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1 pointNot quite a publication yet. Only a twitter page. I can’t run a publication while trying to do good in school & play baseball every weekend. That would be a nightmare. I will wait a few years to expand my college football empire!!!
1 point1,000+ deaths in 24 h in Brazil. 5,500+ deaths in 7 days. Still, the president and state governors want people to return to normal everyday life. I'm getting crazy in this country.
1 pointHey, blog’s a blog. We all have to start somewhere. Totallympics Media wasn’t even a thing this time last year. Me and @Vojthas had just begun planning our first podcast episode around this time last year. Well in terms of American Football fans around here, you have @Monzanator and then @bmo (who runs a college football publication I believe). Myself and bmo are both Lions fans. I can’t remember who Monzanator cheers for.
1 pointAre you calling Totallympics Media crappy? Where’s that “how dare you button” when I actually need it. We’re already acquainted from Twitter by the way. We’ve had some really fun discussions about international sports, and (more importantly for @bmo) American Football.
1 pointNot sure why you think that populous countries should have advantages in technology and research, but many countries that are doing great in those areas are rather small countries (Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Israel, Ireland, Finland, Singapore, the Netherlands). I also don't think that you can trust the official death stats in the US. I saw some stat today that in many states there have been far more pneumonia deaths than usual those last couple of months. For example in Indiana there were 2149 pneumonia deaths, while the five year average is 384. In Illinois there were 3984 pneumonia deaths, while the five year average is 782, and so on ... Either you believe that this is a coincidence unrelated to coronavirus or you have to assume that the deaths are massively undercounted in the US. I think a conservative guess for the real number of deaths would be 150 000.
1 pointPublic gatherings of 100 people are now allowed in Croatia. During the past five days combined, only one new case was detected!