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  1. Seriously, "emergency fund"? It's so typical for this country. Think about it. People who made over $75K a year ($150K really for families) were likewise paying shitload of taxes, so surely can too expect a hand rather than a finger in a dire situation, right? Perhaps even proportional to their past contributions or a last month pay because hey, that's what they're gonna be missing these days, the last month pay. The other extreme, a bum leaving under a bridge hardly experienced any dramatic change in his life. He didn't work, he doesn't work. So what again is he supposed to be compensated here for? Plus, gross income reported in 2018 or 2019 tax years may not really be an accurate indication of a person's current living situation.
  2. That's a stupid calc. It uses past tax return data and has a phase out. Poors will be happy to get a free hundred, but what about people who had income, still have matching expenses, but now have to sit w/o a dime due to the closures and apparently get nothing? Want to compensate everybody for shutting everything down? Do it fairly.
  3. Why did they take those tests?
  4. eaf

    Skison 19/20

    Everything is beautiful about this sign. Cardboard, clumsy letters, arrogant wording and a one-for-all signature. If it's not just for trolling on FB, the person who wrote it is pitiful.
  5. That was an early start for a happy hour!
  6. This is worse than the virus.
  7. What to do in a quarantine:
  8. Speaking of Big Brother. How do ya all feel about e.g. this: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/06/more-scary-than-coronavirus-south-koreas-health-alerts-expose-private-lives?
  9. It's a beautiful day to be outside today. I biked. Quite a few people on the trail with dogs or running. One of the perks of working from home.
  10. Some of my most favorite seasons of Survivor are those with James, the big macho grave digger. I'll say for those who didn't watch it that he struggled a lot initially. Might explain why I'm so concerned of how you eat, live and don't run out of cash.
  11. Here's a fresh thought: "Once interventions are relaxed (in the example in Figure 3, from September onwards), infections begin to rise, resulting in a predicted peak epidemic later in the year. The more successful a strategy is at temporary suppression, the larger the later epidemic is predicted to be in the absence of vaccination, due to lesser build-up of herd immunity."
  12. I'm bored of this topic. Let's watch something cool instead.
  13. Nah, it was novel. They've operated on the statistics they've had at that time, you're accusing them based on the fact you came to know only now.
  14. Yeah, yeah, it didn't work, they've changed the plans, I already said it. Still it was a novel way of thinking. This quarantine doesn't do much either yet. The curves are still shooting for the stars. May have helped in China, but China is China.
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