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  1. Obviously the tenant is better off in the short...

    Obviously the tenant is better off in the short term but have they considered their long term accomaditions? Turning down two alternatives to remain as a thorn in their LL's side could prove an...
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    Trump hands out helicopter-money and it's called...

    Trump hands out helicopter-money and it's called sound economic stimulus in a time of financial uncertainty.
    Adern's government suggest a similar handout and it's called an election bribe.
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    Markets and hence Kiwisavers actually bounced...

    Markets and hence Kiwisavers actually bounced back roughly half their losses after lockdowns began. So using that argument you could say Cindy's lockdown, etc actually boosted citizens kiwisavers. ...
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    You give Cindy too much credit. Most Kiwisavers...

    You give Cindy too much credit. Most Kiwisavers are tied to international markets and they plummeted before any mention of a lockdown.
    Feb 17th for Dow Jones for example.
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    Sticky: I didn't say you should be banned. It was only a...

    I didn't say you should be banned. It was only a prediction. This is the 2020 prediction thread after all. :icon_mrgreen:
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    Sticky: I predict Jeffa will get banned soon. :tongue:

    I predict Jeffa will get banned soon. :tongue:
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    Why do we need to risk a vaccine? Why not ask the...

    Why do we need to risk a vaccine? Why not ask the families of elderly in Sweden, Spain, Italy, UK, etc, etc, etc.

    If any Kiwi wants to live free in NZ after the age of 65 then 90% of everyone...
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    The effectiveness of vaccines degrades with age...

    The effectiveness of vaccines degrades with age but they still greatly improves their chances. We don't stick thousands of over 65s with free flu vaccines every year just for the fun of it.

    You...
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    Why would you say a vaccine wouldn't protect the...

    Why would you say a vaccine wouldn't protect the elderly?
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    "Over the peak" maybe a little premature. ...

    "Over the peak" maybe a little premature. According to https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/sweden/ they are still climbing the hill. The world is watching closely.

    At least 5 of...
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    The attached link is a graph of weekly US flu...

    The attached link is a graph of weekly US flu deaths from 2010 to 2019.
    Covid-19 is currently killing more Americans per day than any single week over that 10 year history. But don't worry because...
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    Why have we gone on to SARS? SARS was a more...

    Why have we gone on to SARS? SARS was a more leathal virus with a shorter incubation period. That actually helped to stamp it out as victims tended to show symptoms before infecting too many...
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    The data is from the same site. The statistic is...

    The data is from the same site. The statistic is for completed cases, those either fully recovered or died. There's no point measuring total or active cases yet as it will be 2-8 weeks before an...
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    So you would expect Sweden's Covid-19 mortality...

    So you would expect Sweden's Covid-19 mortality rate would be double or triple NZ's then? What if I told you it's currently 126 times? 1511 to NZ's 12.
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    Seems to depend on which country you live in. ...

    Seems to depend on which country you live in. The global average is 21%

    - NZ in full lockdown is currently running at 0.013%.
    - Sweden with voluntary isolation is currently 41%.
    - USA 36%
    -...
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    https://i.insider.com/5e98cd7173d0c818b1055a52?wid...

    https://i.insider.com/5e98cd7173d0c818b1055a52?width=1100&format=jpeg&auto=webphttps://i.insider.com/5e98cd7173d0c818b1055a52?width=1100&format=jpeg&auto=webp
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    Absolutely agree on all points. Have a look at...

    Absolutely agree on all points. Have a look at the charts in the link below showing how different US cities managed the Spanish Flu outbreak of 1918. Relaxing social distancing and movement...
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    Yeah, lets follow Sweden's example: As at...

    Yeah, lets follow Sweden's example:
    As at Midnight lastnight.
    Closed cases: 550 recovered. 1333 dead. 71% mortality rate. (NZ 770 recovered. 9 dead. 1.6% mortality rate)
    Active cases: 9661 ...
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    I can see Cindy and her Socialist party following...

    I can see Cindy and her Socialist party following Taiwan's rule book...
    - $16,700 fine for breaching quarantine.
    - $8,400 fine for travelers failing to declare travel or health concerns.
    - Up to 7...
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    I never suggested that hundreds of young...

    I never suggested that hundreds of young otherwise healthy people had died in NZ. I do stand by my comment that hundreds (if not thousands, with a little more digging) of said "young healthy...
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    Besides the dozens of health care workers dying...

    Besides the dozens of health care workers dying worldwide which could be argued as high exposure-dose, I didn't want to list dozens of news pages. But here's an easy 3 from the UK......
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    Most of this has been debunked. Yes age and...

    Most of this has been debunked. Yes age and underlying health issues drastically increase the risk but like all viruses every persons infection is unique. There are hundreds of cases of teens to...
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    Every open door is a risk. Why open 10 doors...

    Every open door is a risk. Why open 10 doors when one will do? If the argument is "What's good enough for the UK is good enough for us" then have a closer look at their stats.

    They started...
  24. Limiting exposure perhaps. Why have a butcher, a...

    Limiting exposure perhaps. Why have a butcher, a baker, a fastfood shop, a coffees shop and so on and so forth when you have them all in one place called a supermarket. Every time someone visits...
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    Now there's an idea. I must mention it to Cindy.

    Now there's an idea. I must mention it to Cindy.
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