2019 Coronavirus Disease "COVID-19" [10,000,000 Confirmed Cases Worldwide]

lebnan_lilkel

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I have a feeling this will be the virus that eradicates humanity.
17 deaths so far, and it's only been a few days since the virus was reported.

These might as well be our last days on the forum. Let's all be nice to each other.

@Lebmonage @agnostic @Danny Z I love you guys.
Hassouna is a wonderful human being.
I always thought the ones with the big mouths are the ones bisoukou rekeboun and go to meltdown quickly.. Hadi halek shway. We haven't got any tourism with China..
 
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  • Danny Z

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    I have a feeling this will be the virus that eradicates humanity.
    17 deaths so far, and it's only been a few days since the virus was reported.

    These might as well be our last days on the forum. Let's all be nice to each other.

    @Lebmonage @agnostic @Danny Z I love you guys.
    Hassouna is a wonderful human being.
    If it eradicates half of them, we can maybe save the climate emergency problem. I am not sure where you want to be but I want to be in the half who remain though. I started watching the walking dead again so that I can sharpen my skills post apocalypse.
     
    lebnan_lilkel

    lebnan_lilkel

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    Chinese market at centre of coronavirus outbreak sells wolves, rats and bats to eat
    A woman has been filmed devouring a bat while at a market at the centre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. WARNING: Graphic


    New York PostJANUARY 24, 20208:45AM

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    A viral video has emerged of a Chinese woman gobbling a bat, which “play a critical role” in transmitting the deadly coronavirus.

    It’s enough to make your stomach turn.
    A viral video has emerged online of a Chinese woman gobbling a bat, which “play a critical role” in transmitting the deadly coronavirus, with a second video also featuring an alleged bowl of bat soup.
    The first gag-inducing clip features an unidentified woman at an undisclosed restaurant in the Wuhan province clutching what appears to be a fruit bat with chopsticks while nibbling its wing like chicken.
     
    loubnaniTO

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    France confirms first 2 coronavirus cases as China builds new hospital to deal with outbreak (CBC)

    Second coronavirus patient confirmed in US (BBC)
     
    Resign

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    Chinese market at centre of coronavirus outbreak sells wolves, rats and bats to eat
    A woman has been filmed devouring a bat while at a market at the centre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. WARNING: Graphic


    New York PostJANUARY 24, 20208:45AM

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    A viral video has emerged of a Chinese woman gobbling a bat, which “play a critical role” in transmitting the deadly coronavirus.

    It’s enough to make your stomach turn.
    A viral video has emerged online of a Chinese woman gobbling a bat, which “play a critical role” in transmitting the deadly coronavirus, with a second video also featuring an alleged bowl of bat soup.
    The first gag-inducing clip features an unidentified woman at an undisclosed restaurant in the Wuhan province clutching what appears to be a fruit bat with chopsticks while nibbling its wing like chicken.
    FFS
    You see them walking around wearing masks worrying about their health ?
    Yet they eat this crap 🤮
     
    AtheistForYeezus

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    FFS
    You see them walking around wearing masks worrying about their health ?
    Yet they eat this crap 🤮
    Let's not be judgemental. Lebanese people eat "fwerigh" and snails.

    According to researchers, snakes, not bats, are the likely source of Coronavirus.
     
    loubnaniTO

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    Chinese market at centre of coronavirus outbreak sells wolves, rats and bats to eat
    A woman has been filmed devouring a bat while at a market at the centre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. WARNING: Graphic


    New York PostJANUARY 24, 20208:45AM

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    A viral video has emerged of a Chinese woman gobbling a bat, which “play a critical role” in transmitting the deadly coronavirus.

    It’s enough to make your stomach turn.
    A viral video has emerged online of a Chinese woman gobbling a bat, which “play a critical role” in transmitting the deadly coronavirus, with a second video also featuring an alleged bowl of bat soup.
    The first gag-inducing clip features an unidentified woman at an undisclosed restaurant in the Wuhan province clutching what appears to be a fruit bat with chopsticks while nibbling its wing like chicken.
    at least that bat seems to be cooked. These here are raw and alive :

     
    Isabella

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    at least that bat seems to be cooked. These here are raw and alive :

    Hooooww???? I think this is fake! Chewing a live rat has to take more time than a couple of seconds lol!
     
    AtheistForYeezus

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    at least that bat seems to be cooked. These here are raw and alive :

    Rats are eaten regularly in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, parts of the Philippines and Indonesia, Thailand, Ghana, China and Vietnam, says Grant Singleton, from the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines.

    Rat meat is a bit like pork, but very tender, like slowly cooked pork shoulder - Stefan Gates


     
    SeaAb

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    Bats and rats? Lek wen ba3dkon. :cigar:
     
    Dr. Strangelove

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    Looks cuter and more edible than shrimp if you ask me.
    Yet for some strange reason the "cockroaches of the sea" don't trigger the same reaction in us.
    It's all about conditioning.


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    It's the fact they're being eaten raw and alive. I wouldn't eat a raw, live shrimp, either.
     
    loubnaniTO

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    considering we were hit hard with SARS some 17 years ago here in Toronto, i went yesterday to buy a few surgical masks as a precaution... all stores already ran out! i checked with a friend of mine in Vancouver, same.. all stores ran out (even auto shops). Finally found one on amazon that i was able to order.

    Call me paranoid, but after SARS, not taking any chances!
     
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