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  1. It's getting harder and harder to be optimistic,...

    It's getting harder and harder to be optimistic, but I sincerely appreciate the sentiment

    Almost half of the deaths yesterday, as well as the cumulative deaths, in the U.S. have happened in New...
  2. I’m welcome for input of the thought process is...

    I’m welcome for input of the thought process is off-base, but either way, the process would start all over again, but if we can figure out how to help with herd immunity while minimizing the negative...
  3. As far as fear about X% of the population getting...

    As far as fear about X% of the population getting this, we actually want the 80% who will have minimal symptoms to get it and get over it as quickly as possible, as long as we can minimize the...
  4. Yes. Sorry. There have been a lot of numbers...

    Yes. Sorry. There have been a lot of numbers swimming around in my head. I believe the 9 came from 327 million x 3% (an estimate derived from the Vo Eugano infection rate).
  5. If 17% of Americans truly have the virus, the...

    If 17% of Americans truly have the virus, the death totals would be much higher at a rate of 1.7%. If you multiply 927 million times .17 x .017 and you’ll get a very high number for the expected...
  6. We need truly random statistical sampling with...

    We need truly random statistical sampling with these Covid-19 tests in order to create an accurate model. As far as I know, we are testing sick persons and persons of interest. We need to test a...
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    Minlend could be a guy who makes a splash. He is...

    Minlend could be a guy who makes a splash. He is very good at driving to the hoop and there are probably multiple Pac-12 and major conference teams that could use his talents and experience. It's...
  8. I can think of only one chucker off the top of my...

    I can think of only one chucker off the top of my head— and I’m thinking that you’re thinking what I’m thinking about who this is (I think). I am hard pressed to come up with who I would put at #2 on...
  9. GU has had a lot of skilled players over the...

    GU has had a lot of skilled players over the years, but even better shot selection.
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    It's been a long, steady climb for Gonzaga. If...

    It's been a long, steady climb for Gonzaga. If someone identifies a program today that will be the next Gonzaga, we probably won't know for many years...
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    I've read a handful of stories on the Wichita St...

    I've read a handful of stories on the Wichita St transfer situation and there seems to be no introspection or accountability for the mass exodus there. One article blamed the improvement in...
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    That’s a good question. Can you ever have too...

    That’s a good question. Can you ever have too much athleticism on the wing? I suppose you can interchange them in the lineup and not change what you are doing much. You could play small ball with...
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    Can he do it without strippers and payola?

    Can he do it without strippers and payola?
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    I didn’t notice this the first time, but I agree....

    I didn’t notice this the first time, but I agree. He seems thicker down low, maybe, too. He could get some back to the basket stuff going pretty easily, it seems to me. What a find in Gonzaga’s back...
  15. Sorry for your loss LIZF

    Sorry for your loss LIZF
  16. Ken Burns could do a documentary on the history...

    Ken Burns could do a documentary on the history of paint drying and I would probably watch it.
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    His movements look so much like Brandon Clarke to...

    His movements look so much like Brandon Clarke to me.
  18. Thanks for sharing. That is a missing link in the...

    Thanks for sharing. That is a missing link in the “why was Italy so bad?” chain. This would justify the canceling of sporting events here.
  19. Thanks, everyone, for the conversation. I was...

    Thanks, everyone, for the conversation. I was hesitant to post in this thread due to memories of the OCC and I’ve enjoyed the varied opinions here.
  20. Agree with that line of thought. Lombardy is...

    Agree with that line of thought. Lombardy is similar to Washington St, in that it skews the data. I actually checked back in on the page and they’ve updated the chart, and the trend is now up... it...
  21. http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/caldo/SISMG_sinte...

    http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/caldo/SISMG_sintesi_ULTIMO.pdf

    https://swprs.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/italy-mortality-65yo.png

    Edit: I’m going to leave this up for discussion but I don’t...
  22. https://bmcinfectdis.biomedcentral.com/articles/10...

    https://bmcinfectdis.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2334-14-480 :


    For starters, the data we are working with on influenza is terrible (equally bad ranges are reported by the CDC). If we...
  23. I echo Former’s sentiment. I hope this pandemic...

    I echo Former’s sentiment. I hope this pandemic raises awareness of influenza. The CDC has a number called P&I, which describes death rate due to pneumonia and influenza, and it is at 7%. It is a...
  24. I’m glad I’m not the one having to make those...

    I’m glad I’m not the one having to make those decisions.

    One potential compromise that I see— which would be a tall order, still— would be to do the social distancing and shelter in place stuff...
  25. Comorbidities are useful in risk assessment and...

    Comorbidities are useful in risk assessment and have nothing to do with a person’s intrinsic value. All of these draconian measures that limit the freedom of persons who are low risk for...
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