Right? Totally not serious. Gonna be back to normal next week.Our stay at home order says that you can go out for essential functions like going to the store or walking your dog. I shit you not, literally says walking your dog. Ask me how I know this isn't that serious.
Nothing serious happening at all...Ask me how I know this isn't that serious.
I don't recall anyone saying that the death of half of a million Americans is a good thing - it's a horrible thing, but it's a reality that we accept year in and year out. The only thing changing here is the cause of death. Dead people do make bad employees and customers, but bad economies also make dead people. Don't think for a second that there aren't casualties and widespread misery on both sides of the line...@Noahfecks
First, do you really think death of 500,000 or so Americans, with the associated hospitalization of those who die and the millions of others hospitalized won't impact the economy? Dead people make bad employees and customers.
And that is besides the very simply fact that you are willing to sacrifice the lives of half a million or so people just to keep your personal standard of living up is pathetic at best.
I don't think anybody does.I don't think I understand the situation very well.