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Apr 5, 2021 | 20:55 1

A bunch of pathetic fools we are here in Saskatchewan. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 5, 2021 | 20:57 2 And to think all of Texas only had 1000 covid cases today and only 16% of their population is fully vaxxed. They’re not dropping over dead like some would want us to believe. It is time to open things up again. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 5, 2021 | 21:46 3 30 million people live in Texas Reply With Quote
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  • iceman's Avatar Apr 5, 2021 | 22:01 4 God bless Texas Reply With Quote

  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Apr 6, 2021 | 06:50 5 Texas has it all figured out. California no its a ****ing basket case state that most are leaving. Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 07:09 6 Bless Texas 6000 new cases April 5. Go Texas! 40000 test subjects and they think animal testing is bad. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 07:24 7
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    Bless Texas 6000 new cases April 5. Go Texas! 40000 test subjects and they think animal testing is bad.
    i know some of you have trouble with math so i will try to help you
    pop. texas=29000000
    pop saskatchewan=1170000
    29000000 divided by 1170000= 24.78
    Sask cases apr 5=219
    219 times 24.78 =5428 per capita , almost identical
    go saskatchewan ! 219 new test subjects Reply With Quote

  • Apr 6, 2021 | 07:29 8 So with the covid variants that are more deadly, easier to spread and affecting younger people, many of whom can't stay at home. The impact of more covid cases is going to overfill hospitals ICUs which we are already seeing and potentially close down lots of workplaces and could result in an even bigger hit to the economy. The third and fourth wave may be more serious than we were hoping for.

    The other thing to note is that the more serious variants are coming from countries where covid cases were higher in the first second and second wave. So letting it run wild is not a good strategy.

    The chance that more cases will lead to variants overcoming vaccines is certainly a possibility. That may be the case with brazilian variant already. Then we will be in a spot where we try to stay ahead of the variants with modified vaccines.

    Texans can put themselves at risk. Watching ML Baseball in person is more important than protecting a population from the spread of a deadly virus!

    Those baseball fans that get sick from covid and pass away will get the darwin award. Unfortunately the rest of us have to put up with their stupidity and carelessness. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 07:30 9 Texas will be an interesting experiment. Vancouver Canucks could not keep covid out with all precautions. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 07:33 10 Long hauler covid symptoms that can affect many major organs would put many hockey careers in jeopardy.
    Last edited by chuckChuck; Apr 6, 2021 at 07:53.
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    Apr 6, 2021 | 07:42 11 I’m not trying to minimalize it at all
    Just pointing out bullshit
    Myself , I am laying low Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 07:48 12 Some people won't wake up untill they lose a family member or are disabled themselves for a few weeks or months. Covid could really make seeding fun. Lost workers, isolation for everyone who was exposed. Then how do you function on the farm. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 08:01 13 Most people who get this “disease”, would never know they had it but for a positive test result. And that’s a fact.

    Time to stop treating it like a death sentence.

    And without Regina “case” numbers coming in from red square down there, sask numbers would be excellent. Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 08:17 14 When faced with the possibility of illness or death from an infectious disease, the onus is on you to protect yourself. If you have medical conditions which increase your vulnerability to disease, then take whatever steps are necessary to isolate yourself from others until such time as treatments and vaccines are available. There is, however, no guarantee that this strategy will be successful. Most people cannot simply quit their job and get supplies delivered to their doorstep. Life entails risks, and it's normal to apply some sort of risk/benefit analysis to the choices facing you.

    What's not a legitimate strategy is to arbitrarily divide businesses into essential and non-essential categories, thus consigning many into bankruptcy, and to place most of the population under effective house arrest. What is essential vs. non-essential is a decision that should be made between a business and its customers. The collective has no right to remove that choice from individuals and to treat the nation as one vast prison camp.

    Covid policy in this country is basically moving at whatever speed the collapsing state run medical care system can move at. Medicare has been facing a demographic bulge with an aging population for years which it is utterly incapable of dealing with. You need price signals for that and they have been legislated out of existence. Covid has simply made the deficiencies in collectivized medical care glaringly obvious. Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 08:19 15 Curious to see how Brazil is doing. How will Covid affect Ag production there. Also have not seen Australia posts lately. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 08:23 16
    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepwheat View Post
    Most people who get this “disease”, would never know they had it but for a positive test result. And that’s a fact.
    For instance, Adam Gaudette had to be pulled from the ice during a Canucks practice, and told that he had tested positive for covid.
    They also screen the players for any symptoms before team activities, so he must have been feeling relatively fine. Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 08:27 17 Really, you need price signals to realize elderly need more care? How is that working in the U.S.? If you are rich you will do well in the U.S. Reply With Quote
    SASKFARMER's Avatar Apr 6, 2021 | 08:35 18 Blah Blah Blah Agstar.

    Every adult will be able to get vaccinated by the 19th of April in the USA, Don't matter color of skin, or your wealth, or where you live.

    In Canada, under skippy, we have a million infected out of 30 million,

    we have a promise of 400 mill doses hahaha.

    We have vaccinated 1.6% of our population.

    Yep, skippy laughed and pointed fingers at how the USA and Trump did things but forgot four were pointing back at the idiot.

    Tired of the Bullshit.

    The USA is winning and we bet on china with Zero cases today. HAHAHAHA they grab you shoot you and you disappear yep no cases in China. Reply With Quote

  • fjlip's Avatar Apr 6, 2021 | 08:43 19 "could not keep covid out with all precautions." because it's aerosolized into eyes...how else when terrified are masked outside and in cars?

    Variants only from elsewhere? How can people be so dense? They are everywhere, we have Sask variants. Media can blow anything up and spread it. Vilify another country? Why did it vary there? Explain. Where are "medical peer reviewed EXPERTS"?

    "Every adult will be able to get vaccinated by the 19th of April in the USA," and nothing will change say those over paid EXPERTS, variants might not give a crap. Keep watching. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 08:48 20 And just like Chucks non answers to global warming or unreliable energy questions, the non answers always involve future hypothetical scary situations, never present tense. Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Apr 6, 2021 | 08:59 21 In the UK, they are now shipping 2 home tests to every resident before they reopen.

    The PCR home tests have been available for an entire yr. Govts could have massed shipped them to the public back then, got everyone tested and then asked anyone positive to stay home for 2 weeks. Way easier to mass produce a home test and mail it out to the public than create a vaccine from scratch and try to get that into everyone.

    Pandemic would over inside of 2 months at most, economy not destroyed, intergenerational debt not needed.

    God our leaders are stupid. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 6, 2021 | 09:31 22
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    Texas will be an interesting experiment. Vancouver Canucks could not keep covid out with all precautions.
    Can you make sense of the math comparison ?
    Or was it just a bullshit fear mongering , sensationalizing post ? Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 10:07 23 How about Florida releasing 480 million gallons of toxic waste water into marine waters.

    If this holding pond bursts, it will take out two other holding ponds that are even more toxic.

    Hopefully it doesn't happen as the residents of Piney Point are screwed, along with the marine waters. Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 10:59 24 More BS and fear from the fake doctor Agstar.
    My best friends family in Calgary discovered they tested positive for Covid. Wife and daughter only. Symptoms were sore and dry throats, and headaches. In other words, normal flu symptoms. Feeling better after a few days. But entire household under quarantine for 3 weeks.
    I said thanks for adding to the scamdemic statistics. As we already know, those who have a tough time with the sniffle wuflu have underlying conditions. Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 11:04 25
    Quote Originally Posted by foragefarmer View Post
    How about Florida releasing 480 million gallons of toxic waste water into marine waters.

    If this holding pond bursts, it will take out two other holding ponds that are even more toxic.

    Hopefully it doesn't happen as the residents of Piney Point are screwed, along with the marine waters.
    Who would be so stupid as to deliberately dump waste into a river or ocean?

    https://globalnews.ca/news/2329068/o...onditions-met/

    "Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna announced Montreal will be allowed to dump eight billion litres of raw sewage into the Saint Lawrence River. Global’s Tim Sargeant explains."

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news...ticle27182162/
    Last edited by burnt; Apr 6, 2021 at 11:08.
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 11:05 26
    Quote Originally Posted by Austrian Economics View Post
    When faced with the possibility of illness or death from an infectious disease, the onus is on you to protect yourself. If you have medical conditions which increase your vulnerability to disease, then take whatever steps are necessary to isolate yourself from others until such time as treatments and vaccines are available. There is, however, no guarantee that this strategy will be successful. Most people cannot simply quit their job and get supplies delivered to their doorstep. Life entails risks, and it's normal to apply some sort of risk/benefit analysis to the choices facing you.

    What's not a legitimate strategy is to arbitrarily divide businesses into essential and non-essential categories, thus consigning many into bankruptcy, and to place most of the population under effective house arrest. What is essential vs. non-essential is a decision that should be made between a business and its customers. The collective has no right to remove that choice from individuals and to treat the nation as one vast prison camp.

    Covid policy in this country is basically moving at whatever speed the collapsing state run medical care system can move at. Medicare has been facing a demographic bulge with an aging population for years which it is utterly incapable of dealing with. You need price signals for that and they have been legislated out of existence. Covid has simply made the deficiencies in collectivized medical care glaringly obvious.
    Well all I can say is that with that kind of thinking, you'd make a darn poor totalitarian marxist... Reply With Quote

  • Apr 6, 2021 | 11:13 27
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    i know some of you have trouble with math so i will try to help you
    pop. texas=29000000
    pop saskatchewan=1170000
    29000000 divided by 1170000= 24.78
    Sask cases apr 5=219
    219 times 24.78 =5428 per capita , almost identical
    go saskatchewan ! 219 new test subjects
    since you are so good at math, then please explain why texas has 48,881 covid deaths while Saskatchewan only has 440. Shouldn't Saskatchewan deaths been at least 4 times higher then? (48,881/24.78 = 1972) Reply With Quote
    Apr 6, 2021 | 11:29 28
    Quote Originally Posted by dmlfarmer View Post
    since you are so good at math, then please explain why texas has 48,881 covid deaths while Saskatchewan only has 440. Shouldn't Saskatchewan deaths been at least 4 times higher then? (48,881/24.78 = 1972)
    Umm , no , you are changing it to suit your BS
    You were talking positive cases ?
    You are also not taking into account pop densities ? Definitely a factor
    Compare texas to Ontario or Quebec
    Quebec deaths are 33% higher than Texas
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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 11:42 29
    Quote Originally Posted by dmlfarmer View Post
    since you are so good at math, then please explain why texas has 48,881 covid deaths while Saskatchewan only has 440. Shouldn't Saskatchewan deaths been at least 4 times higher then? (48,881/24.78 = 1972)

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  • Apr 6, 2021 | 12:39 30
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    Umm , no , you are changing it to suit your BS
    You were talking positive cases ?
    You are also not taking into account pop densities ? Definitely a factor
    Compare texas to Ontario or Quebec
    Quebec deaths are 33% higher than Texas
    Let me know if you need anymore help
    Sorry, misunderstood you. I understand now you are comparing just daily case numbers for today.

    I took the figures for the entire time. And if you do that you can reach some different conclusions. For example: Sask pop 1,178,832 Texas pop 29,499.952 Confirmed cases: Sask 34,763 Texas 2,807,528
    percentage of population confirmed to have had covid: Sask 2.9% Texas 9.5%
    deaths: Sask 440 Texas 4881 deaths/confirmed case: Sask 1.3% Texas 1.7% So for whatever reasons be it social distancing, masks, population density, nearly 1 in 10 people got Covid in Texas compared to only 1 in 35 in Saskatchewan. And if you did get Coved there was a 1.3% chance of dying from in in Saskatchewan compared to 1.7% chance of death in Texas. And there is no way to measure ongoing health issues as a result of the 5 times more Covid cases in Texas to this point in time.

    Thanks, but I prefer the lower case and lower death rates in Saskatchewan over Texas.
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