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SanchoPanza
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May 23rd, 2020 at 8:46:37 PM permalink
Quote: rsactuary

That's all Sancho Panza reads.

The soundbite came directly from CNBC, with no interemediary., if you would bother to take a 30-second look at a search engine before delivering yet another personal insult based on a 100 percent lie..
unJon
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May 23rd, 2020 at 10:06:38 PM permalink
Quote: rxwine

The sound bite reported by Fox News was certainly misleading.

Below is a video of the full interview starting at the relevant part.

https://youtu.be/0S-zBs_WaKI?t=598

CNBC sound bite was the same. Itís not a Fox News thing. Itís a news thing.
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May 24th, 2020 at 6:16:32 AM permalink
Quote: billryan

The problem is defining ''too long". Is July 1st too long? September 1st? If we lock everything down for two years, we'll be eating rats.
Taking his statement and trying to use it to justify opening today is quite a stretch.



So all of the sudden he is not an expert anymore?
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SanchoPanza
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May 24th, 2020 at 7:11:03 AM permalink
Quote: rsactuary

Also, water is wet.

And actuaries stick together.
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May 24th, 2020 at 7:36:25 AM permalink
Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: billryan

The problem is defining ''too long". Is July 1st too long? September 1st? If we lock everything down for two years, we'll be eating rats.
Taking his statement and trying to use it to justify opening today is quite a stretch.



So all of the sudden he is not an expert anymore?



Is your doctor your economic advisor? I guess it's a question they like to ask Fauci but I've not sure that is in his training. I doubt when he was managing Ebola down in Africa anyone was expecting him to answer questions about the economy there.
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May 24th, 2020 at 7:50:05 AM permalink
Quote: rxwine

Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: billryan

The problem is defining ''too long". Is July 1st too long? September 1st? If we lock everything down for two years, we'll be eating rats.
Taking his statement and trying to use it to justify opening today is quite a stretch.



So all of the sudden he is not an expert anymore?



Is your doctor your economic advisor? I guess it's a question they like to ask Fauci but I've not sure that is in his training. I doubt when he was managing Ebola down in Africa anyone was expecting him to answer questions about the economy there.




So all of the sudden, when Fauci says we need to get to re-opening, well, all of the sudden he is now NOT an expert? At least as far as some folks on here are concerned.

We need to reopen NOW. Too much damage to the economy. This was supposed to be "weeks" when they started it, is now at months. Some people seem to hope we never reopen.

The majority of the country is ready to open. Get it reopened. And with no silly mask requirements.
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May 24th, 2020 at 8:04:46 AM permalink
Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: rxwine

Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: billryan

The problem is defining ''too long". Is July 1st too long? September 1st? If we lock everything down for two years, we'll be eating rats.
Taking his statement and trying to use it to justify opening today is quite a stretch.



So all of the sudden he is not an expert anymore?



Is your doctor your economic advisor? I guess it's a question they like to ask Fauci but I've not sure that is in his training. I doubt when he was managing Ebola down in Africa anyone was expecting him to answer questions about the economy there.




So all of the sudden, when Fauci says we need to get to re-opening, well, all of the sudden he is now NOT an expert? At least as far as some folks on here are concerned.

We need to reopen NOW. Too much damage to the economy. This was supposed to be "weeks" when they started it, is now at months. Some people seem to hope we never reopen.

The majority of the country is ready to open. Get it reopened. And with no silly mask requirements.



We should all be willing to sacrifice a loved one or two before another Dennyís has to close its doors
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May 24th, 2020 at 8:17:57 AM permalink
Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: rxwine

Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: billryan

The problem is defining ''too long". Is July 1st too long? September 1st? If we lock everything down for two years, we'll be eating rats.
Taking his statement and trying to use it to justify opening today is quite a stretch.



So all of the sudden he is not an expert anymore?



Is your doctor your economic advisor? I guess it's a question they like to ask Fauci but I've not sure that is in his training. I doubt when he was managing Ebola down in Africa anyone was expecting him to answer questions about the economy there.




So all of the sudden, when Fauci says we need to get to re-opening, well, all of the sudden he is now NOT an expert? At least as far as some folks on here are concerned.

We need to reopen NOW. Too much damage to the economy. This was supposed to be "weeks" when they started it, is now at months. Some people seem to hope we never reopen.

The majority of the country is ready to open. Get it reopened. And with no silly mask requirements.



I don't recall that Fauci said you couldn't go to work. Someone else does that. And Fauci isn't giving you orders about the economy, just telling people the options.

Maybe people want to consult him about the weather.
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May 24th, 2020 at 8:56:51 AM permalink
Perhaps the good Doctor could release his NFL picks for the last three seasons. That will put to rest his so-called expertise. Heck, if he can't beat the casinos, how can he possibly beat the virus?
unJon
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May 24th, 2020 at 9:07:52 AM permalink
Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: rxwine

Quote: AZDuffman

Quote: billryan

The problem is defining ''too long". Is July 1st too long? September 1st? If we lock everything down for two years, we'll be eating rats.
Taking his statement and trying to use it to justify opening today is quite a stretch.



So all of the sudden he is not an expert anymore?



Is your doctor your economic advisor? I guess it's a question they like to ask Fauci but I've not sure that is in his training. I doubt when he was managing Ebola down in Africa anyone was expecting him to answer questions about the economy there.


This is a silly point. No one is an expert in all areas.

So all of the sudden, when Fauci says we need to get to re-opening, well, all of the sudden he is now NOT an expert? At least as far as some folks on here are concerned.

We need to reopen NOW. Too much damage to the economy. This was supposed to be "weeks" when they started it, is now at months. Some people seem to hope we never reopen.

The majority of the country is ready to open. Get it reopened. And with no silly mask requirements.

The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong; but that is the way to bet.

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