Good news everyone! I got an erection
@Hubert Farnsworth, that is nice professor
@Hubert Farnsworth, could u hit zoidberg for me
@Hubert Farnsworth, so the curve is going straight up now?
@Hubert Farnsworth, Farnsworth, you senile old loon, you misheard! It's an election, and we ALL have one this year!
@Hubert Farnsworth, I thought they renamed it urectum?
@Hubert Farnsworth, Ha! Classic Professor
@Hubert Farnsworth, another curve we don't need
In sorry you lost me a boobs
Stupid political picture aside, they both look great.
Even if one only got bigger from her job, working in nursing homes.
@That one lurker, no politics necessary and none in this pic unless someone applies politics to an apolitical situation like some kind of idjit.
@mas2de, nah, there's good points to be made, like the one I did. The Michigan governor is holding back the numbers of the deaths in nursing homes. Cause under her order younger positive covid-19 patience was put there. Famous video of a 18 year old punching an old dude went viral for obvious means. He was only there because he was covid-19 positive, he was not staff, he was not visiting.
That's political and we need to know why ~42% of total deaths are from these people and why were they not protected. You don't see these numbers in red states, so that's why it's odd at the Michigan Government is refusing a Freedom of Information Act request continuously.
That is political, and you would need to be an idiot to not want the truth.
Except we beyond flattened the curve the way they said we should (entire hospitals stockpiles of ventilators produced under the Defense Production Act went unused and mobile hospitals were empty). People who post pics like this literally don't know what's going on in the US
@Captain Swordsman, and from a statistical point of view people asked to flatten the curve. What that means is that not too many people are sick at one time (overloading the hospitals). Everyone keeps talking about flatten the curve without realizing that the area under the curve will remain the same. The same number of people get sick... just not all at once.
This is still a good thing. An overloaded hospital would mean more deaths. Instead, we kept it as reasonably contained as our medical system needed us to.
Flattening the curve isn’t the end goal. It isn’t the definition of success or health. It was the necessary step to survive until a vaccine. Keep it up. There are areas being hit hard for the first time and they need to flatten their curves.
@Captain Swordsman, hey man, I’m just here for the boobs
@Pat Myckok, how can I not respect that. Have an upvote
@Canis Arktos, exactly the area under the curve stayed the same. So the same number of people will get it. The area over the curve requiring us to try and flatten the curve was to prevent unnecessary deaths due to an overwhelmed system.
The problem now is the goalposts have been moved. As things open back up, no one wants to see a spike in cases. Unfortunately, since the cases have been kept low, any rise will look like a spike even if it stays under the curve.
Those texts are blocking my view, wtf!!
This is stupid but points for T!ts
Why not both?
@Gattsu , big ones for motorboating and small ones for biscuitmaking.
Tbh I’d prefer the one on the right...
@weneedacrusade, I love the itty bitties. Not super small but I think they are more attractive
I wonder if the women have been run off from this app
Left all day. ALL DAY.
Idk I’m enjoying the curve on both
I NEEED NAAAAMES
Actually, no. I think we got the right curves