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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashmont View Post
    It's fun when you're right so often!
    Dude? You've been wrong about every single prediction you've made.
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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paradoxical View Post
    Learning what ostriches do is not a education.
    So, now you care about ostriches. LMFAO. Quit digging, Paradoxical.

    I DON'T GIVE TWO ****S ABOUT VIRUS NAMES.

    Clear? That you and Trump do care is a huge mystery to me.

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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paradoxical View Post
    You're right. I don't much care about or for your stuffy country anyway.
    You just can't let it go though...
    Never eat anything that's served in a bucket.

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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by roberthughey View Post
    New York may be weeks away from reaching a peak in coronavirus cases. Now other states are preparing for surges.

    New York may be weeks away from reaching a peak in coronavirus cases. Now other states are preparing for surges - CNN
    New York has wayyyy too many people in a small area. All those condos, high rises and apartments squeezed together like sardines?? This is natures way of saying there are too many humans in one spot. Humans should learn from this. The more densely populated we become, the more susceptible we are to the flu and viruses.

    PS. I expect liberals to say this post is callous and mean.
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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    You just can't let it go though...
    Sure I can. I really don't give your country that much thought other than laughing at the clowns on BBC. When I think CNN and MSNBC here is bad, all I gotta do is watch the ridiculous "news" people on the BBC. It's no wonder your country is in such a mess with their continual indoctrination. Does BBC stand for Britain Communist Control network?
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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paradoxical View Post
    Big liberals love high taxation and wasteful spending.
    True.
    However, there's quite a bit of spending which comes from the GOP side, who are supposed to be representing conservatism, including fiscal and WRT government power and intervention.
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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by eohrnberger View Post
    True.
    However, there's quite a bit of spending which comes from the GOP side, who are supposed to be representing conservatism, including fiscal and WRT government power and intervention.
    I agree.
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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    Not really.

    But just for fun, if we want to address the deficit, then let's reverse the ridiculous corporate tax cut and raise the upper tax brackets from 32 to 35%, 35 to 38%, and 37 to 40%.

    And add a new bracket for income over $50 million at 50%.

    Also cut the estate tax (the "earn it yourself tax") exemption in half.

    Want to get serious? Let's get serious.
    I'm still not understanding why these items are in the CoronoVirus response legislation just signed into law:

    • $25 million in the Senate bill went to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. During the past ten years, the center received $68.3 million in federal grants (2010-2019). The Kennedy Center has total assets of $557 million. The Pelosi bill earmarked $35 million.
    • $75 million in the Senate bill funded the Corporation For Public Broadcasting. Why do National Public Radio and Big Bird get a coronavirus subsidy? The Pelosi bill allocated $300 million.
    • $1.2 billion in the Pelosi bill to require airlines to purchase expensive “renewable” jet fuel. It was $200 million per year in grants (2021-2026) to “develop, transport, and store sustainable aviation fuels that would reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.” The Senate bill eliminated this provision.


    • $250 million to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The subsidy would cover “taxpayer services,” “enforcement,” and “operations support.” The Pelosi bill provided $602 million.
    • $350 million to the State Department for “migration and Refugee Assistance.” This funding would help minimize the virus spread among vulnerable populations. The Pelosi bill earmarked $300 million.
    • $400 million to the federal Election Assistance Commission to assist the states with “election security grants.” The Pelosi bill provided $4 billion.


    Is There Wasteful Spending In The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill?
    Yeah, let's get serious.
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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashmont View Post
    Guys, recall a couple of days ago, the president ignited the stock market by proclaiming America would be open for business Easter week. Looks like the great man's optimism worked. DJIA has risen 3000 points in three days!! Now the libs have to give him credit for this giant boost since they did the same for 0bummer in 2009 when the market went up after he tanked it.

    The president's optimism is borne out by the current trend which, for eight days running, saw the 3-day rolling average increse DROP yet again. Mashmont is still sticking with the view the curve will be going downhill Easter week as the president proclaims. Recall, I was the only scientist saying this a few days ago. Now others have joined in. The differs sharply from the leftwing 'scientists' saying this current cycle could go through mid-to-late summer (absurd!)

    I am now getting my past numbers from infection2020.com. Here are the numbers, and here are the predictions for the next three days in red: Let's see how we do.

    Mar 16-19 4727 14332 312% increase
    Mar 17-20 6507 19762 304% increase
    Mar 18-21 9421 26881 285% increase
    Mar 19-22 14332 35226 245% increase
    Mar 20-23 19762 46455 218% increase
    Mar 21-24 26881 55225 205% increase
    Mar 22-25 35226 69222 196% increase
    Mar 23-26 46455 86043 185% increase
    Mar 24-27 55225 96643 175% increase
    Mar 25-28 69222 114909 166% increase
    Mar 26-29 86043 134227 156% increase
    Hmm.. let’s see how this compares to your previous prediction. You said 81,000 cases on the 31st. We’re well over 100k on the 27th. It doesn’t look like you have any idea what you’re talking about. You’re not even close.

    We’ve been growing consistently doubling every three days or 10x every 8 days. We had a slightly higher rate briefly because of a surge in tests. There is no reason to suspect that the upcoming week will differ significantly from the previous. Maybe it will take 9-10 days to increase by a factor of 10.

    Doubling is a 100% increase. You’re predicting the rate of increase to cut in half in 4-5 days. This is why trump supporters cannot be trusted with other people’s lives or money.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mashmont View Post
    Note. Predictions are in red. They have not happened yet.


    3-Day: Cases Beg: Cases End:


    Mar 18-21 6332 19862 313% increase
    Mar 19-22 9572 27021 282% increase
    Mar 20-23 14312 35409 247% increase
    Mar 21-24 19862 46158 232% increase
    Mar 22-25 27021 54428 201% increase
    Mar 23-26 35409 66710 190% increase
    Mar 27-30 46158 78468 170% increase
    Mar 28-31 54428 81642 150% increase

    Remember Mashmont's predictions, people. Only 10,400 deaths, max. Only 130,000 COVID cases, max. This wouldn't make a garden variety flu season. Can you say hoax?

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    Re: UPDATE: Curve Continues To Flatten - Just As Mashmont Predicted.

    Quote Originally Posted by jpn View Post
    Mashmont's prediction two days ago:

    "Remember Mashmont's predictions, people. Only 10,400 deaths, max. Only 130,000 COVID cases, max. This wouldn't make a garden variety flu season. Can you say hoax?"
    I remember some genius saying 100,000...
    Quote Originally Posted by EMNofSeattle View Post
    It does not in fact bother me that poor people exist. They are supposed to, poverty is the default state of human existence.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mashmont View Post
    Remember Mashmont's predictions, people. Only 10,400 deaths, max. Only 130,000 COVID cases, max. This wouldn't make a garden variety flu season. Can you say hoax?

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