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FKIM01

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  1. We recently swapped to RTC fiber in Washington...run everything in the office through it...computers, phones, TVs...fantastic service and I got their slowest package (50 Mbps). My neighbor has Newwave and his service has sucked recently.
  2. A tad surprised Tail of the Dragon in Tennessee hasn't gotten mention yet. Done that on a motorcycle several times. Blue Ridge Parkway through North Carolina and Virginia...did the whole 400+ miles once on a motorcycle...the last few miles at night in a driving rainstorm. Good old Indiana 66 down on the Ohio River. @milehiiu, can't remember the road names, but we did several nice roads on the motorcycle jumping off from a rental cabin in Granby, CO...Estes Park, Steamboat Springs, through Rocky Mountain National Park, up Mount Evans...great trip. Only after we came back did I learn about the legend of the Granby Killdozer...crazy stuff, but really nice people in Granby. A road on my bucket list...I looked it up after noticing it in the intro of The Shining...Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana. Lord willing, I'm going to do that on the motorcycle at some point.
  3. May not seem like a lot, but this country is going the wrong way on death rate. 5 days ago it was 1.30%. Now it's 1.67%. Italy has always been bad but has gone from 9.26% to 10.84%. ...and duh...China is 100% lying about their numbers.
  4. @5fouls, love your game commentaries...keep 'em coming!
  5. I could see that. Spectacular scorer, but no interest in defense. As Courtney Witte (former Vincennes Lincoln standout, IU hooper and Pacer scout) once told a room of us, Jay couldn't guard a sidewalk.
  6. If a scientist needs to measure billions or even trillions of molecule, they might just make a logarithmic scale with each number (i.e. from 0 to 1) increase representing an increase by a factor of 10. That would mean that going from 0 to 1 means increasing 10 units, and going from 0 to 2 means increasing 100 units, because 10^2 = 100. Numbers on a logarithmic scale are representative of a factor increase in real units. Stolen from Google...I had a general idea but this from study.com said it much better.
  7. That is one of the two I use. The other one is the more famous Johns Hopkins site.
  8. Italy's death rate has crested over 10%. U.S. death rate tracking at 1.37%. Both countries still racking up new cases. ...and SMH at the IDIOT who licked a toilet seat and contracted Coronavirus. Really hard to feel sorry for people like that.
  9. He's probably realized that Penny isn't much of a coach.
  10. Our company is deemed essential so we'll be staying open with zero on site customer interaction. I told my employees we would stay locked down just as we were last week. 6 feet is no issue as we each have plenty of individual space. I also told them not to come in if they were not comfortable doing so or if they needed to take care of children. Still waiting to see if the federal government is going to help if my employees have to stay home...what a frustrating and annoying mess.
  11. I feel like I should take this to a PM, but I loved him as a teacher and he's even better as a friend. I just have to get used to calling him "Don". No gavels on Wednesdays nights...he's enjoying retirement.
  12. I kind of suspected they might. Now would be a great time to max that out for both of the reasons you mentioned. I'd be looking for all the storage I could find.
  13. Until the restaurants closed, I had dinner with Mr. S most Wednesday nights...great story teller and I have fond memories of him as a teacher.
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