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Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by The Butcher » Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am

This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/



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Post by 91catAlum » Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am

The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm


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Post by RickRund » Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:39 am

I would sign. Not really worried much...



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by iaafan » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am

91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk. His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by Cataholic » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:49 am

iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk. His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
So in your mind, it is okay for the left to have rallies because it is more important??



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by The Butcher » Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:51 am

iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk. His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
Very well put.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by iaafan » Mon Jun 15, 2020 11:05 am

Cataholic wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:49 am
iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk. His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
So in your mind, it is okay for the left to have rallies because it is more important??
No, I'm not going to judge which is more important. My main point is that Trump has a waiver to cover him against a legal complaint, the protesters do not. It seems to show they're more committed to their goal. Trump is so used to suing people himself that he thinks of his wallet first. So one party is thinking of racial equality and risking catching corona virus themselves, the other is thinking of not getting sued/pumping their ego and not seeming to care much about anyone getting sick as long as they can't be sued. I would assume Trump has the best medical care anyone could possibly get, so he's not too concerned about getting it himself.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by 91catAlum » Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:47 pm

iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk.
His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
That's YOUR perspective, and that's exactly my point. If you feel its politically important, then the non-adherence to social distancing rules is justifiable to you. Otherwise, its not. And somehow it seems OK to criticize other people for doing the exact same thing but for a different cause that you don't feel is important.

Another example are funerals over the last few months. Did you know that there have been thousands of people in March, April, and May who were denied by our own government the ability to have a funeral for their elderly loved ones who died of Coronavirus, for the reason of not killing more people?
Did you happen to notice how many people were at George Floyd's funeral when it was broadcast on all major media outlets? Apparently this funeral was more important than the risk of killing more people, so it was allowed to happen. I don't see it that way, I see the hypocrisy of it. And it had nothing to do with his skin color - I'll bet a lot of black people died of coronavirus and were denied funerals. This kind of stuff angers me and I wish it angered more people but it doesn't; people only care about defending their own political point of view.


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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by Cataholic » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:00 pm

91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:47 pm
iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk.
His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
That's YOUR perspective, and that's exactly my point. If you feel its politically important, then the non-adherence to social distancing rules is justifiable to you. Otherwise, its not. And somehow it seems OK to criticize other people for doing the exact same thing but for a different cause that you don't feel is important.

Another example are funerals over the last few months. Did you know that there have been thousands of people in March, April, and May who were denied by our own government the ability to have a funeral for their elderly loved ones who died of Coronavirus, for the reason of not killing more people?
Did you happen to notice how many people were at George Floyd's funeral when it was broadcast on all major media outlets? Apparently this funeral was more important than the risk of killing more people, so it was allowed to happen. I don't see it that way, I see the hypocrisy of it. And it had nothing to do with his skin color - I'll bet a lot of black people died of coronavirus and were denied funerals. This kind of stuff angers me and I wish it angered more people but it doesn't; people only care about defending their own political point of view.
91 Catalum is right on the mark. The Butcher’s first comment was that Trump is ignoring safety to hold the rally, but the Butcher didn’t express similar concerns with other rallies across the country the past month. It wouldn’t fit his political agenda.

Same thing with iAA. He claims other rallies aren’t seeking waivers, so Trump is more focused on liability than peoples safety??? But since other rallies don’t ask for a waiver (like there is actually an organizer, person or entity who is going to be held liable at these rallies), they are somehow more focused on their cause... That is simply making something fit your political agenda. It will be interesting to see if the Democratic national convention requires waivers. But of course, it will not be iAA or the Butcher that would bring that to our attention.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by codecat » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:04 pm

The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yup...another way of saying it is individual FREEDOM over CONTROL.


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freedom, and seriously erodes the primary constitutional freedom of free enterprise.

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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by codecat » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:13 pm

The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:51 am
iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk. His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
Very well put.
This rally is so wanted by people that as of today, over 800,000 have signed up to attend the rally, knowing full well that there is only seating for 20,000 attendees! Speaking with their own voice and actions shows their disagreement with Controlling Government and THAT IS ABOUT AS HIGH OF A CONSTITUTIONAL PURPOSE AS THERE CAN BE.

Remember Hillary could not get 800 people to a rally without buying and paying people to attend - I might add with prompts as to when to applause just like a daytime gameshow!


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Post by LTown Cat » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:24 pm

I can't understand why this is such big news.

This will be the norm for the foreseeable future. The Fergus County Health Dept made anyone who played in an adult co-ed softball tournament here last weekend sign a Covid waiver. I just saw Ohio State football players are being required to sign one. It really isn't that shocking.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by RickRund » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:47 pm

LTown Cat wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:24 pm
I can't understand why this is such big news.

This will be the norm for the foreseeable future. The Fergus County Health Dept made anyone who played in an adult co-ed softball tournament here last weekend sign a Covid waiver. I just saw Ohio State football players are being required to sign one. It really isn't that shocking.
Wow, they are playing softball. Good to hear. So all softball leagues are going??

When we would go to tourneys there we would sleep across from the fields I think in front of the Catron's house. As I vaguely remember. I am getting older you know!



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by iaafan » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:54 pm

codecat wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:13 pm
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:51 am
iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk. His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
Very well put.
This rally is so wanted by people that as of today, over 800,000 have signed up to attend the rally, knowing full well that there is only seating for 20,000 attendees! Speaking with their own voice and actions shows their disagreement with Controlling Government and THAT IS ABOUT AS HIGH OF A CONSTITUTIONAL PURPOSE AS THERE CAN BE.

Remember Hillary could not get 800 people to a rally without buying and paying people to attend - I might add with prompts as to when to applause just like a daytime gameshow!
Political rallies are pointless. I'd never go to a political rally or any kind for anyone during any time. So the fact that 800,000 people are signed up to go only means there's at least 800,000 gullible people willing to waste their time at an event that advance no cause. There's election day, that's the only thing I'm attending.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by iaafan » Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:00 pm

Cataholic wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:00 pm
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:47 pm
iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 10:35 am
91catAlum wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 9:11 am
The Butcher wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:56 am
This is pretty wild. The campaign knows that it is NOT safe to have this rally, but are pushing ahead by using a waiver to cover their a**. Politics over safety I guess.

https://kfor.com/health/coronavirus/tru ... -covid-19/
Yep, politics over safety kinda describes the ongoing protests too. Not much mentioned about the coronavirus safety of thousands of people together in the streets, but everyone's up in arms about Trump rallies.
Funny how people's political leanings seem to influence how they feel about coronavirus safety isn't it?
#thingsthatmakeyougoHmm
Are people organizing protests asking for anyone attending to sign a waiver? Yes, it's dangerous and that's been noted, but doesn't it kind of gravel you that someone wants to be adored without taking any risk. As in, it's OK with me if you get coronavirus at my rally as long as you don't blame me. Shouldn't it be a situation where he knows that people will needlessly take the risk and he wants to protect them, so he just doesn't do it. Do these rallies accomplish anything? It seems like it's just a bunch of people that are going to vote for him anyway, so what's the point. It just seems like he loves to be adored and doesn't care what harm that might cause someone else.

The protests have a purpose and are actually creating change around the country. So there's a reward with the risk.
His rally is just preaching to the choir and changes nothing. Trump's rally is just a feel good moment.
That's YOUR perspective, and that's exactly my point. If you feel its politically important, then the non-adherence to social distancing rules is justifiable to you. Otherwise, its not. And somehow it seems OK to criticize other people for doing the exact same thing but for a different cause that you don't feel is important.

Another example are funerals over the last few months. Did you know that there have been thousands of people in March, April, and May who were denied by our own government the ability to have a funeral for their elderly loved ones who died of Coronavirus, for the reason of not killing more people?
Did you happen to notice how many people were at George Floyd's funeral when it was broadcast on all major media outlets? Apparently this funeral was more important than the risk of killing more people, so it was allowed to happen. I don't see it that way, I see the hypocrisy of it. And it had nothing to do with his skin color - I'll bet a lot of black people died of coronavirus and were denied funerals. This kind of stuff angers me and I wish it angered more people but it doesn't; people only care about defending their own political point of view.
91 Catalum is right on the mark. The Butcher’s first comment was that Trump is ignoring safety to hold the rally, but the Butcher didn’t express similar concerns with other rallies across the country the past month. It wouldn’t fit his political agenda.

Same thing with iAA. He claims other rallies aren’t seeking waivers, so Trump is more focused on liability than peoples safety??? But since other rallies don’t ask for a waiver (like there is actually an organizer, person or entity who is going to be held liable at these rallies), they are somehow more focused on their cause... That is simply making something fit your political agenda. It will be interesting to see if the Democratic national convention requires waivers. But of course, it will not be iAA or the Butcher that would bring that to our attention.
He's right on your mark. Trump isn't ignoring safety. He's totally acknowledging it. What you're ignoring is his petty desire to get attention and his desire to not get sued for doing something he knows is wrong. People going to protests (or as your ilk like to call them, riots) are also acknowledging safety, but they go because they'd rather be dead than live in a world so devoid of humanity that it allows cops to intimidate and kill minorities and rarely pay a price for it. Then when they protest, all right wing America can focus on is looting.

Reading your posts has been enlightening, because I now have a clearer understanding of how we got to this point. So, thanks for that.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by LTown Cat » Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:22 pm

RickRund wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:47 pm
LTown Cat wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:24 pm
I can't understand why this is such big news.

This will be the norm for the foreseeable future. The Fergus County Health Dept made anyone who played in an adult co-ed softball tournament here last weekend sign a Covid waiver. I just saw Ohio State football players are being required to sign one. It really isn't that shocking.
Wow, they are playing softball. Good to hear. So all softball leagues are going??

When we would go to tourneys there we would sleep across from the fields I think in front of the Catron's house. As I vaguely remember. I am getting older you know!
Yep, once the state went to phase 2 they allowed softball league and tourneys to start. I also got to play noon bball today at the 'ole Civic Center for the first time since March. Felt good to run, doesn't feel so good right now!



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by RickRund » Mon Jun 15, 2020 4:22 pm

LTown Cat wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:22 pm
RickRund wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:47 pm
LTown Cat wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:24 pm
I can't understand why this is such big news.

This will be the norm for the foreseeable future. The Fergus County Health Dept made anyone who played in an adult co-ed softball tournament here last weekend sign a Covid waiver. I just saw Ohio State football players are being required to sign one. It really isn't that shocking.
Wow, they are playing softball. Good to hear. So all softball leagues are going??

When we would go to tourneys there we would sleep across from the fields I think in front of the Catron's house. As I vaguely remember. I am getting older you know!
Yep, once the state went to phase 2 they allowed softball league and tourneys to start. I also got to play noon bball today at the 'ole Civic Center for the first time since March. Felt good to run, doesn't feel so good right now!
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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by The Butcher » Tue Jun 16, 2020 7:48 am

iaafan wrote:
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He's right on your mark. Trump isn't ignoring safety. He's totally acknowledging it. What you're ignoring is his petty desire to get attention and his desire to not get sued for doing something he knows is wrong. People going to protests (or as your ilk like to call them, riots) are also acknowledging safety, but they go because they'd rather be dead than live in a world so devoid of humanity that it allows cops to intimidate and kill minorities and rarely pay a price for it. Then when they protest, all right wing America can focus on is looting.

Reading your posts has been enlightening, because I now have a clearer understanding of how we got to this point. So, thanks for that.
Trump's own health officials are saying there shouldn't be large gatherings (Trump has complained about protests. Tulsa health officials do not want the rally as their state has seen a spike in cases. Trump does not care about the health of people, he cares about his own wants and desires at any cost.



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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

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iaafan wrote:
Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:00 pm


He's right on your mark. Trump isn't ignoring safety. He's totally acknowledging it. What you're ignoring is his petty desire to get attention and his desire to not get sued for doing something he knows is wrong. People going to protests (or as your ilk like to call them, riots) are also acknowledging safety, but they go because they'd rather be dead than live in a world so devoid of humanity that it allows cops to intimidate and kill minorities and rarely pay a price for it. Then when they protest, all right wing America can focus on is looting.

Reading your posts has been enlightening, because I now have a clearer understanding of how we got to this point. So, thanks for that.
Trump's own health officials are saying there shouldn't be large gatherings (Trump has complained about protests. Tulsa health officials do not want the rally as their state has seen a spike in cases. Trump does not care about the health of people, he cares about his own wants and desires at any cost.
The left and their deep state will always error on the side of CONTROL, whereas a believer in the constitution will error on the side of FREEDOM.


Socialism - the financial model historically used to control the masses! It has noting to do with
freedom, and seriously erodes the primary constitutional freedom of free enterprise.

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Re: Trump rally attendees must sign waiver

Post by 77matcat » Thu Jun 25, 2020 6:53 pm

I know it’s sad, but it’s true you don’t have the freedom to endanger others.



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