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Posted by Maya @ 21:51 on May 2, 2020  



Virus Never Sleeps

Posted by Maya @ 19:16 on May 2, 2020  


Total cases: 620 (1 newly reported)
Hawai’i County: 73
Honolulu County: 400
Kaua’i County: 21
Maui County: 117*
Pending: 0
Residents diagnosed outside of Hawai‘i: 9
Required Hospitalization: 72†
Hawaii deaths: 16
Released from Isolation: 541
Cumulative totals as of 12:00pm, May 2, 2020

One new case on Maui.

Maya, Tree Frog

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:12 on May 2, 2020  

Being in the medical field so long I’m more interested at this point the number of actual not assumed or substandard tests of infected with the serious form and how many survived.
Without actual treatment of antivirals anti inflammatory drugs all they got was palliative care. Stuck on a ventilator and maybe given antibiotics to treat a possible secondary infection from the pneumonia like symptoms from the cytokine storm and not treating the cytokine storm which you can die from by itself.

Supportive palliative care is all they got of basic needs without treatment for cause and effect except by a few pioneers doctors initially. Status quo, no new thinking or questions protocols and if they did they were conspiracy theorists while waiting for a quick fix vaccine. It all sounded more like a commercial for vaccines and dictators further infringement on people’s rights instead of saving lives, in the guise of saving lives.

treefrog @ 18:19

Posted by Maya @ 18:36 on May 2, 2020  

But you are missing a very important number in that calculation…. what was the TOTAL number of infected… and then what part of that number is the 1364 that died.   That will give you the mortality rate of those who catch the infection.

Comparing the infected to the state’s total population ( if large) will tell how good a job y’all are doing at not sharing bodily fluids!  🙂

sales job.

Posted by treefrog @ 18:19 on May 2, 2020  

florida’s population is 21.5 million.

the state dept. of health tells us that so far 1,364 of us have died of CV-19.

my calculator tells me that’s one in more than fifteen thousand, or 0.006 percent.

ladies and gentlemen, i think we’ve been sold a load of bullsh*t.


Posted by ipso facto @ 16:10 on May 2, 2020  

No matter how blessed a place is by nature the politicians can turn it to crap!

Argentina had some of the highest living standards in the world in the 1910’s and 20’s … and then turned left.

ipso facto @ 9:33

Posted by Maya @ 15:39 on May 2, 2020  

Back in the late 60’s I knew an Argentine gentleman in my small midwestern hometown.  He was incredibly smart and talented, and spoke perfect English.  He was a dentist, played classical piano, and was an extra class amateur radio operator where I knew him from the club.  I once asked him why he left Argentina.  “The political class are idiots!” was his reply.   Some things never change, it seems.

Vote in the Poll Vote in the Poll

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:16 on May 2, 2020  

Maya @ 22:11 re: Argentina

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:33 on May 2, 2020  

Gonna be some cryin by mining investors if they start nationalizing mines! I don’t trust that place at all. How many times have they defaulted on their debt? Mucho!


I’m a little behind on the tent right now but here’s a bombshell from Chris Martenson, if you have not yet heard it.

Posted by silverngold @ 9:28 on May 2, 2020  

You T/A Guys

Posted by Buygold @ 8:06 on May 2, 2020  

So did yesterday’s close negate/change the potential downtrend on the weekly?

Pretty good day, although silver struggled a bit.

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