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May 14, 2020


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OHA should change the scale on the your last chart to show cases per capita. I bet Woodburn would remain highest, but South Salem, Silverton, and Sunnyside would move way to the right. As we are in all things, rich white people, like me, are privileged to be safer and better off than everybody else.

".......... my snap reaction was to blame the three Republican county commissioners."
Thank you for your honesty.
Maybe you can work on that??

Wow...Just say it was the mexicans, lol.

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