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I agree with those that understand what's going on and resist or don't believe some of the limitations recently suggested. (I'll not say imposed, because I don't see them being enforced, thank god.)
But another consideration is how old are you? The Rona is exponentially worse the older you are.
If I was in a differnet age group, id likely have a bit differnet outlook on it.

But the main thing is sift thru the bs. Seemingly intelligent people like my inlaws believe that it is dangerous for them to visit friends and family, but they beleive the "extra sanitation" at hotels, casinos and restaurants keeps them safe and they go out regularly.

The biggest issue with all of this is stupid people, not the virus itself it seems. Agencies have to model rules and limitations to the least common denominator of intelligence. And that is extra challenging since even "smart" people seem to get dumb when faced with any "situation."


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Firstly, at this time there are no travel restrictions in place along my route, per an internet search.

Kansas had general restrictions a month ago, but only if you lived there and were coming home. If you were passing through the state completely, as my son had to do for work, it didn't apply. Don't ask me how they enforced it. Just looked at a website that said as of June 17 their restrictions only applied to RESIDENTS who had visited AL, AR and AZ.

All the restrictions that were in place over the last few months mentioned 14 days of quarantine. The few restrictions regarding "hot spot" states say the same thing. That's why I'm looking for suggestions to prove where I've been over the next four months. On July 21 I will have been out of Fl for 14 days. On August 20 I will have been out of Colorado for 14 days (should it become a new hot spot), etc.

Secondly, if someone asks for suggestions for getting TV or internet service, or how to get FM radio to work, there's no place for comments about how they are all three full of propaganda, conspiracy theories, and generally contribute to mental decay. Although you could make a case for all that.

So, I stand by my opinion that information, suggestions and advice are appropriate responses to questions on a forum like this. Comments implying travel restrictions, wearing of masks, etc. are turning our country into "nazi germany" (that post has been removed) have no place here. Likewise the commonly recurring theme that anyone buying anything produced in a communist country is not a good citizen.

I'm willing to let people believe what they want, but I shouldn't have to put up with it at the grocery store or on a forum about RVing, or fishing, and so on.

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I think this thread stopped being constructive.

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