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Crosspost from r/WomenIdentity: Worldwide Crimes Perpetrated by TIMs

2020.09.24 20:54 ANIKAHirsch Crosspost from r/WomenIdentity: Worldwide Crimes Perpetrated by TIMs

This original list was created by u/BouncyBoob. View the crosspost thread here: https://www.reddit.com/womenidentity/comments/issge2/crimes_perpetrated_by_transgender_people/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

"usa,,,,KC Resident Sentenced to 20 Years for Child Pornography,https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdmo/pkc-resident-sentenced-20-years-child-pornography,
"usa,,,,Female Prisoner Says She Was Raped by Transgender Inmate,https://news.wttw.com/2020/02/19/lawsuit-female-prisoner-says-she-was-raped-transgender-inmate,https://www.illinoistimes.com/springfield/transgender-inmate-accused-of-rape
"usa,,,,felon no longer deemed threat because of gender change,https://amp.desmoinesregister.com/amp/4479275002,
"uk,,,,Karen White: how 'manipulative' transgender inmate attacked again,https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/oct/11/karen-white-how-manipulative-and-controlling-offender-attacked-again-transgender-prison,
"uk,,,,"Female prison officers have been raped by inmates who self-identify as trans women, ex-Tory minister Rory Stewart claims",https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8211325/Female-prison-officers-raped-inmates-self-identify-trans-women-claim.html,
"usa,,,,"In North Carolina, person who identifies as transgender woman found guilty of raping child",https://cambridge.wickedlocal.com/zz/news/20190513/in-north-carolina-person-who-identifies-as-transgender-woman-found-guilty-of-raping-child,
"usa,,,,Transgender man accused of sexually assaulting woman,https://www.eastidahonews.com/2019/05/transgender-man-accused-of-sexually-assaulting-woman/,
"uk,,,,Police accused of political correctness after issuing an appeal for a sex attacker WITHOUT mentioning suspect was a man wearing womens clothes,https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8443647/Police-issue-appeal-sex-attacker-without-mentioning-suspect-man-wearing-womans-clothes.html,
"uk,,,toilet,"Transgender woman, 18, sexually assaulted girl, 10, in Morrisons toilet",https://metro.co.uk/2019/03/16/transgender-woman-18-sexually-assaulted-girl-10-morrisons-toilet-8914577/?ito=article.amp.share.top.email,
"usa,,,toilet,Target urged to end transgender bathroom policy after 2nd man caught recording women undressing,https://abc7ny.com/news/man-seen-reaching-under-stall-with-phone-in-nj-target-dressing-room/1508431/,
"usa,,,toilet,Bedford Police Arrest Man Wanted for Allegedly Recording Juvenile Girls in Store,https://bedfordnhpd.org/2016/06/24/bedford-police-arrest-man-wanted-allegedly-recording-juvenile-girls-store/,
"usa,,,toilet,Security Guard Arrested For Removing Man From Women’s Bathroom,https://dailycaller.com/2016/05/19/security-guard-arrested-for-removing-man-from-womens-bathroom/,
"usa,,,toilet,Shopper Upset Man Allowed To Use Women’s Dressing Room In Ross,https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2016/05/17/shopper-upset-man-allowed-to-use-womens-dressing-room-in-ross/,
"usa,,,toilet,Female office worker encounters man urinating in ladies' room and exposing se,https://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen3/16a/bills-in-MA-legislature/tpc/transgender-bill/attleboro-restroom.html,
"usa,,,toilet,Man caught undressing in front of girls at Green Lake locker room,https://mynorthwest.com/188993/man-caught-undressing-in-front-of-girls-at-green-lake-locker-room/,
"usa,,,toilet,"Man Dressed as Woman Arrested for Spying Into Mall Bathroom Stall, Police Say",https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/man-dressed-as-woman-arrested-for-spying-into-mall-bathroom-stall-police-say/1979766/,
"usa,,,toilet,Cross-Dressing Man Secretly Taped Women at Macy’s,https://ktla.com/news/da-cross-dressing-man-secretly-videotaped-women-in-macys-bathroom/#ixzz2TKsMicgJ,
"usa,,,toilet,Cross-dressing sex predator sentenced for Clackamas aquatic park crimes,https://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-city/2011/10/cross-dressing_sex_predator_se.html,
"usa,,,toilet,Police: Calif. locker room suspect used disguise,https://abc7news.com/archive/7739509/,
"usa,,,toilet,Police: Man Undresses In Front Of Children In Walmart Restroom,https://www.wsbtv.com/news/police-man-undresses-in-front-of-children-in-walma/241705565/,
"usa,,,toilet,"San Jose sex offender wearing fake breasts, wig arrested for loitering in womens’ restroom",https://www.mercurynews.com/2009/01/26/san-jose-sex-offender-wearing-fake-breasts-wig-arrested-for-loitering-in-womens-restroom/,
"canada,,,shelter,Sexual predator jailed after claiming to be ‘transgender’ to assault women in shelter,https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/sexual-predator-jailed-after-claiming-to-be-transgender-in-order-to-assault,
"canada,,,toilet,University of Toronto Dumps Transgender Bathrooms After Peeping Incidents,https://www.dailywire.com/news/university-toronto-dumps-transgender-bathrooms-pardes-seleh,
"usa,trans man,,,Colorado transgender teen pleads guilty to murder in school revenge case,https://www.reuters.com/article/us-colorado-shooting-plea/colorado-transgender-teen-pleads-guilty-to-murder-in-school-revenge-case-idUSKBN2012QO,
"usa,,nonviolent,,"Capital One hacking suspect, a transgender Seattle woman, is denied request to be moved from men’s prison",https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/capital-one-hacking-suspect-a-transgender-seattle-woman-is-denied-request-to-be-moved-from-mens-prison/,
"canada,,,,Transgender activist under criminal investigation after video showing Jessica Yaniv allegedly punching reporter hits social media,https://www.theblaze.com/news/report-transgender-activist-under-criminal-investigation,
"usa,,,,Convicted Serial Pedophile Being Released After Becoming Transgender Woman,https://www.themix.net/2020/01/transgender-pedophile-transgender-woman-hormones/,https://www.dailywire.com/news/convicted-child-molester-let-out-of-prison-because-theyre-transgender-no-longer-a-threat-government-says
"Thailand,,,,Transgender woman charged with stabbing boyfriend to death,https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1933080/transgender-arrested-for-boyfriends-murder,
"usa,,,,"Protester arrested, accused of starting fire in chaotic Friday night protest",https://www.kptv.com/protester-arrested-accused-of-starting-fire-in-chaotic-friday-night-protest/article_3b04cdbc-a784-11ea-a250-93fef29b6740.html,
"Australia,,,,Child molester released after gender change,https://www.couriermail.com.au/truecrimeaustralia/police-courts/sexchange-pedophile-jeffrey-terrence-anderson-released/news-story/215d9284b933a37dad9fad34cec5a6c9,
"canada,,,,Convicted child porn offender pleads guilty to new charges,https://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/convicted-child-porn-offender-pleads-guilty-to-new-charges,
"uk,,,,"Transgender woman, 26, who was jailed after dousing her ex-boyfriend in bleach then trying to set him on fire is spared prison over lashing out at police",https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7268259/Transgender-woman-26-doused-ex-boyfriend-bleach-tried-set-fire-spared-jail.html,
"nz,,,,Dimetrius Pairama murder trial: Accused apologises to victim's family,https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/115844925/dimetrius-pairama-murder-trial-ashley-winter-told-police-the-victim-was-her-best-friend,
"uk,,,,Woman who 'bragged about being a paedophile' approached boys at Remembrance event,https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/leah-harvey-caerphilly-sex-offender-18256962,
"canada,,,,HUNTER: Serial pedophile Madilyn Harks allegedly bolted while on weekend pass,https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/hunter-serial-pedophile-madilyn-harks-allegedly-bolted-while-on-weekend-pass,
"Australia,,,,Citizen arrest of rapist in robbery,https://www.pressreader.com/australia/sunshine-coast-daily/20200506/281612422568290,
"usa,,,,2 teens arrested for murder of mother in Banning Lewis Ranch,https://krdo.com/news/top-stories/2020/05/04/2-teens-arrested-for-murder-of-mother-in-banning-lewis-ranch/,
"usa,,nonviolent,,Person facing felony charges after police called to fight at apartment in Ludlow,https://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news/hampden-county/man-facing-felony-charges-after-police-called-to-fight-at-apartment-in-ludlow/,
"usa,,tra,,Ex-Ars Technica tech reporter Peter Bright convicted of soliciting minors for sex,https://nypost.com/2020/03/19/ex-conde-nast-tech-reporter-peter-bright-convicted-of-soliciting-minors-for-sex/,
"usa,,,,Dartmouth woman sentenced for sexual assault on home-care worker,https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/local/dartmouth-woman-sentenced-for-sexual-assault-on-home-care-worker-418323/,
"usa,,,,Man Arrested After Incident In Women's Dressing Room At Montgomery Mall,https://northpennnow.com/man-arrested-after-incident-in-womens-dressing-room-at-montgomery-mall-p1570-119.htm,
"usa,,,,"Ypsilanti man stabbed with samurai sword after failing to buy marijuana for partner, police report says",https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbo2020/02/ypsilanti-man-stabbed-with-samurai-sword-after-failing-to-buy-marijuana-for-partner-police-report-says.html,
"Australia,,,,"Man killed in unsolved homicide after $160 drug rip-off, inquest told",https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/man-killed-in-unsolved-homicide-after-160-drug-rip-off-inquest-told-20200224-p543q0.html,
"uk,,,,"Blackpool woman admits to having more than 80,000 indecent images of children",https://www.lancs.live/news/lancashire-news/blackpool-woman-admits-having-more-17788403,
"usa,,,,Pharr woman accused of indecency with a child,https://www.krgv.com/news/pharr-woman-accused-of-indecency-with-a-child/,
"usa,,,toilet,Transgender woman told to leave women's locker room,https://www.kiro7.com/news/transgender-woman-told-leave-womens-locker-room/246633184/,
"usa,,,,Christopher Ryan Dobbs was convicted of multiple counts of second degree rape and first degree sexual abuse,https://www.koin.com/news/oregon/transgender-sex-offender-demands-to-move-to-womens-prison-in-lawsuit/,
"usa,,,,Investigation into yacht murder of California couple,https://abcnews.go.com/US/receipt-target-stolen-car-mexico-unsolved-murder-investigation/story?id=68204176,
"uk,,,,Five-year restraining order placed on Dagenham woman who “soiled” friend’s knickers,https://www.barkinganddagenhampost.co.uk/news/crime-court/five-year-restraining-order-placed-on-dagenham-woman-who-soiled-friend-s-knickers-1-2259110,
"usa,,,,Kathrine Nicole Jett pleaded guilty to one count of attempted receipt of child pornography,https://news.bloomberglaw.com/us-law-week/transgender-inmates-name-change-request-improperly-considered,
"usa,,,,Convicted sex offender offers bizarre defense in kiddie porn case,https://nypost.com/2020/01/14/convicted-sex-offender-offers-bizarre-defense-in-kiddie-porn-case/,
"usa,trans man,,,"Transgender man accused in sex crimes, assault on transgender minor",https://www.sunherald.com/news/local/crime/article60310471.html,
"usa,,,,19-Year-Old Accused of Exploiting 2 Children Under 4,https://www.necn.com/news/national-international/19-year-old-accused-of-exploiting-2-children-under-4/250097/,
"Ireland,,,,Man (34) who sexually assaulted child in hospital bathroom is jailed,https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/circuit-court/man-34-who-sexually-assaulted-child-in-hospital-bathroom-is-jailed-1.4068520?mode=amp,
"usa,,,,Convicted sex offender sues over sex change operation,https://journalstar.com/news/local/911/convicted-sex-offender-sues-over-sex-change-operation/article_1b2611b9-8761-53fb-8dc4-72ecbee68d72.html,
"usa,,,,"Convicted rapist re-hospitalized, possibly indefinitely",https://www.smdailyjournal.com/news/local/convicted-rapist-re-hospitalized-possibly-indefinitely/article_7c4e4081-fb1c-5d3f-bff9-76adbfab5ef8.html,
"usa,trans man,,,Transgender man placed on probation for sexual battery of woman,https://www.eastidahonews.com/2019/10/transgender-man-placed-on-probation-for-sexual-battery-of-woman/,
"canada,,,,cross dressing convict returns to Whitehorse,https://www.yukon-news.com/news/high-risk-cross-dressing-convict-returns-to-whitehorse/,
"usa,,,,"Man who portrayed himself as 'cross dresser' arrested for alleged role in sexual assault, state police say",https://www.pennlive.com/midstate/2014/05/cross_dresser_sexual_assault_h.html,
"usa,,,,"Wanted transvestite, sex offender turns self in",https://www.clickorlando.com/news/2012/04/23/deputies-wanted-transvestite-sex-offender-turns-self-in/,
"usa,,,,NYC rapist who exposed himself in Garden City sentenced,https://www.newsday.com/long-island/crime/sex-offender-sentenced-1.18588205,
"Australia,,,,Brutal rapist gets 9 years,https://m.themorningbulletin.com.au/news/judge-jails-man-for-nine-years-over-brutal-rape/291370/,
"usa,,,,Adrian man gets 7 years in federal child porn case,https://www.lenconnect.com/article/20140420/NEWS/140418764,
"uk,,,,Cross-dressing torture killer Colin Coats allowed out of jail to attend mum's funeral - but still won't reveal where he dumped victim's body,https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/savage-torture-killer-colin-coats-9288436,
"usa,,,,youens vs state,https://www.leagle.com/decision/19871597742sw2d85511472,
"usa,,,,Retired drag queen' pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter in fatal stabbing,https://www.nwitimes.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/update-retired-drag-queen-pleads-guilty-to-voluntary-manslaughter-in/article_33813188-3208-5c47-b1cf-f7656a2394cf.html#1,
"uk,,,,Sex offender Richard Cullen throttled and battered a young mother to death,https://m.independent.ie/world-news/europe/satanist-murderer-of-woman-gets-life-26026722.html,
"uk,,,,cross-dressing paedo Kenneth Larking in Saughton prison,https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/4182728/peter-tobin-girlfriend-kenneth-larking-saughton-prison-jail/,
"uk,,,,CONVICTED sex offender who murdered a female friend,https://www.scotsman.com/news/evil-murderer-feared-being-exposed-cross-dresser-1718589,
"usa,,,,State vs Lane,https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ks-supreme-court/1468236.html,
"uk,,,,Strood sex change pervert won't be jailed,https://www.kentonline.co.uk/kent/news/strood-sex-change-pervert-wont--a79703/,
"uk,,,,Crossdresser paedophile jailed,https://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/news/4855144.cross-dressing-paedophile-jailed/,
"usa,,,,Man in a dress charged with indecent exposure,https://www.fredericknewspost.com/news/crime_and_justice/cops_and_crime/man-in-a-dress-charged-with-indecent-exposure-near-monocacy/article_2a9291e5-1df8-5c6c-9013-387ed2c70919.html,
"usa,,,,"Naked Peeper Nabbed In San Jose, And He's Apparently Done This Before",https://sfist.com/2019/03/08/naked-peeper-in-san-jose-nabbed-and-hes-apparently-done-this-before/,
"usa,,,,Convicted of slaying boyfriend,https://southphillyreview.com/2012/05/03/convicted-of-slaying-boyfriend/,
"usa,,,,Cops Arrest Wig and Denim Cutoff-Wearing Suspect In Miller Park Incidents,https://spdblotter.seattle.gov/2016/02/29/detectives-seek-leads-on-wig-and-denim-cutoff-wearing-suspect-in-miller-park/,
"usa,,,,Pensacola man facing home invasion and sexual offense charges,http://weartv.com/news/local/pensacola-man-facing-home-invasion-and-sexual-offense-charges,
"usa,,,toilet,Man accused of attacking girl in Oklahoma City convenience store restroom,https://oklahoman.com/article/3883587/man-accused-of-attacking-girl-in-oklahoma-city-convenience-store-restroom,
"usa,,,toilet,Arlington man trying on women’s underwear arrested for indecent exposure,https://www.insidenova.com/headlines/arlington-man-trying-on-women-s-underwear-arrested-for-indecent/article_d6c57afa-6d21-11e5-91e0-afa5d23d8b67.html,
"usa,,,toilet,Cross-dressing man arrested for exposure at Walmart,https://www.ajc.com/news/local/cross-dressing-man-arrested-for-exposure-walmart/b0Ikm8U25R0oDFkN2LW66O/,
"uk,,,,Child rapist moves in with unsuspecting mum and boy – after becoming a woman,https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/child-rapist-changes-sex-before-17152814,
"usa,,,,Rapist wants Oklahoma Corrections Department to pay for female hormones,https://oklahoman.com/article/3755617/rapist-wants-oklahoma-corrections-department-to-pay-for-female-hormones,
"usa,,,,Man sentenced to life without parole for raping children,https://www.mariettatimes.com/news/local-news/2019/04/man-sentenced-to-life-without-parole-for-raping-children/,
"usa,,,,Former babysitter convicted in Harrisburg child-sex case,https://www.pennlive.com/midstate/2014/04/transsexual_convicted_in_harri.html,
"usa,,,,Transgender sex offenders pose dilemma in state civil confinement,https://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Transgendered-sex-offenders-pose-dilemma-12360403.php,
"usa,,,,Man rapist wants to transition in prison ,https://law.justia.com/cases/massachusetts/supreme-court/volumes/392/392mass28.html,"
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2020.09.22 20:51 meteoritee GBBO Live Discussion - Week 1, Cake Week! [22/09/2020]

Good evening everyone, and welcome to the first CasualUK Great British Bake Off live thread of 2020!
As we all know it’s been a bit of a shit year so far, so it’s great to have GBBO back. This year’s series comes to us around a month later than normal, due to production delays caused by the event. If anyone’s interested, here is an article about how they produced Bake Off this year while battling with the various logistical issues and trying to film a show that looks as “normal” as possible during an abnormal time.
So without further ado, let’s meet everyone:
Our hosts
Noel Fielding is joined by a new hosting partner this year in the form of Matt Lucas. As ever, Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will spend the following 10 weeks making us all immensely angry by sending our favourites home.
The contestants
Dave, 30 A security guard from Hampshire whose non-baking interests include cars and taking his dog and cat for a walk. Looks fairly unassuming. I think he’ll get pretty far.
Hermine, 39 No, her name isn’t the same as a certain main character in a beloved wizarding world. Hermine is an accountant (lol same) who has an “infectious” laugh. I think she might get on my nerves a bit.
Laura, 31 A “digital manager” from Kent. She loves musical theatre (also same) and volunteers in her spare time. She looks smiley. Her being a fan of musical theatre already has her in my good books.
Linda, 61 This year’s oldest contestant is Linda, a retirement living worker. She’s an older lady who willingly chose to appear on a baking show during a pandemic. She is too powerful for us to stop.
Loriea, 27 A diagnostic radiographer from Jamaica. She’s a key worker who got to take a sabbatical to appear on Bake Off. I wonder how many times they’ll thank her for her work during the pandemic.
Lottie, 31 Unfortunately for Lottie (who is a pantomime producer), I cannot see the name Lottie without thinking of that horrible 19 year old from last years The Apprentice. This has soured my attitude to Lottie before the series even begins.
Makbul, 51 Our second accountant of this series. Not much to say about him. I reckon he’ll go out in week 4.
Marc, 51 Poor Marc only has one leg, after losing the other in a motorbike accident. Luckily the loss of a leg limb does not affect one’s ability to bake cake!
Mark, 32 This year we have a Marc and a Mark. Why must Channel 4 confuse us like this? Anyways Mark is a public health project worker who travels frequently for his job. Or at least, he used to! He has big hair and a bigger grin. I am suspicious.
Peter, 20 This year’s youngest contestant yet again harks from the world of accountancy – except he’s still a student. A baby-faced international badminton player, I don’t think he’ll get very far. He is also so young that he claims to have first started baking because he enjoyed watching The Great British Bake Off as a child. As a child.
Rowan, 55 A music teacher and fitness enthusiast. So I reckon he’ll be making loads of weird and wacky healthy bakes. Grim.
Sura, 31 Our final contestant is a pharmacy worker who lives in London. She looks nice, I like her.
So there we go. If you read all that, well done! I’ll stick a table in next week’s thread so we can keep an eye on who’s got star baker and keep track of any world famous Paul Hollywood Handshakes.
On with the show!
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2020.09.20 20:47 bpdprincess_ Being a adult and wanting to make friends? Hardest thing ever!

Blah so here goes, I am 25 years old, female, British Ghanaian and I live in Kent in the UK. I am currently looking to make friends, someone that one day we can meet up and actually be good/best friends, within the ages of 24 - 28. Pretty lonely in life in the friendship department, I have a partner and that’s it
Likes : I enjoy reading, working out, nights out, knitting, going out for lunches/brunches, and listening to music. My music taste can range from Arctic Monkeys to Stormzy and to Avenged Sevenfold to Burna Boy (strange I know). I also love pasta, a good Netflix series and ramen noodles! Dislikes: trans/homophobic, racist people, spiders, small spaces and large crowds. Fact about me: I can play the flute and I use to have a pet goat in Ghana :D
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2020.09.06 14:49 readingrachelx Housewife highlights/Daily shit talk - September 6th, 2020

Housewife highlights/Daily shit talk - September 6th, 2020

Erika Jayne for SavageXFenty
  • Erika Jayne named ambassador for SavageXFenty (Erika Jayne Instagram)
  • Cut RHOBH footage of the ladies discussing Aaron Phypers (Queens of Bravo Twitter)
  • Lisa Vanderpump Opens Up About Her Finances Taking a Hit Amid Pandemic (Reality Blurb/Give Them Lala... with Randall podcast) "While Lala described Lisa as “wealthy [as f**k]” during the episode after Lisa revealed that she is now doing her own nails, Lisa clarified that she “used to be” wealthy prior to the pandemic before saying she hopes it will be safe to reopen her restaurants soon. “Five months of paying rent and insurance, and having no business is taxing, stretching, [has been] a bit of a nightmare. But we’ll get back on track soon,” she shared. “When we do decide to open, we have good-sized patios. Pump is 90 percent garden. TomTom has two gardens and we can put tables outside. So we are very fortunate with that but we’ve just been waiting for it to be safe.” “Vanderpump Garden is open but distancing is essential and Caesars is doing a really good job with that,” she stated about her Las Vegas eatery which she opened last year. The Pump Rules boss also admitted during the interview that she helped her two children, Pandora Sabo and Max Todd, buy their homes. “I did buy them both… gave them the deposit for a place to live and they both have a mortgage,” shared Lisa. “Pandora and Jason have a mortgage and Max has a mortgage. I gave them a start but I like them to have their responsibilities.”
  • Extended RHOP preview for tonight's episode (Queens of Bravo Twitter) I'm FAR too excited for this.
  • Teresa Giudice: How She Feels About Dating After Divorce From Joe Is Finalized (HollywoodLife Exclusive) “Teresa is having fun and flirting with men but she’s not dating anyone seriously. It’ll probably be some time before that happens but her friends are trying to set her up,” an insider close to the Real Housewives of New Jersey star spilled to HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “She seems to feel weird about it because of her younger daughters, so maybe when they’re a bit older,” the source added. “The girls aren’t ready for her to date and she’s really busy with them and filming that it’s just not at the top of her priority list. Maybe one day she’ll be open to a relationship and love again, but right now, she’s still healing from the end of her marriage and focusing on herself,” the insider explained. “She’s in the best place she’s been in quite sometime and you can tell how light and happy she is. The girls are doing well too and Gia being home so much has helped Teresa out tremendously. She is able to get out and have fun and unwind. She didn’t get to do that for a long time while Joe was away.” “Joe isn’t dating anyone seriously either for the same reasons. He’s missing his girls tremendously and that consumes his thoughts a lot,” the source said. “The family is all on FaceTime all day, every day. He sees his family often and has made friends and stays busy with work. This is a new chapter for all of them. The girls can’t wait to see their dad. As soon as it’s safe, it will happen,” they also noted. Despite the divorce, Teresa and Joe have maintained a friendly relationship — and are even going to be working together to sell sex toys! The duo have partnered with European distributor Zalo USA, which will be prominently featured on RHONJ‘s season 11."
  • Pics of the Jersey cast filming an all-white party at Melissa's shore home in memory of Teresa and Joe's late father (realhousewivesfranchise Instagram)
  • Video interview: Ashley Darby on Her ‘Unconventional’ Marriage to Michael and Their Season 5 Troubles (ET Online exclusive) "Ashley Darby very much relates to Jada Pinkett Smith and the whole "entanglement" saga. "Oh my gosh," the Real Housewives of Potomac star sighs when the topic comes up. Back in June, Jada and her husband, Will Smith, revealed to the world that Jada had a relationship outside of her marriage to Will with singer August Alsina that went on for quite some time. Jada and August's "entanglement," as Jada dubbed it, occurred while Will and Jada were on a break of sorts from their marriage. "You know, I related to that a little more than I'd like to admit," Ashley says, recalling watching the episode of Red Table Talk on which Will and Jada discussed their relationship woes. "I was like, man, Jada. I'm with you girl," she continues. "I get it. I mean, marriage is just so hard -- and it's really hard being a public figure and having difficulties, and it's even more difficult when you decide to talk about them and say some things that aren't necessarily fitting the mold of what people think a marriage is or should be." Ashley's marriage to her husband, Michael, has been under a microscope for five years of RHOP. They have an age difference (she's a millennial, he's in his 50s) and a number of cultural differences (she's American and biracial, he's from Australia), and there hasn't been a single season where allegations of infidelity, hidden sexuality or some combination of the two aren't a topic of discussion. Season 5 is no different, as Ashley's co-star, Candiace Dillard Bassett, receives a text message with new accusations against Michael. This time, someone claims to have seen Michael out at a strip club, where he allegedly shared that he has "a boyfriend and a wife." "Obviously, Candiace and I have had our share of differences in the past, so I wasn't really keen on believing her from the beginning, because Candiace has said a lot of things that weren't true," Ashley shares of what starts to play out in this Sunday's episode. "I took it with a grain of salt... and then it unfolds and boy, does it unfold," she adds. "I mean, there's, like, layers upon layers upon layers of it." In the past, Ashley and Michael have largely brushed off the rumors, denied them or gotten involved in legal action about them. This time will be different, though, as Ashley admits Michael did make a "pretty significant" mistake. Viewers will see the 32-year-old confront her husband in an upcoming episode. "I'm truthful and I know that can be a hard thing to believe, and that people want to think that we make up things and there's all these facades around our relationship, but I really am truthful," she says. "So if there's something that needs to be talked about, if there's a hurdle that we actually do need to overcome or an issue we have to address, we're going to address it." "It's not as though I've said those things in the past to be facetious, or to just, like, you know, create this false illusion about my marriage," she adds, referencing the way the couple has handled marital speed bumps in the past. "No, if there was an issue then, I would've talked about it. When we were having issues with the restaurant [we owned], I was upfront and talked about it. When I was having issues with my mom and how my family dynamic was working, we talked about it, and this is not going to be any different. So, the things that were false, yes, I said those were false. The things that are true, I will talk about them, and if they're true, they're true." Ashley says fans will definitely learn some new information about her relationship and how it works before season 5’s end. "I'm not a conventional person and I just don't think it's gonna come as a shock to anybody," she teases. "Michael and I are an unconventional couple in many ways." The pair is still very much together, though. They recently wrapped up an extended stay at their beach house in Delaware, and are now back home in the Potomac area. (And she's not sure why Google has Michael labeled as "Ashley Darby’s ex-husband," but offers a joke guess of a petty employee of the search engine just wanting to mess with her.) "I love my husband," she declares. "He's a great husband, and my relationship is going to withstand. It's strong enough to withstand a lot. It's really going to be up to us to what we think is something we can overcome. I'm not going to let the media, or the public, or the opinions of others affect what I do and how I approach my marriage. Everyone's going to have an opinion. I'm sure there'll be some very strong reactions to what they see and what happens, but ultimately the only person who really lays next to Michael at night and has to have these discussions is me. So, that's that." (more in article and in video)
  • New RHOA star LaToya Ali announced she was getting a divorce in June 2020. She and her husband seem to have since reconciled as they were photographed with Kandi and Todd. (Bossip) Something to watch for this season - we'll see if it's addressed on the show.
  • Lydia McLaughlin Weighs in on the New RHOC Season (bravotv.com) "Lydia still spends lots of time with her RHOC friends Gretchen Rossi, Lizzie Rovsek, and Alexis Bellino. In fact, all three women made an appearance on Glitter Town during a super glam brunch Lydia and Judy threw. Lydia actually sees Gretchen (and her adorable daughter, Skylar Gray) on a weekly basis. “We’re in a bible study together,” Lydia explained. “We’ve grown really close. She’s a wonderful mom, and she loves her little baby, and she’s just dedicated her whole life to Skylar. I’m so proud of her.” When asked how she feels about Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson not returning, Lydia explained, “I felt like it was a long time coming, honestly. I think it’s a good switch-up. I’m excited to see what the cast does.” “I love Vicki, and I ran into her a couple times, and I think it’s good for her. I think she’s ready to leave,” Lydia continued. “She has a successful relationship, she has an engagement. She has a daughter, she’s a grandmother. I think that she has a lot going on. I do know that Tamra…she’s not letting it go. She’s still talking about it. I just feel bad for her, it’s kind of like, OK, you need to move on and do something else. She’s talking about the next season, and I think it’s a little…it sounds pathetic.” There are also two ‘Wives she’s not on great terms with. “Shannon [Storms Beador] and Tamra both have blocked me, so I don’t know what’s going on in their lives,” she said. “I don’t know, maybe they’ve unblocked me now. I haven’t checked lately.” Lydia went on to say that after 15 seasons, she finds it refreshing to meet some fresh faces, as it’s interesting to take a look into the lives of new people who have stories to tell."
  • An Instagram story clip where Kelly Dodd refers to OC as "her show" (Queens of Bravo Twitter)
  • Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn Ward reveals she and her family have contracted coronavirus (Manchester Evening News)
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2020.08.23 23:25 bpdprincess_ Being an adult and wanting to make friends? Hardest thing ever!

Blah so here goes, I am 25 years old, female, British Ghanaian and I live in Kent in the UK. I am currently looking to make friends, someone that one day we can meet up and actually be good/best friends, within the ages of 24 - 28. Pretty lonely in life in the friendship department, I have a partner and that’s it
Likes : I enjoy reading, knitting, brunches, and listening to music. My music taste can range from Arctic Monkeys to Stormzy and to Avenged Sevenfold to Burna Boy (strange I know). I also love pasta, a good Netflix series and ramen noodles! Dislikes: trans/homophobic, racist people, spiders, small spaces and large crowds. Fact about me: I can play the flute and I use to have a pet goat in Ghana :D
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2020.08.23 22:58 bpdprincess_ Being an adult and trying to make friends? Hardest thing ever

Blah so here goes, I am 25 years old, British Ghanaian and I live in Kent in the UK. I am currently looking to make friends, someone that one day we can meet up and actually be good/best friends, within the ages of 24 - 28. Pretty lonely in life in the friendship department, I have a partner and that’s it
Likes : I enjoy reading, knitting, brunches, and listening to music. My music taste can range from Arctic Monkeys to Stormzy and to Avenged Sevenfold (strange I know). I also love pasta, a good Netflix series and ramen noodles! Dislikes: trans/homophobic, racist people, spiders, small spaces and large crowds. Fact about me: I can play the flute and I use to have a pet goat in Ghana :D
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2020.07.27 17:28 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of the letters N-Q in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of the letters N-Q under Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cpis3n/a_brief_rundown_of_the_first_ten_pages_of_jeffrey/).
I also wrote about letters D-F on July 5, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hlrba8/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_df_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters G-I on July 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hqko0y/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_gi_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters J-L on July 15, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hrq9bg/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_jl_of_jeffrey/).
I posted letter M on July 20, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/huw0yt/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_m_in_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Jeffrey-Epsteins-Little-Black-Book-unredacted.pdf
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Nadler, Emanuel: Businessman involved in mortgage companies.
Nagel, Adam: Works at W Nagel, broker and advisor to premier diamond manufacturers, such as De Beers.
Nagel, William: Chairman of W Nagel. Diamond merchant.
Nardi, Dott M Jacope: No info found.
Nastasse, Ilie & Alex: Ilie was one of the best professional tennis players in the ‘70s. He has been accused of inappropriate behavior by Maria Shriver and others, although this refers to classless comments not physical abuse. Ilie is also well-known for his sexual exploits, as it claimed that he has slept with anywhere between 800-900 women. Alexandra is Ilie’s 2nd wife. They were married for 17 years.
Negrete, Jelitza: A Countess and descendant of European nobility (http://www.almanachdegotha.org/id197.html). Her family name is Karolyi. I couldn’t find any more info.
Neil, Andrew: British journalist and broadcaster. Founding Chairman of Sky TV (owned by Murdoch). Also served as Editor for Rupert Murdoch’s The Sunday Times from ‘83-’94. Later became a contributor to The Daily Mail and just recently had his political program cancelled by the BBC.
Neil, Andrew: Same as above.
Newman, Hetty: Second wife of the 7th Earl of Caledon. Now divorced.
Newman, Mr & Mrs John: John is Hetty’s father. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant in the Royal Horse Guards. He later became a businessman and was director of several companies.
Ng, Clive: A media financier and executive.
Niarchos, Constantine: Billionaire son of shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos. Was once married to Alessandra Borghese of Italian papal lineage (and black nobility). He was also romantically linked to Koo Stark, Trinny Woodhall, and Kerry Kennedy (daughter of Bobby Kennedy), all of whom are in Epstein’s ‘black book’. Constantine died of an overdose with enough cocaine in his system to kill 25 men (https://www.theguardian.com/theobserve1999/oct/17/life1.lifemagazine7).
Nickerson, William & Jayne: William seems to be an architect and interior designer. Jayne is a fashion editostylist who is friends with Naomi Campbell (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7645409/Jayne-Pickering-asks-expert-designer-wardrobe-actually-nest-egg.html). Her and William are now divorced.
Nishio, Yoshi: Former Goldman Sachs trader.
Noel, Alix: Socialite married to a wealthy banker. Friend of Allegra Hicks, who has constantly popped up among Epstein’s contacts.
Noel, Hon Thomas: Son of Anthony Noel, 5th Earl of Gainsborough.
Noel, Vanessa: Luxury shoe designer, hotelier, and gallery owner. Many celebrities are clients of hers.
Noha, Cecilia: Possibly meant to be Cecilia Noah, former Miss Sweden (1978).
Noonan, Tim: Tax lawyer.
Nuttall, Harry: Former Formula One driver turned sports marketing entrepreneur.
O’Donnell, Mr Carletto: Financier. Friend of Princess Michael of Kent (King George V’s grandson).
O’Neill, Louis: An American diplomat and attorney. Has worked for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), the Obama administration, the State Department, and as Special Assistant of Russian Affairs for Colin Powell.
Oates, Simon: British actor who died in 2009.
Oates, Tom: Former investment director at BlackRock, an investment management company.
Ojora, Yinka: CEO and/or Director of a number of investing groups in Nigeria.
Olsen, Camille: Friend of Ghislaine Maxwell (https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/leilani-johnson-donna-dcruz-patricia-vel%C3%A1squez-ghislaine-news-photo/1169681661?adppopup=true). Don’t know much else, but she has been photographed at these high society parties fairly frequently.
Omar, Ralph: No info found.
Ong BS & Chritina: Christina is a Singaporean hoteliebusinesswoman who is heavily involved with Club 21 (a luxury fashion brand) and COMO Hotels and Resorts. She runs all of the Armani outlets in Britain, as well as the franchises for Donna Karan, Prada, and Bvlgari. Christina and her husband, Beng Seng, are worth $1.9 billion.
Ong, Melissa: Christina and BS’s daughter.
Oppenheim, Mr Laurie: Oppenheim worked as an executive at Marks and Spencer, a British retail chain, for nearly 30 years. Oppenheim has also served as a Trustee for a children’s charity called… The Honeypot Children’s Charity (https://www.honeypot.org.uk/what-we-do/meet-the-team/#our-trustees) since 1998 (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/laurie-oppenheim-22ab7512?challengeId=AQGP2jc2VAYQXwAAAXN6h0UrQXFHXyzrAP28ks5TK1rXMSHM5kNgtLMIfKERVP65UG0_eg9Az_1EjABS1pQqIpz9a69ZXhKpVw&submissionId=2923537f-6250-2416-4d31-f9585e45dc7b). I wish I was kidding. That’s the actual name. Oppenheim was also one of the attendees of an auction for the children’s charity, KIDS (https://www.tatler.com/gallery/wallace-collection-fundraiser), which is populated with Epstein contacts Rosa Monckton and Liz Hurley, and other high profile people such as David Cameron, Elton John, David Furnish, Cherie Booth, and Cathy Newman. The auction was led by Jacob Rothschild. Other attendees that also appear in Epstein’s contacts include Lady Forte (Allai Forte) and Arpad Busson, one of the potential pedophile ringleaders who I wrote about last year (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cl34ju/arpad_busson_billionaire_businessman_or_possible/).
Oppenheim, Ms Marella: This likely refers to the documentary photographer and former journalist of The Guardian.
Orchard (Vaughn-Edward), Katie: Catherine is a very close friend of Ghislaine Maxwell’s. She allowed Ghislaine to use her address as the business address for the TerraMar Project, a charity that Maxwell created. Catherine also served as Trustee and co-director of the charity (https://www.tatler.com/article/where-on-earth-is-ghislaine-maxwell).
Orlando, Fabrice: CEO of Cocoon Events Management Group, a luxury event planning company based out of Morocco.
Osbourne Rachel: British businesswoman who has served as director for several companies.
Oswald, William & Arabella: William co-founded Twins (https://twins.org.uk/governance/), a children’s charity that “links UK schools with schools in areas hit by natural disasters and/or need, both for practical support and for cultural understanding” (https://twins.org.uk/). William works as a director at several companies, including Keyspace Self Storage, Bluepod Media, and SG Capital Partners. William’s father is the National Hunt racing adviser to the Queen, and before that, the Queen Mother. Arabella is his wife and the daughter of the 6th Marquess of Exeter.
Otto, Beo & Edvige: Not positive. Seems that Edwige works in stock trading in France (if I have the correct person). No info on Beo.
Owen Edmunds, Tom & Kate: Kate is a novelist. Her ex-husband, Tom, is a photographer.
Oxenberg Christina marc Yaggi: Christina is a writer and fashion designer. Her mother is Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia. Her grandparents were Prince Paul of Yugoslavia and Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark. Due to all of the inbreeding between European royals, Christine is a cousin of the Royal Family. Oxenberg used to attend dinner parties at Epstein’s and was also friends with Ghislaine (https://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/tradition/a30222833/christina-oxenberg-instagram-patreon-memoi). Oxenberg intends to talk to the FBI about Epstein and Maxwell (https://www.tatler.com/article/christina-oxenberg-speaks-to-fbi-about-ghislaine-maxwell-and-jeffrey-epstein). Marc Yaggi is Executive Director of Waterkeeper Alliance, where Oxenberg was once a writer.
Paini, Nicole: Nicola is a Managing Partner at Rothschild & Co (https://app.mergerlinks.com/people/nicola-paini).
Palau, Marcia: No info found, although her address indicates that she is wealthy. Cheyne Walk is a street that politicians, musicians, and celebrities have all called home.
Palmer Tomkinson Tara: Socialite and TV personality with tons of A-list contacts. Her family is very close with the Royal Family. Tara was a cocaine addict who eventually died of an ulcer in 2017. Prince Charles was her godfather.
Palumbo, Mr James: Baron Palumbo of Southwark is an entrepreneur and a member of the House of Lords. Co-founder of Ministry of Sound nightclub. Major donor to the Liberal Democrats political party.
Palumbo, Peter: Father of James (above). Baron Palumbo is a property developer who sat on the House of Lords from 1991-2019. Former polo teammate and close friend of Prince Charles until they had a falling out. Confidant of Princess Diana. Godfather of Princess Beatrice of York, the elder daughter of Prince Andrew. Peter denies ever having met Epstein.
Panah-Izadi, Nader & Brigitte: Nader is an investment manager. Brigitte is his wife. Couldn’t find anything else.
Pank, Ms Victoria & Alby Carto: No info found.
Parker, Jackie: Management consultant who sits on the board of several companies. Also the head of global philanthropy for General Motors.
Parsons, Carolina: A Chilean model and model scout who has worked for big name designers. Here she is with her friend, Naomi Campbell (https://twitter.com/caroparsons/status/605883012492886016/photo/1). She can also be seen in a picture with Harvey Weinstein at the bottom of this article (https://www.biobiochile.cl/noticias/espectaculos-y-tv/notas-espectaculos-tv/2020/06/01/carolina-parsons-niega-tajantemente-conocer-a-epstein-tras-aparecer-en-supuesta-lista-de-contactos.shtml), which posts her claims that she never knew Epstein.
Paschan, Elise: Famous poet.
Pashcow, Joel: Real estate magnate. He is a past trustee of the Children’s Medical Center at Long Island Jewish Hospital and trustee at ACLD, a charity for developmentally disabled children and adults. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Palm Beach police and fire foundation (https://www.palmbeachpoliceandfirefoundation.org/joel-m-pashcow-bio). Pashcow has flown on Epstein’s jets (https://i.redd.it/hcfoxsb8feb51.png) and has been to pedo island. In fact, Pashcow appears 8 times(!!) on one this released flight log, including once with his wife (https://archive.org/stream/EpsteinFlightLogsLolitaExpress/Jeffrey-Epstein-Flight-Logs-in-PDF-format_djvu.txt). Epstein has 19 entries for Pashcow in his ‘black book’. Here is Pashcow at the Policeman’s Ball, which Trump frequently hosts at Mar-A-Lago (https://westpalmbeach.floridaweekly.com/articles/10th-annual-policemans-ball-mar-a-lago-club-palm-beach/). Pashcow is a ‘Crystal Sponsor’ of the Palm Beach Police Foundation alongside Donald Trump (https://trustedpartner.azureedge.net/docs/pbpolicefoundation2017/news/PBPF_Newsletter_Winter_Spring_2015_TGOFPNMX.pdf).
Pashcow, Stacey: Joel Pashcow’s daughter. A luxury real estate agent for The Corcoran Group. Here’s Stacey at a Valentino-hosted luncheon. Ghislaine Maxwell was also in attendance (https://guestofaguest.com/new-york/fashion/valentino-whets-appetite-for-food-and-fashion-at-fallwinter-2009-capsule-collection-preview-luncheon).
Pastrana, Andres: Former president of Colombia (1998-2002). His father was president of Colombia from 1970-1974). Pastrana was forced to admit flying on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ after the flight logs were released (https://colombiareports.com/colombias-former-president-on-jeffrey-epsteins-lolita-jet-flight-logbook/). According to this article, Ghislaine Maxwell claims to have flown a Blackhawk helicopter in Colombia and fired a rocket into a terrorist camp (https://observer.com/2002/11/vikram-chatwal-turban-cowboy/). There is no time period for when this supposedly occurred, but it could have happened while Pastrana was president.
Patricof, Alan & Susan: Alan is an investor, venture capitalist, and private equity magnate. Patricof served as the national finance chairman for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign (https://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/20/us/politics/20donor.html?scp=19&sq=alan%20patricof&st=cse). From 1990-2016, the Patricofs donated $1,152,637 to Hillary’s campaigns (https://www.opensecrets.org/pres16/bundlers). Alan is also a trusted friend of Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law (https://www.politico.com/story/2017/06/29/jared-kushner-inner-circle-confidants-240116), proving once again that PARTISANSHIP IS BULLSHIT. THEY ARE ALL CONNECTED. Susan is his 2nd wife. Her brother, Craig Hatkoff, appears in Epstein’s contacts under ‘H’. Alan and Susan’s son, Jonathan, is President of Tribeca Enterprises, the company that owns and operates the Tribeca Film Festival. Their other son, Jamie, is a TV and movie producer. His wife, Kelly Sawyer Patricof, is the co-founder of Baby2Baby (https://baby2baby.org/who-we-are/#team), a children’s charity that helps children (0-12) living in poverty.
Paulson, John: Billionaire hedge fund manager.
Pavoncelli, Cosima & Riccardo: Cosima is a socialite and the daughter of Claus and Sunny von Bulow. Her husband, Riccardo, is an Italian banker.
Pearson Hon Charles: Son of the Third Viscount Cowdray and owner of the 53,000 acre Dunecht estate.
Pease, Simon & Clem: Simon was a successful custodian of the family’s Underley Estate. He was also a High Sheriff of Cumbria. Passed away in 2007. Clementine was his wife.
Pedrini Lorenzo: President and co-partner of Fashion Model Management. Pedrini is former Co-President at Next Management, where he was a partner along with Faith Kates and (alleged) pedophile/accomplice/supplier, Jean-Luc Brunel (https://www.thedailybeast.com/jeffrey-epsteins-ties-to-the-modeling-industry-go-much-deeper-than-victorias-secret).
Pedrini Tito: Jeweller.
Pekeler, Marcus: Communications consultant in Switzerland.
Peltz, Harlan: Co-founder of iBorrow, a private commercial real estate lender. Literally lives around the block from Epstein’s NYC mansion.
Pennell, Mark: Australian movie produceactor.
Perelman, Ronald: Billionaire investor. Perelman hosted a dinner party with Epstein, Bill Clinton, Don Fowler, Don Johnson, and Jimmy Buffett all the way back in 1995, when Clinton was still president (https://www.ntd.com/bill-clinton-dined-with-jeffrey-epstein-in-1995-predating-public-timeline-report_355103.html). Perelman is also a good friend of Donald Trump and has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to his campaign. Lives about a half mile away from Epstein’s NYC mansion.
Petangi, Helsius: Son of Ivo Pitanguy, plastic surgeon to the stars.
Peters, John: Movie producer and former hairdresser. He produced Superman Returns (2006), which was directed by (alleged) sexual abuser Bryan Singer. In 2011, Peters had to pay a former assistant $3.3 million after finding that she was sexually harassed during production of Superman Returns. Peters married Pamela Anderson earlier this year, but they separated after 12 days.
Peterson, Holly: Journalist, novelist, and producer for ABC News. Friends with CNN host (and brother of Governor Andrew Cuomo) Chris Cuomo’s wife (https://pagesix.com/2014/08/22/more-than-1m-in-jewels-on-display-at-hamptons-tea-party/). This is the 2nd connection to the Cuomos in Epstein’s contacts. He has Andrew Cuomo and ex-wife Kerry Kennedy listed as well. Ghislaine attended a party to celebrate one of Holly’s books (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/ghislaine-maxwell-caryn-zucker-peter-brown-and-barbara-news-photo/1169681635?adppopup=true).
Peterson, Riki: Not enough info. Best guess is an investment banker of the same name.
Pham Linh-Dan + Andrew: Linh-Dan is a Vietnamese actress. Her husband, Andrew, is an investment banker.
Picasso, Olivier & Alice: Olivier is the grandson of Pablo Picasso. Alice is an actress and Olivier’s former fiance.
Picciotto, Michael: Vice-Chairman at Engels & Volkers AG, a real estate firm. Former head of global financial activities for UBP, a Swiss private bank owned by Picciotto’s family.
Pickering, Jane & William: Jayne is a very famous fashion editor. William is her ex-husband.
Pignatelli, Frederico: An Italian prince whose family has “aristocratic ties to Pope Innocenzo XII” (https://federicopignatelli.com/). President, owner, and founder of Pier 59 Studios, the world’s largest photo studio complex. Federico was once accused of sexual harassment by his former assistant, but he was acquitted (https://nymag.com/intelligence2010/08/photography_studio_head_federi.html). Pignatelli also has his own modeling agency which is headed by Brunella Casella, the woman responsible for launching the career of scumbag Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, and others (https://wwd.com/fashion-news/fashion-scoops/industry-model-management-new-york-office-10505934/).
Pigozzi, Jean: Heir to the CEO of Simca, a French automaker. Pigozzi is also a photographer and fashion designer. Pigozzi regularly attends The Billionaires’ Dinner (https://www.edge.org/the-billionaires-dinner), where he has been pictured with Paul Allen and Princess Olga of Greece. Other regular attendees include Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Sergey Brin, John Brockman, Matt Groening (creator of The Simpsons and pervert who received a foot massage from 16 year old Virginia Giuffre), and Rupert Murdoch. Pigozzi lived about a mile away from Epstein in NYC. Pigozzi is also a good friend of Ghislaine Maxwell’s (https://www.patrickmcmullan.com/photo/1539229).
Pittman, Bob & Veronique: Robert is a co-founder of MTV and CEO of MTV Networks. He has also been CEO and/or COO of other big companies such as AOL Time Warner, Clear Channel, iHeartMedia, Six Flags Theme Parks, Quantum Media, and Century 21 Real Estate. Pittman has partied with Ghislaine Maxwell, Katie Ford (read my D-F thread for more on her), and Andre Balazs (https://pagesix.com/2007/04/28/arboreal-fashion/). Pittman has also been the Director of the One to One Foundation, a charity that works with underprivileged children (https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/business/1998/02/15/aols-man-with-a-mission/2e4d88f1-288e-4aa5-86b4-acf68b353954/). His home address and work address are both about a mile from Epstein’s NYC mansion. Veronique is his wife.
Pittman, Sandy: Former wife of Robert Pittman (above). Sandy is an avid mountain climber. She is allegedly responsible for the death of eight people while climbing Mount Everest, as depicted in the Jake Gyllenhaal movie, Everest (https://nypost.com/2015/09/17/socialite-everest-climber-speaks-out-im-no-villain/). Sandy supposedly refused to stop climbing until they reached a top. A blizzard blasted the mountain, killing eight members of the party.
Plepler, Richard: Former Chairman and CEO of HBO. Good friend of Peggy Siegal, the well-known publicist who acted as Epstein’s plug. More on her at a later time.
Plouvier, Diane & Denis: Denis is the owner of Trousseau linen company (https://www.denisplouvier.fblank). No info found on Diane.
Podolsky, Jeffrey: Writeeditor of such publications as Tatler (again!), People Magazine, Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Magazine, and George. Lives about a ½ kilometer away from Epstein’s NYC mansion. Has been photographed with several Epstein associates (Peggy Siegal, Carol Mack, India Hicks, and others.
Polk, George: Financial analyst who served on the Council of Foreign Relations with Epstein. Polk is also a member of the World Economic Forum.
Polii, Edoardo: Powerboat champion and textile entrepreneur.
Polu, Emmanuelle: Financier at La Nef. Ghislaine Maxwell’s cousin.
Polu: Isabelle: Former head of marketing at Microsoft. Became a translator specializing in psychology. Sister of Emmanuelle and cousin of Ghislaine.
Polu, Clary: “Marketing director of Lycos and Meetic, wife of the "startup" Christophe Schaming, co-shareholder of Winamax, the online betting company co-founded by the mysterious passenger of the Lolita Express Nicole Junkermann” (http://faitsetdocuments.com/articles.html).
Porrin Ivanisevic: No info found, but the work phone number listed traces back to Globana Media Group, a printing, publishing, and multimedia group.
Porter, Pliny: Movie producer. Close friend of Julia Roberts.
Porthault, Emmanuele: No info found.
Porthault, Mr & Mrs: Marc Porthault runs the family linen business, D Porthault. Marc’s parents founded the company. Clients include Bill Gates, Woody Allen, the Mellons, and the Kennedys. Marc’s wife, Isabelle, is the head of human resources of Chanel in Europe.
Porthault, Pascal: No info found.
Porthault, Remi & Isabel: Remi is the marketing director and president of the U.S. subsidiary of D Porthault linens.
Poster, Meryl: Former President of Television at The Weinstein Company. Before that, she was Co-President of Production for Miramax Films. A phone number connected to Meryl Poster was found in Epstein co-conspirator Sarah Kellen’s phone records on October 3, 2005. The call lasted one minute (https://www.thedailybeast.com/jeffrey-epsteins-hollywood-pipeline-ran-straight-to-harvey-weinstein). Meryl is pictured here with Ghislaine Maxwell (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/ghislaine-maxwell-meryl-poster-and-caryn-zucker-attend-news-photo/1169681625).
Potter, Muffie: Socialite and former executive at Van Cleef & Arpels, a watch company. Married to famed plastic surgeon, Sherrell Aston. She has been photographed with Ghislaine and Peggy Siegal at various events.
Prestin, Electra: Former vice president of merchandising for Ralph Lauren and co-founder of Adam & Eve clothing company. Her father, Lewis T. Preston, was chairman of J.P. Morgan and president of the World Bank (appointed by George H.W. Bush). Her great-grandfather was newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer, whom the Pulitzer Prize is named after. Another great-grandfather of hers was a partner in the Standard Oil Company of John D. Rockefeller.
Prevost, Catherine: Fashion designer.
Price, Charles H. II: Banking CEO who served as U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1981-1983) and U.S. Ambassador to the U.K. (1983-1989) during the Reagan administration. Price was also on the boards of The New York Times (1989-2002), Texaco (1989-2001), Sprint (1989-1995), British Airways (1989-1996), and other companies.
Price, Judy: Founder of Avenue, a magazine about New York City.
Princess Firyal: Jerusalem-born Jordanian princess who was once married to Prince Muhammad bin Talal. Firyal was named an UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador in 1992. Princess Firyal launched the International Hope Foundation in 1994 for the benefit of homeless and street children. Firyal holds positions with several museums (The Louvre, The Tate, MOMA, and Guggenheim), as well as positions with Columbia University, New York Public Library, United Nation Association, and International Rescue Committee.
Pritzker, Nick: Real estate and venture entrepreneur. Comes from a massively wealthy family who made their money in chewing tobacco. Former president of Hyatt Hotels. Major investor in SpaceX, Tesla, and Uber. Cousin of Thomas (below).
Pritzker, Thomas: Billionaire heir and executive chairman of Hyatt Hotels. Cousin of Governor J.B. Pritzker of Illinois. Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre named Pritzker as one of the men she had to have sex with (https://www.tampabay.com/breaking-news/jeffrey-epstein-is-gone-but-allegations-against-powerful-associates-linger-20190810/). Pritzker’s name appears twice on Epstein’s flight logs (https://archive.org/stream/EpsteinFlightLogsLolitaExpress/Jeffrey-Epstein-Flight-Logs-in-PDF-format_djvu.txt). Pritzker is listed as one of the people who has knowledge of Maxwell and Epstein’s sexual trafficking conduct and interaction with underage minors (https://www.the-sun.com/news/778758/jeffrey-epstein-enablers-named-sex-trafficking-underage-victims/). Epstein has 12 phone numbers - including an emergency contact number - and two home addresses listed under Pritzker’s name. What’s even creepier is that there is a subtitle under his name that reads “Numero Uno”. Usually when Epstein adds a subtitle under someone’s name, it indicates what company they work for or a relationship of some kind (ex: X’s husband or Y’s friend). The fact that ‘Numero Uno’ is the subtitle under Pritzker’s name is unsettling, to say the least.
Propp, Rodney: Real estate tycoon known for holding onto properties until neighborhoods gentrify.
Prunier Christy & David Doss: Doss, David & Christy Prunier: David Doss has worked as producer and/or executive producer on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Oprah in Africa, Primetime (with Diane Sawyer), Anderson Cooper 360, and Live PD. Doss now serves as senior VP of news programming for Al Jazeera America. Christy Prunier is a former Hollywood exec and founder of the Willa brand of beauty products.
Pucci, Laudomia: Daughter of fashion icon, Emilio Pucci. Works as Image Director for the eponymous company.
Puig Marc: Chief executive and president of Puig, a fragrance and fashion company.
Puig Taria: No info found.
Puopolo, Sonia: Author and inspirational speaker. Former communications director of Haute Living, a luxury lifestyle magazine. Her mother died on 9/11 when the airplane she was on crashed into the World Trade Center. Her mother’s close friend, Hillary Clinton, read the eulogy at her funeral (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2497916/Wedding-ring-9-11-victim-Clinton-family-friend-1-6-million-tons-Ground-Zero-rubble-provide-hope-daughter-died-hit-run-decade-later.html).
Puttnam, David: British film producer, educator, and member of the House of Lords. Puttnam was friends with Princess Diana before her passing.
Pymont, Chris: One of the top lawyers in Britain.
Quartucci, Alan: Founder of North Shore Bloodstock and North Shore Insurance, thoroughbred bloodstock companies that provide equine insurance, consulting services, racehorse management, and more.
Quinn, Topper: Investment banker who founded a couple of consulting firms.
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2020.07.11 03:03 autotldr Wild bison to return to UK for first time in 6,000 years

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Wild bison are to return to the UK for the first time in 6,000 years, with the release of a small herd in Kent planned for spring 2022.
Paul Hadaway, from Kent Wildlife Trust, said: "The Wilder Blean project will prove that a wilder, nature-based solution is the right one to tackle the climate and nature crisis we now face. Using missing keystone species like bison to restore natural processes to habitats is the key to creating bio-abundance in our landscape."
The steppe bison is thought to have roamed the UK until about 6,000 years ago, when hunting and changes in habitat led to its global extinction.
The project, funded by the People's Postcode Lottery Dream Fund, will cover 500 hectares, with the bison first placed in a 150-hectare area where there are no right-of-way footpaths.
"The partners in the Kent project have long dreamed of restoring the true wild woodlands that have been missing from England for too long," said Paul Whitfield, of Wildwood Trust, the native species conservation charity that will ensure the welfare of the bison.
There are already a small number of European bison in the UK in zoos or wildlife parks, but these are not free-living.
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2020.07.09 17:57 willjamesc [Unsolved murders] The murders of Alan Leppard and Brenda Long: April & December 1991

The original, archived post can be found here.
Ramsgate, Kent & Whitstable, Kent, UK
From the original post (credit to u/absolute_boy):
On April 1 1991, 43-year-old surveyor Alan Leppard was shot in the chest by a 12-bore shotgun on the doorstep of his Monkton village home, near Kent, England, UK. He was found in a pool of blood by his partner, Brenda Long, 42.
Several witnesses reported seeing a large white Cadillac-style American car in the village at the time of Alan’s murder. Three weeks before the crime, two men were seen in a nearby pub asking about Alan; police released e-fits of the men at the time but I have been unable to locate them online.
Following Alan’s murder Brenda moved to a flat in Whitstable, on the north coast of Kent. Some sources state she was last seen alive by her sister on Christmas Day, who also spoke to her the next day. Others say she was last seen on Boxing Day by a man known as ‘Mr Hibbert’, a former boyfriend.
Two days later, Brenda was found dead in the bathtub of her home. A suicide note was found by her body and an empty packet of pills was floating in the water.
While authorities initially believed Brenda had taken her own life, a part mortem revealed she had been drugged with diethal ether, and had suffered bruising to her nose and mouth, likely where an ether-soaked cloth was forced over her face, causing her to fall unconscious. She was then drowned. The pathologist said she suffered ‘a deliberate and violent assault’. The coroner handed down a verdict of ‘unlawful killing’, and called Brenda’s death “one of the strangest and most disturbing cases I have dealt with for some time”.
No suspects have ever been identified in the murders of both Alan and Brenda, and no motive has ever been produced. While there were rumours of a contract killing at the time, police have stated on more than one occasion that they had no reason to believe the couple were involved in any sort of criminality. Alan was described by locals as ‘a normal sort of bloke’, while Brenda was apparently very popular.
Linked below are images taken from national and local newspapers - The Isle of Thanet Gazette and Thanet Times - retrieved from among the many microfiche at Margate Library two summers ago. The murders remain unsolved, despite appeals for witnesses by Kent Police.
Also included, as requested in the original, archived post, is the eFit composite image of the gunman in the original murder.
The image gallery can be found here.
The Alan Leppard murder has always been of interest to me, as I both live locally, and was taught at primary school by the cottage's new owner, something we've discussed frequently in the 20+ years since. Brenda Long's murder, however, was unknown to me until I read u/absolute_boy*'s original post.*
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2020.07.03 08:58 Beren- Q2 2020 Letters & Reports

Investment Firm Date Posted
Blackrock Midyear Outlook July 3
Epoch Partners - Capital Markets Outlook July 3
JPMorgan Guide to the Markets July 3
Logica Funds - Talking Your Book About Value III July 3
Andaz July 6
NZS Capital July 6
Tollymore Partners July 7
Elliot Management - Crown Castle Letter July 7
Elliot Management - Crown Castle Presentation July 7
Lindsell Train July 8
Vltava Fund July 8
Bill Nygren July 9
Lazard - Outlook on EM July 9
MPE Capital July 9
Oakmark Funds July 9
Palm Valley Capital July 9
JDP Capital July 10
Massif Capital July 10
Akre Focus Funds July 13
Andvari July 13
Baron Funds July 13
Giverny Capital July 13
McLain Capital July 13
Bill Miller July 14
Blue Orca Capital - Short China Feihe July 14
Desert Lion July 14
GMO White Paper on Profit Margins July 14
Silver Ring Partners July 14
Wedgewood Partners July 14
Bill Gross - The Real Deal July 15
David Capital July 15
Rowan Street July 15
Upslope Capital July 15
Argosy Investors July 17
Distillate Capital July 17
IAC July 17
1Main Capital July 21
Citron Research - LRN July 21
Curreen Capital July 21
East Coast AM 2009 - 2015 July 21
Forager Funds July 21
GMO Emerging Markets July 21
Hirschmann Capital July 21
Polen Capital Focus Growth July 21
Polen Capital Global Growht July 21
Steel City Capital July 21
TGV Partners Fund July 21
Third Avenue Real Estate July 21
Third Avenue Small Cap Value July 21
Third Avenue Value Fund July 21
Verdad - The Bubble 500 July 21
Harding Loevner July 23
Nomadic Value July 23
Pzena July 23
Summers Value July 23
Weitz July 23
Boyar Value July 24
Maran Capital July 24
Tao Value July 24
Whitebrook Capital July 24
Canterbury Tollgate July 27
Ensemble Fund July 27
Greenhaven Road July 27
Horizon Kinetics July 27
Laughing Water Capital July 27
Old West Management July 27
Euclidean July 28
Miller Income Strategy July 28
Miller Opportunity Equity July 28
Miller Value July 28
Alluvial Capital July 29
Bonsai Partners July 29
Greystone Capital July 29
JDP Capital July 29
Pabrai Funds July 29
Spree Capital Advisors July 29
AltaFox Capital August 3
Arquitos Capital August 3
Baupost Group August 3
Donville Kent August 3
Evermore Global August 3
Fairholme Funds August 3
First Eagle August 3
Gator Capital August 3
Lakewood Capital August 3
Saga Partners August 4
Goehring & Rozencwajg August 5
Greenlight Capital August 5
Aikya August 6
Artko Capital August 6
Bluehawk Investment Group August 6
Emeth Value August 6
Howard Marks Memo - Time for Thinking August 6
Salt Light Capital August 6
Tweedy Browne August 6
Third Point Capital August 7
Coho Capital August 10
Bonhoeffer Capital August 11
Lightsail Capital August 11
Askeladden Capital August 12
Hayden Capital August 12
James Montier - Reasons Not to be Cheerful August 13
Jcapital Research - Starr Surgical August 13
Culper Research - Short Thesis on Blink Charging August 20
Greenwood Investors August 20
Mittleman Brothers August 20
RF Capital August 20
Superstring Capital August 20
TGV Intrinsic Fund August 20
Willow Oak Funds August 20
Broyhill August 21
Rhizome Partners August 26
Spruce Point - Short Thesis on GFL Environmental August 26
Citron Research - Fluidigm August 31
Grizzly Reports - Short Thesis on LexinFintech August 31
Pershing Square Capital August 31
Chou Funds September 8
Altafox Capital - Makings of a Multibagger September 13
JPM Guide to Alternatives September 13
Citron Research - Nautilus September 14
Greenhaven Partners Fund September 14
JCapital Research - Northern Dynasty September 14
Horos Asset Management September 14
SRK Capital September 20
Bonitas Research - Short Thesis on Huazhu September 22
Citron Research - Short Thesis on Nano-X Imaging September 22
Muddy Waters - Short Thesis on Nano-X Imaging September 22
Interviews & Lectures Date Posted
Ray Dalio - Bloomberg July 8
Greg Jensen - Bridgewater July 9
Charlie Munger July 10
Janet Yellen July 15
Sam Zell on REITs July 15
Josh Friedman July 17
Ensemble Capital - Market Update July 21
Invest Like the Best - Charlie Songhurst July 21
Howard Marks - CFA Society Chile August 3
Gavin Baker - AI Tailwind for Semiconductors August 3
Howard Marks Bloomberg August 7
Beeneet Kothari August 17
Joel Greenblatt August 20
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2020.06.26 18:13 youto2 House Party 6/22/2020 - Part One

The scene opens with a tracksuit-wearing Santiago Martínez, making his way to the venue with a gym bag over his shoulder. He waves at someone standing by the backstage door, revealed by a camera pan to be his partner, Hugo Ironblood.
Ironblood: Are you always this late? The show's about to start!
Martínez: Kinda, to be honest. How's it going?
After a quick dap, Hugo opens the door and out comes Chad Hammocks, looking more disheveled than usual.
Hammocks: Oh, there you are! Ladies and gentlemen, my guests tonight are-
Martínez: Hey hey hey, I thought we were teammates! What's up with this serious interviewer B.S.?
Ironblood: You could've said "Hello", you know.
Hammocks: I'm sorry you guys, but I didn't have a segment last week and I think I might be having serious content withdrawals!
Martínez: Oh, shit. I know what you mean by that! Go ahead, go ahead.
Hammocks: Well, I'm glad to see you. So are you ready for tonight's match?
Ironblood: OOOOOOHHHHHHH HELL YEAH WE ARE! Trust me, Chad, we're not just ready, we're gonna dominate the competition!
Martínez: You're damn right, Hugo! Just 'cause we aren't acting like we're the next champs after beating a team with a 70 year old in it doesn't mean that we aren't the most powerful, innovative and the most united team in WiR right now!
Hammocks: Where's Cam'ron, though?
Martínez: I don't have a clue. But that's past the point. What you need to know is that we have a carefully prepared strategy to win tonight and bring home not just a dub, but a dub and a doink.
Hammocks: Oh, really?
Martínez: Don't even doubt it for a second. Here's the game plan, Hugo starts things off with a Bang, a couple of slams here and there, Bing Bang Boom, he lets a tag happen, Bing Bang Boom, he continues to put pressure on those fuckers, Bing Bang Boom, and then I get tagged in to double down!
Chad turns towards Sparky, who rolls his eyes.
Martínez: Bing bang boom, whatever.
Chad smiles.
Hammocks: Well, I'm glad to hear you have a plan set up already. So, whether you win or lose tonight, what's next for you guys?
Ironblood: We're still figuring out some things, but I feel like everyone watching will be pleasantly surprised.
Hammocks: Oh, yes! That's great! Have you finally chosen a name?
Ironblood: No.
He looks down in disappointment.
Hammocks: Ohhh. What about you, Santiago? I know you were interested in the GiGi $1500 Patreon Match!
Martínez: I was, and I still am, but I haven't heard anything from those folks. I made a counter offer and all that, but it's been nothing but crickets so far. Maybe I still have a shot!
Ironblood: That match's in like 10 minutes, Santi.
Martínez: Alright, don't get your hopes up. It is what it is, I would've taken that W anyways, so at least it's a bit more mysterious now. It sucks, it would've made some killer content, but what else can you do?
Ironblood: I guess.
Hammocks: Now do you feel threatened about someone else now going for the title of WiR's #1 content creator?
Martínez: What? No! There's no competition, Chadderino! As the 77th largest Just Chatting streamer in the entire world, I am beyond pleased when I see others succeed in their platforms. So there's no real competition, there's a lot of variety, and that's pretty poggers if you ask me...
Hammocks: Hey, that's a very good take.
Martínez: I mean: There are certain streamers who aren't very talented or innovative, and basically just survive out of the goodwill of some disgustingly obsessive simps... And then there's GiGi, whose content I'm not familiar with.
Hammocks: Oh, of course. But I wasn't talking about her, I was talking about someone who's just getting started: WiR's own Stephen Romero!
Martínez: Romero? Really? Romero. Romero! Hahahaha…
Hugo looks a bit confused by the weird laughter.
Hammocks: Yes, why are you laughing? I think he could do a good job!
Martinez: Romero, parcero, Coursera, dinero, elotero. Who cares, Chad? #WhoCare. Do you care, Chad? Well, you shouldn't care about that prick. This ain't about how good will he do, this is about who he really is: I offered to take some time, some of my time to help him out with his e-boy nonsense feud and he blew me off! I was ready to take time off my streams, the thing that gets me the big ones, to teach someone who clearly needs help, yet he tossed me aside like I was the second coming of Scotty Apocalypse. Well, fuck him.
Hammocks: Woaaahhh... Let's not go there, shall we?
Martínez: Nah, that's precisely where we need to go, OK? If he wants to do things on his own and crash and burn, that's one thing, he can fuck himself up. But going out there saying that I'm not trustworthy and that he wouldn't want to "be associated" with me, that's a completely different story. That's fucking with my career, with my friends and with the people who've supported me!
Hammocks: I don't think he meant it like that, Sparky...
Chad tries to pivot to something else, but Sparky cuts him short.
Martínez: So, if he wants to start some shit, well, I'm ready to go. If anyone out here wants the smoke, I'll be ready. I am a fighter, Chad, I was born to do this, and with Gayniversary just around the corner, you'll see what I can do. Tonight's just CAS, on Sunday, I don't give a shit who it'll be, the result will be the same. Goodbye.
Sparky storms out of the scene. Hugo just stands there awkwardly.
Ironblood: Sorry it went a bit out of control there. I don't know if it's a good segue to the rest of the show...
Hammocks: Technically it's still better content than that Zoom call, although that's not a very high bar if I'm being honest.
We then cut right into the ring, coming to you live from Veterans Memorial Colliseum in Evansville, Indiana, as we have a raucous, excited crowd on hand tonight, before we cut to our commentary team!
Paisner: Hello everyone, and welcome to the final show before Gayniversary! I’m Allen Paisner-
Woodbridge: And i’m Mark Woodbridge.
Paisner: And what a show we have tonight! We have Coup d’Etat in action facing their toughest challenge yet in SPECIALIST, in a match with potential tag title scene implications! We will also see Santiago’s stable in action together for the first time as he and Ironblood team with one another, and in our main event, we have old v new as Dover seeks to prove his efficiencies in the match-up! But first, we have our opener coming up, where we send it to Javier in the ring to cover!
Babaganoush: The following contest is scheduled for ONE FALL with a 30-minute time limit and is GIGI’S TOP TIER PATRON MATCH! Refereeing is Mia So Hung!
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
GiGi walks up to the ring in cosplay as Popuko, and now the crowd’s mood gets less pleasant.
Babaganoush: Please welcome your guest ring announcer… GIGI!
Crowd: BOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Paisner: Bit of a split over this one.
Woodbridge: Right - every fan wants to see this action… but it’s still sponsored by GiGi.
Paisner: We technically don’t know who won the drawing for this match, you know. We’ll just be finding out the participants now.
GiGi: Hello to all of my fans and subscribers, and to the lovely people at my sponsor Hobbylink Japan! Introducing first…
“Mirror, Mirror” plays and out walks a debuting Ayane Nobunaga, backed up and holding hands with her tag team partner, Mina Auralere. They hug on the ramp and Ayane continues up to the ring, face determined even though her body language is unsure. The crowd gives her a warm reception.
Paisner: Well, that’s unexpected!
Woodbridge: Yeah! That’s one of your new signings, right?
Paisner: Right, that’s Ayane Nobunaga of Moonlight & Magma, a great young female tag team out of Canada… didn’t really take her for a GiGi fan though!
GiGi: ...From Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, weighing in at 135 INSPIRING pounds, she is representing Moonlight & Magma… AYANE! NOBUNAGA!
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
GiGi: And her opponent…
Now “GFY” hits the stereo and it’s Kaitlyn Casey Jones who bursts from behind the curtain! The fans cheer loudly as she gladhands and runs up to the ring, doing her blown mind taunt on the steps before hopping in, full of confidence, sidling up close to GiGi.
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! KCJ! KCJ! KCJ!
Paisner: That, though - less unexpected.
Woodbridge: Too true! Kait’s been making her affection for GiGi clear lately. It’s well known she likes girls, and one might say she’s been si--
Paisner: None of that, that’s slanderous, Mark.
GiGi: ...from Cardiff, Wales, weighing in at 200 LUSCIOUS pounds… KAITLYN! CASEY! JONES!
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
The two stare down, Ayane struggling to not avert her eyes, as Mia checks them both over, and, with the ref satisfied, the bell rings!
DING DING DING!
They go right in for the collar-and-elbow tie-up and Ayane has little chance against the much greater size and strength of Kait, who immediately forces her into a corner. Kait rears back to strike - Ayane drops down and rolls forward, aiming for Kait’s legs - Kait leapfrogs to avoid the takedown - Ayane reaches up and gives her a deep sunset flip and pins!
Crowd: WHOAAAAAAAAAAA!
Woodbridge: SUNSET ROLLUP THROUGH THE LEGS!
Paisner: An immediate flash pin and Kait HAS to be off-guard!
1!
2!
NO!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Woodbridge: Definitely a joshi-inspired technique there and it ALMOST paid off…
Kait kicks out and springs to her feet, whipping Ayane into the corner and charging in with a clothesline, which stuns Ayane, but she blocks the followup punch. Ayane shakes off and begins to give Kait a flurry of jabs to the chest and head, but Kait is able to shake most of the peppering punches off. Undeterred, Ayane begins to apply a headlock to her larger opponent - but Kait rolls her out of the corner and onto the mat with a crisp kneeling arm drag! Rolling through, Kait follows up with a pickup and then a front powerslam and covers…
1!
NO!
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
Paisner: KCJ taking the initiative early on here, and if she can rely on her power for this whole contest, she’ll have the match in the bag.
Woodbridge: Damn right, it just doesn’t look like Ayane has the build to go muscle for muscle with Kait! She’ll have to change up the match in order to win.
Recovering, Ayane dusts off and Kait motions her in for the lockup again. It looks like it’ll go the same way again, with Kait easily overpowering Ayane - but Ayane shows her hand speed by immediately pulling Kait in for a crisp headlock! She transitions behind Kait, and begins to wrap her throat and shoulder with her arms…
Woodbridge: Early sleeper attempt -
Kait struggles out and turns around, trying to throw a clothesline - Ayane immediately locks her wrist! She tries to duck behind Kait again with the arm trapped but Kait, sensing something is coming, wrenches her own arm away with a wince. She blasts Ayane with a quick kick to the gut and as she doubles over Kait front facelocks her and hooks her leg, looking for a fisherman suplex - she won’t let her have it so Kait keeps the leg hooked and drives her back for a cradle DDT!
Crowd: OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! / YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
She pins and Mia counts…
1!
2!
NO!
Crowd: WOOOOOOOOOO!
Paisner: And Kait’s finally truly where she prefers to be - hitting big power moves!
Woodbridge: I remember getting hit with a cradle DDT just like that one 20 years ago. It was by Hank “Not That One” Williams and…
Paisner: Tell me later, because look at what Kait’s setting up after that kickout!
Kait has gotten back to her feet and crouches down, rocking her weight from side to side as Ayane rolls to her hands and knees and prepares to stand up - then she blasts Ayane on the neck with a scissors kick!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Woodbridge: UNDER THE KNIFE!
Paisner: KCJ just UNLOADING on the rookie Ayane! This match could be over very soon at this pace!
Another cover…
1!
2!
NO!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Paisner: BUT AYANE KICKS OUT!
Woodbridge: You wanna know what fighting spirit is? This is a pretty good example, right here.
Ayane gets her shoulder up in time, wincing and rubbing her neck, but gritting her teeth to get through it - she stands up unsteadily and Kait is ready and throws a clothesline - Ayane blocks with both hands! Kait pulls her hand back to throw a right cross - Ayane catches the wrist - Kait breaks the hold again and steps back, giving Ayane enough space to nail Kait with a dropkick that floors her!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Woodbridge: Beautiful counters! BEAUTIFUL DROPKICK!
Paisner: Ayane may be able to turn this thing around after all!
She falls to the mat and hooks Kait’s leg -
1!
NO!
Crowd: AWWWWWWWWWWWWW…
Paisner: Only a one-count, Kait much tougher than that…
But the momentum is on Ayane’s side now! She batters the now-kneeling Kait with shoot kicks to the chest - then she makes a break for the ropes and comes off with a running roundhouse - she absolutely nails it, but collapses to the ground! With Ayane unable to cover right away, she just focuses on getting her wind back while Kait rolls around on the mat trying to recover - after a few more seconds Ayane wills herself to throw a bicycle kick at the rising Kait, but Kait parries it aside and grabs and lifts Ayane. However, the only throw she can manage is a quick front powerslam, and, knowing that won’t be enough, takes a deep breath, jumps up, and goes for an elbow drop - AYANE SPRINGS TO HER FEET! She catches Kait and PLANTS her with a belly-to-back suplex, and bridges!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! AYANE! AYANE! AYANE!
Paisner and Woodbridge: Holy SHIT!
Woodbridge: And that’s a valid pin!
1!
2!
NO!
Crowd: AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW…
Paisner: Ayane surprised Kait there once again and that bridge was textbook-perfect. Nothing against KCJ but I would have loved to see Ayane win her debut like that.
Woodbridge: Right? It woulda been earned.
Both women sit straight up, obviously coursing with adrenaline, and scramble to their feet, going in for a lockup one last time - Ayane tries to duck around KCJ for a sleeper again but Kait is ready and blasts her with a back elbow! She turns around and slaps a front facelock on Ayane with practiced ease, and Kait hits her with a snap DDT in no time… she doesn’t cover, though, and makes a run for it…
Crowd: OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH…
Paisner: I think I know what’s coming…
...Kait comes off the ropes and smashes into the kneeling Ayane with a running knee strike!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Woodbridge: KNEE HAO! THAT’LL DO IT!
1!
2!
3!
DING DING DING!
Crowd: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Babaganoush: Here is your winner, by pinfall -
GiGi his the ring and snatches Javier’s mic away.
GiGi: - at a time of 5 minutes 22 seconds, and the winner of the Top Tier Patron Challenge… one of WiR’s two greatest feminist icons, KAITLYN! CASEY! JONES!
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
“GFY” plays again as Kait looks sweaty but triumphant and Ayane tries to put on a brave face but buries her head in her hands - but nobody’s leaving the ring. Now Kait takes the microphone…
Kaitlyn: GiGi… I just have to say… first, thank you so absolutely much for the opportunity, but second… I don’t want the money.
Crowd: murmurs
Paisner: What’s this about? I’m not sure I understand why she’s--
Woodbridge: Well, there was another prize. One that would appeal more to a si--
Kaitlyn: I think you should give that back to Ayane instead. In fact, you should refund whatever she paid in full… she gave her everything today, and she earned it back.
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
Paisner: See, Mark? She’s just being noble about this. You should have bit your tongue when you were about to call her a…
Kaitlyn: Because more than anyone else possibly could, I understand that $1500 a month is a bargain for the chance to be at your side.
Paisner:
Woodbridge:
GiGi: It’s a deal. I’ll be hiring Ayane… but also keeping you, my number 1 VIP patron and bodyguard for life.
The two embrace passionately with Ayane, standing in the corner, looking alternately relieved and like she’d rather be anywhere else. She turns to the back, wistfully, as though she really wants Mina’s guidance.
Crowd: BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Woodbridge: I KNEW I SMELLED A SIMP! Kait is selling out everything she stood for, and for what? A few feet pics and a vial of bathwater?!
Paisner: I can already tell this is a dark moment for WiR, Woodbridge.
Under the rain of boos, GiGi and Kait leave the ring together, but Ayane, left alone, manages a determined stance and a fist in the air for the people, which garners her cheers as she goes to the back.
We open to see two huge industrial doors guarded by unknown, black clad men, seemingly unfazed by the Evansville heat. The camera pans around and we see Kyle Scott, shouting, as the audio fades in.
Kyle: -is ours now!
Security Guard: Sir this property belongs to Mr. Malcolm White and we're gonna have to ask you, for the sixth time, please leave.
Kyle: Who the hell is Malcolm White!
Just as Kyle turns to leave through the doors he sees a familiar face, but one that doesn't belong in a place like this, as ginger curls enter the frame the doors slam shut and Kyle walks back to the car park. He begins to unlock the doors of his van as a voice rings out from the back of it.
???: Must be pretty annoying huh?
Kyle: What?
Kyle moves to the back of the van, only to find a tape recorder playing.
???: New faces, old faces, really old faces. Feeling like you're the only person who can see what's going on? Don't worry, you're not. You're right, in fact, always have been. The guy you saw in there? That was "Brother Senior Deacon", Paisner was with him too. It's a sick game they play, they want you to think they're hiding from you, but they're not. You know what you saw, and they know you know what you saw. It's gaslighting, plain and simple. Thing is, you already have the sol-
The tape cuts off, Kyle fumbles with the machine to turn it over, only to be met with the chorus of 5 Million Ways to Kill a C.E.O by The Coup playing on repeat. Kyle finally heads back to his van door, he sits down and turns on the ignition. Gonzo the pony rears his head at the sound of the engine starting, so to does Kyle, and there he sees a note attached to his windscreen.
1437 VINE STREET, CINCINATTI - JUNE 27TH, 7PM
We open our next scene, as we see Stephen Romero backstage, walking up to the locker room. Opening the door, as Romero walks in. As he calls out in the room-
Romero: Hello? I heard you were here.
As Romero calls out to this person, we see someone sitting alone, seemingly lost in thought until they hear Romero. The person then turns their head to look at Romero, as we now see they are none other than Brendan Byrne. Byrne looks up at Romero, as Romero continues to speak.
Romero: Do you have time? I have something i’d like to discuss.
Byrne: Sure, what is it?
Romero: I’ve got a proposition for you, I think you’ll want to hear me out.
Romero then grabs a chair, and sits in front of Byrne, Byrne waiting to hear Romero out.
Romero: So, we have all these partnerships going up around us yes? The man who took your title in Kyle Scott leading his Vanguard, the men who helped cost you that in Maverick and Krieger part of CMC, not to mention Balandran’s crew who i’ve had my own issues with. There’s a lot of bad men coming together, bad men who may have you in their sights.
Byrne: Indeed, I figure I don’t need to make a wild guess to know what you’re getting at here?
Romero: Indeed, right now, all these people with devious intentions are collectives, they work together as one, and someone like you who’s on their lonesome, no matter who good you are, you’ll be fodder when you keep facing five on one assaults. So if they have numbers, then we need our own numbers to protect ourselves, to mold this place into our own, better image. We need to work together as one as well. Because without each other, there’s nothing but mayhem awaiting us. So, I already have Specialist on board with me, I already have Rizwan on board with me, what say you make it another.
Byrne looks at Romero, seeming to contemplate for a moment, taking a deep breath, before-
Byrne: Stephen, I understand what you’re saying, and I trust your intentions. But we’ve done this before, haven’t we? When we were HERO to try and fight off The Strays? What I need you to understand is, last time we did this together, that was one of the lowest points of my life. I nearly gave up my career and left it all behind because of that. I wish you the best of luck, but last time I went another person’s way, that didn’t end well for me. This time, my path needs to be my own.
Romero: Really?! Are you sure of this?! I hope you realize the risk you’re taking-
Byrne: I do, trust me. I just can’t throw it all way again, if I need to take some bruises to keep going, then that’s how it is. And I need to keep going above all else, that’s what I learned when I finally recovered from all the strays and hero stuff. I can’t do that when i’m not the one choosing my path, not again.
Romero: Alright…..I know you’re a smart man, so I trust you’ll find the road you want to take, but even in my own collective I have a rough road ahead of me, so I worry your road won’t even traversible at all.
Byrne: I’ve been through a lot, i’ll make it out the other end one way or another.
Romero: Okay then….get in touch if you ever re-consider, these are hard times to be alone.
Byrne: To be honest, I almost certainly won’t.
Romero: Alright, just stay safe as you can then I guess.
Byrne: Can’t exactly promise that either, but i’ll do everything I can to get where I want.
Romero: Well, I wish you the best of luck, i’ll see myself out.
Romero then stands up, and walks out of the locker room, Byrne watching Romero leave for a moment, as he takes out a pair of earbuds, and before putting them in, calls out-
Byrne: Stay safe out there Stephen!
Romero turns his head back towards Byrne, and nods his head, before heading out. As Byrne then puts in his earbuds, and gets back in his own world to prepare for his statement later tonight.
We then cut back to Paisner and Woodbridge ringside.
Paisner: Welcome back. As you'll be able to see with your own eyes, things are not going great.
Woodbridge: I don't know what you're talking about, Allen, I'm enjoying the content!
The camera pans to the ring, where we find The Superstar and AKI Man, both holding mics in their hands. Javier and senior referee Tai Ni Wong are both in the ring, not doing much if we're being honest.
Superstar: ...Enough is enough, Paisner! You can't keep on putting established, world-renowned teams such as Create-A-Stable against random, low quality teams who've just formed!
Crowd: BOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Woodbridge: The man has a point, Allen.
AKI Man: We have been here FOREVER! We deserve better than what we've been given!
Superstar: So bring out those nameless fools, maybe we can show 'em how a real team does it! I understand it, you've given up already, that's exactly what you need to do!
[Run the Jewels] starts playing and Santiago Martínez steps through the curtains, followed by his tag team partner, Hugo Ironblood.
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!
Superstar: Fuck you, Santiago, I still had two more lines!
The two men seem relaxed but focused, talking to each other on top of the ramp... Until they realize that they are not alone.
Javier: And their opponents, with a combined weight of 569 pounds...
Paisner: Nice...
Javier: The team of HUGO IRONBLOOD and SANTIAGO MARTÍNEZ!
Martínez: Dude, what the hell?
Joining them up there, Cam'ron West, a man with no fear and no understanding of life itself, steps out. The three men walk down the ramp, Hugo and Sparky looking at each other, clearly confused about what's just happened.
Woodbridge: Welp, this is a little awkward.
Ironblood: Uhhh, what do we do now?
Martínez: I don't know, dude! And he doesn't know either! Just improvise a little, shit!
Hugo shrugs and acts surprised at his stablemate's awkward presence.
Ironblood: Heeey, it's Cam'ron-chan, MY FRIEND! How are you doing?
Martínez: Hey! Uhhhh... Cam, do you know who's in this... Eugh, fuck it, you're in. It's probably easier to explain.
Ironblood: Yeah, that seems like a good plan.
Cam'ron doesn't understand what's happened, but he smiles out of politeness. As they make their way to the apron, Hugo climbs the stairs and enters the ring, with Cam'ron right behind him. Santiago stays outside, shooting the shit with some fans.
Woodbridge: I've seen a lot of weird shit in my life, one time I saw a trained chimp make a hot tag in Juarez, but I don't think I've ever seen a switcheroo like this one! Is that even WiR legal, Pais?
Paisner: I... Think it is? And even if it isn't for some technicality, I have no intention in having a discussion with Sparky any time soon!
Referee Wong is a tad befuddled by what has happened, but that doesn't stop him from checking on both teams. On the other hand, the members Create-A-Stable are beyond pissed.
AKI Man: What is going on? You're trying to trick us, huh?
Superstar: Hey, Martínez, you paper champ! You liar! You damn chicken! Guess what? It seems like you need your little goons to cover your cowardly ass! Hahahaha!
Paisner: That was a bit too wordy for a CAW, dare I say.
The Independent Champion ignores the completely absurd allegations, and moves back to his corner, giving Hugo some instructions. Cam'ron and AKI Man move to their respective corners.
Martínez: Alright, Hugo. You lead the way, focus on your FOV, don't run behind them, don't press and save energy for the tag, OK?
Superstar: Hey, Sparky, guess what else? I saw your stream once, AND IT FUCKING SUCKS!
Crowd: OHHHHHHHHHHH!
Woodbridge: Oh, no no no...
Martínez: You know what, Hugo? Fuck it, forget what I told you, it's speedrun time!
Superstar: Wait, what?
Ironblood: HELL YEAH!
DING DING DING
Woodbridge: And here we go!
Wong calls for the bell and Superstar looks in all directions, but he has nowhere to go. He foolishly charges at Ironblood, who dodges his weak strike attempt and grabs him by the throat.
Paisner: Oh, no...
Hugo gets a hold of the massive CAW and yeets him back to his corner. Superstar crashes directly with AKI Man, who loses his balance and falls hard on the floor.
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAY!!!
Paisner: Rough landing for The Superstar, back first on those turnbuckles!
Woodbridge: Sending poor AKI Man down to the-OHHH... OHHHHHHH!!!
The Superstar stumbles out of the corner straight into Hugo's arms. The larger man grabs him by the legs and slams him back first on his knee. Superstar twists and turns, squirming in pain, but Hugo covers him and hooks his leg.
Woodbridge: The intros were way longer than the match.
1!
2!
3!
DING DING DING
Javier: The winners of the match, at a time of 34 seconds, the team of Cam'ron West and Hugo Ironblood!!!
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!
Paisner: And that's how it all ends! A brutal Spinebuster from Hugo Ironblood!
Woodbridge: That man is a freak of nature, Allen. You combine that with Cam'ron's raw talent and the mighty spirit of CoolSkorpion84, and you have a team that can accomplish a lot!
Hugo quickly gets up and both Cameron and Santiago raise his arms, while the camera pans to a WiR doctor checking on AKI Man, still laid out on the floor.
Crowd: YAAAAAAAY!!!
The three men exit the ring and we cut back to Paisner and Woodbridge on the commentary table.
Paisner: Remind me to never make fun of Santiago's channel, by the way.
Woodbridge: Don't worry, I'll make sure you won't. My nephews are huge fans of his!
Paisner: Oh, really?
Woodbridge: Yeah. Wade's kids: Trendon and Loryn! I even got Sparky to sign some stuff for 'em!
Paisner: Awwww, that's so sweet, Mark! And so... unexpectedly nice of you! How old are the little fellas?
Woodbridge: They're 23 and 19.
Paisner: We'll be back after a message from our sponsors.
[COMMERCIAL]
We come back from commercial, where we see Stephen Romero standing in front of a mirror backstage in his wrestling tights and gear, a phone in hand as he scrolls through the TikTok page of fellow WiR wrestler and content creator GiGi. He tries to emulate a pose she does while watching himself in the mirror, bucking out his hip with his hands on one knee. Suddenly a door swings open to reveal Buster Braggadocio, who has stumbled across the dancing Romero and puts an ashamed hand over his head in disapproval.
Buster: I KNOW you are not dancing on fucking TikTok….
Romero: Hey, listen, content creation requires trying something n-
Buster points at the wrestling gear on Romero.
Buster: In your TIGHTS!!! Come on, brotha, have some Class!! Let’s get you in something fashionable so the gays on twitter don’t roast you.
Romero: Buster, i am a gay on twitter.
Buster: And if you want to keep it that way, you got to stay drippin!
Romero looks shocked but pleased as we now cut to a Tik Tok montage, set to music, in which Romero is in a changing room and does a model walk out to reveal to Buster a bomber jacket with jeans and a white undershirt, but Buster shakes his head disapprovingly. Romero reluctantly walks back to the changing room, and now finds himself changed into a big denim jacket with shorts and sandals, but Buster gives an instant and stern shake of the head as Romero heads back dejected yet again.
This time, Romero emerges in a buttoned down striped shirt with black pants. Buster seems to stare for a moment in contemplation, before shaking his head yet again and sending Romero back to the changing room.
Finally, Romero walks out in a kente cloth top and skirt, the top tastefully covering his nipples, as Buster simply nods and gives a thumbs up. Romero seems unconfident in the idea at first, but looks in the mirror and does a twirl, giving an approving nod at his own figure.
Romero: I guess I have to admit, it shows off some skin and I like it, that’s gotta count for something in getting me some exposure, no pun intended.
Buster: We aren’t done yet, my melanin-blessed friend. As a matter fact, we have just begun.
We now cut to Romero in the weight room, with Buster in a headband, gym shorts and a whistle as he barks orders at the larger of the two.
Buster: 10 PUSHUPS!
Romero knocks out ten consecutive pushups like it’s nothing.
Buster: NOW 10 FLOSSES!
Romero hops to his feet and hits the dance move with agility, ease, and fluidity.
Buster: 10 MORE PUSHUPS, NOW!
Romero drops to his feet and hits another 10 pushups.
Buster: NOW HIT THAT WOAH!
Romero pops up to his feet and hits it.
Buster: Yes.
We now cut to Romero leaning against a wall exhausted, as he goes to a nearby water fountain and leans down, still not reaching the low hanging fountain before just getting on his knees to reach the height needed to sip from it. Suddenly the stream of water is interrupted as Buster drops a massive stack of papers in a laminated binder onto the fountain in front of Romero’s face.
Buster: Here’s a list of tik tokkers to study. I’m gonna need you to write a 12 page report on this and have it back to me by sundown, capiche?
Romero: Buster, you just put that in the water.
Buster looks down and squeals as he lifts the binder out of the water stream but the water has already bled thru and soiled the many many pages.
Buster: I worked for weeks compiling the hottest trendiest dances, challenges, and personalities in a multifaceted report! For what?!?
Romero: It’s probably out of date information anyways if it took you that long to compile it, sorry to say.
Buster: I miss Vine.
We cut back to the arena, where the crowd is buzzing. There's a moment of anticipation, before Brendan Byrne walks out, to no music, in jeans and a t-shirt with his microphone in his hand.
Crowd: YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
Paisner: We haven't seen more than brief flashes of Byrne since the world title was stolen from him by Kyle Scott.
Woodbridge: And it's great to see him back and at 100%, but why is he here to call out Maverick, out of everyone involved?
Byrne seems to be on a mission, acknowledging the crowd but barely interacting with them as he walks up the stairs and steps into the ring.
Byrne: Alright, let's make this quick. I know you have places to be, superheroes to assault, and money to lose. Get out here, Mav.
There's a pause. Byrne shifts from foot to foot, waiting for a response. There is none.
Byrne: No, Mav, I don't think you get it. There's no option here - either you come out here like a man or I drag you out here kicking and screaming by your dollar bill -
Maverick's theme hits, cutting Byrne off. Byrne leans over the ropes as Maverick steps out, baseball bat in hand.
Crowd: BOOOOOOOOOOO!
Paisner: Maverick still holding that bat he used to beat down Dutch earlier, and he looks ready for another fight!
Maverick starts booking it towards the ring, holding the bat threateningly.
Byrne: Hold up, pardner. I'm not here to fight you - not yet, anyway. If we were going to do that you’d already have a lead pipe bent around your skull. So, that in mind, you can come in here with a bat like some bloody axe murderer and get your head kicked off your shoulders, or you can listen to me. Your choice, cowboy.
Maverick weighs his options for a moment, before conceding that Byrne does in fact have the high ground, and cautiously moving around the ring, never taking his eyes off Byrne.
Byrne: You see, Mav, I get everything else. Kyle took advantage of a situation Charlie Krieger created. Charlie - well, I thought we could change him, but he's always been drawn to power above all else.
There's a brief pause, as Maverick grabs a mic off the timekeepers table.
Byrne: You? I respected you, Maverick. You did what was right for yourself, not because you were afraid of becoming some sort of monster. Why throw that all away?
Maverick: Me? Throw everything away? I couldn't even buy myself a goddamn cheeseburger when Paisner called me back! I was flat fucking broke because of the company you let die, Brendan. When I saw Charlie's bounty, I realized I got to hurt you, and I got to solve my money issues. And now? Now Roscoe and I will never be poor again.
Crowd: BOOOOOOOOOOO!
Byrne seems a little bit rattled, but does his best to compose himself.
Byrne: I let this company die? I poured my heart and soul into it until the last moment, even when you were fighting Ryan Sunshine and pretending you were still the bloody man to beat. As for everything else... Nobody knew, Mav. You went off the grid. All you ever had to do was ask. But, well - that answers my question. Byrne rolls out of the ring, and starts walking backstage, somewhat deflated. Maverick is confused for a moment, then responds.
Maverick: I - What question?
Byrne turns, still walking to the curtain, and responds.
Byrne: I wanted to know what kind of man would turn his back on everything he believed in. Now I do.
Byrne disappears behind the curtain, and Maverick seems struck for a moment, before grabbing his bat, throwing the mic on the ground angrily, and storming backstage as well.
Paisner: Byrne seemingly piercing Maverick’s self-righteous armor with that remark a little bit. Maybe it’ll be enough to bring back the guy we knew?
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2020.06.17 22:30 ThirdEyeLifts New to HSV1/2: This is a Guide for Living with Herp

This is my guide and what I have learnt to cope over 12+ years of having both mouth and genital herpes. Take from this as you will, do let me know what you think?
If you can’t look at yourself in the mirror, in the eyes and say “I love you” with meaning, without feeling a sense of unease or awkwardness then read on… Likely hood is, you probably would of felt uneasy saying this anyway, long before you even gained the gift that just keeps on giving….

For those who are here and want to know the lessons I’ve learnt, coping mechanisms, red flags and the ladders I’ve gained to climb out of holes over the last 12 years. Then this is an article for you…it isn’t an answer as there currently isn’t a cure… but it is a personal experience and perhaps some helpful information that may be of use to those new to the members club.

Now you are in the club, congratulations!!! Party streamers and confetti all over the place  you are 1 of 100’s of millions of people who are part of this exclusive club.

Welcome, you are probably wondering a few things... is my life going to be the same? Am I going to ever be accepted by anyone? Will it stay like this for ever? How often will it appear? Can it spread without symptoms? I feel disgusting, I’m embarrassed to let anyone know, how did I get it? I can’t tell my family and friends etc or my future partners. There are many questions you may have and you could be thinking on how to cope… but I will cover these, along with topics on foods, to remedies, to mental coping mechanisms and how to break the news to a new partner.

If you haven’t seen by now or experienced, the most impactful thing about the herp that will stay with you in the long run, if you don’t address it, is your mental state. At first yes, the outbreak is painful but overtime it becomes less and less every year to the point you may have 0 symptoms for months/ years. Realise this, the first thing is acceptance. It may take you a week or 2 months, but after a while you will learn to see it will not go. But what it will do, is allow you to re-evaluate yourself physically, mentally and spiritually. You may be filled with guilt, regret, rage, frustration, lots anxiety and insecurity. Moreover, you’re probably thinking I had those to begin with, but remember we are human beings not human doings, so it is normal to feel those emotions especially on a higher level when you are given the news.

Know this, there is direction and the grass is greener on the other side, should you choose to put in the work and not sit on your thoughts (if you do, it is only going to hurt you more). Everything in your life starts in your mind, 90% of the problems we have as humans start and end in the mind. The mind will affect all of these below as what you do day to day in life will fall into at least 1 or more of these 4 areas:

Your Personal Relationships (romantic, yourself, family and friends)

Your Mentality/Mind ( what you feed it and your thoughts, what you consume)

Your Job/Business (money, career goals)

Your Body (fitness and food consumption)


Where to start?

So, where do you start now you have an unwanted friend?

The key word in that question is friend not unwanted, the reason I say that is, this is a very good tool for yourself awareness, actualization, an indicator of your health, a companion to your intuition and a steering wheel to help you get in the driver’s seat of YOU.

The first thing you need to address is you and as I said before it is acceptance, if you haven’t done that already, then hopefully by the end of this you will have or be on your way.

Virus Basics
Now that you have herp it is good to get a basic understanding of what it actually is, I could list out %’s and numbers but in reality, that isn’t going to help you live with it day to day. So, I will keep this brief…. it comes mainly in two varieties and there are others like Shingles etc, but we will specifically focus on HSV 1 and HSV2. HSV 1 typically effects the mouth and lips giving cold sores and is usually the one everyone gets as a kid from the overly keen Grandma kissing your face or kid contact at pre-school. It tends to live in the nerves in your neck and lower back. This can be passed via oral sex and is very contagious.

Most people will get this or will have contact with someone at some stage in their life who does… if you have had sexual contact with someone or people throughout your life, the likely hood is, you have probably come into contact with it… whether that be an office Christmas party kiss or a full-blown slutty escapade. It does not matter.

HSV 2 is predominantly the type that causes genital herpes, it appears as a small cluster or lesions that can get pretty tender. This is usually transmitted via sexual activity and also lives in the nervous system in the lower back or neck. It is as easily transmittable from one human to another and It can be spread from mother to child through birth. This does not mean giving birth is going to be 100000% worse, there are millions of other health problems that can affect birth, But it is something to be mindful of and isn’t something to get worked up over, and isn’t something to neglect.

Ultimately, both viruses are very similar and can appear at both the mouth and private areas. Symptoms start with an uncomfortable tingle sensation later developing to sore little clusters that can open. The good news here is the first outbreak is always the most painful and over time they become less and less, so the more you look after yourself the even higher chance of suppressing it you have.







The 4 Areas of life:

Now to the 4 areas of life, these are the areas that this little critter can affect and so here is what to watch out for:

The first one I am going to cover is Your Body:

Your Body is very important, as it is the vessel that carries your spirit and it is the thing that taps your keyboard, shakes the hand of people, hugs your family, gets you up in the morning and carries you through till the next chapter. It is very easy to go through life and not look after your body, but when you step back and really look at it, you soon realise how important it is and how often we do take it for granted…

I mean some of people will eat a covered glazed bun with friend chicken stuffed in between it, that has been deep fried in oil, chased down by a highly sugary fatty milk shake, followed by a post meal coffee and cigarette. But they wouldn’t dare put diesel in a petrol car, as they need to look after it, as it gets them from A to B and without it, they’d be fucked. However, not as fucked as they’d be without their body, as that allows them to drive the car and walk! Hopefully you can see what I am trying to say here. Look after your body and it will look after you.

Food: Herp has a spicy reaction to certain foods, certain foods that contain an amino acid called arginine. Arginine tends to help carry the proteins of the virus out and down the nerve endings encouraging break outs. Foods to limit or be wary of that contain high amounts are:

Almonds, pine nuts, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, soybeans, chickpeas, prawns, shell fish, lentils, Oats, Legumes.

Others foods to note that help cause outbreaks and should be moderated: Caffeine, alcohol, sodas, junk food additives, bad quality diary.

Good Foods: Herp doesn’t like food that is high in lysine, another amino acid, this tends to suppress the activity of the virus proteins carried down the nervous system. Foods high in lysine are:

Lysine supplements tablets or powder, lean beef, lean chicken breast, quality diary yoghurt & cheeses, eggs, broccoli, salmon, tuna, avocados, potatoes, pears, strawberries, blueberries, apricots, sardines, spirulina.

Other goods foods to add: Manuka Honey, Epsom Salt, Cranberries and Green tea






Treating the sores on your body: Now here are some of the things I have learnt and have been passed over the years in dealing with herp using home treatments:


The Mouth:

Salt - rinse your mouth 1-3 times a day inside using warm water and salt/Epsom salt. This is a disinfectant and can calm the outbreak pain down. Repeat, until the sores have gone down in the mouth.

Zovirax/ Acyclovir Paste - Acyclovir is an anti-viral and is specifically for fighting cold sores can be applied as per the packet.

Manuka Honey - This can help the healing process of the sore and ease the pain. Also tastes really really good.

The Genitals: I recommend the following that worked for me:

Salt- An Epsom Salt bath for 30min-1 hour, treat yourself with some candles and music if you like. Do this 1-3 times a day on the first initial stages of the outbreak.

Decaffeinate green tea bags – Take a squeezed damp warm green tea bag hold and apply to the sore area for 2-5 minutes. This can be mixed with Manuka Honey (do not put the manuka honey inside you ladies)

Acyclovivalacyclovir tablets - These are a must; this is the first priority before home remedies. Get this online via a recommend health professional and online pharmacist. I use Medexpress.co.uk. take them when you have an outbreak or when one is coming on using the recommended dosage, take these daily with no symptoms as it reduces transmission risk!,. For sure opinion on consistency, speak to your Doctor or GP. I found for me daily use wasn’t great for my gut health , but This is my experience not medical advice.


Last but not Least, EXERCISE: As I implied at the top of this section for Your Body, it is the machine that runs everything for you. You must look after it and you must treat it well. This means keeping it well oiled…

Water: Drink at 2-3 litres a day, make this a habit. By a 2L bottle and drink 2 of these a day from the moment you wake up. Do not touch your phone, drink some water. Water also helps flush out toxins and keeps the body clean, it will keep your mental focus high and generally keep your mood elevated. You will be on top form.

Your brain and body doesn’t get hydration in the night and most of the time you wake up grouchy is because your brain and body want’s water. I will explain later how to deal with the emotional side of the virus in the morning to set the day.


The Gym: Work out 3-5 times a week, there are 24 hrs in a day you only need 1. You can workout at home or in the gym, I recommend get a PT as they keep you accountable and provide you with an actionable plan, so you can get in and out of the gym asap. This not only will give you elevated endorphins throughout the day, it will re-build your mental confidence, teach you discipline, raise your immune system and have you looking and feeling good. Look after your body and do the work… the first month is the hardest, once that is out the way you will feel hungry for more.

Sleep - keep a routine and schedule this, if you are the type of person to wake up whenever. cut that shit out. You need it, to recover from the gym and it is when your body is at its most active to heal, so sleep must be consistent. Take Vitamin tablets before bed and Lysine with a small glass of water.

Special recommendation- CBD oil, this stuff is amazing. It really helps to reduce anxiety, inflammation and reduces pain. It is also cancer fighting, helps the gut and fights the virus symptoms. I take 3000mg oil drops every 2 days, sometimes every day depending on how much I have left.

For the body that is all I can conclude, manage the pain and manage your health. People say you live only once, that is wrong. You live every day and die once. The aim is to live as young as possible. So, look after your health as you are number 1!


The Second one I will cover is Your Mind:

This is probably if not the most important one to look after, as what a lot of people don’t tell you, is that herpes is more of a mentally tough disease than it is physical. Yes, the sores hurt, but they don’t stay around all day every day. What does, is the knowing and shame you try put on yourself and society tries to attach to it, if you don’t address it.

First thing is, it is okay to have a disease, it is okay to feel hurt you are only human, and it is okay to cry. There is nothing wrong with grieving, but you can’t live like that forever. As time goes on you will heal and learn to live with it. But what we don’t want to do is suppress the negative emotions it gives you; we want to manage them. suppressing only leads to subconscious actions and surfacing insecurities later on in life, these can pour into relationships, your job and your mental health.

I will say this, some of the coping skills I use, as a bonus, help all areas of life not just managing the herp… try incorporating some of these into a morning routine after your water, do not touch your phone for comfort. If you feel relaxed on your phone after a worrying or angry thought about herp, you are medicating the pain and hurt you are feeling from getting this disease or life situations, face them head on and make them your bitch. This is also a great opportunity to set up your day and learn the real you! I would say the first 90 days of doing this while you have been diagnosed, stay off all social media, YouTube (Unless mediation guided), Instagram and Facebook for mental sake.

Journaling – If you don’t do this already or you do, don’t overlook it. Try some of these:

Brain Dumping - write out 1-2 pages every morning for the next 3 months of whatever comes to your head for the day ahead and from your dreams. Anything goes. When I mean anything, I mean it. E.g. If you liked the flying space snakes serving you ice cream in your dream, write it out, if the next thought is that bitch Linda who goes on about her kid who doesn’t shut the fuck up about dinosaurs in the office, write it out. ALL THE THOUGHTS UNTILL YOU FEEL SATISFIED.

Feelings - write out how you feel there and then in the present, then trace it back to a memory as far as you can relating to that feeling. Do this 2-4 times a day over the next 3 months… this will give you a real insight into your past and you will start to see emotions and patterns of what your insecurities are and how you are formed by them. It also allows you to become familiar with yourself. I must stress, do this everyday for the rest of your life if you can, you will become a self-ware wizard your intuitive thinking will align with your gut instinct. Its main purpose is so you address and process the emotions while shifting the mental weight as you are healing from the mental pain you took on from having herp. It also allows you to cope in everyday upset and hard times in life.

Write a letter – write a letter to herpes, and tell it how much you are hurting and how much of a bastard you think it is, but also thank it for allowing you to understand yourself and how you can be cautious of who to open up top, only allowing the finest of fellows into your castle. The letter helps accepting herp and forgiving it/yourself, it adds to the process as you become comfortable looking for a genuine person as you will find someone who will truly accept you for you, and the herp doesn’t even matter. When you hit that level, you hit true love and the intimacy is fire, also the sex ;).

Self-love - Write a letter to yourself as well, telling yourself everything you love about yourself. Every morning, every mirror or reflection you see, wake up in the morning and look yourself in the eyes with meaning and tell yourself “ I love you”. Do this until you no longer feel cringey and or uneasy and it makes you smile. One morning it will make you crack a smile and you will see the deeper meaning behind it.. that is the door opening to self-love and your higher self. This will allow you to accept yourself and move forward with the respect and high standards you deserve, you are no less a human than the next.

Meditate - Focus on emptying your mind, one of the best things is guided YouTube meditation on meeting your inner child. Work this thoroughly and add it to your morning and evening routine, learn to go deep as you can and lose your mind and body in separation. DO this after journaling feelings or brain dumping thoughts.

Volunteer – I mean go and help animals, homeless or just something simple with friends like setting up a party. This will give you a sense of being and fulfilment. It shows you are not a hermit, eating and watching Netflix to hide the shame.

Gratitude and thankful list - Every morning and every evening, start and end your day with 5 things you are genuinely grateful or thankful for. FEEL them as you write it out, if you can’t it isn’t genuine, write one until you do. It should leave you with a smile…This allows you to see there is more to life than herp and it really isn’t that bigger deal.

Reading - Read a positive book or self-help book, not money orientated. Something that expands your consciousness and you are drawn too. This will help you understand you are not the stories you tell yourself. Books:

Eckhart Tolle- Power of Now

As a man thinketh – James Allen

re-wire your brain - Dr Joseph Dispenza


Technology - It is perhaps ironic I write this while you read on a device, but this I something I highly recommend and that is limiting your use of social media and what you consume. An easy question to ask yourself before you watch a screen is, does this add value to my life? If it doesn’t you know the action to take… I talk about technology as this goes hand in hand with mental health and if you are trying to address the acceptance of self and healing of getting herp you will only want to nourish your brain with what elevates you… you see no matter what you watch or listen too or read, no matter how much you don’t agree or don’t think it will impact you, it will. Your subconscious mind is dissecting anything and everything you consume whether you like it or not. Also, getting away from technology will help you with your true self, we use technology to sedate and subconsciously mediate the things we need to work on. If you put the phone down see how long it take for you to reach for it? It’s a co-dependence we have built. In order to become settled and accepting with herp you can either go through the burying of trauma and regret like I did, or you can give yourself the quickest chance of being a fulfilled person. The good thing about addressing yourself for herp is, you will also learn a lot about you as a person and can start working to mend any trauma you had prior! If you are healing self, you might as well do the whole thing and not leave the cake half-baked right? Put down the phone and Netflix and write out 5 things you enjoy or like the idea of and do it, you will be surprised with how quickly that builds your ‘not give a fuck’ gauge of what people think of you. Give it a try, it will help you massively!

Porn - I have put this in here as a lot of people will feel disgusted and think that they can’t get love, so they turn to porn for comfort. That is not healthy at all, I did this, and it fucked with my ability to function in a relationship as I medicated my self-loathing over a herp barrier in my sex life, I thought was huge. It is unrealistic, they don’t show you the cut scenes, the guy telling them to jump into different angles or the porn star in pain from the endless railing and the make-up man. There is no emotional intimacy and it will make you numb/apathetic in your emotions and give struggling ability to connect with another. You are already in a small predicament, don’t add to it.

What would you rather have, the confidence from the above Your Body and Your Mind exercises? Or sitting in the dark with your dick/clit in hand feeling shameful and lonely trying to get off to two (or more lol) people who don’t know you and you don’t even have a real human connection too. Your choice. Pick a real person to know and open up too…. I will write later about the least fearful way to do this. If successful you will have all the sex and fun time.

Porn doesn’t teach you anything before saying that. If you want to learn how to be good in the bedroom, just ask your partner what they like and work as a team with guidance from them and BE PRESENT, do not think about what you saw in porn. It is really that simple. The best sex is comfortable sex with someone who doesn’t mind your weirdness…you will find that as you are a great person and deserve love like everyone, just be true to yourself and show a willingness to your partner. (You are also amazing as you made it this far reading, my first article by the way)

Porn creates a lot more damage than I realised mentally… if you have ever felt emotional or anxiety swings did you ever find yourself a few hours later that day watching porn? hoping to get that rush and dopamine hit to feel a sense of relaxed relief (medicating comfort blanket). Just read up on “your brain on porn” and google how it affects relationships….it is legitimate.

If you feel you need to hide what you are watching from your other half. Then you already know deep down what you need to do.


The Third one is Your Relationships:

This is an important step, as we humans are creatures of love and intimacy. The most crucial relationship you have is with yourself and this defines how you treat and accept others. Love yourself and you can love others, the point of this article is to help you love yourself. By hopefully taking on board most if not all the mental and physical exercises I have mentioned already, you will start to love yourself as you are learning to be yourself.

Here are somethings that I have learnt that may help you, broken down into groups the best way I can:

Friends: First and foremost, it is okay if your closest friend knows and the rest don’t. I have 9 friends I grew up with and talk too regularly and only 4 of them know. 2 are not part of the same group, 1 is my twin brother and the other my closest friend. To your greatest surprise, they don’t really see you any different. It is only what you are telling yourself in your head and you will know off your gut who you can open up too. The reason I mention friends is, you may feel like an island when you first get it and all your friends are talking about their current romances and partners. But know this, your life isn’t any deprived of romance as theirs. When you feel like you need to talk to a friend, do it in a place you feel like you could leave if you wanted too and somewhere comfortable perhaps over casual fast food. This is for YOUR sake not theirs; this takes the impact out of it for you and makes it not such a big deal, which it isn’t. You are merely just opening up to your friend as you want someone you can trust for a bit of comfort. A handful of people is fine, the whole world doesn’t need to know, but those closest you know have a good bone, will make you feel less isolated!

Therapist/Councillor: This doesn’t mean you are at rock bottom or a crazy person, despite what society portrays… If I had known about how little problem you need to speak to one, I’d have done it years ago. The reason I mention a professional like this is, they see way worse situations than yours. The great thing is, you can say whatever you want and about whoever you like without them judging you. They are there for you to pour your heart out too with all your pain and resentments, so they can help dig out the wound, not put a plaster over it with a Netflix or social media binge. See one twice a month or once a week, it will pay dividends into your life and journey in self-acceptance and self-love. It’s a great time to be selfish! This is about you.

Work Colleagues: unless your sleeping with them, they don’t need to know anything. If they joke about herp in a convo at some point. Just laugh and join, joke about it too, so you get comfortable with it. Because in reality they don’t know anything about it and it is not a big deal. If you work in a huge office block, chances are someone else will have it walking around. Imagine it like a super-secret power that only the mightiest of people are selected to have. You’re like Clark Kent, expect you aren’t superman. The reason it is funny to view it as a superpower is you get to selectively cherry pick the finest and highest form of most intimate relationship! (Which always has the best sex and connection). You get to filter who you think is worthy of the cookies and your heart. I detail more of this below.

Romantic Lovers: outside of self-care and acceptance, this is something to take note of seriously. You must always give them a choice, some of us didn’t get a choice and some of the people we got it from didn’t show any signs or know they have it.

When you are getting to know someone, always know sex is just one part of what you are building. I would recommend not jumping into bed with them right away, this is where the filter process comes in.

You are dating someone because you want to have a connection, you want to find love; you want to connect with them emotionally before anything. That means going on dates: I would recommend dates for 2-3 months before breaking the news… In this time go on dates outside of your house or theirs. With at least 2-3 dates being of physical activity something fun, other dates go to places like the zoo, museums or a walk in the park, perhaps a pizza making course or street food market in the city. The whole point is to get to know them, find out their interests, have fun and compatibility because at this point herp doesn’t even matter, neither does sex. You want a best friend you can mess around with, hey, even chuck in a cheeky kiss at the end of the date.

When you finally feel like you are really connecting 2-3 months in and you have a good gauge of how genuine and nice this person is (you will just know after that long) and now want to let them know, try and pick somewhere they will feel comfortable and somewhere you can leave if they want time to think. I would recommend over at their place or somewhere public like a quiet coffee shop. This will give you the reassurance in your environment. You want to tell them about it before taking clothes off, not during by the way, I’ve been there it doesn’t work. Wait till you’re both settled it and had a bit of laugh let it flow naturally… This is where you will probably say something calmly along the lines of “(Name), I’ve been thinking a lot about us recently and I really like the way things are heading, I’d love to be more romantic with you as I think you are a great person and I care about you a lot. That is why I think if we are to sleep with each other, I have something you should know about and I think you deserve the choice to know (if you didn’t get a choice tell them, it only builds respect). I went to the doctors (the time you found out) as I had a small ingrown like hair pimple and I was diagnosed with a form of herpes like virus, I don’t show many noticeable symptoms, maybe if not any ( because you look after your health, hence why I said health is wealth) but I wanted to let you know as I care about you and you deserve a choice, I totally understand if you need some time to think about it and I am okay if you don’t want too, I am happy if you still want to be friends” Let them reply…

If they say yes, great. If they need time to think, that is also great, they may ask you more about it. Educate them with stuff the doctor says, or your personal experience. Not what society paints.

If they say no, that is also a good thing. As it means they were probably not committed after 3 months anyway but you will find 99% of the time you will have their up most respect for being bold and honest with them. There are very few people if any, after 3 months of building a connection with them, that they will spike you down for being honest. You will find a surprising reaction; people are very opened minded when you show boldness and vulnerability and they will keep that to themselves as you told it in confidence and respectfully. You can then walk away with full integrity and another situation off the bucket list, the second time around will be a breeze!

It is only a big deal if you make it a big deal, so keep calm and slide it in like you have had it for years because you will. It is easy, the great thing is there is also dating sites for people with it where millions of people go like positive singles. So, if you don’t want to break the news to someone who may not have it, then happy days you will always have a choice.


Last but not least - Your Business This I will keep short and sweet, You should use this opportunity in your job and business to build your confidence and slow things down mentally before making a decision. Each of the things I mentioned above and how you approach them will all help with your job and business, as ultimately you are helping you.

For business to keep yourself aligned, just right out a list of 10 things in order of super importance for your day. Once you have done that, then get rid of anything from 5 down as you probably won’t complete all 10 and the rest are over thought to fill the numbers. Keep it very simple, 4 things and do them in order of importance. Every lunch I go for walk as you need to connect with reality again, look at the sky or people watch, perhaps even be thankful for your morning routine. Once those 4 things are done right them in your journal in the evening, that’s a win. You crushed the day.







The Very Last bit

Hopefully this has helped some of you, and that you read it again to understand it all starts with how you approach yourself and your day. Your mind will make or break you, so make sure you give yourself a fighting chance first, herp is just a small hurdle you need to jump over with your new confidence shoes, that light up and shit like when you were a kid. You are a member of the club and millions and millions of people are too, don’t worry about it and just smash being the best version of you. Herp will fall to the wayside and you will stand above average, as you have built above average habits, you define you. Have a great life and I hope you give yourself the life you deserve, as you are a unique and wonderful person!
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2020.06.05 11:26 rando4724 British victims of police brutality

Not sure where else to post this, but I came across a list of British victims of police brutality and other violent racists, and I thought we should be sharing their names and stories as well as their American counterparts (that word feels wrong here, but I can't think of a better one).
Apologies if it doesn't belong here.
Editing to add: Glad this got approved, thought I'd add that I didn't put this together myself.
I did some looking and found the source, and credit belongs to Ada Enechi and Hanifah Rahman.


Belly Mujinga was spat and coughed on while working in London Victoria station in April, and later died.
Shukri Abdi was a 12-year-old girl who drowned in a river while other children laughed in 2019.
Mark Duggan was shot and killed by a police officer in 2011.
Sean Rigg died of cardiac arrest while in police custody in 2008.
Rashan Charles was a 20-year-old who died of a heart attack in police custody in 2017.
Sheku Bayoh was a 32-year-old who died after being restrained by police officers in 2015.
Darren Cumberbatch, 32, died after being tasered by the police in 2017. His inquest found that police face was “excessive” and “probably avoidable.”
Azelle Rodney was a 24-year-old who was killed after being shot six times by a police marksman in 2005.
Sarah Reed, 32, was found dead in her cell in Holloway Prison in 2016. Her inquest stated her cause of death as “self-strangulation” despite prison healthcare staff classing her as low risk to self-harm.
Julian Cole was 19-year-old when he suffered a broken neck at the hands of police, leaving him paralysed and brain damage in 2013. The officers involved were found to have lied about making welfare checks on Julian.
Edson Da Costa, 25, died of cardiorespiratory arrest while in police custody in 2017.
Daniel Adewole was 16-years-old when he died of an epileptic fit, after staff delayed entering the cells in the young offender institution he was in back in 2015. The inquest heard that officers didn’t enter his cell for 38 minutes.
Kingsley Burrell, 29, died in hospital from a cardiac arrest days after being detained by police in 2011.
Nuno Cardoso, 25, died after going into cardiac arrest while in police custody in 2017.
Derek Bennett was 29-years-old when he was fatally shot by police marksmen.
Jermaine Baker, 28, was shot dead by armed police in 2015.
Anthony Grainger, 36, was shot dead by police in 2012.
Adrian Mcdonald, 34, died after being bitten by police dogs and tasered by the police in 2014.
Jacob Michaels was 25-years-old when he died in police custody in 2011.
Mzee Mohammed Daley was 18-years-old when he died of cardiac arrest after being restrained by shopping centre staff and police in 2016.
Trevor Belle, died of COVID-19 days after being spat on by a passenger in his taxi in May of this year.
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2020.06.03 18:12 vilekangaree [Megathread] Tiananmen Square Massacre

On June 4, 1989, Beijing’s Tiananmen Square resembled a warzone as soldiers from the People’s Liberation Army, largely amassed from the country’s hinterlands and conveyed to the capital in the preceding days and weeks, marched down Chang’an (the street of eternal peace) with orders to quash the “counter-revolutionary rebellion” and clear the square: “We cannot protect you if you are in the square. You must take responsibility for the consequences,” they billowed through megaphones to the demonstrators whose numbers had swelled over 300,000. The students, intellectuals, civilians, and workers there had engaged in strategic nonviolence (demonstration, hunger striking, and occupation of the square), but internal conflicts and foundering nonviolent discipline undermined their work. Whether you call it a massacre, event, or incident, June Fourth was the tragic culmination of a period of unrest, the ’89 Democracy Movement, which resonated throughout urban China. Rooted in the tension between Maoism/traditional socialism and reformism/internationalism which had been playing out since the Great Helmsman’s death, the Tiananmen protests were incited by the death of prominent Party reformist Hu Yaobang. Estimates vary, but it is widely agreed that hundreds, if not thousands (including some soldiers), perished in Beijing as a result of the CCP leadership’s decision to turn the PLA’s tanks, machine guns, and 200,000 soldiers on the people.
Today, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) expends near-incalculable sums on internal security, deploys a veritable army of wumaos and high-tech tools (e.g. artificial intelligence) to stymie dissent and enforce censorship online, and works tirelessly to erase the ’89 Movement and Tiananmen Massacre from China’s collective memory. In Tiananmen Square, the vestiges of that meticulously censored battlefield are embodied in the repressive architecture and surveillance state milieu which naïve tourists, patriotic Chinese, and would-be protesters alike are subjected to. Still to this day, the Tiananmen Mothers are denied an opportunity to mourn and the event is purposefully omitted from the Chinese education. Engagement with this restive period of modern Chinese history has been carefully stewarded by the State: nationalists are inculcated with the beliefs that Tiananmen was a Western conspiracy, that the movement’s success would have derailed China’s growth story (despite the fact that China’s economic ascendancy was the result of laudable reformist/internationalists leveraging the help Western economists and their own previously repressed intellect), and that only the CCP can guarantee social stability and thus prosperity.
We remember Tiananmen now not for what might have been, but for what was—the electrifying spirit of the Chinese people, the hope that the students exuded, and the brutal crackdown which paved the way for ratcheting authoritarianism. We remember Tiananmen because the CCP have too long avoided a reckoning.

A Closer Look

Background
Tension between the reform imperative and all-encompassing Maoist influence permeated the CCP from Mao's death through Deng's reform and opening up and into the 80s. This remains a contentious period of modern Chinese history.
June 4, 1989
Impact on Modern China
Tank Man & the Censorship Regime
Controversies
TLDR: Over thirty years later, we still remember Tiananmen. The CCP have too long avoided a reckoning. The '89 Movement and 6/4 massacre have consequences which continue to reverberate, most notably in Beijing's ratcheting authoritarianism and politicization of China's collective memory.

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A final note regarding the use of this Megathread
We've created this megathread to help educate people on the event, organize as much information as possible so that people can actually take an interest in it beyond karma-whoring, and, ultimately, to set the tone. If you find something interesting but perhaps not substantial enough to merit its own thread, please post it here. If you're dying to share a meme, but suspect we might delete it, post it in this thread rather than clogging up the main feed.
If you haven't gotten the picture already, please note: Beyond just being an important event, this was a somber one. China has seen enough "Nothing happened" and "nevar forget" memes to last a lifetime. That said, here's a breakdown of the type of stuff we don't want to see (and which we'll be deleting):
We absolutely welcome your contributions otherwise.Thank you for your time, attention, and participation.

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2020.04.07 21:35 Beren- Q1 2020 Letters & Reports

Investment Firm Date Posted
A Primer on Reading Annual Reports April 7
Absolute Return Partners April 7
Bankruptcy Law Primer April 7
Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report April 7
Crescat Capital - Blood in the Streets April 7
Fundsmith April 7
Glasshouse Research - Cubic Corp April 7
Grants - Grand Tour of Junk April 7
Hindenburg Research - HF Foods April 7
Horizon Kinetics - March 20 April 7
Horizon Kinetics - March 25 April 7
Howard Marks Memo - March 3 April 7
Howard Marks Memo - March 19 April 7
Howard Marks Memo - March 31 April 7
J Capital - GDS Holdings April 7
James Montier - Fear and Psychology of Bear Markets April 7
Jamie Dimon April 7
JDP Capital April 7
JPMorgan - Guide to the Markets April 7
Oaktree Capital - Assessing Relative Credit April 7
Oaktree Capital - Risks and Opportunities in EM April 7
O'Shaughnessey Asset Management April 7
Pershing Square Capital - Annual Letter April 7
Pershing Square Capital - CDS Trade April 7
Sequoia Fund April 7
Spruce Point Capital - WD-40 April 7
Wedgewood Partners April 7
Wolfpack Research - IQIYI April 7
Akre Focus Fund April 8
Alliance Bernstein Long Cap April 8
Bill Nygren Commentary April 8
Howard Marks Memo - April 7 April 8
Vltava Fund April 8
Vulcan Value Partners April 8
Bluehawk Investors April 9
Boston Omaha April 9
Driehaus Life Sciences April 9
Riverpark Floating CMBS April 9
Riverpark Large Growth April 9
Riverpark Long Short Opportunity April 9
Schiehallion Fund April 9
Thornburg Global Opportunities April 9
Brown Advisory April 10
GMO White Paper April 10
Mawer April 10
Newfound Research April 10
Templeton and Phillips April 10
Universa Investments April 10
FPA Crescent Fund Transcript April 11
Third Avenue Value Fund April 11
Desert Lion Capital April 12
Massif Capital April 12
Muddy Waters - eHealth April 12
Turtle Creek April 12
UBS 2020 Real Estate Report April 12
Crescat Capital April 15
Howard Marks Memo - April 14 April 15
Longleaf Partners April 15
Madison Investors Fund April 15
Pabrai Funds April 15
St. James Investment Company April 15
Antipodes April 17
Artisan Mid Cap April 17
Baron Funds April 17
Cooper Investors April 17
David Herro April 17
Ensemble Fund April 17
Jeff Bezos Annual Letter April 17
KKR Global Macro Insights April 17
Robotti April 17
Summer Value Partners April 17
Third Point Capital April 17
Tweedy Browne April 17
Whitebrook Capital April 17
Harding Loevner April 18
Kuleana Capital April 18
Mairs & Power April 18
McKinsey - The Future of Travel April 18
RPIA April 18
Silver Ring Partners April 18
Third Point Capital April 18
Upslope Capital April 18
Rhizome Partners April 20
White Crane Capital April 20
Canterbury Tollgate April 21
Elliot Management - Perspectives April 21
O'Shaughnessy Asset Management April 21
Baron Funds April 21
Diamond Hill April 23
Evermore Global Value April 23
Giverny Capital April 23
Kerrisdale Capital - Short Thesis on Mirati Therapeutics April 23
Maran Capital April 23
Wolfpack Research - Short Thesis on Inspire Medical Systems April 23
Ewing Morris April 24
Hoisington April 24
Horizon Kinetics April 24
Merrill Lynch Capital Markets Outlook April 24
RGA Advisors April 24
Gardner, Russo & Gardner April 26
Greenhaven Road Capital April 26
Polen Focus Growth April 26
Polen Global Growth April 26
Steel City Capital April 26
Guggenheim CIO Outlook April 28
Hindenburg Research - Short Thesis on New Pacific Metals April 28
Laughing Water Capital April 28
Miller Deep Value April 28
Miller Income Strategy April 28
Miller Opportunity Equity April 28
Newfound Research April 28
Quintessential Capital - Short Thesis on Akazoo April 28
RF Capital April 28
White Diamond Research - Short Thesis on BioSig April 28
Open Square Capital April 29
TCI Fund - Letter to Wirecard April 29
Alluvial Capital April 30
Arquitos Capital April 30
Bessemer - State of the Cloud Industry April 30
Broyhill April 30
Alta Fox May 2
Boyar Value May 2
SRK Capital May 2
Distillate Capital May 3
First Eagle Fund of America May 3
First Eagle High Income May 3
First Eagle Income Builder May 3
First Eagle Value May 3
Wolf Hill Capital May 3
Angelo Gordon May 5
Citron - Short Thesis on Inovio May 5
Convexity Maven May 5
Graham & Doddsville - Spring 2020 May 5
Grizzly Reports - Short Thesis on WUBA May 5
Tao Value May 5
Universa on Tail Hedging May 5
Health Invest Partner May 7
Amalthea Capital May 10
Amana Mutual Funds May 10
Andvari Associates May 10
Alphyn Capital May 10
Blue Tower Asset Management May 10
Hayden Capital May 10
Horos Asset Management May 10
LRT Capital May 10
Palm Valley Capital May 10
Paul Tudor Jones May 10
Sextant Mutual Funds May 10
Steel City May 10
Third Avenue Real Estate May 10
Third Avenue Small Cap May 10
Tidefall Capital May 10
Touchstone Funds May 10
Bernzott Capital Advisors May 11
Compound Everyday Capital May 11
Comus Invest May 11
Greenwood Investors May 11
Guggenheim Investments May 14
Elliot Management - Alexion May 14
HG Capital Trust May 14
Huffman Prairie May 14
Independent Franchise Partners - Kirin May 14
Tao Value - Strategy May 14
Value Investor Insight - Bill Nygren May 14
Credit Suisse - Global Money Notes May 15
Howard Marks Memo - Uncertainty May 15
Logica Funds - Talking Your Book About Value May 15
Mittleman Brothers May 15
Top Retail Brands May 15
Donville & Kent May 16
Goehring & Rozencwajg May 16
Apollo Asia Fund May 18
Bonitas Research - Short Thesis on Pets at Home May 18
Culper Research - Update on Catasys May 18
Hindenburg Research - Short Thesis on China Metals Resource Utilization May 18
Lightsail Capital May 18
Muddy Waters - Update on Burford Capital May 18
Spruce Point Capital - Short Thesis on Forescout Technologies May 18
Verdad - High Yield May 18
KKR Global Macro Trends May 20
Lightsail Capital May 20
FPA Crescent Fund May 20
Aoris May 22
Giverny Capital Asset Management May 22
Bireme Capital May 25
Greenhaven Road Partners Fund May 25
Hindenburg Research - Short Thesis on Sorrento Therapeutics May 26
Land & Buildings - Short Thesis on Empire State Realty Trust May 26
Muddy Waters - Short Thesis on GSX May 26
Viceroy Research - Short Thesis on Sorrento Therapeutics May 26
JLL - US Office Outlook May 27
Massif Capital - Long Thesis on Bakkafrost May 27
Bonhoeffer Fund May 29
Howard Marks Memo - Uncertainty II May 29
Muddy Waters - Update on GSX May 29
Citron Research - Long Thesis on RH June 1
CloudyThunder Research - Short Thesis on Tianneng Power June 1
Horseman Capital June 1
JCapital Research - Short Thesis on NovaGold June 1
Asset Value Investors - Fujitec June 7
GMO June 7
Grizzly Research - Report on GSX Techedu June 7
Michael Mauboussin Report June 7
Culper Research - Short Thesis on VBI Vaccines June 9
Grizzly Research - Short Thesis on Hebron Technology June 9
Muddy Waters - Short Thesis on EHTH June 9
OSS Research - Short Thesis on Tactile Systems June 9
JPMorgan Guide to Alternatives June 11
Michael Mauboussin - The Math of Value and Growth June 11
Morgan Stanley - Gaming & Lodging Primer June 11
Old West June 14
Arisaig June 15
A Guide to Social Media in China June 18
Brookfield Asset Management June 18
First Eagle June 18
Pender Funds June 18
Peter Lynch Collection 1993 to 1999 June 18
Prescience Point Capital - Short Thesis on Enphase Energy June 18
Pzena - Extreme Discounts in Oil Services June 18
Alta Fox - Evolution Gaming Thesis June 19
Alta Fox - Letter to Collectors Universe June 19
Crescat Capital June 19
Howard Marks Memo - June 18 June 19
J.P. Morgan CIO Survey 2020 June 19
Cambridge Associates - Managing Portfolios Through Downturns July 1
Citron Research - Sonos July 1
JCapital Research - Ideanomics July 1
JCapital Research - WiseTech Software July 1
Logica Funds - Talking Your Book About Value III July 1
Interviews & Lectures Date Posted
Bill Ackman - Bloomberg April 7
Bill Ackman - CNBC April 7
Jim Chanos April 7
Murray Stahl April 7
Oaktree Capital - Emerging Markets April 7
Oaktree Capital - Relative Value April 7
Steve Bregman April 7
Fundsmith Annual Meeting April 8
Grant Williams 2020 Series April 9
Barry Diller April 17
Willow Oak Value Hour April 17
Ray Dalio - Bloomberg April 18
Invest Like the Best - Dan Rasmussen April 18
Invest Like the Best - Gavin Baker April 18
Masters in Business - James Montier April 18
Carl Icahn - Bloomberg April 26
Greg Maffei - CNBC April 26
A Shift in Investment Strategies Post Coronavirus April 28
Bill Ackman - Farnam Podcast April 29
Jim Chanos on Financial Fraud May 3
Sam Zell - Bloomberg May 5
David Tepper - CNBC May 15
Stanley Druckenmiller - ECNY May 15
Howard Marks - Bloomberg May 18
Jerome Powell - 60 Minutes May 18
Chris Bloomstran May 20
Gavin Baker - CSIMA May 20
Howard Marks - CFA May 20
CFA Institute Virtual Conference May 25
Jorge Paulo Lemann May 26
Invest Like The Best - Jeremy Grantham June 11
Peter Kolchinsky and Kush Parmar on Biotech Investing June 18
Horizon Kinetics - Economically Resilient Business Models June 18
Bruce Flatt June 19
Bill Ackman July 1
Jim Chanos July 1
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The Agony and the Ecstasy - an afternoon with Kent Berridge and Frederick Toates

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2020.03.26 00:35 Scyllarious 667 positive cases, 8 cases resolved, 13 cases deceased, 10489 cases under investigation, 24458 negative cases in Ontario, Canada. An increase of 100 positive cases from yesterday

Source
Graph of positive cases
Today has been very rough. The increase of positive cases has now reached 3 digits, into 100 cases today. And if that wasn't bad enough, we also had 5 deaths today. For those than might been confused about the number of positive cases today, it is indeed 667 cases. However, those that went to the website this morning would've seen 671 positive cases. The table was updated at 5:30pm today to reflect the 5 new deaths that happened between then. Since it wasn't from the new cases, this means it was from our previous cases.
Date Positive Cases Cases Resolved Deceased Cases Cases Under Investigation (+/-) Negative Cases Daily Tested Total Tested/Testing
March 25th 667 (+100) 8 13 10,489 (+415) 24,458 2,763 35,635 (+3178)
March 24th 572 (+85) 8 8 10,074 (+1657) 21,795 2,294 32,457 (+3951)
March 23rd 489 (+78) 8 6 8,417 (+56) 19,586 2,030 28,506 (+2086)
March 22nd 412 (+48) 8 5 8,361 (+1122) 17,634 1,914 26,420 (+3036)
March 21st 368 (+59) 6 3 7,239 (+1764) 15,768 2,109 23,384 (+3873)
March 20th 311 (+60) 5 2 5,475 (+1504) 13,718 1,357 19,511 (+2861)
March 19th 251 (+44) 5 2 3,971 (+593) 12,421 2,160 16,650 (+2753)
March 18th 208 (+25) 5 1 3,378 (+1811) 10,305 915 13,897 (+2726)
March 17th 183 (+12) 5 1 1,567 (+30) 9,415 963 11,171 (+993)
March 16th 172 (+32) 5 0 1,537 (+221) 8,464 1,492 10,178 (+1713)
March 15th 140 (+42) 5 0 1,316 (+377) 7,004 1,440 8,465 (+1817)
March 14th 98 (+24) 5 0 939 (+359) 5,606 1,160 6,648 (+1519)
March 13th 74 (+20) 5 0 580 (+44) 4,470 900 5,129 (+944)
March 12th 54 (+17) 5 0 536 (+71) 3,590 719 4,185 (+790)
March 11th 37 (+6) 5 0 465 (+353) 2,888 295 3,395 (+648)
March 10th 31 (+0) 5 0 112 (+90) 2,599 252 2,747 (+344)
March 9th 31 (+5) 4 0 22 (-33) 2,347 258 2,403 (+225)
March 7th-8th 25 (+3) 4 0 55 (-17) 2,094 432 2,178 (+415)
March 6th 22 (+4) 4 0 72 (-6) 1,665 203 1,763 (+197)
March 5th 18 (+1) 4 0 78 (-24) 1,466 251 1,566 (+228)
March 4th 17 (+0) 3 0 102 (+57) 1,216 155 1,338 (+212)
March 3rd 17 (+2) 3 0 45 (+33) 1,061 88 1,126 (+121)
February 29th-March 2nd 15 (+11) 3 0 12 (-10) 975 247 1,005 (+237)
February 28th 4 (+1) 3 0 22 (+1) 739 68 768 (+69)
February 27th 3 (+1) 3 0 21 (+7) 672 63 699 (+70)
February 26th 2 (+1) 3 0 14 (-7) 610 41 629 (+36)
February 25th 1 (+0) 3 0 21 (+12) 568 28 593 (+40)
February 22nd-24th 1 (+1) 3 0 9 (-3) 540 58 553 (+55)
February 21st 0 (-1) 3 0 12 (-2) 483 21 498 (+19)
February 20th 1 (-1) 2 0 14 (-3) 462 26 479 (+23)
February 19th 2 (+0) 1 17 (+17) 436 (436+0) 18 456 (+35)
February 18th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 418 (418+0) 19 421 (+19)
February 15th-17th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 (-8) 399 (399+0) 46 402 (+38)
February 14th 2 (+0) 1 0 8 (-7) 353 (353+0) 31 364 (+24)
February 13th 2 (+0) 1 0 15 (+6) 322 (306+16) 21 340 (+27)
February 12th 2 (-1) 1 0 9 (-10) 301 (257+44) 38 313 (+28)
February 11th 3 (+0) 0 0 19 (+11) 263 (184+79) 15 285 (+26)
February 8th-10th 3 (+0) 0 0 8 (-31) 248 (167+81) 93 259 (+62)
February 7th 3 (+0) 0 0 39 (-23) 155 (130+25) 51 197 (+28)
February 6th 3 (+0) 0 0 62 (+19) 104 (104+0) 0 169 (+19)
February 5th 3 (+0) 0 0 43 (+9) 104 (96+8) 2 150 (+11)
February 4th 3 (+0) 0 0 34 (+5) 102 (90+12) 139
Old Table
Date Confirmed Cases Presumptive Confirmed Cases Recovered (Unoffical) Cases Under Investigation +/- From Previous Day
February 1st-3rd 3 0 2 29 +12
January 31st 3 0 2 17 -10
January 30th 2 0 0 27 +4
January 29th 2 0 0 23 +12
January 28th 1 1 0 11 -8
January 27th 0 2 0 19 0
Case Details
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Hospital Transmission Status
30 60s Female Toronto Public Health Scarborough Health Network - General Site travel (France) self-isolating
31 60s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Washington, D.C.) self-isolating
32 50s Male Peel Public Health Brampton Civic Hospital travel (Germany) self-isolating
33 80s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
34 70s Female Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
35 30s Female PeelPublic Health Brampton Civic Hospital close contact self-isolating
36 40s Male Toronto Public Health St. Joseph's Health Centre travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
37 50s Male Sudbury & District Health Unit Health Sciences North pending self-isolating
38 30s Female York Region Public Health Mackenzie Health hospital travel (Egypt) self-isolating
39 30s Male Toronto Public Health Toronto Western Hospital travel (US) self-isolating
40 40s Male Ottawa Public Health Ottawa Hospital travel (Austria) self-isolating
41 30s Female Hamilton Public Health Hamilton Health Sciences travel (US) self-isolating
42 40s Female Toronto Public Health St Joseph’s Health Centre travel (US) self-isolating
43 50s Male Hamilton Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
44 <18 Female Peel Public Health N/A close contact self-isolating
45 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
46 70s Male Toronto Public Health Mississauga Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
47 40s Male Toronto Public Health St Michael’s Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
48 60s Female Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (Puerto Rico) self-isolating
49 40s Female Ottawa Public Health Queensway Carlton Hospital travel (Italy) self-isolating
50 20s Female Toronto Public Health Trillium Health Partners travel (Europe) self-isolating
51 40s Female Halton Public Health Joseph Brant Hospital travel (USA, Costa Rica) self-isolating
52 <18 Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
53 30s Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
54 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
55 60s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
56 60s Female Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
57 20s Female Peel Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
58 40s Male Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
59 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Royal Victoria Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
60 20s Female York pending travel (pending) self-isolating
61 20s Female Peel pending close contact self-isolating
62 60s Female Peel pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
63 70s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
64 70s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
65 40s Male Toronto Mt. Sinai travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
66 40s Female Ottawa pending travel (England) self-isolating
67 80s Male Niagara pending pending hospitalized
68 60s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
69 20s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
70 60s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
71 20s Male Toronto Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
72 20s Male Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
73 50s Female Waterloo pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
74 20s Female Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
75 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
76 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
77 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
78 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
79 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
80 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
81 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
82 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
83 60s Male Toronto pending pending self-isolating
84 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
85 40s Male Waterloo St. Mary's General Hospital travel (USA), Caribbean Cruise self-isolating
86 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
87 70s Female Durham Lakeridge Health Oshawa travel (multiple locations including Egypt) self-isolating
88 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
89 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
90 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
91 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
92 50s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences pending self-isolating
93 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Northumberland Hills Hospital travel (Spain and Portugal) self-isolating
94 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
95 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
96 50s Male Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
97 60s Female Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
98 pending Huron Perth pending pending self-isolating
99 50s Female Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
100 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
101 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
102 pending Northwestern Victoria Hospital (Winnipeg) travel (pending) self-isolating
103 30s Female Eastern Ontario Glengarry Memorial Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
104 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
105 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
106 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
107 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
108 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
109 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
110 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
111 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
112 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
113 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
114 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
115 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
116 pending Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending pending self-isolating
117 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
118 50s Female Niagara St. Catharines travel (Egypt) self-isolating
119 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
120 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
121 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
122 40s Female Simcoe Muskoka Southlake Regional Health Centre travel (pending) self-isolating
123 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
124 pending pending pending pending self-isolating
125 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre pending hospitalized
126 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
127 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
128 pending York pending pending self-isolating
129 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
130 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
131 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
132 pending York pending pending self-isolating
133 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
134 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
135 pending York pending pending self-isolating
136 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
137 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
138 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
139 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
140 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
141 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
142 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
143 50s Male Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
144 50s Female Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
145 30s Male Peterborough Peterborough Regional Health Centre travel (Spain, Portugal) self-isolating
146 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
147 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
148 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
149 40s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph Headwaters Health Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
150 50s Female Sudbury Health Sciences North close contact self-isolating
151 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
152 pending York pending pending self-isolating
153 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
154 pending Niagara pending pending self-isolating
155 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
156 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
157 30s Male Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
158 pending York pending pending self-isolating
159 pending York pending pending self-isolating
160 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
161 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
162 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
163 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
164 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
165 pending York pending pending self-isolating
166 pending York pending pending self-isolating
167 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
168 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
169 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
170 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
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177 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
178 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
179 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
180 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
181 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
182 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
183 20s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
184 40s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (St. Maarten) self-isolating
185 60s Male York Southlake travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
186 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria close contact deceased
187 40s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
188 60s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Barbados) self-isolating
189 40s Male Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington pending travel (UK) self-isolating
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Transmission Status
190 50s Female Halton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
191 20s Female York close contact self-isolating
192 20s Male Peel travel (Europe), close contact self-isolating
193 50s Female Toronto travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
194 30s Male Toronto travel (Brazil) self-isolating
195 50s Female Halton travel (USA, Carribean) self-isolating
196 50s Female Halton travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
197 60s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
198 50s Male Toronto Travel (Japan, UK, Germany) self-isolating
199 40s Male Halton close contact self-isolating
200 40s Female Waterloo travel (Pakistan, Turkey) self-isolating
201 70s Male Hamilton travel (Mexico) self-isolating
202 20s Male Ottawa travel (USA) self-isolating
203 60s Female Middlesex London pending self-isolating
204 30s Female Hamilton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
205 50s Male Chatham Kent travel (Carribean) self-isolating
206 60s Male Grey Bruce travel (India) self-isolating
207 60s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Austria) self-isolating
208 40s Female Brant travel (Mexico) self-isolating
209 50s Female Algoma travel (USA) self-isolating
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213 50s Male Niagara travel (pending) self-isolating
214 80s Female Chatham Kent travel (USA) self-isolating
215 40s Male Ottawa travel (Spain, Belgium, Canary Islands) self-isolating
216 60s Female Ottawa travel (Germany, Malta) self-isolating
217 60s Male Eastern Ontario travel (UK) self-isolating
218 50s Female Halton travel (Spain, Finland) self-isolating
219 50s Male Halton travel (USA, San Juan) self-isolating
220 50s Female Peel travel (cruise), close contact pending
221 60s Female Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
222 20s Male Toronto travel (England) self-isolating
223 60s Male Hamilton Travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
224 20s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
225 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
226 40s Male Toronto pending pending
227 30s Female Toronto pending pending
228 20s Female Toronto pending pending
229 20s Male Toronto pending pending
230 80s Male Durham pending hospitalized
231 40s Male Toronto pending pending
232 30s Female Toronto pending pending
233 50s Female Peel travel (Manila) self-isolating
234 50s Female Peel travel (cruise) pending
235 70s Male Haliburton Kawartha travel (Europe) pending
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258 50s Male Halton pending deceased
259 40s Male Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
260 30s Male Peterborough close contact self-isolating
261 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
262 60s Male Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
263 70s Female Durham travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
264 80s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (Bahamas) self-isolating
265 60s Male Durham pending LTCH
266 90s Female Durham pending LTCH
267 80s Female Durham pending LTCH
268 70s Male Durham pending LTCH
269 80s Male Ottawa travel (Portugal) self-isolating
270 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
271 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
272 70s Female Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
273 70s Male Waterloo pending hospitalized
274 20s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
275 40s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
276 40s Male Peel pending self-isolating
277 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
278 50s Female Waterloo travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
279 20s Male Waterloo close contact self-isolating
280 50s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
281 50s Female Durham close contact hospitalized
282 30s Male York travel (Caribbean) self-isolating
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311 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
312 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
313 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
314 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
315 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
316 90s Female Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
317 60s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
318 50s Male Porcupin travel self-isolating
319 20s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (USA) self-isolating
320 50s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
321 50s Female Toronto travel (Germany) self-isolating
322 50s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (USA) self-isolating
323 20s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Ecuador) self-isolating
324 < 18 Female York close contact self-isolating
325 50s Female York travel (Germany, Austria) self-isolating
326 40s Female Peel travel (London) self-isolating
327 50s Male Peel travel (Philippines) self-isolating
328 50s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
329 50s Female Peel pending pending
330 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (England) hospitalized
331 40s Female York pending self-isolating
332 60s Male Toronto travel (Europe) self-isolating
333 40s Female York pending pending
334 70s Female York close contact pending
335 30s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
336 pending pending pending pending
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378 20s Female Ottawa pending self-isolating
379 30s Male Eastern Ontario pending self-isolating
380 70s Male Peel pending pending
381 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
382 50s Male Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
383 60s Male Windsor Essex travel (Caribbean) self-isolating
384 30s Male Toronto pending pending
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425 70s Female York travel deceased
426 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending deceased
427 30s Male York close contact self-isolating
428 50s Male York close contact self-isolating
429 20s Female Hastings Prince Edward close contact self-isolating
430 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
431 50s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
432 30s Female York pending self-isolating
433 40s pending Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
434 40s Female Sudbury travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
435 < 18 Female Ottawa travel self-isolating
436 50s Male Halton travel (Puerto Rico, St Thomas, Barbados) self-isolating
437 60s Female Simcoe Muskoka travel (Egypt, Israel, London) self-isolating
438 pending Male Peel close contact self-isolating
439 50s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
440 60s Male Toronto pending institution
441 20s Female Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
442 40s Male Halton travel (Jamaica) self-isolating
443 90s Male Toronto pending institution
444 60s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph pending self-isolating
445 20s Female Hamilton pending pending
446 70s Female Durham pending hospitalized
447 20s Male Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
448 80s Female Peel pending self-isolating
449 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
450 50s Female York travel (USA) hospitalized
451 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending self-isolating
452 40s Male Waterloo pending institution
453 50s Female Ottawa close contact self-isolating
454 20s Female Toronto travel (London, Dubai) self-isolating
455 90s Female Toronto pending institution
456 40s pending Toronto pending self-isolating
457 60s Female Eastern Ontario close contact self-isolating
458 70s Male Peel travel (Italy) self-isolating
459 60s Male York close contact self-isolating
460 70s Female Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington pending hospitalized
461 30s Male York travel (USA) self-isolating
462 50s Male Ottawa pending hospitalized
463 90s pending Toronto pending institution
464 40s Male Durham pending hospitalized
465 30s Female Toronto pending hospitalized
466 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
467 40s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
468 20s Female Toronto travel (Spain) self-isolating
469 40s Male York travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
470 60s Female York close contact self-isolating
471 70s Male Hamilton close contact self-isolating
472 70s Female Hamilton close contact self-isolating
473 70s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
474 40s Male Toronto close contact self-isolating
475 pending pending pending pending
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504 30s Male Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington travel (UK) self-isolating
505 70s Female Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington travel (Singapore) self-isolating
506 70s Male Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington travel (Singapore) self-isolating
507 40s Female Waterloo pending self-isolating
508 30s Female Toronto pending self-isolating
509 40s Female Brant pending self-isolating
510 20s Female Peel pending self-isolating
511 30s Female Halton travel (UK) self-isolating
512 80s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph pending hospitalized
513 30s Female Grey Bruce travel (Italy) self-isolating
514 40s Male Windsor Essex travel (USA) self-isolating
515 50s Female Hamilton pending pending
516 30s Female Hamilton close contact self-isolating
517 60s Male Hamilton pending pending
518 40s Male Niagara pending pending
519 60s Male Waterloo pending hospitalized
520 30s Female Ottawa close contact self-isolating
521 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
522 30s Male Toronto close contact self-isolating
523 80s Male York pending self-isolating
524 40s Male York pending self-isolating
525 60s Female York close contact pending
526 60s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
527 50s Female Toronto pending self-isolating
528 70s Female Sudbury travel (USA) self-isolating
529 50s Female Peel travel (Dubai) self-isolating
530 50s Male Ottawa travel (USA) self-isolating
531 30s Male Toronto pending pending
532 70s Male Toronto pending pending
533 50s Male Toronto pending pending
534 70s Male Toronto pending pending
535 20s Female Toronto pending pending
536 60s Male Toronto pending pending
537 50s Female Durham travel (USA) self-isolation
538 70s Male York travel (USA) self-isolation
539 40s Male Durham travel self-isolation
540 50s Male Toronto travel (USA) self-isolation
541 50s Male Toronto travel (Austria) self-isolation
542 30s Female Toronto travel (USA) self-isolation
543 60s Male York pending self-isolation
544 60s Female Peel travel (Dubai) self-isolation
545 50s Female Toronto pending pending
546 50s Male Toronto travel (Austria) self-isolation
547 50s Female Toronto travel (Austria) self-isolation
548 30s Male Toronto travel (Brazil) self-isolation
549 90s Female Durham pending deceased
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2020.03.25 02:30 Scyllarious 572 positive cases, 8 cases resolved, 8 cases deceased, 10074 cases under investigation and 21795 negative cases in Ontario, Canada. An increase of 85 positive cases from yesterday

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Graph of positive cases
Today, we had an increase of 85 positive cases after testing 2,294 cases. Furthermore we had two more deaths today, one from the new cases and one from our previous cases.
The number of positive cases each day continues to rise as our provincial government does fuck all and decides nearly all work is considered essential. I saw a bunch of comments praising Ford for his action and even I thought that the closure of all non-essential services by Ford was great move by him. Turns out my expectations was set too high. Thanks Ford.
Side note, about the case information table part. If you didn't notice it, it looks slightly different than before. This is because they added an extra space on each line for no apparent reason. It barely changes the actual look of the table but when I try to copy it onto reddit to make my table, it really fucks up the formating.
Originally, when I copy it over to reddit, it would look something like this:
101 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
And all I would do is put '' in between the spaces
Now when you try to copy it it becomes:
504
30s Male
Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington
travel (UK)
self-isolating
Now I have to delete the extra spaces to make them back into a single line, for every single case. What a hassle.
Date Positive Cases Cases Resolved Deceased Cases Cases Under Investigation (+/-) Negative Cases Daily Tested Total Tested/Testing
March 24th 572 (+85) 8 8 10,074 (+1657) 21,795 2,294 32,457 (+3951)
March 23rd 489 (+78) 8 6 8,417 (+56) 19,586 2,030 28,506 (+2086)
March 22nd 412 (+48) 8 5 8,361 (+1122) 17,634 1,914 26,420 (+3036)
March 21st 368 (+59) 6 3 7,239 (+1764) 15,768 2,109 23,384 (+3873)
March 20th 311 (+60) 5 2 5,475 (+1504) 13,718 1,357 19,511 (+2861)
March 19th 251 (+44) 5 2 3,971 (+593) 12,421 2,160 16,650 (+2753)
March 18th 208 (+25) 5 1 3,378 (+1811) 10,305 915 13,897 (+2726)
March 17th 183 (+12) 5 1 1,567 (+30) 9,415 963 11,171 (+993)
March 16th 172 (+32) 5 0 1,537 (+221) 8,464 1,492 10,178 (+1713)
March 15th 140 (+42) 5 0 1,316 (+377) 7,004 1,440 8,465 (+1817)
March 14th 98 (+24) 5 0 939 (+359) 5,606 1,160 6,648 (+1519)
March 13th 74 (+20) 5 0 580 (+44) 4,470 900 5,129 (+944)
March 12th 54 (+17) 5 0 536 (+71) 3,590 719 4,185 (+790)
March 11th 37 (+6) 5 0 465 (+353) 2,888 295 3,395 (+648)
March 10th 31 (+0) 5 0 112 (+90) 2,599 252 2,747 (+344)
March 9th 31 (+5) 4 0 22 (-33) 2,347 258 2,403 (+225)
March 7th-8th 25 (+3) 4 0 55 (-17) 2,094 432 2,178 (+415)
March 6th 22 (+4) 4 0 72 (-6) 1,665 203 1,763 (+197)
March 5th 18 (+1) 4 0 78 (-24) 1,466 251 1,566 (+228)
March 4th 17 (+0) 3 0 102 (+57) 1,216 155 1,338 (+212)
March 3rd 17 (+2) 3 0 45 (+33) 1,061 88 1,126 (+121)
February 29th-March 2nd 15 (+11) 3 0 12 (-10) 975 247 1,005 (+237)
February 28th 4 (+1) 3 0 22 (+1) 739 68 768 (+69)
February 27th 3 (+1) 3 0 21 (+7) 672 63 699 (+70)
February 26th 2 (+1) 3 0 14 (-7) 610 41 629 (+36)
February 25th 1 (+0) 3 0 21 (+12) 568 28 593 (+40)
February 22nd-24th 1 (+1) 3 0 9 (-3) 540 58 553 (+55)
February 21st 0 (-1) 3 0 12 (-2) 483 21 498 (+19)
February 20th 1 (-1) 2 0 14 (-3) 462 26 479 (+23)
February 19th 2 (+0) 1 17 (+17) 436 (436+0) 18 456 (+35)
February 18th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 418 (418+0) 19 421 (+19)
February 15th-17th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 (-8) 399 (399+0) 46 402 (+38)
February 14th 2 (+0) 1 0 8 (-7) 353 (353+0) 31 364 (+24)
February 13th 2 (+0) 1 0 15 (+6) 322 (306+16) 21 340 (+27)
February 12th 2 (-1) 1 0 9 (-10) 301 (257+44) 38 313 (+28)
February 11th 3 (+0) 0 0 19 (+11) 263 (184+79) 15 285 (+26)
February 8th-10th 3 (+0) 0 0 8 (-31) 248 (167+81) 93 259 (+62)
February 7th 3 (+0) 0 0 39 (-23) 155 (130+25) 51 197 (+28)
February 6th 3 (+0) 0 0 62 (+19) 104 (104+0) 0 169 (+19)
February 5th 3 (+0) 0 0 43 (+9) 104 (96+8) 2 150 (+11)
February 4th 3 (+0) 0 0 34 (+5) 102 (90+12) 139
Old Table
Date Confirmed Cases Presumptive Confirmed Cases Recovered (Unoffical) Cases Under Investigation +/- From Previous Day
February 1st-3rd 3 0 2 29 +12
January 31st 3 0 2 17 -10
January 30th 2 0 0 27 +4
January 29th 2 0 0 23 +12
January 28th 1 1 0 11 -8
January 27th 0 2 0 19 0
Case Details
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Hospital Transmission Status
30 60s Female Toronto Public Health Scarborough Health Network - General Site travel (France) self-isolating
31 60s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Washington, D.C.) self-isolating
32 50s Male Peel Public Health Brampton Civic Hospital travel (Germany) self-isolating
33 80s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
34 70s Female Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
35 30s Female PeelPublic Health Brampton Civic Hospital close contact self-isolating
36 40s Male Toronto Public Health St. Joseph's Health Centre travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
37 50s Male Sudbury & District Health Unit Health Sciences North pending self-isolating
38 30s Female York Region Public Health Mackenzie Health hospital travel (Egypt) self-isolating
39 30s Male Toronto Public Health Toronto Western Hospital travel (US) self-isolating
40 40s Male Ottawa Public Health Ottawa Hospital travel (Austria) self-isolating
41 30s Female Hamilton Public Health Hamilton Health Sciences travel (US) self-isolating
42 40s Female Toronto Public Health St Joseph’s Health Centre travel (US) self-isolating
43 50s Male Hamilton Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
44 <18 Female Peel Public Health N/A close contact self-isolating
45 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
46 70s Male Toronto Public Health Mississauga Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
47 40s Male Toronto Public Health St Michael’s Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
48 60s Female Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (Puerto Rico) self-isolating
49 40s Female Ottawa Public Health Queensway Carlton Hospital travel (Italy) self-isolating
50 20s Female Toronto Public Health Trillium Health Partners travel (Europe) self-isolating
51 40s Female Halton Public Health Joseph Brant Hospital travel (USA, Costa Rica) self-isolating
52 <18 Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
53 30s Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
54 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
55 60s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
56 60s Female Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
57 20s Female Peel Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
58 40s Male Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
59 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Royal Victoria Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
60 20s Female York pending travel (pending) self-isolating
61 20s Female Peel pending close contact self-isolating
62 60s Female Peel pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
63 70s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
64 70s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
65 40s Male Toronto Mt. Sinai travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
66 40s Female Ottawa pending travel (England) self-isolating
67 80s Male Niagara pending pending hospitalized
68 60s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
69 20s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
70 60s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
71 20s Male Toronto Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
72 20s Male Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
73 50s Female Waterloo pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
74 20s Female Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
75 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
76 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
77 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
78 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
79 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
80 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
81 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
82 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
83 60s Male Toronto pending pending self-isolating
84 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
85 40s Male Waterloo St. Mary's General Hospital travel (USA), Caribbean Cruise self-isolating
86 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
87 70s Female Durham Lakeridge Health Oshawa travel (multiple locations including Egypt) self-isolating
88 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
89 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
90 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
91 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
92 50s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences pending self-isolating
93 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Northumberland Hills Hospital travel (Spain and Portugal) self-isolating
94 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
95 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
96 50s Male Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
97 60s Female Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
98 pending Huron Perth pending pending self-isolating
99 50s Female Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
100 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
101 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
102 pending Northwestern Victoria Hospital (Winnipeg) travel (pending) self-isolating
103 30s Female Eastern Ontario Glengarry Memorial Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
104 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
105 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
106 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
107 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
108 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
109 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
110 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
111 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
112 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
113 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
114 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
115 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
116 pending Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending pending self-isolating
117 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
118 50s Female Niagara St. Catharines travel (Egypt) self-isolating
119 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
120 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
121 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
122 40s Female Simcoe Muskoka Southlake Regional Health Centre travel (pending) self-isolating
123 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
124 pending pending pending pending self-isolating
125 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre pending hospitalized
126 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
127 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
128 pending York pending pending self-isolating
129 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
130 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
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132 pending York pending pending self-isolating
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142 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
143 50s Male Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
144 50s Female Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
145 30s Male Peterborough Peterborough Regional Health Centre travel (Spain, Portugal) self-isolating
146 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
147 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
148 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
149 40s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph Headwaters Health Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
150 50s Female Sudbury Health Sciences North close contact self-isolating
151 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
152 pending York pending pending self-isolating
153 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
154 pending Niagara pending pending self-isolating
155 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
156 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
157 30s Male Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
158 pending York pending pending self-isolating
159 pending York pending pending self-isolating
160 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
161 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
162 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
163 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
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165 pending York pending pending self-isolating
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167 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
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178 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
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182 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
183 20s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
184 40s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (St. Maarten) self-isolating
185 60s Male York Southlake travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
186 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria close contact deceased
187 40s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
188 60s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Barbados) self-isolating
189 40s Male Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington pending travel (UK) self-isolating
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Transmission Status
190 50s Female Halton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
191 20s Female York close contact self-isolating
192 20s Male Peel travel (Europe), close contact self-isolating
193 50s Female Toronto travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
194 30s Male Toronto travel (Brazil) self-isolating
195 50s Female Halton travel (USA, Carribean) self-isolating
196 50s Female Halton travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
197 60s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
198 50s Male Toronto Travel (Japan, UK, Germany) self-isolating
199 40s Male Halton close contact self-isolating
200 40s Female Waterloo travel (Pakistan, Turkey) self-isolating
201 70s Male Hamilton travel (Mexico) self-isolating
202 20s Male Ottawa travel (USA) self-isolating
203 60s Female Middlesex London pending self-isolating
204 30s Female Hamilton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
205 50s Male Chatham Kent travel (Carribean) self-isolating
206 60s Male Grey Bruce travel (India) self-isolating
207 60s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Austria) self-isolating
208 40s Female Brant travel (Mexico) self-isolating
209 50s Female Algoma travel (USA) self-isolating
210 pending pending pending self-isolating
211 pending pending pending self-isolating
212 pending pending pending self-isolating
213 50s Male Niagara travel (pending) self-isolating
214 80s Female Chatham Kent travel (USA) self-isolating
215 40s Male Ottawa travel (Spain, Belgium, Canary Islands) self-isolating
216 60s Female Ottawa travel (Germany, Malta) self-isolating
217 60s Male Eastern Ontario travel (UK) self-isolating
218 50s Female Halton travel (Spain, Finland) self-isolating
219 50s Male Halton travel (USA, San Juan) self-isolating
220 50s Female Peel travel (cruise), close contact pending
221 60s Female Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
222 20s Male Toronto travel (England) self-isolating
223 60s Male Hamilton Travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
224 20s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
225 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
226 40s Male Toronto pending pending
227 30s Female Toronto pending pending
228 20s Female Toronto pending pending
229 20s Male Toronto pending pending
230 80s Male Durham pending hospitalized
231 40s Male Toronto pending pending
232 30s Female Toronto pending pending
233 50s Female Peel travel (Manila) self-isolating
234 50s Female Peel travel (cruise) pending
235 70s Male Haliburton Kawartha travel (Europe) pending
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258 50s Male Halton pending deceased
259 40s Male Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
260 30s Male Peterborough close contact self-isolating
261 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
262 60s Male Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
263 70s Female Durham travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
264 80s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (Bahamas) self-isolating
265 60s Male Durham pending LTCH
266 90s Female Durham pending LTCH
267 80s Female Durham pending LTCH
268 70s Male Durham pending LTCH
269 80s Male Ottawa travel (Portugal) self-isolating
270 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
271 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
272 70s Female Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
273 70s Male Waterloo pending hospitalized
274 20s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
275 40s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
276 40s Male Peel pending self-isolating
277 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
278 50s Female Waterloo travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
279 20s Male Waterloo close contact self-isolating
280 50s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
281 50s Female Durham close contact hospitalized
282 30s Male York travel (Caribbean) self-isolating
283 pending pending pending pending
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309 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
310 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
311 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
312 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
313 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
314 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
315 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
316 90s Female Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
317 60s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
318 50s Male Porcupin travel self-isolating
319 20s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (USA) self-isolating
320 50s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
321 50s Female Toronto travel (Germany) self-isolating
322 50s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (USA) self-isolating
323 20s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Ecuador) self-isolating
324 < 18 Female York close contact self-isolating
325 50s Female York travel (Germany, Austria) self-isolating
326 40s Female Peel travel (London) self-isolating
327 50s Male Peel travel (Philippines) self-isolating
328 50s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
329 50s Female Peel pending pending
330 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (England) hospitalized
331 40s Female York pending self-isolating
332 60s Male Toronto travel (Europe) self-isolating
333 40s Female York pending pending
334 70s Female York close contact pending
335 30s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
336 pending pending pending pending
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378 20s Female Ottawa pending self-isolating
379 30s Male Eastern Ontario pending self-isolating
380 70s Male Peel pending pending
381 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
382 50s Male Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
383 60s Male Windsor Essex travel (Caribbean) self-isolating
384 30s Male Toronto pending pending
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425 70s Female York travel deceased
426 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending deceased
427 30s Male York close contact self-isolating
428 50s Male York close contact self-isolating
429 20s Female Hastings Prince Edward close contact self-isolating
430 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
431 50s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
432 30s Female York pending self-isolating
433 40s pending Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
434 40s Female Sudbury travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
435 < 18 Female Ottawa travel self-isolating
436 50s Male Halton travel (Puerto Rico, St Thomas, Barbados) self-isolating
437 60s Female Simcoe Muskoka travel (Egypt, Israel, London) self-isolating
438 pending Male Peel close contact self-isolating
439 50s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
440 60s Male Toronto pending institution
441 20s Female Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
442 40s Male Halton travel (Jamaica) self-isolating
443 90s Male Toronto pending institution
444 60s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph pending self-isolating
445 20s Female Hamilton pending pending
446 70s Female Durham pending hospitalized
447 20s Male Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
448 80s Female Peel pending self-isolating
449 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
450 50s Female York travel (USA) hospitalized
451 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending self-isolating
452 40s Male Waterloo pending institution
453 50s Female Ottawa close contact self-isolating
454 20s Female Toronto travel (London, Dubai) self-isolating
455 90s Female Toronto pending institution
456 40s pending Toronto pending self-isolating
457 60s Female Eastern Ontario close contact self-isolating
458 70s Male Peel travel (Italy) self-isolating
459 60s Male York close contact self-isolating
460 70s Female Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington pending hospitalized
461 30s Male York travel (USA) self-isolating
462 50s Male Ottawa pending hospitalized
463 90s pending Toronto pending institution
464 40s Male Durham pending hospitalized
465 30s Female Toronto pending hospitalized
466 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
467 40s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
468 20s Female Toronto travel (Spain) self-isolating
469 40s Male York travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
470 60s Female York close contact self-isolating
471 70s Male Hamilton close contact self-isolating
472 70s Female Hamilton close contact self-isolating
473 70s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
474 40s Male Toronto close contact self-isolating
475 pending pending pending pending
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504 30s Male Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington travel (UK) self-isolating
505 70s Female Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington travel (Singapore) self-isolating
506 70s Male Kingston Frontenac Lennox Addington travel (Singapore) self-isolating
507 40s Female Waterloo pending self-isolating
508 30s Female Toronto pending self-isolating
509 40s Female Brant pending self-isolating
510 20s Female Peel pending self-isolating
511 30s Female Halton travel (UK) self-isolating
512 80s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph pending hospitalized
513 30s Female Grey Bruce travel (Italy) self-isolating
514 40s Male Windsor Essex travel (USA) self-isolating
515 50s Female Hamilton pending pending
516 30s Female Hamilton close contact self-isolating
517 60s Male Hamilton pending pending
518 40s Male Niagara pending pending
519 60s Male Waterloo pending hospitalized
520 30s Female Ottawa close contact self-isolating
521 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
522 30s Male Toronto close contact self-isolating
523 80s Male York pending self-isolating
524 40s Male York pending self-isolating
525 60s Female York close contact pending
526 60s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
527 50s Female Toronto pending self-isolating
528 70s Female Sudbury travel (USA) self-isolating
529 50s Female Peel travel (Dubai) self-isolating
530 50s Male Ottawa travel (USA) self-isolating
531 30s Male Toronto pending pending
532 70s Male Toronto pending pending
533 50s Male Toronto pending pending
534 70s Male Toronto pending pending
535 20s Female Toronto pending pending
536 60s Male Toronto pending pending
537 50s Female Durham travel (USA) self-isolation
538 70s Male York travel (USA) self-isolation
539 40s Male Durham travel self-isolation
540 50s Male Toronto travel (USA) self-isolation
541 50s Male Toronto travel (Austria) self-isolation
542 30s Female Toronto travel (USA) self-isolation
543 60s Male York pending self-isolation
544 60s Female Peel travel (Dubai) self-isolation
545 50s Female Toronto pending pending
546 50s Male Toronto travel (Austria) self-isolation
547 50s Female Toronto travel (Austria) self-isolation
548 30s Male Toronto travel (Brazil) self-isolation
549 90s Female Durham pending deceased
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2020.03.24 00:19 Scyllarious 489 positive cases, 8 cases resolved, 6 cases deceased, 8417 cases under investigation, and 19586 negative cases in Ontario, Canada. An increase of 78 positive cases from yesterday.

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Graph of positive cases
Today we had an increase of 78 positive cases today, including another deceased case. This comes with around two thousand tests tested today, just a hundred more than yesterdays. So today we saw a huge increase of positive cases with the same amount of tests as yesterday.
Growing ever concerned, the Ontario government has instituted a lockdown of all non-essential services, we'll have to see tomorrow exactly what companies are exempt from this. Speaking of institute, on the case information table, there are some cases in which their status is deemed as "institution", not really sure what this could mean.
Date Positive Cases Cases Resolved Deceased Cases Cases Under Investigation (+/-) Negative Cases Daily Tested Total Tested/Testing
March 23rd 489 (+78) 8 6 8,417 (+56) 19,586 2,030 28,506 (+2086)
March 22nd 412 (+48) 8 5 8,361 (+1122) 17,634 1,914 26,420 (+3036)
March 21st 368 (+59) 6 3 7,239 (+1764) 15,768 2,109 23,384 (+3873)
March 20th 311 (+60) 5 2 5,475 (+1504) 13,718 1,357 19,511 (+2861)
March 19th 251 (+44) 5 2 3,971 (+593) 12,421 2,160 16,650 (+2753)
March 18th 208 (+25) 5 1 3,378 (+1811) 10,305 915 13,897 (+2726)
March 17th 183 (+12) 5 1 1,567 (+30) 9,415 963 11,171 (+993)
March 16th 172 (+32) 5 0 1,537 (+221) 8,464 1,492 10,178 (+1713)
March 15th 140 (+42) 5 0 1,316 (+377) 7,004 1,440 8,465 (+1817)
March 14th 98 (+24) 5 0 939 (+359) 5,606 1,160 6,648 (+1519)
March 13th 74 (+20) 5 0 580 (+44) 4,470 900 5,129 (+944)
March 12th 54 (+17) 5 0 536 (+71) 3,590 719 4,185 (+790)
March 11th 37 (+6) 5 0 465 (+353) 2,888 295 3,395 (+648)
March 10th 31 (+0) 5 0 112 (+90) 2,599 252 2,747 (+344)
March 9th 31 (+5) 4 0 22 (-33) 2,347 258 2,403 (+225)
March 7th-8th 25 (+3) 4 0 55 (-17) 2,094 432 2,178 (+415)
March 6th 22 (+4) 4 0 72 (-6) 1,665 203 1,763 (+197)
March 5th 18 (+1) 4 0 78 (-24) 1,466 251 1,566 (+228)
March 4th 17 (+0) 3 0 102 (+57) 1,216 155 1,338 (+212)
March 3rd 17 (+2) 3 0 45 (+33) 1,061 88 1,126 (+121)
February 29th-March 2nd 15 (+11) 3 0 12 (-10) 975 247 1,005 (+237)
February 28th 4 (+1) 3 0 22 (+1) 739 68 768 (+69)
February 27th 3 (+1) 3 0 21 (+7) 672 63 699 (+70)
February 26th 2 (+1) 3 0 14 (-7) 610 41 629 (+36)
February 25th 1 (+0) 3 0 21 (+12) 568 28 593 (+40)
February 22nd-24th 1 (+1) 3 0 9 (-3) 540 58 553 (+55)
February 21st 0 (-1) 3 0 12 (-2) 483 21 498 (+19)
February 20th 1 (-1) 2 0 14 (-3) 462 26 479 (+23)
February 19th 2 (+0) 1 17 (+17) 436 (436+0) 18 456 (+35)
February 18th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 418 (418+0) 19 421 (+19)
February 15th-17th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 (-8) 399 (399+0) 46 402 (+38)
February 14th 2 (+0) 1 0 8 (-7) 353 (353+0) 31 364 (+24)
February 13th 2 (+0) 1 0 15 (+6) 322 (306+16) 21 340 (+27)
February 12th 2 (-1) 1 0 9 (-10) 301 (257+44) 38 313 (+28)
February 11th 3 (+0) 0 0 19 (+11) 263 (184+79) 15 285 (+26)
February 8th-10th 3 (+0) 0 0 8 (-31) 248 (167+81) 93 259 (+62)
February 7th 3 (+0) 0 0 39 (-23) 155 (130+25) 51 197 (+28)
February 6th 3 (+0) 0 0 62 (+19) 104 (104+0) 0 169 (+19)
February 5th 3 (+0) 0 0 43 (+9) 104 (96+8) 2 150 (+11)
February 4th 3 (+0) 0 0 34 (+5) 102 (90+12) 139
Old Table
Date Confirmed Cases Presumptive Confirmed Cases Recovered (Unoffical) Cases Under Investigation +/- From Previous Day
February 1st-3rd 3 0 2 29 +12
January 31st 3 0 2 17 -10
January 30th 2 0 0 27 +4
January 29th 2 0 0 23 +12
January 28th 1 1 0 11 -8
January 27th 0 2 0 19 0
Case Details
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Hospital Transmission Status
30 60s Female Toronto Public Health Scarborough Health Network - General Site travel (France) self-isolating
31 60s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Washington, D.C.) self-isolating
32 50s Male Peel Public Health Brampton Civic Hospital travel (Germany) self-isolating
33 80s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
34 70s Female Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
35 30s Female PeelPublic Health Brampton Civic Hospital close contact self-isolating
36 40s Male Toronto Public Health St. Joseph's Health Centre travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
37 50s Male Sudbury & District Health Unit Health Sciences North pending self-isolating
38 30s Female York Region Public Health Mackenzie Health hospital travel (Egypt) self-isolating
39 30s Male Toronto Public Health Toronto Western Hospital travel (US) self-isolating
40 40s Male Ottawa Public Health Ottawa Hospital travel (Austria) self-isolating
41 30s Female Hamilton Public Health Hamilton Health Sciences travel (US) self-isolating
42 40s Female Toronto Public Health St Joseph’s Health Centre travel (US) self-isolating
43 50s Male Hamilton Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
44 <18 Female Peel Public Health N/A close contact self-isolating
45 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
46 70s Male Toronto Public Health Mississauga Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
47 40s Male Toronto Public Health St Michael’s Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
48 60s Female Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (Puerto Rico) self-isolating
49 40s Female Ottawa Public Health Queensway Carlton Hospital travel (Italy) self-isolating
50 20s Female Toronto Public Health Trillium Health Partners travel (Europe) self-isolating
51 40s Female Halton Public Health Joseph Brant Hospital travel (USA, Costa Rica) self-isolating
52 <18 Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
53 30s Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
54 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
55 60s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
56 60s Female Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
57 20s Female Peel Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
58 40s Male Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
59 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Royal Victoria Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
60 20s Female York pending travel (pending) self-isolating
61 20s Female Peel pending close contact self-isolating
62 60s Female Peel pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
63 70s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
64 70s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
65 40s Male Toronto Mt. Sinai travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
66 40s Female Ottawa pending travel (England) self-isolating
67 80s Male Niagara pending pending hospitalized
68 60s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
69 20s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
70 60s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
71 20s Male Toronto Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
72 20s Male Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
73 50s Female Waterloo pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
74 20s Female Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
75 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
76 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
77 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
78 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
79 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
80 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
81 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
82 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
83 60s Male Toronto pending pending self-isolating
84 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
85 40s Male Waterloo St. Mary's General Hospital travel (USA), Caribbean Cruise self-isolating
86 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
87 70s Female Durham Lakeridge Health Oshawa travel (multiple locations including Egypt) self-isolating
88 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
89 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
90 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
91 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
92 50s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences pending self-isolating
93 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Northumberland Hills Hospital travel (Spain and Portugal) self-isolating
94 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
95 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
96 50s Male Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
97 60s Female Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
98 pending Huron Perth pending pending self-isolating
99 50s Female Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
100 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
101 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
102 pending Northwestern Victoria Hospital (Winnipeg) travel (pending) self-isolating
103 30s Female Eastern Ontario Glengarry Memorial Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
104 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
105 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
106 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
107 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
108 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
109 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
110 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
111 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
112 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
113 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
114 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
115 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
116 pending Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending pending self-isolating
117 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
118 50s Female Niagara St. Catharines travel (Egypt) self-isolating
119 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
120 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
121 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
122 40s Female Simcoe Muskoka Southlake Regional Health Centre travel (pending) self-isolating
123 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
124 pending pending pending pending self-isolating
125 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre pending hospitalized
126 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
127 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
128 pending York pending pending self-isolating
129 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
130 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
131 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
132 pending York pending pending self-isolating
133 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
134 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
135 pending York pending pending self-isolating
136 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
137 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
138 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
139 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
140 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
141 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
142 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
143 50s Male Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
144 50s Female Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
145 30s Male Peterborough Peterborough Regional Health Centre travel (Spain, Portugal) self-isolating
146 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
147 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
148 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
149 40s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph Headwaters Health Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
150 50s Female Sudbury Health Sciences North close contact self-isolating
151 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
152 pending York pending pending self-isolating
153 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
154 pending Niagara pending pending self-isolating
155 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
156 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
157 30s Male Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
158 pending York pending pending self-isolating
159 pending York pending pending self-isolating
160 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
161 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
162 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
163 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
164 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
165 pending York pending pending self-isolating
166 pending York pending pending self-isolating
167 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
168 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
169 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
170 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
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175 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
176 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
177 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
178 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
179 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
180 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
181 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
182 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
183 20s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
184 40s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (St. Maarten) self-isolating
185 60s Male York Southlake travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
186 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria close contact deceased
187 40s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
188 60s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Barbados) self-isolating
189 40s Male Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington pending travel (UK) self-isolating
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Transmission Status
190 50s Female Halton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
191 20s Female York close contact self-isolating
192 20s Male Peel travel (Europe), close contact self-isolating
193 50s Female Toronto travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
194 30s Male Toronto travel (Brazil) self-isolating
195 50s Female Halton travel (USA, Carribean) self-isolating
196 50s Female Halton travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
197 60s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
198 50s Male Toronto Travel (Japan, UK, Germany) self-isolating
199 40s Male Halton close contact self-isolating
200 40s Female Waterloo travel (Pakistan, Turkey) self-isolating
201 70s Male Hamilton travel (Mexico) self-isolating
202 20s Male Ottawa travel (USA) self-isolating
203 60s Female Middlesex London pending self-isolating
204 30s Female Hamilton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
205 50s Male Chatham Kent travel (Carribean) self-isolating
206 60s Male Grey Bruce travel (India) self-isolating
207 60s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Austria) self-isolating
208 40s Female Brant travel (Mexico) self-isolating
209 50s Female Algoma travel (USA) self-isolating
210 pending pending pending self-isolating
211 pending pending pending self-isolating
212 pending pending pending self-isolating
213 50s Male Niagara travel (pending) self-isolating
214 80s Female Chatham Kent travel (USA) self-isolating
215 40s Male Ottawa travel (Spain, Belgium, Canary Islands) self-isolating
216 60s Female Ottawa travel (Germany, Malta) self-isolating
217 60s Male Eastern Ontario travel (UK) self-isolating
218 50s Female Halton travel (Spain, Finland) self-isolating
219 50s Male Halton travel (USA, San Juan) self-isolating
220 50s Female Peel travel (cruise), close contact pending
221 60s Female Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
222 20s Male Toronto travel (England) self-isolating
223 60s Male Hamilton Travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
224 20s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
225 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
226 40s Male Toronto pending pending
227 30s Female Toronto pending pending
228 20s Female Toronto pending pending
229 20s Male Toronto pending pending
230 80s Male Durham pending hospitalized
231 40s Male Toronto pending pending
232 30s Female Toronto pending pending
233 50s Female Peel travel (Manila) self-isolating
234 50s Female Peel travel (cruise) pending
235 70s Male Haliburton Kawartha travel (Europe) pending
236 pending pending pending pending
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258 50s Male Halton pending deceased
259 40s Male Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
260 30s Male Peterborough close contact self-isolating
261 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
262 60s Male Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
263 70s Female Durham travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
264 80s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (Bahamas) self-isolating
265 60s Male Durham pending LTCH
266 90s Female Durham pending LTCH
267 80s Female Durham pending LTCH
268 70s Male Durham pending LTCH
269 80s Male Ottawa travel (Portugal) self-isolating
270 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
271 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
272 70s Female Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
273 70s Male Waterloo pending hospitalized
274 20s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
275 40s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
276 40s Male Peel pending self-isolating
277 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
278 50s Female Waterloo travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
279 20s Male Waterloo close contact self-isolating
280 50s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
281 50s Female Durham close contact hospitalized
282 30s Male York travel (Caribbean) self-isolating
283 pending pending pending pending
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309 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
310 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
311 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
312 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
313 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
314 pending Middlesex London pending self-isolating
315 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
316 90s Female Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
317 60s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
318 50s Male Porcupin travel self-isolating
319 20s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (USA) self-isolating
320 50s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
321 50s Female Toronto travel (Germany) self-isolating
322 50s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (USA) self-isolating
323 20s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Ecuador) self-isolating
324 < 18 Female York close contact self-isolating
325 50s Female York travel (Germany, Austria) self-isolating
326 40s Female Peel travel (London) self-isolating
327 50s Male Peel travel (Philippines) self-isolating
328 50s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
329 50s Female Peel pending pending
330 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (England) hospitalized
331 40s Female York pending self-isolating
332 60s Male Toronto travel (Europe) self-isolating
333 40s Female York pending pending
334 70s Female York close contact pending
335 30s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
336 pending pending pending pending
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376 pending pending pending pending
377 pending pending pending pending
378 20s Female Ottawa pending self-isolating
379 30s Male Eastern Ontario pending self-isolating
380 70s Male Peel pending pending
381 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
382 50s Male Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
383 60s Male Windsor Essex travel (Caribbean) self-isolating
384 30s Male Toronto pending pending
385 pending pending pending pending
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425 70s Female York travel deceased
426 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending deceased
427 30s Male York close contact self-isolating
428 50s Male York close contact self-isolating
429 20s Female Hastings Prince Edward close contact self-isolating
430 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
431 50s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
432 30s Female York pending self-isolating
433 40s pending Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
434 40s Female Sudbury travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
435 < 18 Female Ottawa travel self-isolating
436 50s Male Halton travel (Puerto Rico, St Thomas, Barbados) self-isolating
437 60s Female Simcoe Muskoka travel (Egypt, Israel, London) self-isolating
438 pending Male Peel close contact self-isolating
439 50s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
440 60s Male Toronto pending institution
441 20s Female Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
442 40s Male Halton travel (Jamaica) self-isolating
443 90s Male Toronto pending institution
444 60s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph pending self-isolating
445 20s Female Hamilton pending pending
446 70s Female Durham pending hospitalized
447 20s Male Toronto travel (USA) self-isolating
448 80s Female Peel pending self-isolating
449 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
450 50s Female York travel (USA) hospitalized
451 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending self-isolating
452 40s Male Waterloo pending institution
453 50s Female Ottawa close contact self-isolating
454 20s Female Toronto travel (London, Dubai) self-isolating
455 90s Female Toronto pending institution
456 40s pending Toronto pending self-isolating
457 60s Female Eastern Ontario close contact self-isolating
458 70s Male Peel travel (Italy) self-isolating
459 60s Male York close contact self-isolating
460 70s Female Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington pending hospitalized
461 30s Male York travel (USA) self-isolating
462 50s Male Ottawa pending hospitalized
463 90s pending Toronto pending institution
464 40s Male Durham pending hospitalized
465 30s Female Toronto pending hospitalized
466 40s Male Peel close contact self-isolating
467 40s Female Toronto close contact self-isolating
468 20s Female Toronto travel (Spain) self-isolating
469 40s Male York travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
470 60s Female York close contact self-isolating
471 70s Male Hamilton close contact self-isolating
472 70s Female Hamilton close contact self-isolating
473 70s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
474 40s Male Toronto close contact self-isolating
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2020.03.23 02:03 Scyllarious 412 positive cases, 8 cases resolved, 5 cases deceased, 8361 cases under investigation and 17634 negative cases in Ontario, Canada. An increase of 48 positive cases from yesterday

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Graph of positive cases
Today, we saw an increase of 48 positive cases. While it is less than yesterdays, we also tested around 200 less tests than before.
Unfortunately, we also saw two more deaths from COVID-19 today. One that was from the new cases today, and one that was from the previous cases. On the other hand, to more cases have now been resolved. This means that they have tested negative for two consecutive tests with at least 24 hours between them. They are now considered to be no longer infected with the virus.
Date Positive Cases Cases Resolved Deceased Cases Cases Under Investigation (+/-) Negative Cases Daily Tested Total Tested/Testing
March 22nd 412 (+48) 8 5 8,361 (+1122) 17,634 1,914 26,420 (+3036)
March 21st 368 (+59) 6 3 7,239 (+1764) 15,768 2,109 23,384 (+3873)
March 20th 311 (+60) 5 2 5,475 (+1504) 13,718 1,357 19,511 (+2861)
March 19th 251 (+44) 5 2 3,971 (+593) 12,421 2,160 16,650 (+2753)
March 18th 208 (+25) 5 1 3,378 (+1811) 10,305 915 13,897 (+2726)
March 17th 183 (+12) 5 1 1,567 (+30) 9,415 963 11,171 (+993)
March 16th 172 (+32) 5 0 1,537 (+221) 8,464 1,492 10,178 (+1713)
March 15th 140 (+42) 5 0 1,316 (+377) 7,004 1,440 8,465 (+1817)
March 14th 98 (+24) 5 0 939 (+359) 5,606 1,160 6,648 (+1519)
March 13th 74 (+20) 5 0 580 (+44) 4,470 900 5,129 (+944)
March 12th 54 (+17) 5 0 536 (+71) 3,590 719 4,185 (+790)
March 11th 37 (+6) 5 0 465 (+353) 2,888 295 3,395 (+648)
March 10th 31 (+0) 5 0 112 (+90) 2,599 252 2,747 (+344)
March 9th 31 (+5) 4 0 22 (-33) 2,347 258 2,403 (+225)
March 7th-8th 25 (+3) 4 0 55 (-17) 2,094 432 2,178 (+415)
March 6th 22 (+4) 4 0 72 (-6) 1,665 203 1,763 (+197)
March 5th 18 (+1) 4 0 78 (-24) 1,466 251 1,566 (+228)
March 4th 17 (+0) 3 0 102 (+57) 1,216 155 1,338 (+212)
March 3rd 17 (+2) 3 0 45 (+33) 1,061 88 1,126 (+121)
February 29th-March 2nd 15 (+11) 3 0 12 (-10) 975 247 1,005 (+237)
February 28th 4 (+1) 3 0 22 (+1) 739 68 768 (+69)
February 27th 3 (+1) 3 0 21 (+7) 672 63 699 (+70)
February 26th 2 (+1) 3 0 14 (-7) 610 41 629 (+36)
February 25th 1 (+0) 3 0 21 (+12) 568 28 593 (+40)
February 22nd-24th 1 (+1) 3 0 9 (-3) 540 58 553 (+55)
February 21st 0 (-1) 3 0 12 (-2) 483 21 498 (+19)
February 20th 1 (-1) 2 0 14 (-3) 462 26 479 (+23)
February 19th 2 (+0) 1 17 (+17) 436 (436+0) 18 456 (+35)
February 18th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 418 (418+0) 19 421 (+19)
February 15th-17th 2 (+0) 1 0 0 (-8) 399 (399+0) 46 402 (+38)
February 14th 2 (+0) 1 0 8 (-7) 353 (353+0) 31 364 (+24)
February 13th 2 (+0) 1 0 15 (+6) 322 (306+16) 21 340 (+27)
February 12th 2 (-1) 1 0 9 (-10) 301 (257+44) 38 313 (+28)
February 11th 3 (+0) 0 0 19 (+11) 263 (184+79) 15 285 (+26)
February 8th-10th 3 (+0) 0 0 8 (-31) 248 (167+81) 93 259 (+62)
February 7th 3 (+0) 0 0 39 (-23) 155 (130+25) 51 197 (+28)
February 6th 3 (+0) 0 0 62 (+19) 104 (104+0) 0 169 (+19)
February 5th 3 (+0) 0 0 43 (+9) 104 (96+8) 2 150 (+11)
February 4th 3 (+0) 0 0 34 (+5) 102 (90+12) 139
Old Table
Date Confirmed Cases Presumptive Confirmed Cases Recovered (Unoffical) Cases Under Investigation +/- From Previous Day
February 1st-3rd 3 0 2 29 +12
January 31st 3 0 2 17 -10
January 30th 2 0 0 27 +4
January 29th 2 0 0 23 +12
January 28th 1 1 0 11 -8
January 27th 0 2 0 19 0
Case Details
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Hospital Transmission Status
30 60s Female Toronto Public Health Scarborough Health Network - General Site travel (France) self-isolating
31 60s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Washington, D.C.) self-isolating
32 50s Male Peel Public Health Brampton Civic Hospital travel (Germany) self-isolating
33 80s Male Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
34 70s Female Toronto Public Health North York General Hospital travel (Iran) self-isolating
35 30s Female PeelPublic Health Brampton Civic Hospital close contact self-isolating
36 40s Male Toronto Public Health St. Joseph's Health Centre travel (Switzerland) self-isolating
37 50s Male Sudbury & District Health Unit Health Sciences North pending self-isolating
38 30s Female York Region Public Health Mackenzie Health hospital travel (Egypt) self-isolating
39 30s Male Toronto Public Health Toronto Western Hospital travel (US) self-isolating
40 40s Male Ottawa Public Health Ottawa Hospital travel (Austria) self-isolating
41 30s Female Hamilton Public Health Hamilton Health Sciences travel (US) self-isolating
42 40s Female Toronto Public Health St Joseph’s Health Centre travel (US) self-isolating
43 50s Male Hamilton Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
44 <18 Female Peel Public Health N/A close contact self-isolating
45 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
46 70s Male Toronto Public Health Mississauga Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
47 40s Male Toronto Public Health St Michael’s Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
48 60s Female Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (Puerto Rico) self-isolating
49 40s Female Ottawa Public Health Queensway Carlton Hospital travel (Italy) self-isolating
50 20s Female Toronto Public Health Trillium Health Partners travel (Europe) self-isolating
51 40s Female Halton Public Health Joseph Brant Hospital travel (USA, Costa Rica) self-isolating
52 <18 Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
53 30s Male Toronto Public Health North York General close contact self-isolating
54 20s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
55 60s Male Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
56 60s Female Toronto Public Health Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
57 20s Female Peel Public Health pending travel (pending) self-isolating
58 40s Male Region of Waterloo Public Health Grand River Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
59 40s Male Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Royal Victoria Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
60 20s Female York pending travel (pending) self-isolating
61 20s Female Peel pending close contact self-isolating
62 60s Female Peel pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
63 70s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
64 70s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (Egypt) self-isolating
65 40s Male Toronto Mt. Sinai travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
66 40s Female Ottawa pending travel (England) self-isolating
67 80s Male Niagara pending pending hospitalized
68 60s Male Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
69 20s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
70 60s Female Toronto Sunnybrook travel (USA) self-isolating
71 20s Male Toronto Sunnybrook close contact self-isolating
72 20s Male Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
73 50s Female Waterloo pending travel (pending), close contact self-isolating
74 20s Female Peel pending travel (pending) self-isolating
75 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
76 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
77 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
78 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
79 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
80 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
81 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
82 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
83 60s Male Toronto pending pending self-isolating
84 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
85 40s Male Waterloo St. Mary's General Hospital travel (USA), Caribbean Cruise self-isolating
86 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
87 70s Female Durham Lakeridge Health Oshawa travel (multiple locations including Egypt) self-isolating
88 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
89 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
90 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
91 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
92 50s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences pending self-isolating
93 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Northumberland Hills Hospital travel (Spain and Portugal) self-isolating
94 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
95 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
96 50s Male Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
97 60s Female Durham Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) travel (Asia) self-isolating
98 pending Huron Perth pending pending self-isolating
99 50s Female Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
100 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
101 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
102 pending Northwestern Victoria Hospital (Winnipeg) travel (pending) self-isolating
103 30s Female Eastern Ontario Glengarry Memorial Hospital travel (USA) self-isolating
104 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
105 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
106 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
107 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
108 pending Waterloo pending pending self-isolating
109 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
110 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
111 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
112 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
113 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
114 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
115 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
116 pending Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge pending pending self-isolating
117 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
118 50s Female Niagara St. Catharines travel (Egypt) self-isolating
119 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
120 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
121 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
122 40s Female Simcoe Muskoka Southlake Regional Health Centre travel (pending) self-isolating
123 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
124 pending pending pending pending self-isolating
125 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre pending hospitalized
126 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
127 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
128 pending York pending pending self-isolating
129 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
130 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
131 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
132 pending York pending pending self-isolating
133 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
134 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
135 pending York pending pending self-isolating
136 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
137 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
138 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
139 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
140 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
141 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
142 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
143 50s Male Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
144 50s Female Grey Bruce pending travel (cruise) self-isolating
145 30s Male Peterborough Peterborough Regional Health Centre travel (Spain, Portugal) self-isolating
146 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
147 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
148 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
149 40s Male Wellington Dufferin Guelph Headwaters Health Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
150 50s Female Sudbury Health Sciences North close contact self-isolating
151 pending Durham pending pending self-isolating
152 pending York pending pending self-isolating
153 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
154 pending Niagara pending pending self-isolating
155 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
156 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
157 30s Male Halton Joseph Brant travel (USA) self-isolating
158 pending York pending pending self-isolating
159 pending York pending pending self-isolating
160 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
161 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
162 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
163 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
164 pending Peel pending pending self-isolating
165 pending York pending pending self-isolating
166 pending York pending pending self-isolating
167 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
168 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
169 pending Ottawa pending pending self-isolating
170 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
171 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
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173 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
174 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
175 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
176 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
177 pending Toronto pending pending self-isolating
178 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
179 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
180 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
181 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
182 pending Hamilton pending pending self-isolating
183 20s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (USA) self-isolating
184 40s Female Middlesex London London Health Sciences Centre travel (St. Maarten) self-isolating
185 60s Male York Southlake travel (Costa Rica) self-isolating
186 70s Male Simcoe Muskoka Royal Victoria close contact deceased
187 40s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Spain) self-isolating
188 60s Female Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Hotel Dieu Hospital travel (Barbados) self-isolating
189 40s Male Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington pending travel (UK) self-isolating
Case Number Patient Age and Gender Public Health Unit Transmission Status
190 50s Female Halton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
191 20s Female York close contact self-isolating
192 20s Male Peel travel (Europe), close contact self-isolating
193 50s Female Toronto travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
194 30s Male Toronto travel (Brazil) self-isolating
195 50s Female Halton travel (USA, Carribean) self-isolating
196 50s Female Halton travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
197 60s Female Peel close contact self-isolating
198 50s Male Toronto Travel (Japan, UK, Germany) self-isolating
199 40s Male Halton close contact self-isolating
200 40s Female Waterloo travel (Pakistan, Turkey) self-isolating
201 70s Male Hamilton travel (Mexico) self-isolating
202 20s Male Ottawa travel (USA) self-isolating
203 60s Female Middlesex London pending self-isolating
204 30s Female Hamilton travel (Carribean) self-isolating
205 50s Male Chatham Kent travel (Carribean) self-isolating
206 60s Male Grey Bruce travel (India) self-isolating
207 60s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Austria) self-isolating
208 40s Female Brant travel (Mexico) self-isolating
209 50s Female Algoma travel (USA) self-isolating
210 pending pending pending self-isolating
211 pending pending pending self-isolating
212 pending pending pending self-isolating
213 50s Male Niagara travel (pending) self-isolating
214 80s Female Chatham Kent travel (USA) self-isolating
215 40s Male Ottawa travel (Spain, Belgium, Canary Islands) self-isolating
216 60s Female Ottawa travel (Germany, Malta) self-isolating
217 60s Male Eastern Ontario travel (UK) self-isolating
218 50s Female Halton travel (Spain, Finland) self-isolating
219 50s Male Halton travel (USA, San Juan) self-isolating
220 50s Female Peel travel (cruise), close contact pending
221 60s Female Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
222 20s Male Toronto travel (England) self-isolating
223 60s Male Hamilton Travel (USA), close contact self-isolating
224 20s Male Toronto pending self-isolating
225 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
226 40s Male Toronto pending pending
227 30s Female Toronto pending pending
228 20s Female Toronto pending pending
229 20s Male Toronto pending pending
230 80s Male Durham pending hospitalized
231 40s Male Toronto pending pending
232 30s Female Toronto pending pending
233 50s Female Peel travel (Manila) self-isolating
234 50s Female Peel travel (cruise) pending
235 70s Male Haliburton Kawartha travel (Europe) pending
236 pending pending pending pending
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257 pending pending pending pending
258 50s Male Halton pending deceased
259 40s Male Hamilton travel (USA) self-isolating
260 30s Male Peterborough close contact self-isolating
261 60s Female Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
262 60s Male Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District travel (cruise) self-isolating
263 70s Female Durham travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
264 80s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (Bahamas) self-isolating
265 60s Male Durham pending LTCH
266 90s Female Durham pending LTCH
267 80s Female Durham pending LTCH
268 70s Male Durham pending LTCH
269 80s Male Ottawa travel (Portugal) self-isolating
270 40s Male Ottawa close contact self-isolating
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272 70s Female Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
273 70s Male Waterloo pending hospitalized
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315 80s Male Haliburton Kawartha pending isolation in nursing home
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318 50s Male Porcupin travel self-isolating
319 20s Male Hastings Prince Edward travel (USA) self-isolating
320 50s Male Durham close contact self-isolating
321 50s Female Toronto travel (Germany) self-isolating
322 50s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (USA) self-isolating
323 20s Male Simcoe Muskoka travel (Ecuador) self-isolating
324 < 18 Female York close contact self-isolating
325 50s Female York travel (Germany, Austria) self-isolating
326 40s Female Peel travel (London) self-isolating
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379 30s Male Eastern Ontario pending self-isolating
380 70s Male Peel pending pending
381 20s Female Waterloo close contact self-isolating
382 50s Male Hamilton travel (Caribbean cruise) self-isolating
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425 70s Female York travel deceased
Thanks for making it all the way down here, I know this is a ton of information to digest. You don't have to read the next part as it has nothing to do with the Ontario tests.
So for those that don't know, I have been sick for the past couple of days. Probably nobody knows since I only mentioned it in a comment and didn't want to put it in my post. I've been feeling unwell, my symptoms being, headaches, runny and stuffy nose (how does that even happen?), and a sore throat. Normally I wouldn't be mentioning this on here cause I don't want to be that kind of post, except for the fact that my condition has gotten worse.
Today I woke up and I started to develop a slight cough. Essentially, it feels like there's some phlegm caught in my throat but when I try to cough it out to clear my throat, nothing comes out. When I try to hold it in, it slowly becomes unbearable until my body is forced to cough.
So, I've taken the next week off from work, hopefully I get better before then. The tiny silver lining in all of this is that I don't have a fever, so I don't think I have the coronavirus. But then everybody thinks they don't have the virus until they actually do... Anyways I've been trying to keep calm right now, the only thing that worries me is infecting my gf who's living with me. But we've been careful about this, using separate utensils, not sharing stuff, keeping distance from each other, I've also started wearing masks indoors too.
I probably won't talk about this on the post in the future. So hopefully everything goes well, maybe I'll say something once I recover.
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