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3/27/20
12:45 PM
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$5K is a nice chunk of money, but medical equipment needs to be highly reliable, highly accurate and work in an integrated medical monitoring system. Read more

3/27/20
11:51 AM
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I’m sure it will be like the bonus payout where you must be employed at the time of payout. So if they fire/layoff the employee or the employee leaves, they don’t get their deferred salary + interest.

3/27/20
11:46 AM
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Ventilators on Amazon for $500 dollars? The only ones I see are for things like sleep apnea and oxigen concentration. These are NOT suitable for people with a life threatening breathing issue like those COVID-19 patients suffer from. Read more

3/24/20
3:05 PM
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There most certainly were riders to the bill outlining all sorts of non-COVID-19 related pork and partisan agenda items. Gender equality and environmental proposals that otherwise wouldn’t stand a chance of getting too far out of committes were and may still be in the 1000+ pages of this “Relief” bill. Dems and Reps Read more

3/24/20
12:14 PM
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It would be unfair to divert the trolly and frankly bad for the country. If you divert it, all those families of the ones that got run over will sue the Government for not diverting the trolly sooner. All those that didn’t get run over will be on the hook to pay their share of the expenses for not dyinging and now Read more

3/24/20
12:01 PM
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I’m all for more accountability in this relief bill and restrictions on how much bail out money for large corporations, but why do we need gender equality quotas in business and environmental regulations to help people deal with this COVID-19 crisis?

3/23/20
10:48 AM
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However, it is just easier and more economical for the insurance company to just raise the policy rates and recoup the cost of the payout over time. That’s the great thing about insurance companies. They can raise rates for just about any reason. They raised mine when I called asking about how long I had to file a Read more

3/23/20
10:43 AM
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Most cities in the US and a lot around the world have laws saying they cannot be held liable for a host of things. Keeps people from saying they tripped on the cracks in sidewalks and sue for a million dollars. Read more

3/17/20
11:22 AM
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In an attempt to reduce the instances of people getting COVID-19, my company has decided to have most people work from home since our jobs are generally I/T in nature. However, if you want/need to come into the office, you will be forced to sit in conference rooms with everyone else. Not sure of the reasoning behind Read more

3/5/20
10:06 PM
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My biggest worry is for my father. He has several health factors that seems to bump his chance of death anywhere between 5% and 50%. 

3/5/20
9:51 PM
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That seems about right. He was using 2 regular carts and they are XL carts in those warehouse stores. Read more

3/5/20
5:12 PM
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At my local warehouse club, a guy was buying 10 packs of TP. These are not the 6 roll packs. They were the 6 pack of 6 roll packs. He had another flat cart of bottled water. He didn’t buy much food. Jokingly I asked him if he stocked up on bullets and gold. His response, in a prickish tone, was that he knew people Read more

3/5/20
4:58 PM
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Hillary lost because of Russia. That has been, still is and will be the prevailing party line. It wasn’t that she was overly confident in her political power, gender, history in government or DNC interventions.

3/3/20
12:08 PM
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The Fiero wasn’t that bad.....in its last year of production.....compared to other cars of that era.....from the Big Three.  I’m just gonna stop here, waist deep.

3/3/20
11:58 AM
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While it is true that the popular vote isn’t what actually gets someone elected to POTUS, if popular vote is too far from the Electoral College, it could very likely trigger some legitimate reckoning of the process. Read more

2/27/20
11:35 AM
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There seems to be a lot of taxing the “rich” and canceling debt. At some point, when the “rich” are not covering the costs, the rich that support the taxpayer funded programs will not be the billionaires or even millionaires. Compound this with canceling (sanctioned defaulting) debt, the US will find it hard to make Read more

2/27/20
11:02 AM
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But that will require Ford to hire new tech talent that can create software solutions for the flood of data coming from its cars, which will all have modems by the end of this year. Read more