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  1. Why should I? I've given my take on how badly he has handled the COVID pandemic. That was the point of my comment. If you'd like to list three positive things he's done for Florida, by all means, be my guest.
  2. Why should cruise lines run two different ships when it's easier for people like you to just stay home? If you don't want to wear a mask that's fine. People who want to cruise will wear one and you will do something else with your free time.
  3. If it's a choice between believing a ophthalmologist (who set up his own accrediting board to get accredited) and a renowned expert in infectious diseases, I'm going to go with the expert.
  4. 1) The question referred to Americans since I referenced the half million dead 2) Your number for smallpox is so vague as to be useless in the context of the discussion, but thanks for playing.
  5. The difference is COVID has killed half a million Americans this year! How many Americans have even contracted smallpox, let alone died from it? Good grief!
  6. GOOD! I'm very glad that anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers are self-selecting themselves off cruise ships. By definition they are not the kind of people I want to sail with anyway so thanks to them for not being on board.
  7. "Logic" from someone who asked a silly question about smallpox? A contractor would have no reason to know someone else's vaccination status. If he has so little regard for his customers that he and his unvaccinated workers enter peoples homes, I wouldn't want to deal with that company. The logic behind wearing masks and getting the vaccine is to protect not only yourself, but those around you. It's sad that this very simple principle is lost on so many people.
  8. Well, since the hypothetical did NOT include your list of conditions, why didn't you just answer "no"?
  9. Nobody is saying Dr. Fauci is infallible, but if he revises his opinion about something connected with the approach to and treatment of COVID-19, I'll trust that he made that change based on new information. I wouldn't trust him if he didn't change his opinion in the face of new information. In their search for a scapegoat a lot of people have decided that Dr. Fauci will do just fine. Those are the people I hope will refuse to wear a mask, refuse to get vaccinated and thus won't be cruising when things start up again.
  10. He's an expert in infectious diseases. You are not. Gee, I wonder whose opinion carries more weight?
  11. As soon as I see the words "live in fear" in someone's comment, I know that I can, with complete confidence, ignore everything else they have to say.
  12. Translation: My mind is made up. Don't confuse me with facts. Ignorance in action is exactly why we can't stay safe. Let's just go with "have a nice day." 🙂
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