COVID-19 vs. Spanish Flu – If You Don’t Know, Now You Know | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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  • Football Class 2 years ago

    6:15 Well technically those haters would be wrong as few people from that period are still alive but knowing some of these haters they would be like well I don’t know them.

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  • Athanasia Sky 2 years ago

    BAYER ACTUALLY SOLD ASPRIN WITH HIV AND IT INFECTED AND KILLED PEOPLE. THE U.S. BANNED IT AND THEY SOLD IT TO EUROPE. IT’S A REAL SCANDAL LOOK IT UP ON YOUTUBE NEWS ARCHIVES.

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  • natbrain 2 years ago

    I’ve always said that humans don’t change. You go through human history and you find humans make the same mistakes and do the same things. For example they might jump headlong into a quarrel or war even though those things often don’t solve anything. Or a group, whether it be a nation or other organized group, will start off with solid principles but often later devolves into blind nationalism or legalism and cultish behavior. Other times you see a nation led by a poor leader, and despite the obvious immorality of the leader, the nation follows in the footsteps of its poor leader and perverts itself, seemingly never questioning its leader, because people are sheep (eg Israel in the Old Testament… or us now). These are constants in human history, whether in history books, or even in Biblical accounts. Because for all the advances that humans make technologically, scientifically, economically, culturally, or intellectually, none of those change the fundamental nature of the human heart. The human heart is by nature prideful, boastful, quick to anger, quick to speak, slow to listen, emotional, impulsive, and lacking in self control. Some have said those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Well, spoiler, humanity is doomed to repeat its mistakes, because its nature doesn’t change. Humanity cannot and will never fundamentally change its nature, and will never ultimately save itself, without some kind of Savior bailing it out.

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  • Castor Calle 2 years ago

    The only thing that history teach us, is that we never leern from hostory

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  • Jason Donovan 2 years ago

    Is it not funny that wearing a mask in public is “tyranny” and “bad for your health”but not wearing one during a medical procedure is a lawsuit, loss of license etc.

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  • T D 2 years ago

    But Wilson had a strong woman behind him who took over when he was bedridden during his time in office, Melania would just smother Donald with a pillow when the doctor left the room…

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  • jote diriba 2 years ago

    this evil minac Trump makes America a laughing stock around the globe.

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  • THE REAL VIRGO QUEEN 2 years ago

    It’s ok maybe some of those other countries they just have billions can bail us out 💯 Because 2000$ won’t get American’s very far

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  • K.G. Donathan 2 years ago

    Cinematic Parallels

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  • Emanuel P 2 years ago

    Except that the Spanish flu caused ~50 millions deaths. Taking in consideration the enormous population growth since then, by comparison hundreds times more people died. You can’t compare the two without mentioning that. I’m kind of lost for words, actually. Do you think we’re all _that_ stupid?

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  • Mr Mooler 2 years ago

    The Spanish flu most likely started in the USA. I could be wrong though. Either way calling a deadly disease after a country is maybe a bit unfair. I could be wrong though. Repeat.

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  • Mr. Boling _ 2 years ago

    I use Trevor’s hair as a barometer for the pandemic. It slowly got bigger and bigger as the virus got worse and worse. Now its shrunk down with the vaccine in circulation. Can’t wait for mid-January when it suddenly explodes into full 1970’s roller disco ‘fro when the virus cases inevitably spike.

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  • Parker Francis 2 years ago

    You’re asking Americans to learn from history and past mistakes? A country where you can buy a politician, open carry guns, be openly racist, still has the death penalty and elected a known con artist and repulsive liar as leader.

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  • Jim Bledsoe 2 years ago

    I’m pretty sure it’s all down to bad breath. The only reason I wouldn’t wanna wear a mask is if my breath is more lethal that the virus. 🤷🏼‍♂️

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  • julie mignard 2 years ago

    If history is going to continue to repeat, well, you remember what came after 1918, the roaring twenties. Then the depressed 30s, then a world war, and finally, the peaceful 50s. So, I guess we have thirty more years of excitement before China comes to the US and fixes everything up when they foreclose on all the loans.

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  • kd gc 2 years ago

    New Zealand – 5 million people wore a mask for 6 weeks and stayed home – now they get to RUN AROUND MASKLESS. merkans refuse to cooperate – even with themselves – they won’t wear a mask but they buckle up. Why can’t I choose to not wear a seatbelt? How many people would be alive if they weren’t stuck in them while their car is sinking?

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  • Racheal Lencier 2 years ago

    so whenever a crazy president takes over there is always going to be a global pandemic of a flu origin. got it American presidents who are racist plus crazy are harbingers of deadly airborne diseases

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  • Miss Nobody 2 years ago

    Bring back the afroo!

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  • Emanuel P 2 years ago

    There is only a wee bit of research that slightly suggests masks might have helped in 1918. The majority of studies suggest they had no effect, because the masks back then where gauze, with big holes in them, and they wore them outside instead of inside. You don’t have to lie to advocate for masks usage. Our masks today aren’t comparable to that and are effective.

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  • Jesus Christ Is Righteous 2 years ago

    U better Repent Acts 2:38

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