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Leon, old friend; you remind me of a drunken Irishman at a bar, and I've known a few. Spinning a yarn is an art. Some art pieces are better than others.
Oh it happened. I am a screenwriter now but that's the gist of it I can type 60wpm you know me. I'll out type ALL you preppers.
 

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Oh it happened. I am a screenwriter now but that's the gist of it I can type 60wpm you know me. I'll out type ALL you preppers.
I know you spin yarns and you have a knack for it. Not a knack for realism, however. I believe we've had a discussion like this, before.
Out-typing another. Does that add anything? No. Not really, unless one is going to be scooped.
 

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I know you spin yarns and you have a knack for it. Not a knack for realism, however. I believe we've had a discussion like this, before.
Out-typing another. Does that add anything? No. Not really, unless one is going to be scooped.
And you use commas wrong.
 

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I must go to bed. In the morning, I must prepare for work.
 

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UPDATE on Travel during Covid19

I had an opportunity that I couldn't pass on so I booked a plane ticket from the largest airport in the country located in the southeastern US with my destination being a Northern Mid Atlantic State that is deeply socialist in nature! OH SHIT!

So I arrive the big airport a few hours before my flight and traffic is nothing like it used to be the last time I flew. Parked my truck with no problem and headed into the airport which appeared to be semi deserted. Normal construction going on but no workers which I found to be odd.

I don't have a mask, so I wore a synthetic neck gaiter that I usually use for a mask when mowing or working outside on a hot day.

Walking through the airport was surreal with most people wearing masks...and a lot of them wearing the mask under their nose or on their chin.

I show my passport at security, almost no one in security line so it takes me about 3 minutes...then I take my normal 4th amendment sexual violation pat down like the rest of us sheeple who have surgical metal implanted in our joints and was off to the gate to wait...At this point I have yet to deploy the synthetic neck gaiter as a face mask. No one says anything to me but I was prepared.

IF some democrat had tried to shame me into wearing a mask, my prepared response was; My Body, My Choice! (Which I thought was brilliant but alas, I did not have an opportunity to respond in such!)

While at the gates I took some mental notes regarding demographics of passerby's and their masks at both airports;

Approx 95% of people had a mask on or hanging near their face. A few people had no sign of a mask.

99% of Black Females were wearing their masks, most incorrectly and most had designer style masks.

Approx 90% of Black Males had masks but most wearing the mask around their neck.

Every Asian looking person had a mask on and wearing it correctly and most masks were surgical style masks, not designer masks.

Most white men 40-60 yrs old had masks around their neck and maybe half were wearing them correctly. Bandanas and Neck Gaiters were predominant in this group which I am included.

Young people mostly had designer style masks.

Almost all people who appeared 65 and older had masks and wore them correctly.

Nobody sat near anybody else, and the airports seemed quieter and much less stress. Only a few take out style restaurants were open.

The airlines required all passengers to wear their masks and handed out a shrink-wrapped package containing a small bottle of water, pack of crackers and a purell wetnapkin. They only sold every other seat so the plane was about 50% capacity. Loved it! More shoulder room and less stress!

Overall, I enjoyed the stress free style of air travel vs the old hustle bustle with too many fat ass people getting in your grill.

I hope this Chicom flu scare changes the airline industry.
 

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Oh, and my thoughts kept going to the "What If" Conspiracy Theory...WHAT IF the Chicoms implanted COVID19 viruses in each mask? Because you know all of these masks are made in chicom!

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My mind has gone to, off and on, What If the test for the virus, gives you the virus? Paranoia (and not unreasonably so) is a hard life to live somedays. Wish we could trust someone.
 

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My mind has gone to, off and on, What If the test for the virus, gives you the virus? Paranoia (and not unreasonably so) is a hard life to live somedays. Wish we could trust someone.
Never mind the test of which the probability is almost non existent to transmit it,

but the vaccine that will be produced to counter it.

How about the F'N ****** poisoning all the different meds that we get from there?

Putting some heinous germ in them, we are slaved to their crap at this point, get out meds the F'K out of chinkland!!!!!

The politicians, Instead of protecting us like they were elected to do,

they were lining their pockets with treasure from those bastards , and still do!

I think it is great that Trump has pulled out of the WHO, ass licks of the ******, get the UN out of here next.
 

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Added to the above.

The ****** could reduce or eliminate active components from a lot of tablets and replace with talcum powder

or dextrose, the results would be "death by natural causes" until a year or so had passed,

and the data compiled by the agencies monitoring them.

Think of a guy with angina, throws a couple of nitro under his tongue, and still dies,

think anyone is going to test the nitro potency???? no F'N way.
 

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On another note, we have 95,512 known cases, 6,718 related deaths listed as of the 27th.

I am surrounded by 5,000+ cases within 13 miles of me.
 

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I went in for my normal six month checkup at the doctor’s office yesterday. The office was operating with reduced staff. When my turn came, the doctor (not an assistant) ushered me into the exam room and of course he was masked. I asked if I could remove my mask and he said “sure”. He asked if I minded if he removed his mask and I readily agreed. We both had a good laugh and agreed that all this mask business was indeed a bunch of bullshit.
 

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I called my barber up, he is back open, booked up for a month. I said no problem, glad you are back in business, I've got scissors in meantime.

My hair is too damm thick come hot weather, and it's ponytail length now.

Closest "city" is ~30,000. They had some car windows broken and rocks thrown due to Floyd I think? No organized riots or mayhem yet
 

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I think I will have my kid put mine in pigtails, she does a ponytail on me when I go out.

Mine is about 12 inches past my shoulders.

Not been to the barber going on 4 years next month.

Have no facial hair.
 

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No action in the big city, yet, changing my everyday carry load to 4 spare mags for the SIG 228,

and adding the M1 Carbine and 6 mags into the Jeeps.

Anyone blocks me on the street will end up as roadkill, not going to let the animals harm us, will go into 4WD if happening.

Told daughter to take her G-17 and 4 mags, with her 442 as backup.

I really don't go near any active areas, but trouble can spring up anywhere in a city of over 250,000.
 

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Oh, and my thoughts kept going to the "What If" Conspiracy Theory...WHAT IF the Chicoms implanted COVID19 viruses in each mask? Because you know all of these masks are made in chicom!

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@Slippy, They could do better by using the tons of freeze dried anthrax they have,

moisture from your breathing would activate it.

Would take over a week before the symptoms showed up.
 
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