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6 months 4 days ago #682409 by JaneK
These days, you statement is  very valid!  They all mesh together. 

How are you doing today?


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6 months 4 days ago #682421 by Hassner
There is only yesterday, today and tomorrow. 
Love it! Holiday at home. 


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6 months 4 days ago #682424 by David Dettman
That's what we are doing, not happy about it.  But we are making the best of it.   :)

I'm thinking about trying to make my own beer!  


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6 months 3 days ago #682441 by Kenya See
Kind of annoyed, was reading Trumps recent remarks about China taking responsibility for this.  Seems like he is just brushing this off as a "mistake".  WTH??  

Is he worried about hurting his friends feelings??!


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6 months 3 days ago #682445 by Ian Stone
Eh, I saw that too, I hope China get's punished for this.  So many have died and lives permanently screwed up.  Businesses closing.  Not fair when you look at how careless China is.  


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6 months 3 days ago #682449 by Hassner
I wonder if anyone took responsibility for the Spanish flu. It began in  Camp Funston in Fort Riley,  Kansas, they believe. 
50 million people died. 


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6 months 3 days ago #682452 by Ian Stone

Hassner wrote: I wonder if anyone took responsibility for the Spanish flu. It began in  Camp Funston in Fort Riley,  Kansas, they believe. 
50 million people died. 


I hear you, however there are very strong reports showing this was man made and even intentionally released to get the economy back in their favor.  Even still, Chinese tend to be cutting the corners all the time, they shouldn't be playing with horrible stuff like this to start with.  I wouldn't trust them with a pop gun. 


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6 months 3 days ago #682469 by Matt Nguyen
It's all messed up circumstances regardless. Good times will come.   


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6 months 2 days ago #682482 by Scuba Mike
Such a big understatement!  


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6 months 2 days ago #682491 by Alexandra Rioce
Is it? 


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6 months 2 days ago #682569 by Hassner
Life will never be 100% the same.
Life might be about 80% of what we knew in 18 months’ time.


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6 months 2 days ago #682575 by D Hornick

Hassner wrote: Life will never be 100% the same.
Life might be about 80% of what we knew in 18 months’ time.



You think?  I think once they figure out a vaccination and ways to test, we'll be back to normal and this will be treated like another 'flu' strain each year.  Well there is the economy.  If you are referring to that, then you are so correct, there are so many companies that just won't be around.  So things are forever different on that home front.   


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6 months 2 days ago #682584 by Hassner
You have a lot of faith in a vaccine.
The flu is still with us.

The power and money behind the vaccine...
The anti-vaccine movements out there...
The control that will go with trying to vaccinate everyone...


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6 months 1 day ago #682614 by Don Granger
Good point, but the Flu doesn't kill the rate of Covid 19


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6 months 1 day ago #682621 by Ben Vanderbilt
Flu kills, it's just not publicized as much as Covid 19


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