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  1. At least you are consistently delusional in your thinking.
  2. has anyone checked if he is burning witches in his backyard bonfires?
  3. Actually it has not. There is nothing anywhere saying anyone is risking another's life by not wearing a mask. Once again, you speak and show no proof. A healthy person is 100% incapable of risking another person's life by not wearing a mask.
  4. Seatbelts also can kill in the right situations. If not for another person, the seatbelt that might have saved my brother WOULD have killed him. It wouldn't release and had him trapped in a car that was on fire. There is never one side to anything.
  5. The problem is you can't prove it is risking the lives of others.
  6. I'd be more afraid if you were to honk near Biden it might kill him
  7. I have come down with the flu ZERO times in my life. Not even when my 4 year old had the flu (his dad, myself, and his 9 month old brother never got it). I can count on one hand the number of colds my 17 year old has had in 17 years. Honestly, I can't remember the last time I had a cold. Hard to spread what you do not have. Side note, NONE of us get the flu vaccine. My oldest on the other hand...2 colds a year every year, flu when he was 4, pneumonia every 2 years between 2 years old and 12 years old. Child, highly contagious, and 3 people in a household with him never got sick from him and we didn't wear masks. Go figure. I can't say wether healthy people infect other people when it's a crap shoot that sick people infect other people. A lot depends on a person's immune system, and you have no clue about another person on that level. I'll concede your view point, when you consider other's view points.
  8. Based off his reaction...he has an issue only because of the candidate. Now I want a custom horn to blow based on the candidates.
  9. You completely missed the point. I read all of the articles. All of them led with "multi-million dollar settlement". The reforms took a back seat and were at the end of every article when it should have been the lead at the beginning. Money talks. Money sells. What would have said the most to me...if the family got ZERO money and the multi-million went directly towards effecting change through improved training.
  10. How can you endanger another person when 6ft is maintained? What if the other person refuses to stay away from you, even if you try to maintain the distance?
  11. I think you missed the point of jaman's post. Any procedure reforms were buried because of the money. The monetary amount stands out to people. That is what made the headlines. The monetary amount should have been withheld and any reforms should have taken precedence in the headlines. Of course the media is just around to sensationalize tragedies anymore and their headlines basically amount to " xxx sued xxx for $xx.xx. This is what life is worth" Instead it should be "xxx sues xxx for reforms in procedure to prevent this from happening to another family.
  12. https://www.erienewsnow.com/story/42626529/federal-judge-gov-wolf-dr-levines-shutdown-orders-unconstitutional PITTSBURGH (AP) - A federal judge on Monday struck down Gov. Tom Wolf's pandemic restrictions that required people to stay at home, placed size limits on gatherings and ordered "non-life-sustaining" businesses to shut down, calling them unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV sided with plaintiffs that included hair salons, drive-in movie theaters, a farmer's market vendor, a horse trainer and several Republican officeholders who sued as individuals. Stickman, an appointee of President Donald Trump, wrote in his ruling that the Wolf administration's pandemic policies have been overreaching, arbitrary and violated citizens' constitutional rights. The governor's efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus "were undertaken with the good intention of addressing a public health emergency," Stickman wrote. "But even in an emergency, the authority of government is not unfettered." Courts had consistently rejected challenges to Wolf's power to order businesses to close during the pandemic, and many other governors, Republican and Democrat, undertook similar measures as the virus spread across the country. Wolf has lifted many of the restrictions since the lawsuit was filed in May, allowing businesses to reopen and canceling a statewide stay-at-home order. But his administration has maintained capacity restrictions and limitations on alcohol sales at bars and restaurants. The state has also imposed a gathering limit of more than 25 people for events held indoors and more than 250 people for those held outside. A spokesperson for Wolf said the administration was reviewing the decision. Pennsylvania has reported that more than 145,000 people statewide have contracted the virus since the beginning of the pandemic. More than 7,800 people have died.
  13. $1,000 with the award. I for one want to know where it ended up.
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