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    Mấy thằng cháu ở nhà thì đứa nhỏ vui, đứa lớn buồn. Ảnh thích chị kia mà bây giờ hết đi học biết chừng nào gặp lại. Love in the time of corona.

    Hôm qua gọi điện thoại cho mấy quán nhậu coi ai còn ai dẹp, mấy chủ quán nói coi bộ 5, 6 tháng sau mới mở cửa lại. Em khuyên họ hay là mở cửa chui như thời Mỹ cấm rượu, gọi là "speakeasies." Ngày nào mở cửa thì gửi mét sịt cho khách quen báo trước...

    Thế giới sẽ thay đổi hẳn, con nít học ở nhà khỏi vô lớp, người lớn làm ở nhà khỏi vô sở, người tiêu thụ mua thực phẩm gửi tới nhà khỏi vô chợ, người ta cũng du lịch ở nhà khỏi bay tới bay lui.

    Kê minh ngọc thụ thiên khuynh Mỹ (sấm Chạng Chình). Trâm tuổi gà mà khoái gáy nữa, vậy là ứng ngay tróc vô lời sấm của cụ trạng. It's the end of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Các em lớp mẫu giáo đến 12 ở lại lớp.
    Không có ai lên lớp thì làm gì có người ở lại?

    Hưu học vô tư.

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    Hai năm một lớp thì các cụ ngày xưa kêu là "đúp".

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    Đi học mà yêu 2 đứa một lúc thì gọi là bắt cá hai tay.

    Yêu nhiều đứa một lúc thì gọi là bắt cá bằng máy.

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    bắt cá bằng máy
    Máy tính hả? Yêu nhiều đứa một lúc thì chắc chắn là phải bắt cá bằng net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Máy tính hả? Yêu nhiều đứa một lúc thì chắc chắn là phải bắt cá bằng net.
    À cái đó gọi là bắt cá bằng ngón. Chiêu này được Kim Dung mua bản quyền và đặt tên là Nhất dương chỉ.
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    Họa khô đơn chí: "a dry Katrina"


    'A nightmare all over again': after surviving Katrina, New Orleans battles Covid-19

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    “We were flooded before, but this time it’s dry. They’re both flowing. One by water, the other by air,” he said. “It will test our hearts and our minds like last time, but we will overcome again.”

    As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold across America, major outbreaks in the coastal cities of Seattle and New York City have dominated headlines. But New Orleans, the historic city on Louisiana’s southern tip, has more quietly become one of the worst-affected areas in America.

    As of Wednesday there were 1,975 confirmed Covid-19 cases in Louisiana, with more than 800 in New Orleans alone. Sixty-five people have been killed by the virus in the state, with over half those in New Orleans. The death toll is only six less than in California, a state with 35 million more people.

    Analysis by local news outlet the Advocate earlier in the week highlighted that New Orleans has a higher per-capita rate of infection than some boroughs of New York City. Research conducted by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette concluded that coronavirus cases here have spread at a faster rate in the first two weeks than any state in America or any country in the world.
    Ain't easy in Big Easy.

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    Đứa trẻ xấu số. Sơ sanh chưa biết mình lành.






    Coronavirus: Illinois governor announces rare death of baby


    The Illinois governor, JB Pritzker, said an investigation was under way to determine the cause of death and whether the child, who was younger than one year, had other health issues.


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    Trẻ thơ ơi, tin buồn từ ngày mẹ cho em mang nặng kiếp người.

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    Chửi nó cho đã nư rồi cũng đi "hốt hàng" của nó. Nhục như con cá nục.
    Mới cách đây vài bữa có một đám dư hơi nói Châu Âu "lệ thuộc" TQ, chỉ
    vì nó chào hàng vài kiện "viện trợ" để sau đó nó bán buôn.
    Thôi thì đừng chửi nữa để dành hơi sức cứu nguy bá tánh.




    White House Airlifts Medical Supplies From China in Coronavirus Fight

    Officials have teamed up with medical supply companies to speed the arrival of masks, gloves, gowns and other goods.


    Manufacturing masks at a factory in Shanghai. The overwhelming demand for medical supplies has set off a race for much-needed goods from China.Credit...Aly Song/Reuters

    WASHINGTON — A commercial aircraft carrying 80 tons of gloves, masks, gowns and other medical supplies from Shanghai touched down in New York on Sunday, the first of 22 scheduled flights that White House officials say will funnel much-needed goods to the United States by early April as it battles the world’s largest coronavirus outbreak.

    The plane delivered 130,000 N95 masks, 1.8 million face masks and gowns, 10 million gloves and thousands of thermometers for distribution to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, said Lizzie Litzow, a spokeswoman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Ms. Litzow said that flights would be arriving in Chicago on Monday and in Ohio on Tuesday, and that supplies would be sent from there to other states using private-sector distribution networks.

    While the goods that arrived in New York on Sunday will be welcomed by hospitals and health care workers — some of whom have resorted to rationing protective gear or using homemade supplies — they represent just a tiny portion of what American hospitals need. The Department of Health and Human Services has estimated that the United States will require 3.5 billion masks if the pandemic lasts a year.

    That overwhelming demand has set off a race among foreign countries, American officials at all levels of government and private individuals to acquire protective gear, ventilators and other much-needed goods from China, where newly built factories are churning out supplies even as China’s own epidemic wanes.

    “China has abundant protective equipment now, and the rest of the world has a huge shortage,” said James McGregor, the chairman of greater China for APCO Worldwide.


    A worker in Rho, Italy, with a box of medical supplies donated by China, which is churning out supplies even as its own epidemic wanes.Credit...Moura Balti Touati/EPA, via Shutterstock

    The Trump administration has been seeking to ramp up production of respirators, ventilators and other medical supplies in the United States, but factories are already running at full capacity. Companies like General Motors, Ford and others have stepped forward to try making these products for the first time, but they may need weeks or months before newly built facilities can ramp up their production.

    The shipment from China that arrived in New York on Sunday is the product of a public-private partnership — led by President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner — with major health care distributors like McKesson Corporation, Cardinal Health, Owens & Minor, Medline and Henry Schein, a White House spokesman said. Representatives from those companies attended a meeting at the White House with Mr. Trump on Sunday.

    The White House is arranging for air transport to help expedite the shipping of personal protective equipment purchased by these companies overseas, the spokesman said, adding that both FEMA and the State Department were helping support the effort.

    Not all the supplies will come from China. Ms. Litzow said the United States was working with manufacturers from Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, India, Honduras and Mexico.

    American governors, mayors and lawmakers have been trying to arrange their own shipments of products from China, with some saying the federal government has been moving too slowly, which risks losing out to other foreign buyers. American officials have leaned on sister cities and province relationships, liaison offices they had set up in China to attract investment and connections with state-run Chinese companies to try to secure scarce equipment.

    In the private sector, a variety of wealthy individuals, charitable organizations and corporate executives with connections to China have also stepped forward to try to help get goods to the United States.

    Jack Ma, the Chinese billionaire and co-founder of Alibaba, is funneling one million masks and 500,000 tests to the United States. The Committee of 100, a leadership organization of Americans of Chinese descent, has raised $1 million to purchase medical supplies and protective gear from around the world to bring to the United States.

    Li Lu, the chairman of Himalaya Capital Management, said he was helping to arrange a shipment to the United States of one million masks made by BYD, a Chinese automaker of which Himalaya Capital is a part owner.

    Since January, Mr. Li had helped to send more than $1.4 million of medical supplies from all over the world to Wuhan, where the outbreak first began. But by the beginning of March, as China was slowly recovering from its epidemic and a crisis was looming in the West, Mr. Li realized he needed to send the supplies in the other direction.

    When BYD began producing masks in China at the end of February, the Chinese government initially bought up everything they made, he said. Now, the company is busy filling an earlier order of 40 million masks for Italy, but it will send its first order of a million masks to the United States on April 1, Mr. Li said.

    Mr. Li said he was also speaking with China’s largest ventilator manufacturer, whose production had been bought up by parties in Europe through September, to try to persuade them to send a few hundred ventilators to the United States.

    “China has the capacity now, and the U.S. has a huge need,” Mr. Li said. “We’ve got to fight together.”

    Zolan Kanno-Youngs contributed reporting.

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