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    Oh I went to Mall of America, ironically of...

    Oh I went to Mall of America, ironically of course (not to shop or anything but just you know at this point it's symbolic for everything wrong with something, so I had to see for myself, being I was...
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    that's all very well for their customers, but...

    that's all very well for their customers, but what about their employees who have to be exposed to the virus by unmasked customers and have very little choice in the matter. I bet a lot of them...
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    But if wearing masks really is tyranny (I can't...

    But if wearing masks really is tyranny (I can't go there, it's too absurd, but IF ICE REALLY WERE HOT ... do you understand how utterly absurd it is to arguing from a completely nonsensical...
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    That's really almost a best case scenario, the...

    That's really almost a best case scenario, the adults may be basing their advice on what careers were hot 10, 20, 30 years ago.
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    I don't know, the truth is many people will NOT...

    I don't know, the truth is many people will NOT be 18 by the time they start college, depending on birthdays (and that's not even assuming they skipped a grade).

    And they will CERTAINLY NOT be...
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    The exact age is of course ultimately arbitrary,...

    The exact age is of course ultimately arbitrary, it's like all such artificial lines that are really continuums, it doesn't really exist in reality, that at one point you are too immature and then...
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    dude the city inspects apartments yes, regularly,...

    dude the city inspects apartments yes, regularly, that's life. For smoke detectors for instance. Now one is given warning, and they aren't searching for drugs or anything, in an apartment it's...
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    Even when they have cubicals, some people have...

    Even when they have cubicals, some people have cubicals, I'm squished in an office with others, but the few days I've gone to the office during covid it's just been me in there, they aren't allowing...
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    On a national level, I'm quite sure the...

    On a national level, I'm quite sure the California prop would have no such effect, because there is no calculation by which the state isn't pretty darn blue (maybe a rare district? that could be...
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    There was a proposition on the CA ballot to allow...

    There was a proposition on the CA ballot to allow 17 year olds to vote. I voted for it. It failed. Now I have to admit I considered it one of the least important propositions on the ballot which...
  11. But why? The books that go out of print are...

    But why? The books that go out of print are often good books (ok there are a lot of bad books out there but I don't think there is that much relationship between what falls out of print and that), I...
  12. Like clinical depression. I have not seen...

    Like clinical depression.

    I have not seen anyone indoors unmasked in a year but bf (so yea take issue with my pod >8)). I have not visited with anyone INDOORS but bf masks or not - but yea...
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    Well I doubt it's ever as clean as all that,...

    Well I doubt it's ever as clean as all that, especially as the criteria has changed several times already. Teachers unions have immense lobbying power, so hence they will get it, even if schools are...
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    I always assumed growing up those witch trials...

    I always assumed growing up those witch trials were about Salem Oregon having heard of no other Salem (and probably only that because it's the capitol).
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    the thing is the people theoretically most likely...

    the thing is the people theoretically most likely to be infected have likely in disproportionate numbers already been infected. I mean if it's 1/3 of the total population that has had it, and that's...
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    I don't wear masks outside except when passing a...

    I don't wear masks outside except when passing a person closely and that's mostly politeness. But by outside I actually mean outside, no walls, no ceiling, the kind of semi-indoor-outdoor things...
  17. So books go out of print all the time, is it a...

    So books go out of print all the time, is it a tragedy, maybe in some people's eyes, does it happen all the time? Yep.
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    Some public health folks would say let people do...

    Some public health folks would say let people do some things after they are vaccinated, if those they do them with are vaccinated, or it's a relatively low risk situation (ie let's say clothes...
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    They are making judgement calls and assumptions,...

    They are making judgement calls and assumptions, some of it really doesn't fall in the category of follow the science or not, as there are things we just don't know, like transmission in vaccinated...
  20. Really bad example of times gone nuts. You have...

    Really bad example of times gone nuts. You have seen Dr Seuss cartoons with anti-Japanese racism during WWII right? Simpler times, when we had internment camps, ah those simpler times ... (it could...
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    I thought that swipe about a partner you don't...

    I thought that swipe about a partner you don't live with was a direct attack on me. Although I don't use the term pod but just call it seeing my bf/partner.

    And let's think rationally for a...
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    The business opening I could see, I'm not saying...

    The business opening I could see, I'm not saying they should, but at least one could see some reasons, the removing mask mandates, is really just stupid for stupid's sake.

    The sad thing about...
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    10 days after the second dose is probably as safe...

    10 days after the second dose is probably as safe as it's going to ever be (for transmission also, I know this isn't proved) but not just 10 days after the first.
  24. I snuck into (it's open to the public) the apt...

    I snuck into (it's open to the public) the apt for rent in this building and bf said it's smaller than mine, especially the bedroom. So maybe mine's a bit bigger. Ok it's serviceable, this is...
  25. Ok I looked up another apartment for rent in this...

    Ok I looked up another apartment for rent in this same building: 560 and another at 550 sq ft, so this apartment is about that size probably, a good size, but storage is still a struggle.
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