The Daily Populous

Thursday April 2nd, 2020 evening edition

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Instead, the incompetent are often blessed with an inappropriate confidence, buoyed by something that feels to them like knowledge.

Americans have already died because of Trump's false claims about the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Several weeks ago, Donald Trump visited the headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control where he made this astonishing claim:.

Trump also believes himself to be an expert on the types of medical equipment needed to fight the novel coronavirus.

Medical professionals know what the novel coronavirus is and have been warning the Trump administration about the threat for months.

Donald Trump has evidently made decisions about which Americans should live and which should die based on their perceived partisan loyalty.

The murderer's soul is blind, and there is no true goodness or fine love without the greatest possible degree of clear-sightedness. »

Shenzhen becomes first city in China to ban consumption of cats and dogs

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Shenzhen, located in the southern Guangdong province, became the first city in China to ban the consumption of cats and dogs this week.

The order is part of a new legislation titled 'Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Regulations on the Comprehensive Ban on Wild Animals', passed by the Shenzhen Municipal Peoples Congress.

(1) National key protected wild animals and other terrestrial wild animals that naturally grow and reproduce in the wild environment;. »

Pastor sorry after service caused wave of coronavirus infections

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Thiebault Geyer said he wanted to say “sorry to God for my selfishness” after officials confirmed that around 2,500 of his parishioners have contracted coronavirus.

Pastor Geyer admitted he had not taken its threat seriously enough.

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5 Things You Never Knew About Castlevania

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If you tally up every version of every game in the franchise, the numbers become truly mind-boggling.

In 1988, Nintendo of America had some pretty strict policies about what they’d allow to be depicted in their games.

Back in 1986, all game designers working for Konami were forbidden to attach their actual name to any project. »