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Prophet Zacharia

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  1. Are prisoners and staff considered priority? That seems to be the biggest argument, are they a protected congregant group living arrangement deserving of early vaccination, or deemed less important than their non-incarcerated peers of the same age? From a public health perspective, I think you have to vaccinate. Especially since 1/3 of correctional officers offered vaccine have refused it.
  2. I’ll do social distancing and masking and the whole 9 yards until this thing ends, I will avoid restaurants and bars, except for outdoor seating and limited capacity settings. I will not miss another sailing season, however, and if my yacht club remains as anti-mask as it was last summer, I may not bother to wear a mask while there, and conform with the masses. As both my wife and I are vaccinated, we’ll be feeling personally fairly safe. I’d wear a mask to protect them, but I think that would cause bad feelings which would oddly be avoided if we didn’t. We’re already a bit of an out
  3. Yeah, I was amazed at the lack of worse (both as compared to the first one, and overall) side effects with the second Pfizer shot.
  4. I felt my cat was pretty thoughtless this morning, playing behind the nightstand with the window shade cords at 4 am. She thought she was pretty smart finding something to amuse herself with while everyone else slept.
  5. Which vaccine? Any further side effects now into the next day?
  6. I’ve heard of more flu-like symptoms with the second Monderna shot than with the Pfizer. Mild, and not that anyone is complaining too much about. But it will be interesting to see if that trend continues. @jsharr and others, did you have any side effects to the second Pfizer shot? I didn’t, even less arm soreness with shot 2 than 1.
  7. I think it’s trolling in it’s nature.
  8. But it’s an efficiently designed drive it, it will move quickly. If you want the drive-in to yourself, go back on Sunday.
  9. But living free of government interference in the regulation of utility companies is priceless.
  10. We removed carpet in living and dining rooms and put in a faux-marble tile. We liked it so much we’re having the installer come back and do the entryway hallway. I worked A LOT last year and saved a lot. This is an investment in our home which should benefit us both now and at time of resale.
  11. And yet played an important role in our own country’s liberation from the British.
  12. No, it’s not. Sorry you have to miss this. One of my favorite Halloweens was when my two boys dressed as Mario and Luigi. I’d guess ages 7 and 5? Great age.
  13. Looks a lot like I imagine it would in a Hollywood studio!
  14. I was going to guess the Carrier Dome, but I guess that’s farther East? I’m a big fan of the WVU Coliseum. I’ve never been in it, but it looks cool. https://www.google.com/local/place/fid/0x88357b95dd527989:0xeb4ab97d7a169418/photosphere?iu=https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipN8zAcKtOqItFUS3gDHPxKmMPOS_tDgB1LggA%3Dw160-h106-k-no-pi-10-ya321.0241-ro-0-fo100&ik=CAoSKkFGMVFpcE44ekFjS3RPcUl0RlVTM2dESFB4S21NUE9TX3REZ0IxTGdnQQ%3D%3D
  15. https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5223059 In 1973, 19-year-old Scot Halpin filled in at a big-time rock concert when Keith Moon, the hard-living drummer for The Who, passed out. Halpin tells Scott Simon about being urged out of the audience in response to an appeal from Who frontman Pete Townsend.
  16. Congratulations, @jsharr. 🍾 I got a 40% raise last year, but a 30% increase in work assigned to me. So is that a 10% raise? I’m still very happy with the arrangement.
  17. El Paso isn’t even in the same time zone as the rest of Texas.
  18. That’s why I posed the question to someone with more authority than you or me.
  19. Hillary, is Ted Cruz the biggest schmuck in the Senate, or just a wannabe?
  20. Same basic characteristics in both signatures for me, although the early one is MUCH more legible. There was a time in my career I’d sign 100’s of things a day, it evolved. Now, I rarely need to sign anything, but my signature never reverted to the neat form of my 16 year old self.
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