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Laughter is therapeutic. I’m also starting this thread to pull some of color out of the main thread - many are using it as a source of information, so keeping it fairly efficient is probably a good idea.

This funny. Wait for it.

 

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This one is in here somewhere but it is one of the very best of all of Covid. So I was wondering was the dude serious and went to check out tweets by sportyballfan. There is no evidence in any of his posts that he was capable of that kind of humor. I came to the conclusion that he is the humor.
 

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Is it really necessary to dance on his grave?
I saw it more as using his story as a cautionary tale to encourage people to get vaccinated and take the pandemic seriously, than dancing on his grave.

No one is rejoicing.

PJ was well liked and had people who genuinely cared about him. I understand that makes this difficult.

PJ also had a bold personality. He lived life, and shared his beliefs, loudly. Many people respected him for that, even people that didn't share his beliefs.

PJ was loudly critical of mitigation efforts, equated COVID to the flu, and was dismissive of the severity of the virus.

Death like PJ's can serve to be somber realizations for people left to mourn them, that this disease, is in fact very dangerous and should not be taken lightly.

I disagreed with PJ more than I agreed with him, but I respected him, believed his intentions to be genuine, and that he had love in his heart.

It's my genuine hope that in his death, someone somewhere learns to take this pandemic seriously, and it results in someone else's life being saved.
 

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I would never do that. This is a young man with a family that didn't have to die. If we can learn anything from it, it's that a virus doesn't care if you think it's serious or not.

It frustrates me, because my own relatives have the same attitude that PJ had, and there is no way to make them listen.
 

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