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g***@yahoo.com
2020-07-21 04:39:36 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Mattb
2020-07-21 15:33:29 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.

Mobs, gangs and crime the leftist way.
Rudy Canoza
2020-07-21 15:52:05 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.
The protests are occurring in one block of Portland. Get two blocks away,
and you'd never know anything was going on. Portland is an excellent
city...as is Seattle. If you weren't such a freeloading dole scrounger,
you could afford to live in one of them.
Jack Shit
2020-07-21 16:40:06 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.
The protests are occurring in one block of Portland. Get two blocks away,
and you'd never know anything was going on. Portland is an excellent
city...as is Seattle. If you weren't such a freeloading dole scrounger,
you could afford to live in one of them.
They are both full of "gimmie" welfare rats.
Klaus Schadenfreude
2020-07-21 19:04:28 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.
The protests are occurring in one block of Portland.
Looks like Rudy forgot to consult the New York Times

"While the protests have consumed parts of downtown at nighttime..."
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/21/us/portland-protests.html
trotsky
2020-07-21 16:39:26 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
Mattb
2020-07-21 19:24:10 UTC
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Post by Mattb
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
The good pizza is made by moderates ;-))). The scum, looted and
burned down the good pizza places in their areas.
Rudy Canoza
2020-07-21 19:48:15 UTC
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Post by Mattb
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
The good pizza is made by moderates ;-))). The scum, looted and
burned down the good pizza places in their areas.
Chicago is noted for "deep dish" pizza. Deep dish pizza is shit.
Mattb
2020-07-22 02:41:54 UTC
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Post by Mattb
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Post by Mattb
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
The good pizza is made by moderates ;-))). The scum, looted and
burned down the good pizza places in their areas.
Chicago is noted for "deep dish" pizza. Deep dish pizza is shit.
Depends and it is a matter of opinion.
Rudy Canoza
2020-07-22 03:22:19 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
The good pizza is made by moderates ;-))). The scum, looted and
burned down the good pizza places in their areas.
Chicago is noted for "deep dish" pizza. Deep dish pizza is shit.
Depends and
It's shit. The point of pizza is the toppings, not the bread. An inch of
bread is wrong.
Mattb
2020-07-22 23:32:10 UTC
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Post by Rudy Canoza
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
The good pizza is made by moderates ;-))). The scum, looted and
burned down the good pizza places in their areas.
Chicago is noted for "deep dish" pizza. Deep dish pizza is shit.
Depends and
It's shit. The point of pizza is the toppings, not the bread. An inch of
bread is wrong.
I personally prefer thin crust.
Rudy Canoza
2020-07-22 23:39:21 UTC
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Post by Mattb
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza? Makes sense.
The good pizza is made by moderates ;-))). The scum, looted and
burned down the good pizza places in their areas.
Chicago is noted for "deep dish" pizza. Deep dish pizza is shit.
Depends and
It's shit. The point of pizza is the toppings, not the bread. An inch of
bread is wrong.
I personally prefer thin crust.
I *finally* found one thing about you that doesn't show you to be a fuckwit.
FPP
2020-07-21 19:57:01 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.  Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.  Florida's
number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
   Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.  That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza?  Makes sense.
Jon Stewart: “It’s not pizza, it’s a ... casserole. He goes on to call
deep-dish pizza an “above-ground marinara swimming pool for rats” and
would like to be assured that when he gets drunk and passes out on his
pizza, he won’t drown in it."

“I’m surprised you haven’t thought to complete your deep dish pizza by
putting some canned onion rings on top of it. It’s a cornbread biscuit
which you melted cheese on and then in defiance of man and God and all
things holy you poured uncooked marinara sauce atop the cheese. Atop.
The cheese. On top! The sauce, naked, cold, on display like some sort of
sauce whore.”

“With all due respect, I realize it’s very cold in Chicago,” says
Stewart. “It’s very cold, it’s windy, you need to be able to, I don’t
know, have a pizza and maybe cut it open and climb inside to keep warm.”


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indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

"Leaders who have hidden in a bunker and gassed their own citizens
include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
Ben Wexler
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Trump: "No, I don't take responsibility at all." - 3/13/20
trotsky
2020-07-21 20:38:07 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.  Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.  Florida's
number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
   Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.  That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza?  Makes sense.
Jon Stewart:  “It’s not pizza, it’s a ... casserole.  He goes on to call
deep-dish pizza an “above-ground marinara swimming pool for rats” and
would like to be assured that when he gets drunk and passes out on his
pizza, he won’t drown in it."
“I’m surprised you haven’t thought to complete your deep dish pizza by
putting some canned onion rings on top of it. It’s a cornbread biscuit
which you melted cheese on and then in defiance of man and God and all
things holy you poured uncooked marinara sauce atop the cheese. Atop.
The cheese. On top! The sauce, naked, cold, on display like some sort of
sauce whore.”
“With all due respect, I realize it’s very cold in Chicago,” says
Stewart. “It’s very cold, it’s windy, you need to be able to, I don’t
know, have a pizza and maybe cut it open and climb inside to keep warm.”
http://youtu.be/7W5fT6rNWDg
I still remember watching that. It's unclear why he would think NY has
the definitive kind of pizza. Folding your slice of pizza in half like
a sandwich is obviously the answer to a question nobody asked.
FPP
2020-07-21 20:49:51 UTC
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Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.  Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.  Florida's
number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
   Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.  That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza?  Makes sense.
Jon Stewart:  “It’s not pizza, it’s a ... casserole.  He goes on to
call deep-dish pizza an “above-ground marinara swimming pool for rats”
and would like to be assured that when he gets drunk and passes out on
his pizza, he won’t drown in it."
“I’m surprised you haven’t thought to complete your deep dish pizza by
putting some canned onion rings on top of it. It’s a cornbread biscuit
which you melted cheese on and then in defiance of man and God and all
things holy you poured uncooked marinara sauce atop the cheese. Atop.
The cheese. On top! The sauce, naked, cold, on display like some sort
of sauce whore.”
“With all due respect, I realize it’s very cold in Chicago,” says
Stewart. “It’s very cold, it’s windy, you need to be able to, I don’t
know, have a pizza and maybe cut it open and climb inside to keep warm.”
http://youtu.be/7W5fT6rNWDg
I still remember watching that.  It's unclear why he would think NY has
the definitive kind of pizza.  Folding your slice of pizza in half like
a sandwich is obviously the answer to a question nobody asked.
I had deep-dish when I was in Chicago looking at a new Step and Repeat
machine.
It was good... but I didn't think it was pizza.

Pizza needs to be eaten with the hands... hopefully without a bib.
--
Nuts that spent the last twenty years prepping their bunker to survive
indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

"Leaders who have hidden in a bunker and gassed their own citizens
include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
Ben Wexler
REAL PRESIDENTS LEAD. REALITY TV PRESIDENTS DON'T.

Trump: "No, I don't take responsibility at all." - 3/13/20
trotsky
2020-07-22 09:55:26 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.  Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.  Florida's
number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
   Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.  That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza?  Makes sense.
Jon Stewart:  “It’s not pizza, it’s a ... casserole.  He goes on to
call deep-dish pizza an “above-ground marinara swimming pool for
rats” and would like to be assured that when he gets drunk and passes
out on his pizza, he won’t drown in it."
“I’m surprised you haven’t thought to complete your deep dish pizza
by putting some canned onion rings on top of it. It’s a cornbread
biscuit which you melted cheese on and then in defiance of man and
God and all things holy you poured uncooked marinara sauce atop the
cheese. Atop. The cheese. On top! The sauce, naked, cold, on display
like some sort of sauce whore.”
“With all due respect, I realize it’s very cold in Chicago,” says
Stewart. “It’s very cold, it’s windy, you need to be able to, I don’t
know, have a pizza and maybe cut it open and climb inside to keep warm.”
http://youtu.be/7W5fT6rNWDg
I still remember watching that.  It's unclear why he would think NY
has the definitive kind of pizza.  Folding your slice of pizza in half
like a sandwich is obviously the answer to a question nobody asked.
I had deep-dish when I was in Chicago looking at a new Step and Repeat
machine.
It was good... but I didn't think it was pizza.
Pizza needs to be eaten with the hands...  hopefully without a bib.
You seem to need a primer in what pizza is available in Chicago: thin
(cracker thin) crust, regular crust, thick crust or double dough, deep
dish, and stuffed. Stuffed by its nature has to be eaten with a knife
and fork, deep dish can be like that depending on what restaurant is
making it, but the others don't, so I'm crying foul on your and
Stewart's characterization. Meanwhile, NYC, the biggest metro area in
the country, has one kind of crust, the kind you pick up and it acts
like a limp dick. You can see why Chicagoans might feel like they have
bragging rights. As an example Rosati's is a very popular chain in and
around Chicago, check out their pizza offerings:

https://myrosatis.com/menu/pizzas-calzones/
FPP
2020-07-22 10:09:26 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.  Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.
Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
   Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.  That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza?  Makes sense.
Jon Stewart:  “It’s not pizza, it’s a ... casserole.  He goes on to
call deep-dish pizza an “above-ground marinara swimming pool for
rats” and would like to be assured that when he gets drunk and
passes out on his pizza, he won’t drown in it."
“I’m surprised you haven’t thought to complete your deep dish pizza
by putting some canned onion rings on top of it. It’s a cornbread
biscuit which you melted cheese on and then in defiance of man and
God and all things holy you poured uncooked marinara sauce atop the
cheese. Atop. The cheese. On top! The sauce, naked, cold, on display
like some sort of sauce whore.”
“With all due respect, I realize it’s very cold in Chicago,” says
Stewart. “It’s very cold, it’s windy, you need to be able to, I
don’t know, have a pizza and maybe cut it open and climb inside to
keep warm.”
http://youtu.be/7W5fT6rNWDg
I still remember watching that.  It's unclear why he would think NY
has the definitive kind of pizza.  Folding your slice of pizza in
half like a sandwich is obviously the answer to a question nobody asked.
I had deep-dish when I was in Chicago looking at a new Step and Repeat
machine.
It was good... but I didn't think it was pizza.
Pizza needs to be eaten with the hands...  hopefully without a bib.
You seem to need a primer in what pizza is available in Chicago: thin
(cracker thin) crust, regular crust, thick crust or double dough, deep
dish, and stuffed.  Stuffed by its nature has to be eaten with a knife
and fork, deep dish can be like that depending on what restaurant is
making it, but the others don't, so I'm crying foul on your and
Stewart's characterization.  Meanwhile, NYC, the biggest metro area in
the country, has one kind of crust, the kind you pick up and it acts
like a limp dick.  You can see why Chicagoans might feel like they have
bragging rights.  As an example Rosati's is a very popular chain in and
https://myrosatis.com/menu/pizzas-calzones/
I just think pizza shouldn't be deep enough to lose your keys in...
--
Nuts that spent the last twenty years prepping their bunker to survive
indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

"Leaders who have hidden in a bunker and gassed their own citizens
include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
Ben Wexler
REAL PRESIDENTS LEAD. REALITY TV PRESIDENTS DON'T.

Trump: "No, I don't take responsibility at all." - 3/13/20
Mattb
2020-07-23 04:36:28 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.  Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.
Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
   Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA.  That or
Chicago.
Chicago, because of the pizza?  Makes sense.
Jon Stewart:  “It’s not pizza, it’s a ... casserole.  He goes on to
call deep-dish pizza an “above-ground marinara swimming pool for
rats” and would like to be assured that when he gets drunk and
passes out on his pizza, he won’t drown in it."
“I’m surprised you haven’t thought to complete your deep dish pizza
by putting some canned onion rings on top of it. It’s a cornbread
biscuit which you melted cheese on and then in defiance of man and
God and all things holy you poured uncooked marinara sauce atop the
cheese. Atop. The cheese. On top! The sauce, naked, cold, on display
like some sort of sauce whore.”
“With all due respect, I realize it’s very cold in Chicago,” says
Stewart. “It’s very cold, it’s windy, you need to be able to, I
don’t know, have a pizza and maybe cut it open and climb inside to
keep warm.”
http://youtu.be/7W5fT6rNWDg
I still remember watching that.  It's unclear why he would think NY
has the definitive kind of pizza.  Folding your slice of pizza in
half like a sandwich is obviously the answer to a question nobody asked.
I had deep-dish when I was in Chicago looking at a new Step and Repeat
machine.
It was good... but I didn't think it was pizza.
Pizza needs to be eaten with the hands...  hopefully without a bib.
You seem to need a primer in what pizza is available in Chicago: thin
(cracker thin) crust, regular crust, thick crust or double dough, deep
dish, and stuffed.  Stuffed by its nature has to be eaten with a knife
and fork, deep dish can be like that depending on what restaurant is
making it, but the others don't, so I'm crying foul on your and
Stewart's characterization.  Meanwhile, NYC, the biggest metro area in
the country, has one kind of crust, the kind you pick up and it acts
like a limp dick.  You can see why Chicagoans might feel like they have
bragging rights.  As an example Rosati's is a very popular chain in and
https://myrosatis.com/menu/pizzas-calzones/
I just think pizza shouldn't be deep enough to lose your keys in...
Thin crust with a inch of toppings and anchovies.
Jack Shit
2020-07-21 16:39:30 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Mobs, gangs and crime the leftist way.
As long as they can pander for votes.
Mattb
2020-07-22 23:33:14 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Portland, OR is what the Democrats want for all the USA. That or
Chicago.
Mobs, gangs and crime the leftist way.
As long as they can pander for votes.
Yes the Dems need to buy votes.
me
2020-07-21 16:30:12 UTC
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As elsewhere, virus in Florida is mostly in blue voting areas.
d***@cox.net
2020-07-21 21:40:23 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
You can have all the 'rat states like NY, Minnesota, Michigan, Washington,
Oregon and Caleefornia. They're all 'rat states involved in looting, burning,
and playing blm.
the dukester, American-American
Emma Dow
2020-07-22 01:30:03 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Half of the people in Florida are from the north. Native Floridians
aren't the norm.
Mattb
2020-07-22 02:43:47 UTC
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Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about
9:00am.
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states,
with
Post by g***@yahoo.com
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take
a
Post by g***@yahoo.com
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's
number
Post by g***@yahoo.com
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Half of the people in Florida are from the north. Native Floridians
aren't the norm.
Yes and many they call snow birds. Then you have the idiots tourist
that feed the gators and walk their dogs next to the swamp.
Emma Dow
2020-07-23 02:27:46 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about
9:00am.
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the
states,
Post by Mattb
with
Post by g***@yahoo.com
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.
Take
Post by Mattb
a
Post by g***@yahoo.com
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.
Florida's
Post by Mattb
number
Post by g***@yahoo.com
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Half of the people in Florida are from the north. Native
Floridians
Post by Mattb
aren't the norm.
Yes and many they call snow birds. Then you have the idiots tourist
that feed the gators and walk their dogs next to the swamp.
That is dumb.
Mattb
2020-07-23 04:33:42 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about
9:00am.
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the
states,
Post by Mattb
with
Post by g***@yahoo.com
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state.
Take
Post by Mattb
a
Post by g***@yahoo.com
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page.
Florida's
Post by Mattb
number
Post by g***@yahoo.com
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Half of the people in Florida are from the north. Native
Floridians
Post by Mattb
aren't the norm.
Yes and many they call snow birds. Then you have the idiots tourist
that feed the gators and walk their dogs next to the swamp.
That is dumb.
Yes and I pity the Dogs and hope the owners never had kids.
LinuxGal
2020-07-24 15:43:17 UTC
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Yes and many they call snow birds. Then you have the idiots tourist
that feed the gators and walk their dogs next to the swamp.
Beware the white legs wearing black socks.
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Siri Cruise
2020-07-24 16:42:17 UTC
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Post by Mattb
Yes and many they call snow birds. Then you have the idiots tourist
that feed the gators and walk their dogs next to the swamp.
Beware the white legs wearing black socks.
The Blacksocks were one of the least intimidating populist groups
in 1930s south east US.
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d***@cox.net
2020-07-22 22:41:01 UTC
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Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.

the dukester, American-American
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-22 23:16:40 UTC
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Post by d***@cox.net
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%

New York is 7.5%

USA is 3.5?

Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population

Florida is one of the safest places to be...

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
d***@cox.net
2020-07-23 18:00:22 UTC
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Post by d***@cox.net
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-23 19:56:29 UTC
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Post by d***@cox.net
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
FPP
2020-07-23 20:04:30 UTC
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Post by d***@cox.net
Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
Bound to happen eventually, after all the top level of morons die off...
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Post by d***@cox.net
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
Bound to happen eventually,
Florida deaths/1M pop is 1/7 of New York. 257 vs 1679 Florida's
deaths per cases is also a fraction of New York. I'm sure happy to be
in Florida.
FPP
2020-07-24 02:56:36 UTC
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Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
Bound to happen eventually,
Florida deaths/1M pop is 1/7 of New York. 257 vs 1679 Florida's
deaths per cases is also a fraction of New York. I'm sure happy to be
in Florida.
8 hours ago:

"The number of COVID-related deaths in Florida reached a new peak
Thursday, with 173 residents confirmed over the last day, the largest
increase on record."

"The percent of all tests coming back positive reached 16.1% Thursday,
suggesting the previous day's plunge to 13.5% may have been the result
of a large number of negative tests being reported on that day, and not
part of a promising trend."

https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/florida-sets-record-for-virus-related-deaths-with-173-reported-in-one-day/2266479/

So. Much. Winning!
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
Bound to happen eventually,
Florida deaths/1M pop is 1/7 of New York. 257 vs 1679 Florida's
deaths per cases is also a fraction of New York. I'm sure happy to be
in Florida.
"The number of COVID-related deaths in Florida reached a new peak
Thursday, with 173 residents confirmed over the last day, the largest
increase on record."
"The percent of all tests coming back positive reached 16.1% Thursday,
suggesting the previous day's plunge to 13.5% may have been the result
of a large number of negative tests being reported on that day, and not
part of a promising trend."
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/florida-sets-record-for-virus-related-deaths-with-173-reported-in-one-day/2266479/
Fake news from NBC.. here's the facts..

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Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
Bound to happen eventually,
Florida deaths/1M pop is 1/7 of New York. 257 vs 1679 Florida's
deaths per cases is also a fraction of New York. I'm sure happy to be
in Florida.
"The number of COVID-related deaths in Florida reached a new peak
Thursday, with 173 residents confirmed over the last day, the largest
increase on record."
"The percent of all tests coming back positive reached 16.1% Thursday,
suggesting the previous day's plunge to 13.5% may have been the result
of a large number of negative tests being reported on that day, and not
part of a promising trend."
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/florida-sets-record-for-virus-related-deaths-with-173-reported-in-one-day/2266479/
Fake news from NBC.. here's the facts..
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
Nope. DuuuhSantis fired the person who put together an accurate
Dashboard. So she put together her accurate Dashboard to compete with
the state's bogus one.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/15/us/florida-coronavirus-data-dashboard/index.html
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On Wed, 22 Jul 2020 19:16:40 -0400, Steve ignores most fools and losers
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
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Post by g***@yahoo.com
Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
Bound to happen eventually,
Florida deaths/1M pop is 1/7 of New York. 257 vs 1679 Florida's
deaths per cases is also a fraction of New York. I'm sure happy to be
in Florida.
"The number of COVID-related deaths in Florida reached a new peak
Thursday, with 173 residents confirmed over the last day, the largest
increase on record."
"The percent of all tests coming back positive reached 16.1% Thursday,
suggesting the previous day's plunge to 13.5% may have been the result
of a large number of negative tests being reported on that day, and not
part of a promising trend."
https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/florida-sets-record-for-virus-related-deaths-with-173-reported-in-one-day/2266479/
Fake news from NBC.. here's the facts..
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
Nope. DuuuhSantis fired the person who put together an accurate
Dashboard. So she put together her accurate Dashboard to compete with
the state's bogus one.
https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/15/us/florida-coronavirus-data-dashboard/index.html
<LOL>
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-23 22:23:13 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.

One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 00:10:09 UTC
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.

https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
Rudy Canoza
2020-07-24 00:20:28 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right..
No. As always, Steve Blows All Losers and Fools is caught lying.


The seven day moving average of deaths in Florida has been rising
continually since July 1.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/

Deaths last four days:

July 19 - 87
July 20 - 90
July 21 - 132
July 22 - 140

Deaths are rising in Florida, not falling. Steve Blows All Losers and
Fools lied again.
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 01:24:28 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
{snip}
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.

In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.

The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.

Stay tuned.
Siri Cruise
2020-07-24 02:00:11 UTC
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The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Many Twilight Zone episodes were about Ironic Hell where the
sinner is in a hell they designed themselves.
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FPP
2020-07-24 02:52:12 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Many Twilight Zone episodes were about Ironic Hell where the
sinner is in a hell they designed themselves.
Well, that explains the last 4 years...
--
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indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

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include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
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MattB.
2020-07-24 03:06:12 UTC
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Post by Siri Cruise
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Many Twilight Zone episodes were about Ironic Hell where the
sinner is in a hell they designed themselves.
Well, that explains the last 4 years...
The last 20.....
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 11:16:14 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
On Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:23:13 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
{snip}
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 14:54:57 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
On Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:23:13 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
{snip}
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 15:56:55 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
On Thu, 23 Jul 2020 18:24:28 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
On Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:23:13 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
{snip}
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths and reporting the date of the death
is a foolish way to calculate the death rate. Remember that a death
recorded on any date will still show the date of the death. Your
arguments are nonsense. That's typical of you, and you usually run
away when I call you out on them...
Jack Shit
2020-07-24 16:14:43 UTC
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On Fri, 24 Jul 2020 07:54:57 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
On Thu, 23 Jul 2020 18:24:28 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
On Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:23:13 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
{snip}
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths and reporting the date of the death
is a foolish way to calculate the death rate. Remember that a death
recorded on any date will still show the date of the death. Your
arguments are nonsense. That's typical of you, and you usually run
away when I call you out on them...
The numbers have already been proven to be crunched, so fuck off with
you "stats" and "polls".
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 16:57:51 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths and reporting the date of the death
is a foolish way to calculate the death rate. Remember that a death
recorded on any date will still show the date of the death. Your
arguments are nonsense. That's typical of you, and you usually run
away when I call you out on them...
The numbers have already been proven to be crunched, so fuck off with
you "stats" and "polls".
<LOL>
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 16:33:43 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).

Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 16:39:44 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right..  There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL>  Sorry, but date of death is the most current.  Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging.   There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).
Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
From today's Miami Herald (https://tinyurl.com/y28f9gvv):

"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 16:48:57 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 17:46:50 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 18:08:31 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 18:21:04 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 19:06:40 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind
You know for a fact that the Miami Herald is lying?
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and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
All the data come from the FDOH, including the 173 deaths reported
yesterday as noted by the Orlando Sentinel (see the red line in the
chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by date announce date" at
https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym).
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2020-07-24 21:40:26 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind
You know for a fact that the Miami Herald is lying?
I know it's a leftist media.. that's enough for me.
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
All the data come from the FDOH, including the 173 deaths reported
yesterday as noted by the Orlando Sentinel (see the red line in the
chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by date announce date" at
https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym).
I have to wonder why they refose to report the number of deaths pwr
day. no, actually, I don't have to wonder...
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 22:46:27 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind
You know for a fact that the Miami Herald is lying?
I know it's a leftist media.. that's enough for me.
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
All the data come from the FDOH, including the 173 deaths reported
yesterday as noted by the Orlando Sentinel (see the red line in the
chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by date announce date" at
https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym).
I have to wonder why they refose to report the number of deaths pwr
day. no, actually, I don't have to wonder...
The Sentinel reports both deaths by reported date and date of death.
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2020-07-24 23:14:57 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind
You know for a fact that the Miami Herald is lying?
I know it's a leftist media.. that's enough for me.
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
All the data come from the FDOH, including the 173 deaths reported
yesterday as noted by the Orlando Sentinel (see the red line in the
chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by date announce date" at
https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym).
I have to wonder why they refose to report the number of deaths pwr
day. no, actually, I don't have to wonder...
The Sentinel reports both deaths by reported date and date of death.
and does it agree with the DOH?
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 23:25:26 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind
You know for a fact that the Miami Herald is lying?
I know it's a leftist media.. that's enough for me.
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
All the data come from the FDOH, including the 173 deaths reported
yesterday as noted by the Orlando Sentinel (see the red line in the
chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by date announce date" at
https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym).
I have to wonder why they refose to report the number of deaths pwr
day. no, actually, I don't have to wonder...
The Sentinel reports both deaths by reported date and date of death.
and does it agree with the DOH?
Yes.
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2020-07-24 23:41:13 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Utter nonsense.. the most deaths in any day has been 108
As of now, yes. But perhaps by this time next week, there will be more
than 108 deaths on some day from July 17-24.
<LOL> I don't believe your death's confirmed data. I'll go by the
Florida DOH data because I simply do not believe that they are a week
behind
You know for a fact that the Miami Herald is lying?
I know it's a leftist media.. that's enough for me.
Post by Josh Rosenbluth
Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
and I'm not going to buy onto the "woldometer" data either.
All the data come from the FDOH, including the 173 deaths reported
yesterday as noted by the Orlando Sentinel (see the red line in the
chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by date announce date" at
https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym).
I have to wonder why they refose to report the number of deaths pwr
day. no, actually, I don't have to wonder...
The Sentinel reports both deaths by reported date and date of death.
and does it agree with the DOH?
Yes.
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Then it must show the deaths/day going down...

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2020-07-24 20:11:27 UTC
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"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a
week earlier."
Or putting it another way, you can view the Worldometers data as the
situation about one week ago. Thus, deaths in Florida have risen
steadily up through one week ago. And, we do not yet know what has
happened since then, and won't until a week from now.
Deaths are always the LAST thing that happens. It's a lagging indicator
because it happens anywhere from weeks to months after the initial
infection.
--
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include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
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2020-07-24 16:52:53 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right..  There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL>  Sorry, but date of death is the most current.  Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging.   There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).
Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 16:56:58 UTC
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
... perhaps because the data are not complete for the most recent week.
Neither of us knows. The only reasonably accurate snapshot we have is
what the situation was about one week ago.
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2020-07-24 17:44:17 UTC
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
... perhaps because the data are not complete for the most recent week.
Neither of us knows. The only reasonably accurate snapshot we have is
what the situation was about one week ago.
But the history says that Florida's deaths/1m population and
deaths/covid cases is one of the lowest. I'm definately not buying
into the Democrat fear mongering.
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2020-07-24 18:08:37 UTC
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
... perhaps because the data are not complete for the most recent week.
Neither of us knows. The only reasonably accurate snapshot we have is
what the situation was about one week ago.
But the history says that Florida's deaths/1m population and
deaths/covid cases is one of the lowest. I'm definately not buying
into the Democrat fear mongering.
Your comment, while true (as of now), has no relevance to the debate
over whether death rates are rising in Florida.
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 18:24:25 UTC
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
... perhaps because the data are not complete for the most recent week.
Neither of us knows. The only reasonably accurate snapshot we have is
what the situation was about one week ago.
But the history says that Florida's deaths/1m population and
deaths/covid cases is one of the lowest. I'm definately not buying
into the Democrat fear mongering.
Your comment, while true (as of now), has no relevance to the debate
over whether death rates are rising in Florida.
The announcement that they just had 173 deaths reported indicated that
the data is misleading. I'll take the Florida DOH data, rather than
your website.
FPP
2020-07-24 20:18:50 UTC
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On Fri, 24 Jul 2020 09:39:44 -0700, Josh Rosenbluth
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
... perhaps because the data are not complete for the most recent week.
Neither of us knows. The only reasonably accurate snapshot we have is
what the situation was about one week ago.
But the history says that Florida's deaths/1m population and
deaths/covid cases is one of the lowest. I'm definately not buying
into the Democrat fear mongering.
Your comment, while true (as of now), has no relevance to the debate
over whether death rates are rising in Florida.
The announcement that they just had 173 deaths reported indicated that
the data is misleading. I'll take the Florida DOH data, rather than
your website.
Why? The guy in charge has a vested interest in looking good?
Since when is someone caught manipulating the data to be trusted?

"Florida Scientist Says She Was Fired For Not Manipulating COVID-19 Data
June 29, 20205:02 AM ET"

https://www.npr.org/2020/06/29/884551391/florida-scientist-says-she-was-fired-for-not-manipulating-covid-19-data

"Why does DeSantis continue to hide COVID-19 data? Florida already looks
like a loser
MIAMI HERALD EDITORIAL BOARD
JULY 10, 2020 06:00 AM , UPDATED JULY 10, 2020 07:53 PM"

"But ask the state for hospitalization numbers, and you get the
runaround, thanks to Florida’s secretive governor. It shouldn’t take
unending media requests and lawsuits to jar loose information the public
needs to understand this horrible pandemic.

Florida is an outlier among states in not reporting the number of
patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19."

https://www.miamiherald.com/opinion/editorials/article244130112.html

For Chrissakes, wake up!
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cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

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include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
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FPP
2020-07-24 20:12:38 UTC
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
...and how many on any particular day? The hard cold fact is that
there are no deaths recorded on any day that are not shown on the
Florida DOH display.. The recent day's death may not be complete, but
it always shows *all* the recorded deaths.. and on they day they
occured. The trend is steadily down for more than a week now..
... perhaps because the data are not complete for the most recent week.
Neither of us knows. The only reasonably accurate snapshot we have is
what the situation was about one week ago.
But the history says that Florida's deaths/1m population and
deaths/covid cases is one of the lowest. I'm definately not buying
into the Democrat fear mongering.
Sure. Republican run states are doing great, aren't they?
--
Nuts that spent the last twenty years prepping their bunker to survive
indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

"Leaders who have hidden in a bunker and gassed their own citizens
include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
Ben Wexler
REAL PRESIDENTS LEAD. REALITY TV PRESIDENTS DON'T.

Trump: "No, I don't take responsibility at all." - 3/13/20
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 16:56:45 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).
Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 17:06:21 UTC
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There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
I guess you think it is time for Florida to open up again, having not
learned the lesson just taught in which Florida has had 2500 deaths
since the third week of June (the total number of deaths since then is
the same whether you use the date of death or the reported date).
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 17:49:23 UTC
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There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
I guess you think it is time for Florida to open up again, having not
learned the lesson just taught in which Florida has had 2500 deaths
since the third week of June (the total number of deaths since then is
the same whether you use the date of death or the reported date).
Florida is open, except for bars... I was just at the shooting range
again yesterday, followed that up with a visit to a restaurant..
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 18:09:48 UTC
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There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
I guess you think it is time for Florida to open up again, having not
learned the lesson just taught in which Florida has had 2500 deaths
since the third week of June (the total number of deaths since then is
the same whether you use the date of death or the reported date).
Florida is open, except for bars... I was just at the shooting range
again yesterday, followed that up with a visit to a restaurant..
I guess the governor agrees with you that the 2500 deaths were no big deal.
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 18:26:38 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
I guess you think it is time for Florida to open up again, having not
learned the lesson just taught in which Florida has had 2500 deaths
since the third week of June (the total number of deaths since then is
the same whether you use the date of death or the reported date).
Florida is open, except for bars... I was just at the shooting range
again yesterday, followed that up with a visit to a restaurant..
I guess the governor agrees with you that the 2500 deaths were no big deal.
Certainly not enough to shut us down.. He was smart enough not to
send sick people to the nursing homes like Cuomo and others did..
FPP
2020-07-24 20:21:48 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
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Post by Steve ignores most fools and losers
There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
I guess you think it is time for Florida to open up again, having not
learned the lesson just taught in which Florida has had 2500 deaths
since the third week of June (the total number of deaths since then is
the same whether you use the date of death or the reported date).
Florida is open, except for bars... I was just at the shooting range
again yesterday, followed that up with a visit to a restaurant..
I guess the governor agrees with you that the 2500 deaths were no big deal.
Certainly not enough to shut us down.. He was smart enough not to
send sick people to the nursing homes like Cuomo and others did..
Yeah, it's not like the FOUR in Benghazi! (tm) that triggered EIGHT
investiations...
"Four is four too many!" Remember?
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Nuts that spent the last twenty years prepping their bunker to survive
indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

"Leaders who have hidden in a bunker and gassed their own citizens
include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
Ben Wexler
REAL PRESIDENTS LEAD. REALITY TV PRESIDENTS DON'T.

Trump: "No, I don't take responsibility at all." - 3/13/20
FPP
2020-07-24 20:20:26 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right.. There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL> Sorry, but date of death is the most current. Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging. There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).
Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
There have been no days that the deaths exceeded 108 and that was a
week ago. The dishonest media needs far more deaths to that if they
want to ruin the economy.
Really?
Florida Sets Record for Virus-Related Deaths With 173 Reported in One Day

The 173 new confirmed deaths - largest one-day increase recorded by the
state - brought the state's resident death toll to more than 5,500

By Tony Pipitone, The Associated Press and Daniela Flamini • Published
July 23, 2020 • Updated on July 23, 2020 at 1:03 pm

https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/florida-sets-record-for-virus-related-deaths-with-173-reported-in-one-day/2266479/
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Nuts that spent the last twenty years prepping their bunker to survive
indefinitely in a nuclear winter are giving up after wearing a thin
cloth mask for three weeks. LOL -Matt Haughey

"Leaders who have hidden in a bunker and gassed their own citizens
include Saddam Hussein, Adolf Hitler and Donald [Bunker Bitch] Trump." -
Ben Wexler
REAL PRESIDENTS LEAD. REALITY TV PRESIDENTS DON'T.

Trump: "No, I don't take responsibility at all." - 3/13/20
Rudy Canoza
2020-07-24 17:38:17 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/florida/
Sorry, but I'm right..  There was a small bump, but its going down
again.
https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86
The data from Worldometers do not come close to the Florida Department
of Health (FDOH) Data. After a bit of research, I know why. As explained
in this article from the Orlando Sentinel
(https://tinyurl.com/y5y4pmym), Worldometers (and others) classify
deaths by the day they were reported, while the FDOH classifies them by
the date of death.
In the article, look for the chart titled "Florida COVID-19 deaths by
date announced." The red line shows deaths by date reported
(Worldometers), showing a continued upward trend. The black line shows
death by date of death (FDOH) and shows more than small bump followed by
a slight downturn starting on July 13.
The problem is for the most recent dates, the FDOH data are not
complete. The numbers from July 13 till now will continue to go up as
more people are reported to have died on those dates. Putting it another
way, you can't yet tell from the FDOH data whether there has been a
downturn.
Stay tuned.
<LOL>  Sorry, but date of death is the most current.  Counting them to
be on the day they were reported is likely to be hugely inaccurate and
lagging.   There has been a downward trend for a full week now, and
still Florida's death count is one of the lowest.
You can't (at least yet) reach the conclusion that deaths are trending
downward because you can't know how many yet-to-be-reported deaths
occurred in the last week.
Nice try, you poor sad fool, but I doubt very much that Florida DOH is
a week behind in reporting deaths
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
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Anyone who is objective will have patience to see where the numbers go.
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 18:08:18 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers
would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
Miami Herald knows:

https://tinyurl.com/y28f9gvv:

"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
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2020-07-24 18:20:42 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many of
those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those numbers would
have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data from
two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the Miami
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
Look at the graph in lower right corner here:
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 18:59:28 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many
of those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those
numbers would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
That's the graph I was eyeballing. The question is for the 135 new
deaths reported today, how many of them died on 7/22, 7/21, 7/20, ...?
that is, typically how much delay is there in reporting deaths?
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 21:38:26 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many
of those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those
numbers would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
That's the graph I was eyeballing. The question is for the 135 new
deaths reported today, how many of them died on 7/22, 7/21, 7/20, ...?
that is, typically how much delay is there in reporting deaths?
Prove it....
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 22:44:22 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many
of those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those
numbers would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
That's the graph I was eyeballing. The question is for the 135 new
deaths reported today, how many of them died on 7/22, 7/21, 7/20, ...?
that is, typically how much delay is there in reporting deaths?
Prove it....
Prove what?
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 23:01:48 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many
of those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those
numbers would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
That's the graph I was eyeballing. The question is for the 135 new
deaths reported today, how many of them died on 7/22, 7/21, 7/20, ...?
that is, typically how much delay is there in reporting deaths?
Prove it....
Prove what?
Prove that is typical of the delay... and then explain why I should
give credance to reports that cover a week... Even if I believed it,
I'd have to see the daily reports every day. How do I know that the
five days before that report had zero deaths?
Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 23:08:47 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many
of those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those
numbers would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
That's the graph I was eyeballing. The question is for the 135 new
deaths reported today, how many of them died on 7/22, 7/21, 7/20, ...?
that is, typically how much delay is there in reporting deaths?
Prove it....
Prove what?
Prove that is typical of the delay...
I can't prove what the delay is, and neither can you. That's why I asked
the question.
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and then explain why I should
give credance to reports that cover a week... Even if I believed it,
I'd have to see the daily reports every day. How do I know that the
five days before that report had zero deaths?
I'm not following what your point is.
Steve ignores most fools and losers
2020-07-24 23:40:14 UTC
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They reported a record 173 deaths yesterday and it appears not many
of those were ascribed to within a week (had they been, those
numbers would have shot up).
Where do you find data about the week in which the deaths occurred?
I don't know. My claim was based on eyeballing the date of death data
from two different days. Also as I posted previously, it appears the
"Of the 135 new deaths confirmed Friday, half occurred more than a week
earlier."
https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429
That's the graph I was eyeballing. The question is for the 135 new
deaths reported today, how many of them died on 7/22, 7/21, 7/20, ...?
that is, typically how much delay is there in reporting deaths?
Prove it....
Prove what?
Prove that is typical of the delay...
I can't prove what the delay is, and neither can you. That's why I asked
the question.
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and then explain why I should
give credance to reports that cover a week... Even if I believed it,
I'd have to see the daily reports every day. How do I know that the
five days before that report had zero deaths?
I'm not following what your point is.
You aren't aware that the reporting data can cover any number of days?
In fact, if they are true, they must cover several days.. So, like I
asked... How do I know that the five days before that report had zero
deaths?
LinuxGal
2020-07-24 00:56:21 UTC
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One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about 90.
Now, it is about 120.
FLORIDA
Biden 51% (+13)
Trump 38%

@QuinnipiacPoll 7/16-20

Just for that Trump ain't going to Jacksonville for the
convention.
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2020-07-24 01:56:43 UTC
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One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about 90.
Now, it is about 120.
FLORIDA
Biden 51% (+13)
Trump 38%
@QuinnipiacPoll 7/16-20
Just for that Trump ain't going to Jacksonville for the
convention.
Ever other city is vying for the dishonour of being shunned by
Donny.
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2020-07-24 22:10:55 UTC
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Post by Josh Rosenbluth
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about 90.
Now, it is about 120.
FLORIDA
Biden 51% (+13)
Trump 38%
@QuinnipiacPoll 7/16-20
Just for that Trump ain't going to Jacksonville for the
convention.
I'm predicting a solid presidential victory for Trump
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2020-07-24 01:55:35 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
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Josh Rosenbluth
2020-07-24 03:06:49 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
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2020-07-24 03:30:01 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
As in 1+1 = 3 for large values of 1.
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2020-07-24 04:53:36 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
As in 1+1 = 3 for large values of 1.
WTF.
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2020-07-24 05:25:11 UTC
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One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
As in 1+1 = 3 for large values of 1.
WTF.
It's an old math joke abusing the notion of limits. A limit is a
sequence of numbers that get closer and closer to the limit value
without actually reaching it, but getting close enough you can
say you arrived.

It also shows up in things like for large values of x, x+1 is
almost the same as x, and the difference can be ignored in some
contexts.
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2020-07-24 03:36:24 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
I believe he means that the 'up' is not trending 'down' and as much as the
'down' is trending 'up'...




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2020-07-24 04:57:26 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
I believe he means that the 'up' is not trending 'down' and as much as the
'down' is trending 'up'...
Huh?
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2020-07-24 06:37:47 UTC
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Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
No.
One month ago, the daily seven-day rolling average number of deaths was
between 30-35. Two weeks ago, it was about 50. One week ago it was about
90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
I believe he means that the 'up' is not trending 'down' and as much as the
'down' is trending 'up'...
Huh?
Pretty simple concept. Maybe this will help explain how this type of
logic works:

"I tested very positively in another sense. I tested positively toward
negative. I tested perfectly this morning, meaning I tested negative."

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2020-07-24 14:31:30 UTC
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90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
I believe he means that the 'up' is not trending 'down' and as much as the
'down' is trending 'up'...
Huh?
Pretty simple concept. Maybe this will help explain how this type of
"I tested very positively in another sense. I tested positively toward
negative. I tested perfectly this morning, meaning I tested negative."
If it's good enough for President Bumblefuck, it's good enough for me!
...also...if it's good enough for Homer Simpson, it's good enough for President
Bumblefuck.


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2020-07-24 14:59:15 UTC
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90. Now, it is about 120.
Decreasing but with an upwards tendency.
Huh?
I believe he means that the 'up' is not trending 'down' and as much as the
'down' is trending 'up'...
Huh?
Pretty simple concept. Maybe this will help explain how this type of
"I tested very positively in another sense. I tested positively toward
negative. I tested perfectly this morning, meaning I tested negative."
If it's good enough for President Bumblefuck, it's good enough for me!
...also...if it's good enough for Homer Simpson, it's good enough for President
Bumblefuck.
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2020-07-24 17:52:16 UTC
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Florida only reports its COVID-19 cases once per day...for the
*previous* day.
Go to the Worldometers US COVID-19 page at
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ at about 9:00am.
Sort by New Cases, and Florida will be at the top of the states, with
four to five times as many cases as the next highest state. Take a
screen shot, or otherwise capture Florida's number.
Now come back at 3:00pm or later and refresh the page. Florida's number
will be unchanged.
What a fucked-up shithole Florida is!
The Jewel of the Trump loving Red States.
Civilians going to the beach and being exposed to cv19.
the dukester, American-American
One of the lowest rate for deaths/cases.. 1.4%
New York is 7.5%
USA is 3.5?
Florida also has one of thre lowest deaths/1m population
Florida is one of the safest places to be...
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/
Yes, but the recent rise in cases in refusing to take precautions like going to
the crowed beach. Clearly a "youth" issue.
the dukester, American-American
Florida covid-19 deaths are decreasing.
I hope so.
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