Serious Coronavirus

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  1. Matty

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    If I'm reading this correctly, this'd be for any comment on the interwebs.
    So even if some dude in NZ said some nasty shit about exterminating the jews, if it's flagged then they have to wipe it out in either 24 hours or 1 hour.

    Fucking NORMIE government bro stg......
     
  2. Neo Komchan

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    Yeah but won't that lead to them just instantly removing flagged content and such?
     
  3. Matty

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    I dunno bro honestly.
    I don't know enough about this shit to make concrete statements.
    From what I'm reading though, it'd be any comment flagged, but they don't actually say how it's flagged and by who.

    Imagine if a Ugandan man threatened to burn down a church in somalia and you, an American company got fined for it by a foreign government.
    :Eyes:
     
  4. Toast Lord

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  5. Matty

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    when the guy with 3 points in persuasion rolls a natural 20
     
  6. Tinbe

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    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/05/19/national-guard-coronavirus-267514
    Seems kinda scuffed, don't it?
     
  7. Trains

    Trains ms paint artist extraordinaire
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    and yet i can almost guarantee you this man will be re-elected
     
  8. aperson

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  9. bubblegum

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    The Las Vegas strip will reopen June 4th
     
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  10. Dr Heckyll

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    do tell us if you're siding with mr house when it does
     
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  11. bubblegum

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    He’ll protect us so I guess so.

    Nevada has the highest rate of unemployment in the country so we need this :(
     
  12. Dr Heckyll

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    hmm, but will there really be tourists if everyone else in the country is also unemployed and broke
     
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  13. Ricky_Ronklo

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    Nice one Mr.President
     
  14. Goopy

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    second WAVE LET'S GO
     
  15. aperson

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    where and when
     
  16. Johnny B. Goode

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    Latest and greatest from the UK government


    The Prime Minister's top aide, Dominic Cummings, who was the one behind the lockdown idea in the UK as well as enforcing social distancing measures, has recently been reported to have taken himself, his wife, and his child (the adults having coronavirus symptoms) from London to Durham up in the north, roughly halfway up the country; a 260 mile trip. This is supposedly to "be with family" in a "time of crisis". Whilst many Brits have had to sacrifice going to funerals, meeting loved ones in hospitals who are critically ill, and following lockdown procedures to the absolute letter, the top brass of the country appear to not have the rules apply to them.

    Many people are angered at the fact that rules were clearly broken, yet no punishment or criticism is being faced. Many members of the cabinet go out of their way to defend Cummings, despite him not following the rules that he technically put in place. If they were showing symptoms, they should have remained in their home in London, not made a journey where they could have possibly stopped at a service station, spread the disease, or spread it to said family members who live up North. A blatant pick-and-choose style of rules here.

    Thoughts?
     
  17. Tarannus

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    Tomorrow's front page of the New York Times, courtesy of their Facebook page.

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  18. Weaponized Autism

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    its still too early to open the US

    I hear India has been making progress on an experimental vaccine.
     
  19. Whilt

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    Twitter works fast
     
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  20. aperson

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    Cummings on his way to Durham & back
     
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