Wednesday, April 1, 2020

A Very Aptly Named Tune

Joe Satriani - Longing.

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  1. Honestly, his playing makes me listen more closely for what he's SAYING...he plays the guitar like a singer. I have a drummer friend who's like that...odd...nice.
    "LONGING" what a perfect way to describe so much these days. LONGING for what we had...nothing BIG, just to hug a friend or stand next to another avocado squeezer :-) I'm LONGING. SO much.

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    1. Perfect Z. To say more would harm your thought.

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  2. Every agenda of the Left ends up either being wrong, or killing innocent Americans.
    It Doesn’t Take At Rocket Scientist to understand that if you keep on putting food in a bag without throughly sanitizing it, it’s going to contain germs. .
    Perhaps We should listen to the “experts”.
    The governor of California just banned re-usable grocery bags which is shortly after he banned DISPOSABLE plastic bags.
    The people are now terrified from using Re-Usable bags to protect themselves against coronavirus.
    Here is a part of a very derailed article on the subject.
    Spreading Viruses in the Grocery Store via Reusable Grocery Bags
    By Linda Golodner

    Reusable grocery bags are a common commodity these days. They should be regularly and machine-washed periodically with bleach, when possible, to keep them clean and sanitized. Using RGBs involves a degree of extra effort.
    Norovirus is the leading cause of foodborne illness in the US. Known as the “perfect pathogen” because of the ease with which it spreads from person to person, norovirus evolves rapidly before immunity can be built up by affected populations. The virus is a major concern in the food production, service and grocery retail industries, according to a team of researchers from Loma Linda University. Their study, “The Spread of a Norovirus Surrogate via Reusable Grocery Bags in a Grocery Supermarket,” explores the potential for contaminated RGBs to spread viruses to surfaces within a public grocery store.
    The research team recruited volunteer shoppers in front of three California grocery stores and instructed them to complete their planned shopping trip using a polypropylene RGB provided by the researchers. The dry bags had been sprayed previously with a solution of a safe norovirus surrogate, known as “MS2 bacteriophage,” or just “MS2.” The solution concentration was similar to that of norovirus from an infected person’s bodily fluids. As volunteers shopped, the surfaces they contacted were swabbed by the research team for microbial analysis.

    Results indicate that in addition to the “seeded” RGBs, the highest concentration of MS2 was found on the hands of clerks and volunteer shoppers, followed by packaged food surfaces and progressively lower levels on 12 other grocery store surfaces. These include unpackaged produce, cart surfaces and the customer checkout touch screen. Importantly, even the lowest average concentration of virus particles detected on any surface in the study (10,000 PFU1/cm2) would represent a virus transmission risk for most individuals


    New times mean new ideas and I for one give the governor points for his actions. Now we look at the latest reality TV star governor Cuomo. He gets on TV daily saying they don't have enough respirators when it was discovered they have 10,000 in storage, reminds me of Obama who always had a poor excuse for his screw-ups His buddy de

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  3. Blasio welcomed all to join in the Chinese new year as did Madam Pelousy did in San Francisco. Had the she spent more time listening to the President’s State of the Union Address and less time think about how she was going to rip it up maybe she would have heard the Chinese virus

    Maybe Uncle Joe Biden will have a different term for President Trump rather than calling him a “Racist” for banning the Chinese airlines entry from China back in January, and still blaming him for the Virus hitting the United States.

    Getting back to the subject of “Plastic Bags”
    It was determined that using a “Plastic Bag” once and disposing it, is the safest way of carrying food .

    And listening to these experts with their medical degrees, it's clear were better off listing to tem rather than listening to some 15 year old brainwashed Progressive who just heard her Professor preaching about the Planet.

    Bottom Line:
    This liberal logic has lots of holes in it. : The cloth bags are unsanitary, and we are being forced us to use them anyway, even when we are right in the flu season, which typically kills on average of 20,000 Americans a year, but now that COVID-19 reared it's ugly head, we SHOULD be going back to plastic bags . In fact, the largest Super Market chain store Giant Eagle, who has over 80 stores in Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia stated they will no longer allow you into their grocery store if you bring those CLOTH BAGS with you.

    I Suggest That We All Go Back to Using Plastic Bags!




    Blasio welcomed all to join in the Chinese new year as did Madam Pelousy did in San Francisco. Had the she spent more time listening to the President’s State of the Union Address and less time think about how she was going to rip it up maybe she would have heard the Chinese virus

    Maybe Uncle Joe Biden will have a different term for President Trump rather than calling him a “Racist” for banning the Chinese airlines entry from China back in January, and still blaming him for the Virus hitting the United States.

    Getting back to the subject of “Plastic Bags”
    It was determined that using a “Plastic Bag” once and disposing it, is the safest way of carrying food .

    And listening to these experts with their medical degrees, it's clear were better off listing to tem rather than listening to some 15 year old brainwashed Progressive who just heard her Professor preaching about the Planet.

    Bottom Line:
    This liberal logic has lots of holes in it. : The cloth bags are unsanitary, and we are being forced us to use them anyway, even when we are right in the flu season, which typically kills on average of 20,000 Americans a year, but now that COVID-19 reared it's ugly head, we SHOULD be going back to plastic bags . In fact, the largest Super Market chain store Giant Eagle, who has over 80 stores in Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia stated they will no longer allow you into their grocery store if you bring those CLOTH BAGS with you.

    I Suggest That We All Go Back to Using Plastic Bags!




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    1. Most of the plastic in America goes into landfills and those thin plastic bags do break down.

      Way over 95% of the plastic pollution comes from developing nations and continents - Haiti, Africa, India, China, Cuba, etc. No one has offered any solution to that problem.

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