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It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #25

Thu Apr 09, 2020 07:09 in General Talk

I don't think fema camps is what we have to worry about.

But I ain't going no where peacefully.......except maybe shopping.

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #22

Wed Apr 08, 2020 19:54 in General Talk

HaHa. Well I am not near the ocean but I am not too far from a military base.
It's quiet here where I live and rarely do I even hear a helicopter fly over....when
I do it is usually one of those med vac choppers.

Where I lived before moving here, I lived very very near a military munitions plant.
There would be choppers flying in there day and night over my house and/or over
the fields near my house. There would be louse KABOOM'S that would shake the
entire house at times. That base was there for many many years. Then one day
it went KABOOM! super loud. Someone goofed and blew the whole place up.
Several died and they never rebuilt.

Where I live, the biggest threats are earthquake and tornadoes. I live on a fault line.

USA Farmers Throwing Away Food » Post #1

Wed Apr 08, 2020 19:48 in General Talk

Well it is pretty bad when you grow food and then throw it away.

Florida is a high producer of tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, that is ripe this time of
year. Many of those farmers in Florida, sell their produce to restaurants. However,
with the cover-19 virus, fine restaurants are closed and many of the fast food joints
are only getting drive thru traffic and not a lot of that.

So tons and tons of tomatoes, zucchini, lettuce, cabbage is dumped in piles and
then turned over into the ground.

HUGE Waste.

You know, people see the USA as a huge source for most everything and many if
not most people in the USA don't realize how expensive food could get. I've read
posts of people in the USA saying stuff like 'oh there is plenty of supplies, there
is lots of food, if people would stop hoarding, there is lots of food in the USA, we
won't starve here'.

They don't realize the cost it takes to grow food, the work involved, the costly
equipment, not to mention costs to get product to market.....IF there is a market.

I wouldn't call myself a hoarder but I have stocked up enough for myself and for
my dog. It may not be that food isn't there but the thing is, the food could become
very costly. People today, have not lived thru a depression in America. I hope it
doesn't get that bad but one should always be prepared as much as possible.

I Would Do More Surveys If..... » Post #2

Wed Apr 08, 2020 12:48 in General Talk

You posted in the sub forum 'Stats' but your post is not displaying your Stats.

I have moved your topic to General Talk as I did not know what else to do with it.

If you want to address admin, you'll need to contact admin and/or reply to admin
topics.

Coronavirus may spread through normal breathing » Post #27

Tue Apr 07, 2020 12:54 in General Talk

zegon wrote:
valerie wrote: Cotton, Coffee Filters, Vacuum Cleaner Filters, Various House Air/Heat Conditioner Filters,
Various filters in dust remover house appliances, Various Paint Masks for painting and other
work, plastic face shields, hats/caps that have snap on plastic face shields (amazon sells
the plastic shield hats), just look around your house slowly and think.

PS Run inside in place


One can wrap toilet paper around the head also as a face mask , suspect that many have plenty of TP at home these days. :roll:

The way it is going, you'd get mugged, maybe even murdered, just for the
toilet paper.

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #18

Tue Apr 07, 2020 12:27 in General Talk

Ya, it's almost like taking surveys. You spend time shopping n when u go to
check out, u get nothing, nada, 0. :twisted: :evil:

:mrgreen:

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #15

Tue Apr 07, 2020 09:59 in General Talk

I'm so mad, I am going to go to Dairy Queen and buy a huge ice cream of some sort.
That'l show them! Won't let me order me house robes, me spend money at the
Dairy Queen. Yeah! :mrgreen:

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #14

Tue Apr 07, 2020 09:57 in General Talk

You know what....

They want us to stay home, right? Right.

They keep saying order online, right? Right.

So you go to the Walmart website and almost everything now is 'no delivery'.

I even put some items in the cart today on Walmart dot com and when I go
to checkout, it says all those items are sold out. That's bull. None of it was
food. Two house robes, trash bags, and a case of business type paper towels.

Yep, something fishy going on. What they are going to do is stop allowing
people to buy non-essential items. Well what is essential for one person is
not necessarily essential for another person. I want those cheap walmart
house robes! :lol:

American Red Cross - Plasma Donations » Post #2

Tue Apr 07, 2020 07:04 in General Talk

Did you know there are centers that pay you up to $200 per month for donating
plasma? There is. I don't know about other countries outside of the USA. AND
this is ongoing, not due to virus or anything of the sort. They just want to keep
a supply of plasma.

Do your research and your area, you may find a location near you.

American Red Cross - Plasma Donations » Post #1

Tue Apr 07, 2020 07:01 in General Talk

FYI

COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Program

The Red Cross, in partnership with the FDA, is playing a critical role in a new initiative to collect plasma, called convalescent plasma, from those recovered from COVID-19. Convalescent plasma has specific antibodies to COVID-19 making it a potentially lifesaving treatment for those with serious COVID-19 infections. If you have recovered from COVID-19 learn more about this program and how to help.

If you or someone you know has recently recovered from COVID-19, learn more about how you can help.

It's hit my area and they made curfew » Post #11

Mon Apr 06, 2020 22:36 in General Talk

I'd believe that if I didn't have to mow the yard.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #51

Mon Apr 06, 2020 19:59 in General Talk

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #50

Mon Apr 06, 2020 19:58 in General Talk

lockdown continues in Denmark » Post #5

Mon Apr 06, 2020 16:51 in General Talk

I would think that would be the last thing you would want.....girls.......they'd drive
you crrrrrr aaaaaaa zzzzzzz yyyyyyyyyy

Coronavirus may spread through normal breathing » Post #24

Mon Apr 06, 2020 16:50 in General Talk

Cotton, Coffee Filters, Vacuum Cleaner Filters, Various House Air/Heat Conditioner Filters,
Various filters in dust remover house appliances, Various Paint Masks for painting and other
work, plastic face shields, hats/caps that have snap on plastic face shields (amazon sells
the plastic shield hats), just look around your house slowly and think.

PS Run inside in place

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.
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