To discuss any of the conspiracies related to the events of September 11, 2001Banning Policy:Chinaman - pre-banned for everyone's convenienceOtherwise, won't ban anyone who posts on-topic, will ban spam accountsNom - total immunity; if you care about the topic enough to keep your posts germane - great. If cognitive dissonance gets the better of you and your posts devolve into proper use of apostrophes, or how I inappropriately love my mother, that's up to you - carte blanche exemption from ban with all of your alts: BurritoLunch/RedHot/Hootie, etc.
President's valet - Positive for COVID-19Vice President's Press Secretary - PositiveIvanka's personal assistant - Positive11 Secret Service members - PositivePandemic task force - QuarantinedWhen Trump gets it, will he say that was his plan all along, or will it be Obama's fault?
People who recover from COVID are donating blood in the hope that it could help others.If a little of your blood might save lives, could the government legally [EDIT: in the U.S.] require you to produce it?
Trump's reopening plan says:Before Proceeding to Phased Opening:- Downward trajectory of cases reported within a 14-day period- Treat all patients without crisis care- Robust testing program in place for at-risk healthcare workers, including emerging antibody testingSo, why is he telling states to reopen before they meet those?
The Trump supporters now think healthcare workers are the problem.https://www.reddit.com/r/iamatotalpieceofshit/comments/g58kps/karen_was_in_attendance_at_the_lockdown_protest/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUi7vjs9n9w
From 2016 to 2018, the U.S. women’s soccer games raised about $2 million more than men's soccer, yet a woman could make up to $730,000 less.The women's cup prize money will go from $30 million now to $60 million in 2023, while the men's prize money will go from $400 million to $440 million.If women are bringing in more revenue, why are men making 13 times as much?https://www.theguardian.com/football/ng-interactive/2019/jun/28/revealed-the-731003-gender-pay-gap-in-us-world-cup-bonuseshttps://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-us-womens-world-cup-winning-soccer-team-will-earn-just-18-cents-on-the-dollar-compared-to-men-2019-07-08https://www.espn.com/soccer/fifa-womens-world-cup/story/3894306/rapinoe----fifas-prize-money-boost-still-not-fair