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Sod off! Corona Virus!

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posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 12:53 PM
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That's it! I've had enough off this @#£# virus, now I've got channel 4 news in UK telling us we should stop sporting events. Also the useless health secretary Matt Hancock (mix his last name lol)🐓👋 telling us "just wash your hands". Hahaha I'm gonna watch Dr Who.




posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 12:58 PM
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a reply to: DiddyC

I would stock up personally. Don't squander your window of opportunity.
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posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 12:58 PM
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They should tell you to wash your arse...so when they stick it to you theyll remain virus free... All the major countries with higher infections rates are globally controlled..stay safe and healthy my friend...a reply to: DiddyC



posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 01:37 PM
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Stock enough food so you can sit back at home and laugh at all the people on your local news standing in line at the store trying to buy what is left of the inventory. Now lets see. I got one five pound box, four three pounds of ends and pieces, and eight single packs of bacon. That is twenty five pounds of bacon. Enough bacon to keep our blind cat satisfied for at least two months, with us eating a few slices out of each pound. I hate when he keeps trying to climb in the fridge to get the pieces of fried bacon out of the baggie.

You think we got problems with this coronavirus, just think of how it would be to live with a cat having bacon withdrawls.



posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 01:55 PM
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Is you bacon Smithfield, processed in China?

www.reuters.com...



posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 02:22 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

What country is having a food shortage? And your going to laugh at people that can hardly get by now if they run short on food. While you sit on a stockpile of food? The mobs will go after the fat ones first.

F fear driven hoarding. It’s making it impossible to get even nuisance level dust masks for those I work with that work in an actual dusty environment.

And be with the families in the USA that lost 14,000 loved ones to “regular” flu. While the main stream media steps over their bodies to monopolize on fear to exploit Coronavirus.
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posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 05:40 PM
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How to make Brits riot-

Wage an illegal war,costing hundreds of billions of tax and the death and maiming of countless soldiers and innocents?
Nah.Not bovverd.

Waste countless more billions(maybe on purpose?)to try to scupper Brexit as voted for by the people?
Nah,still not bovverd.

Stop sporting events...

OMFG Martin fetch the molotovs and pitch forks-we are going to WAAAAAR!




posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 05:51 PM
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originally posted by: Silcone Synapse
How to make Brits riot-

Wage an illegal war,costing hundreds of billions of tax and the death and maiming of countless soldiers and innocents?
Nah.Not bovverd.

Waste countless more billions(maybe on purpose?)to try to scupper Brexit as voted for by the people?
Nah,still not bovverd.

Stop sporting events...

OMFG Martin fetch the molotovs and pitch forks-we are going to WAAAAAR!





C'mon now all you need to do remove beer and curry for a week, it would be on for young and old.

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posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 05:59 PM
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a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Oh sure,that would do it too.



posted on Mar, 1 2020 @ 11:02 PM
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originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: rickymouse

What country is having a food shortage? And your going to laugh at people that can hardly get by now if they run short on food. While you sit on a stockpile of food? The mobs will go after the fat ones first.

F fear driven hoarding. It’s making it impossible to get even nuisance level dust masks for those I work with that work in an actual dusty environment.

And be with the families in the USA that lost 14,000 loved ones to “regular” flu. While the main stream media steps over their bodies to monopolize on fear to exploit Coronavirus.


I don't hoard, I use sales to buy food so I save money. I cannot afford grass fed organic beef at the stores so, I buy half a cow and give my kids and brother good locally raised beef for Christmas. The wife and I cut our food bill down a third by buying foods when there are good sales. We are not rich, but we are not poor either. We live on Social Security and are slowly using up the little we have saved for retirement.

I have masks for using for dust, I still do lots of dusty work, I did not buy them for this virus, I bought a couple of boxes of them a year ago, a box of ten free after rebate at Menards. I probably have fifteen left. Anyway, you can just go to the hospital and get free masks they are actually better masks for viruses anyway. But I do not take them, let those who are worried about getting something there use them.

I do not laugh at the people who do not stock up, where do you get that from? I tell people to go out and spend a little extra on food and slowly build up their supply. I tell people around here to go to the food banks to get free foods, they have them here every month in the summer, and Vinnies helps people with bags of food if they need food. Just date some of the cans and put them aside for emergencies. Rice is cheap, it stores for a year or more, just stock up some extra and rotate the stock so it never gets bad.

The health departments have been telling people for years now to have some food in stock, so has the CDC. Enough for two or three weeks minimum. My kids do not stock food because they know I do it for them. I will bring them food if things go bad. I stock up because I like to save money and want security for our family. If something happens here locally, the wife and kids can leave this area and I will stay here and will need some supplies to fend through the disaster. If it is a toxic gas, we will all bug out. If it is the coronavirus, we are prepared, others will be able to wait less at the stores because we are not there, and there will be more food for the other people in the area to buy. So, by us being prepared, the chances of others getting supplies is better.

Can't you see that? If many people locally are prepared then there will be more food available for the rest of those who are not prepared, and we can even help a few other people we know if they need food, they can come over for soup and fresh bread.



posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 03:30 AM
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You


cannot afford grass fed organic beef at the stores so, I buy half a cow and give my kids and brother good locally raised beef for Christmas


If everyone is in quarantine where you cannot buy food. Or dropping like flies. Who is going to show up to run power plants, or sale fuel for generators? Or did you turn all your beef to jerky.
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posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 03:32 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

So? You really prepared. Or you betting on the government on keeping the grid up? On the fuel flowing?



posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 09:16 AM
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originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: rickymouse

So? You really prepared. Or you betting on the government on keeping the grid up? On the fuel flowing?


We have a kitchen wood stove to cook on and heat the house if necessary, we have three generators if needed, all three work and I start them every year and run them for about a half hour and change the fuel in them, usually keep just a little in them so we do not waste fuel.

One generator will run our water pump to fill our containers, or I can just drive to town and get water from the daughter, there is snow to melt for the toilet flushing, a quick dump of a gallon will clear the toilet.

A kitchen woodstove does not need to be new and pretty to cook on, ours is a fifties model, but solid. If I had one good big generator, I would not need three, two are older generators I worked on for emergencies, bought very cheap at rummage sales, the other is a newer compact one big enough for a freezer or fridge.

We will survive, got chainsaws too.



posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 09:23 AM
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originally posted by: neutronflux
a reply to: rickymouse

You


cannot afford grass fed organic beef at the stores so, I buy half a cow and give my kids and brother good locally raised beef for Christmas


If everyone is in quarantine where you cannot buy food. Or dropping like flies. Who is going to show up to run power plants, or sale fuel for generators? Or did you turn all your beef to jerky.


Flu happens in the winter, I will just open the shed windows where the freezer is if I run out of fuel. A frozen roast can cool the fridge. I also have a minimum of ten gallons of extra fuel on hand. Not a long term solution but it will work.

People will hit the stores before a quarantine happens, it is always that way, we are connected by the net and people talk to others and discuss this stuff. Most everyone will be taken care of if there is a quarantine around here, I do not know how it will be in big cities, but around here the stores are packed before a snowstorm....people know what to do...Conservatives usually stock up, liberals often do not. That is because conservatives evaluate history better than liberals do, liberals tend to want to change things without considering consequences well. Risk assessment is not taught well enough in schools anymore....that needs to change back to the way it was when I was young.



posted on Mar, 2 2020 @ 10:50 AM
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Classic Dr. Who is much more dependable and trustworthy than WHO doctors.

Good choice.




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