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Enlightening...Cat fight just started here. Its over, and now hear my first Whipperwill .

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17 minutes ago, Jeff Matthews said:

So, it only cost you a bat and a jar of snake wine?


Sold!

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54 minutes ago, billybob said:

Thanks again,

Enlightening...Cat fight just started here. Its over, and now hear my first Whipperwill .

Fire ants got them here.  I haven't heard one for years, used to hear them all the time.

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29 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

Fire ants got them here.  I haven't heard one for years, used to hear them all the time.

Breaking curfew.

Cheers!

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16 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

Fire ants got them here.  I haven't heard one for years, used to hear them all the time.

Dang, I didn't know.

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7 hours ago, JBCODD said:

Thank God for small problems! 

As bad as that is it could have been much worse, that's good but hope you get feeling better. 

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7 hours ago, oldtimer said:

Rat worship?  I have just learned a new low of insanity.

There are people who would take that statement as a challenge. 

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2 hours ago, Woofers and Tweeters said:

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I laughed at first but then quickly realized that the future liability suites seems limitless. You made me come to work, I got infected at your store, you coughed on me...............

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Some speculation here. Sadly we are witnessing very strained critical care medicine. Considering the massive volume of patients being cared for I’d have to think that the level of care for them all suffers. When that comes to ventilator management this could be lethal. Technologically modern ventilators offer clinicians lots of flexibility in applications so they can choose the best clinical approach for individual cases. That requires time. Intensive care requires intensive work and intensive skills. That is not happening now. From this pandemic experience I hope that a new generation of mechanical ventilators can be developed - ones that use artificial intelligence. We understand the measured and derived medical data and we make decisions based on that data. Some of that can be automated. The ventilators can be upgraded to autonomously manage patients when caregivers are in short supply. Changes is patient status can be remotely reported calling clinicians back to a patient in distress. There are a number of prospective improvements possible for mechanical ventilators that will improve their efficacy and clinical efficiency. Hopefully there will never be a ‘next’ time. But we had better plan for one, and the sooner the better.

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Easy DIY face mask

 

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Use lower strength rubber bands or you will like Gollum

 

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1 hour ago, Randyh said:

how is your wife and mother in law doing ----

 

Thanks for asking.  They’re making the best of a very bad situation.  My mother-in-law has no appetite, and drinks very little.  She weighs less than 70 pounds.  

 

Nancy and her sister are helping each other to help their mother.  They are slipping her CBD in her applesauce, we’re waiting for her to devour a bag of Doritos and want to play euchre.

 

A palliative nurse is coming tomorrow.  We shall see.

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18 minutes ago, DizRotus said:

 

Thanks for asking.  They’re making the best of a very bad situation.  My mother-in-law has no appetite, and drinks very little.  She weighs less than 70 pounds.  

 

Nancy and her sister are helping each other to help their mother.  They are slipping her CBD in her applesauce, we’re waiting for her to devour a bag of Doritos and want to play euchre.

 

A palliative nurse is coming tomorrow.  We shall see.

I didn't know.  Prayers for your family!  

 

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You need a thread count of at least 600, folded over twice, and it needs to be somewhat fitted. It would capture roughly 55-65% of particulate. Mostly effective if a person is asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic - to protect others. 
 

What happened to the idiots and naysayers? Did they finally get a clue or are they dead. 

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On 3/10/2020 at 2:56 PM, CECAA850 said:

I haven't read anything yet that makes me think this is worse or more deadly than the common flu.  The average age of fatalities in the US for the Wuhan virus is 80 years old. 

It has been 128 times more deadly than the flu in Spain to date. Of course, except for the daily number of reported deaths, all the other stats are two weeks behind actual.

 

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16 hours ago, dtel said:

It's a thing, some parts of India I believe. 

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They’d have to worship or otherwise associate with stuffed toy rats here. No rats in Alberta, they are eliminated at our provincial borders. For a few million dollars we’ve saved hundreds of millions or billions in crop and other damage.

 

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@Dave A    just to get some of my posts direction off of Rudy's...

 

We have kids living less than a block from one of the hospitals on the north side of Metro Manila. Everyone is pretty nervous about it, especially my wife when worried about two sons and two grandsons.

 

Fortunately, they are in a good house and pretty secure.

 

Most of the family is in Culion, Palawan. The hospital on their island at the north end of Palawan was turn into a regional hospital, which means they aren't as isolated as some areas

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