Monday, March 30, 2020

things will never be the same

I dont know about anyone else ......but i don't think things will ever be the same ......they never usually are .....i mean look at 9/11....everyone was going about their merry way .....doing their shit and boom!!!!!!....2 buildings and everyone was shitting proverbial bricks .....i still say an inside job ,.....but hen i am a critical thinker and somethings did not add up .........
I have always said its the masses that cause the trouble ....its a numbers game the govt plays knows who holds and knows who folds......just by what you own .....have ...earn....and what you need and what you don't .....
When you have a  mortgage job know .......and people mostly have these  things .....this is how  govt works  just like a business ......they know you need  gas  for your  job ....and  all the  other   things  that make you shitty life  worth while know  your  house you don't own ...until you're too old  too enjoy .....your  kids leave then you go and live somewhere and  end up in a condo ......they know  statically what you gig is ......they watch your move ......
It's the families that shit themselves  first ....grabbing  food and  water and supplies ....they know  a panic situation ....people get nuts............
Things are fucked now  ...people will never  tust anything for the longest time .....bars clubs .....Chinese take outs.....restaurants until every last virus has gone .......but how will we know .....the  evil capitalize on fear ..... if you dont know this  you are fucked .......
Still as long as no one stands up ...they will win ......and human beings just want to believe everything is okay .......good luck with that ......times have changed for ever  not for the  good this is  an introduction to the new world folks  ....this is a  silent war .....hatched from within......its just long as there are financial slaves there will be  financial overlords ......get used to the new life ....things are going to change ....a lot !!!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, March 27, 2020

Is anyone surprised by this  ....if you have not been to  new Orleans...... then you will not understand cleanliness is not its  biggest asset ....especially mardi gras ......its full of  drunken ......smashed drugged out partiers....... and  why not .......and they are throwing shitty beads  around .....all you need  is that one dirty cunt ......who came from new york .....shit on the plane....... spread it threw  .......beads or  breathed on revelers  while partying gets pretty  fucked up in mardi gras......  been  to new orleans twice .......and it was mad  .....drink is thefuel behind it all .........i can see that not going well for a while  reveling has seen its day for now  


Death rate soars in New Orleans coronavirus 'disaster' that could define city for generations

Rick Jervis, Maria Clark, Lorenzo Reyes, USA TODAY
NEW ORLEANS -- Throngs of revelers may have brought the coronavirus to New Orleans during Mardi Gras celebrations here.
But the city’s poverty rate, lack of healthcare and affordable housing, and high rates of residents with preexisting medical conditions may be driving its explosive growth and could make it the next U.S. epicenter of the outbreak.
The number of known coronavirus cases in Louisiana jumped to 2,305 on Thursday, an increase of 510 cases from Wednesday, and a total of 83 deaths, according to the Louisiana Department of Health. Nearly half of Louisiana's cases -- 997 -- came from New Orleans.  
The city also reported Thursday that a 17-year-old teen died after contracting the virus, bringing the city's coronavirus death tally to 46 -- more than half of the state's total death count. 
In this Thursday, March 19, 2020, file photo, a view of the nearly deserted scene on Bourbon Street, which is normally bustling with tourists and revelers, in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Like many cities around the country, New Orleans is currently under a shelter-in-place order as it grapples with a growing number of coronavirus cases.
New Orleans Homeland Security Director Collin Arnold said hospital capacity in the New Orleans region is dwindling and the city will need additional hospital beds within weeks.
“New Orleans is preparing to mobilize in a way we hope we will never see again in our lifetimes,” Arnold said. “This disaster will define us for generations.”
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New Orleans saw its first coronavirus case on Mar. 9. Two weeks later, confirmed cases jumped to 567 and nearly doubled the following three days, marking one of the fastest coronavirus growth rates in the country.
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the face of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, said officials in New Orleans were likely caught off guard by the virus' stealth spread -- until it began burgeoning. 
"It putters along and you think you’re OK, then it starts to go up a little and then –bingo! – it goes up in an exponential way," he said in an interview with CNN. "That’s what's happening in New Orleans now."
Infectious disease specialists point to the massive Mardi Gras celebrations, which picked up with weekend parades in February and culminated on Feb. 25, Fat Tuesday, as a likely catalyst for the coronavirus in New Orleans. More than 1 million people crammed into the city for the annual bacchanal, often squeezed shoulder-to-shoulder to watch parades or catch beaded necklaces tossed from balconies in the French Quarter. 
Members of the New Orelans Police Department help clear Bourbon Street as Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards orders bars, gyms and casinos to close until April 13th due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 16, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
“New Orleans is a major gateway for people who are arriving here from other parts of the world," said Richard Oberhelman, chair of the department of global community health and behavioral science at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans. "Seeing cases first in New Orleans makes complete sense."
Once here, the virus found a welcoming environment in houses crammed with multiple families, people with preexisting conditions and a dearth of drivers, according to an analysis by the Data Center, a research group in New Orleans.
Many low-income families live in overcrowded homes, raising the likelihood for virus spread, the report said. Around 24% of New Orleans residents live at the poverty level, higher than other coronavirus hotspots such as New York City (17%) and King County, Washington (9%). 
Also, 1 in 5 of New Orleans households don't have access to a car, meaning access to drive-thru testing can be limited, and nearly one-fourth don't have access to the internet to follow city directives and access information, the report said. 
"The virus is spreading very quickly," said Allison Plyer, the Data Center's chief demographer. "The rates we have are up there with New York City, yet we have vulnerabilities here that are worse."
Lack of affordable housing could also help spread the virus, as some communities will find it challenging to follow the shelter in place directives, said Andreanecia Morris, executive director of HousingNOLA, a non-profit housing advocacy group. 
A city with around 1,200 homeless residents, 24,000 people on a waiting list for Section 8 federal housing subsidies, and thousands more without a lease or mortgage could struggle to contain the virus, she said. 
"You're telling people they have to shelter at home," Morris said. "But many don’t have a place to shelter."
As cases mount, the lack of medical equipment is becoming an alarming issue. Half of the New Orleans area's critical-care beds are already filled with COVID-19 patients and there are just 329 ventilators available out of a total of 650, according to the state health department. At the current rate, the New Orleans area could run out of ventilators by the first week of April, state officials said. 
Mayor LaToya Cantrell said Wednesday the city is considering refitting the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center to care for up to 3,000 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 but don’t require ventilators. The first 120 beds were scheduled to go into the convention center this weekend, Gov. John Bel Edwards said at a press conference on Thursday. 
“This would free up space at hospitals for people who are more vulnerable," Cantrell said. "We want to continue to free up beds for people on ventilators."
Meanwhile, people stayed indoors throughout the city while the French Quarter, usually the city's thriving center, sat uncharacteristically quiet and nearly empty. 
Brice Miller, a 44-year-old jazz trumpeter and cultural entrepreneur, had gigs booked at weddings, the Spotted Cat bar just outside the French Quarter and other clubs around the city. As the virus took hold, his phone buzzed with cancellations.
He's lost around $30,000 in revenue since the coronavirus emerged in New Orleans, he said. 
“This is our high season," Miller said. "It’s the beginning of wedding season, convention season, tourists are flocking in. That’s all gone."
The virus also stole a personal event for him. Miller's father died recently of a heart attack (unrelated to the coronavirus) but area funeral homes won't host the body due to restrictions on large gatherings. 
"I can’t say my final goodbye," he said. "I can’t give him a proper send off.”
Street performer Eddie Webb walks through the nearly deserted French Quarter looking to make money in New Orleans, Sunday, March 22, 2020.
Street performer Eddie Webb walks through the nearly deserted French Quarter looking to make money in New Orleans, Sunday, March 22, 2020.
When the coronavirus closed down Marjie's Grill in New Orleans' Mid-City neighborhood, owner Caitlin Carney and her partner, Marcus Jacobs, turned to cooking meals from the restaurant for those on the outbreak frontlines: healthcare workers in hospitals.
The new venture provides some revenue for the restaurant but mostly makes them feel like they're contributing to the fight against the virus.
“We’re just trying to focus on doing positive things for the community, while being as safe as possible,” Carney said. “Mental health is just as important as physical health in this. For us, working on doing good things helps with our mental health."
It's not the first time New Orleans has faced down a deadly outbreak. In 1853, nearly 8,000 people died in the city during a yellow fever outbreak that roiled across the region.
The city's unsanitary conditions at the time, proximity to swamps and marshes and business leaders downplaying the virus' spread contributed to the deadly epidemic, said historian and author Lawrence Powell. 
"For the longest time [New Orleans] was an unsanitary nightmare," he said. "Our conditions were even worse than most."
During this outbreak, city leaders took aggressive measures to contain the virus, though whether they responded quickly enough remains in question. City officials cancelled the popular St. Patrick's Day parade, which draws thousands to the city, and upcoming events like French Quarter Fest and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival have also been cancelled or postponed.
Until around Mar. 20, nearly three weeks after the first case was identified in the city, few coronavirus tests were available. But they have since ramped up. Three drive thru testing locations set up in New Orleans last weekend had tested 2400 people as of Wednesday, according to the city officials. 
“Compared with other counties around the country, what we know is that we have one of the highest infection rates behind several counties in New York," New Orleans’ health director Dr. Jennifer Avegno said. "To be clear, that’s partially because we are doing a great amount of testing."
Fauci, the White House coronavirus leader, said New Orleans officials were shutting down the city "in a very rigorous way" -- aggressive steps that could have been taken earlier.
"it is likely that that should’ve been done a little bit sooner," he said. 
Asked whether she should have canceled Mardi Gras, Cantrell defended her leadership. "The federal government did not issue any red flags, and therefore we moved forward," she told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Thursday night. She noted that the city coordinated with federal agencies in overseeing the festivities. 
"In hindsight," she said, "if we were given clear direction, we would not have had Mardi Gras, and I would have been the leader to cancel it."
Jervis is an Austin-based correspondent for USA TODAY. Follow him on Twitter at: @MrRJervis. Clark reported from New Orleans and Reyes from New York City. 
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: New Orleans the new coronavirus epicenter? Mardi Gras fueled outbreak

i dont buy it!!!!!!!!!!!!

Listen don't buy it .......they are  media whores ....hods and savannah and jenna all they fucking do is cry ........its like bitch fest every morning....... they cry  for nothing ...its all fake to play on woman's emotional weakness .......its all woman in the morning most guys have gone to work .......i have  not decided that yet i like to watch it for  Dylan...... shes gone knocked up .......shame look bad without make too  so does hoda and  savannah.........
listen NBC is propped up by big pharma they spend 9 billion a year hawking their shit on NBC   so you know these  bitches are bought with fat salaries  simple ............if you are getting millions its not  hard to be fake  hoda  is  total news  fake  she has  been in it all her  days ..........nice  ratings hoda ......if you were  not a media slug i would maybe believe you ....but you are today show one of the worst  .......

Today’ Co-Anchor Hoda Kotb Breaks Down In Tears After Interviewing Drew Brees About $5 Million Donation To Help Coronavirus Victims

Ted Johnson

Today co-anchor Hoda Kotb broke down in tears on Friday after she interviewed New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who made a $5 million donation to help coronavirus victims in Louisiana.
Kotb thanked Brees for his generous donation and said that other people will be inspired by it to contribute as well. “Drew, we love ya!” she said.
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“Love you too, Hoda,” he said.
She then was overcome with emotion. “I’m sorry,” she said, fighting tears. Kotb worked as an anchor in New Orleans for CBS station WWL-TV in the 1990s.
“It’s a lot. I know where your heart is, my dear, I do,” said co-anchor Savannah Guthrie.
Later, Guthrie told Kotb, “You know, we all get it. There’s just moments where it sort of gets you from out of nowhere. All of us understand that. Everyone feels a lot of pressure right now.”
“You sort of look around for someone to hug just because,” Kotb said
Guthrie has been working from home in a makeshift basement studio as a precaution against the coronavirus, while Kotb has been sole anchor from the studio.
Kotb noted how the city had the largest surge in coronavirus cases in the country, and that Brees stepped in to help. The increase in cases is being attributed by some to last month’s Mardi Gras celebrations.
“We’ve got to stick together right now,” Brees told Kotb in his interview.
Longtime Saints head coach Sean Payton was the first NFL coach or player known totest positive for the coronavirus. He told ESPN on March 19 that he went public with the news because he wants people to follow warnings and advice as the illness spreads throughout the United States and the world. Since then, the Crescent City has become one of the planet’s hot spots for COVID-198

Bullshit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Listen .....she is is full of shit ....she is an actress .........she knewthe business is she obviously knew marrying royalty would not be easy ....these fucking fools need attention.....she knew marrying the ginger twat would be a big ass wedding .......she just did not understand the monarchy one messes with it .....ask di ...oh you can't!!!!!!!! know why she is fucking dead .....that's why she messed with the crown establishment older than america itself ......Meghan marble was a bi racial actress ........not A rated ...she wanted fame ....she got it .....she should have just shut up ........she wanted to be renegade ......i think the ginger twat done it for revenge on his mum ....
She wanted to dance in the royalty pool she got drowned.....there is no room for them in the crown kate and william are the leaders.......... and their crumb snatchers they are so far down the chain it don't matter .....just a fact 


'Trapped' Meghan Markle reportedly suffered panic attacks because of negative British press

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A source close to the Duchess of Sussex has revealed she previously suffered from panic attacks due to the negative media coverage. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)
A source close to the Duchess of Sussex has revealed she previously suffered from panic attacks due to the negative media coverage. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Days before the Duke and Duchess are set to officially resign as senior members of the Royal Family, new details have surfaced of Meghan Markle’s struggles living in the public eye.
According to a source reportedly close to the Duchess, Markle would experience panic attacks due to the constant criticism and negative attention she received on a near daily basis from the British press.

I am seriously hoping that this virus will take out a lot of  fucking retards who do not deserve to be on this planet ......i mean really what a  fucking low self worth bitch this is media has just bred a whole lot of  fucking insecure slugs .....but  someone likes her shit she  his famous so its maybe the fuckers that like her are to blame for her exposure 

The college student who licked an airplane toilet said she'd 'pull up' and cough on Dr. Phil, who called her 'spoiled and entitled' (Rachel E. Greenspan)
Ava Louise appeared on "Dr. Phil" on Thursday to defend her decision to lick a toilet and blame boomers for the coronavirus.
Ava Louise appeared on "Dr. Phil" on Thursday to defend her decision to lick a toilet and blame boomers for the coronavirus.
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Ava Louise, the woman who coined the phrase "I'd rather die hot than live ugly" andwhose TikTok of herself licking an airplane toilet seat was shared widely, has officially stirred the pot with Dr. Phil.
The 21-year-old self-described "skinny legend" held nothing back when she spoke with the TV therapist about her decision to use the coronavirus pandemic to gain publicity.
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"I was, like, really annoyed that corona was getting more publicity than me," she told Dr. Phil in an interview that aired Thursday.
"I just don't think that this is as concerning as possibly as it could be, because I don't have coronavirus. I don't have any symptoms. No one I know has symptoms," she said, adding that because she went on spring break and Florida and is still healthy, the disease can't be that serious.
COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, killed more than 200 Americans on Wednesday, sending the total US fatalities to nearly 1,000 CNN reported.
She said she was so frustrated by Dr. Phil's criticism of her video — which since been taken down from TikTok — that she was tempted to cough on him.
"I'll pull up and I'll cough on you," she told Dr. Phil, who then called her "spoiled and entitled."
It wasn't her first meeting with the TV therapist — she appeared on his show twice in 2019, according to Vice. Last September, she said that in her previous appearance she was putting on an act to gain more followers online.
In a YouTube video posted on March 16, she reiterated that the toilet-bowl licking was just for clout.
During the latest interview, Dr. Phil asked, "If you infect one person that loses their life, is it worth it for you to have this attention?"
"Yeah," she replied.
She added that she thinks boomers are to blame for numerous societal ills.
"You know what's ridiculously irresponsible and selfish is that your generation only cares about this virus because it affects you," she said, adding, "You're blowing this pandemic to crazy proportions, instilling fear in the nation, because you feel like it affects boomers."
The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that 20% of people with COVID-19 in the US who were sick enough to end up in the hospital were 20 to 44 years old.


  Why! the fuck would you do that!! up pussy ......and i mean hot pussy for  a gu you have not met ,,,,,,,that would be my ...