The callous Yutes of Today are joining forces with Gubnor Ron Desantis to kill us all:

Spring Breakers Could Be Tipping Point for Key COVID Variant in Florida

Florida is ramping up vaccinations as a dangerous new variant of the novel coronavirus spreads across the state. Of course, some epidemiologists are confident safe and effective vaccines will cut off the spread of the U.K. or B.1.1.7 variant, also known as a coronavirus “lineage.”

Others aren’t so sure. The X-factor? Potentially hundreds of thousands of Spring Breakers who have been converging on the state of 21 million—a state with no mask mandate, no capacity rules, and no sign of government oversight.

I was a Yute once (shut-up you gutter-mouth Heathers, I was too!), and I even did a spring break get-away thingie too. But we didn’t have a viral pandemic to contend with, either. I’m not blaming the kids for bad choices (hormones are gonna win every time), but I am going to blame Desantis and Floriduh for opening too early and not discouraging bad behavior.

Look for a spike on college campuses in the next couple of weeks.

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13 Responses to Floriduh

  1. roket says:

    So will the developing FL variant be called B.1.1.8? By owning us libs each red state is vying for its own variant in case no one has noticed.

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  2. On our spring break thingies the worst we could expect were the deadly hangovers.

    Well and that one time I nearly cracked my head open on the insufficiently lifted hatchback on our friends Datsun wagon.

    Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, 1979 or whenabouts, back in the halcyon daze when you could still camp right on the beach for free, and do Spring Break on like $40-$50 so long as someone had a car that worked.

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    • tengrain says:

      It was Ensenada.

      Waking up on the beach the next morning as the waves gently lapped my feet was a surprise, but I’m told I got the worm in the bottle on the first try.

      I still cannot stand the smell of tequila.



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  3. Ten Bears says:

    Spikes? No. The Second Wave …

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  4. Jimmy T says:

    Some calculations have the new variants at 70% more transmissible and 30% more deadly. I guess we’ll know after a couple of weeks. I’m guessing most of the Spring breakers are youngish, and will recover, but will spread it to friends and family when they return home or to college. The damage done will be incalculable, but fun must be had…

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  5. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    But we didn’t have a viral pandemic to contend with, either.

    Well, not one that was transmitted via respiration.

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  6. I don’t think any disease ever stopped people of any age from partying at any time of the year anywhere at all.

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  7. spotthedog says:

    Lamestream liberal media bastion CNN very impressed by DeSantis;

    “After a year of criticism by health experts, mockery from comedians and blistering critiques from political rivals, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is standing unabashedly tall among the nation’s governors on the front lines of the coronavirus fight.”

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