2020/04/17

That Went Poorly

The country once ruled by vikings and now run by basic HR denizens once again steps up to be the sterling example of what not to do.

Yesterday:

Sweden Is Trying

Today:

Sweden

For the extroverts out there, I know you're chomping at the bit to get out and socialize once the quarantine is lifted. However, you may want to delay attending that party/concert/cruise until we know whether or not Corona-chan has another wave in store.

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Combat Frame XSeed - Brian Niemeier

15 comments:

  1. Well, it was interesting that they appeared to be trying for liberty, but it turns out, in modern Swedish style, it was more about not caring how many Swedes were maimed, killed, or scarified.
    Kind of convenient for the rest of us, to have a control population.

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    1. They already were the control group for unrestricted mass third world immigration. Nice of them to volunteer for Corona-chan, too.

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  2. I will miss the Swedes when they are gone. They should have stuck with real engineering instead of social engineering.

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    1. Saab out of business. Architects and orthodontists most affected.

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  3. Most of those patients are Somalis, who don't abide by good practices, and thus spread the coof.

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    1. Bradford

      The joys of diversity. And yet Scsndinvian hygiene behavior will make a come back once the SJWs die out.
      xavier

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    2. In that case, it's culturally insensitive to impose European norms on them.

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    3. I agree, Dreams. It's terribly wrong to expect the Swedes to be Swedes. Everyone in Europe should be Belgian by now!

      Except the Brits, who very wisely sacked the E.U.

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    4. It's going to be interesting to how and when Corona-Chan affects Africa. Granted lack of testing is going to skew the results.

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  4. Reality refuses to yield to our hopes and dreams. The big meanie.

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    1. It persistently refuses to go away however much you try to ignore it.

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  5. I just want to be able to go to a coffee shop or library to have a relatively quiet place around other people where I can focus and get some work done. I live in a small house with two boys. I love them. But if I'm to concentrate, I also need to be somewhere else for a while. I'm not getting done the work I need to. I'm getting short-tempered, and my wife is getting angry with me.

    I can hold off on big parties, but I need some kind of public space available.

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  6. For the extroverts out there, I know you're chomping at the bit to get out and socialize once the quarantine is lifted. However, you may want to delay attending that party/concert/cruise until we know whether or not Corona-chan has another wave in store.

    I am an introvert. I have NO desire to get out of the house. I have an assured income until the entire country implodes.

    I do not want TO DESTROY THE LIVES OF 100s OF MILLIONS OF AMERICANS

    in order to save an extra 80 people per million from dying of the Wuhan Death Gurgle. Including myself, since I'm higher risk.

    Go Sweden!

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    1. Of course. It's imperative that Zoomers risk exposure to a virus with no vaccine that can cause permanent organ damage and sterility so retired Boomers can go on cruises.

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