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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    god forbid taxes HELP people I genuinely wonder if some people even understand the purpose of government
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    I don't doubt we would have to some extent. I'm from Vegas, and before any American government interference was happening, we were suffering badly because of the virus. Most hotels under 10% occupancy, which is almost unheard of. I think a lot of you had too much faith that the economy was...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    Japan's response has honestly been surreal. China was in full lockdown and Korea went into intense preventative measures, and Japan basically just went "how about those olympics?" Abe Shinzo was getting clowned on by Japanese twitter yesterday because the Japanese government announced that they...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    In Disney-related stuff, my very unfounded predictions are that I expect the park re-openings to go Shanghai - Hong Kong - Disneyland - DLP - WDW - TDR California clearly has a better grasp on the virus than most of the country because of Gov. Newsom, so I'd be shocked if it Disneyland didn't...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    why is dr. fauci in particular getting this shade, dude's job is to protect against infectious diseases :( everyone crying about the economy but the man is not an economist
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    It's moderately troubling, but I wouldn't say troubling enough to be in serious consideration. These folks are just scared because we realistically don't have an idea of how far out we are. But they won't be the ones making the government mandates ending the shut-downs, either.
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    Can you find me the experts and government officials that are saying this, though? I don't think most reasonably expect we'll be locked up a year. The general consensus I've seen is "should be done by summer" but the risk for a second wave exists, we just would need to prepare for fall. Right...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    The more I read threads like this, the more eternally grateful I am that the virus started in a place like China rather than a place like the United States. China handled it very poorly, but they eventually did hard lockdowns. The United States would have kicked and screamed for months...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    I wonder what fraction of APs are local, though?
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    If I keep preparing for the potential of millions of deaths, eventually I'm going to make millions of deaths a reality? Would you like to proudly tell a healthcare provider that? We're thinking of different shortages. There are no real shortages in the supply chains at grocery stores; I'm...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    Because, like with most things, moderation and centrism is almost impossible to achieve and isn't guaranteed to work. So we prepare for the worst, because the world economy is already shut down (reopening American businesses doesn't mean our biggest trade partners are going to follow suit, and...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    I'm 50/50 on this. I think it's...fine to be worried about if this affects your May or June vacation. But I've seen some on FB and Twitter worry that it's going to impact their Halloween trip. If the impact of this virus lasts that long, we will be living in a dramatically different world then...
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    What's Still On and What's Now Off

    The American response to the vocabulary choice of "essential" has been hilarious. Americans are lucky: in Europe, restaurants (even for take-out), hardware stores, liquor stores, etc. are all CLOSED. Essential doesn't mean "essential to the lasting ramifications of the economy." Essential means...
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    Mayor Harry Sidhu of Anaheim recommends spending $15 Million of the Resort District Revenue on COVID-19 issues

    I disagreed with them too, but surely they didn't mean "we want the park to shut down and we would economically fine without them totally"
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    News Disneyland Resort Now CLOSED Due To Coronavirus - Reopening Date Unknown

    But that's also because we're weeks behind on the curve.
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    Incredibly easy way to spend hours.
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World

    Not too much of a headscratcher. Any state not named Washington or New York is drowning because the federal government failed them.
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    News Disneyland Resort Now CLOSED Due To Coronavirus - Reopening Date Unknown

    catastrophically bad take, not to mention the fight against drugs is the reason incarceration and the drug crisis is so bad in america What did the health professionals suggest that would allow us not to have shelter-in-place orders?
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