As a former CO resident, I’m pretty happy in Kansas. I’ll be even more happy after I graduate and make my way to UT or ID.As a CO resident, trust me - as soon as that 'purpling' happens, the state goes blue in a hurry. I've lived here the better part of 33 years and in every other regard than politics, there is no other state I'd want to live in.
The political status of CO has me thinking it'll be time for me to move on soon enough that I've already started spending an inordinate amount of time in Zillow's app.
I just like the saying. Unfortunately, your statement is true.
Austin was already blue for quite some time. Houston went blue a few elections ago.
itz kHouston the city was already blue. It's Harris County that turned dumb last election.
LOL, spoken like a true OkieTuck fexas!!!
Literally HitlerOMGOMGOMG THAT'S A RIGHT-OF-CENTER NEWS SOURCE AND SO THAT'S TOTALLY BUNK AND YOU'RE A TRUMP SUPPORTER HOW DARE YOU
RIGHT-CENTER BIAS These media sources are slightly to moderately conservative in bias. They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes) to favor conservative causes. These sources are...mediabiasfactcheck.com
That would be me, a true Okie!!!LOL, spoken like a true Okie
*I've never hidden the fact that I actually like Oklahoma City - as far as being a Metro area to live in.
OK state tax kinda sucks, but its fairly low and probably equalizes with Tx property tax (which varies across the state).
Only issue is... well its still Oklahoma. So there's that.
Actually, THIS is the problem with both sides... hell, ALL SIDES. One side's version is taken as the unadulterated truth while the other's is derided as complete bullshit.So we are going to take this guys argument at face value or are we going to notice that he fails to mention Italy’s experience, where the hospitals were overrun, where drs had to make life or death calls about who could access treatments? I’m surprised. This didn’t pass the smell test.
The jury is out for me regarding the disease itself. It hasn't touched my MonkeySphere in any way yet so it falls somewhere on the spectrum between Completely Fictitious and Praise LAWD Jesus I Didn't Get it.Actually, THIS is the problem with both sides... hell, ALL SIDES. One side's version is taken as the unadulterated truth while the other's is derided as complete bullshit.
VGT's opinion is that response has been awful, and we're all damned lucky to have not been wiped-the-fuck-out by now (paraphrasing). Meanwhile, my opinion is "Smurf off, pussies; it's a shitty cold."
Both can be true, or maybe both VGT and I have hidden agendas.
I can only answer for myself here, but I'll draw a comparison: I am immunized - including all of the usual pokes you get once a decade or so - but I don't get flu shots. You know why? Because I don't have to. I am a grown-ass man capable of making my own choices.If and when a vaccine is discovered, I bet there will be a good 20-30% of the populace who won't take it, mostly for political reasons and nothing more which just baffles the living shit out of me.
Italy seems to be the outlier compared to the rest of the world. They have the second oldest population, and In their culture, the young intermingle much more frequently with the older population than in other countries.So we are going to take this guys argument at face value or are we going to notice that he fails to mention Italy’s experience, where the hospitals were overrun, where drs had to make life or death calls about who could access treatments? I’m surprised. This didn’t pass the smell test.
You are one luckly SOB in my book. I've had the flu that was no biggie, but once I had the flu and I honestly was scared for my life at one point. A fever of 104, tunnel vision and a loss of strength and balance so bad I couldn't even walk. I had to crawl to the bathroom. I was half a sec from going to the emergency room when the wife had an idea to throw me in a cool bath to see if that would break my fever, it worked. Uncomfortable as hell, but absolutely worth it. I didn't feel myself fully for a couple more weeks after that. I'm generally a pretty healthy person and shake things off pretty easily, but that one kicked my ass. I now get a flu shot every year.FWIW, I have also never had the flu.
Probably why the Native American populations are getting their asses handed to them by it too.Italy seems to be the outlier compared to the rest of the world. They have the second oldest population, and In their culture, the young intermingle much more frequently with the older population than in other countries.
Iowa Park?? Shit! I live in Wichita Falls.That would be me, a true Okie!!!
In full disclosure I like a lot of Texas. Hell, I've lived all over that state as a kid. Iowa Park, Farwell, Cuero and finally Canyon. Was happy to return home though.