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    Re: Not with a Bang, but with a Sneeze?

    The rate of increase of the daily world confirmed cases has dropped over the last five days, which is the first drop we've seen since mid-February when we saw the Chinese clampdown. Nearly all of...
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    Re: Not with a Bang, but with a Sneeze?

    The Now Show was rather unkind about the French last week. "Alors, the sun is warm, Spring is here, the buds bloom, the sap rises, we shall go for a picnic", approximately.
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    Re: America is Shutting Down

    When it started. The whole notion of closing down the economy, national or international, was imbecilic.



    A huge economic leap forward by the half dozen countries which crushed the disease...
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    demure
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    Re: America is Shutting Down

    The younger generation has seen too many zombie movies and the older generation knows they have and tools up accordingly. Perhaps all citizens should be equipped with tasers.
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    An entire untouched roll? Luxury. I don't think anyone in Cornwall has that much in one house any more. You don't know when you're well off. We're reverting to old till receipts and newsprint.


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    It's the only one I had!
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    Re: Unintelligibly illiterate BBC News article link text

    And the Guardian, screwing up units again. "In the last month, there was a 535% rise in daily traffic to the Zoom.us download page". Or hourly, or per minute, or any time unit you care to use. Why is...
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    Re: Unintelligibly illiterate BBC News article link text

    "Coronavirus: Paramedic 'emotional' as stranger buys food shop", apparently.

    Twaddle, BBC.
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    meek
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    sacrilege
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    Re: Not with a Bang, but with a Sneeze?

    Here we are, the most informative article in the press to date.



    The article as a whole is well worth reeding.

    Meanwhile, with the likelihood that home-made face masks and eye coverings are...
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    Yale
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    On a positive note, the traditional cliche in Hollywood blockbusters of partying on highrise roofs hasn't happened.

    Let me try to explain my concern, since it's now April.

    Firstly, I have an...
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    Re: Not with a Bang, but with a Sneeze?

    To get a perspective on numbers of deaths in the UK, we have just passed the fully-laden Jumbo 747 crash per day scale, we are approaching the Titanic hitting an iceberg per day scale next week and...
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    And here's why staying at home on lockdown is a dangerous occupation...
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