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Sensex crashed » Post #10

Thu Mar 12, 2020 10:28 in General Talk

I don't think it is a good idea to keep a lot of money in the bank.
The bank is never going to give you much interest.

For me, my best investments have always been in precious metals (gold and silver),
land, and housing.

Don't go selling your gold unless you are starving.

PS. I am very fond of diamonds, also. :D

Sensex crashed » Post #3

Thu Mar 12, 2020 08:48 in General Talk

Don't sell your gold! :P

Getting more n more emails like this (virus) » Post #1

Thu Mar 12, 2020 08:46 in General Talk

Dear Valued Customer,

On behalf of McDonald's® USA, I want to assure you that in times of uncertainty, the safety of our customers and people remains our highest priority.

Please know that we are keeping those affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) in our thoughts while we closely watch the evolving situation.

In the meantime, I want to inform you of the proactive steps McDonald’s and our franchisees are taking to ensure the safety in our restaurants across all our communities – in proactive partnership with local and national health authorities.

For more than 65 years, McDonald's values of quality, service, and cleanliness have endured. Today, that same commitment guides all our actions. Specifically, we are:

Adhering to our industry-leading, cleaning procedures in every restaurant, every day.
Ensuring high-touch areas such as ordering kiosks, pick-up counters and restrooms get more frequent cleanings.
Enhancing our McDelivery® procedures to ensure order packaging remains safe before we fill it with your favorite items so you can enjoy McDonald’s at home.
Supporting employees in staying home from work if they are sick so they can rest and recover.
More than ever, we are proud to honor our commitment to cleanliness so you feel confident dining with us.

We sincerely thank you for your continued business, and above all, for your trust in the Golden Arches.

Joe Erlinger signature

Should China be sued for the Coronavirus ? » Post #10

Thu Mar 12, 2020 07:33 in General Talk

Sue? lol

How much money can you get from a bat? Which bat was it? Do we have that bat?
Was the virus really from a bat? Did the virus really originate in China?


Now listen, I don't want to read that the USA did this and Spain did that and he said
she said. This is exactly the type of conversations that cause havoc the world over.

The topic is 'racism' 'china' and the recent 'virus'.

No matter what anyone says, none of you have any proof whatsoever where the
virus came from, how the virus originated, etc. Just because the first recorded
case came from China, really does not mean it started there.

If you believe that China should be sued, that is you doing your own thinking and
that is fine. I for one, think it is laughable.

Global concentration camps - it's going to happen » Post #14

Wed Mar 11, 2020 20:45 in General Talk

Ole Nostradamus.

I dunno of course. I've always assumed the worse will come when things are nice and peaceful,
when people least expect it.

Problem for italian user » Post #18

Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:15 in General Talk

I'll direct him to this topic again and point out your issue. That is all I can do.

Italy , No Bills to pay.....tasman1 » Post #12

Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:10 in General Talk

I like sock puppets. :mrgreen:

Global concentration camps - it's going to happen » Post #8

Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:06 in General Talk

Actually, I was thinking I could hide in the dryer. I guess they would look there too.

But one question, why would they want me? :lol:

No I am not worried about the virus. I have plenty of supplies to last a very long
time. I have enough food to probably last two years. I have many cleaning agents
and antibacterial products. My dog has enough food and treats to last well over a
year. I do buy bottled water regularly and I also have the filtered water pitcher. I
buy the bottled water simply because I will drink more water if I can simply grab
a cold bottle from the fridge. I am in fact stocked up with several cases of
bottled water. I live near a major DAM/Lake so reality is, I don't believe anyone
in this State needs to worry about water.

I believe they will have an antidote for the virus in the not so distant future.

Summer will soon be here and in my neck of the woods, it is nothing short of
hot. I think by the time summer gets here, we may see the virus short lived.

From what I have read, the virus is simply another strain of flue that is more
detrimental to those with low immune. As it has been stated, many of the
nursing home patients, those in sick health, are the people we really need to
help in this type of crisis.

I don't think people are going to be carted off to fema camps.

I do believe supplies may be short at times. Mostly due to people stocking
up and some manufacturing may stop or run lower due to people off from

Italy , No Bills to pay.....tasman1 » Post #8

Wed Mar 11, 2020 07:51 in General Talk

Hahahahahaha :lol:

Can't eat pet!

Italy , No Bills to pay.....tasman1 » Post #6

Tue Mar 10, 2020 22:33 in General Talk

I live in an old coal mining town. I will run under ground and become a mole.
A mole living on coal. Coal Mole. :mrgreen:

Global concentration camps - it's going to happen » Post #6

Tue Mar 10, 2020 22:30 in General Talk

Que sera, sera.

Valerie / Tasman1 - Mystery of TP solved ! » Post #4

Tue Mar 10, 2020 22:22 in General Talk

Well that article is sort of common sense knowledge.

ALL these products people are stocking up on, are products they will use sooner or later.
So it is not like it is a waste of money.

I'd much rather have toilet paper than not have it. Same goes with antibacterial soap
and other cleaning products.

There is now one case of the virus in my State.

I think this virus is going to be around a long time from what I have read. I hope it's
not like 'flubber' that grows bigger and stronger as it progresses. THAT is what I would
be concerned about. No one has said that, by the way. It's just a thought in my head.

How to give an like to someone's post » Post #10

Tue Mar 10, 2020 22:09 in General Talk

Yep. I think Jao took a php forum script and reprogrammed it.

Actually, it is rather smart. If the buttons were not hidden until set number of posts
are made, the spam content would be much higher than it is now. I know you don't
see the spam and that is one reason why you don't. I don't approve the posts but
also once I have approved the posts of the new member, it is easy for me to see if
they are a legitimate member, bot, troll, spammer, etc AND they cannot see those
buttons until they do make it to ten posts.

How to give an like to someone's post » Post #6

Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:13 in General Talk

ysuser908778231 wrote: New member here. I saw we can know how many members like the post. But how can I do to gives an like? Which button should I click?

By the way, I believe you will have to make 4 more posts before you see those options.
You need ten posts.

How to give an like to someone's post » Post #5

Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:12 in General Talk

Probably so everyone cannot see moderator options/buttons.

How to give an like to someone's post » Post #3

Tue Mar 10, 2020 06:32 in General Talk

Move your mouse at the top right of this post and you will see the options appear.

Something Wrong with World ?? ...tasman1 » Post #7

Tue Mar 10, 2020 06:30 in General Talk

The powers that be like to tell people not to panic.

However, people are wise enough to know not to trust the powers that be.

I think the reason why people are buying up the toilet paper is simply because they think
there is a possibility they will be restricted to their homes at some point. They won't be
able to leave the house and purchase needed items such as toilet paper.

You never know, governments can impose curfews and Marshall law. Not only that but
people have already stopped going to work and well if there is no one to work the
stocking and cash registers, the stores close. Same goes if people do not go to the
factories to work, production stops.

Could it get that bad? Sure it could. It could take a long time to get an antidote
and a long time to get it to all the people around the world.

Coronavirus Lobsters.......tasmania » Post #12

Sun Mar 08, 2020 22:19 in General Talk

Great idea! A pet lobster. Great protection too whilst I go on my daily walk. No one afraid
of little Bo Bo Dog. Everyone be afraid of ...... Ralphie Red Lobster. Ralphie Red Lobster will
pinch the sxxx out of meanie heads. Meanie heads know it and will not attack me for fear
of being pinched.


You folks got to stop being so optimistic, it's making me too joyful. :roll:

Don't forget the 1 Hour time change » Post #1

Sun Mar 08, 2020 16:42 in General Talk

Most of the USA is on the time change and I think that includes California.

We spring forward one hour in March.

New email » Post #5

Sun Mar 08, 2020 13:41 in General Talk

Ok great! :P
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