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I get what you are saying

and understand it completely, which is why many people who have at risk situations in their households and/or within their families will likely choose not to participate in such events. That being said, I think we understand the risk factors well enough to determine that shutting down life as we know it, because a few meat heads may not take precautions, isn't a realistic expectation either. For a large portion of the population, this virus is just a strong cold.

As it pertains to CSU sporting events, if Joe Parker wanted to move forward with no fans allowed, that's obviously his prerogative. I wouldn't be happy about it, but would certainly understand because as you said, there really isn't a way to make sure that everyone complies with rules. I don't however, believe that sporting events should be cancelled entirely. I think the more "normalcy" that returns to life, the better for everyone.
[Post edited by RambleOn at 06/29/2020 2:43PM]

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Posted: 06/29/2020 at 2:42PM


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It’s Let’s Talk About CSU Football Day -- NedHead 06/28/2020 5:33PM
  Not sure how to phrase this -- SappBVP 06/29/2020 2:22PM
  Extremely well thought out and stated! ** -- ramdom 06/29/2020 11:33PM
  I get what you are saying -- RambleOn 06/29/2020 2:42PM

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