This is certainly an interesting time right now. I know many of us around the world are social distancing, self-quarantining, or whatever phrase you are using for it. 

So let's take a moment and check-in here and let the community know how you're doing during all this.

 


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on Mar 25, 2020

Tim, you should have plenty of time to skin, then, eh?     

on Mar 25, 2020

RedneckDude

Tim, you should have plenty of time to skin, then, eh?     

on Mar 25, 2020

MadDeez

Stay safe and healthy, everyone.

Tom, once this stuff passes and the governor says we can get out and about safely (i'm thinking in the fall), i may stop by for a brief visit if that's ok with you. i still want to help a certain person if you're still taking donations. you still live along the river, correct? 

Yep, I still live in the same place, and yes, the person needing donations is needed them more than ever right now. You stay safe!  Sent you a PM.

on Mar 25, 2020

All is well here in SW Ohio. We stay in as much as we can. I am in an essential industry so i am working. Minimal contact with others. Everything we know as normal is turned upside down.  

on Mar 25, 2020

Dcrew57

Everything we know as normal is turned upside down

Now you know what it's like to be an Australian...

on Mar 25, 2020



Quoting Dcrew57,

Everything we know as normal is turned upside down



Now you know what it's like to be an Australian...

Now I know why my aussie shepherd is always rolling over and looking at me upside down.....hmmmm.

 

on Mar 25, 2020

My wife is a nurse. Tonight she went in to find she has 6 COVID 19 patients.  Oh shit!

on Mar 25, 2020

on Mar 26, 2020

26th of March. So far so quiet. I am thinking of joining the volunteers. One of the tasks is just phoning people who are in quarantine and making sure they're okay.

on Mar 26, 2020

All is copacetic. Very stringent measures being taken here. So, staying at home except for food shopping and the like, and trying to keep occupied.

Trying to find stuff you folks want to hear about, so pm me with special requests you might have.    

on Mar 26, 2020

Im just staying on quarantine

on Mar 26, 2020

In the United States of America over 58,000 confirmed cases. 745 of them died. In the state of Arizona there are 24 confirmed cases 2 died. Dan Ackroid is dying. 

The world health organization has said that none under the age of 10 has caught it. People from the age of 10-30 have a 1 in 5000 chance of dying if you get it. The third age category which is what I am have a 1 in 2500 chance of dying if I get it. Over the age of 80 you have a 1 in 6 chance of dying if you get it. 85% of the people who get infected are over the age of 60. They say that this disease spreads by age not public places. Everyone's Is panicking here we are the worst state on buying toilet paper. Restaurants are either doing takeout or drive through. Grocery stores and hospitals are open with limited hours. Everything else is closed. There mobilizing the national guard to help unload trucks. 

Just to let you know the bird flu in the early 1900s killed 25000000 in sixth months in a world 1/8 the population it has now. I hear it is going to last until August. They might have found a cure or a vaccine. I'm doing fine.

Now is the time to buy stock everyone is selling. That way you can make a lot of money when this is over. Please send me money and toilet paper please.

on Mar 26, 2020

Hey everyone.

Michigan is shut down and things are slow in the house.

My wife was furloughed because she works for a non-profit that also runs gyms (YMCA).  Gyms are all closed . .. so she's not working.

I am working from home doing IT.  With everyone else working from home at the company, I'm staying busy.

The down-side is the company I work for supports car dealerships .. . . . and many of them are closed or struggling.  It makes for a nervous wife.

Otherwise, life is good.  It's startign to warm up so we can get outside the house more.

My kids in TX are healthy but concerned how unconcerned many people there are.  My kids in MI are doing OK.  School is cancelled and they are learning as best they can remotely.  The teachers are friggin' AMAZING.

Be safe and wash yoru hands!

on Mar 26, 2020

Got to the Blood Bank yesterday....they said there's been very little drop off of donors....appears if you're the type who helps then you do it no matter what.

I imagine an upside is....they're obviously gonna have to test for Corona along with HIV etc...so that's a plus.

[they won't find Corona.... I rarely drink the stuff....prefer Coopers]...

on Mar 26, 2020

Jeff T

I've been practicing social distancing for 40 years or more so not much changed for me.

My wife drove the couple of hundred and a half miles north to Seattle to set her cousin up with needed services. Her cousin had fallen a couple of times and was diagnosed with early onset dementia. My wife will come home next week, if possible.

The regular miseries of the world continue behind the spotlight of the current crisis.

May we all be blessed.

We in Yakima (Washington State) have 50 confirmed case, and only one death. I see that you are from Washington State as well, or did I read your message wrong Jeff?

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