Staying at home
I honestly don't see sports changing that much. Maybe at first, but I doubt it will be super different after a couple years.Sports will be back but different:
Sports are returning, but theyll never be the same as things like the handshake line and signing autographs may vanish from the scene.sports.nbcsports.com
This is the second time recently that I have seen this word used in a social context (as opposed to a geological one). What do you mean by this, please?My own gym is filing for bankruptcy. That doesn't automatically mean my gym will shut down forever, but I am on the lookout for a new gym. My strata's gym is closed, not sure how motivated they will be to reopen.
At least in British Columbia, a strata corporation is a legal entity with all of the powers of a natural person who has full capacity. This means that it can sue or be sued, enter into contracts and hire employees.This is the second time recently that I have seen this word used in a social context (as opposed to a geological one). What do you mean by this, please?
Thanks for the explanation!At least in British Columbia, a strata corporation is a legal entity with all of the powers of a natural person who has full capacity. This means that it can sue or be sued, enter into contracts and hire employees.
The owners of the strata lots are the members of the strata corporation. A strata corporation is created to divide a building or a parcel of land into separate components that are individually owned and common components owned by all of the owners.
In the day-to-day context, "strata" normally means the council running a condo or townhouse development.
In that case, my strata's pool plans to be closed for 2 weeks after the county says pools are open.In the day-to-day context, "strata" normally means the council running a condo or townhouse development.
If he lives in Marin, you follow the Marin rules, which is very similar to Sonoma. Stores and shops in noth counties require wearing a mask.I can't figure a dang thing out....and I have been trying. I live in Sonoma County, CA. I went to the pharmacy today. The sign for elderly (where they bring the meds to you) was gone. However there was a sign that said "in compliance with the Sonoma county ********* order all Sonoma county residents have to wear masks. Um.....who is checking residency....no one. So if you come from a county 20 miles away you don't need a mask?
I am now of a mind that I trust no one on TV except Dr.Birx.
My grandson will turn 7 on Saturday. He lives 25 miles from me in Marin County. Whose rules do I follow when my doggie and I go to say Happy Birthday?
How do you know its hysteria and misinformation?Control (I worked in politics for a time which made me very cynical). The level of hysteria and misinformation from all sides is really maddening. This is not the Black Plague. Media benefits because we click and click and click, addicted to it just like we are social media. It keeps us hooked and makes them money. I know so many people who are convinced if they leave their house, they will die, and if someone does leave their house or wants to go do something other than stay inside their four walls and maybe go to the grocery store, they deserve to die.
That and many states want federal bailouts, and I bet you a million buckaroos a lot of it has to do with shoring up the insolvent pensions but again I am cynical.
Every county in the Bay Area is requiring this so IMO AA is making a mountain out of a molehill.If he lives in Marin, you follow the Marin rules, which is very similar to Sonoma. Stores and shops in noth counties require wearing a mask.
The pencil could come from a household where someone has the v*r*s, or could be carrying the v*r*s from some other contact, like a kid sharing their pencil with another kid inside or outside of class.Some of the "precautions" just seem crazy - like kids in England will not be able to bring pencils to school! Are we really this paranoid and pampered as a society? We're sending a terrible message to children, IMO. If we end up with a generation of entitled, scaredy-cat brats, we'll have no one to blame but ourselves.
Grow up. Seriously.I'm not going to live my life in fear of pencils, doorknobs, handshakes, airplanes, gyms, mail, or anything else I'm supposed to now believe will kill me instantly or turn me into Typhoid Mary. Best of luck to those who want to live this way. I'm happy to avoid you as I live life. . If you make it to old age and I don't, you can enjoy the pleasures of dying of *********-19 in a nursing home (probably at the hands of a Democratic governor).
Uh ... aren't you supposed to be an adult?I'm not going to live my life in fear of pencils, doorknobs, handshakes, airplanes, gyms, mail, or anything else I'm supposed to now believe will kill me instantly or turn me into Typhoid Mary. Best of luck to those who want to live this way. I'm happy to avoid you as I live life. . If you make it to old age and I don't, you can enjoy the pleasures of dying of *********-19 in a nursing home (probably at the hands of a Democratic governor).
Economists > epidemiologistsOn April 24, as more than 25,000 Americans continued to test positive for *********-19 each day, Georgia became the first U.S. state to initiate the fraught process known as “reopening.”
The move was controversial, to say the least. In the New York Times, Keren Landman, an Atlanta-based physician, epidemiologist and journalist, accused Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of potentially “setting us up for a punishing new wave of infections” by volunteering Georgia as “the nation’s canary in this particularly terrifying coal mine.”
#SHAMdemicBut now 26 days have passed since the state started to reopen — and that punishing new wave of infections has not materialized. In fact, according to a database maintained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia’s rolling seven-day average of new daily cases — an important metric that helps to balance out daily fluctuations in reporting — has fallen for three weeks in a row.
Those figures are undisputed — despite a clumsy effort by state officials to present the data in a way that made them look even better. [...]
The numbers reflect a slowing in transmission. According to the AJC database, Rt — an epidemiological statistic that represents transmissibility, or the number of people a sick person infects at a particular point in an epidemic — fell from 1.0 on May 4, to 0.94 on May 11, to 0.88 on May 16. An Rt below 1 indicates that each person infects, on average, less than one other person.
PERSONAL FREEDOM > government mandates.The truth is, reopening isn’t a return to normal, and most Georgia residents aren’t behaving — yet — like it is. Businesses have to keep people 6 feet apart. Masks are recommended (although not required) in public places.
Meanwhile, the most recent Google mobility data shows that Georgians are getting around more after reopening — but still not as much as they were before the *********. Visits to retail and recreation establishments are 16 percent lower than the pre-******** baseline. Trips to grocery stores and pharmacies are 2 percent lower. Transit stations are 39 percent lower. Workplaces are 40 percent lower. Only relatively safe outdoors spaces like parks and beaches have seen an increase in activity, presumably reflecting the change of season as well as the end of stay-at-home orders.
That’s the balance reopening needs to strike if it’s going to work: fewer official restrictions in exchange for more individual and community responsibility.