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kellem

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Using are noggins is crucial, it's our best resource at present.

Fear and panic creates more fear and panic.
By mid summer our shock collars will be removed and normality returning.

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For me the time for fear has long gone. I have ascended to discipline. Knowing this is going to be one of the toughest challenges I have ever faced. I have 2 housekeepers. They both know declared sick time is paid for by me. I am going to teach them the Taiwamese self test this week. This is the most intelligent way to handle this.

No error self disipline geezo.

They'd better come up with a vaccine soon.

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I believe that the wife and I have already had it. About a month ago I had to go to the ER for a foot injury. A few days after that I got the cold form helll. All the symptoms they are talking about we had, I tried to hack a lung up for 4 days, and had over 2 weeks of wet coughing. I was forced to "shelter in place" due to my injury and am fine now. We are in southern california taking care of aging moms at present and the little senior park we live in is presently clear.


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For those that are traveling, be sure to wash your hands after fueling up. The fuel handles at filling stations are touched by everyone and rarely if ever sanitized!


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olfarmer wrote:

For those that are traveling, be sure to wash your hands after fueling up. The fuel handles at filling stations are touched by everyone and rarely if ever sanitized!
Use gloves, disposable or otherwise. They've always been filthy with fuel.

That way, if you're using the gas station sink, you can avoid that germ factory.

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Gas dispenser nozzles are CLEAN ROOMS


Compared to fondling currency and coins

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MEXICOWANDERER wrote:

Gas dispenser nozzles are CLEAN ROOMS


Compared to fondling currency and coins
cash? Done using that until this passes.

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magicbus wrote:

MEXICOWANDERER wrote:

Gas dispenser nozzles are CLEAN ROOMS


Compared to fondling currency and coins
cash? Done using that until this passes.

Dave


Lol, well how does one refute that logic.

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Mex, don't spread misinformation. The 10-second breathing test is BS.

https://apnews.com/afs[emoticon]ontent:8635070312

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magicbus wrote:

MEXICOWANDERER wrote:

Gas dispenser nozzles are CLEAN ROOMS


Compared to fondling currency and coins
cash? Done using that until this passes.

Dave

Me too. I haven't touched currency in nearly two weeks.


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