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Coronavirus may spread through normal breathing » Post #22

Mon Apr 06, 2020 14:12 in General Talk

Wear a mask!

Ask yourself this question:

Do you want to die today?

If your answer is no, wear a mask.

Even if it is nothing more than a scarf, it may prevent your death.
Think about it.

The better your scarf, the better the safety.

You can make a mask by using a coffee filter. It really is a pretty good way to go about it.
Take a coffee filter and wrap it inside the scarf. Tie the scarf very securely around your
mouth, chin, and nose.

Stay at the very minimum 8 foot away from others. The further away, the better.

Wind is not going to carry droplets very far but this is also why it is important for you
to distance yourself from others and to create not only a good mask, but make sure
your mask is secure.

Tiger at Bronx Zoo has tested Positive » Post #6

Mon Apr 06, 2020 10:54 in General Talk

suraraj wrote: In India , we have crores of street dogs equal to the number of humans. These dogs roam in every street and suppose if a dog gets infected by a virus, then we cannot imagine the situation. :roll: :roll:

I've wondered about that and the monkeys too.

Tiger at Bronx Zoo has tested Positive » Post #1

Sun Apr 05, 2020 20:24 in General Talk

Dang! :o

Bronx Zoo is located in New York.

It seems the tiger got the coronavirus from it's handler.

They said the tiger is doing ok but it raises questions about animals
getting the virus from humans.

WOW , Pay No 21 [2020] in Progress....tasman1 » Post #2

Sun Apr 05, 2020 20:18 in Success Stories

Don't forget to remove your email addy.

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #8

Sun Apr 05, 2020 14:41 in General Talk

I would have preferred this virus happen months ago, during the winter here.

It is Spring now in the USA. Summer is soon to arrive.

It's gonna be a long hot summer.

Old posts deletion » Post #2

Sun Apr 05, 2020 14:38 in General Talk

I don't have permissions to delete those posts.

You would need to ask the Greek moderator.

What cure? » Post #7

Sun Apr 05, 2020 08:59 in General Talk

When I was young, I rarely listened to the news.
All I thought of doing is having fun with my friends.

I think there is a lot of young people out there that don't really
give any thought to what is going on. They don't listen to the
news and many may have parents that don't take heed to what
is going on either.

What cure? » Post #3

Sun Apr 05, 2020 07:21 in General Talk

It's proven to help in severe cases.

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #6

Sun Apr 05, 2020 07:18 in General Talk

Just to make sure I am clear, this curfew is in my town/county.

The city is 20 minute drive from where I live. It has a population of about 20,000.
In the rural town where I live, the population is less than 2,000.
This is in the same county jurisdiction. They implemented the curfew here after
several were positive for the virus and three or four had died from the virus.

Also, something else they did here in my area...

Only one person can use a cart in the store and only one person from a family
is allowed to the store. I think this has been implemented many places in the
USA.

A week or so ago, Walmart's now close their doors at 8:30 pm. On Tuesdays,
Walmart is open 6 am for those over 60 years old, only until 7 am. Now they
will bring pharmacy prescriptions to the car if the person does not want to go
inside.

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #1

Sat Apr 04, 2020 21:30 in General Talk

The provisions of the curfew are:

• Those 18 and younger should not be in public between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, or on the way or actively engaged in employment.

• Groups of 10 or more people congregating in any place open to the public are prohibited. This does not prevent unassociated persons from being in a public place, such as a grocery store or outdoor park.

The Executive Order will be enforced by all local law enforcement agencies after all reasonable efforts for voluntary compliance have been exhausted.

Plunge in world wide newborns. » Post #5

Sat Apr 04, 2020 21:24 in General Talk

I dunno, I don't really think so.

People some times look at this like the baby boomer generation but at that time,
little was happening in regards to contraceptions.

Coronavirus may spread through normal breathing » Post #14

Sat Apr 04, 2020 14:22 in General Talk

Nooo we are not being hauled off to Fema camps. You should like a conspiracy theorist.

I think I saw little green bastxxxs dancing above the fruit cups in my fridge! I'll eradicate
them soon with my special 409 spray gun. Then we'll see who is dancing the jig!

Can You Survive 100 day lockdown poll..tasman1 » Post #17

Sat Apr 04, 2020 07:05 in General Talk

One problem is not knowing how long the virus will last, in regards to food storage.

If you know you need to ration your food storage for a specified time, you are going to eat less.

So, I think one problem that people may encounter (and I hope they don't) is eating up their
supply too fast.

Many people should probably be cutting their daily food intake by half if not more. You think
about that. If you cut your food intake daily by half, you have doubled your food storage OR
you could say extended your food supply to twice as long.

Spray Yourself » Post #8

Fri Apr 03, 2020 17:49 in General Talk

You have no worries, your big stinky feet will keep the virus at bay. :lol:

Coronavirus may spread through normal breathing » Post #8

Fri Apr 03, 2020 15:27 in General Talk

I don't think we need to worry about being hauled off to fema camps. :mrgreen:

They will get a vaccine eventually and in the mean time, we all need to stay in our
homes and in our own yard as much as possible. Personally, I don't find that difficult
to do. There is lots for me to watch on tv, amazon prime, Netflix, etc. I have a good
stack of jigsaw puzzles that will certainly keep me busy for months. My office looks
like Nightmare on Elm Street and I could easily spend days going thru offline files,
sorting, organizing. I haven't cleaned the inside of my fridge out in almost a year...
I admit so that will be a days work there. I mean there is plenty of stuff inside
my house to keep me busy, not to mention regular weekly yard work.

Coronavirus may spread through normal breathing » Post #7

Fri Apr 03, 2020 15:21 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Thanks to coronavirus I wash my feet now twice a year , not just once a year

And what big feet they are! :lol:

Spray Yourself » Post #5

Fri Apr 03, 2020 15:13 in General Talk

josealvesjr wrote: I´m with you. Better even to be over protected and cautious than being nonchalant and under protected.This virus is no joke and lurks everywhere. When I go out to do shopping (twice a week) I wear the same shoes and wash them when I come back and they still remain outside. I removed the doormat and have a cloth soaked in water and bleach in front of the door. Small things can make all the difference.

That's a good idea to keep bleach water at the door. I think I am going to do similar.
I receive a lot of packages and when I do, I wipe them down with Clorox wipes....the
cardboard box's. I think what I will do now, is NOT even bring the box in the house,
wipe it down with some bleach water, then open the package and wipe down the
product/products inside with Clorox wipes. I'll leave the cardboard outside after I
break it down, place a brick on it until trash pick up day.

Spray Yourself » Post #1

Fri Apr 03, 2020 12:03 in General Talk

I posted about this on my Facebook the other day. I have not read or heard
anyone state this but me.

I started working in health care back in the 70's. I worked in almost every
branch. Started out working in a hospital. Then I went to nursing homes.
After that I went to other hospitals and nursing homes. I worked for a
major hospital at one time in which I traveled in the immediate area. I
worked for a company 'Agape' that sent me to homes to work with the
young for rehab. I worked in home health and hospice. I have also worked
in private home health.

So when this virus first started in America, I was aware and afraid of what
might happen. I told my sister and yes, we stocked up on supplies before
most the population and before it was a pandemic.

When they told everyone not to wear masks, I knew what they were up to.
They wanted to narrow the supply hoarding.

You want to ALWAYS wear a mask when out in public during any kind of a
virus and certainly during a pandemic. If you don't have a mask, use
whatever you got. Cloth diapers are good.

Even back in the 70's we knew to always wear protective clothing when
working with infections in people. We wore surgical masks, gloves,
gowns, and shoe covers. The room would be seperated by a drape.
The patient would be placed in isolation and behind the drape. On the
other side of the drape there was several trash cans with different liners.
The ones with the red liners our gowns, gloves, over shoe covers, went
into. We then grabbed the can of disinfectant and sprayed outselves
with special attention to our shoes and bottom of shoes.

So my tip to you, use Lysol Spray in the can or an equivalent and spray
yourself and your shoes including the bottoms of your shoes, before
entering your vehicle and your house.

Let's Pray » Post #40

Thu Apr 02, 2020 13:34 in General Talk

It's a fine line and I don't always have time to view every video and link
someone posts. So the best thing to do is not post links. In regards to
videos, if there is a complaint about one having promo links in them or
some such as that, I will edit or set for deletion.

It's just like this topic is a fine line. In reality the rules state no political
or religion discussions but as long as members are not beating each other
up, I allow it. If the discussion begins to get heated, I lock it.

I don't care what your belief is. If you believe a worm is your reincarnated
aunt from planet mars, I don't care. Just don't spam, don't start entering
a handful of links, and don't argue and by all means, DON'T tell me what
I can do and what I cannot do.

Ysense email » Post #4

Thu Apr 02, 2020 08:40 in General Talk

That email is legitimate.
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