I don't think you understand. The government won't allow them to play. School is way more important than baseball. They could play in the Domincan Republic or Mexico. But I doubt the players would want to go to third world countries.
I just finished Erik Larson’s latest book, The Splendid and the Vile. It covers the first year of Churchill’s time as Prime Minister in WWII, during which the British pulled off a miraculous escape from Dunkirk, Britain endured 8 months of near-nightly bombing raids, and the US passed the Lend-Lease Act as FDR’s response to Churchill’s pleas for weapons and munitions. The book is centered around Churchill but also has detailed accounts of others in his family, various key advisors, and various figures in the US and Germany. As usual, it’s a stellar narrative by Larson that reads like a serial action story.
It’s a really good time to read a book like this, remembering the past sacrifices people made and hardships entire countries have had to endure, and yet emerged from. I’m starting a new book, Last Hope Island, that focuses on the contributions made by some of the smaller European nations during WWII, including a number of government leaders who had taken refuge in London while still resisting the Germans after their countries were overrun (hence, the title of the book).
Definitely more then the flu. The damage to the lungs is alarming. Seems to act like more then just a virus in the 5% who get it real bad.
From my friend in his 50's. He is not even in the hospital but at home.
Im willing to look into sharing my immunity (once I survive).
I im 9 days into exposure.
Thank god lungs are clear. Breathing is strong. Dealing with 20% normal energy. No appetite. Lost 9 pounds so far.
Fever ranging from 101 - 103.
Fun. Fun. Fun.