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Everything posted by ray98

  1. No.....staying afloat as a company is a more pressing matter.
  2. I book on my own.....every detail a consumer ever wanted is freely available on the web. A PVP is just a salesperson who works for the company.
  3. You are right....those results should be BETTER than you what you see in the general population. Those are professionals in a sterile environment who are using good quality PPE with proper training on how to doff and don. Their results should exceed what you will find in untrained populations using in most cases makeshift PPE.
  4. Yup....worthless. You don't get exposed and then 2 hours later pop positive on the test.
  5. ....or it could also mutate like the original SARS-COV-1 into something that no longer targets humans.
  6. LOL....Holy speculation Batman. This topic shows the internet can run wild with anything.
  7. Not surprising. There are loads of people who have cancelled over the past few months who are booking with those credits. That in itself creates demand and will cause prices to rise. No great conspiracy.
  8. We will absolutely go on a cruise when the situation changes. It is not just cruising that is impacted, it is many things we normally did in life in large crowds. This will eventually get under control and we will move forward as a society.
  9. Well....if we learned anything we know some have trouble with basic math.
  10. I would pass on that. The mask will be nothing but a sweltering annoyance. Anytime you are in a restaurant or at a bar you won't have it on and social distancing will be impossible in those venues. Either it is safe enough to go without or not.
  11. Had some good times on board....hate to see it go.
  12. Man....had some good times on her.
  13. They posted facts. Why would that bother you?
  14. I'm sure it will be okay. You found out didn't you?
  15. Yup.....happens all the time.
  16. What you are missing is what that term means, which is exactly opposite of what you think it does.
  17. LOL.....I love how some think only a one sided opinion should be allowed. They initially post something as fact and then when shown they are incorrect they move on to 'well let them try it anyway'. Then they act offended anyone discussed the matter in a factual manner instead of hysteric emotions.
  18. The only one I can find compiled already is from NY. This is on a deaths per 100k scale...... 0-17 0.75 18-44 21.6 45-64 205.4 65-74 667.8 75+ 1685.4
  19. While true, the disparity is not even in the same league as the age factor. These stats are from Alabama where those over 65 make up 13.1% of the population. "Eighty-percent of COVID-19 fatalities involve people age 65 or older."
  20. ....but all things are still not equal. Even if you look at a cross section of patients who all havewith comorbidities , those over 50 are dying at a much higher rate than below. Comorbidities certainly increases the impact but those younger than 50 still rarely die.
  21. Hopefully the courts continue to rule with logic.
  22. Good luck getting a GTY assignment that far out.
  23. It isn't. The Going Concern accounting principle means no trouble in sight, all expectations is the company will continue to operate and meet its financial obligations for the next 12 months. When there is a problem you will see it listed by the auditor in filings with a phrase similar to 'substantial doubt over the ability to continue operating as a going concern'.
  24. Ok....I'm confused again. All accounting assume companies operate on a Going Concern basis. It is not a bad thing and specifically means there is nothing reported that casts doubt on their ability to meet their financial obligations for the next 12 months. When a company is not a Going Concern is when there is trouble.....
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