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raananh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Only the idiots among whites, and they usually get degrees from universities such as Columbia.

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raananh -1 points ago +1 / -2

So, again, I am asking you, "Are you implying this is a hoax and just happened briefly for a quick photo-shoot opportunity? Yes or no?"

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raananh -2 points ago +1 / -3

So, again, I am asking you, "Are you implying this is a hoax and just happened briefly for a quick photo-shoot opportunity? Yes or no?"

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raananh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Me too: I am not afraid of the virus. If you under 60, there' nothing to worry much about this virus.

But this does not change the hypocrisy of the CDC: packed planes can fly with no checks, from anywhere to anywhere, to spread the virus.

But, you can't go to church, gym, school or vote in-person.

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raananh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Simple question: would fly on a plane if I tell you one person is infected (asymptomatic) and sits close to you, for 2 hours flight, with air moving rapidly, and taking 3 minutes to be replaced? Yes or no?

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raananh 4 points ago +4 / -0

Air circulates, for sure, but, according to the you, after 3 minutes, you will get new air.

But if you are sitting close to one infected passenger, for 2 hours of flight, at least... ????

Would you go on a flight if I tell you that one passenger is infected? Yes or no?

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raananh 0 points ago +1 / -1

No. Air circulates, for sure, but, according to the airlines, after 3 minutes, you will get new air.

But if you are sitting close to one infected passenger, for 2 hours of flight, at least... ????

Would you go on a flight if I tell you that one passenger is infected? Yes or no?

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raananh 0 points ago +1 / -1

No. Air circulates, for sure, but, according to the airlines, after 3 minutes, you will get new air.

But if you are sitting close to one infected passenger, for 2 hours of flight, at least... ????

Would you go on a flight if I tell you that one passenger is infected? Yes or no?

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raananh 1 point ago +2 / -1 (edited)

Still, air is circulating inside the cabin, while we have to sit outdoor in restaurants for a 20 minutes meal because "no air circulation" in-door, at 25% capacity.

Let's assume this virus had 10% fatality rate, instead of the Corona with maybe 0.2%.

At the end of 2 hours flight, how many people will be sick due to one passenger infected? Would you fly in such a condition?

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