Anthony and Bob discuss baseball’s struggle to restart and whether or not fans should be concerned. Other topics include what baseball broadcasts might look like if/when play resumes.
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So i have to listen to this shitty podcast to see if i should be concerned about baseball starting up again?
Like i’m to fucking stupid to figure out if i should be concerned…on my own?
Who the fuck talks down to people like this?
WHAT THE FUCK?
You must be weak liberals plinks.
On the Pipe?
No one misses sports. It’s one of the most beautiful things that came out of this DS plandemic. BTW are the sports talk hosts wearing face coverings? how is sports talk radio essential?
‘Quarantine’ is when you restrict the movement of sick people.
‘Tyranny’ is when you restrict the movement of healthy people.
“Stupidity and Selfishness” is when you don’t care if people get sick/die
and cause the pandemic to spread as long as you get to goto the gym.
This makes you a selfish ignorant asshole” – Socrates
” How about you wash your hands and quit being a pussy” -Abe Lincoln
That’s isn’t going to keep your nasty asystematical covid contaminated cough snot and phlegm droplets from getting into other
people’s respiratory tract is it you stupid fuck?
YOU YOUR FUCKING BRAIN FOR ONCE!
HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO EXPLAIN IT TO YOU 3RD GRADE IDIOTS?
or retake 3rd garage health class.
or just keep watching fox news.
I’m sure you’ll figure it out after some one in your family dies from the virus
Data from the U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that the novel coronavirus’s true fatality rate in the United States, which takes into account mild and asymptomatic cases, stands at 0.26 percent, about eight to 15 times lower than earlier mortality rate estimates of between two and four percent, which prompted the lockdowns.
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