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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby DanFreibergerForHeisman » Mon Jul 06, 2020 9:16 am

Dukie wrote:Meanwhile, Sherrington thinks we may have spring football:

Spring football has always seemed like a good idea.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby malonish » Mon Jul 06, 2020 11:06 am

We could just watch the AAF.

Whoops.

Good thing we have the XFL.

Oh.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby BUS » Mon Jul 06, 2020 12:38 pm

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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby ponyboy » Mon Jul 06, 2020 2:44 pm

The WHO has backed off that position, I think, BUS.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby malonish » Mon Jul 06, 2020 3:16 pm

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“The majority of transmission that we know about is that people who have symptoms transmit the virus to other people through infectious droplets,” Van Kerkhove said. “But there are a subset of people who don’t develop symptoms, and to truly understand how many people don’t have symptoms, we don’t actually have that answer yet.”

Ponyboy is correct. Statement is more of an unknown quantity than a "No it ain't happnin" and was a miscommunication at first. Another quote in the article talks about how people are most infectious in the pre-symptomatic phase before they really start to feel like doo doo.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby Dukie » Thu Jul 16, 2020 3:07 pm

mr. pony wrote:
Greenwich Pony wrote:I hate to point this out, but if it's not safe for the bands, it is certainly not safe for the football players. I know this is all about the money, but if you are unwilling to risk band members lives (and why would you want to?) then you can't risk athletes' lives either.


Nobody’s LIVES will be in danger, Nancy.
(What, you read The DMN a lot?)

If you’re under 70 with no underlying issues, your chance of dying from coronavirus is barely above zero .

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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby gostangs » Thu Jul 16, 2020 3:48 pm

Well he aint wrong. Except for some of the alumni band I guess - some of them look 90.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby malonish » Thu Jul 16, 2020 4:18 pm

mr. pony wrote:
Greenwich Pony wrote:I hate to point this out, but if it's not safe for the bands, it is certainly not safe for the football players. I know this is all about the money, but if you are unwilling to risk band members lives (and why would you want to?) then you can't risk athletes' lives either.


Nobody’s LIVES will be in danger, Nancy.
(What, you read The DMN a lot?)

If you’re under 70 with no underlying issues, your chance of dying from coronavirus is barely above zero .


Wrong, with a garnish of racism. Like parsley.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby Dukie » Thu Jul 16, 2020 6:08 pm

gostangs wrote:Well he aint wrong. Except for some of the alumni band I guess - some of them look 90.

Oh he's very, very wrong.
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Re: no marching band this football season for AAC

Postby gostangs » Thu Jul 16, 2020 7:17 pm

Dukie wrote:
gostangs wrote:Well he aint wrong. Except for some of the alumni band I guess - some of them look 90.

Oh he's very, very wrong.


From the leftist magazine the Atlantic.....

If the latest surge is concentrated among younger Americans, that would partly explain the declining death count. Young people are much less likely to die from this disease, even if they face other health risks. International data from South Korea, Spain, China, and Italy suggest that the COVID-19 case-fatality rate for people older than 70 is more than 100 times greater than for those younger than 40.

100X greater is an almost unheard of statistical difference. He is correct
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