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3/22/2020 11:21 PM
 

For those locked down I'm sure you've discovered lots of new uses for camping equipment at home. Nice to have, in a prepper kind of way.

Since I've been out of sanitizer for quite a while now in my car, and since soap is better anyway, it finally (doh!) dawned on me that I could do what I do when camping: carry the solar shower bag in the car (camping it goes at stops onto the dashboard to heat). Throw some soap and towel in there and I have a solution (literally) to wash hands after interacting with possibly infected stuff (it's amazing how much stuff like that is out there).

 
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7/1/2021 1:07 PM
 
EzekielGavin wrote:

For those locked down I'm sure you've discovered lots of new uses for camping equipment at home. Nice to have, in a prepper kind of way.

Since I've been out of sanitizer for quite a while now in my car, and since soap is better anyway, it finally (doh!) dawned on me that I could do what I do when camping: carry the solar shower bag in the car (camping it goes at stops onto the dashboard to heat). Throw some soap and towel in there and I have a solution (literally) to wash hands after interacting with possibly infected stuff (it's amazing how much stuff like that is out there).

Good point. Of course, it is best to stay indoors, but if we MUST interact with other humans, soap and water for 30 seconds or more is excellent. It is ideal to wash your face as well

 
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7/2/2021 9:50 AM
 
"Best to stay indoors..."

Uh, why?
 
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7/3/2021 11:24 AM
 
El Mac wrote:
"Best to stay indoors..."

Uh, why?
 
Brainwashing.  I had COVID last NOV.  I have the bloodwork (antibodies) to prove it.  No BS nasal swab.  I actually may have had it FEB of 2020.  Both episodes were "the flu".  Nothing more, nothing less. I  Got over it.  All those stressed of "the flu" need to get over it...

 

 
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7/3/2021 11:34 AM
 
TAK, agreed.
Had it as well. Hell, I didn't even realize I had it. Couple of days of sniffles and a nap a day and it was done. WTF? I've had tequila hangovers that made that "Covid" look like child's play.

And yes, I realize some have it much worse for whatever reason. But by and large, that's a fraction of a percentage point.

Covid is largely a scam.
 
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8/4/2021 3:27 PM
 

Covid is largely a scam.

Not at all. It was, and is for *many* people (look, .02 percent of 6 billion is MANY people) a deadly or near deadly disease. 

SARS-CoV-2 is still undergoing mutation, and where it ends up is anybodies guess. 

What is an utter scam is how the Media, Elected officials and the a**** bureacrats responded to it. In the long term that will be more deaths, more pain and more suffering. 

What is even more sad was the absolute fear that the American people allowed into their hearts. 

We're heading for a second or third round of lockdowns as the Feds continue the hysteria over the "Delta" variant, a mutated version even *less* deadly than the original 

 
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