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Next Stage .......tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Mar 23, 2020 15:53 in General Talk

Yep, those in bunkers after 7 years will send their Tasman 1 devil out to test the air and bananas.

Good luck tasman1

:lol:

Walmart USA - March 23 » Post #4

Mon Mar 23, 2020 14:27 in General Talk

Yes there is not as much staff at Walmart these days.

Thus far, Walmart in my area has not set any limits at all.

I did notice the cashiers are now wearing gloves!

Walmart USA - March 23 » Post #1

Mon Mar 23, 2020 12:47 in General Talk

My sister and I went to Walmart this morning. I get my prescriptions there so I really
needed to go in order to get my 3 months supply of blood pressure meds.

I didn't see much shelf stocking going on. There was no toilet paper, no paper towels,
little detergents, no hand sanitizers, no bar soaps. Many shelves are empty in the
grocery department. It's actually mighty sad to look at.

They did have some supplies in that was not there before. We bough flour that they
did have in, they didn't before when we were last there. They also had dry powdered
milk that I had been looking for every where, so I was happy to get that. My sister
uses the Walmart great value brand powdered creamer for coffee and they have been
out of it but had a large supply in so she bought several of those.

We wore surgical masks and gloves. I also wore a baseball cap and my big dark glasses
that I have to wear from the cataract surgery, plus I was wearing a hoodie. I looked like
something out of a nightmare.

So altho they are consistently out of many products at Walmart, they are still trying to
stock the shelves with what the truck brings in.

It's official, if you have a 401k, 80%-90% loss! » Post #15

Mon Mar 23, 2020 06:36 in General Talk

Well, not exactly.

Plumbing Issues - Tornado - EarthQuake - ETC » Post #4

Mon Mar 23, 2020 06:22 in General Talk

It IS clogging sewer lines. It's crazy.

Well believe it or not, I do have a little experience in plumbing.
My mother and step father owned a plumbing, heating, air business all their life.

When I bought this house, since it ia on town system, I ask about the plumbing.
Since there was not a backflow in place, I paid a bit over $400 to have one
installed. It's something may not ever be needed but it gives peace of mind.
Every house/business should have it if they live in an area that has a city
septic system.

Since this is an old coal mining town, a little elevated, hilly streets....up....
down.....up.....down.....slightly, and not knowing how old the pipes are
under the ground, and the amount of rain it gets here, I felt it was wise
to have the backflow installed.

Plumbing Issues - Tornado - EarthQuake - ETC » Post #1

Sun Mar 22, 2020 16:49 in General Talk

Well for starters now there is an outbreak of plumbing issues. So if anyone is getting
rich right now, it appears to be the plumbers. When going to the residence or business
they are finding mass toilet paper, wipes, paper towels, napkins, and even other stuff
that has clogged the pipes!!!

What the heck is wrong with people? You don't flush anything down a toilet except
toilet tissue.

The next issue.....that is NOT an issue at the moment, is a major disaster. What if
we had some sort of devastation some where.....people would have to gather together.
What a giant mess that would be.

1 billion in lockdown now.....tasman1 » Post #5

Sun Mar 22, 2020 16:44 in General Talk

I don't wish this on anyone, any where. I feel sorry for those that have lost love ones,
no matter what country they are in. I sure don't see this as a country competition.

How much will life change after Corona?? » Post #13

Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:49 in General Talk

I think they need to focus more than they are in the media about the life time damage
it can personally do to those infected.

It's not just about dying. It's not just about having it for a couple of weeks.

It's also about the long term harm it causes. It's been stated the lungs can
become damaged for life. So even for the young, they may find themselves
suffering in their older age with lung disease....all due to this virus.

Another payment processor bites the dust- STP » Post #6

Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:44 in General Talk

I am sure I do have money there but I don't care what they do with it.
I'm positive it is not much.

The thing is, whatever profile I have in there, has changed. My address,
my bank, everything is different. Also I had a business email addy that
I no longer have.

Oil at 0.00 ? ...tasman1 » Post #5

Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:37 in General Talk

I envisioned everyone driving around in circles.

Drink Warm Water » Post #5

Sun Mar 22, 2020 08:35 in General Talk

You want to consistently drink hot fluids.

Coffee is good. Hot coffee. Hot tea.

Hot soups. Hot vegetable soup.

A major issue with the coronavirus is respiratory. A big cause of the respiratory is the
thickening of the respiratory with flem. So you want to keep your lungs and respiratory
tract as broken up as possible and by that I mean to consistently drink hot fluids. HOT.

I'm new here,please I need some guide on how to ea » Post #2

Sun Mar 22, 2020 06:47 in Member Introduction

It's probably due to your location.

today there were no surveys » Post #2

Sat Mar 21, 2020 19:06 in General Talk

It's the weekend and usually seems to be less.

Things to do in the House - Can you name some? » Post #21

Sat Mar 21, 2020 16:22 in General Talk

It's worth watching just to watch Joe Exotic.

Well, it's a hatred that he takes way too far of the woman that owns the Big Cat Rescue.
I mean, wayyyyyy too far.

So yeah, there is a lot of drama to it.

North Korea and Virus » Post #13

Sat Mar 21, 2020 16:19 in General Talk

Did you hear what the USA is doing now with hogs?

They raise the hogs here in the USA and then ship them to China for slaughter
and packing and then ship the packages to USA.

I'm glad I am not a meat eater.

It's so pitiful how animals are treated today.

Another payment processor bites the dust- STP » Post #4

Sat Mar 21, 2020 16:15 in General Talk

No, it's not a debit card.

Yes I joined STP years ago when it first launched.

It's a thick white plastic card. On the front it includes ID number, Payment Code, and Secure Code.

On the back it has 'The TrustCard Advantage - putting YOU in control!'
And more info.

The front also includes their toll free number.

I should log in over there because I know I had a few bucks but it is probably gone now anyway.
Whatever I had, they can donate it or keep it.

Another payment processor bites the dust- STP » Post #2

Sat Mar 21, 2020 13:42 in General Talk

I still have my plastic STP card from years ago.

North Korea and Virus » Post #11

Sat Mar 21, 2020 13:29 in General Talk

So what makes you think there is no cases in China?

Things to do in the House - Can you name some? » Post #19

Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:07 in General Talk

Usually I cancel my Netflix subscription about April and then pick it back up
about November. I may be hanging on to it longer though due to being inside
more.

It's a docuseries. An absolute must watch. Here is an image of Joe and you
can choose to read about it or not:

Meet Joe Exotic: the crazy true story behind Netflix’s documentary Tiger King

North Korea and Virus » Post #3

Sat Mar 21, 2020 09:12 in General Talk

I didn't know they let them out to China to work.
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