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Reopening

Postby modern roots » Thu Apr 23, 7:45 pm

Georgia is reopening tomorrow and it is high time.
Things should have never been shutdown and locked up.
Bring on the big crowds again!!!!

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Re: Reopening

Postby Rudy » Thu Apr 23, 10:23 pm

Fucktards Rejoice!

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Re: Reopening

Postby FlyByNite » Fri Apr 24, 12:08 am

The phrase "second wave" comes to mind.
Enjoy the beach.

Enjoy
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Re: Reopening

Postby Bohannon » Fri Apr 24, 1:54 pm

modern roots wrote:Georgia is reopening tomorrow and it is high time.
Things should have never been shutdown and locked up.
Bring on the big crowds again!!!!



Will you be there? Get a good spot next to the fevered coughing guy.

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Re: Reopening

Postby modern roots » Sun Apr 26, 5:12 am

Bohannon wrote:
modern roots wrote:Georgia is reopening tomorrow and it is high time.
Things should have never been shutdown and locked up.
Bring on the big crowds again!!!!



Will you be there? Get a good spot next to the fevered coughing guy.


No, Bo, I'll be by the long legged, big breasted woman wearing a mini skirt. We'll be sharing a big fat joint chuckling about the coronavirus hoax.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Rudy » Sun Apr 26, 6:53 pm

I farted earlier, and it smelled just like poop.

It was such a conservative little wisp of warm air, but with amazingly liberal outreach.

That couldn`t possibly have come from me.


Hoax comes to mind.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Banks » Sun Apr 26, 6:57 pm

modern roots wrote:No, Bo, I'll be by the long legged, big breasted woman wearing a mini skirt. We'll be sharing a big fat joint chuckling about the coronavirus hoax.

I have to admit to wondering what Old Fart had been up to... give him (her?) my regards!

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Re: Reopening

Postby Bohannon » Sun Apr 26, 10:11 pm

NY Gov. Cuomo(?) laid out the parameters of a safe start-up of businesses. Made a lot of sense what he has planned. Too bad he only represents one state, well a few because Conn., Jersey and PA. are in on his plan. He is what this country deserves (and needs) as a top executive.

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Re: Reopening

Postby smokedpeppers » Mon Apr 27, 12:06 am

pennswoods opened up trout season maybe 3weeks ago
our governor had a very tolerant approach to his lock down
don't know of anybody being hassled for being about
early on, read of a few running their heads when questioned, that snowballed

hope government realizes, all they do is remove the obstetrical, the people restart

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Re: Reopening

Postby Rudy » Mon Apr 27, 1:24 am

The virus being the obstetrical of course.

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Re: Reopening

Postby smokedpeppers » Mon Apr 27, 1:33 am

maybe,being the cause of the obstetrical[s]

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Re: Reopening

Postby Rudy » Mon Apr 27, 1:48 am

Those poor babies.

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Re: Reopening

Postby modern roots » Mon Apr 27, 2:18 am

Bohannon wrote:NY Gov. Cuomo(?) laid out the parameters of a safe start-up of businesses. Made a lot of sense what he has planned. Too bad he only represents one state, well a few because Conn., Jersey and PA. are in on his plan. He is what this country deserves (and needs) as a top executive.


There's going to be some people that stay at home even after everything reopens, no matter what the politicians say. But I'm ready to get out to a restaurant and do some clothes shopping. I've been cooped up for almost 45 days now and that's enough. It's time to get things going again for those that want to get out.
Since everything closed people just crowd the grocery stores now. I don't see the difference in rubbing elbows at the grocery or in a restaurant or clothing store.
I will say this, one thing I like is social distancing. I can't stand those people that walk right up on you and talk right in your face. I'm enjoying the six feet of space. I hope the six feet thing stays with us. You can be friendly six feet away just as easy as you can by being all up in my face. Just about the only good thing that has come from this is social distancing and I pray it is here to stay.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Bohannon » Mon Apr 27, 1:56 pm

You should have little problem with people staying more than 6' away from you."Rubbing shoulders" is bad no matter where it happens. I have never seen any of that in my monthly trips for groceries. I wish they would make the aisles "one way". It is hard to maintain 6' when the aisles are only 5' wide

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Re: Reopening

Postby MileHighDenver » Mon Apr 27, 2:38 pm

It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Dazzler » Mon Apr 27, 4:09 pm

modern roots wrote:
Bohannon wrote:
modern roots wrote:Georgia is reopening tomorrow and it is high time.
Things should have never been shutdown and locked up.
Bring on the big crowds again!!!!



Will you be there? Get a good spot next to the fevered coughing guy.


No, Bo, I'll be by the long legged, big breasted woman wearing a mini skirt. We'll be sharing a big fat joint chuckling about the coronavirus hoax.


Risible cunt.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Banks » Mon Apr 27, 4:16 pm

MileHighDenver wrote:It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.

I find it impossible to stop reading your interesting and informative reports, keep them coming...

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Re: Reopening

Postby Cat » Mon Apr 27, 4:53 pm

modern roots wrote: I've been cooped up for almost 45 days now and that's enough.


Trump pressured Governors to "liberate" their states, got the right wing citizenry impatient to get out, and then backed off and said it was something he's "not happy with", so if the death count goes back up due to early reopening, he can blame the State Governors for it. That's his strategy for now. More proof that the economy comes first over public health for Trump and certain state leaders. Don't listen to any of them.

This is peanuts, consider how shit would go in a real catastrophe like major volcanism, or an asteroid strike. We'd never survive. People are to fucking stupid.

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Re: Reopening

Postby MileHighDenver » Mon Apr 27, 5:06 pm

Banks wrote:
MileHighDenver wrote:It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.

I find it impossible to stop reading your interesting and informative reports..


Clearly.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Banks » Mon Apr 27, 6:31 pm

MileHighDenver wrote:
Banks wrote:
MileHighDenver wrote:It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.

I find it impossible to stop reading your interesting and informative reports..


Clearly.


Slow down, your pace is exhausting and I need to catch up...

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Re: Reopening

Postby MileHighDenver » Mon Apr 27, 8:37 pm

Banks wrote:
MileHighDenver wrote:
Banks wrote:
MileHighDenver wrote:It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.

I find it impossible to stop reading your interesting and informative reports..


Clearly.


Slow down, your pace is exhausting and I need to catch up...


Zero chance of that.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Banks » Tue Apr 28, 11:04 am

MileHighDenver wrote:
Banks wrote:
MileHighDenver wrote:
Banks wrote:
MileHighDenver wrote:It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.

I find it impossible to stop reading your interesting and informative reports..


Clearly.


Slow down, your pace is exhausting and I need to catch up...


Zero chance of that.


Have some mercy, man... I'm hoping it might be "It's the day after Kings day in Amsterdam"

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Re: Reopening

Postby nemesystem » Tue Apr 28, 10:07 pm

The 2nd wave can't hit soon enough.....

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Re: Reopening

Postby modern roots » Wed Apr 29, 12:06 am

nemesystem wrote:The 2nd wave can't hit soon enough.....


Think there will be a third or fourth wave?

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Re: Reopening

Postby smokedpeppers » Wed Apr 29, 1:53 am

seventh wave of the seventh set

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Re: Reopening

Postby Rudy » Wed Apr 29, 6:49 pm

Tulsa is at a "plateau".
No decrease or increase in the rate of infections, just a steady, manageable(for now) stream of verified cases thanks to the
shelter in place protocols most are following.

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Re: Reopening

Postby Hobie » Thu Apr 30, 1:05 am

MileHighDenver wrote:It’s Kings day in Amsterdam.



sgcollins https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_ZJmCFABCg

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Re: Reopening

Postby nemesystem » Thu Apr 30, 9:05 pm

modern roots wrote:
nemesystem wrote:The 2nd wave can't hit soon enough.....


Think there will be a third or fourth wave?



we shall see in 2021 if they have a vaccine by then....

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Re: Reopening

Postby Rudy » Sun May 03, 11:20 pm

America is sinking to the bottom of the ocean.
Along with myself I feel sad for America.
But really scared for the bottom of the ocean.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/c ... w-rochelle

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Re: Reopening

Postby modern roots » Mon May 04, 2:03 am

nemesystem wrote:
modern roots wrote:
nemesystem wrote:The 2nd wave can't hit soon enough.....


Think there will be a third or fourth wave?



we shall see in 2021 if they have a vaccine by then....


I thought the second wave would come before 2021.
I don't think they will find a vaccine.


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