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    I think i saw something that Goodlife may start accepting appointment workouts or something... On that note, did you see that fat fuck nenshi saying people don't need gyms? What a clown

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    Quote Originally Posted by riander5 View Post
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    I think i saw something that Goodlife may start accepting appointment workouts or something... On that note, did you see that fat fuck nenshi saying people don't need gyms? What a clown
    It does look terrible when an obese person tells you this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riander5 View Post
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    I think i saw something that Goodlife may start accepting appointment workouts or something... On that note, did you see that fat fuck nenshi saying people don't need gyms? What a clown
    Kind of interesting hearing his point of view. He literally lists off the 3 most important things for peoples mental health, and says they don't affect mental health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterman View Post
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    Things looking good for March 1st and the next nothingburger stage of reopening. 262 hospitalizations is the latest number I saw online. Has anyone heard anything about if we will ever get gyms back? It's kind of fucked they just completely left it out of the opening stages.
    Gyms today can open for personal training only ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by riander5 View Post
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    On that note, did you see that fat fuck nenshi saying people don't need gyms? What a clown
    This is the biggest problem with these restrictions, every province has different rules that makes no sense. People in authoritative positions are either unqualified, clueless or simple do X because of feelings. Nenshi, along with Dog Ford, need to stay in their lane and have no business preaching health and fitness. Those two look like they're about one too many pancakes away from a heart attack. Obese politicians need to be publicly called out and shamed for imposing restrictions based on health. BC and Sask's gyms have been open for a long time without any issues, maybe our strains are different and don't hang out next to the power racks and dumbbells.

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    I'm assuming that the announcement tomorrow will be a delay to the next phase of reopening. Cases and positivity rate are both rising daily, which are "less lagging" than the hospitalization numbers.
    Last edited by ExtraSlow; 02-28-2021 at 11:04 AM.
    Let's all work on positivity this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    I'm assuming that the announcement tomorrow will be a delay to the next phase of reopening. Cases and positivity rate are both rising daily, which are "less lagging" than the hospitalization numbers.
    Has positivity rate been increasing? I have been blissfully ignoring the news.
    What are they at?

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    We are well into 2021 and warmer weather coming soon.
    Is this the true virus fatigue and we see wave 3.0 coming?

    Honestly see 2021 as just a tamer version of 2020 so far, particularly for most who did not deal with illness or deaths within their circle.

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    Will be great once we see vaccinations start to have a noticeable impact on case counts and hospitalizations. "the cavalry is coming" but I don't have a feel for how long the delay is for that to be obvious.
    Let's all work on positivity this week.

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    Well, here is to hoping for international travel for vacation in 2022...

    Obviously 2021 is a wash...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Will be great once we see vaccinations start to have a noticeable impact on case counts and hospitalizations. "the cavalry is coming" but I don't have a feel for how long the delay is for that to be obvious.
    Deaths will start to come down rapidly middle of April I think.

    Figure a couple of weeks here to get through most of the 230k of the +75 geezers. A couple of weeks for immune response after that, takes us to end of March. Mean time to death from diagnosis is ~3 weeks. So we will start to see a pretty steep decline in deaths mid April through early may.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    Deaths will start to come down rapidly middle of April I think.

    Figure a couple of weeks here to get through most of the 230k of the +75 geezers. A couple of weeks for immune response after that, takes us to end of March. Mean time to death from diagnosis is ~3 weeks. So we will start to see a pretty steep decline in deaths mid April through early may.
    Thanks, I rely on you for data analysis and predictions for this stuff. I'm out of my element.
    Let's all work on positivity this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    Deaths will start to come down rapidly middle of April I think.

    This is for all of Canada, deaths HAVE been coming down rapidly already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelations View Post
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    This is for all of Canada, deaths HAVE been coming down rapidly already.

    image_2021-02-28_104544.png
    So?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    We are well into 2021 and warmer weather coming soon.
    Is this the true virus fatigue and we see wave 3.0 coming?

    Honestly see 2021 as just a tamer version of 2020 so far, particularly for most who did not deal with illness or deaths within their circle.
    What do we call the stampede 2021 wave then?
    You know they're going ahead this year in some capacity. They've got big executive salaries to fund and they're a little too quiet as of late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr2mike View Post
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    What do we call the stampede 2021 wave then?
    You know they're going ahead this year in some capacity. They've got big executive salaries to fund and they're a little too quiet as of late.
    The drunken whore wave ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    Deaths will start to come down rapidly middle of April I think.

    Figure a couple of weeks here to get through most of the 230k of the +75 geezers. A couple of weeks for immune response after that, takes us to end of March. Mean time to death from diagnosis is ~3 weeks. So we will start to see a pretty steep decline in deaths mid April through early may.
    It will be faster then this, most of the death happens in long term care housing, and they for the most part are already vaccinated. As well as the health care workers that work there.

    The other with new vaccines coming on line we will get to more people sooner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redline View Post
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    The drunken whore wave ...
    The Spit Roast Variant will cause the graph to take on an Eiffel Tower shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    The Spit Roast Variant will cause the graph to take on an Eiffel Tower shape.
    Spit roast is actually very covid safe. It’s really the responsible thing to do.
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    fact.

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