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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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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    That's what I do when working outside. The sound...

    That's what I do when working outside. The sound quality is much better than my iPad.
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    Carpet cleaning services

    I have an old upright Hoover carpet cleaner and at times have rented a larger shampooer unit from home depot, but I think it's time to get a professional service to see if they can bring a little...
  13. Thread: Space-X

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    I suppose it would be fair to say that the...

    I suppose it would be fair to say that the satellites that give us things like the internet, modern weather forecasting, and GPS are an offshoot of the space program. I'd guess that at some point,...
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    I always thought the Space Pens were pretty cool...

    I always thought the Space Pens were pretty cool as a kid and bought a couple from REI not long ago. They are great for writing on slick greeting cards or anything with oily finger prints. I can...
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    I stocked up with a 3 week or so supply of non...

    I stocked up with a 3 week or so supply of non perishables, dried beans, rice, and canned goods way back. I've mostly left those things alone to have on hand as a permanent emergency stock. Plus a...
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    I'm not sure that reducing 90,000 reported deaths...

    I'm not sure that reducing 90,000 reported deaths by a fourth would really make a difference in the big scheme of things. I can imagine there are cases where a person with underlying conditions...
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    I'd think an open air barber shop would be a good...

    I'd think an open air barber shop would be a good venture in good weather. I'd go for it over some of the cramped incubators some of the barber shops have. Maybe car hops and in-car dining could be...
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    Before vicious gossip gets the better of some...

    Before vicious gossip gets the better of some folks, I'd like to clarify that IL and I are just friends :).
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    I get my seeds from Botanical Interests. Their...

    I get my seeds from Botanical Interests. Their seeds are common in some stores here. Organic, some heirloom, small or larger sized packets.
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    That was a good article. I've sent it to a few...

    That was a good article. I've sent it to a few friends who have given a positive comment on it. If a person considers his examples of community spread having a significant relationship to air flow,...
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    Here's a few questions I've pondered. Why do...

    Here's a few questions I've pondered.

    Why do you saute onions first when they will go into a dish that is going to cook anyway.

    Why do celebrities who most likely are well set with millions and...
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    Since it's been labeled debateless, I'll just say...

    Since it's been labeled debateless, I'll just say I'm with Simplemind.
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    Speaking of haircuts...I bought a cheap pair of...

    Speaking of haircuts...I bought a cheap pair of electric clippers off Amazon and have be self trimming. Yesterday my barber called to say she is back in business and taking appointments. Masks are...
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    I've been on a shopping schedule of going every...

    I've been on a shopping schedule of going every two or three weeks and today was my day. My city requires everyone entering a public business to wear a mask and everyone was compliant. People...
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    Our liberal governor, in an interview defending...

    Our liberal governor, in an interview defending the opening of some businesses, said every American at some time with either get the virus and become sick, be exposed to the virus and be...
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