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LOL LOL LOL

Simple arithmetic LOL

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6 minutes ago, Canuck1966 said:

Plenty more dead in SEA than recorded due to no testing and village hospitals that don't perform autopsies 

Good to save face LOL LOL LOL

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9 minutes ago, Canuck1966 said:

Plenty more dead in SEA than recorded due to no testing and village hospitals that don't perform autopsies 

LOL LOL LOL

Gotta justify myself LOL LOL

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https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200716-the-people-with-hidden-protection-from-covid-19?xtor=ES-213-[BBC Features Newsletter]-2020July24-[Future|+Button]

 

i rank asians on top then white & middle east for long proud exposure to chinese virus export,

native americans at rock bottom of the list, tho now after 500 years of exposure they are catching up

 

there is enough inverse correlation to mask hypothesis to discard it

as an explanation, and sweden with now zero new incidents suggest

shutdown and quarantine is equally insignificant,

the only thing that can be proven beyond reasonable doubt is that its dumb to

send infected to nursing homes with very old people, the most susceptible

group by far. many leaders of ours did exactly that,

we would have been better off without leaders,

they fessed up and are now double down by ruining the economy

 

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52 minutes ago, twocatsmac said:

China didn’t want to s**t on its doorstep.

I really wouldn't be surprised if it was "engineered" (or by accident)

to be less lethal to Asians.

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