Who knows. It all depends on what crayons Mike, Fran and the grand kids decide to color with from week to week. Hospitals are still begging for business, despite what Columbus Mayor Ginther was blabbing about in his news conference today. At the end of the day, when it comes to the OHSAA football season, we've seen ZERO major illness, ZERO hospitalizations and ZERO deaths of players. I honestly doubt there's been one cancellation this year that warranted a cancellation. Most have been due to just ONE positive. It's a travesty. Then again, wait until winter sports.
Alright East, your dare is asinine.But as I've said day 1, anyone that doesn't believe or doesn't want, live your life normal. Even better go hug a casualty, give em a kiss then go hug and kiss the family. Show that confidence. But PLEASE stop whining about it. It's hardly a sacrifice, masks and distancing.
It is, but it's not the only thing. Hospitalizations are important, as it is a leading indicator of the direction the death rate will likely take. People (not saying you) like to pick and choose their facts as opposed to looking at the totality of the knowledge we have.Saw today even though cases are up, death rate is down significantly. Shouldn’t that matter? Sounds to me like thats a good thing. What is our goal here?
Was never the intent.This spring we shut down the country and you could barely do a thing.
That did not stop it.
The science is overwhelming that it helps if one doesn't pick and choose obsolete factoids or goes full retard like "A mask isn't 100% effective, therefore they don't work".So to think a stupid mask and tactical spacing will work is just foolish.
Partially correct. Living with minor precautions (and they ARE minor) is only a big deal to those who choose to make it so.We are just going to have to live with it and if you are vulnerable, do what you need to do to protect yourself.
This does not feel like what is happening, to me...I have not felt encumbered in “leaving my house to make living” at any time during this epidemic... and if you are primarily “playing football in the hopes of getting a college education” you are most likely to be sorely disappointed— and have been sorely misinformed.I think 99% of people are willing (everyone I know are doing these things) to wear the masks, social distance, are eating outside at restaurants, working at home if possible, washing their hands. Many people haven’t seen their elderly parents for almost a year!
What has people upset is the constant threat of taking away our actual freedom to leave our house to make a living (protect what we have worked hard and sacrificed much to earn and achieve) or chase our dreams (ie play football in the hopes of getting a college education per Northmont.)
I don’t think any of the above is very radical, stupid or selfish.
Shaming kids is no way to raise responsible adults. Shaming Americans by calling them stupid, anti-science etc. is no way to get people to buy-in.
When I go to Home Depot in Columbus, everyone wears masks. When I grocery shop in my suburb, everyone wears masks.Willing to have this conversation since you didn’t act arrogant. Where are you seeing people not wearing masks? Everywhere i go people are required to wear them and they are.
Then we get to the final stage, the 'Purple People Eater'.