While this was not true of our usury ridden fraudulent money system. Before usury and modern ponzi scheme economies. The Black Death gave rise to Yeoman Farmers and helped to abolish serfdom:
Taiwan did well against corona virus
bad news: the government tracks every One of their citizens via their phones and calls them to remind them to stay home
But no one talks about Taiwan
Over the last few weeks, we have been keeping a close eye on the growing glut of automobile inventory, exacerbated by demand falling off a cliff, plunging used car prices and rental car companies suffering from an unprecedented collapse in business (or, like Hertz, simply going bankrupt).
The "used" everything market is about to get flooded.Used car market is about to get flooded.
For a lot of local officials the reaction seems to be kind of like:The dramatic focus on the beaches in interesting and strikes me as particularly telling.
I'm not sure if it's an eco-fascist thing or related to the fact that most people socially distance at the beach anyway and with all that sun and salt it's borderline impossible to infect another person. While taking even the most basic precautions to socially distance, the beach is infinitely safer than a supermarket for example.
So it seems like they've chosen the beaches as the focal point of these lockdowns simply because if anywhere should be open, it should be the beaches.
Did you e-file or mail in your taxes?Did you submit your direct deposit info? Thats how I got my stimulus check.
I filed my taxes in March and entered my bank info.
South Korea uses surveillance tech to confirm 100 cases linked to gay bar outbreak
When South Korean health authorities realized they might have a new cluster on their hands in Seoul - a cluster that, thanks to SK's population density, threatened to spread like wildfire - they initially panicked: The unnamed 'super-spreader' at the center of the outbreak had traveled to several gay clubs in Seoul's ritzy Itaewon nightlife district.
Because homosexuality is still 'taboo' in South Korea, contact tracers feared those potentially exposed might be afraid to come forward. Fortunately, South Korea's contact-tracing systems combed through mobile phone data, credit card data and CCTV footage, allowing authorities to swiftly identify dozens of people who came into contact with 'patient zero.'
As of 10am Seoul Time on Tuesday, Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon said the number of cases tied to this outbreak had reached 101.