The Varsity Level
What in the hell happened? Lansing was just stoked about good news with everyone testing negative and returning to practice a couple days ago?
The problem is that literally everything this year revolves around the pandemic. I think we can all admit that this pandemic couldn't have happened in a worse year (election year). Everything about this virus has been politicized unfortunately. It may have happened in a non-election year too, but I'm not sure it would've happened to this level.Looks like we may have to continue with politics.
They're not. Last week I think it was between 15-20 games that got cancelled. I feel like it's been a solid 10-20 each week but I could be wrong. Only reason it's fresh in my mind is I was watching college gameday earlier this morning and they mentioned it.How do football teams play week in and week out? And we have to cancel all these tournaments with a sport where 6-7 guys are needed?
Are you a therapist? Pretty sure thousands of folks are happy w/ bashing politicos, lawyers and othersNever Trumper eh? All fine and dandy to not be a fan of his, but posts like this are just plain ignorant. “ONLY thing he’s ever said to be factually correct.” Is that a factual statement?
y’all will be a lot happier if you could come on this site and talk about Sycamore basketball. My grandma and grandpa and both in the hospital right now with COVID. It sucks, but they will both be home this week and will recover.
This virus and every virus is agnostic, apolitical and "blind to time & dates" every other year is an election year, the only issue w/ COVID and the 2020 Presidential election was it's use by politicos as a campaign issue; just as politicos use anything they can find that "gains legs" as a campaign issueThe problem is that literally everything this year revolves around the pandemic. I think we can all admit that this pandemic couldn't have happened in a worse year (election year). Everything about this virus has been politicized unfortunately. It may have happened in a non-election year too, but I'm not sure it would've happened to this level.
absolutely agree on urban vs rural areas needing to do what's best for themselves but you could have a OTR driver who picks up the virus in one area and brings it into another, the bitch w/ this virus -- all of the pros are learning about it on the flyThe biggest thing I think people on both sides need to realize is that everywhere is different. I can actually understand a lot of the restrictions and partial shutdowns in places like NYC and Chicago where you have thousands of people living per square mile. Doing a shut down in rural Kansas though is just ridiculous. I picked a random county in western Kansas (Lane County) and they've had 79 cases and 2 deaths. I actually started scrolling through and there are a lot of counties there that haven't even had 1 death yet and many others that have only had 2 or 3. People that live in these rural areas and small towns already practice social distancing and the chances of it being spread rapidly in these areas just isn't that likely.
Yeah...With colder temps ahead they might not need them.Apparently the "local funeral homes are doing just fine". The sky is definitely not falling in Terre Haute. I'd say the chances of those trucks being used is very small.
The Vigo County Health Department is monitoring climbing COVID-19 case numbers and local mortality rates. Health officials said refrigerated trucks have always been an option they considered having. They said the trucks may be needed, but right now one funeral home says it's not time to bring...www.google.com