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#AugustaGa town hall meeting on #coronavirus #COVID19 #publichealth #CancelMasters2020

No matter how many times the public health official guy says, "There are no confirmed cases in our district," it doesn't change the following fact:
We're doing such limited testing that we really don't know. All we are really saying is that nobody's needed hospitalization and then returned a positive COVID19 test.

Since so many other areas are reporting cases, why would we be any different? Are we special? Are pimento
cheese sandwiches some kind of prophylactic?

Cancel Masters 2020. The people running the Augusta National likely believe that, if they fall ill, they'll have private concierge medical service. You can be sure they have no plans to provide that for those of us living in Augusta
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Today's news depressed me. So I did some #retailtherapy at @booktavern in #AugustaGA. Here's what I purchased:
What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City By Mona Hanna-Attisha @MonaHannaA…
The dramatic story of the #Flintwatercrisis, told “with the gripping intrigue of a Grisham thriller”
"Another Country" by James Baldwin…
Set in Greenwich Village, Harlem, and France, among other locales, Another Country is a novel of passions--sexual, racial, political, artistic--that is stunning for its emotional intensity and haunting sensuality,
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.#AugustaGA "euthanized" an alligator in Lake Olmstead… Many people were bothered by this story, including myself. Only after watching a @pbs @PBSNature episode on people & lions in #Gujarat #India was I able to articulate why this seemingly trivial
event actually points to the larger issue of whether we humans are going to adapt to this planet or whether we are going to continue to act as if our choices have no consequences until this planet changes & boots us out. #IndiasWanderingLions… Rather than
change our behavior which resulted in an alligator inhabiting this lake or take measures to limit the risk it would cause harm, we humans killed it to eliminate the minor risk it posed. We again positioned ourselves *outside* of the biosphere, even though our lives would be
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