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JrzyTmata

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 4:46pm



 buzz wrote:

did i mention that i am working next door to the hospital?
 

don't touch anyone.
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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 4:41pm

 JrzyTmata wrote:
we have our first confirmed case in South Jersey in the next town over.
 
did i mention that i am working next door to the hospital?
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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 4:37pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
There's a conference in New Orleans that Justine was being sent to, and due to a motherfucker named Karma that teases me like a cat with yarn, I was going to get to tag along for essentially nothing. Justine had an emergency flight at Christmas to Omaha to be with her mom who had emergency surgery oh god this long-story-short crap isn't working out but anyway she got her mom sprung from the hospital and onto a plane home to California, went to the airport herself and was bumped, so Delta gave her a credit which we sort of thought was Karma being nice because Justine had been so nice and she and Augusta were in fuckin' Iowa over Christmas cleaning out an old lady's home that was horrible instead of being here and skiing and opening gifts etc but yeah in the end she was rewarded, sort of.. Well she had this conference in New Orleans that was paid for, so we used the credit to buy me a GODDAM NONREFUNDABLE MOTHERFUCKING TICKET to New Orleans and now the convention is cancelled so maybe I can go by myself? Or buy Justine a ticket and we'll sleep on benches or something but fuckityfuckityfuckity.
 



Isabeau

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 4:23pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
There's a conference in New Orleans that Justine was being sent to, and due to a motherfucker named Karma that teases me like a cat with yarn, I was going to get to tag along for essentially nothing. Justine had an emergency flight at Christmas to Omaha to be with her mom who had emergency surgery oh god this long-story-short crap isn't working out but anyway she got her mom sprung from the hospital and onto a plane home to California, went to the airport herself and was bumped, so Delta gave her a credit which we sort of thought was Karma being nice because Justine had been so nice and she and Augusta were in fuckin' Iowa over Christmas cleaning out an old lady's home that was horrible instead of being here and skiing and opening gifts etc but yeah in the end she was rewarded, sort of.. Well she had this conference in New Orleans that was paid for, so we used the credit to buy me a GODDAM NONREFUNDABLE MOTHERFUCKING TICKET to New Orleans and now the convention is cancelled so maybe I can go by myself? Or buy Justine a ticket and we'll sleep on benches or something but fuckityfuckityfuckity.
 


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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 4:21pm



 sirdroseph wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 black321 wrote:

The answer to limiting the spread seems simple enough: quarantine
 

Since most people carrying the bug show no outward signs or symptoms, ever, and those who do get ill take 2 weeks before they start sneezing droplets all over my desk, I don't see anything simple about a quarantine. Restrict all movement in and out of any public space until May. That might work.

Or wash your hands. Handwashing stations on every street corner. Put in 5¢, get a robot scrub with lysol and a mechanical manicure. Hold still now!

Maybe next time.
 
This is what my company has done all over the building including hand sanitizer and the Prell stuff which I have become addicted too and it has nothing to do with the virus, I just like how it makes my hands so soft and pretty.
{#Daisy}
 


JrzyTmata

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 4:21pm

we have our first confirmed case in South Jersey in the next town over.
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 3:49pm



 islander wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Coaxial wrote:

Well crapola! 
{#Arghhh}
 

So depressed now. I haven't been to that quadrant of the US ever. I think I'm going to lobby to just have her buy a damn ticket and we'll just see the things.
 
This gets my vote. Probably not to many crowds and you'll have the plane to yourself.

 

Yeah and I'm guessing the hotels are reeling right now. Think they're willing to entertain offers yet?
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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 3:43pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Coaxial wrote:

Well crapola! 
{#Arghhh}
 

So depressed now. I haven't been to that quadrant of the US ever. I think I'm going to lobby to just have her buy a damn ticket and we'll just see the things.
 
This gets my vote. Probably not to many crowds and you'll have the plane to yourself.

kcar

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 3:32pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
There's a conference in New Orleans that Justine was being sent to, and due to a motherfucker named Karma that teases me like a cat with yarn, I was going to get to tag along for essentially nothing. Justine had an emergency flight at Christmas to Omaha to be with her mom who had emergency surgery oh god this long-story-short crap isn't working out but anyway she got her mom sprung from the hospital and onto a plane home to California, went to the airport herself and was bumped, so Delta gave her a credit which we sort of thought was Karma being nice because Justine had been so nice and she and Augusta were in fuckin' Iowa over Christmas cleaning out an old lady's home that was horrible instead of being here and skiing and opening gifts etc but yeah in the end she was rewarded, sort of.. Well she had this conference in New Orleans that was paid for, so we used the credit to buy me a GODDAM NONREFUNDABLE MOTHERFUCKING TICKET to New Orleans and now the convention is cancelled so maybe I can go by myself? Or buy Justine a ticket and we'll sleep on benches or something but fuckityfuckityfuckity.
 

When you (inevitably yet inexplicably) wind up hog-tied in a Guantanamo holding pen as a domestic enemy combatant, do send us that Nawlins postcard...
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 3:26pm



 Coaxial wrote:

Well crapola! 
{#Arghhh}
 

So depressed now. I haven't been to that quadrant of the US ever. I think I'm going to lobby to just have her buy a damn ticket and we'll just see the things.
Coaxial

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 3:08pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
There's a conference in New Orleans that Justine was being sent to, and due to a motherfucker named Karma that teases me like a cat with yarn, I was going to get to tag along for essentially nothing. Justine had an emergency flight at Christmas to Omaha to be with her mom who had emergency surgery oh god this long-story-short crap isn't working out but anyway she got her mom sprung from the hospital and onto a plane home to California, went to the airport herself and was bumped, so Delta gave her a credit which we sort of thought was Karma being nice because Justine had been so nice and she and Augusta were in fuckin' Iowa over Christmas cleaning out an old lady's home that was horrible instead of being here and skiing and opening gifts etc but yeah in the end she was rewarded, sort of.. Well she had this conference in New Orleans that was paid for, so we used the credit to buy me a GODDAM NONREFUNDABLE MOTHERFUCKING TICKET to New Orleans and now the convention is cancelled so maybe I can go by myself? Or buy Justine a ticket and we'll sleep on benches or something but fuckityfuckityfuckity.
 
Well crapola! {#Arghhh}
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 3:05pm

There's a conference in New Orleans that Justine was being sent to, and due to a motherfucker named Karma that teases me like a cat with yarn, I was going to get to tag along for essentially nothing. Justine had an emergency flight at Christmas to Omaha to be with her mom who had emergency surgery oh god this long-story-short crap isn't working out but anyway she got her mom sprung from the hospital and onto a plane home to California, went to the airport herself and was bumped, so Delta gave her a credit which we sort of thought was Karma being nice because Justine had been so nice and she and Augusta were in fuckin' Iowa over Christmas cleaning out an old lady's home that was horrible instead of being here and skiing and opening gifts etc but yeah in the end she was rewarded, sort of.. Well she had this conference in New Orleans that was paid for, so we used the credit to buy me a GODDAM NONREFUNDABLE MOTHERFUCKING TICKET to New Orleans and now the convention is cancelled so maybe I can go by myself? Or buy Justine a ticket and we'll sleep on benches or something but fuckityfuckityfuckity.
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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 11:55am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Okay back on topic a little but the whole hand sanitizer thing is dangerous because alcohol doesn't usually work on viruses. As I understand it, flu virus isn't killed by Purell at all. Coronavirus just happens to have a membrane that the alcohol can get through...
 
But....soft......and.....pretty?
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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 11:54am

Randy is the best!{#Lol}

 

black321

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 11:48am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


  

Best thing about the coronavirus is it might kill the crazy shake-hands-with-strangers custom those of us who are socially inept have always hated.
 

I've resorted to kicking people in the shin.
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 11:46am



 black321 wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 

I was referring to "asymptomatic cases," which to some experts sounds like a worst case scenario, if someone walking around with the bug infects a hospital or nursing home... but this quote is a little less worrying:


At the same time, there’s also evidence of asymptomatic cases. And it’s possible that as we discover more of these cases, Covid-19 will seem more like seasonal flu than like SARS. That’s because infectious diseases typically look more severe when they’re first discovered since the people showing up in hospitals tend to be the sickest.

So "most people" may not be correct, that was the take I read last night but things change quickly.

Infrastructure is the problem. This brings on a pneumonia, which takes longer to defeat, so it could overwhelm our bed capacity. Yes there are drugstores on every corner that could do the testing but I just saw a headline that "a million" test kits are ready to ship. That sounds like not enough to crow about.
 
exactly.  we need more testing, to better control the virus from spreading, this one or the next. 
Possible silver lining in all this, maybe people will become more accustomed to proper public hygiene practices, hand washing, staying home when sick, and companies being ok with that...

 

Best thing about the coronavirus is it might kill the crazy shake-hands-with-strangers custom those of us who are socially inept have always hated.
black321

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 11:37am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 

I was referring to "asymptomatic cases," which to some experts sounds like a worst case scenario, if someone walking around with the bug infects a hospital or nursing home... but this quote is a little less worrying:


At the same time, there’s also evidence of asymptomatic cases. And it’s possible that as we discover more of these cases, Covid-19 will seem more like seasonal flu than like SARS. That’s because infectious diseases typically look more severe when they’re first discovered since the people showing up in hospitals tend to be the sickest.

So "most people" may not be correct, that was the take I read last night but things change quickly.

Infrastructure is the problem. This brings on a pneumonia, which takes longer to defeat, so it could overwhelm our bed capacity. Yes there are drugstores on every corner that could do the testing but I just saw a headline that "a million" test kits are ready to ship. That sounds like not enough to crow about.
 
exactly.  we need more testing, to better control the virus from spreading, this one or the next. 
Possible silver lining in all this, maybe people will become more accustomed to proper public hygiene practices, hand washing, staying home when sick, and companies being ok with that...

ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 11:30am



 black321 wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 black321 wrote:

The answer to limiting the spread seems simple enough: quarantine
 

Since most people carrying the bug show no outward signs or symptoms, ever, and those who do get ill take 2 weeks before they start sneezing droplets all over my desk, I don't see anything simple about a quarantine. Restrict all movement in and out of any public space until May. That might work.

Or wash your hands. Handwashing stations on every street corner. Put in 5¢, get a robot scrub with lysol and a mechanical manicure. Hold still now!

Maybe next time.
 

see ramp up in testing.
I haven't read anything that said the 'most people show no symptoms'...and i dont know the science/math, but imagine that the % of "carriers" with NO symptoms is pretty small. So first sign of any flu like symptom, get a test and if positive, remove yourself from the pool.  Not full proof, but should help, no? 

ps.,its not like we dont have the infrastructure to handle the volume...i think there are now more 24 hour emergency care outlets than walgreens and cvs', which by the way also could do testing. 
 

I was referring to "asymptomatic cases," which to some experts sounds like a worst case scenario, if someone walking around with the bug infects a hospital or nursing home... but this quote is a little less worrying:


At the same time, there’s also evidence of asymptomatic cases. And it’s possible that as we discover more of these cases, Covid-19 will seem more like seasonal flu than like SARS. That’s because infectious diseases typically look more severe when they’re first discovered since the people showing up in hospitals tend to be the sickest.

So "most people" may not be correct, that was the take I read last night but things change quickly.

Infrastructure is the problem. This brings on a pneumonia, which takes longer to defeat, so it could overwhelm our bed capacity. Yes there are drugstores on every corner that could do the testing but I just saw a headline that "a million" test kits are ready to ship. That sounds like not enough to crow about.
black321

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 10:58am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 black321 wrote:

The answer to limiting the spread seems simple enough: quarantine
 

Since most people carrying the bug show no outward signs or symptoms, ever, and those who do get ill take 2 weeks before they start sneezing droplets all over my desk, I don't see anything simple about a quarantine. Restrict all movement in and out of any public space until May. That might work.

Or wash your hands. Handwashing stations on every street corner. Put in 5¢, get a robot scrub with lysol and a mechanical manicure. Hold still now!

Maybe next time.
 

see ramp up in testing.
I haven't read anything that said the 'most people show no symptoms'...and i dont know the science/math, but imagine that the % of "carriers" with NO symptoms is pretty small. So first sign of any flu like symptom, get a test and if positive, remove yourself from the pool.  Not full proof, but should help, no? 

ps.,its not like we dont have the infrastructure to handle the volume...i think there are now more 24 hour emergency care outlets than walgreens and cvs', which by the way also could do testing. 
ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Mar 6, 2020 - 10:49am

Okay back on topic a little but the whole hand sanitizer thing is dangerous because alcohol doesn't usually work on viruses. As I understand it, flu virus isn't killed by Purell at all. Coronavirus just happens to have a membrane that the alcohol can get through...
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