Yeah, i feel like people today if they'd been living in london in ww2, a few weeks in would have been like 'well we tried this covering up the lights and stuff at night during bombing raids, but we can't keep doing this forever, just have to go back to normal and reopen everything'.
So true. Patriots in the past made great sacrifices to protect for the good of their countries - spending years away from their family and friends in foreign lands and putting themselves at risk of being shot or bombed. Even people that stayed at home sacrificed a lot during World War II with rationing and taking hard jobs they didn't really like to support the war effort.Now we have a bunch of people running around claiming to be patriots that think wearing a mask and staying 6 feet away from others is far too great a sacrifice to make to protect the country from an invader (the virus). And then they call liberals and moderates fragile snowflakes. Who are the real snowflakes here? Maybe the ones that can't tolerate any disruption in their normal lives? And who are the real patriots? Maybe the ones that are making sacrifices (wearing masks and social distancing) for the good of the country?
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In Texas we really never had real quarantine
Hope you guys make it out this alive
@Hypnos0929 : I'm already feeling much better. But without test results, I can't return to work. The urgent care is dragging its feet.
Someone tell Uncle Donny it is not over yet. Round the corner? Keeps going faster.
Which are what?
Basically, stay at home as much as possible. And no large gatherings.
Very true. Viruses are never "cured", people just get immunity via some means, whether natural or artificial.
herd immunity doesn't work