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mrflynn03

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  1. Lol, that and I also did some work on a couple friends dad's watermelon farms turning vines and picking melons. Hard work.
  2. Did you ever have to husk corn, boil it, cut it off the cob, and store in gallon bags? Hard to pick which is worse. That or picking green beans.
  3. https://www.thechilewoman.com/ Since I doubt Bloomington farmers market will be opening anytime soon I will have to order my peppers too. Usually get some from the lady in the link. Thought it might interest you.
  4. Unfortunately this virus is likely going to be endemic in the population and be seasonal like the flu, even with a vaccine. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sciencealert.com/the-new-coronavirus-could-circulate-forever-says-experts
  5. How about some humor.
  6. Thanks, this is good to know. I haven't any accidents with geico so had no idea they did that.
  7. I grew up on Bobby Knight and have seen everything RMK related so I want to add my favorite clip.... https://youtu.be/RIh3hyFFqAQ
  8. Serious question? Does anybody remember the H1N1 swine flu pandemic that started January 2009? Probably not. Over 12,000 Americans died from swine flu. Right now, the data available is lacking and so unreliable that calculating infection or mortality rates is going to be wildly inaccurate. In my opinion, the only useful information can be gleaned from testing numbers. So, take the positive test numbers divided by total tests. I have been doing this for 14 days now. The number of people testing positive from total test done is hovering around 15%. So assuming enough testing is done, we should expect about 55-65 million Americans test positive and a much lower than 1.4% mortality rate. Probably will be about 0.5% when this is over. It really shouldn't surprise anybody that 55-65 million Americans will contract this virus and 30-40,000 will succumb to it. It's just fundamental and an unfortunate part of life.
  9. I have had roadside assistance programs through 2 car insurance agencies. Progressive and Geico. Geico is far and away a much better car insurance provider in every way. Geico roadside assistance pays for everything. Progressive pays the 1st 15 miles of a tow.
  10. In all my prepping, the 2 things I have ignored, and learned from them this. Make sure you keep your vehicles above 1/2 tank and make sure your spare tire is aired up and solid. Also not a bad idea to keep 10-15 gallons of gas in 5 gallon gas cans around. Be sure to rotate because gas doesn't last very long. Stock up while its cheap.
  11. Agreed on designated survivor, first 2 seasons were pretty good. 3rd season SJW BS. I'm getting really tired of race and sex identity confusion issues polluting tv. I find myself rewatching alot of the 90's shows I grew up with. Nash Bridges anyone, Saves by the Bell anyone?
  12. Awesome, swordfish steaks are by far my first choice in seafood.
  13. I had to reboot my brain after watching that. Unbelievable.
  14. Read they have only had 1 homicide in the last 7 days. First time since 2015 they went that long. Crime in general is down. They suspect it will go back up with warmer weather.
  15. When I mentioned how long will we tolerate our rights being violated, the linked article is the exact type of authoritarian BS I'm talking about. Threating fines or arrest for leaving your house to ride a bike or go for a walk. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8156337/amp/Chicago-threatens-arrest-fine-people-refusing-stay-home-order.html
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