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    Well I know I'm not as important as the pizza delivery guy but...just sayin'
    As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. PR 27:17

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    Costco employees still have a sense of humour at least!

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    We shall be fine men, we are ALL essential, to someone..
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    Listen, I don't know if that came out differently than it sounded to me and I don't quite get the reaction TC. All I meant was that the way things would have to be for them to tell businesses in my category to stay off the road would mean we've gone to a really bad place and me having to stay off the road is the least of our worries.
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    Look folks, time to back off and move to the back channel. Like a pizzing contest in a high wind, a little of the product gets on every one!
    JMHO
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    As most may know Washington State (where I live) had the first known cases of this horrible virus and the first deaths.

    I hope all can open this link:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/wh...ff/ar-BB11Ls27

    I honestly believe that by staying at home as much as possible and when we do go out that keeping a distance from others is the KEY to ending this panademic.

    For those who aren't in the USA, our states are divided into 'Counties' and I live in the city of Walla Walla in the county of Walla Walla. The population of the county is about 60,500 people.

    We are a farming community so the population is spread out a 'bit' but the city of Walla Walla is the hub of the county.

    Here's the latest update for the virus in our community/so far we have been Very Lucky!--

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    I hope all stay safe and take precautions.
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    A couple days ago they announced that they were going to close the liquor stores and the recreational pot stores in the city of Denver the following evening. The lines were so long that they realized that they were creating the very thing that they were trying to avoid, so they walked back the order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulFLUS View Post
    As a point of fact she was wearing a surgical mask and gloves and I only came close to her to take her CC and let her finger sign on my phone.
    I would hardly call wearing a mask while I was working on it a waste. An abundance of caution for me is not even to protect myself as much as to protect others. I have no choice but to interact with people and I don't always know who/when. It would be irresponsible for me to not take excessive precautions if for no other reason than to reassure my customers that I am doing so.

    Edit: I should also add that she had gotten out of her car just minutes before. It was still cool inside from the AC running (87° here today) so conceivably droplets could still have been airborne.
    You kept a logical cool head man. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure no judgment.
    Come along inside,We'll see if tea and buns can make the world a betterplace.~TheWind in the Willow~

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    Lets all remember here save for the grocery hoarding that makes it hard on everyone. Wear or don't wear a mask its up to you we shouldn't judge is all. we all know washing hands and distancing is key right now. Be as careful as you can do your best and be thankful for others who do the same. I got my work hall pass and I work in a condominium complex with many compromised immune systems about. We aren't wearing masks yet but I will if instructed, We've already locked off most of the common areas and I'm leaving packages at peoples doors to keep the contact down .It's about keeping yourself well to help keep your neighbor well.As long as I got enough tea and milk I'm good. PS Any of you guys who remember early on in the breakfast thread, Steel cut oats.meat and or veg of choice and you're eating for a while and its tasty and filling and versatile . But Doritos are nice sometimes too heh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightblade View Post
    ...As long as I got enough tea and milk I'm good...
    Beer I can live without if need be. Toilet paper is necessary but even that doesn't worry me too much. Running out of tea is an emergency.
    As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. PR 27:17

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    See even liquor stores! And some of y’all think I stock up to much bourbon!
    Even better advise, " don't impede on a 850# Harley with me aboard, then I don't care what your driving, my 10 takes care of it"

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