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    I love this guy; he seems to have an outlook much...

    I love this guy; he seems to have an outlook much like my own, though I prefer books to radio.

    "Up until a week or two ago, I would listen to the news every morning so that I could start every day...
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    She's probably fine. I would be, in her...

    She's probably fine. I would be, in her situation. She has a phone and the Internet, and I'm sure sees more people than she wants to at work every day.

    I was an only child for quite a few years,...
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    I like that concoction--I've seen the beef...

    I like that concoction--I've seen the beef version called "Crack Slaw."
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    Shakshuka doesn't appeal to me, though I like all...

    Shakshuka doesn't appeal to me, though I like all the ingredients separately.

    If I felt ambitious, I would make something from this list:
    https://twosleevers.com/indian-street-food-recipes/
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    The PNW is politically divided by the Cascades....

    The PNW is politically divided by the Cascades. Progressive west of the mountains, conservative in the eastern, rural parts. Generally speaking.
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    I ordered black fabric dust masks and HEPA vacuum...

    I ordered black fabric dust masks and HEPA vacuum bags to cut up and line them with. Don't know if I'll venture out enough to need them, but if so, they'll match my stylish black nitrile gloves....
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    I think so, but I'm biased. The part of Oregon...

    I think so, but I'm biased. The part of Oregon west of the Cascades, maybe.

    My parents honeymooned in Victoria.I wish they had fallen in love with it and moved there.
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    I don't think Pinkytoe needs a loan.

    I don't think Pinkytoe needs a loan.
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    Viva Cascadia!

    Viva Cascadia!
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    I've seen lots of helpful articles on the...

    I've seen lots of helpful articles on the subject. Someone suggested cutting a strip of aluminum from a food container to sew into nose area of the mask. You could also use pipe cleaners, etc. I've...
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    How long do you really want to put off moving...

    How long do you really want to put off moving back? Life is short, as recent events have shown.
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    Our governor, "nasty*" Jay Inslee, announced...

    Our governor, "nasty*" Jay Inslee, announced yesterday that our infections seem to be leveling off (hard to tell with little testing) and our hospitals are in no immediate danger of being...
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    There's no reason home sewers (sewists?) can't...

    There's no reason home sewers (sewists?) can't make serviceable fabric masks with various inserts to make them more effective. At least one fabric store up here is partnering with Evergreen Hospital...
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    I understand Florida got 200% of the federal...

    I understand Florida got 200% of the federal monies they asked for. Some other state got 12.5%. We probably got "Don't call me, I'll call you." It seems like Trump is doling out his largesse as if...
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    You're in an area of high demand, IIRC. So maybe...

    You're in an area of high demand, IIRC. So maybe not so much of a risk.
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    This is what a doctor in China has to say on the...

    This is what a doctor in China has to say on the subject:

    Q: What mistakes are other countries making?

    A: The big mistake in the U.S. and Europe, in my opinion, is that people arenít wearing...
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    I would say to follow your instincts. Or your...

    I would say to follow your instincts. Or your heart--whichever speaks loudest.
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    Oregon was first on the West Coast to embrace...

    Oregon was first on the West Coast to embrace total voting by mail; Washington followed, and California has it as an option now. The process has been closely monitored and found safe and effective....
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    Bookbub is a great resource for ebooks. You set...

    Bookbub is a great resource for ebooks. You set it up by preference and get a daily email with titles you might like, from free to about $3. I usually draw the line at $2, unless it's something I...
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    I don't know about others, but the Willamette...

    I don't know about others, but the Willamette National Cemetery in Oregon, where my mother, father, and partner are all interred is lovely.

    ETA: 3146
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    You make a good point. ;)

    You make a good point. ;)
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    IMO, it's past time to go to universal mail-in...

    IMO, it's past time to go to universal mail-in ballots. It gets rid of the fraud, shenanigans, machine malfunctions (purposeful or not), malicious hacking, too few polling places designed to...
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    "Close enough!" is my motto. In many things.

    "Close enough!" is my motto. In many things.
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    I've been stocking up for some time, and it's...

    I've been stocking up for some time, and it's paid off. Dried beans, rice, that kind of thing. Friends report they couldn't find beans or rice locally; too bad I'm so far away. I laid in provisions...
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    I'd love to think the end of obscene vulture...

    I'd love to think the end of obscene vulture capitalism was at hand. I'd love to.
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