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Posted: 12/12/20 10:31am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You didn't offend me soon2be....Thanks for the post.
That's a great area to be, one of our favorites!
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Soon2bexpat. I'm sure there are many looking for a kitchen job as so many are gone for good.
Personally we don't need to work but do enjoy volunteering where we can keep our hrs to what we feel comfortable.
I also know chicken little is alive and well and waiting for the sky to fall.


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LOL....an RVnet classic.

I guess some assume the entire country has been locked down at home, or working from home, and no one has been going out in the bad scary world every day for the last 9 months to earn a living?

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GDS-3950BH wrote:

LOL....an RVnet classic.

I guess some assume the entire country has been locked down at home, or working from home, and no one has been going out in the bad scary world every day for the last 9 months to earn a living?


Yeah, it's pretty pathetic when someone posts an opportunity allowing others the freedom to decide for themselves if they want to avail themselves of it, then a bunch of nay-sayers jump all over it trying to shut it down, scare people away from it just to enforce their own narrow view of the world. It's like the novel "1984" has come to life and we're living it.

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Were you folks like this after the first 9/11, too? Did you make fun of the president when he shut down the airports? Did you call up your congresscritters and tell them you opposed the hunt for Osama bin Laden, and that people die every day and the bombing was no big deal? Or were the first 3,000 people more important than 300,000?

I realize it's frightening to admit to yourself that something is dangerous. It's so much easier to stick your head in the sand and go about business as usual and pretend nothing is happening. It takes a lot of courage to admit what is going on in this country, that we are having a 9/11 every single day, 7 days a week, and that you might be next.

But I think if you look within yourself you will find the courage to accept that the world really has changed.


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