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Wyzz Kydd

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About Wyzz Kydd

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  1. Same here, 57 with 15, 13 and 10 year olds.
  2. You've probably heard the term FU money. I don't have FU money, but in three years my first retirement check starts coming in. Two years later my second one does, and three years after that my last tyke flies the coop. So that's my horizon to get to FU time.
  3. Don't break into my home while I'm there, it won't end well. For that matter breaking into my home when I'm not there didn't end very well for the perp either.
  4. Good Bourbon, the only kind of whiskey for me.
  5. You may find out. If it’s bad now, what about after the elections? Trump wins, more ‘protests’ more BLM, Antifa, NFAC, etc. Your local political establishment will bea big factor. Biden wins, more BLM, Antifa, NFAC, but now with probable federal support. More aggressive anti second amendment moves by local governments in some areas. Again, local political establishment will be important.
  6. The most 'interesting' even amusing part was the statement. "We had an accident. It happens." So understated, so blase. Yeah, I guess if you get a bunch of untrained people together with firearms, fingers on the triggers, and little to no muzzle control......... 'it happens.' I wonder if someone set off a bunch of M80s from concealment, near one of these marches, how many NFAC members would get shot in the back by their comrades? I'm guessing a number greater than zero.
  7. Lol, I’m sure those two factors greatly reduced the severity of the injuries.
  8. The nonchalant “It happens” comment made me laugh out loud. Laughter should be what greets these tools whenever they ‘march,’ if you can call what they do ‘marching.’
  9. So the Not F***ing Around Coalition marched into Louisville, heavily armed, just like they were when they marched at Stone Mountain, but this time three people ended up shot, all of them NFAC members. They were shot by an armed militia man, also a member of NFAC, by accident. You just can’t make this stuff up. One of the leaders told the crowd that gathered: ”We had a little accident. It happens.” https://www.foxnews.com/us/louisville-protests-breonna-taylor-armed-protester-accidentally-shoots-himself
  10. They should see nothing, or muzzle flash, not much in between.
  11. A dying culture invariably exhibits personal rudeness. Bad manners. A lack of consideration for others in minor matters. A loss of politeness, of gentle manners, is more significant than is a riot. RAH
  12. Given your low requirement for something to be established (apparently 'they say' is enough for you) and the fact you just posted bogus numbers in support of your position I'm not particularly concerned with your opinion about my intelligence. COVID is real, I've never disputed that. It sucks too. I worry about my parents (late 70s) and my grandmother (98). I don't have contact with them if I can avoid it, though Mom can be insistent. I think it's pretty funny you think the idiots will come out on the losing side of this. The irony is it probably will hurt those with blue collar jobs (not saying they're idiots) more simply because they often can't work from home. I'm strictly white collar. Surprise surprise I get paid from the neck up and have been working from home since early March. I don't think it's necessary in my case, but that's the policy and I'm happy to stay home. .08 dead out of a thousand in my risk group are odds I'll take, and I have the worst risk profile in my nuclear family. Everyone else is under 45 with even better odds. If I were in your shoes I would probably invest in a proper mask and shave my face so it would fit right, but I'm not. The sad thing is .08 out of a thousand are great odds from an individual basis, but on a national basis that's a bunch of dead people.
  13. You're welcome! BTW, it's a direct quote from the CDC, not just an article. They specifically said they can not find ANY data to quantify risk reduction from masks, NONE! Of course you'll continue to ignore that and instead call me names and blame me for spreading the disease, that's cool with me too. So to deal with a less than one in a thousand chance of death you take advice from people who have lied to you and openly state they have no data to support what they want you to do. They just hope it will help. Yet you call me stupid. I don't know whether you're stupid or not, but I'm pretty sure you're gullible. I have a great deal on a time share if you're interested.
  14. It seems the CDC doesn't agree with you or with those numbers. “CDC can’t confirm the accuracy of the numbers reflected in this image. Currently we are not finding any data that can quantify risk reduction from the use of masks”, a CDC spokesperson told Reuters. https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-factcheck-coronavirus-mask-efficacy/partly-false-claim-wear-a-face-mask-covid-19-risk-reduced-by-up-to-98-5-idUSKCN2252T6 I love crow and irony. Here we have Mr. Unified Field Theory going on about how stupid people are then he provides a graphic that Reuters ruled was 'partly false' and that the CDC specifically said they 'can't confirm the accuracy of the numbers in the graphic.' I'm sorry, just exactly who was stupid again?
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