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Sure act now like their operating W some optimism for a change. 

BTW china's tourism spots are now full and busy. 

Happy days are  here again W Spring and heat chasing corona away.  Finally. 

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Senior Advisor

Re: Two trillion dollars can buy a lot of optimism.

Two trillion dollars can buy a lot of optimism, or is it false courage? 

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Veteran Advisor

Re: Two trillion dollars can buy a lot of optimism.


@rickgthf wrote:

Two trillion dollars can buy a lot of optimism, or is it false courage? 


Either way,  some warmer temps,  some Spring,  some Prayer,  some luck and things are looking up  . MO

Veteran Advisor

Re: Two trillion dollars can buy a lot of optimism.


@rickgthf wrote:

Two trillion dollars can buy a lot of optimism, or is it false courage? 


WELL, in Vermont, $2 Trillion won't buy you anything if the D-bag governor has deemed it nonessential...

Walmart in Williston is letting customers know it is not offering "non-essential" items for purchase. The store roped off a large section of its store to comply with the governor's order April 1, 2020.

.... our Chinese friends call their Chinese Communist Party "licensed bandits."  IMO, that moniker applies both sides of the aisle now.

There is a much bigger agenda here than just a virus.  Digital money is now being pushed hard because paper money is "infectious."

BTW:  There is a theory that this virus came from a bat whose gut carries a virus that will kill it if the bat's vitamin C level falls too low.  Could this be the reason why people are showing up "reinfected"?

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Re: Maybe you need to have more respect for what this virus can do.

Maybe you need to have more respect for what this virus can do.  I have no idea just what "non-essential" items you are so offended because you can't buy but people need to understand that no one has the right to increase the probability of contracting it and getting sick because that will only increase the unnecessary burden on the hospital system and further endanger healthcare workers. 

  Right now, everyone has a moral obligation to do whatever they can to minimize the spread of this disease.  Our local hardware store takes orders over the phone (only) and brings the items outside to parking lot  and hands them across a separation barrier.  At the local parts store, you hand the old hydraulic hose in at the back door and they hand you the new out the back door so that you don't have to come into the store.  And they have no problem delivering, especially if you plan ahead and give them time to organize their deliveries.

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Veteran Advisor

Re: Maybe you need to have more respect for what this virus can do.

So do you plan to be a coward for the next 10-20 years?  Just asking CUZ this virus is here to stay.

It did give me a good laugh though that you just defended a Republican governor.

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