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It will be interesting to see what happens with my offices reopening the office plans. As of now, we are still planning to open July 13th with some strict guidelines in place but with numbers on the r

Maybe hes just a douchebag?

Good Evening PASR! Just wanted to check in and say that I hope that everyone is staying safe and feeling well through all of this. Miss the PASR fam... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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1 minute ago, tarponhead said:

Murphy just ordered to start metrics on people who request testing but are denied

What does that mean like count them as positive cases?  My friends brother in law was tested and he’s youngish and had fever and diarrhea and he ended up being negative..if I had a fever and diarrhea prob wouldn’t be as bad as my worst hangovers. 

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15 minutes ago, tarponhead said:


I thought pennsy opened up liquor stores?

The website for online orders has been a joke.  I've never been able to get through, even at 4am.

They opened up phone ordering to participating stores, 5 bottles max, I believe.
Local radio tried calling one, got busy signal for 109 calls, finally got through on 110.
He placed his order with them and asked when he could pick it up.  They told him hopefully tomorrow...
PA government, PLCB in particular, is a joke.   There's no reason they couldn't have run it like the grocery stores, limiting # people & limiting amount you can purchase.

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What does that mean like count them as positive cases?  My friends brother in law was tested and he’s youngish and had fever and diarrhea and he ended up being negative..if I had a fever and diarrhea prob wouldn’t be as bad as my worst hangovers. 

Means he is keeping an eye on the endgame - opening up the state again. Can only do that one of three ways; testing, testing, and more testing.

Bolster argument for need for testing
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The website for online orders has been a joke.  I've never been able to get through, even at 4am.

They opened up phone ordering to participating stores, 5 bottles max, I believe.

Local radio tried calling one, got busy signal for 109 calls, finally got through on 110.

He placed his order with them and asked when he could pick it up.  They told him hopefully tomorrow...

PA government, PLCB in particular, is a joke.   There's no reason they couldn't have run it like the grocery stores, limiting # people & limiting amount you can purchase.

That’s nuts. I just go on the stores website. Pick a delivery date and press “confirm order”. Wan bam thank you mam my order is on my porch

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2 minutes ago, tarponhead said:

Top US official in charge of leading covid-19 vaccine efforts is removed because he did not endorse trumps opinion on hydroxychloroquine.

I’d post a linkie but you know, me being a boomer and all...

Ah, science. 

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47 minutes ago, tarponhead said:



I’d post a linkie but you know, me being a boomer and all...

To be fair, You might be the only boomer I know who does not think this a conspiracy from democrats to destroy trump’s economy lol

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Just now, theprogram4 said:

To be fair, You might be the only boomer I know who does not think this a conspiracy from democrats to destroy trump’s economy lol

I know quite a few, but unfortunately the more vocal ones are those who think its a hoax. 

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4 minutes ago, toast21602 said:

I know quite a few, but unfortunately the more vocal ones are those who think its a hoax. 

While I’ve supported trump a bunch over the past few years, I think he fucked this covid-19 response badly. However, judging from neighbors, co-workers, and Facebook people in the over 50 demographic, a vast majority think he is going a great job fighting the Democrats who are trying to destroy the economy.  I really think this virus will help him win reelection.  Fox News has been going full retard lately and a lot of older people are eating it up.  
 

The police ticketing drive up church services is like the conservative battle cry.  Tucker Carlson went nuts on Phil Murphy and the right loved it

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1 minute ago, theprogram4 said:

While I’ve supported trump a bunch over the past few years, I think he fucked this covid-19 response badly. However, judging from neighbors, co-workers, and Facebook people in the over 50 demographic, a vast majority think he is going a great job fighting the Democrats who are trying to destroy the economy.  I really think this virus will help him win reelection.  Fox News has been going full retard lately and a lot of older people are eating it up.  

Well you're right. He did fuck it up and continues to do so. 

Is your dealership opening again?

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Just now, toast21602 said:

Well you're right. He did fuck it up and continues to do so. 

Is your dealership opening again?

I don’t know lol. Sounds like online sales are ok, but no test drives or showing cars, simply purchases.  I haven’t been told to come back yet so who knows

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2 hours ago, toast21602 said:

Well you're right. He did fuck it up and continues to do so. 

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There’s also a chance I’ll sprout wings and fly, but I sure wouldn’t go jump off a cliff and see!

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3 hours ago, tarponhead said:

Well color me surprised. Trump is actually saying Georgia gov order for state opening is to soon. Atlanta is covid hit hard if you did not know

Isn’t the mayor of Atlanta holding her ground, and not allowing things to open? 

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3 hours ago, theprogram4 said:

While I’ve supported trump a bunch over the past few years, I think he fucked this covid-19 response badly. However, judging from neighbors, co-workers, and Facebook people in the over 50 demographic, a vast majority think he is going a great job fighting the Democrats who are trying to destroy the economy.  I really think this virus will help him win reelection.  Fox News has been going full retard lately and a lot of older people are eating it up.  
 

The police ticketing drive up church services is like the conservative battle cry.  Tucker Carlson went nuts on Phil Murphy and the right loved it

I love tucker Carlson and hannity...

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3 hours ago, theprogram4 said:

I don’t know lol. Sounds like online sales are ok, but no test drives or showing cars, simply purchases.  I haven’t been told to come back yet so who knows

My sister just bought a car over the weekend in Virginia.  Was even in the car with dealer.  Sheesh. 

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I'm curious, how many of you are actually working in person - not one on one, but in a mass retail setting / hospital for example - with the public or living with someone who is?

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43 minutes ago, Benm said:

I'm curious, how many of you are actually working in person - not one on one, but in a mass retail setting / hospital for example - with the public or living with someone who is?

I go into the office once a week, so not really much interaction with the public.  There are probably 40 people in the office at a time recently (split between 2 floors) When I go in, I pretty much avoid everyone.  They tried making me go in more often when this first started, but not much of a point since I can do pretty much everything from home anyway.  I have to get my temperature taken before entering the building, but all of the doors are open so people don't have to touch any door handles (except the bathroom doors)...so someone could just as easily use one of the other doors to get around the temperature check.

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52 minutes ago, Benm said:

I'm curious, how many of you are actually working in person - not one on one, but in a mass retail setting / hospital for example - with the public or living with someone who is?

I"m going into the office every day, but we have temperature checks at the entrances (IT built a pretty cool no-touch rig actually that tracks your temp day by day since you use your ID badge to scan into the system) and they provide a mandatory mask every day. It's actually pretty low contact once I'm in the building though and I rarely get within 20 feet of anyone else.  We've also hired two people who's sole job is to go around the entire facility and constantly wipe down any door handles, flat surfaces, or shared things (like copiers) with disinfectant. 

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2 minutes ago, PSUFly said:

I go into the office once a week, so not really much interaction with the public.  

i'll clarify -- public as in the general public, not coworkers.

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