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  1. Apparently, for some here, I need to include /s after my posts, just to help them. So, that would include Poptarts in the shape of a gun? Or, a pack of tissues? Or, a Blue t-shirt? ....asking for a friend.
  2. What about Tasers? I didn't see them on that list, and they are legal. Someone brings toasters to a rally? Do they bring a long extension cord, too?
  3. Guess what, nothing is 100%, but every little bit helps. If you're putting a mask on, you should be aware of WHY, and take precautions accordingly.... or, live like this:
  4. The biggest point with N95 or other masks are that it helps you prevent touching your mouth and nose with your hands, contaminating yourself. MANY of these viruses are passed/spread by hand contact on infected surfaces, then passed into your system through skin and mucous membranes (nose, eyes and mouth). That's why regular and frequent hand washing is the Number One way to stop the spread of diseases.
  5. SARS was a coronavirus, just like this one. The big difference I see is that SARS had a shorter incubation period of 2 - 7 days. Plus, SARS patient weren't contagious until the symptoms showed up. With this virus, the incubation period is double, up to 14 days, and patients are contagious days before symptoms show up. THIS IS THE BIG ISSUE and DIFFERENCE. and this is why it's tough to get real data from China (besides the fact that they lie). Everyone who has a sniffle, or maybe feels like they have a fever, or a cough, is running to the doctor or ER, totally swamping the system. Plus, it takes time for the samples to come back from the lab, verifying if the person actually tests positive or negative. In the mean time, these patients are all jambed in together in healthcare facilities, waiting to be seen and treated, breathing and spewing on each other. China's only choice is to lockdown and quarantine all areas, and get people to self isolate for at least 14 days, to let this try to burn out, and stop the spread.
  6. I went on Amazon just for fun yesterday afternoon, and searched N95 masks. Nothing in stock, and most claiming delivery maybe in mid February... any that were available were selling at gouge prices already... and this is with 5 cases in the US.... Nothing IS wrong here regarding this virus, except TONS of hype and woo and speculation... The BIGGEST threat isn't the virus itself, but the ECONOMIC damage, by China, who is the 2nd largest economy in the world, shutting down all operations... This is what you need to fear!!!!
  7. I know, I was referring to Handyman's comment about falling 1000 feet, autorotation or not, hit the ground hard enough and you're dead. I don't think autorotation was a factor in this crash. I appears they might have flew into the mountain or ground at high speed. There have been situations where people die in autorotation crashes too..
  8. Isn't dead.... well dead? Does it matter how fast you're going when you hit the ground? Gravity ALWAYS wins.
  9. Only one I know for singles starts at 6 years old: https://speedraceway.com/locations/cinnaminson-track/ They can drive/steer the karts and if they can reach the pedals, work them too. But a adult has to be in with them in a double seater.
  10. Yep, all our vehicles do it too, I hate when someone cracks a back window.., or closing the back window that's causing it..
  11. Just to keep it in perspective: CDC estimates that, from October 1, 2019, through January 18, 2020, there have been: 1) 15,000,000 – 21,000,000 flu illnesses 2) 7,000,000 – 10,000,000 flu medical visits 3) 140,000 – 250,000 flu hospitalizations 4) 8,200 – 20,000 flu deaths https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/preliminary-in-season-estimates.htm ...and there's been NO quarantine or travel ban in the USA.... and life goes on like normal.... and we're halfway through the flu season.
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