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It’s absurd and infuriating that eight months into this pandemic, we’re still exactly where we startedCoronavirus infections are spiking uncontrollably.

“They’re engaged in an absurd circus right now refusing to accept reality … making it even harder to address the massive health and economic crisis that we are facing,” Pelosi said at a joint news conference with Schumer at the Capitol.

Proctorio, he added, also blocked his Internet-protocol address, potentially preventing him from using it for future exams in what he called an “absurd” act of retribution.

He rushed for 206 yards in the Minnesota Vikings’ 34-20 victory over the Detroit Lions, and in his past two games he has an absurd 478 scrimmage yards and six touchdowns.

It would be absurd if anything close to that magnitude happened.

Fandick, 53, who runs a transport company, said he found it absurd that he was required to wear a mask to enter a restaurant but could remove the face covering once he sat down.

For instance, it’s looking into features that may seem like “Instagram Stories,” which “might sound absurd,” Butterfield said.

This process takes an absurd amount of workload away from your machine and moves it to the cloud, but it still managed to spin up the fans in my powerful MacBook Pro.

“The notion that somehow an analysis you did two years ago had anything to do with what you’re currently proposing is absurd,” DeLano said.

At times, even reading about joy felt so absurd that I almost vowed to be anything but joyful.

How to find joy during tough timesBy Angela Gorrell/The ConversationOctober 9, 2020Popular Science

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