Is my intuition on or what …..


Former advisers press Biden to change COVID-19 strategy: live with it, not shut it down

Six doctors propose how to get to a ‘new normal’

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/former-biden-advisers-change-covid-19-strategy-live-with-it-not-shut-it-down

Do I want to bust all of the experts balls (BUTT I will) and show them up with my solution to kicking Mr Covid’s ass out of town that I recommended a year ago??

I must have done a dozen post on; suggesting that everyone get the first three shots, wear masks were they feel it’s necessary, and let nature take its course!!

Mankind has been living with and adapting to diseases, illnesses and viruses as long as there has been history. This will not be any different.

WTFAI but an everyday Joe Blow that doesn’t know shit from shinola – no college education, BUTTTT having an exceptional amount of common sense,  street sense, of average education, a vast amount of worldly experiences, most important, VERY MODEST.

One habit I try to practice; if someone asks me a question and I am not absolutely positive of the answer; especially when it may be a life threatening condition, I want to make sure I am 100% accurate before I give an answer. That has not been the pattern all along with all the so called experts giving their opinions and diagnosis on THE INVISIBLE KILLER.

The majority of our politicians suffer from that even bad habit. Even PDT was a very big offender of running off at the mouth, answering questions he had no idea what the answer was. If he didn’t know the answer, he would make one up.

If someone AXED K J and JAWS (Fauci) how many grains of sand are on all the beaches in the world; I guarantee you they would have an answer. BUTT the very next day, change the count.

Joey – wanna hear a dirty joke???

There is absolutely nothing wrong when asked the question if you do not know the answer, say; I don’t know I will get back to you, instead of giving a ridiculous answer that you were not sure about.

I truly believe that very high percentage of the answers the professionals gave to the public about COVID we’re strictly guesses. They are still guessing today.

The #invisible #killer ….

Published on Feb 29, 2020 at 12:50 PM

This may be just for starters ….

Published on Mar 3, 2020 at 8:07 AM

Just the tip of the ice-pick; the power of the invisible killer …..

Published on Apr 21, 2020 at 8:47 AM

Do we roll the dice or not ?????

Published on Oct 26, 2020 at 12:10 PM

These post are just a few of the many I have done on COVID.

As you can see; going back as far as April of 2020, these were my recommendations.

Everyone get the first three shots, wear masks were they feel it’s necessary, and let nature take its course!!

I am not suggesting I positively knew the answers, pretend to be an expert; but at some point in time, a person has to use their common sense and street sense to solve a problem and throw the books out the window. Generally, most books are written to be guide lines, in many cases not the absolute solution.

Is 5,000 a lot of books? - by Lincoln Michel

We have to remember one very important thing; most of what we learn in life is from practical experiences, everyday living, and coexisting with our fellow man.

We learn more by circulating and experiences in the real world than we can ever learn solely through book education. Consequently when many of the highly educated people graduate, they think they are infallible and put themselves a few steps above everyone else. That being said; it is one of the reasons they will answer a question regardless if they know the answer or not.

The real education in life is, going out and getting your ass kicked about once a week, metaphorically or otherwise, to come to the realization that not everybody eats only filet mignon every night. It is highly necessary, in order to develop a well-rounded appreciation for life, we have to eat liver occasionally.

There should be a lot more emphasis on blue collar educations and working with trades. Trade workers are the meat and potatoes of society. The people in the trenches, without them we would be screwed.

Because of the big push for everyone to go to college, a huge problem developed through the years that nobody wants to work at a manual job anymore; they all wanna start out their careers as the CEO of a corporation. That is not realistic.

People spend years and years in college, supposedly getting an education that will ASSIST them in their future positions. In my opinion; most colleges, unless in a specialized field, are a total rip off and a waste of time and $oldi.

I have seen a time after time where this scenario plays out. Unless it is a highly technical field, such as a doctor, scientist or other specialized field; the majority of the people who graduate from college and get a job; the first thing their new employer does to train them for six weeks so they have an idea of what their position entails. BRILLANT!!

I will take common sense and street sense any day over (book learning) a college education. In my opinion, probably less than 10% of the people that get a college degree will put it into practical application. They spent hundreds of thousands of dollars, wasting for the most part five years of their life partying their little ass off on their daddy’s dime; only for them to get a six week course by an employed.

Think I am talking out of my keaster:

Post-secondary institutions rake in nearly 500 billion dollars annually (source). That’s more money than you and everyone you know will ever make in your entire lifetimes. Combined. So it’s not hard to see why college revenue is such a big deal.

NOTE: I stand to be corrected: just checked GOOGLE

How many people work in the field they studied in college?After those jobs, however, the report starts to look more like the findings from a study from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which found that only 27 percent of college graduates work in a field related to their major.

In my opinion, 27% is still a very low percentage and not worth the time and money. Most of that 27% has to be the specialists fields I was referring to.

We are seeing this lack of enthusiasm/willingness for the leaches to work causing monumental problems for the workforce in the USA. This monster has been created in conjunction with COVID. It has been impossible for some employers to find people to fill the work slots; consequently business after business our closing the doors.

If some people in foreign countries had the opportunities available to the U.S., citizens, they would give their left arm and right leg in order to be a part of our system.

I put much of the responsibility on the government for paying these people supersized subsidies that bring in more money than if they had to work. The payback is businesses are shutting down because they are finding it increasingly difficult to fill their employment needs. Why should anyone with no ambition want to work if they can make more money as a parasite sucking blood from the government. So tell me, really whose fault is it??

Starting to make sense:

Sensible opinion from Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel:

“The goal for the ‘new normal’ with COVID-19 does not include eradication or elimination, eg, the ‘zero COVID’ strategy. Neither COVID-19 vaccination nor infection appear to confer lifelong immunity,” they wrote. “Current vaccines do not offer sterilizing immunity against SARS-CoV-2 infection. Infectious diseases cannot be eradicated when there is limited long-term immunity following infection or vaccination or nonhuman reservoirs of infection.”

The “new normal,” they explained, should be “recognizing that SARS-CoV-2 is but one of several circulating respiratory viruses that include influenza, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and more.” They noted that people have been living normal lives while facing the threat of those other respiratory illnesses, and they must learn to view the threat of COVID-19 as just an additional threat alongside the others.

AGAIN: Get your 3 shots for the betterment of mankind (an insurance policy, benefit of the doubt), wear your masks if necessary and let nature take it’s course.

If we all try to pattern our lives by using common-sense and work together combating COVID in a practical way, we will all eliminate a lot of blood – sweat – tears and severe headaches.

Mask up or get fined and thrown in the slams …..

Published on Mar 18, 2021 at 11:29 AM

Coronavirus Fears Drive Demand for Face Masks, but Some Experts Doubt Them  - WSJ

Countries can and do function very well even if they do wear masks. The Oriental people have been doing it for decades. There is no reason the USA can not get beck to BAU and still wear masks.

I have a newsflash for everybody; this sons-a-bitch-killer Mr COVID it’s not going anywhere. He may even have a few of his cousins waiting in the wings. The sooner we learn to live with him, the better it will be for everyone concerned.

Our back is against the wall, we have to ADJUST or throw in the towel and declare Mr. C the winner.

Mr C just kicked my ass because I am a loser and stupid

About The Goomba Gazette

COMMON-SENSE is the name of the game Addressing topics other bloggers shy away from. All posts are original. Objective: impartial commentary on news stories, current events, nationally and internationally news told as they should be; SHOOTING STRAIGHT FROM THE HIP AND TELLING IT LIKE IT IS. No topics are off limits. No party affiliations, no favorites, just a patriotic American trying to make a difference. God Bless America and Semper Fi!
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