Another shooting involving a black man, Jacob Blake in Wisconsin. Shot while trying to pull something out of his car after he was repeatedly told not to. I’m assuming that he may not have had a gun but there really is no telling.

This after they Freak out about a black man getting shot while running away with a taser stolen off a police officer.

There is just no respect of authority being shown at all in both these cases.

Multiple sporting events are being boycotted in order to protest the action of these officers protecting themselves and the communities they are in. I find it more than tiresome.

Seems they might think that giving people with covid some plasma from a person that has recovered and have the anti-bodies can improve their chances of living ing.

The FDA has allowed use.

https://www.fda.gov/vaccines-blood-biologics/investigational-new-drug-ind-or-device-exemption-ide-process-cber/recommendations-investigational-covid-19-convalescent-plasma

I noticed a couple of days ago that the caterpillars on the parsley plants had decreased to one. There were two then one and yesterday the second one disappeared as well, not sure if they became some food or if they are off to become Black Swallowtails

They had arrived about a week or two ago. About 4-5 of them and then only two.

Someone was telling me that apple may have a stock split, they also mentioned that Tesla was going to split, looked that up and they are talking about a 5-1 split, stock is around $1500 a share at this point. As far as Apple goes, it’s a 4-1 split planed for August 31, 2020.

Talked to Brian about Apple and he says they are moving all the IMacs and MacBooks to ARM processors in the future, he doesn’t like it. Says software support for many applications could or would go away. Not sure about that myself.

Interesting

Interesting, Someone posted on Instagram a picture of trumps Twitter saying something about that people don’t have to worry about low income housing in their neighborhoods anymore. They said that that was a racist statement. What’s interesting is to me the fact that they assumed that low Income housing meant Black people so they were actually being racist not Trump.

I also found out the the Suwannee Beerfest is canceled, the City of Suwannee has decided to halt all events until after September, then at that time I’m sure they will have another reason to F*** things up. People are scared of their shadows right now.

Due to the influx of COVID cases here in Georgia, the City of Suwanee has elected to cancel all events through September, including this year’s Suwanee Beer Fest. We are incredibly disappointed by the news, but understand that the safety of all attendees, vendors, volunteers and the community at large is paramount. And while COVID may take away our festival, it’ll never take away our love for beer! That’s why we’ve decided to keep the party going until we can all be together again on March 20, 2021!
We’ve provided a few options for you regarding your 2020 Suwanee Beer Fest tickets:

Option #1: Transfer your ticket to next year.
Transfer your ticket to the 2021 festival and have peace of mind knowing you have secured your spot to attend the biggest and best beer fest in the Southeast. 

Option #2: Donate $25 and receive a t-shirt.
For those who elect to transfer their ticket to 2021 or get a full refund, you may still choose to donate $25 to help Suwanee Beer Fest through this unexpected financial challenge In return, you will receive a 2020 festival T-shirt. A portion of these proceeds will be donated to Cooper’s Crew.

Option #3: Opt for a refund.
Option #4 is going to hurt, but we understand it’s tough out there. You can elect to receive a full refund by via the link below. Refunds must be requested before August 20th.

Option #4: Trade your ticketin for an exclusive 2020 Suwanee Beer Fest F*ck Covid Passport.
We have partnered with Georgia breweries to provide one free beer of their choice to passport holders who visit their taproom. This adds up to more than $60 of free beer! You’ll also receive a 2020 swag pack with a Suwanee Beer Fest T-shirt, a commemorative 5 oz. tasting glass, and a brew caddy that can be used to hold your beer at next year’s festival! PLUS, everyone who completes the passport will receive a special gift at the 2021 festival! The passports are good through March 20, 2021. Breweries to be announced.
 
MORE INFOVIP: If you are a VIP ticket holder, you get both option 1 and 4 — you can transfer your ticket to next year and also receive the F*ck Covid Passport and swag pack.

Please note: You must choose your option before August 20, 2020!
CHOOSE YOUR OPTION!We want to take this time to thank you, the attendees, for your continued support of Suwanee Beer Fest. We know these aren’t ideal circumstances, and we greatly appreciate your understanding. And to our vendors, sponsors, and Georgia breweries, we look forward to sharing a beer with you all at next year’s festival. Stay safe, everyone!For more detailed information, visit our blog.READ MORE
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Major trading data and key economic statistics since Donald Trump was elected
U.S. President.

Thursday, Jul 09, 2020


U.S. Equities – Size
Since
Election Since
Index Current 1-Day Day Inauguration

S&P 500 3169.94 +0.78% +48.16% +40.03%
S&P Midcap 400 1774.86 +0.68% +17.28% +6.44%
S&P Smallcap 600 818.56 +0.41% +12.74% -0.66%


U.S. Equities – S&P Sectors
Since
Election Since
Index Current 1-Day Day Inauguration

Financials 385.14 +1.05% +16.09% +0.71%
Semi-Cond & Semi-Cond Eqpt 1382.53 +1.41% +41.22% +97.93%
Pharm Biotech & Life Sci’s 1016.17 -0.05% +40.98% +38.29%
Health Care Providers 975.69 -0.30% +59.89% +46.62%
Energy 275.17 -0.11% -46.10% -49.47%
Industrials 579.78 -0.03% +15.31% +5.95%
Aerospace & Defense 976.53 -0.21% +22.57% +12.69%
Retail Select 4595.43 +1.20% +6.11% +1.75%
Consumer Staples 612.46 -0.21% +13.27% +14.32%


Global Equity Benchmark Indexes
Since
Election Since
Index Current 1-Day Day Inauguration

DJIA (U.S.) 26067.28 +0.68% +42.19% +32.10%
Nasdaq (U.S.) 10492.50 +1.44% +102.03% +89.39%
IPC All-Share (Mexico) 37483.88 -0.93% -22.67% -18.98%
S&P/TSX Comp 15629.19 +0.22% -2.96% +1.42%
Shanghai Comp (China) 3450.59 +1.39% +9.62% +11.26%
RTS (Russia) 1248.73 +0.26% +28.38% +9.86%


Currencies
Since
Election Since
Index/Currency Pair Current 1-Day Day Inauguration

WSJ U.S. Dollar Index 90.70 -0.14% +3.06% -1.22%
USD/MXN 22.56 -0.49% +23.12% +2.78%
USD/CAD 1.35 -0.09% +6.07% +1.38%
USD/CNY 6.99 -0.26% +2.97% +1.66%
USD/RUB 70.58 -0.84% +10.67% +18.24%


Commodities
Since
Election Since
Commodity Current 1-Day Day Inauguration

WTI Crude Oil ($/bbl) 40.81 -0.22% -9.27% -20.56%
Soybeans ($/bbl) 905.50 +0.92% -9.31% -15.18%
Corn (¢/bushel) 352.25 +1.73% +1.15%
-4.73%
Gold ($/troy oz) 1814.80 -0.32% +42.39% +51.04%
Copper ($/lb) 2.87 +1.49% +20.42% +9.79%
HRC Steel ($/short ton) 484.00 -0.82% -23.54% -18.66%


U.S. Economy
Pre- Next
Election 2016 Release
Indicators Current Average Average Date

GDP (Q/Q) -1.3% (Q1) 0.41% 0.47% July 30
Unemployment Rate 11.1% (Jun) 4.91% 4.85% Aug 07
Labor Participation Rate 61.5% (Jun) 62.77% 62.77% Aug 07
CPI (Y/Y) 0.2% (May) 1.05% 1.27% July 14
PPI (Y/Y) -0.8% (May) -0.01% 0.43% July 10
PMI (Chicago) 36.6 (Jun) 51.31 53.08 July 31
Consumer Sent. (U.Mich) 78.1 (Jun) 91.17 91.84 July 17
Retail Sales (Y/Y) -6.1% (May) 2.72% 3.02% July 16
Fed Funds Target Rate 0.00-0.25%% 0.22%-0.47% 0.26%-0.51% July
29
Trade Balance ($ Billions)
Pre- Next
Election 2016 Release
U.S. with… Current Average Average Date

Mexico -4.5 (May) -5.2 -5.3 Aug 05
Canada -1.0 (May) -0.7 -0.9 Aug 05
China -27.0 (May) -29.0 -28.9 Aug 05
Russia -0.7 (May) -0.6 -0.7 Aug 05


NOTE 1: Pre-election averages are calculated by taking the average 12 months
(Nov 2015 – Oct 2016) or 4 quarters (Q4 2015 – Q3 2016) prior to election.

NOTE 2: U.S. equity data are as of the prior trading day. Shanghai Composite
data are as of that day’s close. Currency data are near real time. Commodity
and Russia RTS data are delayed by at least 15 minutes.


Sources: Dow Jones Market Data Group , FactSet



(END) Dow Jones Newswires
07-09-20 0847ET
Copyright (c) 2020 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

racism[ rey-siz-uh m ]
SEE SYNONYMS FOR racism ON THESAURUS.COM
noun
a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human racial groups determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to dominate others or that a particular racial group is inferior to the others.
a policy, system of government, etc., based upon or fostering such a doctrine; discrimination.
hatred or intolerance of another race or other races.

You shouldn’t be re-defining something just to make your point, create another word.

WTH, Atlanta sheriff resigns, cop fired.

The dude was told he was being arrested for being drunk, not sure he should hav been, since he wasn’t driving at the time but then he resisted arrest and stole the police officer’s taser and ran, shooting the taser behind him. Then cop then pulled his weapon and shot him three times, they are trained to do that.

Why did he run? Why did the drunk guy react that way, if he hadn’t done that he would be alive today.

The radishes are growing I kind of think I’m a little bit trying to move and re-plant some I’m not sure how well that’ll work out.t

Couple of the strawberries are getting read and write but there’s a lot of small ones right now. Granddaughter was trying to pick a few I think or at least pinching them. Maybe I need to make sure I keep an eye on her a little more.

The herbs are flourishing I got way too much basil and way too much dill. I need to get something to use that. I guess if I make spaghetti again that would be something I could use. I still would like to use a bunch of the Basil with the salmon with basil sauce.

I have some cilantro that’s coming up but it’s gonna be a while before anything we can do anything work. Going to have to have a tacos.

Wow I forgot to give you talked about the tomatoes or tomato seem to be doing really good place for seven or eight tomatoes one of them really big bird got to get all trading ride yet. Last stream the big tree is still doing really well I still have to keep watering it and there’s a lot of figs will just have to see how many of them actually right now we’re still rather small now.

Covid-19 today

Cases in the U.S.

Last updated on May 6, 2020

TOTAL CASES 1,193,813 22,303 New Cases*

TOTAL DEATHS 70,802 2,523 New Deaths*

  • *Compared to yesterday’s data 

Georgia Overall COVID-19 Status

Below you will find information on the total number tested/screened in the State of GA, total confirmed COVID-19 cases (tested positive), ICU admissions, hospitalizations, and deaths attributed to COVID-19. These data are based on available information at the time of the report and may not reflect current case status.

Total Tests* 204,137

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases** 30,738

ICU Admissions*** 1,352

Hospitalizations 5,788

Deaths** 1,327

** Note: The time series charts below for cases and deaths or cumulative cases and deaths may not include data with missing dates or invalid dates, so the totals may not match the above totals.

*** These data only include ICU admission information at the time the case is reported to GA DPH and could be underreported.

81 403  

Covid-19 Today

Cases in the U.S.

Last updated on May 5, 2020

TOTAL CASES 1,171,510 19,138 New Cases*

TOTAL DEATHS 68,279 823 New Deaths*

  • *Compared to yesterday’s data

Georgia Overall COVID-19 Status

Below you will find information on the total number tested/screened in the State of GA, total confirmed COVID-19 cases (tested positive), ICU admissions, hospitalizations, and deaths attributed to COVID-19. These data are based on available information at the time of the report and may not reflect current case status.

Total Tests* 200,814

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases** 29,905

ICU Admissions*** 1,322

Hospitalizations 5,658

Deaths** 1,295

** Note: The time series charts below for cases and deaths or cumulative cases and deaths may not include data with missing dates or invalid dates, so the totals may not match the above totals.

*** These data only include ICU admission information at the time the case is reported to GA DPH and could be underreported.

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Covid-19 Today

Last updated on May 3, 2020

TOTAL CASES
1,122,486
29,671 New Cases*
TOTAL DEATHS
65,735
1,452 New Deaths*
*Compared to yesterday’s data

Georgia Overall COVID-19 Status

Below you will find information on the total number tested/screened in the State of GA, total confirmed COVID-19 cases (tested positive), ICU admissions, hospitalizations, and deaths attributed to COVID-19. These data are based on available information at the time of the report and may not reflect current case status.

Total Tests* 174,800

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases** 28,489

ICU Admissions*** 1,248

Hospitalizations 5,388

Deaths** 1,174

** Note: The time series charts below for cases and deaths or cumulative cases and deaths may not include data with missing dates or invalid dates, so the totals may not match the above totals.

*** These data only include ICU admission information at the time the case is reported to GA DPH and could be underreported.

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