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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Tucson Thump, Mar 3, 2020.
I keep guitars around for fire wood until spring.
fast food tacos: are these still safe?
$20 at Taco Bell is one of the healthiest meals out there ..... kind of
DTR’s tips to avoid the virus:
1) Wash your hands
2) Don't suck your thumb
3) Don't pick your nose
As long as no one with the virus sneezed or coughed on it.
(this only implies safety from the virus, and not safety from mad horse disease)
I can tell you listened to a lot of Gary Burbank when you were growing up
All things my son has no concept of.
So can I pick me nose as long as no one else sneezes over it!
We're fine. We technically live in Franklin, TN just south of Nashville.
My parents live in between east Nashville and Mt. Juliet where a bunch of houses were destroyed. They're fine with no damage but got pieces of other people's house in their yard.
My wife and I are currently stuck in traffic trying to get out of town to see her family and take our factory tour. We may be here a while.
So all kidding aside, and not from a position of fear, but it really is a good idea to have an emergency supply of important things for times like the virus and the tornadoes that are in the news. Have a 72 hour kit for things like the tornadoes and have about a 3 month supply of food, water, first aid, and fuel to make it past longer term problems. If you end up having to go mobile like in times of a flood, the 72 hour kit should be in a back pack and the preppers call it a Bug-out-kit. Sure give a person a feeling of calm when he knows he doesn't have to run to the store to get supplies like the majority do.
So you don’t stuff the virus you picked up from the bathroom sink into it?
Good to hear. Have fun! The factory tour is the sh!t.....safe travels.
NO! You can pick your nose as long as you wash your hands first and wear rubber rubber gloves. Pay attention! And no kissing!
The rubber gloves?!
for someone like me, with both of the 10-15% death risk factors, the chances of recovery come down to about 85%. That’s not very good, as far as I’m concerned.
If someone said to me, “Hey Les, you only have a 15% chance of this airplane crashing,” I wouldn’t get on it.
So yeah, I’m taking more precautions than most. After all, I have a McCarty on order, and need to live to see it!!
“So, um, Les, what precautions exactly are you taking?”
“I’m looking on Amazon for a Bubble to live in. Not seeing one yet, but not giving up.”
Interestingly, I have been spammed with bubbles the last two days. They are too small for me, my amp and my favourite guitars though.
Have you met my parents?
I‘m thinking a miserable death by plague might put more of a damper on my guitar fun than living in the bubble.
And no tongues!