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Bosco-d-gama last won the day on September 25 2023

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  1. Sometimes the headwaters provide hydration for crops and growth, other times it causes floods. Stopping the flow at the headwaters kills everything downstream and allows for nothing. You’re stopping journalism from sources like The Wall Street Journal and accurate reporting on covid19 issues you do not grasp. You are not moderating. You are censoring and you are doing it blindly. It may be simpler for you personally but at the cost of engaging/informing others. This is why the forums have become so anemic. So called moderation has bled them to pale ABC123 discourse and jokes.
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    I read that flight requires very high blade RPMs for that little chopper. It’ll be interesting.
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    Big Cold

    Been occupied selling the house. Sorry to hear about everyone’s problems. Hope everyone is okay. Sold the house in less than a day. Have til 3/30 to get moved and have lots to do..... and it is still winter here too but nothing like the Midwest. Be safe and take no chances.
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    Sounds ‘revolution - ary’.....
  5. What a perfect example of the systemic problems with covid19. The people who know the least about medicine are the ones deciding what is right or wrong about how to manage and discuss the issues surrounding this disease. It is sad everywhere it happens.
  6. Very much agree with this article. A certain [Off topic]
  7. I figured knives out. It is not so much the knife it is keeping the knife insanely sharp. That’s what we want in a knife. So I have some modestly expensive knives and knives I bought from the Tuesday Morning discount cutlery rack. And I keep them all razor sharp. I do have whet stones and I do use a razor strop with polishing compound. Once sharp I keep them sharp with good use habits. Maybe once a year I will get out all the sharpening toys and deal with any duller knives. Though I have more than a dozen knives ready to use - I use only 2 or 3 regularly. A 3 inch paring knife and santuko blades are the go-to knives for most purposes. And because they are sharp they cut easy and because they cut easy they cut safely. I do not have any hugely expensive knives and I cannot see where any knife regardless of cost could be better than what I own. In fact your old knives just might be salvageable.
  8. Interesting that the [Off topic No porcelain, China or Ansley. No WHO,.Elton John,.or Supertramp. Start a new thread, it doesn't have anything to do with topic of this thread, which is extreamly narrow for good reason.]
  9. Life after we get vaccinated........... https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2021/02/after-you-get-covid-19-vaccine-what-can-you-do-safely/
  10. This work needs to be expanded. The research was conducted on a study group consisting of healthcare workers at Mount Sinai and the results reported seem to be conclusive enough. But the study group did not include enough of those most vulnerable to covid19, the elderly. It is nice to know we can have ways to early diagnose covid19 but ideally it will be efficacious across all age groups.
  11. Here’s some interesting covid19 trivia...........🤓 https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-maths-idUSKBN2AA1B6
  12. Sadly pretty much everything is too controversial for the forums. Can’t talk about the weather for fear of a global warming debate. Can’t discuss anything about vaccines or China or how covid19 is or was managed. Nada on anything from any state capital, the homeless, the rioters, Washington DC, etc..... and so forth. The country/world is boiling over with ‘issues’ of a sensitive nature. Even the dancers at halftime were in stitches. But I am privileged to have a new grandson intend to move to be close to the family...... if I survive covid19.
  13. Sounds like it’s time for a stair lift. Bummer for the both of you..... and the fur critter. Hope all of you get back to normal ASAP.
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    Sometimes ya just gotta wonder..................... https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/woman-styles-hair-gorilla-glue-trip-to-hospital
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