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  1. Im going to take a long long nap. That first story left me kinda exhausted.
    Timecodes: Spring Break (00:08), Movies (3:26), TIA (7:40), Social Media (9:24), Prisons (12:19)

  2. As someone who grew up in the Denver area I am consistently aware of how vulnerable I am in a movie theater and would gladly rent a new release from home.

  3. Do you normally use that much handjestures when speaking to someone in person, good gosh that would be as irritating as when you do it in your videos.

  4. Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee Sen. Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma
    Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin
    Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma
    Sen. Mike Lee of Utah
    Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky
    Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska
    Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina. All voted no on stimulus bill…

  5. https://floridahealthcovid19.gov This website is pretty informative. Sending calming and peaceful thoughts to everyone during this stressful time; it’s going to be okay.

  6. Seriously people are complaining over 20$… 20 gets you a popcorn and two drinks 😂😂 America home of the cheapasses and hoarders

  7. One day these young people who are acting like older people are disposable won't be so young anymore. We shall see how they feel about that kind of behavior then.

  8. I always wanted to watch Theatrical releases at my casa! The price should not be anymore than an adult ticket. I just hope that this is a great way to embrace the streaming market but these corporations can fuck it all up by over charging their possible buyers.

  9. Yes I would like that feature you mentioned movies online and I think 19.99 is right .. completely respect that. 30.00 is too much. It is hard for me to go to the movies anyways I have 3 daughter that are young, they enjoy movies but love to dance and sing so they dont like to sit down at the movies

  10. $20 for an at home 2-day rental is 100% worth it. While I love being in a theater and getting popcorn with my family, my parents typically spend about $50 for our five person family. 20 plus a cheap thing of popcorn and a 2L of soda? Sign me up

  11. Yes, I want all the shut down things to re-open so we can get coronavirus and damage Chinas reputation also my step dad is going on a plane to texas from Pennsylvania I hope he doesn't get sick at the airport😉

  12. All it took was a global pandemic before human rights were respected and people started looking out for each other. Weird how that works

  13. I don’t have the luxury of working from home. So if you are heading out and about please don’t be careless and try to be funny and cause someone to get sick.

  14. who the hell pays $20 for movie tickets? Especially when most theaters have some kind of discount day or matinee showings. At most, in my area, regular priced tickets are $10-$12, Not $20. Concessions should not count towards the cost of all that.

  15. I think it would be a nice option for movies on demand as well as in theaters, however, I do still love the move theater experience. I don’t go very often, because it is an expensive outing, but for movies I’m really excited about (most recently: end game, infinity war, frozen II, and I did also go and see Onward) I like to go to the theater and watch it there. It reminds me of Blockbuster closing due to streaming services, but hopefully if they do continue the on demand option for new movies the theater business won’t die as well.

  16. Personally, a movie theater visit is usually around $30 with Tix and candy purchase, it can easily get to $40 as well. So one purchase of $20 is pretty great!

  17. People get sick people die people die from AIDS more people die from aids then covid-19 The flu still killed more yeah let’s just listen to the government it’s not like they are hey look we care about u we are for the good of the people yeah I don’t trust people I don’t trust mankind I see people what they truly are co-opted and evil I don’t trust the Government because the government is well a set of people there the answer

  18. In Perth, Australia, most universities have made the move to go fully online and local bands are postponing shows. We are the most isolated city in the world and have 35 confirmed cases. This isn't about you not getting infected, it's about not infecting the population.

  19. I think $20 is totally reasonable! My husband and I would spend that going with just us. If it’s a family movie we have to buy 4 tickets so that price is amazing.

  20. I'm in Norway. Social events with more than 1000 people were banned on March 6th, it was cut to 500 March 8th, 100 March 9th and is now at less than 50 people. All schools closed last Friday, all sports have stopped- even if its just a regular yoga class- our borders are closed, only restaurants that feed people are allowed to do so (so no bars or clubs). per 100 000 people we have one of the highest numbers of people contaminated- and we are far from the peak of this thing.
    Starting in a month me and all my fellow people born in 2001 were gonna celebrate 13 years of school and our graduations with a 100 year old tradition of partying for a month. Our government has just told us no, all events have been cancelled and we are lucky if we even get to do our exams- it sucks but we are going along with it cause we are not fucking stupid, ALL OF THIS sucks by the way but it has to be done so fucking do it

  21. The people who are ignoring CDC guidelines are incredibly selfish and are literally risking other peoples' very lives. Anyone not following state or federal guidelines should be arrested and have their liberty taken away before they can literally KILL someone through their behavior. How can we even be hanging this discussion?!

  22. As someone who goes to the cinema like somebody religious would go to church,I wouldn't pay to see a new film at home. Let's say I could consider it though. The price should be equal or less to the movie ticket.

  23. So the Mail can carry the virus, so postal service workers are susceptible for carrying it? Sense the postal service is closed maybe on Sundays or non business days then maybe its already preventing the spread?

  24. Come to Manatee County, Anna maria Island Nothing is shut down here and it is clean and safe.

    #AnnaMariaisland Not everyone is staying home.

    SOAP AND WATER.

  25. Ever since the Dark Knight shooting, I’m terrified to go to the theater. I just cannot do it, so to have the option to rent at home would be perfect for someone like me.

  26. I like the $20 rental, it probably wont stick around long term because it would mean any movie released would instantly have a good bootleg copy.

  27. Jails and prisons aren’t ready for this virus, jails and prisons aren’t equipped to do anything but make people animals. Few very few come out better. Jails been passed needed to change but they haven’t before so they aren’t gonna change the system.

  28. The people on those beaches are selfish shitty People and not patriots, those older folks that will die from this are our/your family your neighbors your countrymen and if that doesn’t matter then none of us do

  29. A bunch of young people have died from this so you should probably stop spreading that myth! You're spreading MISINFORMATION! Young people can get Popcorn Lung from this! Obviously if you're not healthy it will be worse but it does affect Young People!

  30. I love watching a movie at home and if i love it enough ill go to the theatre with someone who hasn’t watched it for fun. Same with if its amazing i see it twice in theatres, so I don’t see this effecting them, i think they forget about the thousands of children in hospitals too sick to see a movie in theatres or moms with disabilities. I have a disability and my daughters been waiting to see trolls for ever I’m thrilled its comming to our safe home!!!

  31. I can’t believe I’ve been watching you for so many years that it just becomes a part of my life 😅 I appreciate your videos! They keep me up to date in a short period

  32. YES theatrical releases make sense in the home especially at $20 it’s such a great deal. The idea of going to the theatre is nostalgic but it’s become more annoying than anything just because of how inconsiderate people are now with phones

  33. TO the first story I have to say I'm really pissed off at these people. I'm a student and I'm sad that the rest of my semester is going online and I have to leave my dorm early. I'm sad that I just lost my job that I have to live with my parents and that I'm losing out on things like having my artwork in a gallery show. But I like everyone one else I know is having to suck it up because we understand that while people our age aren't high risk people like my parents are high risk, That classmates of mine who are high risk due to underlying health problems are high risk and its better to social distance and think about their safety then partying. Yes it sucks but fucking christ grow up and deal with it!

  34. Here's the important information…

    It spreads like the Flu… which cannot be contained. And there is no vaccine. So the only way this is resolved, is through natural herd immunity. Which, unfortunately requires that people get sick, in order to develop natural immunities after they recover.

    We cannot stop it. So we need to curb our emotional reactions, and stop getting angry at healthy people who don't isolate.

    As to the "flatten the curve" philosophy… it is misguided, and needs to be more nuanced.

    Flattening the curve is meant to prevent overloading hospitals all at once, and spread out the cases so that they can be handled at a better pace. But this does not require every demographic to isolate.

    The only people that should be isolating is the elderly, the immunocompromised, people that aren't healthy, and healthy people that must be in frequent contact with the aforementioned individuals. These are the cases that would end up needing hospitalization… so these are the cases that the curve needs to be flattened for.

    Healthy people that don't have frequent contact with at risk individuals… should not be isolating… because they will be most effective when they are immune… which means they must get sick and recover. And this needs to happen as quickly as possible. Instructing those people to isolate only slows the inevitable, without having a significant impact on flattening the curve of hospitalization cases. And what little they do impact the curve… it is worth the risk in order to get herd immunity sooner. It will also decrease the negative impact on economies that are already going to be severely impacted.

    And for those that feel there are too many people, in that scenario, that aren't isolating. Think about the exceptions I mentioned… that is a huge portion of the population anyway. Anyone that is elderly, anyone that is unhealthy, anyone that is obese, anyone that is immunocompromised, anyone that cares for those people, anyone in the medical fields, doctors nurses, hospital workers, clinic workers, nursing home workers… plenty of people should isolate.

    But the healthy that don't happen to fall under those categories… should keep calm, and carry on… as the Brits say.

  35. Here's the important information…

    It spreads like the Flu… which cannot be contained. And there is no vaccine. So the only way this is resolved, is through natural herd immunity. Which, unfortunately requires that people get sick, in order to develop natural immunities after they recover.

    We cannot stop it. So we need to curb our emotional reactions, and stop getting angry at healthy people who don't isolate.

    As to the "flatten the curve" philosophy… it is misguided, and needs to be more nuanced.

    Flattening the curve is meant to prevent overloading hospitals all at once, and spread out the cases so that they can be handled at a better pace. But this does not require every demographic to isolate.

    The only people that should be isolating is the elderly, the immunocompromised, people that aren't healthy, and healthy people that must be in frequent contact with the aforementioned individuals. These are the cases that would end up needing hospitalization… so these are the cases that the curve needs to be flattened for.

    Healthy people that don't have frequent contact with at risk individuals… should not be isolating… because they will be most effective when they are immune… which means they must get sick and recover. And this needs to happen as quickly as possible. Instructing those people to isolate only slows the inevitable, without having a significant impact on flattening the curve of hospitalization cases. And what little they do impact the curve… it is worth the risk in order to get herd immunity sooner. It will also decrease the negative impact on economies that are already going to be severely impacted.

    And for those that feel there are too many people, in that scenario, that aren't isolating. Think about the exceptions I mentioned… that is a huge portion of the population anyway. Anyone that is elderly, anyone that is unhealthy, anyone that is obese, anyone that is immunocompromised, anyone that cares for those people, anyone in the medical fields, doctors nurses, hospital workers, clinic workers, nursing home workers… plenty of people should isolate.

    But the healthy that don't happen to fall under those categories… should keep calm, and carry on… as the Brits say.

  36. Honestly there are some movies I want to see but I keep missing them in cinema (limited viewings in English, where I live) or don't want to watch them there for other reasons. A movie ticket here is 7-21 bucks depending on time/day/week/popularity/format. I'd be perfectly fine to rent a movie for 20 bucks while it's still in theatres, if that means I can watch it comfortable at home in my PJs, and with as many pee breaks as I want.

  37. Seriously infuriates me when people can't delay their plans for a few weeks; just you aren't part of the vulnerable bracket doesn't mean that you won't affect someone else's livelihood.

  38. I went to Vegas Sunday anyways. Was fun until yesterday when they forced the city to shut down. Still has a great time

  39. If they call their parents and Grandparents instead of seeing them in person, let them have fun. And wash their hands.

  40. On in home streaming of new release films, I'd say given that it's one payment for possibly multiple views, I'd be fine if it cost $30 or $40 dollars because I'd usually be trying to watch with 4-6 people. With it at $20, I'll probably end up watching movies I wouldn't normally watch because that's SOOO freaking cheap.

  41. People complaining about the rental fee for movies are people who more than likely dont even go to theaters where you already spend almost 20$ etc for the ticket and food.. people again finding ways to cry about things.

  42. This is control conditioning. The data numbers are lies. The severity are lies. The old and immune compromised have ALWAYS been at risk even for the common cold. I don't buy this shit one second.

  43. Some people are just inconsiderate, and do not care about the well being of other people's well being or safety!!!

  44. I used to go to South Padre for 10 days every 3 months for vacation and all that is on your mind while you are there and you are young and indestructable is your own happiness, partying, and you do not really think about or usually care what it really costs in the long run, believe me I know!!!

  45. I've always believed one of the final steps of growing up for some people is learning to think of somebody other than themselves for even two seconds. 🙄

  46. Prisons are indeed big trouble. There are a handful of cases in China, each with hundreds of prisoners infected. The government had to forbid almost all prison staff from contacting outside world nation wide, they are more or less prisoners too.

  47. so new data is actually showing that there are more young people in hospitals right now than older people. and they are young people who have no prior conditions. so that old data is now a myth. everyone is at risk. sure a young person could probably survive however surviving doesnt mean you go back to perfect health. a lot of people end up with lung damage, respiratory damage and more. people need to start taking this more seriously and realize its not some joke. 430 people died in italy yesterday. and over 2,000 have died in italy total.

  48. It's amazing how fast those European leaders can abandon their open boarders policies when it will affect them personally, but when it affects the public they just ignore them.

  49. As someone who never goes to the theater and occasionally rents on demand, I think this is a good plan. I think 20$ is steep but fair, it's less than you'd spend on 2 adult tickets… but you don't have that 'theater' experience (or theater popcorn). Personally I would not pay 20 dollars just to see a movie earlier, I'm not cheap but I am patient and the extra 15 bucks isn't worth it to me.

  50. though it's not pc, it would be efficient for society if all the boomers and older just offed. they have had their time, and it frees up social security etc.

  51. I mean I pay 25$ per month to be able to see 3 movies per week for free at AMC theaters sooo, 25$/month for 12 free movies? Lol.

  52. vod or online releases simultaneous with the theatrical for that mater are something that I've been personally craving for a long time. 20$ is a lot for a 48h rent but if you normally go an watch it in a group of like 4 ppl, that praise is reasonable imo. 5$ is equivalent to what one would pay for a discounted (student) theater ticket where I live. it's getting expensive if you're gonna watch it alone.

  53. Who in the hell is complaining of paying $19.99 for a new movie rental @ home? If you add up the cost to go to the actual movies it is way more expensive. You have no financial sense.

  54. you don't have to believe me but you could go on the CDC website and look up the swine flu compare it to the coronavirus and ask yourself why haven't we done this since October and I am a person with lupus and asthma and I'm still going outside chilling this is nothing but the dollar going to trash and everybody's going to be a dumbass slave

  55. The Spring Breakers really irritate me. I’m sorry they feel robbed. But like you said so are other people. I will most likely not get my bridal shower, bachelorette party, or even my wedding. (I will get married whenever and wherever no matter what of course) All if these big moments in my life will most likely not only be put on hold but have to be canceled. Talk about feeling robbed of an experience, but unselfishly I know how important it is.

  56. I'm not saying the coronavirus can't kill people which the common cold is a strand of coronavirus and MRSA and Sras.people should always take care of themselves have good hygiene and on top of that washing your hands all day long is not good there are certain bacteria that are good for your body please just do the work and research

  57. Honestly? If at home rentals of newly released movies were similar in price to the cost of a ticket wouldn't the income be the same? I'm not sure really since I don't study or look into economic stuff. But releasing new movies online could also be a way to get around lower ticket prices at different theaters. Like my local theater charges, I think, 9 dollars for an adult ticket or something like that. So if they charge 20 to rent it online that's 11 dollars in profit isn't it?

  58. Be prepared be kind and keep calm but mostly help others 🕊️💫💜💙💚 if you need to relax laugh or enjoy nature and sky pip over and say hi, yes you reading now 🕊️💫💙

  59. I’d love the immediate stream release. I’m immunocompromized and chronically ill and often can’t get out to go see a movie in a theatrical run. But then I get spoiled to Hell because of the long wait and “you shoulda seen it by now if you care!!!!” There’s not really been anything to do about it, so why complain? But it would really be a useful thing for movies I’m invested in and don’t want to be spoiled for. I’d say $25 for a 48 hour rental would be my cutoff point. I usually go with my dad or him and my brother.

  60. When we go to the movie it normally costs us 40$ since I have a family, so the 20$ for the rental is pretty decent. Not to mention you can pause the movie and watch in comfort.

  61. HERE ME OUT!

    At first I was angry about school moving spring break up from April to March 15th. I felt it was unfair because the school system knew students would be quarantined in March. Therefore, they would rather us lose our vacation break than any school days. They did it purpose, knowing we'd lose our break and seemed like they didn't care that students had already made plans for April. Which rightfully made students mad.

    But I understand why we are being quarantined and I will comply. My parents are both in thier late 50's and those people not listening to the quarantin should be fined for endangering others lives.

    ALSO, for colleges, many are not refunding students for the meals or boarding fees they paid for this semester. MaryBalwin University, for example, students got back from spring break on March 15th but on the 16th or 17th made a final decision to cancel classles for the whole spring semester. Students all have to go home and do online classes. My firend asked about a refund for Meals and boarding for the rest of the semester. Rightly so since she won't be living or eating on campus and she already paid for the whole semster. They said NO! She then went back later and asked if what she paided for and didn't use will apply to the fall semester. They had the nerve to say NO again!

    That's so wrong.

    I want to know if other college students are facing the same problem!

  62. So why exactly can Facebook vet fake information and exploitative postings coming from politicians for this but not for political campaigns, hmm? smh

  63. To all the people that say it's an overblown flu: this is an extremely infectious virus. That is what's so special about it. It's STUPID EASY to get infected. Now, if all of you get sick at the same time, there isn't enough healthcare infrastructure to take care of you. So have fun raging against the healthcare system, blocking it with perfectly avoidable 'flu' and see people not get the care they need for every other illness and accident that, in case you forgot, won't be put on hold 'just because' of the pandemic. Peace.

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