‘A Lot Of Death, Unfortunately’, And One Curve You Don’t Want To Flatten

‘A Lot Of Death, Unfortunately’, And One Curve You Don’t Want To Flatten

“There will be a lot of death, unfortunately", Donald Trump said Saturday, addressing reporters (and the nation) on a day when the US death toll from coronavirus hit 8,405. More than 300,000 Americans have been infected, nearly triple the next highest country total globally. “There’s going to be a very, very deadly period", Trump went on to say. "I really believe we probably have never seen anything like these kind of numbers". [video width="1280" height="720" mp4="https://heisenbergrep
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One thought on “‘A Lot Of Death, Unfortunately’, And One Curve You Don’t Want To Flatten

  1. I see Camus’ “The Plauge” is being widely read. Here in N.Y. we are at the point where you realize it is your own breath that may kill the ones you love.
    Our President and council let greed guide early inaction. Vanity precludes wearing masks. A malaria pill is the Presidents personal hope.
    Aeschylus cast the press as chorus.
    Nietzsche should be here for this.

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