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 on: Today at 06:14:22 PM 
Started by PhillyGirl - Last post by General_Failure
Black people are going to have to start wearing Walter White full head masks to survive in the US.

 on: Today at 06:01:11 PM 
Started by PoopyfaceMcGee - Last post by Munson

 on: Today at 04:51:25 PM 
Started by PhillyGirl - Last post by Rome
So “Birding While Black” is now a thing thanks to a lying Karen in Central Park.

 on: Today at 04:36:40 PM 
Started by PhillyGirl - Last post by Geowhizzer
This could have gone in any number of threads.  Figured this one was the closest to the impact.  Fargin' Florida.

 on: Today at 03:48:03 PM 
Started by Geowhizzer - Last post by PhillyPhreak54
It would also be nice to know real numbers and not some suppressed, edited and juked stats by MAGAT governors.

 on: Today at 03:47:27 PM 
Started by Geowhizzer - Last post by Munson
Not every state reports shtein in a way that makes sense so hard to tell...but from what I can tell on North Carolina's website, looks to me like the big worry is their hospitalization rate has increased over the last 7-10 days.

 on: Today at 03:27:18 PM 
Started by Geowhizzer - Last post by Diomedes
It would be nice to know how much of the increase can be attributed to increased testing, and how much to relaxed public health protections.

 on: Today at 03:17:18 PM 
Started by Geowhizzer - Last post by General_Failure
Welcome to the SD Memorial Thread. Where U.S. coronavirus cases are on the rise

Twenty U.S. states reported an increase in new cases of COVID-19 for the week ended May 24, up from 13 states in the prior week, as the death toll from the novel coronavirus approaches 100,000, according to a Reuters analysis.

South Carolina had the biggest weekly increase at 42%. Alabama’s new cases rose 28% from the previous week, Missouri’s rose 27% and North Carolina’s rose 26%, according to the analysis of data from The COVID Tracking Project, a volunteer-run effort to track the outbreak.

New cases in Georgia, one of the first states to reopen, rose 21% after two weeks of declines. (Open in an external browser for a Reuters interactive)

Nationally, new cases of COVID-19 fell 0.8% for the week ended May 24, compared with a decline of 8% in the prior week. All 50 states have now at least partially reopened, raising fears among some health officials of a second wave of outbreaks. The increase in cases could also be due to more testing.

 on: Today at 03:06:59 PM 
Started by Diomedes - Last post by PhillyPhreak54
I'd burn the house down of whomever did that.

The sound tubes are stupid. I took mine off. I can hear my exhaust just fine without it.

 on: Today at 02:39:34 PM 
Started by Wingspan - Last post by General_Failure
She keeps that outfit for the rest of her time on that show. Like I said, it got more dumb.

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