Monday, April 19, 2021
There's just nothing quite like a round table discussion of 'woke' people.
History is very important for learning about the future. A friend forwarded me a listing of the ten deadliest epidemics in American history. If you think Covid has to be one of them think again.
A government official in Oregon is so nutso he stated masks should be mandatory FOREVER. https://www.therichest.com/poorest-list/10-of-the-deadliest-epidemics-in-american-history/#:~:text=10%20of%20the%20Deadliest%20Epidemics%20in%20American%20History,1894%2C%201916%20and%201949-1952.%20...%20More%20items...%20
With the United States now seeing 46 presidents there have been memorable quotes from the likes of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, FDR, JFK, and Ronald Reagan.
One that will definitely be in the history books is:
"So the best way to get something done, if you, if you hold near and dear to that, you uh um,like to be able uh...Anyway.
J R Biden
The entire population of Africa(1.3 billion) has had less COVID deaths than the United Kingdom(65 million people) despite worse healthcare, millions unable to lockdown, minimal vaccination,
In fact, only South Africa was hit hardest. Why isn't this being talked about?
I spoke to the Council Bluffs Cowboy about this and I do believe he's come up with the answer. He said it was because there are fewer televisions in Africa.
It doesn't matter that this story came out of Poland, the country not the town in Ohio. A woman became great concerned about an 'animal' hanging in a tree for three weeks in front of her home.
Finally, her common sense force her to call animal control before this 'animal' did damage or attacked someone.