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  1. I wonder if now is a good time to ask. I have been using the Heos app on my Denon and Marantz AVR's in 2 seperate spaces for the past couple of years. I keep coming back to read about the Bluesound Node 2i as it continues to interest me. Can anyone with real life experience using both the Heos capable AVR's and the Bluesound devices tell me exactly why I could need/want/benefit from having both? P.S. I do not own any Apple products
  2. Watch the video. This guy has no problem wearing the mask. Heck he even gets his own hazmat suit and does quite well with it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmUNsaG5e6k Russia: Putin in full hazmat suit inspects hospital hosting coronavirus patients Totally opposite of this guy
  3. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2018/04/24/inside-the-secret-u-s-stockpile-meant-to-save-us-all-in-a-bioterror-attack/ An older video I found of the National Strategic Stockpile.
  4. I should put the competitors stamps on my envelopes too right? In my competitor mailbox?
  5. Nothing compared to... The U.S. Postal Service on Friday said its losses more than doubled to $4.5 billion in the quarter ending in March and warned the economic slowdown spurred by the spread of COVID-19 could severely hurt its finances over the next 18 months. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-postoffice/us-post-office-loss-doubles-as-it-warns-covid-19-will-hit-its-finances-idUSKBN22K1EO Imagine the lines at the local post office when mailbox deliveries stop. Remind me again, why do they deliver for Amazon at a loss? Not that it is the only thing driving their losses either.
  6. I found this https://www.npr.org/2020/05/08/852451652/seen-plandemic-we-take-a-close-look-at-the-viral-conspiracy-video-s-claims
  7. Rare look at stockpile handouts shows which states got ventilators, masks amid coronavirus. I really recommend all of you take a look. Your state is in there too. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/investigations/2020/04/10/rare-look-stockpile-shows-which-states-got-supplies-amid-covid/5126900002/ link to the data only portion https://infogram.com/national-stockpile-equipment-distribution-1h7j4dpnd37d4nr
  8. I am sure the Prez has a non-military private spot laid out, but the senior staff may not. Time for them to start shopping around for a new hangout? https://www.history.com/news/inside-the-governments-top-secret-doomsday-hideouts
  9. Not out at all. Willing to meet you in Montgomery, Alabama
  10. I have been sharing some pictures and answering some questions for some of you. I would be more than happy to continue doing so. Even more than that though, I would love to sell these to someone on the Forum. Buy now, make room later. Examples like this do not come often enough.
  11. News from 6 weeks ago that has been beat to death in this thread.
  12. And most areas in the U.S. that fit that description do not have the medical infrastructure to deal with even a small outbreak. Pandemic? Forget about it. They probably have like 1 or 2 ventilators. A relatively short supply of ppe. No supply of specialty drugs. Training? Not the best of the best in most of those places. Sure a few stay behind, but most bright young talent is sucked away by the lure of money and city life. So what happens to places like this when a pandemic hits hard and deep. Do the non-believers then run to their bunkers when their neighbors get it? What happens to the neighbors? Can you guarantee your neighbor does not go to the "big city" during the "grand reopening" and bring a present back with them to "hometown". We will see how it goes either way. We still have 18-24 months to go where we all get our chance at "immunity". Wait... actually that is when the cities will have immunity, and is when "small town" gets their turn. At least you have time to build a better bunker.
  13. Are we all f*(@#d now? https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/07/health/coronavirus-semen-china-health/index.html The new coronavirus can persist in men's semen even after they have begun to recover, a finding that raises the possibility the virus could be sexually transmitted, Chinese researchers said Thursday.
  14. We were talking about world leaders leading by example.
  15. Beijing's UN ambassador in Geneva said Wednesday that China will not invite international experts to investigate the source of the pandemic until after securing the "final victory" over the virus. Kind of reminds me of the Iraq response to nuclear inspections.
  16. Kind of like this guy https://time.com/5828743/mayo-clinic-pence-mask/
  17. You could try... X Æ A-12 It's trending
  18. Sorry, I have a correction. Actually Elon Musk can explain it @ .50
  19. We don't need the CDC anyway. https://apnews.com/7a00d5fba3249e573d2ead4bd323a4d4 Trump administration buries detailed CDC advice on reopening A senior CDC official confirmed to CNN that it was clear on Wednesday night that the White House was not going to implement their 17-page draft recommendation for reopening America -- after it asked for it.
  20. Good, were going to need some new recruits to man those new missiles we are sending over there. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-china-missiles-specialreport-us/special-report-u-s-rearms-to-nullify-chinas-missile-supremacy-idUSKBN22I1EQ
  21. Cool we are done with that now. On to population control then... Right?
  22. And your backup plan isn't working out either https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2020/04/22/sorry-earth-2-0-fans-theres-no-such-thing-as-an-earth-like-exoplanet/#67fff9ce1989
  23. https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/05/world/global-warming-climate-niche-temperatures-intl-hnk/index.html Billions of people could live in areas too hot for humans by 2070 Most of the world's population live in areas with a mean annual temperature of between 51.8 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit. A smaller band of between 68 to 77°F encompasses areas in South Asia that are affected by the Indian monsoon -- the annual rains that irrigates large swathes of cropland vital for food production. Humans have favored living in these conditions for the past 6,000 years -- that's despite recent technological advances such as air conditioning that have allowed us to push this boundary.
  24. You mean the largest ever ozone hole just days ago? https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/north-poles-largest-ever-ozone-hole-finally-closes/
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