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After skimming through mindless arguments here's my 2 cents:

People are losing sight of the entire reason for lockdowns in the first place....to PREVENT OVERWHELMING OF THE HOSPITALS. Lockdowns are NOT to defeat the virus.

Now for my humble opinion. Lockdowns do not work. Period. As soon as they are lifted people act like they've been in prison for years and act like idiots. Thus the reason for spikes again after the lockdown is lifted. Even though I'm in the medical profession and will get my ass kicked, I'm ready to let it burn. Those who will take precautions will and those who won't, won't. I'll see some of the latter in the hospital, but it many are doing well with the treatments we have now.

Every single one of my friends and coworkers from 23-51 have survived and appear to be doing well. The first one was positive in late June and is fine. I have one friend who has it now and is doing good. The people I have personally cared for that died all had pre-existing conditions. every.single.one.

As far as "long haulers" I'll stick to my opinion that the virus triggers an autoimmune disease in people who are already predispositioned to have one. The symptoms are the same as others that are already known. I just wish I knew if they are being treated with the same known treatments for them.

I know this isn't a popular opinion, but it is what it is. Call it normalcy bias, burn out, whatever, but I'm so sick of this shit I could literally walk outside and scream until my throat bleeds. I'm tired of the arguing over masks, flu vs covid, lockdown, covid, politics, etc. I long for the days of the dumb ass chicken sandwich debate.

I'm prepped to the hilt and am prepared for what may come so don't think I'm throwing caution to the wind. As most of you know all of us are on the front lines and will continue to take precautions, but we will live in a healthy fear of this virus and continue to do things we enjoy using precautions.

Stay safe out there!
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I live in Ontario, Canada. When the lockdowns were eased, I didn’t go to a bar. - bars hold no attraction for me, anyway. I didn’t go to various restaurants to dine in, I had maybe one restaurant visit to have lunch with a friend and we ate outside, on the patio.

I didn’t go out and visit a whole slew of friends - I don’t have very many anyway. But I did have dinner at a relative’s place - there were only four of us and we ate outside. The relatives in question are elderly, in good health, but don’t get out much.

I stayed away from movie theatres, which have been allowed to reopen subject to capacity restrictions.

The rest of the time, I’ve been going out only to get essentials like groceries or medications. Maybe once a week, my fiancée and I will go for a walk in a park, where we’re not likely to be exposed to the virus.

I wash my hands frequently. Even though I question the utility of masks, I wear one when in stores, or in the hospital where I’ve had to go for medical tests on several occasions.

In short, I’ve generally been doing my best not to be exposed to the virus, or to expose others.

I agree that long-haulers probably have some sort of frank autoimmune disorder or predisposition to same. Since diabetes is believed to be due to some sort of autoimmune problem, it doesn’t surprise me that people with diabetes are more likely to die from the virus.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
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Just a good refresher site.

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And

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Thread: THE HOW TOO THREAD FOR SAND STORAGE OF VEGTABLES AND OTHER THINGS. FOOD TO LAST ALL YEAR...!

I found this in my favorites. It's old, so not sure any links will work, but the info in it will help.
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Thank you.
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Coronavirus Ostia, 31 years old in serious condition. It has a high viral load

From italy. Wheres that doctor again who said viral load was less
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Coronavirus Ostia, 31 years old in serious condition. It has a high viral load

From italy. Wheres that doctor again who said viral load was less
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Shhhhhhh. But their doing great. They got this.

/pure snark.

And much prayers. The world is going to need them.
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I wonder if he was handling frozen packages?

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There is a new community case of Covid-19, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.


The man, a ports worker from Auckland who went to New Plymouth for work this week, tested positive on October 16. The man sought a test on the day he developed symptoms.

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Influencer Who Admitted He Thought Covid-19 'Didn't Exist' Dies Of The Virus

A previously Covid-denying influencer has died aged just 33 after contracting the deadly virus while taking a trip to Turkey.

Dmitriy Stuzhuk was discharged from hospital in Ukraine, but he was rushed back in and his condition quickly deteriorated.

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In theory viruses mutate to become more lethal and kill most of their hosts also making them less contagious or become less lethal and more contagious .In reality no virus or bacteria wiped out whole humanity even famous black plague.Fact is that this virus won't wipe out humanity.It will cause more trouble ,collapses of societies some of them will be rebuild .Let's see what happens in one year. I will return to this comment on October 18 year 2021

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I wonder if he was handling frozen packages?

New Zealand:
There is a new community case of Covid-19, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.


The man, a ports worker from Auckland who went to New Plymouth for work this week, tested positive on October 16. The man sought a test on the day he developed symptoms.

[link to www.nzherald.co.nz (secure)]
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Wait..... so the count broke already........

Nice find. Thanks.
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In theory viruses mutate to become more lethal and kill most of their hosts also making them less contagious or become less lethal and more contagious .In reality no virus or bacteria wiped out whole humanity even famous black plague.Fact is that this virus won't wipe humanity.It will cause more trouble ,collapses of societies some of them will be rebuild .Let's see what happens in one year. I will return to this comment on October 18 year 2021
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Assuming collapse doesn’t include power loss.......
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How the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally may have spread coronavirus across the Upper Midwest

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Just spent a couple hours reading the red October thread currently super pinned and the threads about the hard drives.. crazy or what...
What do you’d think oF them pics and what they are saying about the virus.

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Just send a couple hours reading the red October thread currently super pinned and the threads about the hard drives.. crazy or what...
What do you’d think oF them pics and what they are saying about the virus.
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If its true then biden will tell them to rig the election for sure for him to lose in exchange for him and his son to just be left alone.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
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Make sure to do bug patrol.

A lot of bugs like the glue in cardboard so spray monthly.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
 Quoting: Crazy Chicken Lady


Good luck with it, hon. I really hope it works. I've never had a spot that I could try it in. I do know, my grandparents used to store root veg in their basement years ago. My dad used to tell stories about my great grandma's apple barrel in the cellar.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
 Quoting: Crazy Chicken Lady


Make sure to do bug patrol.

A lot of bugs like the glue in cardboard so spray monthly.
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Damn, lol. It has a dirt floor, but maybe the plan can be that eventually I can put some kind of shelving down there and get rid of the cardboard boxes. I'm not sure if the snake still lives down there, but he should hopefully eat any mice that might get in.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
 Quoting: Crazy Chicken Lady


Make sure to do bug patrol.

A lot of bugs like the glue in cardboard so spray monthly.
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Yes! Roaches LOVE cardboard! The corrugated kind. I don't know about spraying for bugs around the vegetables though.
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
 Quoting: Crazy Chicken Lady


Good luck with it, hon. I really hope it works. I've never had a spot that I could try it in. I do know, my grandparents used to store root veg in their basement years ago. My dad used to tell stories about my great grandma's apple barrel in the cellar.
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There's videos where people just bury a cooler or fridge in the ground. I live on a rock with like 2 inches of clay so it's not possible for me lol. But maybe you could?
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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
 Quoting: Crazy Chicken Lady


Good luck with it, hon. I really hope it works. I've never had a spot that I could try it in. I do know, my grandparents used to store root veg in their basement years ago. My dad used to tell stories about my great grandma's apple barrel in the cellar.
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There's videos where people just bury a cooler or fridge in the ground. I live on a rock with like 2 inches of clay so it's not possible for me lol. But maybe you could?
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Not trying to spam thread,but take a look at this.

Thread: THE HOW TOO THREAD FOR SAND STORAGE OF VEGTABLES AND OTHER THINGS. FOOD TO LAST ALL YEAR...!

You can always make adjustments. Check with your local newspaper office for free pallets. Most of them can't get rid of the quick enough.
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I wonder if he was handling frozen packages?

New Zealand:
There is a new community case of Covid-19, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.


The man, a ports worker from Auckland who went to New Plymouth for work this week, tested positive on October 16. The man sought a test on the day he developed symptoms.

[link to www.nzherald.co.nz (secure)]
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Wait..... so the count broke already........

Nice find. Thanks.
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MORE: The new case is related to a man working in a ship at the port of New Plymouth and with residency in Auckland; his close contacts are being traced and the ship will be tested once it arrives at port

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Potatoes and carrots can be stored in a root cellar. Apples, cabbage, winter squash. There's more, but my mind went blank while I was typing.

I know there are tons of videos on utube and I remember several threads from about 10 years ago about it, too.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've been binge watching root cellar videos lately. I have a walk-in basement. It starts at like 10 feet tall and gets smaller and smaller. It's partially insulated, but I haven't been able to figure out if that is sufficient.

So I dumped out my 50 lb bag of potatoes and some onions in (separate) ventilated boxes and put them down there to see what happens.
 Quoting: Crazy Chicken Lady


Make sure to do bug patrol.

A lot of bugs like the glue in cardboard so spray monthly.
 Quoting: CleverCreator


Yes! Roaches LOVE cardboard! The corrugated kind. I don't know about spraying for bugs around the vegetables though.
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If you do the edges and corners..... should be fine.....there is normally a stream setting in the good bottles.



The goal is not to spray the food.....

/sarc

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I wonder if he was handling frozen packages?

New Zealand:
There is a new community case of Covid-19, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.


The man, a ports worker from Auckland who went to New Plymouth for work this week, tested positive on October 16. The man sought a test on the day he developed symptoms.

[link to www.nzherald.co.nz (secure)]
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Wait..... so the count broke already........

Nice find. Thanks.
 Quoting: CleverCreator


MORE: The new case is related to a man working in a ship at the port of New Plymouth and with residency in Auckland; his close contacts are being traced and the ship will be tested once it arrives at port


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They really gotta stop celebrating no community spread.
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I wonder if he was handling frozen packages?

New Zealand:
There is a new community case of Covid-19, director general of health Ashley Bloomfield says.


The man, a ports worker from Auckland who went to New Plymouth for work this week, tested positive on October 16. The man sought a test on the day he developed symptoms.

[link to www.nzherald.co.nz (secure)]
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Wait..... so the count broke already........

Nice find. Thanks.
 Quoting: CleverCreator


MORE: The new case is related to a man working in a ship at the port of New Plymouth and with residency in Auckland; his close contacts are being traced and the ship will be tested once it arrives at port


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They really gotta stop celebrating no community spread.
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Agree. You’d think they would learn to keep quiet.
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repeat..
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Your repeats are welcomed here :p

Hope y’all are well.

Glad to hear you were stocking up more.
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NY wedding with 10,000 attendees shut down amid COVID-19

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Right!?!?

I think it was a protest via a “normal event”
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The dreaded 100 days

Melbourne's strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease

Melburnians will be given more freedoms from 11.59pm tonight, as restrictions ease after more than 100 days of a hard lockdown.

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CleverCreator

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10/17/2020 09:42 PM

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This matches with my zones theories. No one believes Op, but his infrastructure supplies match the timeframe.

Confirmed SHTF in coming weeks - Trucks Are Rolling


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10/17/2020 09:51 PM

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Re: Covid19/WORLD:42.828.000/USA:8.801.000/BLOODTYPE & RISK OF DYING P11149/ HONG KONG FUNGUS P11292/POLISH PRESIDENT POSITIVE+USA:80.000!! P11294
repeat..
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Your repeats are welcomed here :p

Hope y’all are well.

Glad to hear you were stocking up more.
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On a night shift waiting for a call! zzzzz

Just not sure how much to stock up for. Family of 6! 3 months currently but maybe it should be more if it goes tits up like we think?





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