Sorry, Peggy

The WaPo:

“States that have reopened bars experienced a doubling in the rate of coronavirus cases three weeks after the opening of doors, on average. The Post analysis — using data provided by SafeGraph, a company that aggregates cellphone location information — found a statistically significant national relationship between foot traffic to bars one week after they reopened and an increase in cases three weeks later.”

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8 Responses to Sorry, Peggy

    • Wesley Sandel says:

      “The Indians are like grass. Sometimes they get so thick that you just have to mow them down.” Guatemalan general on the massacre of 200,000 defenseless Mayan Indians during the 1980s.


  1. Wesley Sandel says:

    Who could have predicted this?

    Only 98% of the medical and scientific community.

    But then, science and scientists are stoopid. When I go to the doctor and he gives me a diagnoses, I always just tell him, “You’re full of shit,” and then I go ask my preacher what Rush Limbaugh says is wrong with me.

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  2. revzafod says:

    Dammit! Why can’t people be responsible like I am? I go to the liquor store every 2 months, buy two cases of 1.75 liter vodka, and drink at home.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. sos says:

    That’s FOOT traffic. I suspect Peggy is more of a knee-walker, TBH.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Martin Pollard says:

    “Well, I think I speak for everyone when I say ‘Noooo!'” – Amy Farrah Fowler, The Big Bang Theory (“The Solo Oscillation”)

    Liked by 2 people


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