How COVID-19 is affecting society

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The prank didn't stop actual Chump fans from getting tickets, but it absolutely did fool the Chump regime into bragging about "a million tickets" being reserved. Today Parscale is all like "the fake reservations totally didn't fool us, we recognized them right away", but that didn't stop them from setting up this huge overflow crowd area with security and everything outside the stadium to accommodate a crowd that never showed up, lol.
Not to mention them bragging to the head cheeto if they supposedly knew those were fake registrations. Bullshit. They probably assumed they would get some fakes before they decided to do it but had no idea how much it would be.
 
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I think California is an outlier in that analysis.
 
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If I had to guess:

A) A pretty high majority of the protesters were wearing masks
B) Protests took place outside
C) Testing sites were set up shortly after for protesters

Joe Blow, who refuses to wear a mask to go to a crowded bar probably isn't being tested (that would be unmanly, don't ya know), at least until after he's already sick and has infected who knows how many.
 

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One more among the group of assholes who just want to make money off of every crisis.

Lucas Rensko was making money through a popular handyman-for-hire app called TaskRabbit, doing odd jobs and delivering groceries, when he picked up a task that led him to a leaky-roofed warehouse on a tattered road in northwest San Antonio.

Inside, a man named Jaime Rivera had set up long tables where five or six other “Taskers” earning about $20 an hour were ripping Chinese masks out of plastic bags and stuffing them into new ones that were identical but for one potentially deadly difference. The old packages were labeled in all caps “MEDICAL USE PROHIBITED,” meaning not to be used by doctors and nurses who need the strongest protection from tiny particles carrying the novel coronavirus. The new bags, intended to make their way to Texas hospitals, simply omitted that warning.
They were paid $20 an hour just to repackage the masks. Just imagine what Mulligan and Rivera were making.