Wednesday, September 30, 2020

like i say about barflies

          Well is anyone surprise .....like i have said  a  barfly is  like a house/dung/horse/shit fly ......it will keep returning to the same place  until you swat it ......a bar fly is the same .....it will keep  going to the same drinking hole  ...day in day out  till it closes  ......its the same thing on a larger  scale ..........flies  don't care  .....all they know  is  to keep  going to the same spot ........a bar fly  will keep  going back until he dies of  covid 19.....or till the place shuts  down .......simple .......not   hard to figure this out at all...........



U.S.

Florida reported a spike in COVID-19 cases just days after allowing restaurants and small businesses to fully reopen

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  • Florida's health department recorded 3,266 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, a massive jump from 738 new daily cases it recorded on Monday.

  • Florida's cases had been declining, but Tuesday marked the highest single-day total since September 19, bringing the state's total count to 704,568.

  • Gov. Ron DeSantis lifted all restrictions on restaurants and small businesses at the end of last week.

  • Reports showed large crowds gathering throughout the state over the weekend.

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Health officials in Florida reported 3,266 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, up from the previous day's new case tally of 738, bringing the state's total case count to 704,568.

Officials also reported 106 new deaths, bringing the state's total to 14,313 since March.

Despite being a coronavirus hotspot for most of the summer, Florida had seen a decline in cases during most of September and hadn't seen more than 3,000 cases in a single day since September 19, when it recorded 3,573 new cases.

The state's rate of new tests that are positive is 10.7%, an increase from the previous week, according to Johns Hopkins.

Tuesday's spike comes just days after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday issued an order allowing the total reopening of all restaurants and businesses and eliminating fines for those refusing to wear masks. Media reports showed large crowds gathering throughout the state over the weekend. Though, it's unclear if the recent spike has a direct correlation with the openings.

DeSantis' order and overall response to the pandemic have been met with backlash as the coronavirus continues to spread statewide. Florida was one of the last states to announce a state-at-home order, with DeSantis making the announcement April 1 when several other states had already implemented them in March.

A July poll found that DeSantis' popularity dropped quickly due to his handling of the pandemic, with 49% of Florida voters saying they disapproved of his performance, compared to 62% the previous year.

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i was nopt expecting anything else

 

God bless america ....i did not  expect anything less  from this  vicious ...... culturally inept........uneducated ....blood thirsty....... money grabbing.......war mongering ...satanical........bullying bohemoth of what is called  a  country ...when we  know its a  business ......nothing personal ......its like wal mart only a country .........


4 takeaways from the most juvenile presidential debate in U.S. history

Andrew Romano
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After months of anticipation, President Trump and his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, finally met onstage in Cleveland Tuesday night for the first presidential debate of 2020 — perhaps the single most important moment of the fall campaign.

But “presidential debate” is too dignified a phrase to describe what actually went down Tuesday at Case Western University. “Foodfight” is the more fitting term — with one candidate, Trump, determined to sling a torrent of false and misleading attacks at his Democratic opponent, and the other, Biden, often struggling to reach the end of a sentence without getting sidetracked by Trump’s haranguing interruptions. 

“Gentlemen! I hate to raise my voice, but why should I be different than the two of you?” moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News was forced to shout after the umpteenth unintelligible spat of the evening. “I think that the country would be better served if we allowed both people to speak with fewer interruptions. I’m appealing to you, sir,” Wallace said, turning to Trump, “to do that.” 

“Well, and him, too,” Trump muttered, gesturing toward Biden. 

“Well, frankly, you’ve been doing more interrupting than he has,” Wallace retorted. 

“Well, that’s all right,” Trump continued, “but he does plenty.” 

“Well, sir, less than you have,” Wallace said. 

Such was the level of discourse throughout the evening, thanks to Trump. Here are four takeaways from the most juvenile presidential debate in U.S. history. 

Trump tried to rattle Biden — but it probably wasn’t enough to shake up the race 

President Trump and Joe Biden at the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, 2020, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Brian Snyder/Reuters, Julio Cortez/AP)
President Trump and Joe Biden at the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, 2020, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Brian Snyder/Reuters, Julio Cortez/AP)

Despite a series of real-world upheavals — the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic collapse, a racial reckoning in the streets — the presidential race between Trump and Biden has remained remarkably stable. Exactly one year ago, Biden was leading Trump by 7.6 percentage points, on average; today, Biden is ahead by 7. If the election were held right now, forecasters predict that Biden would win 331 electoral votes







Tuesday, September 29, 2020

The price of stupidity


Well i hope it was  worth it for instargarm or facebook ........stupid is as  stupid does 


Man dies after falling 100 feet from Oregon cliff while posing for photo in tree

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A 43-year-old man has died after falling 100 feet from a cliff on the Oregon coast while posing for a photograph in a tree, officials have said.

Steven Gastelum of Seaside, Oregon, was trying to take a photo while hiking along the Devil's Cauldron Overlook Trail in Oswald West State Park before he died, Oregon State Police said.

According to reports, Mr Gastelum climbed a tree on the trail when a branch broke, causing Mr Gastelum to fall about 100 feet into the Pacific Ocean.

NBC News reported that the tree appeared to be near a barrier warning visitors to stay away from the edge and that Oregon State Police public information officer Captain Tim Fox said Mr Gastelum was on the other side of the barrier when he fell.

The Coast Guard and Nehalem Bay Fire Department worked to find Mr Gastelum in the water and bring him to shore using jet skis and a helicopter, reports said. He was then taken to a Tillamook hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Earlier this year a woman died under similar circumstanced in Grand Canyon National Park after she fell to her death while trying to take a photo.

The 59-year-old, of Scottsdale, was discovered by responding rangers after she accidentally stepped off the edge from the parks rim west of Mather Point while “hiking off-trail and taking photographs with family”.

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you just cannot keep down a good barfly no matter what !!!!!!!!!

 

you just cannot keep down a  barfly ....they are similar to shit flies only larger no wings .....  ....they do not care ....virus  or not ......being an  ex-bartender ......it takes  a lot  to deter a  bar fly .....and they have been cooked  up with the wife  and kids ......or themselves  for a  long  time  .......and like  shit ......the smell of  beer  will bring them for miles  .......its  very  similar .....do you think a  simple  virus ......pandemic  ....hoax ....mind control ....is going to stop the  barfly .....no sir !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!they need  their  nachos  ....their  5 cent chicken wings .....their  piss  poor weak budweiser  non-american foreign owned beer ...they will drive miles  ....even in hurricanes  pouring rain ....thunder storms ........to  savor the fare of the  bar they love  ...so they can  get in front of  the  screens ......its  a hardcore  being ......they will even  risk driving ....losing their licence .....after their  visit   losing their licence  .......its a unique  being .......but unlike  its  relative  the  shit/dung/housefly....the barfly is  resilient  it will drive  long places  to get  beer  and food.......but ....its  business .....and money will always over ride  risk ...always ......people warn have fun ....and as  soon as they can they will .....virus or not ......


                            ADDED NOTE!!!!!!

 barflies are not real ....they have no wings they do not fly ........its a metaphor  for  human beings  ....this blog was  not  used  to  insult house/dung /shitflies.............



Fauci says it's 'very concerning' that Florida is re-opening bars and restaurants

David K. Li and Ryan Beckler

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, on Monday called Florida's full reopening of bars and restaurants "very concerning," fearing it will spark more coronavirus outbreaks.

The warning from Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, comes three days after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that his state was going into Phase 3 of reopening, lifting all restrictions on restaurants and bars.

"Well that is very concerning to me, I mean, we have always said that, myself and Dr. Deborah Birx, who is the coordinator of the task force, that that is something we really need to be careful about," Fauci told ABC's "Good Morning America, "because when you’re dealing with community spread, and you have the kind of congregate setting where people get together, particularly without masks, you’re really asking for trouble. Now’s the time actually to double down a bit, and I don’t mean close."

Florida was, and still is, one of the states hardest hit by the virus that's sickened more than 7.1 million Americans and killed more than 205,000 as of Monday morning, according to a running count by NBC News.

Florida residents are now testing positive at a rate of more than 10 percent, according to a rolling seven-day count by Johns Hopkins University. But Florida Department of Health data shows that, as of Saturday, state residents are testing positive at a two-week rolling rate of just 4 percent.

The World Health Organization has set a benchmark of 5 percent before local governments consider reopening of businesses.

The pandemic has killed Floridians at a rate of 65.8 per 100,000 residents, with only 10 states having a worse percentage, according to Johns Hopkins data on Monday.

Fauci insisted he's not calling for universal shut downs, but just a dose of "common sense."

"When I say that, people get concerned that we’re talking about shutting down," he said. "We’re not talking about shutting anything down, we’re talking about common sense type of public health measures that we’ve been talking about all along."



likw i said

 

Like i have said about all reality shows  ...time and time again they have been proved  to be fake .....its to give the appearance of real live ...TV is not real life  .....it is  TV......it is controlled  by  the company who run the shows  ....like the kardashians  .....they have made  great money  ..but fake .....if it was  real  ...you would  see  real nasty ass  swearing .....and worse  ......but it has  to be censured  for the pubic  ......naked and  afraid  ...their is  help their   and it is  fuzzed out  ....and i do not wanna  see  some of  them ........real life is  brutal and this like  the rest is  not reality TV  ...it does  and  cannot exist ....how many people   have  been  killed on reality TV  and its  been shown ....none .....correctimundo !!!!!!!....none  ....like sport it is  fixed   ...rigged  .....that's  has  been proven  before   ....sports athleye  have confessed  to been  told  to miss  ....take  a fall ....over  shoot  ...etc ....etc .....etc ......because  it  all boils  down  to  one thing ......entertainment .....entertainment .....entertainment  sells  advertising .....entertainment  ......for  the masses  .......families   can sit down  eat the  products  advertised ....etc  etc ,.....the  cars  ,....the products .....its not real ....it is  ....enetrtainment ........big big business ......





It’s Going to Be a Bumpy Ride: What You Don’t See on Counting Cars

Not many reality shows on The History Channel have become as popular as Counting Cars. The show immediately attracted car enthusiasts, but other folks started tuning in because the show provides incredible entertainment for non-car lovers too. It’s a beautiful combination of fantastic cars, skilled mechanic work, and some engaging drama that keeps viewers hooked. It really is the perfect storm for a successful show.

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With some serious and emotional moments, Counting Cars managed to capture the hearts of America to become incredibly popular. But as reality shows go, there is more to the show than what producers and editors care to show. There are a lot of scenes that are fabricated and even scripted, as well as things that may seem fake but are actually real.

Fasten your seatbelt because today we are taking a deep look into The History Channel’s hit reality show Counting Cars. Get ready to shift gears and see what’s real and what’s fake.

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