We're All In This Psyop Together...
- Apr 8, 2008
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- Moonover, Montana
I think things will return to normal, this is not the first time we have been through a pandemic. Its just different now when we have one than it was back in the early part of the century. Do you remember when aids happened and everyone was freaking out that they were scared to drink from a drinking fountain or that someone could touch you and give you aids? People tend to overreact to things at first and eventually enough people smarten up about it and then we move on to the next thing.The worst part is, that we are never going to go back to normal. 2020 is a pivotal year.
Oh sorry to hear that, hoping for recovery, very sad. This stuff hits hard.A friend is in the ICU at the local hospital. Pneumonia, covid. Was admitted with a high fever (103) and his pulse ox was 86%. He is still posting on facebook. He has had infections in the past actually affect his heart and his pneumonia has gotten to his blood stream. He is wife and daughter are both positive also.
Also a coworker left work early today because he son passed out (probably dehydrated) but they did a covid test. While he doesn't expect it to be positive, if it is, he is probably out a few weeks. I hope that doesn't happen because it will get fun in here for a few weeks as we were already a man down with an open position.
Very sorry & very sad.Former co-worker Died Friday. We knew she was really sick on a respirator, but it caused her kidneys to start failing too. She was diagnosed with Covid a week and a half ago. Very sad, she was a great lady. 46 years old, 2 daughters and a Husband.
We already lost a co-worker about 6 months ago to skin cancer. Too young for this stuff and people you know for a long time. They always death is a part of life, but it never gets easier. I seem to worry all the time for family and people that are close to me. Its tough right now because you just hear about death all the time now. I know in most cases, people come out fine from covid, but its scary with how fast it spreads. Have to keep people with conditions safe. 40's is too young to die. Its a hot button politically and I know a lot of have different views on it, glad for this thread though. Stay safe guys.Very sorry & very sad.
A family member on my dads side passed away with it (hesitate to say it was all from it). It was my dads moms sisters husband. Both him and his wife live in assisted living facility so not a big surprise they got it even though they don’t go out. Plus being in their late 80’s or 90’s didn’t help.