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I wear mine to HEB only and the Dr appt, got one for Bubba and Trooper, they left theirs in the front yard shredded to pieces...seems like I have the feeling that Old has...Shiner has protected me from the whole epidemic..not even a cough...People are still drinking , Fishing and screwing, so yes it seems normal now..
 
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Not so fast my friends, I’m all in favor of an all out shutdown. Cancel the season, Covid is very serious and should not be taken lightly.

Now, if OU would have won I’d perhaps have a different perspective
 
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Not so fast my friends, I’m all in favor of an all out shutdown. Cancel the season, Covid is very serious and should not be taken lightly.

Now, if OU would have won I’d perhaps have a different perspective
I think the entire b12 would be ok with calling a 2020 mulligan.
 
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Oh the Big12 is so horrible right now. But I am enjoying watching the SEC freak the hell out about having to play Leach at Miss st.
It will be fun to watch the aggy meltdown when Leach beats Jimbo this year. Leach will be a thorn in a lot of team's sides. Never win it all but will upset a team every year.

So does the SEC play bad defense or are we only allowed to insult the B12 for not being able to stop air raid offenses.
 

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It will be fun to watch the aggy meltdown when Leach beats Jimbo this year. Leach will be a thorn in a lot of team's sides. Never win it all but will upset a team every year.

So does the SEC play bad defense or are we only allowed to insult the B12 for not being able to stop air raid offenses.
Why haven't you heard, they are the best dang thang ever dat SEC. Day not skared of Leach. Why LSU jus had dem a bad bidness day at da office. Y'all see soon nuff when dem Bama boys take dat field against Leach.
 

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Well guys before you get carried away with ML keep in mind a few things about LSU.

1. They pretty much lost their whole team and both coordinators.

2. Their team has anywhere from 30 to 50 players who either have or have associated with someone who has the coronavorus.

3. Because of this they have not have not had the time to get organized. I have posted they will be a good team that will disappoint.

4. Because of this I can see them.losing at least 3 games maybe more. Hell the cow college might beat them this year.

Btw its an interesting story as to how the SEC is dealing with the coronavorus.
 
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Well guys before you get carried away with ML keep in mind a few things about LSU.

1. They pretty much lost their whole team and both coordinators.

2. Their team has anywhere from 30 to 50 players who either have or have associated with someone who has the coronavorus.

3. Because of this they have not have not had the time to get organized. I have posted they will be a good team that will disappoint.

4. Because of this I can see them.losing at least 3 games maybe more. Hell the cow college might beat them this year.

Btw its an interesting story as to how the SEC is dealing with the coronavorus.
No. 2 LOL. How exactly does that scenario even play out? “Uh coach, I heard from a friend that so and so has an aunt that has a friend who had a fever in New Braunfels and I was in New Braunfels so I better sit out for 10 days”

Do you libs even see how utterly retarded this whole deal is.

Here’s a real knee slapper for you. A guy I work with has prostate cancer so he gets an appointment to MD Anderson in Houston for yesterday. But before he could attend his appointment he had to get a covid test. Here’s where it gets outright dumb. So Sunday he had to drive to their facility to take his covid test, they call him Monday to tell him he tested negative and he can come for his scheduled appointment on Wednesday.

Someone please explain to me how that even makes any sense? Is he somehow immune from catching the covid hoax between Sunday and Wednesday?

I’m telling you libs you guys should be absolutely ashamed and embarrassed for pushing this covid crap. It has affected this country like nobody could have imagined. I can only hope Trump wins in Nov. and signs executive orders making masks optional and allowing businesses to open 100%.
Most of you libs are traitors or on fixed incomes or you’d be mad as hell like the rest of us.
 
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No. 2 LOL. How exactly does that scenario even play out? “Uh coach, I heard from a friend that so and so has an aunt that has a friend who had a fever in New Braunfels and I was in New Braunfels so I better sit out for 10 days”
If I remember right, I believe LSU as a team during the summer tried to contract Kung Flu and get it over with. Don't know how successful they were or if they even followed through, but I remembering talking about it.
 

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Better enjoy now, Nov 3 is just right around the corner. My Chrystal ball tells me the smiles will turn to tears for some folks just like 2016. And since your wife is monitoring your posts I’m sure she will recommend you forego posting for the next 4 years because you’ll be too emotionally distraught at the outcome of the election.
 
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All we need to know about the fight for the American spirit is illustrated below. There are commercials all over television depicting characters wearing masks as if this is an enduring part of our culture. They are now fashion accessories rather than temporary medical devices. There is constant discussion about the "new normal" by the Left.

I repudiate any notion that this is the "new normal." This attempt to "mask" society stands in direct opposition to the very idea of why this country was founded: desire to forge our destiny, free will, individual choice, and personal responsibility.
There are very appropriate medically-driven circumstances in which I wear a mask - when I visit my elderly, cancer-stricken mother for instance.
Other than those circumstances, I will go to my grave before I accept that wearing a mask is the new normal. Give me liberty or give me death!


 

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Man I'm really starting to enjoy reading these replies.
I don't understand your reasoning and why you use those things as any kind of slight on Texas politics.

Yes, Texas has a lot of cases and tomorrow there will be more cases to add to it. Texas also has one of the highest populations. Even though Texas has a high number of cases, hospitalizations are not up, or even higher than a normal year. The number of daily deaths are falling every day. People in Texas, especially rural Texas is pretty much carrying on as there is no longer a pandemic. People can go to restaurants, shops, parks, etc... Not many people wear masks unless it is required by the public space they are in. Schools have opened with in person students. Kids are again able to play sports and socialize and learn to act as normal individuals which is healthy for their development. Unemployment is dropping and more people are able to get back to work. All these things are happening yet we are not experiencing an increase in deaths, hospitalizations, or cases. Texas is doing well and getting better each day that we get further away from the left media induced panic that we were made to believe. Even though all these positive things are happening, you are here talking about the number of cases and how Texas must have mismanaged the pandemic without even trying to rationally think about it. You might as well put your face diaper back on and climb back down into the basement until your Governor allows you to reemerge, because the rest of us are going to get on with our lives.
 

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My Spanish is a little rusty, I think she said the sun is shining, Vote Trump, and I want to give my love to that big hunk of man Son of Wasatch!!!
Sorry dude . . . I think she said "JDCPAGolfer, please ride your white horse to come rescue me so I can live happily ever after!" Come to think of it, I'm confident that's what I heard. =)roll
 
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As of today the state of TX is now 2nd in the country in cases and casualties.
Per Capita Deaths per 100,000:

1. New Jersey 182
2. New York 170
3. Massachusetts 137
4. Connecticut 126
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18. Texas 55

I wonder if New Jersey would change places with Texas in how this has gone.

 

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No. 2 LOL. How exactly does that scenario even play out? “Uh coach, I heard from a friend that so and so has an aunt that has a friend who had a fever in New Braunfels and I was in New Braunfels so I better sit out for 10 days”

Do you libs even see how utterly retarded this whole deal is.

Here’s a real knee slapper for you. A guy I work with has prostate cancer so he gets an appointment to MD Anderson in Houston for yesterday. But before he could attend his appointment he had to get a covid test. Here’s where it gets outright dumb. So Sunday he had to drive to their facility to take his covid test, they call him Monday to tell him he tested negative and he can come for his scheduled appointment on Wednesday.

Someone please explain to me how that even makes any sense? Is he somehow immune from catching the covid hoax between Sunday and Wednesday?

I’m telling you libs you guys should be absolutely ashamed and embarrassed for pushing this covid crap. It has affected this country like nobody could have imagined. I can only hope Trump wins in Nov. and signs executive orders making masks optional and allowing businesses to open 100%.
Most of you libs are traitors or on fixed incomes or you’d be mad as hell like the rest of us.
Had a buddy have to do the same thing. It's an off-site place near the medical Center. HUGE white trailers with all this clear plastic tarps over it. I drove him up there to drop him off and he had to walk in the far right door. Said when he got in there they made him put a mask over the mask he was already wearing. Said the mask was like a diaper. Then they put a face shield on him. Said the nurses there were dressed in full on hazmat suits. He asked why he had to take a test today and show back up the next day and they said "liability".

So there you have it. The top research Center in the world for cancer is more worried about being sued than anything else.

I think that speaks volumes.
 

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Per Capita Deaths per 100,000:

1. New Jersey 182
2. New York 170
3. Massachusetts 137
4. Connecticut 126
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18. Texas 55

I wonder if New Jersey would change places with Texas in how this has gone.

Diadevic and I want to have a calm conversation with you without insults and I think you are the kind of person that can reciprocate.g That being said

The 4 most populated states are the ones with the most cases. Ok most of these cases are in densely populated like big cities and that's probably true in every state. In the case of NY it's probably the smallest of the 4 states most affected. I don't know how big FL is but it's probably bigger than NY. And then you have CA and TX the 2 biggest and most populated. And I think that's why the numbers in TX are low and it's probably the same in CA.

And in regards to the other 3. Those are 3 of the 10 smallest states. And I think that's probably the case in those states.

Btw did you ever notice that of the 10 smallest states most of them were among the 13 colonies? Lets see

NH
MA
CT
RI
DE
MD
NJ
 

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Diadevic and I want to have a calm conversation with you without insults and I think you are the kind of person that can reciprocate.g That being said

The 4 most populated states are the ones with the most cases. Ok most of these cases are in densely populated like big cities and that's probably true in every state. In the case of NY it's probably the smallest of the 4 states most affected. I don't know how big FL is but it's probably bigger than NY. And then you have CA and TX the 2 biggest and most populated. And I think that's why the numbers in TX are low and it's probably the same in CA.

And in regards to the other 3. Those are 3 of the 10 smallest states. And I think that's probably the case in those states.

Btw did you ever notice that of the 10 smallest states most of them were among the 13 colonies? Lets see

NH
MA
CT
RI
DE
MD
NJ
Well well well, look who wanted to come out to play today. It is our little CaliforniaLiberal friend who likes statistics until the stats turn against him. I see you try in Vain to paint the great State of Texas in a negative light with Covid Stats. Then BOOM you get it shoved back in your liberal face. Your quote above makes no sense. You sound like you got punched in the throat and your still trying to reply but then nothing. From you it really is the sweet sound of nothing.
 

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Well well well, look who wanted to come out to play today. It is our little CaliforniaLiberal friend who likes statistics until the stats turn against him. I see you try in Vain to paint the great State of Texas in a negative light with Covid Stats. Then BOOM you get it shoved back in your liberal face. Your quote above makes no sense. You sound like you got punched in the throat and your still trying to reply but then nothing. From you it really is the sweet sound of nothing.
Dude apparently you're a vet it's all over your avatar. It doesn't even anger you that DT has made disparaging remarks about our troops? Or that he called John McCain a war hero, a universally admired respected man a loser?

I support our troops I myself took the step on 3/31/78 and served 4 years. DT was the real draft dodger claimed he had bone spurs.

Your replies are so predictable basically rants and insults. Try to answer this one without it.
 

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Dude apparently you're a vet it's all over your avatar. It doesn't even anger you that DT has made disparaging remarks about our troops? Or that he called John McCain a war hero, a universally admired respected man a loser?

I support our troops I myself took the step on 3/31/78 and served 4 years. DT was the real draft dodger claimed he had bone spurs.

Your replies are so predictable basically rants and insults. Try to answer this one without it.
What about asthmatic Joe?
 
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What about asthmatic Joe?
Hehe, now now 1972, we will not allow you to post anymore of those pesky facts, it’s hurts the narrative!

McCain was a titty baby from the moment he lost the nomination to Bush. Dude did nothing but divide and cause problems. He’s was about as bad a Presidential candidate as Beijing Biden is
 
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Hehe, now now 1972, we will not allow you to post anymore of those pesky facts, it’s hurts the narrative!

McCain was a titty baby from the moment he lost the nomination to Bush. Dude did nothing but divide and cause problems. He’s was about as bad a Presidential candidate as Beijing Biden is
Belldozer people like you are what America is going to vote against on 11/3.
 

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Clob looks around the room and forgot that we were playing TCU this weekend.

I think I can finally get the folks in here that are experiencing more than a "healthy" amount of respect for covid (some would say fear) a way to quantify, in numbers, the odds you have with covid.


There's currently an asteroid coming around on an orbit that has a chance to hit the earth. Not a HUGE one by any means, but not one you'd want landing on your house if it survived re-entry.




Now kids, this is called "math". And while it's popular for the media to emphasize death (if it bleeds it leeds) that doesn't necessarily make it as bad as it sounds.

What if I told you that from Jan- Sept of 2020, there had been fewer overall recorded deaths in America, than from Jan-Sept of 2019?

Would you believe me? What if you didn't believe me, then did a simple Google search, only to discover that, yes, in fact there's about 90,000 give or take, fewer deaths this year than last year?

Are you still as afraid? Does 2019 seem scarier now than 2020?

Math is universal, folks. Math doesn't give a sh!t about your feelings. Math doesn't care about your emotions. Math does not care about your fears.

Math is concrete. Not abstract. Math says more Americans died last year than this year, during a pandemic.

For all the "science" that certain factions put so much faith in, this is a scientifically undeniable fact.

The science is now settled.
 
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Clob looks around the room and forgot that we were playing TCU this weekend.

I think I can finally get the folks in here that are experiencing more than a "healthy" amount if respect for covid (some would say fear) a way to quantify, in numbers, the odds you have with covid.


There's currently an asteroid coming around on an orbit that has a chance to hit the earth. Not a HUGE one by any means, but not one you'd want landing on your house if it survived re-entry.






Now kids, this is called "math". And while it's popular for the media to emphasize death (if it bleeds it leeds) that doesn't necessarily make it as bad as it sounds.

What if I told you that from Jan- Sept of 2020, there had been fewer overall recorded deaths in America, than from Jan-Sept of 2019?

Would you believe me? What if you didn't believe me, then did a simple Google search, only to discover that, yes, in fact there's about 90,000 give or take, fewer deaths this year than last year?

Are you still as afraid? Does 2019 seem scarier now than 2020?

Math is universal, folks. Math doesn't give a sh!t about your feelings. Math doesn't care about your emotions. Math does care about your fears.

Math is concrete. Not abstract. Math says more Americans died last year than this year, during a pandemic.

For all the "science" that certain factions put so much faith in, this is a scientifically undeniable fact.

The science is now settled.
Thanks @clob94 I feel better already just by reading your post. In all seriousness, that’s what’s so comical about this whole covid hoax. Fauci knows it’s overblown that’s why he’s not masked up, CNN knows 99.9% of people won’t die from it and probably most show little to no symptoms, maybe some unwanted flatulence But that’s about it but to see CNN ETAL coming out last night and today announcing that Trump tested positive for covid like he had just been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer is why these liberal news media’s can’t be taken seriously.

I literally feel embarrassed for them acting thus way when the facts are right in front of them. Talk about ignoring the obvious
 
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Clob looks around the room and forgot that we were playing TCU this weekend.

I think I can finally get the folks in here that are experiencing more than a "healthy" amount if respect for covid (some would say fear) a way to quantify, in numbers, the odds you have with covid.


There's currently an asteroid coming around on an orbit that has a chance to hit the earth. Not a HUGE one by any means, but not one you'd want landing on your house if it survived re-entry.






Now kids, this is called "math". And while it's popular for the media to emphasize death (if it bleeds it leeds) that doesn't necessarily make it as bad as it sounds.

What if I told you that from Jan- Sept of 2020, there had been fewer overall recorded deaths in America, than from Jan-Sept of 2019?

Would you believe me? What if you didn't believe me, then did a simple Google search, only to discover that, yes, in fact there's about 90,000 give or take, fewer deaths this year than last year?

Are you still as afraid? Does 2019 seem scarier now than 2020?

Math is universal, folks. Math doesn't give a sh!t about your feelings. Math doesn't care about your emotions. Math does care about your fears.

Math is concrete. Not abstract. Math says more Americans died last year than this year, during a pandemic.

For all the "science" that certain factions put so much faith in, this is a scientifically undeniable fact.

The science is now settled.
Yep . . . the facts are what they are. No "it depends". There is one result . . . one conclusion.
Sort of like pregnancy . . . it's binary. You're either pregnant or you're not. There is no in-between or it depends.
 

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Thanks @clob94 I feel better already just by reading your post. In all seriousness, that’s what’s so comical about this whole covid hoax. Fauci knows it’s overblown that’s why he’s not masked up, CNN knows 99.9% of people won’t die from it and probably most show little to no symptoms, maybe some unwanted flatulence But that’s about it but to see CNN ETAL coming out last night and today announcing that Trump tested positive for covid like he had just been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer is why these liberal news media’s can’t be taken seriously.

I literally feel embarrassed for them acting thus way when the facts are right in front of them. Talk about ignoring the obvious
I am embarrass to Bell!



 
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Thanks @clob94 I feel better already just by reading your post. In all seriousness, that’s what’s so comical about this whole covid hoax. Fauci knows it’s overblown that’s why he’s not masked up, CNN knows 99.9% of people won’t die from it and probably most show little to no symptoms, maybe some unwanted flatulence But that’s about it but to see CNN ETAL coming out last night and today announcing that Trump tested positive for covid like he had just been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer is why these liberal news media’s can’t be taken seriously.

I literally feel embarrassed for them acting thus way when the facts are right in front of them. Talk about ignoring the obvious
But, wait, my weather app says that there's a 0.01% chance of rain today. I'm really pissed no one is using an umbrella and a rain coat outside. I should report them to the local authorities.
 
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Well well well our potus and the first lady have tested positive for the coronavirus the news was released this morning.

This same man who mocked the coronavirus. The same man who didn't wear a mask. There is a wh aid who caught it. Obviously the potus and nobody in the wh took this seriously.