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Update from Mare by way of Leon

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193 Comments

  1. late is better than never!

  2. Excellent post Leon. I though you were blind?

  3. leon blind? there’s a joke in there somewhere.

  4. I’m limited today. Took sudafed and baby aspirin. We’ll see if that helps any. Wife told me to just mist my face with flo-nase.

  5. Leon bait. Apparently quantum mechanics is justification for transgenderism.

    Quantum Mechanics: Not even once.

  6. This is the crowd that loves science sexually. They don’t do it or understand it at all, but they love it.

    Also that hypothesis has the advantage over string theory in that it’s testable. It’s false and utter bullshit, but it’s at least a testable proposition. I move that we make the tranny the head of theoretical physics at Harvard.

  7. When did physics change? IIRC they just discover more of what is already going on, and we didn’t quite understand it.

    Kinda like God.

  8. I think the head of theoretical physics at Harvard IS a tranny. Or a differential, anyway.

  9. See how I shifted gears :)

  10. Automatically

  11. I’m good in a clutch

  12. Jay, QM and GR have… conflicts. All the String Theory, Dark Matter/Dark Energy, “crisis in cosmology”, etc all stem from that inherent conflict, trying to reconcile the two models.

  13. Who in the fuck? Where am I?

  14. The real problem is that GR has to be “true” or GPS wouldn’t work at all, but QM is literally the most tested theory ever at this point. Gets confirmed every day at high energy labs like Argonne. So there’s a problem, we’re seriously, seriously wrong about physics somewhere between the two, and no one is certain where exactly.

  15. Eric Weinstein is a pretty good resource on this. He’s been working on it but basically states that his math isn’t taken seriously because he doesn’t have a PhD in physics.

    He also said that basically nothing new has been achieved in physics for almost 70 years. It’s all just test and retest and protect the work.

    Dunno. I’m not smart enough for that stuff.

  16. Can’t we just talk about Mare’s new diet?

  17. Yeah, the “work” in physics these days appears to boil down to “build a big accelerator and shoot stuff with particles, then write papers about the scatter patterns”.

    I’m not holding my breath for an artificial gravity equation any time soon.

  18. I’m a little teapot.

  19. Grant Imahara of Mythbusters died?

  20. Or is Mare taking farmasewdickels?

  21. Comment by Hotspur on July 14, 2020 9:19 am
    Or is Mare taking farmasewdickels?

    Anyone else read that as “Or is Mare taking farm weasel dicks?”

  22. The latest Dresden novel is out, and should be delivered today. I may just take tomorrow off.

  23. Yeah, the “work” in physics these days appears to boil down to “build a big accelerator and shoot stuff with particles, then write papers about the scatter patterns”.

    In fairness, there’s nothing wrong with any of this.

  24. https://tinyurl.com/y9plhmxz

    “Motorcyclists use caution”

  25. No, there’s nothing “wrong” with it, but it hasn’t really given us anything but a lot of jobs in physics and a lot of papers about things that are often on the order of statistical anomaly. If we DO learn anything new, it’s very possible that one of the big accelerators will be where we learn it, but right now we’ve been in the “adding digits to constants” phase, and have been for decades.

    I’m results oriented and would be frustrated as hell in that ensemble.

  26. I LOVE the kamala Harris meme.

  27. Fair point. I just meant that who doesn’t want to get paid to shot shit at other shit?

  28. Cosmology isn’t much better off. Without getting too deep in the weeds and bringing the Righteous Wrath of Roamy down on me, there are serious disagreements about the value of a certain constant that has implications on…well a lot of stuff, including how much “dark energy/matter” there is (frankly that’s a fudge factor if ever there was) and possibly how old the universe actually is. It should come as no shock that the main problem is that the standard models (those damn things…) and experimental/observational data disagree by quite a large margin…

    TL;DR – Physics is fucked.

  29. I toured Argonne once. I’d have a hard time turning down a job there, I admit, but that’s an x-ray source, not an accelerator. They do a lot of cool materials science experiments, and have a bunch of labs surrounding the source that get leased out by institutions and industry.

    And giant tricycles to ride around the loop. That’s the real appeal of it.

    Giant. Tricycles.

  30. The last new “physics” that engineers could make actual use of gave us new types of LEDs, IIRC. Pretty much we got a bunch of spiffy TVs. Most of the “innovation” is just new ways to drain money out of folks’ wallets these days. It’s pathetic and disgusting.

  31. Also! Why the hell does the WMAP “map of the cosmos” image always look like it centers on a messed up render of the Americas? Is it my brain or our cosmology that’s a flaming heap? (Granted it’s probably both.)

  32. White-light LEDs were kind of a big deal for industry, not just TVs, so there’s that.

  33. Since you asked…I have been 100% adherent to my dietary restrictions. No dairy, no keto treats, no alcohol, clean keto.

    This is day 24 and I cannot believe how little weight I’ve lost. I’d like to think a little redistributing is going on. My size 6’s fit well but I want to see the scale go down just for the satisfaction of it. Ohhh, that sounded so dirty.

    Also, because of the COVID scam, my motivation has been eliminated for a while and now it’s harder than ever (ohhhh dirty again) to continue my 40-day crackdown. But I will persevere.

    For the record, F*CK politicians who are using COVID for bullshit purposes. And for dumbasses who let fear win over the rational mind.

  34. I don’t do cosmology. For one, I don’t have a Ph.D., and the people involved are terrible snobs. Also, they forgave a lot of materials mistakes on the Alpha Mass Spectrometer on ISS because it was a Nobel laureate doing it. Thanks a lot for outgassing on all the other science around you. **fart noise**

  35. Regarding the article I linked, more and more I think that we’d be better off if we drafted politicians rather than elected them. Random lottery, you’re required to serve a term. We have created a political class which is very good at getting elected/hired to their jobs, but terrible at actually doing those same jobs.

  36. My actual goal was to see JUST A BIT of the abs I’ve been working on but the body fat % necessary to see even a bit is at a level that is, at my age, a challenge. Based on pictures of women’s body fat % I’d say somewhere around 20%.

    I wish I had a DEXA scan to compare.

    CAULK!

  37. hahaahahahahaha

    I enjoy representing the dumb people here. You’re welcome.

  38. I’ve plateaued and seem to be swinging between 216 and 220.

    I did something to my back years ago that has always bothered me a bit, but lately has gotten worse. The doc had my back x-ray’d a couple years ago and didn’t see anything, but I may have to insist on another look soon. In the meanwhile, I’ve stopped barbell lifts, except for deadlifts, and switched to dumbbells for squats and presses.

  39. Alex, didn’t you just lose some weight?

  40. Mare, I’m down from 240-245 to my current weight.

  41. hahahahaha…PD.

    Well done, Alex.

  42. Alex, can we pair lottery offices with the spoils system? I want the career bureaucrats to either get fired or beg for their jobs every few years. A bewildered new office holder would be at their mercy otherwise.

  43. Yes. Heck, I’d go so far as to draft bureaucrats as well. Sorry, gotta put your life on hold and work in the Department of Small Animal Husbandry for two years.

    People would be a lot more vocal about government expansion if there was the risk that it would personally affect them.

  44. St Christopher was from the dog-headed people. Truth.

  45. Looking closely, that’s actually a St Christopher icon on the right.

  46. I think it’s most likely that there was a tribe with a very high incidence of hypertrichosis selected for by a particular climate or other circumstances, that eventually bred out as they converted to Christianity and joined wider civilization.

  47. HA – liquid zoo.

  48. First Reformed Orthodox Church of Jesus Christ, Furry?

  49. Comment by Brother Tim on July 14, 2020 10:41 am
    First Reformed Orthodox Church of Jesus Christ, Furry?

    1872, or 1895 Synod?

  50. For further confusion, the Dominicans are literally “the hounds of God”.

  51. Based on pictures of women’s body fat % I’d say somewhere around 20%.

    I’m somewhere more than that. A soft, quivering, blob of a great spot to rock grandchildren to sleep on but I am being denied my rights because my kids must hate me.

  52. Might make a good novel: werewolves as the descendants of the last tribes of dog-men, originally created as a possible companion to Adam but rejected in favor of Eve, who lived in Central Asia and Eastern Europe and forced the Sea People south and west into conflict with the bronze-age civilizations. After their conversion to Christianity, the last tribes slowly integrated into civilization, with lycanthropy as a residual effect.

  53. I did something to my back years ago that has always bothered me a bit, but lately has gotten worse
    ——————————————–

    Co-al,

    Have you tried an inversion table? My back has finally joined my knees and ankles in deterioration in service to my country and I started seeing a chiropractor. I hate doing new agey crap, and I’m not sure what science chiropractic medicine is based on, but it seems all speculation to me. There are far too many chakra posters and essential oils offerings at most chiropractor offices for me to believe at a logical level that it is science much above faith healings. But it worked! Back felt better, but needed some maintenance every couple weeks. Anyway, I ran across a good inversion table at a really nice price and thought I’d give it a shot. I use it 2-3x per week, and haven’t been back to the chiropractor for over 3 months and no more pain.

    Tl;dr… Try tipping yourself upside down once in a while and see if that helps your back.

  54. There may not be ‘the guinea pigs of God’ in Catholicism, but if you go to Peru, you can have a shaman of some sort give you a guinea pig treatment to ward off the evil spirits (not talking about eating them where restaurants leave the heads on – wtf). Don’t knock it until you try it. After an awful day at work, spending time with my babies made all the bad juju go away.

  55. Quetzalcoatlus

    Srsly, how many critters can that thing shishkabob with it’s beak?

  56. St Jude, I’ve thought of that, I just don’t have the equipment or space. It may be worth it to try to find both, however.

  57. I’d read it. Modern pop fiction always pit werewolves against vampires, but they drop all real reference to the Church or even history. It’d be nice to see a “werewolves are cursed with lycanthropy, but God guides the wolf if the man is in a state of grace” vs vampires as witting or unwitting agents of Satan in the antagonist role. John C. Wright has made the point on a few occasions that everything about the traditional vampire myth as embodied in Dracula is a satanic inversion or parody of Catholic practice and God’s plan for the human person.

  58. So BIL was supposed to come over and spend time with MIL. He calls and SIL’s coworker’s husband is confirmed covid as of yesterday….while coworker is still allowed to go into work. Her profession is OP.
    Think he’s still coming but will sit out on the patio. Not sure how long since it’s another Africa hot day.

  59. Along other lines, you may have heard of “gigantopithecus”, even seen depictions of it, heard it talked about as extinct primate species that wasn’t an ancestor of man but existed alongside early hominids.

    One tooth. One fucking tooth. That’s it. The whole species, a pile of publications and art depicting this thing in its supposed habitat.

    One tooth. That might just be a macrotooth of some already-known species.

  60. At least one Italian tradition had a sort of werewolf which was empowered by God to do battle with witches (benendanti, was it?) so it’s not like “divine werewolves” would be a new thing.

  61. I’ve thought of that, I just don’t have the equipment or space. It may be worth it to try to find both, however.
    —————————————-

    Co-al,

    I spent some time in Europe, and many of the nicer fitness centers had inversion tables in them. I’m not sure if that is the same CONUS, since I have access to employer owned fitness equipment, so I don’t generally go to the ones you pay for.
    Maybe when the Rona let’s up and our benevolent overlords graciously allow us to go back out in public, you might be able to find a facility in you AO that has something one.

  62. Also, IIRC q. northropi (yes, the damn things are named for an Aztec god and an aircraft manufacturer) was thought to be rather stork-like in eating and hunting.

    I like the ARK version better, personally.

  63. Alex, have you tried hanging from a pull-up bar? It’s more work for your hands, but I found that helped a lot with de-compressing my spine after deads/squats. Maybe add a dip belt for extra tension.

  64. The media has tapped into a weird fear and has exploited it.

    Short story: A friend was out to breakfast with a couple of buddies which he does regularly. His wife called and asked where he was. He said at breakfast with friends. She said “what?? they’re not supposed to be open!” 15 minutes later the police come into the restaurant and shut it down. When he got home he said, “please tell me it wasn’t you who called the police?” She answered, “You were putting MY life at risk!!”

    They are getting a divorce. She is insane and this is just one example but this fear is nuts.

    COVID has exposed some weird fear of the unseeable that people have just lost their minds over. So irrational.

  65. I like my inversion table also.

  66. I am being denied my rights because my kids must hate me.
    Are they worried about you getting covid?

  67. Modern pop fiction always pit werewolves against vampires, but they drop all real reference to the Church or even history. It’d be nice to see a “werewolves are cursed with lycanthropy, but God guides the wolf if the man is in a state of grace” vs vampires as witting or unwitting agents of Satan in the antagonist role.

    Werewolves as the descendants of ancient dog-men who converted to Christianity and now serve the Church as soldiers fighting against the agents of Satan alongside human “knights” gifted with strength, endurance, and combat skills. Vampires are human sorcerers who become agents of Satan and are obsessed with blood for magical and life-extending powers. Their spells and rituals are often deliberate inversions of the Church rituals.

  68. Jude, the gyms here are open, but none have an inversion table. One thing I miss about the Army is the availability of a decent gym. Hopefully I’ll either get a new job outside of Columbus, or I’ll be stuck here for another year but rent a house and have a bit more space.

  69. Alex, have you tried hanging from a pull-up bar? It’s more work for your hands, but I found that helped a lot with de-compressing my spine after deads/squats. Maybe add a dip belt for extra tension.

    I have, but I need to do it on a regular schedule and see if it helps.

  70. A bewildered and naked young man awakes. His last memories are of going out for a smoke at sunset the night before, then looking up to see the earliest hint of moonrise. Now he finds himself in tall grass bent flat near a forest. The disturbed patch of grass is much larger than he is, possibly big enough for a moose or bear to have bedded down.

    “Good morning” he hears a kind, male voice say. He turns to see a man dressed as some kind of wizard or Jedi, white flowing robes to his ankles, and one of those funny collars priests wear. “I brought some sweat pants and t-shirt. We need to talk.”

    “Who the fuck are you and what do we need to talk about!?” he almost shouts, panicked.

    “Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, dear boy. Oh, and about you being a werewolf, but honestly that really is a lot lower in the scale of things.”

  71. imagine if you were Adam, basically a mostly happy guy just hanging out in Paradise, and then God made Eve for you because he thought you looked lonely, but she was actually Gretchen Whitmer.

  72. Hotspur is writing the devil’s bible.

  73. Essentially none of us would be here because Adam would say, “God, God. I’m not fucking that.”

  74. Whitmer is in a league of her own.

  75. The “happy fault” would never have happened. Gretchen would have offered to share the fruit and Adam would have declined, knowing God’s command, then Gretchen would have tried to force it on him for his own good, and he’d have said LOLGFY and stayed in Eden with his dog.

  76. Imagine it was Hillary.

    Yuck.

  77. Hello, Cialis.

    I’m gonna need a gross of your strongest stuff. Thanks.

  78. Eve: Eat this apple.
    Adam: No U

  79. Looks like I can never get a job at the Lincoln Project.

  80. As if.

  81. Who would donate to Bill Kristol. He’s a fat nobody grifter that will always be remembered for cruises and Iraq.

    Pass the shrimp! Toot toot!

  82. I’m not sure what science chiropractic medicine is based on, but it seems all speculation to me.
    ———–
    I had a couple of college classmates who, after failing to get into med school once, got accepted to Chiropractic school. I saw one of them ages ago when he was in Worcester for some business and we went to dinner. He was in practice in Chicago and seemed to like the gig of cracking backs. I see one every now and then and he does acupuncture and cracks backs. He is big into that Chinese herb / homeopathic crap which I think is mostly a placebo and money making scam. I tried finding a book that would explain chiropractic therapy once but gave up because I had other shit to do that was more important. If I had a sore back I’d go to a chiropractor before I went to a back surgeon though.

  83. Wait, so Whitmer is Lilith? That explains things.

  84. Everyone I know that’s used a chiropractor swears by it. I don’t know if it’s a question of correcting pinched nerves and such or what, but something seems to work for lots of people there.

  85. In college there was a Nautilus gym near campus that offered cheap memberships so I went there a few times a week. They had these boots that looked like metal ski boots with a curved hook on the end that you could clamp yourself into and maneuver yourself to hang off the pull up bar. I tried them out for shits and giggles because not many 18 year old kids actually have back pain. One older guy used them often and would hang for a long time. His beet red face concerned me.

  86. Grant Imahara of Mythbusters died?

    Brain aneurysm, first I heard of it. Very sad, liked him a lot.

  87. Tonight I shall summon some P-Funk on the YooToobs and listen. I should do it more often, would do my mind wonders.

  88. Be careful and buy quality, Colex. When I had my store I had a client who had one of those contraptions. It broke under him and he damaged a vertebra in his neck. He lived in a state of chronic pain and depression, and ballooned up to like 350 lbs.

    When I knew him before the accident, he was a trim athletic extremely handsome man always in a good mood. When I saw him quite a while after, I didn’t recognize him and it was hard not to gasp when it finally dawned on me who he was. I could have cried when he told me what happened to him. He was trying to sue the company that made the device and they were basically fucking around with him.

  89. Okay, the HQ thread has convinced me. I need to find a used copy of Icke’s book to read for giggles.

  90. What book is this?

  91. 54 boxes of books down 2 flights of stairs.

    2 hours 5 minutes.

  92. Based a brief perusal, they all seem to be about the same crap, Alex. Reptoids and government conspiracies, mainly.

    Did even better than a used copy, found a PDF of The Biggest Secret in about 15s flat.

  93. 54 boxes of books down 2 flights of stairs.
    sooo, ready for that gin and tonic?

  94. High humidity and lack of AC hurt my time.

    I bet I lost a few pounds.

    $180 tip made it all better.

  95. oooh that’s awesome they tip!!
    noice

  96. Tonic water has been out of stock at the stores here for months.

  97. Why? People guzzling quinine?

  98. I read something about tonic syrups for a G&T variation. No, I’ve never tried them. They look a little hipsterish, a little feyghey IYKWIM. Like something MJ has in his bar in other words.

    https://www.eater.com/drinks/2015/10/15/9471611/best-tonic-syrup

    Who knows, they’re probably great

  99. Why? People guzzling quinine?

    Bingo. Ever since Whitmer banned it, I haven’t seen it on the shelf, even in northern IN.

  100. Well, maybe you guys can switch to this? I’m just gonna put this here….
    https://metro.co.uk/2020/05/01/mum-drinks-sperm-smoothies-fight-off-coronavirus-12639469/

  101. Well MJ and Hotspur aren’t sick.

  102. 54 boxes of books down 2 flights of stairs.
    2 hours 5 minutes.

    We’ll want to know your time hauling them up to flights of stairs as well.

  103. Could one of you good people post in comments the last 2 pics in the media file? It shows the bullshit going on here in Florida.

  104. Two, not to. Dumbfuck.

  105. Chiropractor for back pain, yes, I would try. For ear infections, no. There was a mom at the daycare years ago, took the kids to the chiropractor for everything except pink eye.

  106. How are you feeling, Roamy?

  107. Added them to the tail of the poat, Mare.

    Everyone go look.

  108. I have heard anecdotally that people have swabbed solar panels at mid-day and gotten positives.

  109. Thank you, Leon.

    It’s what rational people know but it’s staggering the deceit and pain they are willing to inflict for political purposes.

  110. 100% positive cases? Sounds like a dem voting district, near a cemetary.

  111. Well MJ and Hotspur aren’t sick.

    well, isn’t that interesting…..

  112. swabbing a solar panel seems like an inhospitable environment for virus propogation.

  113. If we have to wear masks to prevent a single droplet of viral death from contacting grandma in the grocery store 2 aisles away, why do they need to drill into the depths of your sinuses to get a swab sample? Couldn’t you just drool on a slide?

  114. With the labs it probably just financial, with the implicit assumption that they’d never be caught. That or the “tests” are just rushed garbage.

  115. I’ve lost the thread on this but part of the reason, I believe, that we’re seeing lots and lots of Covid deaths, treatments, etc, is that hospitals know they’ll get paid super quick. And the insurance companies will be made whole by the government. Most cases are Medicare anyway.

    No one has an incentive to do anything but push through Covid related cases. Got covid? Then you were treated or died of covid, regardless of what really happened.

    It seems conspiracyish but it makes sense.

  116. You get federal funding for covid cases…why wouldn’t you push it? You’re not getting money for minor surgeries anymore, it’s gotta come from somewhere

  117. This article says yeah, more funding if medicare patients have covid…and then are very careful to say, but hospitals totally wouldn’t take advantage of that…noooooope, no way
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2020/04/24/fact-check-medicare-hospitals-paid-more-covid-19-patients-coronavirus/3000638001/

  118. MJ?

    https://tinyurl.com/ydg3ohzl

  119. from USA Today
    Our ruling: True

    We rate the claim that hospitals get paid more if patients are listed as COVID-19 and on ventilators as TRUE.

    Hospitals and doctors do get paid more for Medicare patients diagnosed with COVID-19 or if it’s considered presumed they have COVID-19 absent a laboratory-confirmed test, and three times more if the patients are placed on a ventilator to cover the cost of care and loss of business resulting from a shift in focus to treat COVID-19 cases.

    This higher allocation of funds has been made possible under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act through a Medicare 20% add-on to its regular payment for COVID-19 patients, as verified by USA TODAY through the American Hospital Association Special Bulletin on the topic.

  120. If we have to wear masks to prevent a single droplet of viral death from contacting grandma in the grocery store 2 aisles away, why do they need to drill into the depths of your sinuses to get a swab sample? Couldn’t you just drool on a slide?

    THIS. That test is brutal.

  121. Mare, I am doing okay, but I will confess that I overdid it yesterday and am paying the price today.

  122. Leon, get your flamethrower.

  123. I will confess that I overdid it yesterday and am paying the price today.
    Sometimes it’s just hard to sit still…….especially being a mom and a wife

  124. Great. So the Robot Ninja Hordes will soon be unleashed upon us all.

  125. Well that’s no good.

    I better get on that “EMP flash-bang” project I’ve been meaning to start.

  126. You should be working on an EMP flash-bang anyways, because it would be awesome. And with the coming chaos, useful.

  127. I like how the Girondists are now taking out the Jacobins.

    LOLGFY

    I’m sure they’ll all get together and train their fire back on us where it belongs. You know, the real enemy.

  128. I’m sure they’ll all get together and train their fire back on us where it belongs. You know, the real enemy.

    We need a short narcissist military genius to step up.

  129. I’ve got a live one. CODE 1. I have a LIVE ONE. Facedouche

  130. I’ve got a live one. CODE 1. I have a LIVE ONE. Facedouche

    Oh shit, I’m heading over!! WOOT!

  131. oooooooh, she mad

  132. oooh She called Carin
    Karen
    VICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!

  133. We need a short narcissist military genius to step up.

    I got 3/4. Good enough? Okay, 2/4.

  134. What are they discussing, PJM??

    I don’t do facedick. *cough*

  135. Given the usual suspects, I may start calling it FaceMask.

  136. does this hag sound catty or is it just me?
    Oh hi Karen! I’m glad to see you were thinking about me and using proper sources instead of blogs as references, what a step up I’m proud of you!

    I’m unsure of what point you were trying to make even tagging me in this post because it states in the copy and paste job that you did (must’ve been tedious work to do) that even though it’s below the epidemic threshold currently it’ll likely change as more death certificates are processed.
    So awesome the numbers that we have now show a decline it’s not going to last for long if the dummy’s continue to ignore the minimal safety procedures they can do to keep the numbers declining.
    In the mean time I’ll just continue to watch Karen and her side kick Cathy spewing nonsense, whining about everything the governor is trying to do and praising a president that is doing the bare minimum passing along the responsibility of this not current pandemic but most likely return to pandemic status. Karen and Cathy the super hero’s of the non pandemic, who knows more than the experts with a simple google search. We praise you! I don’t know if you’ll be up for the job though because super hero’s wear masks. 🤷‍♀️

  137. Karen is skewering her…it’s kinda tasty

  138. She seems a bit cuntish.

  139. Well, per CDC definition, it stopped being a pandemic a while ago, and just fell below “epidemic”, so she’s pretty much shit at current events.

  140. I wonder if she knows most superhero makes are worn on the eyes, and have holes.

  141. I wonder if SFMOMA will turn down the filthy lucre of white men from now on too

  142. Our See You Next Tuesday is requiring 14 day quarantine after leaving the state. Everyone I work with has been vacationing in AZ, TX, CO, or UT. TWAT Gov in NV is fucking the casinos. The bars. They are all hoping that Dopey Joe gets elected to bail them out.

  143. Karen at the Club whined that associates were wearing their masks below their noses. MSS scolded us instead of recommending pick up or curbside.

  144. 🤣🤣🤣MaryAnn doesn’t like pizza. I miss Ginger.

  145. We have a park changing commission. FM.

  146. PJM, I agree with Pendejo.

  147. But not with the “ kind of.”

  148. Orlando Health reported 9.4% positive tests. When they looked at the state database, it reported them as 98% positive.
    It ain’t the testers skewing the results…

  149. FloriDUH Health either has some insane staffers loading data, or they have some fields mixed up loading their database…

  150. Or they’re just lying for political gain.

  151. If they can fake a pandemic and get the government to shut down, they get a paid vacation.

  152. someone put the wrong column in a group by, chrisp

  153. OMG. Jimbro is a genius.

    Actually, scratch that, he’s a total moron (good kind).

    You know what would be pretty funny? Making sure that no charity or cultural establishment accepts money for rich white men. As long as we’re reducing people to their immutable characteristics, shouldn’t the Met or the NYC ballet, or Chicago opera decline donations from these terrible, terrible people?

  154. I reeeeeeeeeeally do not want a paid vacation. My house is completely gutted and being here is making me want to kill myself while dealing with the contractor not showing up
    So, please let me go to work

  155. Can’t you open up a homeschool, get some funding?

  156. I can’t believe no one listened to the song.

  157. My allergies got me a 12 day paid vacay. Dan wants me to lie. Masks are eligible for at least 4 confirmations if answered correctly.

  158. Can’t you open up a homeschool, get some funding?

    ooooh who? I wanna go! TEACH ME SUMPIN

  159. I don’t do facebook but I’d def read the responses to that post.

    I find it awesome that people expect 0 to be the number. As if, after this, people will no longer die.

    7500 people die every day in the US. I’d bet just about anything that the death rate in will be within a few percentage points of the norm this year.

    It always is, no matter what.

    Sorta like global temperature readings. For some reason a fluctuation of a few degrees over a hundred year span is indicative of something gone terribly wrong when it should be admired as goddam remarkable that the temperature of the THE PLANET hardly changes over time.

  160. I’ve got just under a month to try and get some certificates to get some instant not-bad spot bonuses from my company. Tempted to try, but a lot of “testing sites” are inaccessible at the moment.

  161. My allergies got me a 12 day paid vacay.

    That was also another thing that happened to me…I’m like, you guys……..I GET THIS EVERY…..FREAKING……YEAR!!!!!!!! You guys wouldn’t have thought twice about it last year

  162. 7500 people die every day in the US. I’d bet just about anything that the death rate in will be within a few percentage points of the norm this year.

    I’ve been making this point with anyone I talk to in real space. Once we’re back to a historically-normal death rate, no restriction make sense, just caution on the part of the vulnerable.

    Sort of like now.

  163. you should wear a mask, PJM

  164. Mask is making me sick. I call out. Have to use PTO. Get sent home…PAID

  165. Can’t wear one. Poison ivy on my face.

    Medical condition. Bite my hairy white ass.

  166. leon makes Gov Whitmer sad.

  167. Oso, I got a bunch of them. Do you need more?

  168. Are your sure it’s poison ivy?

    It could be face herpes.

  169. Shouldn’t buy masks from a leper colony.

  170. Scott, I’m loving my gaiters. Thanks.

  171. now even Dirty Jobs is preaching masks at me.

  172. Dan hates Hamilton. I explain the history. He doesn’t care. I married a racist.

  173. I won’t watch it, oso, after the Pence BS.

  174. Tuberville curb-stomped Sessions. Not even close.

  175. Good.

  176. Ffs… What a day. Hey, loaded nachos for dinner is totes keto, right? If I chase it with vodka?

    I’m gonna go with yes.

  177. If you chase it with vodka, it’s crossfit.

    You must tell everyone.

  178. Crossfit? Shit… Forgive me father for I have sinned…

  179. Ooof.

    https://tinyurl.com/ybeldt9f

  180. ooh I have been eating THE most amazing Keto coffee ice cream right now
    Only 580 calories for this pint
    trying really hard not to consume the enti…..crap, too late

  181. Ooof.

    welp, someone is gonna need a chiropractic appt

  182. Last big time fb coach to serve in the senate. Go.

  183. Pepe,
    That kid was probably paralyzed, or dead.
    Cervical displacement was massive…

  184. Last big time fb coach to serve in the senate. Go.

    Honestly? I didn’t know facebook had coaches

  185. Cervical displacement was massive…
    Yeah, at first I thought it was going to be a joke gif where his head flew off because it went so far forward….nooope. dang

  186. Dirk endangered Rowena’s parakeets.


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