Category: Health – Coronavirus 2020 (Page 1 of 2)

Trump’s Predictions That COVID-19 Will Disappear

March 6: “It’ll go away.”
March 10: “Just stay calm. It will go away.”
March 12: “It’s going to go away.”
March 30: “It will go away. You know it — you know it is going away, and it will go away, and we’re going to have a great victory.”
March 31: “It’s going to go away, hopefully at the end of the month. And, if not, hopefully it will be soon after that.”
April 3: “It is going to go away… It’s going — I didn’t say a date. … I said ‘it’s going away,’ and it is going away.”
April 7: “It did go — it will go away.”
May 15: “It’ll go away — at some point, it’ll go away.”
June 15: “At some point, this stuff goes away. And it’s going away.”
July 19: “I will be right eventually. You know, I said, ‘It’s going to disappear.’ I’ll say it again.”
Aug. 5: “This thing’s going away. It will go away like things go away.”
Aug. 31: “It’s going to go away.”
Sept. 15: “It is going away. And it’s probably going to go away now a lot faster because of the vaccines.”
Oct. 10: “It’s going to disappear; it isdisappearing.”
Oct. 24: “It is going away; it’s rounding the turn.”

“I’m Sorry” Cards

My family has been housebound for eight days. My wife and I have only left to go get groceries. We’re doing well, but sometimes I get on her nerves. I’ve made “I’m Sorry” cards to apologize for the following:

  • I didn’t organize the freezer well, and the door wouldn’t close all the way.
  • I didn’t empty the dishwasher, and we didn’t have any clean plates ready when it was time for dinner.
  • I wasted too much paper making “I’m Sorry” cards.

I made an “I’m Sorry” card template and print them out as needed. Feel free to take the image below to make your own “I’m Sorry” cards for those in your life that you are annoying.

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