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MIM307 last won the day on August 4 2019

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  1. Right. Its the actual recovered numbers and numbers of active cases I am looking for. The data on Twitter does allow you to calculate the testing positivity rate for the state, though. So that's something at least.
  2. Its not just Brockway. PIAA made no fans part of their return to play guidelines.
  3. COVID restrictions met their match as soon as they said a mom can't watch her kid play sports. If its safe for the kids to play, it's safe for fans to be in the stands.
  4. The hospitalized and vent numbers are important but I want to see current active cases and also recovered numbers.
  5. Agreed. This might the first time I've agreed with Wolf's reasoning. I also saw that there will be additional guidance coming out Wednesday that will address if parents will be allowed to attend games or not.
  6. We're missing the recovered and active case numbers. The totals aren't helpful in that they don't show the current picture.
  7. I, nor my family, will be getting the vaccine when/if available.
  8. Other states readily post info on: number of new cases, number of recovered cases, number of active cases, number of hospitalized cases, and number of deaths. It's even broken down by county. I don't understand why PA won't release that data. I read in an article about the Jefferson County Commissioners meeting thatTracy Zents (county Emergency Management director) discussed that the test positivity rate in Jefferson County was up to 2.8% from 1.9%, so the numbers are out there but the public isn't getting them. It's incredibly frustrating.
  9. Actually, no I didn't. If you read my post, you'll note that I said I agreed with Trader Joe's for not changing the names and saying why they would not do so. I also respect Trader Joe's for responding to her and explaining their reasons for not changing the product's name. I have been a loyal Trader Joe's customer for years and will continue to be. - My words from the initial post on this thread. I don't agree with the name changing movement sweeping the country. What I do agree with is an 18 year old American citizen exercising her right to petition the government, business, etc for a change.
  10. Oh I have no problem admitting that 95% of the time I disagree with Fed. Now can you admit that you seem to have a problem with my opinion? You've used 3 posts to correct me. I'm good, thanks.
  11. My post was in response to Fed's "be still my fingers be still" comment. I would have had no problem if he had actually typed out an opinion but since he couldn't be bothered, I thought I would save him the trouble.
  12. You, nor Fed, have to agree with my opinions. I'm not going to change my opinion based on your response to it.
  13. Why bother? Your fingers have no bearing on my opinion, so save yourself some keystrokes.
  14. Good for her. I applaud 18 year olds for seeing something they disagreed with, starting a petition to ask for change, and speaking up as to why she wanted the change. I also respect Trader Joe's for responding to her and explaining their reasons for not changing the product's name. I have been a loyal Trader Joe's customer for years and will continue to be. Thank heavens this 18 year old learned about democracy in her high school Civics class. Despite the criticism she has received from both liberals and conservatives, she continued with the petition because she saw the need for change. We need more 18 year old like her.
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