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That was interesting watching that tortoise eating that fruit and vegetable turtle. Had to watch til it ate all the stuff it wanted...kinda make me hungry for some fruit...

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HOLY SHIT CAT!!!!

 

You know "Halloween" is my favorite movie off all time! Met Carpenter three times in my life!!!

 

Dude! This picture ALMOST steals my thunder. lol

 

So I have been telling all of my friends and family that I am going to wear one of my Michael Myers masks to a grocery store but with Speedo swimming goggles over the eye holes so the virus won't swim into my wet eyeballs! LOL!!

 

Could you imagine that?

 

Don't need to get arrested. lol

 

Incredible.

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3tfkw6.jpg

 

 

HOLY SHIT CAT!!!!

 

You know "Halloween" is my favorite movie off all time! Met Carpenter three times in my life!!!

 

Dude! This picture ALMOST steals my thunder. lol

 

So I have been telling all of my friends and family that I am going to wear one of my Michael Myers masks to a grocery store but with Speedo swimming goggles over the eye holes so the virus won't swim into my wet eyeballs! LOL!!

 

Could you imagine that?

 

Don't need to get arrested. lol

 

Incredible.

 

I wonder who the f**k it is in the picture?

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3tfkw6.jpg

 

 

HOLY SHIT CAT!!!!

 

You know "Halloween" is my favorite movie off all time! Met Carpenter three times in my life!!!

 

Dude! This picture ALMOST steals my thunder. lol

 

So I have been telling all of my friends and family that I am going to wear one of my Michael Myers masks to a grocery store but with Speedo swimming goggles over the eye holes so the virus won't swim into my wet eyeballs! LOL!!

 

Could you imagine that?

 

Don't need to get arrested. lol

 

Incredible.

 

I wonder who the f**k it is in the picture?

 

Not me. I’m wearing a different mask when I go to the shop

 

http://scontent.fkix2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/93052300_10163348053185176_4835580730832584704_n.jpg?_nc_cat=104&_nc_sid=85a577&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_ohc=D_Fr4xxt9EkAX9DoL5a&_nc_ht=scontent.fkix2-1.fna&_nc_tp=14&oh=ad1255e3ec1f9422e23c4d729bc76064&oe=5EBD8749

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hello! i got tested on the 30th (the test was AWFUL, they gotta shove a q-tip all the way to the back of your throat!) and my test came back negative which means i was able to work last night!!!!! finally!
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hello! i got tested on the 30th (the test was AWFUL, they gotta shove a q-tip all the way to the back of your throat!) and my test came back negative which means i was able to work last night!!!!! finally!

Great news!

 

You must be so relieved.

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hello! i got tested on the 30th (the test was AWFUL, they gotta shove a q-tip all the way to the back of your throat!) and my test came back negative which means i was able to work last night!!!!! finally!

Great news!

 

You must be so relieved.

i am! and even though i don't like my job, i'm thankful that i still have one and i'm able to go back to it now.
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3tfkw6.jpg

 

 

HOLY SHIT CAT!!!!

 

You know "Halloween" is my favorite movie off all time! Met Carpenter three times in my life!!!

 

Dude! This picture ALMOST steals my thunder. lol

 

So I have been telling all of my friends and family that I am going to wear one of my Michael Myers masks to a grocery store but with Speedo swimming goggles over the eye holes so the virus won't swim into my wet eyeballs! LOL!!

 

Could you imagine that?

 

Don't need to get arrested. lol

 

Incredible.

 

I wonder who the f**k it is in the picture?

 

Not me. I’m wearing a different mask when I go to the shop

 

http://scontent.fkix2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/93052300_10163348053185176_4835580730832584704_n.jpg?_nc_cat=104&_nc_sid=85a577&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_ohc=D_Fr4xxt9EkAX9DoL5a&_nc_ht=scontent.fkix2-1.fna&_nc_tp=14&oh=ad1255e3ec1f9422e23c4d729bc76064&oe=5EBD8749

 

 

Epic Shit.

 

I can't wait to watch "Halloween Kills"in my home around Halloween when we are still do social distancing. I don't care. Can't wait for the sequel.

 

You can find me wearing my Hellraiser Pinhead mask with Speedo swimming goggles around my eyes. lol

 

Clive Barker Rules too.

 

I might be the guy wearing a hockey mask with Speedo googles covering my eyes.

 

Kruger?

 

You never know.

 

 

I will be watching "Sleepaway Camp" soon. Scary times.

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hello! i got tested on the 30th (the test was AWFUL, they gotta shove a q-tip all the way to the back of your throat!) and my test came back negative which means i was able to work last night!!!!! finally!

 

Great news!

 

The entire 2020 year is shut down.

 

Hoping for a wonderful New Year's!! 2021.12

 

PLEASE!!!!! Even with social distancing and amazing hygiene. Let's hope.

 

I'm glad I'm a germaphobe.

 

Been stocking up on hand sanitizer for years. lol

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hello! i got tested on the 30th (the test was AWFUL, they gotta shove a q-tip all the way to the back of your throat!) and my test came back negative which means i was able to work last night!!!!! finally!

 

Great news!

 

The entire 2020 year is shut down.

 

Hoping for a wonderful New Year's!! 2021.12

 

PLEASE!!!!! Even with social distancing and amazing hygiene. Let's hope.

 

I'm glad I'm a germaphobe.

 

Been stocking up on hand sanitizer for years. lol

 

Do you use the sanitizer at home or do you just take some with you when you go out?

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If it's in US, we won't know . . . still very little testing!

 

There's over 4000 confirmed cases in 49 states. It's definitely here and certainly should be a concern but it's not time for a full on panic yet. They're taking the proper measures I believe in the limitations they've made in my state when it comes to big get togethers. It's gonna be different for a while but we'll get back to some normalcy soon enough.

 

I think people are overreacting over here actually. At least it doesn't make total sense why everything's shutting down indefinitely for this one, but Swine Flu and Bird Flu and Sars and Ebola and ever other major health scare of the past 20 years didn't have half this effect. But oh well, people overreacting is probably what will keep the US from winding up like China in this mess...

 

Most of us do not have to worry but the elderly and sick people do. We have to quarantine ourselves so it does not keep spreading and infecting them. When people first started dying in Seattle they said 24 people had died but 18 of them were from the same Nursing home.

 

That is what people don't get, anyone can be a carrier without symptoms and then they spread it around to others. The flattening the curve effect is to keep the numbers down so our hospitals won't be overrun. That's why we needed our government to pay attention and not blow if off like it was nothing. We are fighting against a wave that started weeks ago but we just didn't know it because of the lack of testing capability. This isn't something we can just ignore, we are all in it together. This is uncharted territory and we need to work together or we sink together.

 

As for the comment that Ebola wasn't as bad, that is completely wrong. It killed 50 percent of the people who got it. We also had a Pandemic Task Force that went to West Africa to help fight the disease there.

 

In March 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported an outbreak of Ebola virus disease in the West African country of Guinea. Additional cases have since been reported in the countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone, as well as Nigeria and Senegal. To date, there have been more than 22,500 reported Ebola cases in West Africa, with more than 8,900 deaths. At home, U.S. medical teams have treated 12 Ebola patients — all but two recovered.

 

Since the start of the outbreak, the United States has sent more than 3,000 DOD, CDC, USAID, and other U.S. health officials to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea to assist with response efforts, as part of a 10,000-person U.S.-backed civilian response. With their help, the U.S. government has:

  • Constructed 15 Ebola treatment units in the region
  • Provided more than 400 metric tons of personal protective equipment and other medical and relief supplies
  • Operated more than 190 burial teams in the region
  • Conducted aggressive contact tracing to identify chains of transmission
  • Trained health care workers and conducted community outreach
  • Worked with international partners to identify travelers who may have Ebola before they leave the region

Thanks to their efforts, and the work of countless others from around the world, the number of people who are contracting Ebola has declined sharply from peak levels.

 

So what have we done this time? Pretend it doesn't exist, wish it away despite the evidence of massive deaths. Let large numbers of Chinese come to the U.S. BEFORE we closed our borders. By then it was too late. Maybe our Pandemic Task Force could have helped go to China to see what was going on and help but oh yeah someone canned the whole group in 2018. We have been put at risk by bungling and fumbling from the get go. Test kits made here in U.S.were defective, we could have had free tests given to us by the WHO but no we couldn't do that. So they try to get test kits to Americans but it is 3 weeks since they promised 1 Million would be made available. People are dying because of this inept response. People are scared because they can't trust the government to do its job professionally and in a timely manner. So it has been left to the local Mayors, Governors and their health departments to fix it but it is too big for them to do alone. This is why some people are panicking and buying everything in sight, it gives them some sense of control but of course it doesn't really help. People who really need food can't get it because the crazies have bought it all up.

Yes, I am upset and I am doing all I can to be careful and look out for those I can but I don't understand all the denial that this is no big deal, it has the potential to cause millions of deaths. I just hope that is wrong but better to err on the side of caution.

Boy it's obvious where you get your "news" from and worse yet believe it. Enjoy...

 

please tell us where you get your news from?

 

we are all still waiting for your reply.

 

i asked nicely too.

I am sure for the most part you can guess. The media enjoys hype and eyeballs and power. After what I have witnessed the past 12 years or so I can't believe anything they say. As I said enjoy the hype while I get on with my life...

 

The more you don’t answer the simple question, the more confusing it is. If the news source you follow is as legit and trustworthy as you believe, then why wouldn’t you be willing to tell others what source that is. Wouldn’t sharing a news outlet with “correct” information be the way to go? I don’t get the big secret about that.

 

P.S. I haven’t lived in the U.S. for well over a decade so I’m not even exactly sure which sources are considered reputable or not.

 

 

Signed,

Confused & Not Judging

 

Maybe he got it from Goop. :huh:

 

https://www.thedaily...us-conspiracies

 

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"And that's how you make your vagina smell like candles! Now let's talk about skin tags."

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If it's in US, we won't know . . . still very little testing!

 

There's over 4000 confirmed cases in 49 states. It's definitely here and certainly should be a concern but it's not time for a full on panic yet. They're taking the proper measures I believe in the limitations they've made in my state when it comes to big get togethers. It's gonna be different for a while but we'll get back to some normalcy soon enough.

 

I think people are overreacting over here actually. At least it doesn't make total sense why everything's shutting down indefinitely for this one, but Swine Flu and Bird Flu and Sars and Ebola and ever other major health scare of the past 20 years didn't have half this effect. But oh well, people overreacting is probably what will keep the US from winding up like China in this mess...

 

Most of us do not have to worry but the elderly and sick people do. We have to quarantine ourselves so it does not keep spreading and infecting them. When people first started dying in Seattle they said 24 people had died but 18 of them were from the same Nursing home.

 

That is what people don't get, anyone can be a carrier without symptoms and then they spread it around to others. The flattening the curve effect is to keep the numbers down so our hospitals won't be overrun. That's why we needed our government to pay attention and not blow if off like it was nothing. We are fighting against a wave that started weeks ago but we just didn't know it because of the lack of testing capability. This isn't something we can just ignore, we are all in it together. This is uncharted territory and we need to work together or we sink together.

 

As for the comment that Ebola wasn't as bad, that is completely wrong. It killed 50 percent of the people who got it. We also had a Pandemic Task Force that went to West Africa to help fight the disease there.

 

In March 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported an outbreak of Ebola virus disease in the West African country of Guinea. Additional cases have since been reported in the countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone, as well as Nigeria and Senegal. To date, there have been more than 22,500 reported Ebola cases in West Africa, with more than 8,900 deaths. At home, U.S. medical teams have treated 12 Ebola patients — all but two recovered.

 

Since the start of the outbreak, the United States has sent more than 3,000 DOD, CDC, USAID, and other U.S. health officials to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea to assist with response efforts, as part of a 10,000-person U.S.-backed civilian response. With their help, the U.S. government has:

  • Constructed 15 Ebola treatment units in the region
  • Provided more than 400 metric tons of personal protective equipment and other medical and relief supplies
  • Operated more than 190 burial teams in the region
  • Conducted aggressive contact tracing to identify chains of transmission
  • Trained health care workers and conducted community outreach
  • Worked with international partners to identify travelers who may have Ebola before they leave the region

Thanks to their efforts, and the work of countless others from around the world, the number of people who are contracting Ebola has declined sharply from peak levels.

 

So what have we done this time? Pretend it doesn't exist, wish it away despite the evidence of massive deaths. Let large numbers of Chinese come to the U.S. BEFORE we closed our borders. By then it was too late. Maybe our Pandemic Task Force could have helped go to China to see what was going on and help but oh yeah someone canned the whole group in 2018. We have been put at risk by bungling and fumbling from the get go. Test kits made here in U.S.were defective, we could have had free tests given to us by the WHO but no we couldn't do that. So they try to get test kits to Americans but it is 3 weeks since they promised 1 Million would be made available. People are dying because of this inept response. People are scared because they can't trust the government to do its job professionally and in a timely manner. So it has been left to the local Mayors, Governors and their health departments to fix it but it is too big for them to do alone. This is why some people are panicking and buying everything in sight, it gives them some sense of control but of course it doesn't really help. People who really need food can't get it because the crazies have bought it all up.

Yes, I am upset and I am doing all I can to be careful and look out for those I can but I don't understand all the denial that this is no big deal, it has the potential to cause millions of deaths. I just hope that is wrong but better to err on the side of caution.

Boy it's obvious where you get your "news" from and worse yet believe it. Enjoy...

 

please tell us where you get your news from?

 

we are all still waiting for your reply.

 

i asked nicely too.

I am sure for the most part you can guess. The media enjoys hype and eyeballs and power. After what I have witnessed the past 12 years or so I can't believe anything they say. As I said enjoy the hype while I get on with my life...

 

The more you don’t answer the simple question, the more confusing it is. If the news source you follow is as legit and trustworthy as you believe, then why wouldn’t you be willing to tell others what source that is. Wouldn’t sharing a news outlet with “correct” information be the way to go? I don’t get the big secret about that.

 

P.S. I haven’t lived in the U.S. for well over a decade so I’m not even exactly sure which sources are considered reputable or not.

 

 

Signed,

Confused & Not Judging

 

Maybe he got it from Goop. :huh:

 

https://www.thedaily...us-conspiracies

 

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"And that's how you make your vagina smell like candles! Now let's talk about skin tags."

that's the secret of her 'Jade Egg', which is basically a rock that women stick in their gender specific organ.

 

Someone at her company probably came to Gwenyth....wait, wait, wait <laughing> I got this great idea for a product you'll never believe :rfl: :rfl: :rfl: ...it's a pet rock....for your hooch.

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Got your stimulus check yet? If not, this will put you in a good mood. :facepalm:

 

https://www.cnbc.com...ead-people.html

 

This is a good thing. Can help pay off some of the estate's debt. That's sort of economic stimulation, isn't it ?

 

Start me up.... you make a dead man....

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