Scott McVicker

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Scott McVicker commented on Masks, and the theater of security

Good. You have made the next step. Time to eliminate masking.

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Scott McVicker commented on Masks, and the theater of security

That is a fair point. Let's imagine an infected individual exhaling virus. Quantity / Separation / Length of exposure are all variables. We would like to protect the person who is not already infected. Now we are back guarding against the inhalation.

The grade of mask used will depe…

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Scott McVicker commented on Masks, and the theater of security

Perhaps a different analogy: The virus as a small house fly. The standard, flimsy, one string around each ear mask you see everyone wearing as a chain link fence. Seeing others wearing masks may make you feel better, but realistically, they are not doing much.

Rather than worry abou…

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Scott McVicker commented on Solving ‘unsolvable’ problems

I use OpenOffice Writer and format my responses there. Yes, when uploaded, it looks all mushed together, but when finalized it looks as I intended.

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Scott McVicker commented on Solving ‘unsolvable’ problems

I'm sorry, but knowing what we know about this virus (the death rate outside the susceptible population), the ONLY priority is getting the economy and millions of people back to work.

Then to boast about how you, personally have benefited from the absence of those sequestered in the…

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There was always a fiscal/financial windshield to this virus response. You are now hearing from the first people to impact that windshield. And the worst part? We allowed this to be done...because we naively trusted our government to “protect” us.

Printing money and going into deep,…

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Scott McVicker commented on When is it enough?

(Sorry for the long post)

Jorg:

It would seem you have talked around the point. Off with the shoes and socks. Time to put your feet in the water.

To carry on with your example...If someone coughed in my face who was ill with something (I expect this has happened to you t…

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Scott McVicker commented on When is it enough?

In all the months of writing about this over-reaction, yours is the first response to use the word "despicable" and point me to a hit piece. Makes we wonder about your objectivity. I will need to look you up before reviewing that "info".

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When the dust settles and we all acknowledge that the response to this flu virus was, without exception, the worst decision in the history of civilization, we will remember those who favored the authoritarian stick (like Canepa). Remember to vote him out as soon as possible. Seek to ignor…

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Scott McVicker commented on When is it enough?

If you did not like my chance occurrence, please provide one you find more relevant / to your liking. If you would like to update the death percentage in this County, please do (still 119 deaths, just checked).

As for the realm aquatic: The virus is the shark. Stay out of the water.…