ages
0–24 years
25–34 years
35–44 years
45–54 years
55–64 years
65–74 years
75–84 years
85 years and over


COVID-19 Provisional Counts - Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics





If you don't have the usual causes of death...you are not dying of the Wuhan.
Recent study that indicated that the number of deaths from the usual causes, being heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia, just happens to be the number attributed to covid.



You being easily fooled appears not to be particularly difficult.
 

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Why should it matter? Are you pro-choice? They were not given a choice
I am sorry for your loss but how did they NOT have a choice? Anyone who is afraid of this virus should stay at home, it's their choice to make.

And, no. I'm not pro-abortion

So I should pay for someone's reckless behavior?
Again, if you go out into the world knowing there is a chance you may get the virus, it's on you. Life is full of risks.

No one is forcing you out of your home.
 

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Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?
I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
I know 3 people who died from the flu - one of them killed by Barrack Obama (H1N1).

I know no one who died from Wuhan.
I guess you didn't know:

DateNameAgeOccupationPlace of deathRef.
28 MarchPearson Jordan69Olympic SprinterUnited States[119]
14 AprilHelen Damico89Scholar of Old English literatureUnited States[316]
5 MayBrian Axsmith57Paleobotanist and ecology professorUnited States[456]
5 OctoberDavid Andahl55Politician (candidate for the North Dakota House of Representatives)United States[802]
14 OctoberFred Dean68Hall of Fame American football playerUnited States[815][816]
15 OctoberWarren Mitchell87College basketball player and coachUnited States[819]
3 NovemberIrvin Baxter Jr.75American Pentecostal preacherUnited States[870]
5 AprilLee Fierro91ActressUnited States (Akron)[219]
12 MayMorris Hood III54Member of the Michigan Senate (2010–2018) and Michigan House of Representatives (2002–2008)United States (Ann Arbor)[484]
16 JulyPatrick Ellis77Radio personalityUnited States (Annapolis)[636]
28 MayRobert M. Laughlin85Anthropologist and linguist. Preserver of the Tzotzil languageUnited States (Arlington)[527]
27 AugustWilliam Neikirk82JournalistUnited States (Arlington)[723]
26 NovemberGeorge H. Carley82Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia (1993–2012)United States (Atlanta)[945]
27 JulyFrank A. Howard81Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (2008–2020)United States (Baton Rouge)[663]
27 MarchMichael McKinnell84ArchitectUnited States (Beverly)[110]
13 AprilDennis G. Peters82ElectrochemistUnited States (Bloomington)[309]
27 JulyFelicia F. Campbell89Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Las VegasUnited States (Blue Diamond, Nevada)[660][661]
25 JulySteve dePyssler101United States Air Force colonelUnited States (Bossier City)[656]
26 AprilEmilio Allué85Auxiliary bishop emeritus of BostonUnited States (Boston)[408]
27 MayNicholas Rinaldi86Poet and novelistUnited States (Bridgeport)[524]
24 MarchRomi Cohn91Czechoslovakian-born rabbi and real estate developerUnited States (Brooklyn)[73]
15 AprilJohn Pfahl81PhotographerUnited States (Buffalo)[333]
3 JulyScott Erskine57Serial killerUnited States (California)[599]
31 AugustTom Seaver75Hall of Fame baseball playerUnited States (Calistoga)[730]
14 NovemberLindy McDaniel84Baseball playerUnited States (Carrollton)[906]
2 NovemberRoy Edwards66Member of the Wyoming House of Representatives (since 2015)United States (Casper)[866]
2 AugustTootie Robbins62American football playerUnited States (Chandler)[677]
25 MayMarv Luster82American CFL playerUnited States (Charlotte)[521]
28 AprilDavid Boe84OrganistUnited States (Chicago)[421]
13 MayRiad Ismat72Minister of Culture of Syria (2010–2012)United States (Chicago)[489]
7 JuneLynika Strozier35BiologistUnited States (Chicago)[546]
17 AugustChaim Dov Keller90Haredi rabbiUnited States (Chicago)[711]
2 MayDaniel S. Kemp83Organic chemistUnited States (Concord)[441]
23 MarchMaurice Berger63Chief curator of the Center for Art, Design and Visual CultureUnited States (Copake)[57]
27 MarchOrlando McDaniel59American football playerUnited States (Dallas)[109]
18 AprilBob Lazier81Race car driverUnited States (Denver)[362]
24 AprilMike Huckaby54Deep house DJUnited States (Detroit)[400]
29 OctoberH. Tati Santiesteban85Member of the Texas Senate (1973-1991)United States (El Paso)[858]
2 MayRalph McGehee92Intelligence officerUnited States (Falmouth)[442]
4 JulyBhakti Charu Swami74Indian spiritual teacher (International Society for Krishna Consciousness)United States (Florida)[600]
21 JulyDobby Dobson78Jamaican reggae singer and record producerUnited States (Florida)[653]
1 MayYu Lihua88Chinese-American writerUnited States (Gaithersburg)[432]
28 MayDavid Owen Brooks65Convicted murderer, accomplice to serial killer Dean CorllUnited States (Galveston)[525]
21 OctoberPeter F. Secchia83Ambassador to Italy and San Marino (1989–1993) and CEO of Universal Forest ProductsUnited States (Grand Rapids)[833]
28 MarchWilliam B. Helmreich74Professor of Sociology at The Graduate Center, CUNYUnited States (Great Neck)[117]
16 SeptemberNick Mourouzis83American football player and coachUnited States (Greencastle)[766]
1 AprilKevin Duffy87Judge for the U.S. District Court for Southern New York (1972–1998)United States (Greenwich)[162]
7 AprilHenry Graff98HistorianUnited States (Greenwich)[239]
30 MarchTed Monette74FEMA Director of the Office of Federal Coordinating Officer OperationsUnited States (Holyoke)[144]
2 AprilArthur Whistler75Professor of Ethnobotany at the University of HawaiiUnited States (Honolulu)[187]
14 JulyStephen Susman79AttorneyUnited States (Houston)[634]
1 AprilDavid Driskell88Visual artist and academicUnited States (Hyattsville)[161]
20 MayDenis Farkasfalvy83Hungarian-born Cistercian abbot and theologianUnited States (Irving)[511]
31 JulyBill Mack88Singer, songwriter, and radio hostUnited States (Irving)[670][671]
27 AprilTroy Sneed52Gospel musicianUnited States (Jacksonville)[419]
27 AprilRabbi Yehudah Jacobs80–89Mashgiach ruchani at Beth Medrash GovohaUnited States (Lakewood Township)[414]
16 AprilJim Fraser83American football playerUnited States (Lansdale)[339]
8 MayRoy Horn75Member of Siegfried & Roy, stage magician and lion tamerUnited States (Las Vegas)[471]
20 AugustFrank Cullotta81Mobster and movie consultantUnited States (Las Vegas)[714]
6 SeptemberBruce Williamson49Lead singer of The TemptationsUnited States (Las Vegas)[745]
21 SeptemberTommy DeVito92Musician, founding member of The Four SeasonsUnited States (Las Vegas)[776]
27 AugustJames E. Humphreys80MathematicianUnited States (Leeds)[722]
6 JuneDietmar Seyferth91ChemistUnited States (Lexington)[543][544]
31 MarchJulie Bennett88Voice actorUnited States (Los Angeles)[148]
7 AprilAllen Garfield80ActorUnited States (Los Angeles)[238]
13 AprilAnn Sullivan91AnimatorUnited States (Los Angeles)[314]
15 AprilAllen Daviau77Cinematographer (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Color Purple, Empire of the Sun)United States (Los Angeles)[327]
2 JuneChris Trousdale34Actor and singerUnited States (Los Angeles)[534]
17 JuneTrần Ngọc Châu96Vietnamese soldier and politicianUnited States (Los Angeles)[569]
4 JulyBrandis Kemp76ActressUnited States (Los Angeles)[601]
5 JulyNick Cordero41Canadian actorUnited States (Los Angeles)[604]
26 SeptemberJay Johnstone74Baseball player and commentatorUnited States (Los Angeles)[788]
3 AprilArnold Demain92Professor of Industrial Microbiology at the Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States (Madison)[189]
2 MayMeyer Rubin96GeologistUnited States (Manassas)[445]
13 NovemberJim Pace59Racing driverUnited States (Memphis)[902]
8 AugustBernard Fils-Aimé67Entrepreneur and activistUnited States (Miami)[690]
5 NovemberGordon Van Wylen100Physicist and academic administrator, President of Hope College (1972–1987)United States (Michigan)[876]
14 OctoberLance Carson74Member of the South Dakota House of Representatives (2007–2015, 2017–2019)United States (Mitchell)[814]
30 OctoberRick Baldwin67Baseball playerUnited States (Modesto)[860]
25 MarchFloyd Cardoz59Chef and television personalityUnited States (Montclair)[86]
9 SeptemberHenrietta Boggs102First Lady of Costa Rica (1948–1949)United States (Montgomery)[748]
29 NovemberBen Bova88Science fiction writerUnited States (Naples)[958]
29 MarchJoe Diffie61Country singerUnited States (Nashville)[127]
7 AprilJohn Prine73Singer and songwriterUnited States (Nashville)[247]
3 SeptemberBill Pursell94ComposerUnited States (Nashville)[736]
6 AprilBrahm Kanchibhotla66Indian-American JournalistUnited States (Nassau County)[226]
24 AprilCarlos Ernesto Escobar Mejía57U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detaineeUnited States (National City)[398]
19 AprilSteve Dalkowski80Baseball playerUnited States (New Britain)[366]
11 AprilJohn Horton Conway82MathematicianUnited States (New Brunswick)[283]
14 AprilMargit Feldman90Holocaust survivorUnited States (New Jersey)[319]
1 AprilEllis Marsalis Jr.85Jazz pianistUnited States (New Orleans)[165]
4 AprilTom Dempsey73American football playerUnited States (New Orleans)[204]
22 MarchMike Longo83Jazz pianistUnited States (New York City)[56]
23 MarchNashom Wooden50Drag queenUnited States (New York City)[70]
25 MarchMark Blum69ActorUnited States (New York City)[85]
26 MarchMichael Sorkin71Architect and criticUnited States (New York City)[98]
28 MarchWilliam Wolf94Film and theater criticUnited States (New York City)[123]
29 MarchBeryl Bernay94Journalist and children's television creatorUnited States (New York City)[124]
29 MarchMaria Mercader54Television news producer and journalistUnited States (New York City)[129]
29 MarchAlan Merrill69Lead singer of Arrows and songwriterUnited States (New York City)[130]
30 MarchLorena Borjas59Transgender and immigrant rights activistUnited States (New York City)[136]
30 MarchJames T. Goodrich73Professor of Neurosurgery at the Albert Einstein College of MedicineUnited States (New York City)[141]
30 MarchWilhelm Burmann80Ballet master and teacherUnited States (New York City)[147]
31 MarchCristina Monet-Palaci64MusicianUnited States (New York City)[155]
2 AprilPatricia Bosworth86Actress and authorUnited States (New York City)[172]
2 AprilAnick Jesdanun51Technology reporter and editor, first internet writer for the Associated PressUnited States (New York City)[178]
2 AprilAaron Rubashkin92BusinessmanUnited States (New York City)[183]
3 AprilArlene Stringer-Cuevas86Member of the New York City Council (1976–1977)United States (New York City)[199]
4 AprilKen Farnum89Barbadian-born Jamaican Olympic cyclistUnited States (New York City)[206]
4 AprilLila Fenwick87Chief of the United Nations Human Rights CouncilUnited States (New York City)[207]
4 AprilMuhammad Sirajul Islam77Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1973–1982)United States (New York City)[210]
4 AprilOlan Montgomery56Actor and artistUnited States (New York City)[211]
6 AprilHelène Aylon89Ecofeminist artistUnited States (New York City)[223]
6 AprilAdlin Mair-Clarke78Olympic sprinter and hurdlerUnited States (New York City)[228]
7 AprilLeib Groner88Chabad-Lubavitch RabbiUnited States (New York City)[240]
7 AprilYaakov Perlow89Hasidic rabbiUnited States (New York City)[246]
7 AprilHal Willner64Music producerUnited States (New York City)[252]
8 AprilLeila Benitez-McCollum89Filipino-American television and radio hostUnited States (New York City)[253]
10 AprilCeybil Jefferies57–58House and R&B vocalistUnited States (New York City)[274]
11 AprilStanley Chera77Real estate executiveUnited States (New York City)[282]
11 AprilWynn Handman97Artistic directorUnited States (New York City)[284]
12 AprilJoel M. Reed86Filmmaker and screenwriterUnited States (New York City)[295]
13 AprilGil Bailey84Jamaican radio broadcasterUnited States (New York City)[302]
13 AprilBenjamin Levin93Lithuanian-born Israeli partisan and Holocaust survivorUnited States (New York City)[307]
15 AprilHenry Grimes84Jazz bassistUnited States (New York City)[328]
15 AprilMilena Jelinek84ScreenwriterUnited States (New York City)[331]
15 AprilLee Konitz92Jazz composer and alto saxophonistUnited States (New York City)[332]
16 AprilHenry Miller89Lawyer and juristUnited States (New York City)[341]
17 AprilGiuseppi Logan84Jazz musicianUnited States (New York City)[348]
17 AprilIris Love86Archaeologist and dog breederUnited States (New York City)[350]
17 AprilArlene Saunders89Operatic sopranoUnited States (New York City)[352]
18 AprilJack Lotz86Wrestling refereeUnited States (New York City)[363]
19 AprilNoach Dear66Justice of the New York Supreme Court (since 2015)United States (New York City)[367]
21 AprilPhilip Foglia69Lawyer, civic activist and advocate for Italian American rights issuesUnited States (New York City)[382]
23 AprilFred the Godson35DJ and rapperUnited States (New York City)[395]
25 AprilMadeline Kripke76Book collectorUnited States (New York City)[405]
27 AprilJames Mahoney62Pulmonologist and internistUnited States (New York City)[415]
17 AprilBennie G. Adkins86United States Army soldier and recipient of the Medal of HonorUnited States (Opelika)[345]
23 AugustCharles Stuart Bowyer86Astronomer and academicUnited States (Orinda)[718]
9 AugustKamala70Professional wrestlerUnited States (Oxford)[694]
23 MarchCarole Brookins76Executive director of the World Bank (2001–2005)United States (Palm Beach)[59]
11 AugustTrini Lopez83Singer and actorUnited States (Palm Springs)[699]
31 MarchWallace Roney59Jazz trumpeterUnited States (Paterson)[157]
14 AprilElla King Russell Torrey94Human rights activist and aide to Eleanor RooseveltUnited States (Philadelphia)[324]
21 AprilTeruyuki Okazaki88Karate masterUnited States (Philadelphia)[385]
22 AprilBootsie Barnes82Jazz saxophonistUnited States (Philadelphia)[393]
29 AprilDick Lucas86American football playerUnited States (Philadelphia)[426]
6 SeptemberSterling Magee84Blues musician known as "Mister Satan", part of the duo Satan and AdamUnited States (Pinellas Park)[744]
21 JuneKen Snow50Soccer playerUnited States (Port Huron)[580]
1 AprilAdam Schlesinger52Songwriter, member of Fountains of WayneUnited States (Poughkeepsie)[168]
9 AprilReggie Bagala54Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (since 2020)United States (Raceland)[261]
21 MayMary J. Wilson83First African-American senior zookeeper at the Maryland Zoo in BaltimoreUnited States (Randallstown)[512]
21 AprilDonald Kennedy88Scientist, public administrator, and academicUnited States (Redwood City)[384]
13 JulyKenneth Church90Canadian born Thoroughbred racing jockeyUnited States (Reno)[631]
13 AprilJerry Givens67Executioner and anti-death penalty advocateUnited States (Richmond)[304]
24 MarchAlan Finder72JournalistUnited States (Ridgewood)[77]
3 MayRoy Lester96American football player and coachUnited States (Rockville)[450]
1 AprilBucky Pizzarelli94Jazz guitaristUnited States (Saddle River)[167]
19 MayAnnie Glenn100Disability rights advocate and widow of John GlennUnited States (Saint Paul)[505]
29 MarchRobert H. Garff77Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives (1985–1987)United States (Salt Lake City)[128]
2 AprilRobert Beck83Olympic pentathlete and fencerUnited States (San Antonio)[188]
24 MarchTerrence McNally81Playwright and screenwriterUnited States (Sarasota)[78]
25 JulyHelen Jones Woods96MusicianUnited States (Sarasota)[658]
2 MayJim Cross87Ice hockey player and coachUnited States (Savannah)[439]
23 MarchWalter Robb91EngineerUnited States (Schenectady)[67]
17 MarchStephen Schwartz78Professor of pathology at University of WashingtonUnited States (Seattle)[33]
8 AprilRick May79Canadian-American voice actor and theatrical performer, director and teacherUnited States (Seattle)[260]
4 AprilForrest Compton94ActorUnited States (Shelter Island)[202]
1 AprilRichard Passman94Aeronautical engineer and space scientistUnited States (Silver Spring)[166]
3 AprilBob Glanzer74Member of the South Dakota House of Representatives (since 2017)United States (Sioux Falls)[191]
22 NovemberGeorge Nock74American football playerUnited States (Snellville)[929]
8 JulyHoward Schoenfield62Tennis playerUnited States (South Beach)[615]
7 AugustNina Popova97Ballet dancerUnited States (St. Augustine)[687]
12 NovemberLynn Kellogg77Singer and actressUnited States (St. Louis)[894]
21 AprilJack Taylor84Member of the Colorado Senate (2000–2008) and House of Representatives (1992–2000)United States (Steamboat Springs)[383]
30 JulyHerman Cain74Business executive, writer, 2012 Presidential candidate, and political activistUnited States (Stockbridge)[669]
18 JulyKatherine B. Hoffman105ChemistUnited States (Tallahassee)[644]
2 NovemberOscar W. McConkie Jr.94President of the Utah State Senate (1965–1966) and leader of the Church of Latter Day SaintsUnited States (Utah)[868]
8 AprilBernie Juskiewicz77Member of the Vermont House of Representatives (2013–2019)United States (Vermont)[257]
6 AprilStephen Sulyk95Ukrainian Catholic Archeparch emeritus of PhiladelphiaUnited States (Voorhees Township)[230]
20 AprilH. G. Carrillo59NovelistUnited States (Washington, D.C.)[374]
7 AugustStephen F. Williams83Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (since 1986)United States (Washington, D.C.)[689]
24 AprilBurton Rose77NephrologistUnited States (Wellesley)[399]
27 NovemberGene Fraise88Member of the Iowa Senate (1986–2013)United States (West Burlington)[950]
4 MayMotoko Fujishiro Huthwaite92Preservationist (Monuments Men)United States (Westland)[453]
16 MayWilson Roosevelt Jerman91White House butler to 11 U.S. presidentsUnited States (Woodbridge)[499]
21 AprilJoel Rogosin87Television producer and writer (The Virginian, Ironside, Magnum, P.I.)United States (Woodland Hills)[386]
17 AprilGene Shay85Disc jockeyUnited States (Wynnewood)[354]
25 AprilAlan Abel91Percussionist and music educatorUnited States (Wynnewood)[402]
Can you list the people Obama killed with drone strikes?
I don't recall mentioning either
When you hear the bogus "250,000 dead from the Wuhan," remember that the CDC said only 6% of those were the Wuhan.
No, 94% of coronavirus deaths were not actually caused by something else, you are either confused, repeating a lie, or lying.

The CDC's 6% COVID-19 Deaths Stat Is Causing Confusion on Social Media—Here Are the Facts

Watch me ram the lie back down your throat.



The number you posted is a fraud, so saith the CDC.
To indicate how the Wuhan crisis has been inflated to puncture the Trump economic miracle, note that the CDC admitted that only 6% of the deaths were actually due to the Covid virus.

Comorbidities

Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups. For data on comorbidities, Click here to download.





Table 3. Conditions contributing to deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), by age group, United States. Week ending 2/1/2020 to 11/7/2020.*
Updated November 12, 2020


Number of Conditions
Age Group
Conditions Contributing to Deaths where COVID-19 was listed on the death certificate1
ICD–10 codes
All ages
0–24 years
25–34 years
35–44 years
45–54 years
55–64 years
65–74 years
75–84 years
85 years and over


COVID-19 Provisional Counts - Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics





If you don't have the usual causes of death...you are not dying of the Wuhan.
Recent study that indicated that the number of deaths from the usual causes, being heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia, just happens to be the number attributed to covid.



You being easily fooled appears not to be particularly difficult.
Your premise is flawed, it is akin to saying no one has ever died from falling out of an airplane since it was the ground that killed them. Of the 1/4 million who died, how many would be alive today if not for Covid? I doubt the CDC would agree with your 15,000 number.
 
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Why is it that nearly all of those who actually die, had ‘do not resuscitate’ affidavits?
I guess the only lives that should be protected are those not yet born? I know of no one who died from the flu and that is in my entire lifetime. In less than a year I know of 2 people who died of Covid and several who suffered for quite some time.

Should insurance companies charge more for people who refuse to wear masks or socially distance and need to be hospitalized?
If you refuse to wear masks or socially distance should you go to the back of the line for an ICU bed?
I know 3 people who died from the flu - one of them killed by Barrack Obama (H1N1).

I know no one who died from Wuhan.
I guess you didn't know:

DateNameAgeOccupationPlace of deathRef.
28 MarchPearson Jordan69Olympic SprinterUnited States[119]
14 AprilHelen Damico89Scholar of Old English literatureUnited States[316]
5 MayBrian Axsmith57Paleobotanist and ecology professorUnited States[456]
5 OctoberDavid Andahl55Politician (candidate for the North Dakota House of Representatives)United States[802]
14 OctoberFred Dean68Hall of Fame American football playerUnited States[815][816]
15 OctoberWarren Mitchell87College basketball player and coachUnited States[819]
3 NovemberIrvin Baxter Jr.75American Pentecostal preacherUnited States[870]
5 AprilLee Fierro91ActressUnited States (Akron)[219]
12 MayMorris Hood III54Member of the Michigan Senate (2010–2018) and Michigan House of Representatives (2002–2008)United States (Ann Arbor)[484]
16 JulyPatrick Ellis77Radio personalityUnited States (Annapolis)[636]
28 MayRobert M. Laughlin85Anthropologist and linguist. Preserver of the Tzotzil languageUnited States (Arlington)[527]
27 AugustWilliam Neikirk82JournalistUnited States (Arlington)[723]
26 NovemberGeorge H. Carley82Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia (1993–2012)United States (Atlanta)[945]
27 JulyFrank A. Howard81Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (2008–2020)United States (Baton Rouge)[663]
27 MarchMichael McKinnell84ArchitectUnited States (Beverly)[110]
13 AprilDennis G. Peters82ElectrochemistUnited States (Bloomington)[309]
27 JulyFelicia F. Campbell89Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Las VegasUnited States (Blue Diamond, Nevada)[660][661]
25 JulySteve dePyssler101United States Air Force colonelUnited States (Bossier City)[656]
26 AprilEmilio Allué85Auxiliary bishop emeritus of BostonUnited States (Boston)[408]
27 MayNicholas Rinaldi86Poet and novelistUnited States (Bridgeport)[524]
24 MarchRomi Cohn91Czechoslovakian-born rabbi and real estate developerUnited States (Brooklyn)[73]
15 AprilJohn Pfahl81PhotographerUnited States (Buffalo)[333]
3 JulyScott Erskine57Serial killerUnited States (California)[599]
31 AugustTom Seaver75Hall of Fame baseball playerUnited States (Calistoga)[730]
14 NovemberLindy McDaniel84Baseball playerUnited States (Carrollton)[906]
2 NovemberRoy Edwards66Member of the Wyoming House of Representatives (since 2015)United States (Casper)[866]
2 AugustTootie Robbins62American football playerUnited States (Chandler)[677]
25 MayMarv Luster82American CFL playerUnited States (Charlotte)[521]
28 AprilDavid Boe84OrganistUnited States (Chicago)[421]
13 MayRiad Ismat72Minister of Culture of Syria (2010–2012)United States (Chicago)[489]
7 JuneLynika Strozier35BiologistUnited States (Chicago)[546]
17 AugustChaim Dov Keller90Haredi rabbiUnited States (Chicago)[711]
2 MayDaniel S. Kemp83Organic chemistUnited States (Concord)[441]
23 MarchMaurice Berger63Chief curator of the Center for Art, Design and Visual CultureUnited States (Copake)[57]
27 MarchOrlando McDaniel59American football playerUnited States (Dallas)[109]
18 AprilBob Lazier81Race car driverUnited States (Denver)[362]
24 AprilMike Huckaby54Deep house DJUnited States (Detroit)[400]
29 OctoberH. Tati Santiesteban85Member of the Texas Senate (1973-1991)United States (El Paso)[858]
2 MayRalph McGehee92Intelligence officerUnited States (Falmouth)[442]
4 JulyBhakti Charu Swami74Indian spiritual teacher (International Society for Krishna Consciousness)United States (Florida)[600]
21 JulyDobby Dobson78Jamaican reggae singer and record producerUnited States (Florida)[653]
1 MayYu Lihua88Chinese-American writerUnited States (Gaithersburg)[432]
28 MayDavid Owen Brooks65Convicted murderer, accomplice to serial killer Dean CorllUnited States (Galveston)[525]
21 OctoberPeter F. Secchia83Ambassador to Italy and San Marino (1989–1993) and CEO of Universal Forest ProductsUnited States (Grand Rapids)[833]
28 MarchWilliam B. Helmreich74Professor of Sociology at The Graduate Center, CUNYUnited States (Great Neck)[117]
16 SeptemberNick Mourouzis83American football player and coachUnited States (Greencastle)[766]
1 AprilKevin Duffy87Judge for the U.S. District Court for Southern New York (1972–1998)United States (Greenwich)[162]
7 AprilHenry Graff98HistorianUnited States (Greenwich)[239]
30 MarchTed Monette74FEMA Director of the Office of Federal Coordinating Officer OperationsUnited States (Holyoke)[144]
2 AprilArthur Whistler75Professor of Ethnobotany at the University of HawaiiUnited States (Honolulu)[187]
14 JulyStephen Susman79AttorneyUnited States (Houston)[634]
1 AprilDavid Driskell88Visual artist and academicUnited States (Hyattsville)[161]
20 MayDenis Farkasfalvy83Hungarian-born Cistercian abbot and theologianUnited States (Irving)[511]
31 JulyBill Mack88Singer, songwriter, and radio hostUnited States (Irving)[670][671]
27 AprilTroy Sneed52Gospel musicianUnited States (Jacksonville)[419]
27 AprilRabbi Yehudah Jacobs80–89Mashgiach ruchani at Beth Medrash GovohaUnited States (Lakewood Township)[414]
16 AprilJim Fraser83American football playerUnited States (Lansdale)[339]
8 MayRoy Horn75Member of Siegfried & Roy, stage magician and lion tamerUnited States (Las Vegas)[471]
20 AugustFrank Cullotta81Mobster and movie consultantUnited States (Las Vegas)[714]
6 SeptemberBruce Williamson49Lead singer of The TemptationsUnited States (Las Vegas)[745]
21 SeptemberTommy DeVito92Musician, founding member of The Four SeasonsUnited States (Las Vegas)[776]
27 AugustJames E. Humphreys80MathematicianUnited States (Leeds)[722]
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Can you list the people Obama killed with drone strikes?
I don't recall mentioning either
When you hear the bogus "250,000 dead from the Wuhan," remember that the CDC said only 6% of those were the Wuhan.
No, 94% of coronavirus deaths were not actually caused by something else, you are either confused, repeating a lie, or lying.

The CDC's 6% COVID-19 Deaths Stat Is Causing Confusion on Social Media—Here Are the Facts

Watch me ram the lie back down your throat.



The number you posted is a fraud, so saith the CDC.
To indicate how the Wuhan crisis has been inflated to puncture the Trump economic miracle, note that the CDC admitted that only 6% of the deaths were actually due to the Covid virus.

Comorbidities

Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups. For data on comorbidities, Click here to download.





Table 3. Conditions contributing to deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), by age group, United States. Week ending 2/1/2020 to 11/7/2020.*
Updated November 12, 2020


Number of Conditions
Age Group
Conditions Contributing to Deaths where COVID-19 was listed on the death certificate1
ICD–10 codes
All ages
0–24 years
25–34 years
35–44 years
45–54 years
55–64 years
65–74 years
75–84 years
85 years and over


COVID-19 Provisional Counts - Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics





If you don't have the usual causes of death...you are not dying of the Wuhan.
Recent study that indicated that the number of deaths from the usual causes, being heart disease, respiratory diseases, influenza and pneumonia, just happens to be the number attributed to covid.



You being easily fooled appears not to be particularly difficult.
Your premise is flawed, it is akin to saying no one has ever died from falling out of an airplane since it was the ground that killed them. Of the 1/4 million who died, how many would be alive today if not for Covid? I doubt the CDC would agree with your 15,000 number.


So you're saying the CDC is lying when they admin that nearly all deaths are due to co-morbidities, not the political disease called the Wuhan????


Gee.....who to believe, the CDC or you, who got your marching orders in governments school?
 

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Why should it matter? Are you pro-choice? They were not given a choice
I am sorry for your loss but how did they NOT have a choice? Anyone who is afraid of this virus should stay at home, it's their choice to make.

And, no. I'm not pro-abortion

So I should pay for someone's reckless behavior?
Again, if you go out into the world knowing there is a chance you may get the virus, it's on you. Life is full of risks.

No one is forcing you out of your home.
People in nursing homes are not going out, it is their caregivers that are giving them the virus so they really don't have a choice. If you believe that all lives have value and should be protected you seem rather cavalier about the lives of the elderly. Hypocrisy on your part?

If you take risks with your health that is your right just don't ask me to pay for your ICU stay. If you refuse to wear a mask and socially distance you should not go the hospital should you get sick. Seems only fair.
 
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Why should it matter? Are you pro-choice? They were not given a choice
I am sorry for your loss but how did they NOT have a choice? Anyone who is afraid of this virus should stay at home, it's their choice to make.

And, no. I'm not pro-abortion

So I should pay for someone's reckless behavior?
Again, if you go out into the world knowing there is a chance you may get the virus, it's on you. Life is full of risks.

No one is forcing you out of your home.
People in nursing homes are not going out, it is their caregivers that are giving them the virus so they really don't have a choice. If you believe that all lives have value and should be protected you seem rather cavalier about the lives of the elderly. Hypocrisy on your part?

If you take risks with your health that is your right just don't ask me to pay for your ICU stay. If you refuse to wear a mask and socially distance you should not go the hospital should you get sick. Seems only fair.

Mask???

Masks Hide The Difference Between Science And Politics

1.Either the Covid is an actual danger to mankind on the order of the Bubonic Plague, or it is simply one more extensive and well designed plot on the order of these: Russia Collusion of 2016, Obstruction of Mueller, Impeachment, Trump’s a racist, 25th amendment, Stormy Daniels, lies about Charlottesville fine Nazis, phone call to Ukraine, Quid Pro Quo, ‘lynching, one after another lead balloons.
I said they were well designed, if false, and certainly well-populated with every media ally of the Democrats playing along.



2. But let’s focus on production values: what could make everyone fear the Wuhan Red Death more than seeing every other person masked with disease regalia, making the whole nation appear to be an emergency room.

The optics alone cause the image, and there is noting Democrats like better than mandating stuff, anyway.



3. A quick review of the facts: If one gets the Wuhan, the chances of dying from it approach zero….no more than a rounding error in the data. An elderly, overweight President had it, and ten days later is doing two hours-long rallies a day.
And while the Chines flu certainly appears widespread, the symptoms are the same as the usual seasonal flu: “body aches, a cough and headaches, and felt extremely tired most of the time.”



4. How to explain the mandates for masks….if they are ineffective at best? If that’s what science says…..an intelligent person might be led to believe that it is not science going on here….but simply an immense attack on a presidency.

Let’s check:
CDC March 17th.....masks should only be worn by healthcare workers


Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

CDC provides credible COVID-19 health information to the U.S.
www.cdc.gov



“In the 14 days before illness onset, 71% of case-patients and 74% of control-participants reported always using cloth face coverings or other mask types when in public.” That means that the majority who wore mask got the Wuhan. Community and Close Contact Exposures Associated with COVID-19 ...

Dr. Carl Heneghan, University of Oxford, director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine and editor in chief of British Medical Journal Evidence-Based Medicine: ‘It would appear that despite two decades of pandemic preparedness, there is considerable uncertainty as to the value of wearing masks.’(https://www.cebm.net/covid-19/masking-lack-of-evidence-with-politics/)



This is where you say 'duhhhhhh.......'
 

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