Just showed this graph to someone for the first time. Don't think I did enough to prepare them for what they were about to see.
Can I please see a graph showing how many people have crossed the channel each day for the last couple of years because I’d like to compare it to a graph showing the number of people who’ve needlessly died from Covid due to the government’s ineptitude. Ta.
TUESDAY CO Hospitalizations are in... HEADLINE: "At some point the state must acknowledge it's doing better and, perhaps, consider the policy implications of that" 8/11: 184 COVID+ patients 8/10: 185 8/4: 202 Second, smaller, hump clear in below graph#9news #COVID19Colorado
Look at that graph. That catastrophe. How is it that the only US officials resigning are local public health officers hounded out of their jobs by mad denialists who say this isn't really happening?
We started our journey in this industry together...30 years ago.And I’ve seen your graph only grow from strength to strength.And as you are all set to mark your century with #TanhajiTheUnsungWarrior ,I wish you nothing but lots of love and luck.Shine on my friend @ajaydevgn
This graph might be the most damning data ever concerning Trump's leadership. We are a superpower, one of the richest countries in the world, with some of the best scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs, universities, army, government officials in the world. And yet ... this:
So far, Parkland is *not* fading from the news the way that mass shootings usually do. (The graph shows Google searches for the term "gun control".) The students speaking out makes a pretty big difference.