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    Quote Originally Posted by Sexybeast777 View Post
    Where is your faith in Jesus?
    About that...

    A Virginia pastor who defied warnings about the danger of religious gatherings during the pandemic and vowed to keep preaching “unless I’m in jail or the hospital” died over the weekend after contracting Covid-19, his church said.

    The pastor, Gerald O. Glenn, 66, the bishop and founder of New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Chesterfield, Va., died on Saturday night, according to Bryan Nevers, a church elder.

    Mr. Nevers announced the death of Bishop Glenn during an Easter sermon, which was posted on the Facebook page of the Richmond-area Pentecostal congregation. He said that Bishop Glenn had transitioned from labor to reward.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/14/u...ronavirus.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt James View Post
    About that...

    A Virginia pastor who defied warnings about the danger of religious gatherings during the pandemic and vowed to keep preaching “unless I’m in jail or the hospital” died over the weekend after contracting Covid-19, his church said.

    The pastor, Gerald O. Glenn, 66, the bishop and founder of New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Chesterfield, Va., died on Saturday night, according to Bryan Nevers, a church elder.

    Mr. Nevers announced the death of Bishop Glenn during an Easter sermon, which was posted on the Facebook page of the Richmond-area Pentecostal congregation. He said that Bishop Glenn had transitioned from labor to reward.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/14/u...ronavirus.html

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    @ a shop. Not saying 1 in 10 but a very high possibility of contracting the virus by simply shaking their hands & suseptability

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    This is considered a "smart" virus
    Last edited by Poker face Ace; 05-21-2020 at 05:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poker face Ace View Post
    @ a shop. Not saying 1 in 10 but a very high possibility of contracting the virus by simply shaking their hands & suseptability
    People have to quite shaking hands. Not only will it help with stopping the spread of this virus but the flu and the simple cold as well.

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    Stop the fear mongering, gosh!

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    Sexy beast. You'll contract the virus & make sure to send a message from the icu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poker face Ace View Post
    Sexy beast. You'll contract the virus & make sure to send a message from the icu
    That's an ignorant reply if I've ever seen one.

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    The data is showing if you’re 25 and under the flu should be more of a concern to you than coronavirus. If you’re under 65 and healthy the data shows you’re chances of death or serious illness are low. The data also shows for people over 65 and those with other health conditions coronavirus is extremely dangerous. The number of cases is up because we continue to raise our testing capacity. The total number of positive tests doesn’t tell the story. It’s total positives in relation to the total amount of tests given along with the number of server cases and deaths.

    People need to decide what level of risk they can take and live their lives accordingly. Being informed, prudent and cautious is good. Being reactionary, ignorant and fear peddling does more harm than good.

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    Meant to say IF you get the corona virus, & retract from saying ICU to wherever you are

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poker face Ace View Post
    Meant to say IF you get the corona virus, & retract from saying ICU to wherever you are
    What??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BananaHammock View Post
    The data is showing if you’re 25 and under the flu should be more of a concern to you than coronavirus. If you’re under 65 and healthy the data shows you’re chances of death or serious illness are low. The data also shows for people over 65 and those with other health conditions coronavirus is extremely dangerous. The number of cases is up because we continue to raise our testing capacity. The total number of positive tests doesn’t tell the story. It’s total positives in relation to the total amount of tests given along with the number of server cases and deaths.

    People need to decide what level of risk they can take and live their lives accordingly. Being informed, prudent and cautious is good. Being reactionary, ignorant and fear peddling does more harm than good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma View Post
    Friend of mine passed from it at 48 years old. A bit heavy but not in poor health.
    Sorry to hear that but he is an statistical outlier. Unless the chance of something is 0% than there is a chance it will happen. That’s why I said people have to decide what level of risk they are comfortable with taking. Risk assessment is something people do every day whether they know it or not. Its impossible to live a life 100% safe.

    Almost 39,000 died last year in car accidents but people still drive. That’s is an example of a risk assessment almost everyone takes. Air travel is safer than automobile travel by far but there are deaths and those deaths are outliers. People still fly.

    People should live there life according to whatever amount of risk they’re comfortable with having understanding you can never escape consequences of any sort
    Last edited by BananaHammock; 05-23-2020 at 04:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BananaHammock View Post
    Sorry to hear that but he is an statistical outlier. Unless the chance of something is 0% than there is a chance it will happen. That’s why I said people have to decide what level of risk they are comfortable with taking. Risk assessment is something people do every day whether they know it or not. Its impossible to live a life 100% safe.

    Almost 39,000 died last year in car accidents but people still drive. That’s is an example of a risk assessment almost everyone takes. Air travel is safer than automobile travel by far but there are deaths and those deaths are outliers. People still fly.

    People should live there life according to whatever amount of risk they’re comfortable with having understanding you can never escape consequences of any sort
    That's all true.

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