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She definitely could, orange julius sure isn't getting it done.
Well DJT is doing a hell of a job living rent free in your head. TDS is strong in this one



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Took my son, to the drive thru car wash. We pulled in to the prep stall, buckets w/wash brooms, vac hoses handy, ect--I gave him rubber gloves to wear, for handling the "community brushes"!!! He scrubbed out the tires/rims, windshield, hood, ect, and I looked around at the other thirty stalls, and saw not one single person, wearing/protecting themselves, from uncleaned surfaces/devices-:shock:-They were handling the equipment, with no PPE at all!!! --No gloves!!! Certainly not my job, to police the world, but I have to say--Appears a "fundamental" change, in the way we NEED, to operate, during our routine day to day activities, seems to need to take place!!!
 

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Took my son, to the drive thru car wash. We pulled in to the prep stall, buckets w/wash brooms, vac hoses handy, ect--I gave him rubber gloves to wear, for handling the "community brushes"!!! He scrubbed out the tires/rims, windshield, hood, ect, and I looked around at the other thirty stalls, and saw not one single person, wearing/protecting themselves, from uncleaned surfaces/devices-:shock:-They were handling the equipment, with no PPE at all!!! --No gloves!!! Certainly not my job, to police the world, but I have to say--Appears a "fundamental" change, in the way we NEED, to operate, during our routine day to day activities, seems to need to take place!!!
 

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So What...Just wash your hands when you leave..
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i wont fault someone for wearing gloves, thats their choice.
but so many are wearing gloves wrong.
their are a single use, single event disposable item. which means, use it to grab something, then remove it properly and throw it away. wearing it for multiple tasks is a waste of the product as well as a waste of time.

with this fatty protein based virus, rigorous and often hand-washing is sufficient. keep your hands away from your face and avoid other people.
 

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so....anyone on here have it yet??
My brother is having some respiratory issues and was tested this past Tuesday. Still has not received his results. On the other hand, my brother-in-law, who has pneumonia, was tested this past Thurs. & received his results today. He's negative. I've not been around either one.
 

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My brother is having some respiratory issues and was tested this past Tuesday. Still has not received his results. On the other hand, my brother-in-law, who has pneumonia, was tested this past Thurs. & received his results today. He's negative. I've not been around either one.
Best of Luck to your Brother and Brother in law , and You as well !
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My brother is having some respiratory issues and was tested this past Tuesday. Still has not received his results. On the other hand, my brother-in-law, who has pneumonia, was tested this past Thurs. & received his results today. He's negative. I've not been around either one.
Hi Tracy,

It is my hope that both your brother and brother-in-law will be negative and to recover from their health concern... They are going to be in my prayers as I type this.

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Phil Schilke
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