The Daily Populous

Saturday October 17th, 2020 night edition

image for The U.S. was the world's best prepared nation to confront a pandemic. How did it spiral to 'almost inconceivable' failure?

But the president never mentioned the report’s ominous central finding: “No country is fully prepared for epidemics or pandemics.

With its pandemic playbook, "The U.S. was very well prepared," said Eric Toner, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.

We ended up being the best prepared and having one of the worst outcomes.”.

In disasters, Americans have grown accustomed to looking down with pity at other countries that have fared worse and need our help.

We ended up being the best prepared and having one of the worst outcomes.

"This administration's early and decisive action has saved millions of lives," the spokesperson said, adding, "Dr. Fauci testified to this before Congress.".

In the rankings for pandemic readiness cited by Trump, Thailand, South Korea and Vietnam had finished 6th, 9th and 50th, respectively. »

Andy Samberg, Common, Craig Robinson to Star in Comedy ‘Super High’

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Craig Robinson, Andy Samberg and Common are producing and starring in the action-comedy “Super High” at New Line Cinema.

“Super High” is being described as a superhero movie where smoking a special strain of weed gives superpowers to the smoker.

Producers for “Super High” are Party Over Here, 3 Arts and Narrative alongside stars Samberg, Robinson and Common. »

New research could help millions who suffer from ‘ringing in the ears’

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They also found that therapeutic effects can be sustained for up to 12 months post-treatment.

The findings could potentially help millions of people since tinnitus affects about 10 to 15 percent of the population worldwide.

The research was published as the cover story of Science Translational Medicine, an interdisciplinary medical journal by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). »

Metta World Peace smoked ‘10 blunts’ to celebrate Lakers’ NBA title

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When LeBron James helped the Lakers win their record-tying 17th NBA championship, the former St. John’s star — now known as Metta Sandiford-Artest — felt another high.

“I was just home and sparked a blunt,” Sandiford-Artest — most recently known as Metta World Peace before changing his name again after marrying Maya Sandiford — told USA TODAY Sports.

He never passes me the ball,” Artest said after that game — the 40-year-old knew he would celebrate a Lakers title this year. »