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Maximum Carnage Week Game Thread

SwayeSwaye Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 41,208 Founders Club
edited April 2020 in Tug Tavern
Game time fuckers.



edit: Making it the official game thread and pinning so you can get all your piles of plague bodies updates throughout this week of ULTIMATE DEATH!
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    PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member Posts: 42,656
    edited April 2020
    Officials stats* get posted at 4PM.

    *as adjusted by the AAU scorekeepers.
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    YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 34,355 Swaye's Wigwam
    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,761
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,761

    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?

    Next Monday? We'll probably be at 25,000. Maybe that's optimistic.

    What would the count be without the "overreaction"?
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,761

    HHusky said:

    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?

    Next Monday? We'll probably be at 25,000. Maybe that's optimistic.

    What would the count be without the "overreaction"?
    Seems like you would have that answer to justify destroying the economy

    I'm sure a couple million (more?) deaths and tens of millions of cases would have no effect on the economy.
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,761

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?

    Next Monday? We'll probably be at 25,000. Maybe that's optimistic.

    What would the count be without the "overreaction"?
    Seems like you would have that answer to justify destroying the economy

    I'm sure a couple million (more?) deaths and tens of millions of cases would have no effect on the economy.
    So you don't have any idea if destroying the economy was required
    I just applied 1918 percentages to our current population. Of course even in the olden days, people knew viruses were contagious and they "overreacted". Cost Seattle a Stanley Cup, and had some less significant adverse effects as well.
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    RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 103,027 Swaye's Wigwam
    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?

    Next Monday? We'll probably be at 25,000. Maybe that's optimistic.

    What would the count be without the "overreaction"?
    Seems like you would have that answer to justify destroying the economy

    I'm sure a couple million (more?) deaths and tens of millions of cases would have no effect on the economy.
    So you don't have any idea if destroying the economy was required
    I just applied 1918 percentages to our current population. Of course even in the olden days, people knew viruses were contagious and they "overreacted". Cost Seattle a Stanley Cup, and had some less significant adverse effects as well.
    So you have no idea if any of this made any difference. Like I said
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    HHuskyHHusky Member Posts: 19,761

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?

    Next Monday? We'll probably be at 25,000. Maybe that's optimistic.

    What would the count be without the "overreaction"?
    Seems like you would have that answer to justify destroying the economy

    I'm sure a couple million (more?) deaths and tens of millions of cases would have no effect on the economy.
    So you don't have any idea if destroying the economy was required
    I just applied 1918 percentages to our current population. Of course even in the olden days, people knew viruses were contagious and they "overreacted". Cost Seattle a Stanley Cup, and had some less significant adverse effects as well.
    So you have no idea if any of this made any difference. Like I said
    Until we run in traffic, how can we be sure that it is dangerous?
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    Bob_CBob_C Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 9,599 Founders Club
    There’s definitely context things going around in the data reporting. The death output seems to be worst case and then when it comes in less, social distancing is being lauded. I seem to recall a time where the deaths that were being projected were with the social distancing assumption built in, so that can’t be the reason for variance in actuals.

    Part of the issue is too many models with wildly different assumptions and reporting taking pieces from each as if it were an integrated model.
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    Fire_Marshall_BillFire_Marshall_Bill Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 23,089 Founders Club
    Andrew Combover and Bill Deblah are heroes now, despite bad orange man. They flattened the curve thanks to their brilliance. Never mind that Deblasio said everything was normal well into March.
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    DoogieMcDoogersonDoogieMcDoogerson Member Posts: 2,484
    I find this chart interesting and the commentary describing it interesting. This is probably something the news should pick up on but it doesn't fit their narrative. "Deaths show by date of onset."


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    MelloDawgMelloDawg Member Posts: 6,301
    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    HHusky said:

    So what does the cordwood count need to be by week’s end to count as max carnage?

    Next Monday? We'll probably be at 25,000. Maybe that's optimistic.

    What would the count be without the "overreaction"?
    Seems like you would have that answer to justify destroying the economy

    I'm sure a couple million (more?) deaths and tens of millions of cases would have no effect on the economy.
    So you don't have any idea if destroying the economy was required
    I just applied 1918 percentages to our current population. Of course even in the olden days, people knew viruses were contagious and they "overreacted". Cost Seattle a Stanley Cup, and had some less significant adverse effects as well.
    So you have no idea if any of this made any difference. Like I said
    Until we run in traffic, how can we be sure that it is dangerous?
    What do you have to lose? I may try it, I’ll have to talk to my doctor.
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