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>> No. 23797 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:24 am
23797 ITZ 48K - 8 Bit Edition
Bozza dead by next week, bet your house on it.
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>> No. 23798 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:28 am
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>>23797
Mirth.
>> No. 23799 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:28 am
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>>23797
Mirth.
>> No. 23800 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:31 am
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>>23798
>>23799
>> No. 23801 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:31 am
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>>23797
Now I want to play Chucky Egg.
>> No. 23814 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 2:20 am
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Alright, alright, I'll fucking stay indoors.
>> No. 23819 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 4:18 am
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I thought I didn't want David Cameron as prime minister.
Then it turned out I really didn't want Theresa May as prime minister.
Then, I really, really didn't want Boris Johnson as prime minister.

I note that the BBC published a fresh profile on Dominic "Licky Fingers" Raab yesterday.
>> No. 23821 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 6:59 am
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>>23784
>>23793
>>23794
Wait, is this why I heard a burst of applause from all my neighbours the other day? I was so fucking confused.
>> No. 23822 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 8:14 am
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I'd love to see Putin's briefing document on Raaaab.
>> No. 23823 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 8:20 am
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>>23821
There was a round of applause at 3pm on Sunday to show the kiddies we're thinking of them.

Tonight at 8pm we're clapping for Bozza. Thursday at 8pm we're clapping for the NHS and petrol station forecourt workers.
>> No. 23824 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 9:28 am
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New thread? We're already up to 10 posts and my PDP-1 is audibly struggling.
>> No. 23825 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 9:49 am
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>>23824
Yeah, my SSEM can't keep up either.
>> No. 23826 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 10:13 am
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>>23824
>>23825

Same here. My Etch-a-sketch sounds like it's about to snuff it too.
>> No. 23827 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 10:57 am
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>>23824
>>23825
>>23826

All home computing devices since 1971 will soon be supported.

Yours fraternally, Threadmaster General.

_________________________

Posted from Blackberry.
>> No. 23828 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:16 am
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>>23824
Just discovered Spacewar! thanks to this post. For a game from 1962 it's surprisingly complex. Animation, physics, 2 player controls, and the simpler Pong on the PDP-1 was two years later. I guess because Pong was a one man show and Spacewar! had several top beardies at MIT working on it collaboratively.
>> No. 23829 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:23 am
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>>23821
If you don't come out and clap your neighbours will think of you as a cunt.
Good thing they already do for me.
>> No. 23830 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:30 am
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>>23829
This is why living in a decent area is a bad idea.
>> No. 23831 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:49 am
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>>23829
One of my neighbours was mowing the lawn at 9am this morning so he can go and fuck himself with a rake.
>> No. 23832 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:54 am
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I haven't quite understood the purpose of this thread.
>> No. 23833 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:55 am
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>>23832
Have you read the manual? Computers aren't for everyone but if you haven't even read the manual you're obviously not going to know what's going on.
>> No. 23834 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:57 am
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If Boris croaks this whole country's gonna blow.
>> No. 23835 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 11:59 am
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>>23834

How?
>> No. 23836 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:17 pm
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>>23834
They'll just stuff him with hay and prop him up and do a voice over if that happens.
>> No. 23837 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:20 pm
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>>23836
I could imagine Dominic Raab wearing him like some sort of skin suit.
>> No. 23838 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:47 pm
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>>23832
Mr. Biffo shitposting
>> No. 23839 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:50 pm
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>>23838

Biffo's missus is fit as fuck.


>> No. 23840 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 12:59 pm
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/07/new-zealand-health-minister-demoted-after-beach-visit-broke-lockdown-rules


>New Zealand health minister demoted after beach visit broke lockdown rules

>David Clark called himself an ‘idiot’ for driving his family 20km to the beach on the first weekend of the national stay-at-home measures
>> No. 23841 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:16 pm
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>>23819

After all it turned out you really, really, didn't want Dominic "Licky Fingers" Raab as prime minister.

>>23836
pic related
>> No. 23842 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 1:31 pm
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>>23836

A country led by a Newgrounds Flash Soundboard
>> No. 23846 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 2:15 pm
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Beeb won't let me access old In Our Time episodes. Time to 3D print a gun, I guess.
>> No. 23847 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 2:16 pm
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>>23842

Andrew Marr: These figures are damning, Priminister. People are dying as a direct result of your decision not to lock down the country based on the advice of behavioural scientists and "game theory".

Borbot: PING PONG IS COMING HOME!
>> No. 23848 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 2:23 pm
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>>23838 >>23839
Get a room. He might deserve to sit alongside the likes of Ashens, Tom Scott, bigclivedotcom, ralfydotcom and photonicinduction as a resident gs YouTuber but without watching that I very much doubt it.
>> No. 23863 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 4:52 pm
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Clapping for Boris is a form of assault and I retain my right to self-defense.
>> No. 23864 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 5:37 pm
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>>23848

Biffo is a legend and if you're any sort of britfa you'd be welcoming the godfather of teletext with open arms.
>> No. 23866 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 5:39 pm
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Not great.

Apologies to you lads watching in 256 colours.
>> No. 23867 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 5:43 pm
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>>23866

I've only got a green and black 8" display attached to my Atari 2600 but I'm assuming that means that we haven't flattened the curve.
>> No. 23868 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 5:53 pm
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>>23866
My ABC-80 doesn't support .jpgs.
>> No. 23869 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 6:39 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra50bmI50kA
>> No. 23870 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 6:44 pm
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>>23866
While dishonest i can certainly understand the reasoning for adjusting the numbers, or maintaining strict measures on identifying the virus.
If people were crazed on toilet paper, to the extent of mugging the aged, what will we do if the pandemic appeared much more severe? A friend of mine used to boast how he'd basically become a tyrant if shit hit the fan and he's exactly the type to rise to the hysteria. Thankfully his response has been much less directly explosive than that but i can see him and plenty of others working themselves and their communities into a state of pure panic.

We need to keep a calm head on things and this is a way of doing that, for the time being. What are the alternatives; tell the raw facts and risk a nation in chaos? (I'm in a reletively unaffected area, maybe it's worse in Lundun).

As a side note, a friend of mine developed significant corona like symptoms after intimate contact with a another who's since been confirmed as carrying the virus (outside of the country). The friend was hospitalised but her tests returned negative. There was a delay on test results and she says they didn't take samples very well, but ultimately she's got off lightly with only the use of antibiotics and an inhaler. Another friend was in prolonged immidiate contact with this person but appears to be clear of any symptoms, up to 10 days later.
Now i don't know what i'm talking about, but i'm wondering if my friends illness might be a less lethal strain or copycat kind of virus rather than full blown corona, therefore not reaching the criteria to be recorded on the government tally. Or maybe she did have it and and somehow didn't pass it to the otherfriend - which in itself seems a miricle as they were living in close proximity for 7 days or so. Either way, the results are good and both have isolated themselves just to be sure - the results of which can only be considered constructive even if the case wasn't counted.

But then again don't they say to judge by actions, not intention? Maybe i'm an arsehole.
>> No. 23871 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 6:48 pm
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>>23869

Sad to see that Conor McGregor has relapsed again.
>> No. 23872 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 6:55 pm
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>>23870
>maybe it's worse in Lundun
There was someone doing handbrake turns on the main road earlier and about 70% of the people I passed outdoors were either drunk or carrying bottles of alcohol so fairly normal as far as London goes.
>> No. 23873 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 7:08 pm
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>>23868

Neither does my Roland CR-78.
>> No. 23874 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 8:15 pm
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My friend's got a text from the NHS today telling them they're at high risk of severe illness if they catch coronavirus so they have to remain at home for 12 weeks unless a healthcare professional tells them to leave. It seems a bit late in the day for this sort of thing.
>> No. 23875 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 8:44 pm
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Happy to say that nobody in my street clapped.
>> No. 23880 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 9:39 pm
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Revealed: Donald Trump has a 'small financial interest' in hydroxychloroquine firm and was lobbied in the Oval Office by Fox News host Laura Ingraham before praising it at White House briefing

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8196061/Trump-small-financial-hydroxychloroquine-firm-lobbied-Laura-Ingraham.html
>> No. 23881 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 9:39 pm
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>>23875
I slept through it. I suppose it's better not to know.
>> No. 23882 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 9:47 pm
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Thoughts and prayers go out to your political vacuum Mr. Boris.
>> No. 23883 Anonymous
7th April 2020
Tuesday 10:31 pm
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>>23882
Well at least we've moved on from pigs.
>> No. 23890 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 7:56 am
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ONE MONTH OF RAAB.
>> No. 23891 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 8:52 am
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>>23890
>helps people breath
I knew it. Which one of you two writes for the Sun?
>> No. 23892 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 9:16 am
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>>23891
Have some respect. We'd never stoop to The Sun; that's clearly the work of Mail Online.
>> No. 23893 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 3:15 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbW7pVaKDdM

Pay debts, China!
>> No. 23894 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 3:24 pm
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>>23893

Meanwhile in Wuhan:


>> No. 23895 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 3:30 pm
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Damn, they've followed up about my offer to volunteer during this thing. I'm going to have to start wearing clean clothes and stuff again.
>> No. 23896 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 8:29 pm
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>>23643
>UK's coronavirus crisis kills a Briton every TWO MINUTES as figures show Birmingham is England's hotspot with almost 1,400 cases

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8199363/UKs-coronavirus-crisis-kills-Briton-TWO-MINUTES-Birmingham-Englands-hotspot.html

>BAME groups hit harder by Covid-19 than white people, UK study suggests

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/07/bame-groups-hit-harder-covid-19-than-white-people-uk

See? It's all that cousin fucking.
>> No. 23897 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 8:43 pm
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>>23896

Is that why Boris and Charles and other poshos are getting it too?
>> No. 23898 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 8:56 pm
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>>23897
Inbreeding in the aristocracy is certainly unheard of.
>> No. 23899 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 9:16 pm
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>>23896
It's also the fact that a lot live with 3 or 4 generations all under one roof
>> No. 23900 Anonymous
8th April 2020
Wednesday 10:19 pm
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>>23899

Fritzl would have been fucked.
>> No. 23901 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 10:17 am
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>> No. 23902 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 11:59 am
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USA will be up to 500,000 cases and 20,000 deaths in a few days.
>> No. 23903 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 12:40 pm
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Anybody wonder why the Norks don't have it?
>> No. 23904 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 12:43 pm
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>>23903

Good border control.
>> No. 23905 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 12:59 pm
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The deadliest day reported in Italy was 971 deaths, in Spain 950.

We had 938 deaths yesterday and expected to continue to rise.
>> No. 23906 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 1:38 pm
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>>23905
Classic British exceptionalism. We won't let ourselves be outdone by a gaggle of no-good dagos and greaseballs.
>> No. 23907 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 4:08 pm
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>> No. 23908 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 4:56 pm
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>>23907
Thanks for that. I had £50 on ebola. Waste of my money.
>> No. 23909 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 5:31 pm
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>>23907
So we've got people complaining about long threads on their shite machines but autoplaying gifs are fine?
>> No. 23910 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 5:33 pm
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>>23909
Yes.
>> No. 23911 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 5:38 pm
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>>23909
Absolutely.
>> No. 23912 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 6:14 pm
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Feel like pure shit. Just want to go down the pub with the boys.
>> No. 23913 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 6:52 pm
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>>23870
I was really hoping someone would contest this so i may learn something.
>> No. 23914 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 7:36 pm
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>>23913

Contest what exactly?

The opposite point could be made that the govt has it in their own best interests to oversell the severity of the pandemic to encourage compliance with distancing measures.

If people think that the disease isn't an issue, they'll continue to socialize and the spread will place sufficient stress in the NHS that it becomes an issue.

Depending on what model you look at, our numbers appear lower at this point in the development of the pandemic than what was predicted.

When numbers start going down, people stop complying with distancing and numbers start to climb again.

With regards to inaccurate reporting of numbers, there are a number of non-political reasons this is an issue. We don't have enough tests so it is impossible to test everyone. So we are only testing those with severe symptoms. This means that all the data we have regarding morbidity and mortality is skewed towards the worst cases.

If somebody develops COVID-19 and dies of a heart attack while infected. Do you count them as a COVID-19 death or not?

If somebody dies of COVID-19 before being tested, they should really be tested to ensure the numbers are as accurate as possible, but being that there isn't even enough testing capacity to be routinely looking at front line healthcare workers, how are you going to waste a test on a corpse?

People in Oxford are currently testing 3000 people for COVID-19 with antibody tests to get a better handle on the actual number of infections in the population. A group in Germany is performing a similar study. Looking at the cult in South Korea, a much higher percentage of people were infected than required medical attention.

I think with this virus, we're going to find that a lot more people are infected, or have been infected, than we realise and that the morbidity/mortality of the virus is not as bad as it currently appears.

The issues presented by COVID-19 are not biological, nor medical. They are economic. If the NHS hadn't been starved of funds for a decade this would be less of an issue. If more doctors and nurses had been trained over the last 10 years in order to accomodate population increase and demographic shifts towards elderly this would have been more managable. If global supply chains weren't optimized only to maximize profit margins and instead were engineered with redundancy and contingency in place, this would be less of a problem.

You'll have a vaccine in 18 months if you're lucky. Antivirals will never be an effective treatment for this disease. The key to minimizing the harm caused by COVID-19 is to maximize the number of ventilators and trained staff available to deal with the minority of cases that require intensive care.
>> No. 23915 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 10:07 pm
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ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
>> No. 23916 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 10:11 pm
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>>23866

Do you have the actual source on that chart lad? It obviously says FT, but do you have a link to the article? Because it looks remarkably like scaremongering bullshit.
>> No. 23918 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 10:21 pm
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>>23912

Go on Nige, show us your bollocks, why don't you. You're halfway there already.
>> No. 23919 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 10:24 pm
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>>23915

This also looks remarkably like scaremongering bullshit too. Scaremongering bullshit that needs to be watched on at least 1.5x speed.
>> No. 23920 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 10:57 pm
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>>23915

>ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

I don't really know why this would be your response. Obviously biolabs work on viruses.
>> No. 23921 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 11:05 pm
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>>23918

Sign up to the Onlyfans like everybody else peasant.
>> No. 23922 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 11:10 pm
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>>23920

Everybody knows that Wuhan Institute of Technology hired a new Post-Doc in November and he didn't wash his hands and that is how the gain-of-function bat virus escaped.

Nobody in Wuhan could admit this at the time (and still can't) because it would result in a massive loss of face, which we all know is the worst possible outcome for anything.

The head of the Provence then held a feast of 40,000 people communally following this as a show of face to assuage the fears of the people because there's nothing to worry about, a little bit of laduzi, a little bit of pneumonia never hurt anyone who mattered.

Lol jokes. Zoonotic diseases emerge in literally every country, literally every other month and there is nothing that can be done to prevent this, or stem the spread of these when they arise.
>> No. 23923 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 11:14 pm
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>>23922

http://www.whiov.cas.cn/105341/201911/t20191118_5438006.html
>> No. 23924 Anonymous
9th April 2020
Thursday 11:15 pm
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>>23916

The data is accurate - the time lag on death reporting (particularly for out-of-hospital deaths) means that the daily reported death toll is a significant under-estimate; many of the deaths being reported as part of today's toll actually happened several days ago. On top of that, we're bottlenecked by testing capacity - we can do about 10,000 tests per day, but it often takes three or four tests per patient to get an accurate result. This means that both the daily new cases and the daily deaths figure represents the upper bound of our testing capacity, not the actual number of cases.
>> No. 23925 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 12:58 am
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>>23924

Your answer doesn't demonstrate that the chart is true. It just offers speculation as to why the chart might be true and that is as good as rumour. Truthiness if you will.

If you have a link to the orginal article or another article to that affect which reports on this alleged death - confirmation gap or a link to NHS death records for recent days that I could use confirm this to be the case that would satisfy my doubt.
>> No. 23926 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 1:19 am
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>>23925

The FT is paywalled, but here's the Twitter thread from the FT's economics editor, the source data from the ONS and a couple of relevant articles from The Guardian.

https://twitter.com/ChrisGiles_/status/1247458186300456960

https://t.co/V3INF4Y7nw

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/04/why-what-we-think-we-know-about-the-uks-coronavirus-death-toll-is-wrong

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/09/covid-19-hundreds-of-uk-care-home-deaths-not-added-to-official-toll
>> No. 23927 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 2:03 am
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>>23926

Looked into the figures on that sheet it looks accurate, it seems mostly that the NHS aren't in a rush normally to declare a deaths and cause of death so they aren't included in the 'up to date' figures, as you said.

Nothing sinister, just that level of immediate reporting is not normally expected proceedure as far as I can tell.
>> No. 23928 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 10:51 am
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>>23926
Problem with the ONS report is that they're doing a very simplistic search for mentions of covid-19 on death certificates, there's no context.
A lot of these additional numbers will be either where covid has been mentioned as a possible contributing factpr or simply be pure speculation of the coroners.
>> No. 23929 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 11:03 am
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>>23928
Other problem being there are plenty of people dying at home and in care homes from covid-19 that are being ignored or not counted.
>> No. 23930 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 11:21 am
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>> No. 23931 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 11:33 am
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>>23930
Google finds two articles that image appeared in from the same source: one suggesting the police are going to start getting tougher on enforcement and another from three hours later quoting the Home Secretary saying "no they ain't".
>> No. 23932 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 11:38 am
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>>23929

That isn't a thing that happens. People obviously do die at home but the idea that no one ever looks into the cause of death and it isn't recorded is simply untrue.
>> No. 23933 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 11:44 am
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>>23932
I know the bodies weren't found in a dwelling but what happened with the Stephen Port murders make me question that assertion.
>> No. 23934 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 11:51 am
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>>23931
It was from a Mail article but they appear to have since removed the image from it. Is Priti Patel actually trusted to do stuff now?
>> No. 23935 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 12:12 pm
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>>23193
>https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/03/20/exhausted-nurses-overwhelmed-london-hospital-wore-bin-bags-protect/

They apparently tested positive recently.

>>23193">https://metro.co.uk/2020/04/08/nurses-wore-bin-bags-due-ppe-shortage-test-positive-coronavirus-12530286/>>23193
>> No. 23936 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 12:16 pm
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>>23932
>That isn't a thing that happens.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/09/covid-19-hundreds-of-uk-care-home-deaths-not-added-to-official-toll
Why do you say things with such confidence when you haven't the slightest idea what you're talking about? Is this the Dunning-Kreuger effect in action?
>> No. 23937 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 12:28 pm
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>>23935
>>23185

>https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/03/20/exhausted-nurses-overwhelmed-london-hospital-wore-bin-bags-protect/

I'll try not to fuck it up this time.

https://metro.co.uk/2020/04/08/nurses-wore-bin-bags-due-ppe-shortage-test-positive-coronavirus-12530286/
>> No. 23938 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 1:00 pm
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>>23937

Just wait for the otherlad to come along and say that's all made up because the bins he uses aren't blue.
>> No. 23939 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 1:42 pm
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>>23933

You mean when the original inquests into the deaths returned open verdicts and the coroner stated “some concerns surrounding Daniel's death which have not been answered by the police investigation".

The police mishandled it because the police are homophobic barbarians with state approval that roam the countryside, the ONS and Coroners’ Society of England & Wales rarely make assumptions and come up with definitive answers.
>> No. 23940 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 1:45 pm
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>>23936

I'll side with a random bloke over the internet who claims to know what he;s on about over a Guardian journo who definitely doesn't know what they're on about, TBQPFH m8.
>> No. 23941 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 1:47 pm
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>>23936

They aren't added at that point because they haven't been fully recorded yet. they won't appear on those figures because the coronor hadn't reached a conclusion at the time. Of course they end up in official figures they just aren't in your 24 hour around the clock up to date scaremongering reporting you spazpot.

This is the media making their own story they push for the numbers known at a certain point then act shocked when those numbers need to be revised later.
>> No. 23942 Anonymous
10th April 2020
Friday 2:30 pm
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>>23941

So what you're saying is there are plenty of people dying at home and in care homes from covid-19 that are being ignored or not counted.
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