The rule book for this show is *intense*.
Watch your back, Bachelor producers: There's a new dating show on the scene. Netflix's Love Is Blind follows men and women as they go on a series of blind dates in hopes of finding the one. Will they fall in love and get engaged without ever seeing each other? That's exactly the question that's sucking viewers in like crazy. But after watching, if you, like us, have even MORE questions, keep reading: We found out all the rules the cast has to follow during the 38-day experiment.
Don: I wasn't worried about the Coronavirus or the number of patients. I couldn't understand, based on the data and numbers I saw why we were so panicked. I believe fully, that our intelligence arm started telling the government that something bad was coming and that China was attempting to hide their number of cases. I also believe that the government, in an attempt to maintain calm and prevent panic, did not react too swiftly and attempted thread the needle of responding to save lives but not responding too quickly so as to incite panic. I look at Italy, Spain, England, and the US and see the number of cases. The country of China has 1.4 billion people, yet fewer cases than countries with only 25-40 million people. Even the US as big as we are they should have more cases than us. There is no doubt in my mind that China hid their number of infected. There is no doubt in my mind that we are paying the price for their Socialist, Military government that has no accountability to anyone. This is why when we fought against the Russians in the cold war or attempted to stop the spread of communism in south east Asia we were absolutely within our rights to do so. When a government has no accountability to the people they are dangerous, when a world power has no accountability to the people they are able to destroy the world.