Monday, May 25, 2020

young equals stupifd


We all know  when you are young you are stupid .....i was  didn't  care ....i thought i was  indestructible .....it will kill all stupid  people off then....we have all been there  ......wisdom comes with age ......i wished i knew all this when i was  younger  .... but i didn't  care  like all youth .....
youth and enthusiasm will always be  squashed by age and ruthlessness ......its a fact jack .....when you are older .....the game changes ......





onavirus is reportedly killing young people at unprecedented rates in developing countries

ecranley@businessinsider.com (Ellen Cranley)
Business Insider
The Vila Formosa cemetery, where the dead bodies of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic victims are buried in Sao Paulo, Brazil on May 22, 2020.
The Vila Formosa cemetery, where the dead bodies of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic victims are buried in Sao Paulo, Brazil on May 22, 2020.
  • Younger people in developing countries have been dying at unprecedented rates from the novel coronavirus, according to The Washington Post
  • The Post reported that people under 50 made up 5% of deaths, and nearly half of the dead in India were younger than 60. 
  • The new analysis comes as Latin America and India emerge as hotspots in the coronavirus pandemic. 
  • Data from the developing world and initial demographic indicators reported from the US highlight the grim effect socioeconomic factors have on who is more likely to be infected or killed by the virus. 
Younger people are dying at unprecedented rates from COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, as developing countries become new hotspots for the pandemic, The Washington Post reported.
As the coronavirus has been ravaging countries in the developing world like Brazil and India, young people make up a population of the victims and hospitalized patients at a rate unseen in previous epicenters, according to the report.
In Brazil, people under 50 account for 5% of deaths, ten times greater than that recorded in Italy or Spain, the Post reported, and in Mexico, nearly one-fourth of the dead were aged between 25 and 49. In India, another rising hotspot, officials reported this month that nearly half of the dead were younger than 60, according to the Post.
The same trends can be seen in hospitalizations for patients with extreme cases, the Post reported, like in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state, where more than two-thirds of hospitalizations are for people younger than 49.
The Post wrote that experts point to existing issues like overwhelmed healthcare, extreme poverty, and inequality as exacerbating factors in the death tolls recorded in developing countries. 
In India, the explosion of cases in Mumbai has been connected to the dense cityscape and the conditions in areas like Dharavi, Asia's largest slum, where hospitals are overwhelmed, police forces overextended, and social distancing is impossible, the New York Times reported
Though authorities announced in the initial weeks of the pandemic that older individuals were the most at-risk of death from the novel coronavirus, the past few months have provided widespread evidence that infection and serious cases are likely to strike younger people between 20 and 44 and analysis like the Post's highlights the grim effect socioeconomic factors have on who is more likely to dodge or survive the virus. 
In the US, officials have identified sharply higher rates of coronavirus infections and deaths among non-white Americans in preliminary data that have been connected to higher rates of co-morbid diseases and other issues like limited access to healthcare. 




stupidity


Well all i can say is they deserve to die .....you play you pay  ...stupid desperate lonely people fuck up .......maybe a  few or more need to die  to set an example ......less resources used  if they croak .....maybe i can buy their  car cheap .....stupid fucks 




Footage of packed pool party at Houston club draws criticism

Ben Kesslen and Mohammed Syed
NBC News
 
 
 
 
A Houston club is under fire after footage surfaced of it hosting busy pool parties over Memorial Day weekend, despite state social distancing guidelines.
Video of a pool party on Saturday at Clé Houston, a club in the city’s Midtown, shows a crowded outdoor gathering with no masks in sight.
Bars and clubs were allowed to reopen in Texas after COVID-19 lockdowns, but only at 25 percent capacity. It was not clear what percentage capacity Clé Houston had reached during the weekend pool parties. The club could not immediately be reached on Monday by NBC News.
Houston's fire chief, Samuel Pena, said on Twitter that his department has responded to about 300 complaints of violations of the governor’s reopening orders over Memorial Day weekend.
The city's mayor, Sylvester Turner, said Houston will close businesses that don’t follow state guidelines.
"There are too many people that are coming together to some of our clubs, our bars, swimming pool parties, no social distancing, no masks," Turner said during a press conference Sunday, according to NBC Houston affiliate KPRC. "You are forcing us to step in for public health reasons to say no, we’re not going to allow that."
The footage of the Houston club comes after footage of another pool party, at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks, sparked outrage after showing hundreds of reported attendees appearing to ignore social distancing guidelines.



Monday, May 18, 2020

i hope so


I do hope we stop getting shit from china .....that's all it is...... pure  cheap shit ....it might be worth paying a little extra for stuff not made by abused  kids .....every fucking week we  get recalls  because china makes shit ........look at air bags ......i am certainly hoping that china takes a fucking dump ...no one trusts them.......they are dishonest sneaky and  ruthless  ....they always  cause fucking problems ......i have said before and will again ......its a fucking  disgusting country.......culture ......and people .........they are racist ......and hate  everyone .......who is not Chinese ....they  pretend  to be nice .........but they are evil empire of people ......they don't give a fuck about anyone .......or  anything ....and they have no respect for  life on  any form at all .....

U.S. mulls paying companies, tax breaks to pull supply chains from China
Andrea Shalal, Alexandra Alper and Patricia Zengerle
Reuters

U.S. considers urging American companies to pull supply chains from China

U.S. lawmakers and officials are crafting proposals to push American companies to move operations or key suppliers out of China that include tax breaks, new rules and carefully structured subsidies.
By Andrea Shalal, Alexandra Alper and Patricia Zengerle
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers and officials are crafting proposals to push American companies to move operations or key suppliers out of China that include tax breaks, new rules, and carefully structured subsidies.
Interviews with a dozen current and former government officials, industry executives and members of Congress show widespread discussions underway - including the idea of a "reshoring fund" originally stocked with $25 billion - to encourage U.S. companies to drastically revamp their relationship with China.
President Donald Trump has long pledged to bring manufacturing back from overseas, but the recent spread of the coronavirus and related concerns about U.S. medical and food supply chains dependency on China are "turbocharging" new enthusiasm for the idea in the White House.
On Thursday, Trump signed an executive order that gave a U.S. overseas investment agency new powers to help manufacturers in the United States. The goal, Trump said, is to "produce everything America needs for ourselves and then export to the world, and that includes medicines."
But the Trump administration itself remains divided over how best to proceed, and the issue is unlikely to be addressed in the next fiscal stimulus to offset the coronavirus downturn. Congress has begun work on another fiscal stimulus package but it remains unclear when it might pass.
The push takes on special resonance in an election year. While anti-China, pro-American job proposals could play well with voters, giving taxpayer money or tax breaks to companies that moved supply chains to China at a time when small business is flailing may not.

BIPARTISAN APPEAL
Both Republicans and Democrats are crafting bills to decrease U.S. reliance on China-made products, which accounted for some 18% of overall imports in 2019.
"The whole subject of supply chains and integrity of supply chains... does have a greater place in members' minds," Representative Mac Thornberry, the top Republican on the House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, told reporters May 7.
The medical supply chain and defense-related goods are top of the list.
"Coronavirus has been a painful wakeup call that we are too reliant on nations like China for critical medical supplies," said U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham in a press release on Friday. He is expected to issue a new bill this week.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley is pushing for local content rules for medical supply chains, and "generous investment subsidies" to encourage increased domestic production of a range of goods and components. Republican Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill May 10 that would bar sale of some sensitive goods to China, and raise taxes on U.S. companies' income from China.
A bipartisan bill introduced by Democratic Representative Anna Eschoo and Republican Representative Susan Brooks would commission a panel to recommend ways to cut drug supply reliance on China.
Republican Representative Mark Green's "SOS Act" proposes funding takeovers of vulnerable U.S. companies that are critical to our national security.
Lawmakers also hope to include reshoring provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, a $740 billion bill setting policy for the Pentagon that Congress passes every year.

PAY TO STAY
A controversial idea being floated in Washington would allocate as much as $25 billion to companies that make essential goods to move production home, ensuring that even products far down the supply chain were sourced domestically, according to two administration officials.
No lawmaker has publicly embraced it, but several congressional aides acknowledged it is part of the broader discussion in Congress. One of the administration officials said states could administer the funds through their separate economic development organizations.
That would be a boon for states that are struggling to pay their own bills after widespread lockdowns, plummeting tax revenues, and a huge surge in COVID-related costs, one state official said.
But given longstanding concerns about the government setting "industrial policy", the notion of subsidizing industry directly is polarizing, even among Trump's top advisers.
Outright subsidies are a non-starter, said one of the two administrative sources. "Internally some are questioning why we should be providing funds to companies that have left in recent years."
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow has talked publicly about using tax incentives instead to prod U.S. companies to move some manufacturing home.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro wants the federal government to buy more U.S.-made medical goods and drugs, but Trump has not signed an executive order Navarro is promoting.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and others favor building trusted networks of drug and medical suppliers, s







uters

U.S. mulls paying companies, tax breaks to pull supply chains from China

Andrea Shalal, Alexandra Alper and Patricia Zengerle
Reuters

U.S. considers urging American companies to pull supply chains from China

U.S. lawmakers and officials are crafting proposals to push American companies to move operations or key suppliers out of China that include tax breaks, new rules and carefully structured subsidies.
By Andrea Shalal, Alexandra Alper and Patricia Zengerle
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers and officials are crafting proposals to push American companies to move operations or key suppliers out of China that include tax breaks, new rules, and carefully structured subsidies.
Interviews with a dozen current and former government officials, industry executives and members of Congress show widespread discussions underway - including the idea of a "reshoring fund" originally stocked with $25 billion - to encourage U.S. companies to drastically revamp their relationship with China.
President Donald Trump has long pledged to bring manufacturing back from overseas, but the recent spread of the coronavirus and related concerns about U.S. medical and food supply chains dependency on China are "turbocharging" new enthusiasm for the idea in the White House.
On Thursday, Trump signed an executive order that gave a U.S. overseas investment agency new powers to help manufacturers in the United States. The goal, Trump said, is to "produce everything America needs for ourselves and then export to the world, and that includes medicines."
But the Trump administration itself remains divided over how best to proceed, and the issue is unlikely to be addressed in the next fiscal stimulus to offset the coronavirus downturn. Congress has begun work on another fiscal stimulus package but it remains unclear when it might pass.
The push takes on special resonance in an election year. While anti-China, pro-American job proposals could play well with voters, giving taxpayer money or tax breaks to companies that moved supply chains to China at a time when small business is flailing may not.

BIPARTISAN APPEAL
Both Republicans and Democrats are crafting bills to decrease U.S. reliance on China-made products, which accounted for some 18% of overall imports in 2019.
"The whole subject of supply chains and integrity of supply chains... does have a greater place in members' minds," Representative Mac Thornberry, the top Republican on the House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, told reporters May 7.
The medical supply chain and defense-related goods are top of the list.
"Coronavirus has been a painful wakeup call that we are too reliant on nations like China for critical medical supplies," said U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham in a press release on Friday. He is expected to issue a new bill this week.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley is pushing for local content rules for medical supply chains, and "generous investment subsidies" to encourage increased domestic production of a range of goods and components. Republican Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill May 10 that would bar sale of some sensitive goods to China, and raise taxes on U.S. companies' income from China.
A bipartisan bill introduced by Democratic Representative Anna Eschoo and Republican Representative Susan Brooks would commission a panel to recommend ways to cut drug supply reliance on China.
Republican Representative Mark Green's "SOS Act" proposes funding takeovers of vulnerable U.S. companies that are critical to our national security.
Lawmakers also hope to include reshoring provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, a $740 billion bill setting policy for the Pentagon that Congress passes every year.

PAY TO STAY
A controversial idea being floated in Washington would allocate as much as $25 billion to companies that make essential goods to move production home, ensuring that even products far down the supply chain were sourced domestically, according to two administration officials.
No lawmaker has publicly embraced it, but several congressional aides acknowledged it is part of the broader discussion in Congress. One of the administration officials said states could administer the funds through their separate economic development organizations.
That would be a boon for states that are struggling to pay their own bills after widespread lockdowns, plummeting tax revenues, and a huge surge in COVID-related costs, one state official said.
But given longstanding concerns about the government setting "industrial policy", the notion of subsidizing industry directly is polarizing, even among Trump's top advisers.
Outright subsidies are a non-starter, said one of the two administrative sources. "Internally some are questioning why we should be providing funds to companies that have left in recent years."
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow has talked publicly about using tax incentives instead to prod U.S. companies to move some manufacturing home.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro wants the federal government to buy more U.S.-made medical goods and drugs, but Trump has not signed an executive order Navarro is promoting.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and others favor building trusted networks of drug and medical suppliers, s



restaurant closures......





 Apparently 70 % of restaurants will not recover form this covid 19....aka scam....well to be perfectly honest with you .....most restaurants are fucking shite .....if it was not  for salt and butter .......america food would be bollocks .......anyone who has worked in any establishment....... knows that chefs ...mask all food in butter and  salt.....its a fact .....i mean  they come up with all these  fancy dishes .and names for sauces.....etc etc ....but most high volume places are  fucking  shit ......pure and  sample .....more is less ....less is more .......
What can you expect from high volume cooking ......yes you hear ....oh i went here  ....i went there ......but most people  do not  have  gourmet taste buds .......they have what they  call gourmand .......and by the time they have had  wine .......and their cigar...... or  cigarette their taste buds are fucking paralyzed .......
i have always thought food and  chefs were  over rated ...its just food  for fuck sake ......it turns to shit ....you can fly to japan .....Egypt .....mexico ......any country and eat  any exotic food ...but the simple fact is ....it all turns into a big brown steaming lump ....in a porcelain bowl .......is'nt that not  funny .....don't matter how you dress it .....present it ....serve it up ......it all ends up coming out the  same ..................

young equals stupifd

We all know  when you are young you are stupid .....i was  didn't  care ....i thought i was  indestructible .....it will kill all stupi...