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    I've never had a flu shot, and I'm not likely to...

    I've never had a flu shot, and I'm not likely to be exposed to the flu--or anything else--any time soon. I may have had the flu 25 years ago. Or maybe it was a cold.
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    Even if I were bullish on flu shots, I wouldn't...

    Even if I were bullish on flu shots, I wouldn't get one this year--I figure masks, quarantine, and social distancing work for all communicable diseases.
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    The extent of my horticultural adventures: I used...

    The extent of my horticultural adventures: I used to eat nasturtiums as a child; I've always loved spicy food.
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    I think we're a pretty tough audience to gross...

    I think we're a pretty tough audience to gross out.
    That said, I practically gnawed off my typing fingers trying not to respond to the original "fluffer" post.
  5. Disinformation, machine hacking. Disinformation...

    Disinformation, machine hacking.
    Disinformation is easier to spot than hacking.
  6. Don't discount the machinations of Russians and...

    Don't discount the machinations of Russians and widespread voter suppression in changing the course of this election. The masses may be stupid, but they aren't working alone.
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    I'm all for an Amelia Earhart statue!

    I'm all for an Amelia Earhart statue!
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    It's fun to discover famous--or...

    It's fun to discover famous--or infamous--ancestors in the family. Luther Burbank was a cousin, many times removed, which almost made up for our Indian--free pedigree in my sibling's eyes.
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    My grandmother and my SO both tended to stockpile...

    My grandmother and my SO both tended to stockpile TP. I'm beginning to see why.
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    Yeah--my family lore had the same one, I think....

    Yeah--my family lore had the same one, I think. )I'm sure my sibling was greatly disappointed to find they weren't part of an oppressed minority. :D) When I was doing genealogy, I was excited to come...
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    I was aware of the infant findings. I'm glad you...

    I was aware of the infant findings. I'm glad you clarified that.
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    I have, with a predictably boring result, though...

    I have, with a predictably boring result, though I have considerably more German heritage than I thought.

    My SO had a much more interesting profile with Spanish/Iberian, Native American, and some...
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    I voted for Shirley Chisholm, and I remember her...

    I voted for Shirley Chisholm, and I remember her saying that. Ocasio-Cortez is often dismissed as being "dumb," which is mind-boggling to me, as I doubt the men criticizing her have remotely achieved...
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    "Emily" delivered my groceries this morning. Lots...

    "Emily" delivered my groceries this morning. Lots of LaCroix, among other things.
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    If money were no object, I could probably be...

    If money were no object, I could probably be happy having all my meals (Asian, mostly, and other ethnic dishes) delivered. Even at one meal a day, that would add up.
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    They explain their products in depth, which can...

    They explain their products in depth, which can be useful before you hop over to Amazon and buy the same product for less...:devil:
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    I edited on-line college coursework in my last...

    I edited on-line college coursework in my last job--probably the only one I ever had I could do from home.

    Exurbs don't appeal to me, in the same way that country living holds no appeal. Not much...
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    Babies who are not touched are neglected, as they...

    Babies who are not touched are neglected, as they often were in Ceausescu's Romania. Most of them lived, though they were permanently scarred.
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    I suppose an animal companion could meet that...

    I suppose an animal companion could meet that need.

    I'm not sure I buy your premise, as I've never been the touchy-feely sort, and I've generally been healthy--both, all my life.
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    I need to up my game.

    I need to up my game.
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    I tend to need noise of some kind in the...

    I tend to need noise of some kind in the background, too. Mostly noise I can ignore.

    Your new situation sounds ideal to me--I probably would have disliked corporate work less if I could have...
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    Having the month of August to recuperate and not...

    Having the month of August to recuperate and not having to worry about works sounds perfect. I hope you continue to heal.
  23. You have a point...

    You have a point...
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    No "exotic restaurants" might be a deal-breaker...

    No "exotic restaurants" might be a deal-breaker for me. Unless you mean "over-priced restaurants that serve sauce daubs on a plate."
  25. And now with his "delayed election" tweet, he's...

    And now with his "delayed election" tweet, he's taking on the Constitution, as well. Rule of law, anyone?
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