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  1. Thread: Chipmunks

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    I suspect a good traditional rat trap would be...

    I suspect a good traditional rat trap would be the right size to catch chipmunks and there are a few varieties, but the OP said they did not desire to kill the little critters.
  2. Thread: Chipmunks

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    I noticed Havaheart makes live traps for...

    I noticed Havaheart makes live traps for chipmunks.
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    I looked up the CDC update for the 2020-2021 flu...

    I looked up the CDC update for the 2020-2021 flu vaccinations. They are saying August is too early to get the shot and have lasting immunity through the season, especially for older people. They...
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    I think the common investment or savings amounts...

    I think the common investment or savings amounts people are making would rank in the thousands of dollars. As an investment commodity in foods and paper staples a person might need a whole lot of...
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    I questioned my Fidelity advisor about why the...

    I questioned my Fidelity advisor about why the stock market seemed to be doing as well it is considering the state of things. He said one reason was interest rates were so low there were few other...
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    Gyros using Beyond Meat. A lot of strong spice...

    Gyros using Beyond Meat. A lot of strong spice flavor over the textured protein. A new recipe for me and I've repeated several times. I make up a package worth of the Beyond Meat and divide into...
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    So, if the phase three trials for Covid prove...

    So, if the phase three trials for Covid prove safe and effective, I think the Moderna trial is the furthest along and will involve 30,000 test subjects and there have been larger trials proposed for...
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    I've settled into a two week shopping adventure...

    I've settled into a two week shopping adventure and have started to like it as a time saver. I accumulate a list between times and take a pencil to check off things. I hit a smaller market and a...
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    My garden Japanese eggplant have started to come...

    My garden Japanese eggplant have started to come in. Tonight it's stir fried Thai basil eggplant with udon noodles.
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    I think the trend will weigh heavily toward on...

    I think the trend will weigh heavily toward on line shopping. I can imagine shopping malls could become obsolete. Otherwise, it would seem like anyone who would shop in a big box store like...
  11. Thread: Conavirus......

    by Rogar
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    A friend occasionally recommends the "This Week...

    A friend occasionally recommends the "This Week in Virology" podcast. One of the most recent featured an interview with Fauci. Often the podcast is over my head, but this one is very...
  12. Thread: Covid Winners

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    Purely a casual observation, but being a non-meat...

    Purely a casual observation, but being a non-meat eater I've noticed the plant based meat alternatives like Beyond Beef seem to have lower store inventories than usual as well.

    I suspect Amazon...
  13. Thread: Conavirus......

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    The apparently quick decline of anti bodies in...

    The apparently quick decline of anti bodies in people who have been infected does not bode well for an effective vaccine either.
  14. Thread: Wow, the Dow

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    I had my semi-annual portfolio review with...

    I had my semi-annual portfolio review with Fidelity. I pretty much plan on staying the course, but am considering making a small adjustment into their Contrafund, which is supposed to be a little...
  15. Thread: Conavirus......

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    One day this week I was in a hurry to get to the...

    One day this week I was in a hurry to get to the grocery store in the morning and forgot to floss and brush my teeth. My bad breath trapped in the mask sort of grossed me out.
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    I confess to not being much of a Biden fan, but...

    I confess to not being much of a Biden fan, but I'm curious what policy or issues do you think Biden would perform so poorly? I suppose quite a few of his intention have become evident in the...
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    Norman Maclean's A River Runs Through It and...

    Norman Maclean's A River Runs Through It and Other Stories. Not just for the fishing, which would be nice, but for the general philosophy of the characters and the lifestyle of early 1900's Montana....
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    Around here I think people made up for not having...

    Around here I think people made up for not having organized public displays by having backyard fireworks. The noise was unprecedented in my neighborhood and seemed mostly like loud booms instead of...
  19. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I suppose being a national leading disease expert...

    I suppose being a national leading disease expert pays pretty well and they can afford a few luxuries, as well as dedicating a lot of time to their work instead of house cleaning. I don't know if...
  20. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I thought this article in the Washington Post was...

    I thought this article in the Washington Post was enlightening. It interviews Fauci and four other leading disease experts with questions about how they handle day-to-day situations like handling...
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    There are amenity considerations and some of a...

    There are amenity considerations and some of a person's pick comes down to personal choice, but when it comes to COVID-19 I'm not seeing any obvious advantages or disadvantages based only on rural...
  22. Thread: Conavirus......

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    "...points to a study published in Nature...

    "...points to a study published in Nature Medicine in April that looked at people infected with the flu and seasonal coronaviruses. It found that even loose-fitting surgical masks blocked almost all...
  23. Thread: Conavirus......

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    The news seems to indicate the states that are...

    The news seems to indicate the states that are seeing record increases in cases and hospitalizations have a disproportionate number of spreaders under 35 who may be ignoring social distancing and...
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    It seems inevitable that some time people are...

    It seems inevitable that some time people are going to want to challenge their freedom to mass assemble whether it's football games, or school events, or whatever. Probably later would be less...
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    I got a pretty good chuckle from the baby Trump...

    I got a pretty good chuckle from the baby Trump balloon the Brits had.
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