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  1. Thread: Stimulus package

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    Assuming everyone gets some sort of bonus check,...

    Assuming everyone gets some sort of bonus check, I'm debating how greedy I will get. I'm pretty lucky to have fewer life complications than most and don't spend much what with the stay at home...
  2. My theory would be that any soap and water...

    My theory would be that any soap and water combination would be as effective on counter tops and other hard surfaces as it is on the hands. I make a mixture of vinegar, water and dish soap in a spray...
  3. Thread: Stimulus package

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    Far as I'm concerned at 1.8 trillion they might...

    Far as I'm concerned at 1.8 trillion they might as well hammer it out until there is some sort of mutual satisfaction. Both sides are playing politics and a few days are not going to matter in the...
  4. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    I could get a little nervous about what would...

    I could get a little nervous about what would normally be called safe havens. I suppose the fed will just print up money to cover the remote possibility of a treasuries default and insured savings...
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    About the only way I've been able to appreciate...

    About the only way I've been able to appreciate sardines is on crackers or crusty bread. It might be an acquired taste.

    I restocked early this morning to avoid crowds. I suppose there was a...
  6. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    If I were a stock picker Amazon or Netflix might...

    If I were a stock picker Amazon or Netflix might tempt me into a few dollars of investment. I suspect they are both overpriced. My risk tolerance is not up to any additional investments now, but it...
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    Now that I'm home and watching TV more I've...

    Now that I'm home and watching TV more I've noticed James Kirk, previous Captain of the Starship Enterprise, advertising for CPAP cleaning machines. It's worrisome.
  8. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I visited my primary care physician today for...

    I visited my primary care physician today for something that needed attention, but not especially critical. There was a sign at the entrance, if you have a fever, cold symptoms, or recent travel,...
  9. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I've always thought of liquid soap as another...

    I've always thought of liquid soap as another source of plastic going to the landfill, unless there's some small chance of it being recycled.
  10. Thread: Conavirus......

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    Our governor just ordered all barbershops/hair...

    Our governor just ordered all barbershops/hair salons to close until the end of April. I'm going to give a try to home hair cuts before then. One comment was, now we find out people's real hair...
  11. Thread: Corona Testing

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    That’s good information to keep track of. Thanks.

    That’s good information to keep track of. Thanks.
  12. Thread: Crisis burnout

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    It's important to stay current with events, but I...

    It's important to stay current with events, but I found that it's also tempting to be saturated with the same or similar media messages over and over though out a day. I'm trying to get a morning...
  13. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I was thinking that suddenly Yang's guaranteed...

    I was thinking that suddenly Yang's guaranteed income makes better sense. There will be small or maybe big businesses that are not going to weather through this and will be out of business, whether...
  14. Thread: Conavirus......

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    Kaiser in Colorado is closing 21 of their clinics...

    Kaiser in Colorado is closing 21 of their clinics and leaving 10 others serving essential needs open. I'm not sure of the specifics. Also, I've noticed hospitals are generally postponing elective...
  15. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I didn't know they made fiat silver.

    I didn't know they made fiat silver.
  16. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I wonder where they draw lines? Landscaping...

    I wonder where they draw lines? Landscaping services, breweries, florists, construction companies? They are pretty much non-essential.
  17. Thread: Corona Testing

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    What Bernie said, "The first thing we got to do...

    What Bernie said, "The first thing we got to do is shut this president up right now". I could complain on many Trump virus blunders, but that pretty much sums it up for me. He's completely...
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    Interesting question that I've thought about. I...

    Interesting question that I've thought about. I won't need to go to any store for at least a week or two, but here's what I did last time around. After unpacking and storing everything I washed my...
  19. Thread: Corona Testing

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    I don't know why a person testing negative would...

    I don't know why a person testing negative would think they are resistant to a future infection, but people are odd sometimes.
  20. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I suspect there are still significant numbers of...

    I suspect there are still significant numbers of people who fall into the "no different than the common flu" category and consider many of the precautions a media fueled panic. Plus younger people...
  21. Thread: Conavirus......

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    Our governor announced that virtually all the...

    Our governor announced that virtually all the major ski resorts would be shut down for at least a week. Best I can tell from the news, the hotels and other amenities that are still open would be ok,...
  22. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    With a little luck this will mostly blow over in...

    With a little luck this will mostly blow over in a month or two and it will be a matter of how long and if things can claw back to normal. I think as long as people don't panic and start having some...
  23. Thread: Conavirus......

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    I've been buying extras for a few weeks, and I'm...

    I've been buying extras for a few weeks, and I'm probably out to a month's supply of most everything. In order to keep that month buffer I'll probably have to brave the vampires for more shopping in...
  24. Thread: Making bread

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    I'm actually making rye bread right now. I...

    I'm actually making rye bread right now. I really don't mind the flour mixing, kneading, and rising process although I'd probably not want to do it several times a week. I suspect it's a 20 minute...
  25. Thread: Conavirus......

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    Self-isolation, staying close to home, and having...

    Self-isolation, staying close to home, and having a few extra supplies on hand rates pretty low on my list of concerns. I self-entertain well with local wonders. If I were still in the work force...
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