Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for March 16th, 2020

BONER CANDIDATE #1: HEY NUNES, WHY DON’T YOU GO SOMEWHERE CROWDED?

Rep. Devin Nunes of California urged Americans to go out and visit bars and restaurants on Sunday, amid mounting calls by experts for people to avoid public gatherings to avoid spreading coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19. In an appearance on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures , Nunes told that people should “stop panicking here.” He was concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic could harm the economy, “because people are scared to go out.” “But I just want to say, one of the things you can do: if you’re healthy, you and your family, it’s a great time to go out and go to a local restaurant, likely you can get in easy,” said Nunes. “Let’s not hurt the working people in this country that are relying on wages and tips to keep their small business going… Don’t just run to the grocery store and buy $4,000 of food. Go to your local pub.”   Read More

BONER CANDIDATE #2: DID THEY AT LEAST PASS OUT GREEN HAND SANITIZER?

Four dozen deaths and more than 2,000 coronavirus infections throughout 49 states were not enough to deter St. Patrick’s Day party-goers from flocking together for large public gatherings on Saturday in defiance of guidelines from public officials hoping to stop the spread of a pandemic. Nor were warnings from health officials that the novel coronavirus could wipe out many of the most vulnerable members of the population. “I’m not about to put my life on hold because this is going around,” one reveler, identified as a nurse from Colorado, told The Chicago Sun Times. “I’m being careful, I’ve got my hand sanitizer, and I’m washing my hands,” Kyle Thomas was quoted as saying. While Chicago and many other cities canceled their annual St. Patrick’s Day parades in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus, many privately organized events and pub crawls went ahead as planned—with revelers apparently indifferent to or disdainful of authorities’ pleas to avoid crowded gatherings that could send infection rates soaring and cost lives.   Read More


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