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Apple Of My Eye (See You In Tulsa)

"Everyone’s really, really excited".

US equities chopped around on Friday, as expected, with more incrementally negative headlines on rising coronavirus cases weighing on sentiment headed into the weekend. Apple said it will temporarily reclose 11 stores in four states out of what the company called "an abundance of caution". Most locations across the country had been reopened, albeit with some restrictions, including curbside pickup and by-appointment-only shopping. The affected locations are in Arizona, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina. There was no timeline for reopening the newly shuttered retail outlets beyond the company's statement to Bloomberg, which said Apple "look[s] forward to having our teams and customers back as soon as possible". Shares were not amused, and neither was the broader market, which swooned when the news first crossed. This will (rightly or wrongly) be seen as a possible harbinger of what's in store for the world's largest economy if what Larry Kudlow has called "relatively small bumps" turn into an undeniable "second wave". The figure shows new COVID-19 cases in Tulsa County, where infections jumped by a record this week. The trend is not difficult to discern. Against th
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10 comments on “Apple Of My Eye (See You In Tulsa)

  1. Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes

    Does this mean as a lowlife he will not be attending his own rally?

  2. Yup, and most of his cabinet.

  3. Dan says:

    Again, let them swap spit for all I care.

  4. jyl says:

    Project Warp Speed is planning mobile clinical trial centers i.e. nimbly targeting vaccine trial recruitment to the cities with the most viral transmission. It should co-locate with Trump rallies, and a condition of admittance should be participation in the trials. The participant pool thus obtained would lack diversity. To balance, the trials could also recruit from the workers at the hotels, convention centers, food service etc serving the rallies. For them, the chance to receive a vaccine would be a workplace safety perk.

  5. Pete K says:

    Things sure didn’t turn out as expected, there was no overflow crowd and the arena was barely ⅔ full. Photos and video from the event showed the upper level seats being almost completely empty. Apparently a lot of Oklahomans are getting tired of all the winning.

    • Turns out a bunch of teenagers fooled Brad Parscale by registering for tickets under silly e-mail addresses — or at least according to all kinds of media reports. Apparently, the campaign got duped. There was never going to be a large crowd.

  6. In a Machiavellian sort of way is a disappointment as the super spreader event among supporters will be less effective at eroding his base.

  7. Administration fooled by a bunch of teenagers. These are the people in charge of our country.

  8. Maybe they were Russian, Iranian and Chinese teenage hackers trying to put some zing in their resumes??

  9. jamaican says:

    Maybe that, too.
    But the majority reportedly seems to have been TikTok users and K-Pop fans who were smart enough to erase their videos after 24 hrs.
    I guess Mr. Parscale, who was hired because of his presumed his social media savvy will probably soon be resigned.

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