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13 minutes ago, RandyH000 said:

where have you been   ----he died in 2018   -

Tell me something I don't know. 

Back to what you said:

Bill being the smartest man on the planet. He is smart, but not nearly as smart as many others. Bill seems to have an agenda, and it's not hard to see.

$50,000 is like a million dollars today. It is not even $150,000 in today's money.

 

Why do you.... Oh, never mind. 

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3 hours ago, mungkiman said:

Trying to keep people free from disease, poverty and hunger? Sounds downright un-american...

 

Sounds like there needs to be more success in education, hygiene and birth control. As it is, and has been, we keep pouring money into a bottomless pit... keep doing what we always done expecting a different outcome thing. 

 

3 hours ago, mungkiman said:

Sounds downright un-american...

 

Although your response was a bit derogatory, it does hit the nail on the head. What Bill Gates is trying to do is un-American. Just like Hollywood uses comedy to get most people to accept any perverted act as normal, Bill is using some of the ills of the world to make a case for what he really wants. 

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57 minutes ago, RandyH000 said:
 

What doctors know about the risk of COVID-19 for kids: "The science is constantly evolving"

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/coronavirus-children-risk-covid-19/

There is some good data in this article.  Thanks for sharing.  "Science sort of has shown us that kids under 10 really don't get it very often, in fact, very rarely get it at all, and if they do get it, they're asymptomatic," he said.

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20 minutes ago, billybob said:

Think that is another word for carrier.

This is probably true but between 25-50% of the population could already be asymptomatic carriers.  This is a good thing as long as we protect the vulnerable.  And the data are very clear who the vulnerable are.

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Just now, pbphoto said:

This is probably true but between 25-50% of the population could already be asymptomatic carriers.  This is a good thing as long as we protect the vulnerable.  And the data is very clear who the vulnerable are.

Not everything has been learned by this novel virus. Let us just take what is known to date in this evolving situation. The vulnerable then are what ten or more years of age. What of those people? 

Are parents going to protect themselves? The grandparents?

Sorry but, just for the kids to be able to go to school physically may well indeed complicate an

already complex situation.

You need not bother to answer as,

I have no children to consider.

Even though some time has elapsed since the onset here, more time, not forever, yet more time needs to expose the risk, which is

in the works with schools reopening. Just another quarter may make for a more suitable time.

This said, you should do what you

believe. Nothing but respect for you and other parents.

 

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