Time is not just relative, it gives a whole new perspective of things that wasn't there. Think of it as an ultimate test to determine whether stuff is legit or not. And while some things remain unchanged, like the world still hailing Keanu Reeves, others turn sour, like an acidic vinegar you’d never, ever dare to call wine.

This phenomenon is known as poorly aged things, which means they not only didn’t get better over time, they got way worse to the point of passing cringe or meeting regrets. So in order to see some of the best of the worst real-life examples, we took a visit to the “Poorly Aged Things” Twitter account that does precisely what it says: “showcases poorly-aged things and blinx.”

With 719.9K followers and counting, it offers some of the most remarkable examples of feeling remorse over something you were honestly proud of before. How did this 180° change happen? I told you, it’s all time’s fault.

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No.
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6 months ago

well, they were right about one thing

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Indra Servo
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6 months ago

It's started from a gorilla's death

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rosid rukmana
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6 months ago

Oh well....

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Part of the beauty (and the horror!) of the world we live in is that things are for the most part unforeseeable. I mean, nobody would have believed you if, back in 2018, you told us there was the greatest pandemic in modern history right around the corner that would forever change our lives as we were used to. But on 31 December 2019 (it’s hard to believe it was two years ago!) the coronavirus was first reported from Wuhan, China, from which it rapidly spread around the globe.

But what if we could have known it prior to the outbreak actually happening? Could we have changed the debilitating course of events that followed? The question may never have answers, but we can have a look at what it takes to make predictions about the future, and how accurate they actually are.

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No.
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6 months ago

but a new disease apeared out of nowhere and destroyed world peace

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Joran Quinten
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6 months ago

Isn't that the guy who invented some sorry of detective?

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Bellatrix Lestrange
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6 months ago

This has to be fake. I mean it's so accurate.

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If you've never heard of superforecasting, it’s the practice of prediction that covers everything from whether a currency will become stronger, one country will invade another, or there will be civil unrest in a city. Superforecasters calculate the probability of something happening and then adjust that as circumstances change. In this way, they’re able to come up with consistent predictions.

But it’s much more complex than that. According to Bloomberg, superforecasters did not accurately predict Brexit, putting the chances of a Leave vote at 23% in June 2016—the month of the referendum. Their predicted figure had been higher a few months previously but they had adjusted the likelihood downwards, reports the BBC.

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Michele Ferretto
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6 months ago

I look forward for the day in which "millions give up on" Daily Mail.

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MauKini
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6 months ago

Hahahaha.. God, they were so wrong!

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Michele Ferretto
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6 months ago

Sure!

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Being a superforecaster entails one quintessential personality trait, which is superior analytic ability. Philip Tetlock, the Leonore Annenberg University Professor in Democracy and Citizenship at the University of Pennsylvania, identified many people who could be turned into “superforecasters”—people whose analytic ability is considerably better than random people (or who, in financial analyst terms, “beat the market”).

It doesn’t mean trusting your gut is all there is, since analysts have to do many other things besides just forecast, but it surely helps, Philip argues. Other personality traits for a superforecaster include being intelligent, playing games and solving puzzles, being able to pragmatically use other people’s ideas, and being open-minded to new data which shows up.

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MauKini
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6 months ago

Ouch.. and its not too long ago.

François Carré
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6 months ago

Indeed, but remember this is from these strange 4 years when the USA were the absolute greatest country of the world in quite every topic.

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KatHat
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6 months ago

The US was very well prepared. The Obama administration left an entire playbook with steps on how to respond, and there were early warning systems set up across Asia. The T***p administration cancelled it all. Plus Jared Effing Kushner was put in charge of supply chain administration and literally had interns with Gmail accounts trying to contact firms in China to source PPE. All of them should be investigated and, depending on the evidence gathered, charged with manslaughter or negligent homicide.

ChickyChicky
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6 months ago

All of this right here. There were plans. There were smart people who, if followed, we could have less than half the deaths we have today. Our leaders didn't follow the preparation.

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Tequila4Two
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6 months ago

Preparation is one thing, but the execution of the plans is another.

Vicky Z
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6 months ago (edited)

I totally agree! USA is still more prepared than many in theory! The execution has to do with the leader though

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Indra Servo
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6 months ago

apparently, the type of leader is more important than how rich their countries are

Dynein
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6 months ago

An when you put it like that, it really does make sense. Having a plan and following through on the plan are two different things. You have to be willing to make the unpopular decisions for long-term benefit - allow the economy to take a major hit in favor of avoiding an even bigger hit later on. And you've got to be willing to make reasonable but maybe not ideal decisions fast rather than discuss the perfect solution for ages. If you can't do those things you're screwed, no matter how "prepared" you are.

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Michele Ferretto
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6 months ago

Rational people did this. And rational people couldn't imagine a pandemic would become a political OPINION.

Zaza
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6 months ago

Yea, we (The Netherlands) did terrible, because our prime minister and his "crew" are a bunch of degenerates and waited months to do anything at all and close to a year before they took proper measures. God how I hate that guy. Hated him with a passion for many years and now he's proven me right (again). He's a douchenozzle, doesn't know jack s**t and doesn't care about anyone but himself

Angrywolf
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6 months ago

As a fellow Dutchy i fully agree with you Zaza, Rutte and de Jonge totally f*cked it up!

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Vicky Z
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6 months ago

But then trump happened and oh s**t

Kim Bush
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6 months ago

Not even Nostradamus could have predicted him.... Or did he?

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Corey Brown
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6 months ago

Might have been true, if the moron known as trump had not dismantled the pandemic team, or if we had a real leader

Joaquin Casanova
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6 months ago

The only country in yellow that I think did well is Australia

Lorraine R
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6 months ago

New Zealand is orange but didn't they do very well?

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Debbie Burton
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6 months ago

Australia was well prepared.... or we took the right precautions

Beans
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6 months ago

Dunno the premier of WA did a decent job (except the hotel thing) and I think NT and TAS did ok but imo some states did worse, like that VICi spike and Scomo is just bumbling to me.

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Angrywolf
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6 months ago

As a Dutch person i can say, We were NOT prepared!! Our prime minister Rutte and his right hand De Jonge made a total mess of it, They did so many things wrong its appalling,

Xylle Flora
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6 months ago

Didn't the Netherlands have a news broadcast where it said that if you had the vaccine you couldn't transmit the virus? That was dumb.

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Andrew Robertson
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6 months ago

To be fair, the US was extremely well prepared for the pandemic. It was just that no one expected their president to deny there was a pandemic.

tomruns12
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6 months ago

What we weren't prepared for was having a retarded president that values money and power over people.

thepinkrobot
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6 months ago

The US may have been prepared when Obama put the epidemic team together but then Trump disbanded them after taking office... sooooo

Marilyn Ransberry
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6 months ago

A LOT depended on who was at the helm. Trump, Johnson...

John L
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6 months ago

To be fair, we were prepared and Trump literally dismantled all those preparations, because...Obama...

wiesenleger
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6 months ago

they were. they just didnt follow through with a douchebag as a president.

Thorfin Wolfsbane
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6 months ago

It all depends on how incompetent the leaders of said country are. I'm guessing leaders who hate science wasn't a factor in this assessment.

Mikhael Barreto
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6 months ago

Yeah. Just look who was leading the US and is currently leading Brazil and India... -_-

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anarkzie
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6 months ago

Obama was like I"'m going to put together an emergency plan just in case there is a pandemic". Trump's first day in office, "we won't be needing that".

Ray Martin
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6 months ago

Apparently Greenland had no importance at that time, because Trump hadn't offered to buy it yet.

Daria B
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6 months ago

Now that we know the character of an epidemic and how it spreads, seeing yellow S. Korea right under red N. Korea and next to orange Japan and China..... It feels like the one kid who does most of the work in a team project. (Btw, no politics intended here, just a joke on the aesthetics of the given image)

Emowan
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6 months ago

At least they got Australia right?

Sam Chilton
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6 months ago

It's not just the leader, it's how the general populace views common sense and respects its enforcement. Culture plays a big part.

Evil Little Thing
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6 months ago

If their leader had told them to wear masks and wait it out in their apocalypse bunkers, Trumpers would have a totally different culture.

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Riley Reynolds
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6 months ago

Hah amarica should be red lol 😂

tuzdayschild
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6 months ago

I think we were fairly well prepared until our president systematically revoked just about all of our precautions because they were someone else's idea.

Christy Smith
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6 months ago

Of course they put us first, the USA is delusional on so many levels!

Erik Granqvist
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6 months ago

I have met zero people who actually believed Sweden was perpared for anything. Because most people here knew that "being prepared ", according to authorities, was somebody saying "someone should perhaps look into it" in a meeting. That's it. Litterarly.

OhForSmegSake
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6 months ago

I love how they underestimated New Zealand

Fiercepelt
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6 months ago

they were right about australia at least

𝕊𝕒𝕞 (𝕋𝕙𝕖𝕪/𝕋𝕙𝕖𝕞)
6 months ago

yes as the united statesians we are incredibly prepared and will do so very well in the occurrence of a pandemic, how well-thought out our plans are, yes /s

Mikhael Barreto
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6 months ago

And just today, here in Brazil, our trumpy prez is threatening sending the military to the streets to... *checks notes* Stop states' lockdowns? After mimicking people with respiratory issues on a livestream? And accusing China of chemical Warfare? Sigh.

Mark Berry
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6 months ago

We have no idea how North Korea did/is doing.

grey galah
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6 months ago

Just compare Britain and New Zealand: both islands....and the winner is....

Tuncer Coşar
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6 months ago

Reminds me AAA financial rating of Iceland just before its economic crisis

humdrum
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6 months ago

This. In the Netherlands they checked their protocols, and decided they were fine, but they failed to see inside the processes and register they couldn't actually pull off what the protocols said. Bureaucracy ftw.

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Megan Flanagan
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6 months ago

Guess it depends on where you live in the US. Things just never got that bad here.

Zophra
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6 months ago

Bahahaah.... "Fooled you!" - USA

TheDragapultUser
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6 months ago

Wow, we were so prepared

Kennedy Johnson
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6 months ago

Complete opposite.

Dorothy Cloud
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3 months ago

China took care of those stats

SuePrew
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4 months ago

We were prepared, this is not wrong. We just had VERY stupid people at the top, directing everything and making really stupid decisions and saying very stupid things

L.A. Trefry
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4 months ago

The US WAS prepared under Obama -- we just never counted on having an ignorant, incompetent megalomaniac in the Oval Office when it happened.

MikeMaxis
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6 months ago

I would not consider Canada well prepared as they are months behind in recovering compared to the lower 48.

TimesNewLogan
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6 months ago

And along came Trump...

Joshua Selbitschka
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6 months ago

Back then we were the most prepared... And then everything got shot to hell.

Anna Branch
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6 months ago

I love that although all over North American is coloured yellow, Canada is completely ignored in the best/worst listing. I don't know whether to feel insulted or glad.

Jacqueline Wilson
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6 months ago

Why is Canada always left out?

Mary Hilton
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6 months ago

Canada should say least prepared. Our stores of ppe, gloves etc was decimated, we had companies prepared to produce a vaccine in Canada but our Government ignored them and tried, unsuccessfully to obtain vaccines from,LOL,China. PLUS, most of Canada is still in lockdown!!! OUR LEADERS FAILED.

Wilf
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6 months ago

In 2014 the Public health authorities in the UK wrote a long report on how the government should act to counter a pandemic- what measures needed to be in place, stockpiling ppe, etc etc. The Government IGNORED it. It's still available on the government website here. Just search online for "2014 Pandemic Influenza Response Plan". Just imagine what might have happened if the government at the time wasn't so obsessed with making cuts to public spending and actually adopted some of its key findings. Maybe the UK could have avoided those 127,000 deaths- the highest in Europe and one of the highest in the whole world.

John Baker
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6 months ago

We may well have actually been well prepared, but we had idiots in charge.

Luuta
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6 months ago

This simply shows how arrogant and stupid Western civilisations are

Paulius Andriuškevičius
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6 months ago

Nobody thought it would be a political issue. Countries where politics is banned (China) were able to fare better than expected.

Tambot
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6 months ago

On another note... did this chart forget to mention Canada? It is highlighted but not mentioned...always the bridesmaid, never the bride.

Sharon Vaughn
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6 months ago

2019? I guess these people forgot how Trump shut down the Pandemic Research Team the year before.

Just Your Regular Avocado
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6 months ago

Personally, I think Australia has handled the pandemic quite well. But, I know that that's not the focus of this joke.

Stan Chung
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6 months ago

Self sucking at it's highest. Then again who would have thought a someone like DT would get elected. So many dummies there.

Jennifer Pountney
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6 months ago

Oh dear. New Zealand is now right at the top of the world!

Slime11IsSus
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6 months ago

mostly trump's fault tho...

Deborah Ogbadu
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6 months ago

tables literally turned

Emerald
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6 months ago

Lol. We failed.

Joshua Brenneman
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6 months ago

US was prepared. Then a big orange clown came and messed it all up

Dee Tag
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6 months ago

Obama created a Pandemic Task Force that was later dismantled. Had it remained, not only would they've been prepared. But could have had the first vaccine.

CincyReds
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6 months ago

So this was right before it hit the USA....it was going on a way before this on Woohan.. spelling sorry

engineer_nope.avi
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6 months ago

Vietnam being in the Orange color while the total cases of infected is 3135 and 35 deaths. Seems legit

Chaotic-pansexual-Gemini
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6 months ago

HAH

L.A. Trefry
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6 months ago

Well, the US was prepared until "he who must not be named" fired the expert the US had in China and refused to follow the plan that was left for him.

Yort
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6 months ago

Well we WERE prepared until Trump undid all the efforts the Obama administration did to prepare for a pandemic.

Leo Domitrix
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6 months ago

Ah, no. Even by 2019, *someone* had eradicated our national pandemic response ....

Eric Mac Fadden
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6 months ago

Everything should be red

Vanta Black
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6 months ago

Our preparedness went to s**t because the masses elected a f*****g Tory government. And those same assholes are still electing them! Which is basically proof that Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May were hated because they were women more than they were hated for being Tories.

Erik Granqvist
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6 months ago

Sweden does NOT IN ANY WAY have a place among the best prepared countries! The only reason it did not get worse was luck, and people taking their own precautions. Goverment, authorities and the ones who decide things have been a complete joke of soap opera.

Hannah Edwards
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6 months ago

Prepared to do what though? Prepared to sit back and watch people die. Trump was 100% prepared for that.

Leonofski
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6 months ago

HAHAHAHA.......No but I am just kidding. Brasil infact had one of the best nets of distribution of vaccines in the world. Of course our good-for-nothing president botched-it and now we are second worst (loosing only to India).

tail_bite
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6 months ago

usa is worst preped

James F. Wilson Jr.
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6 months ago

Obama wasted what the Bush administration had stockpiled and the president that came after Obama was too caught up in his own promotions while proving that he is an idiot in his knowledge of science that The U.S. had little chance of survival.

Hugo A-niro
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6 months ago

Ha ha then trump threw out the plan and followed his tiny brain and murdered thousands of Americans

Logically Reasonable
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6 months ago

Now THAT is FUNNY!!!!! ROFL!!!

Bacony Cakes
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6 months ago

According to surveys, North Korea has the best strategy. 1 case of Covid? BLAM! 0 cases of Covid!

Tài Trần
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6 months ago

And they ranked Việt Nam rather low. Who is doing more propaganda now, huh?

Connie Martin
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6 months ago

We WERE prepared, until Cheetolini sabotaged the response that had been carefully crafted for decades.

Orange Juice
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6 months ago

I mean, it's not too incorrect, but countries like China and Italy were hit pretty hard...

Liz the Wanderer
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6 months ago

This was true before Dumpster boy dismantled our entire Pandemic Preparedness Team.

Aleksei
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6 months ago

Greenland is gray because they are immune to any disease

F. H.
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6 months ago (edited)

Germany was badly prepared, but politicians acted the right way. In the first wave. In the second wave they thought things would just sort themselves out. In the third wave they relied on what Germany does best: Bureaucracy and scattered regionalism.

Ken Banananas
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6 months ago

Swedish arrogance. Allways stating best country showed lack of equipment and strategy making it among worst prepared.

Leslie Burleson
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6 months ago

Lol , yeah we dropped the ball on this one

Seabeast
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6 months ago

They've lumped Japan into the not-so-prepared category, but they did really well.

Tom Pepper
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6 months ago

Shows how much one person can ruin everything

Peter Bear
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6 months ago

American arrogance at work again. We think we're so good at everything, when the reality is we're terrible.

Gabby M
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6 months ago

Gee I wonder who came up with this.

Lillukka79
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6 months ago

Ironic LOL.

A Random Panda
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6 months ago

LOL no.

Mark Kelly
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6 months ago

It was being generous with India.

Easily Excitable Panda
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6 months ago

It's easy to make a chart when you just use racism!

Wonder Woman 848
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6 months ago

this made me laugh. haha. U.S. is the most prepared, yeah right.

Nicole Weymann
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6 months ago

The UK and France together with Sweden and Finland were judged to be better prepared than Iceland, Spain, Norway and Germany. Australia on a similar level as US (Aussies DID dodge a bullet there), both better than New Zealand. I think with Australia and South Korea there's only two countries correctly predicted to actually do well.

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6 months ago

Comparing Sweden vs. Finland: population 10,8M vs. 5,5M, cowid cases 1M vs. 88K, death toll 14158 vs. 919. Sweden has about double the population of Finland but 15x more deaths.

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Arctic Fox Lover
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6 months ago

Yooo, my state is covered, so I'm cool XD

Tristan Kenyon
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6 months ago

LMFAOO 😂😂😂

I I
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6 months ago

LOL

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6 months ago

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Mart Sermus
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6 months ago

They forgot to count in the Karens

Suzanne Haigh
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6 months ago

ell, we all know now America is all talk and show, nothing to support it.

Toko Danganronpa
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6 months ago

I---I....

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Abigail Nagel
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6 months ago

Canada is not part of the USA! We are two separate countries!

humdrum
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6 months ago

Just because Canada is also yellow doesn't mean anyone thinks it's the same country.

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Tanya Palik
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6 months ago

Since when is Canada considered as the USA???

humdrum
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6 months ago

Nobody's saying it is.

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Actually this did age well when you look at how well each country handled it based on cases per capita and deaths per capita. Though many countries have fake data like the PRC we cannot trust, and many like India just dont have the ability to give us data. But from the countries we have good data and good analysis from, we can say this is fairly accurate. Though the US should be somewhere around 8 or 9, not 1.

Angrywolf
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6 months ago

No it did not, The Netherlands is on third place and we totally f-cked it up, We have 17 million people living here and more that 1.5 million people got sick and over 17 thousand died, We are a small country and if we had the same amount of people as the USA we would have the same numbers, It only looks a lot less because we have 17 million people and the USA has over 328 million.

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So two impeachments must be really deplorable

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James016
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6 months ago

Ooof.

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Lauren Caswell
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6 months ago

Well aged, methinks tho?

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James016
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6 months ago

I have a sore hand from all the faceplaming

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LesAnimaux
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6 months ago

I wanna know what problems this person had in mind

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MauKini
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6 months ago

Ouch!

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Michele Ferretto
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6 months ago

Same things have been always said for disruptive innovations in history.

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Indra Servo
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6 months ago

"Shut up, man"

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Stephanie Did It
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6 months ago

It almost sounds like the badly translated Engrish seen in product manuals.

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6 months ago

Both comments didn't age well!

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James016
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6 months ago

Define the word "loved" in this context

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Indra Servo
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6 months ago

"bEcauSe tHEy NoT edUCatiOnAL", what's this lady smoking??

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MauKini
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6 months ago

oh.. this must hurt forever!

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Michele Ferretto
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6 months ago

Sad thing is that there are some doctors still smoking nowadays...

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6 months ago

yep. That's pretty accurate

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Some Cool Guy
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6 months ago

One more time

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6 months ago

Oh the irony

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MauKini
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6 months ago

Poor Harambe. He was unique.

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Michele Ferretto
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6 months ago

I had to Google who's this one.

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James016
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6 months ago

Which April?

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Indra Servo
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6 months ago

it'll topple over if there are no intervention. They heavily stabilized it starting from 90s

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Mr Red
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6 months ago

We are getting over it right now

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Julie C Rose
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6 months ago

Technically true - he didn’t say “not one s**t-smeared government building”.

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James016
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6 months ago

Stonks!

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Roger Haywood
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6 months ago

I'm not a Harry Potter fan, but even I think this is a bit cruel.

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