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entropys said:genovelle said:repressthis said:…but how?/too many movies.
zimmermann said:I do a factory reset before I sell the phone. How can I still track the device, or even want to track it?
SpamSandwich said:Mike Wuerthele said:SpamSandwich said:libertyforall said:This is an utter joke. CDC says most people have 2.6 preexisting conditions who die, they don’t die from SARS-Cov2. The cough could be from many other things.
So, four or five "pre-existing conditions," zero of which would have had to do with COVID.
Funnily, if I got hit by a car tomorrow, four or five would be on my death certificate as pre-existing conditions, despite the car being what did me in. No matter what finally kills me, be it being decapitated in a sword battle in a warehouse with lightning all around, or just keeling over from one too many Old Bay potato chips, all these things will be on my death certificate.
Other common pre-existing conditions include such winners as "ever pregnant," "ever had an ear infection," "ever had a broken bone," "ex-smoker" and so many more. Ever had your tonsils out? That counts. So does an appendix removal, a vasectomy, a tubal ligation, and so, so much more. All counted by the CDC.
Both of you are misinterpreting what the CDC said by accident, not having read the original materials and going by what you've heard, or by believing what a venue has told you because I'd rather not consider the ramifications of either of you willfully misinterpreting what the study says.
Dial it back a bit. There's a lot in this thread that is over the commenting guidelines, including the use of the term "fake news" or a derivative.
AI will not be your political battleground.
This virus is no joke. Your devaluation of it does not help anyone
"CDC says most people have 2.6 preexisting conditions who die, they don’t die from SARS-Cov2."The preexisting conditions make them more susceptible and unable to fully fight the virus and so it has better chance taking hold.The preexisting conditions are NOT killing them: https://www.webmd.com/lung/what-does-covid-do-to-your-lungs#2