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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesehead1 View Post
    I hope everyone is doing okay during these crazy times. It's been business as usual for me, but I think that's about to change.
    Not business as usual here. I’ve been out of the house about 3 times in 3 weeks, and that just to go to the grocery store. Haven’t seen my grandkids in a month. It’s all surreal. The sun comes out, the weather is getting better, trees are blooming, the internet and tv all works. It’s all so normal and yet nothing is even close to normal.

    But so far at least I’m alive and healthy.

    Maybe the scariest part is no one has a clue as to how this all ends. Can you go back to normal? When? How long? Does it come back? Is it seasonal? And how long can the economy hold up with this many people not working?

    Meanwhile you have these idiots who want to pretend nothing is going on. Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs. Block parties. Funeral services. I really don’t care if the morons kill themselves. Have at it. But these same people then go to the grocery stores, or pharmacies, or other businesses that have been allowed to stay open and infect the rest of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dachay2tnr View Post

    Meanwhile you have these idiots who want to pretend nothing is going on. Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs. Block parties. Funeral services. I really don’t care if the morons kill themselves. Have at it. But these same people then go to the grocery stores, or pharmacies, or other businesses that have been allowed to stay open and infect the rest of us.
    I'm a big history guy and this crisis is a perfect example of why people should learn history.

    First off, the Spanish flu. I've asked a lot of people about the 1918 outbreak and only a few have even heard about it, much less the details.

    Second,real problems, war, earthquakes, etc.. For most people I know or meet, this will be the biggest hardship of their lives. Staying at home is w-a-y better than having no home.

    If you really want to get me pissed off, start talking conspiracies. I really don't think the whole world shut down to stop Trump, make big pharma richer and spread the 5G network. I'm putting my money on it being just a nasty virus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesehead1 View Post
    Staying at home is w-a-y better than having no home.
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    Hey, c’mon, it’s not JUST staying at home. I mean you have to wash your hands and not touch your face, too.




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    Quote Originally Posted by dachay2tnr View Post
    Hey, c’mon, it’s not JUST staying at home. I mean you have to wash your hands and not touch your face, too.



    I always lick my hands clean before I touch my face.

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    So... old age has officially set in.

    I managed to trip and fall last night while taking out my recycling bucket. Broke a bone in my shoulder. First broken bone in my entire life.

    ER doc says it’s broken in place, which apparently means that everything is where it should be, albeit broken. Wants me to go see an orthopedic surgeon, but doesn’t believe it will require surgery. Mostly just wants him to monitor the healing.

    Projected two months recovery. Pretty painful anytime I move it, but relatively ok while it’s still.

    I guess on the plus side. I wasn’t going out anywhere anyway.

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    The Covid groundhog says 8 more weeks of shelter in place!

    You didn't want to go out in all this mess anyway, right? Now you've got an excuse to have everything brought to you!

    Bummer about the fall. Hope you heal up quickly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dachay2tnr View Post
    So... old age has officially set in.

    I managed to trip and fall last night while taking out my recycling bucket. Broke a bone in my shoulder. First broken bone in my entire life.

    ER doc says itís broken in place, which apparently means that everything is where it should be, albeit broken. Wants me to go see an orthopedic surgeon, but doesnít believe it will require surgery. Mostly just wants him to monitor the healing.

    Projected two months recovery. Pretty painful anytime I move it, but relatively ok while itís still.

    I guess on the plus side. I wasnít going out anywhere anyway.
    Yikes!

    Well at least you weren't going anywhere.

    Get well soon.

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    dang dach, I like your attitude towards it.
    yeah old age, I worked a old folks pre-nursing home place through college, seems like yesterday but per my age I could sign up!
    down the street they built a small area of 10-15 houses, Golden Slumbers or something...55 and older. .. the downsize years? I thought 55? Senior Citizen?

    two months doesn't sound too bad, you'll be jamming in no time.

    if it's not happening in the room, it ain't gonna happen on tape.-H.Gerst

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolCat View Post
    down the street they built a small area of 10-15 houses, Golden Slumbers or something...55 and older. .. the downsize years? I thought 55? Senior Citizen?
    Here’s what I noticed around here. You’ll go visit one of those 55 and over communities. After the visit pay attention, because about 1 mile further down the road will be an assisted living facility. Go another mile you’ll find a nursing home. And then around the corner from that there’ll be a cemetery.

    And there, in the course of a few miles, is the rest of your life, boys.

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    I knew I was getting old when I went to a seniors only complex and one of the residents was wearing a Dark Side of the Moon t-shirt.

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