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Kudlow March 6 “We don’t want to willy-nilly throw $300-$400b, with a $1k check to every American.”

Mnuchin March 17 “We’re looking at sending checks to Americans immediately”

Trump March 20 "We're not talking about $1k checks, we're talking about much more"

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Guys, i just want to say, take care of yourselves and your families during this horrible pandemic, stay safe always and God bless you all. Hug 🙏💪👊

Good article - history shows governments are really slow to withdraw big brother state apparatus and surveillance when emergencies are over. Theyre also quite keen for everyone to have the Covid

Strange times. We've surrendered our liberty and freedom to the State. Parliament has disappeared. All private enterprise has been Nationalised. Movement controlled. All our freedom just given up with

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The Antidote EP001 - 6 hours of live techno from Stockholm - streaming now

(our clubs are all closed due to COVID-19)

While scientists try to create an anti-corona virus we will give a dosage of our own anti-corona virus: 6 hours live techno with some of the best underground artists in Stockholm.

 

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MARCH 20, 2020

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It’s gloomy out there. We’ve got some advice for combatting the psychological heaviness, and for staying sane during these uncertain times.

The Latest on the Coronavirus

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We’re calling it plague dread. It’s that feeling that seems so inescapable right now, that sense of foreboding mixed with terror and boredom. As Amanda Mull put it: “For many, all that’s left to do is to sit at home and brace for an unimaginable impact.”

But this feeling is escapable, at least partially. “A virus can invade our bodies, but we get to decide whether we let it invade our minds,” Lori Gottlieb, our Dear Therapist columnist, writes in her guide to staying sane during a pandemic.  

If you’re seeking relief from plague dread today, try …

… practicing the both/and method.

“It’s horrible AND we can allow our souls to breathe.”

… not checking the news every few minutes.

“A daily update makes sense. But bingeing on up-to-the-minute news is like stress eating—it’s bloating our minds with unhealthy food that will make us feel sick.”

… giving yourself the space to let go.

“Some anxiety is productive—it’s what motivates us to wash our hands often and distance ourselves from others when there’s an important reason to do so … But unproductive anxiety— unchecked rumination—can make our mind spin in all kinds of frightening directions.”

Lori also joined our new daily-ish podcast, Social Distance, to chat about coping with this crisis. Listen to the episode.

One bonus tip: Try cooking a recipe that requires your full attention. Our culture writer Hannah Giorgis discovered a kind of meditative peace in stirring and stirring a risotto.

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On 16/03/2020 at 7:46 PM, Special Juan said:

Boris won't do that he is worried about upsetting people.

FFS, at a time like this its time to stop playing party politics!!!!!!

He is following the scientific and medical advice being given to him.

 

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4 hours ago, Vesper said:

The Antidote EP001 - 6 hours of live techno from Stockholm - streaming now

(our clubs are all closed due to COVID-19)

While scientists try to create an anti-corona virus we will give a dosage of our own anti-corona virus: 6 hours live techno with some of the best underground artists in Stockholm.

 

Give me some good, old ABBA any day of the week!

Proper music, over souless, computer generated  bleeps.

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13 hours ago, chippy said:

Give me some good, old ABBA any day of the week!

Proper music, over souless, computer generated  bleeps.

lol

you can have ABBA

take them please!

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Lorenzo Sanz: Former Real Madrid president dies after contracting coronavirus

Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz died on Saturday after being hospitalised with coronavirus.

Sanz, 76, was president at the Bernabeu from 1995-2000, a period in which Real won the Champions League twice.

"My father has just died," wrote Sanz's son Lorenzo Sanz Duran on Twitter.

"He did not deserve this end in this manner. One of the best, most courageous and hard working people I have seen in my life. His family and Real Madrid were his passion."

Sanz signed players such as Roberto Carlos, Clarence Seedorf and Davor Suker during his time in charge of the 33-time Spanish champions,

He lost the 2000 presidential election to Florentino Perez, which sparked Real's big-spending 'Galatico' era.

Sanz's son Fernando, 46, played for Real Madrid from 1996-1999 before spending the final seven years of his career at Malaga.

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44 minutes ago, ZAPHOD2319 said:

Is it getting any better in France?

hell no, it is only getting warmed up, unfortunately

France records 112 coronavirus deaths in a day as death toll reaches 562

https://www.france24.com/en/20200321-france-records-112-coronavirus-deaths-in-a-day-as-death-toll-reaches-562

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