For me 2020 has been a great year. How about you?
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Agent Steel wrote:I really don't see it that way, I'm sorry.
I believe that the vast majority of those people were scheduled to die very soon, if I even believe those figures to begin with. They probably are inflated by a lot.
It's a matter of perspective.
For me, when I really reflect and take everything into consideration, I don't see 2020 as being a bad year in comparison to others. Maybe it's because for my entire life I've been used to seeing and hearing about the same negative news in one form or another. I just don't see how this is much different or worse than any other year of my life, politically or otherwise.
Drlee wrote:2. Of course the Corona Virus is nothing short of tragic. I have to watch it up close and personal as they say. It is a horror. But that was not the worst of it. The worst of it was to watch the US do nothing about it. 300K people dead because of one man and half of the government still follows him.
Trump handled COVID like a fool, but blaming the 300k deaths on him is some sick twisted shit
B0ycey wrote:It has to be. You have opposing views.
That said, more people will see 2020 as a bad year than a good one because of what has happened.
Godstud wrote:2001 was only bad in that it started the War on Travel because of 9/11.
colliric wrote:The year was made a fucking nightmare. That one news day basically gave an entire generation who saw it around the world PTSD. I watched it all live on my shitty old TV.
As bad as this entire year has been, at least it didn't all happen at once like 9/11 did. The main reason I don't believe in the shithead Loose Change or "The Jews did it" conspiracy theories is because I saw it all live from New York, I wish I could have the luxury of believing it was an inside job, but I'm one of the unlucky sods that saw it all play out live.
Speak for yourself but 2001 was the worst year of my life.
colliric wrote: That one news day basically gave an entire generation who saw it around the world PTSD.You obviously don't know what PTSD is. While 9/11 was shocking to some, it wasn't completely unexpected. Tragic, yes.
collliric wrote:that one news day basically gave an entire generation who saw it around the world PTSD.
XogGyux wrote:... We are having 1 9/11 every day. But not just that, unlike the actual 9/11... we had plenty of warnings. We had warnings when there was 1 dead, when there was 10 dead, when it was 100 dead, when it was 1000 deads, when it was 10000 dead, when it was 100000 dead when it was 2000000 dead and we continue to have the same fking retarded "I don't give a shit" attitude as if this is somehow going to stop if we pretend we are very macho. Stop living your world watching tv... it might not be dramatic to you seein a couple of thousand people being crushed by a skyscraper collapsing, but believe me, what is currently going on the ICUs of this country right now is every little bit as dramatic. Just like the firefighters that died (or got sick) when going to help rescue possible survivors... there are nurses, doctors, staff also getting sick and also dying because they are trying to help. Not my intention to start a "my tragedy is worse than your tragedy" pissing contest but... have some fucking perspective, the building is about to collapse and all I hear from some people is "make sure you grab all documents before you evacuate the building because they are worth a lot of money", fuck that.
Julian658 wrote:Do you know how many people die on a daily basis in the USA when there is no pandemic?People dying of other things isn't an argument. Why don't you say something stupid, like: "People die in their bathtubs every day.", or some such nonsense. It's about as idiotic, and relevant.
The year was made a fucking nightmare. That one news day basically gave an entire generation who saw it around the world PTSD. I watched it all live on my shitty old TV.
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