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On 7/31/2020 at 2:12 PM, RichardColeman said:

7,800,000,000 people in the world, 670,000 ish have died from covid - so, 99.9992% are now living with 20-30% of total economic destruction of the planet for 0.0008 of the world population that died, whilst growing the earth population 40,000,000 more than covid deaths at the same time. Let that sink in !

 

Just get on with life, this is complete bull toilet now.

 

Open the planet, wear a mask and get on with it. 

 

on top of that, its advanced age retirees that make up for almost all covid deaths.

this age group isnt going to beach/bar/resturants/work/school/riots,

they just keep on waiting for death in their death bed

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3 hours ago, scammed said:

on top of that, its advanced age retirees that make up for almost all covid deaths.

this age group isnt going to beach/bar/resturants/work/school/riots,

they just keep on waiting for death in their death bed

Well you're obviously not anywhere near 70 with a monthly reasonable disposable income ( no rent or mortgage ) doing a bit of travelling, eating out at nice places etc.

Obviously a fan of Logan's Run.

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19 minutes ago, overherebc said:

Well you're obviously not anywhere near 70 with a monthly reasonable disposable income ( no rent or mortgage ) doing a bit of travelling, eating out at nice places etc.

Obviously a fan of Logan's Run.

the 65-69 age group isnt the advanced age retirees i refer to,

in fact that group is hardly represented at all, 

its an exponential curve so it doesnt really pick up speed until age 75.

the reason the curve drops off at age 90 is cause there is barely anyone left to die

covid-19 death by age.jpg

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