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Re: What's to chat about?

#1276 Post by Bruce Weldy »

Tom Smit wrote: Wed Feb 07, 2024 10:32 pm Deleted the original post in case some might have found it upsetting.
Don't know what you deleted, but I've never seen you post anything that could even mildly be considered upsetting.

Except that time you called me a fat, bald, redneck jackass from Texas.....but, since it's true - I guess I can't complain.....

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Bruce Weldy wrote: Thu Feb 08, 2024 6:03 pm
Tom Smit wrote: Wed Feb 07, 2024 10:32 pm Deleted the original post in case some might have found it upsetting.
Don't know what you deleted, but I've never seen you post anything that could even mildly be considered upsetting.

Except that time you called me a fat, bald, redneck jackass from Texas.....but, since it's true - I guess I can't complain.....
Hahahahaha! I don't remember that!!!!! :lol:
What I had posted worked for me successfully, but, some people may consider it "misinformation".
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Bruce Weldy wrote: Thu Feb 08, 2024 6:03 pm
Tom Smit wrote: Wed Feb 07, 2024 10:32 pm Deleted the original post in case some might have found it upsetting.
Don't know what you deleted, but I've never seen you post anything that could even mildly be considered upsetting.
This.

Bruce, I know this is hard to envision but there may be a darker side to our friendly Tom that we have never been aware of :lol:
Except that time you called me a fat, bald, redneck jackass from Texas.....but, since it's true - I guess I can't complain.....
:loler:
Where can I complain about the coffee that just went all over my screen and keyboard?

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#1279 Post by Bruce Weldy »

AntonZ wrote: Fri Feb 09, 2024 4:53 am
Where can I complain about the coffee that just went all over my screen and keyboard?
You know I have Covid.....you shouldn't be reading my posts without a mask on....

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Good point :cowboy:

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#1281 Post by Rich4349 »

Bruce Weldy wrote: Fri Feb 09, 2024 12:20 pm You know I have Covid.....you shouldn't be reading my posts without a mask on....
It seems like 75% of the people I know have had it in the past month, if not currently.
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Rich4349 wrote: Sat Feb 10, 2024 11:12 am
Bruce Weldy wrote: Fri Feb 09, 2024 12:20 pm You know I have Covid.....you shouldn't be reading my posts without a mask on....
It seems like 75% of the people I know have had it in the past month, if not currently.
Interesting, but I tested positive last Tuesday. My wife has tested twice (including this morning) and she's still negative. No change in our regular routine. Still sleep in the same bed, etc. Same happened the second time I had it. She never got it.

However, I did get her the first time. :mrgreen:

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I will say that I have never tested for it. BTW, oranges have tested positive.
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#1284 Post by Bruce Weldy »

Tom Smit wrote: Sat Feb 10, 2024 10:38 pm I will say that I have never tested for it. BTW, oranges have tested positive.
Well, I've always been a redhead, but I guess orange is more descriptive of my hair in my early years. :cowboy:

After the first round, I've been able to predict the second and third round before testing. It just feels different than anything I've ever had. Fortunately, I didn't lose my sense of taste like I did the first time. That was truly weird. It wasn't that I couldn't taste anything at all, everything just tasted strange and different.

I started Paxlovid immediately and the symptoms have been pretty mild so far. But, that stuff gets in your system and you can taste it 24/7. But, just took my last dose. Hopefully, tomorrow that taste will be out of my mouth and I'll keep feeling better. Two shows next weekend - gotta' be better. Rock and Roll waits for no man!

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Re: What's to chat about?

#1285 Post by Tom Smit »

I have had good success with Ivermectin. When I felt like a bad cold was coming on, lungs feeling tight, well, then I had some. Within hours the lungs loosened up and the coughs became productive.
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Tom Smit wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 12:08 am ...and the coughs became productive.
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Re: What's to chat about?

#1287 Post by Bruce Weldy »

Came across this yesterday.....pretty profound. I'm definitely not an audiophile. Are you?
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#1288 Post by Seth »

I agree, profound. Upon a brief moment of introspection, I definitely do both. I can relate to "using your music to listen to my system". However, I would never consider myself an audiophile in the traditional sense. The traditional audiophile plight is a fools errand in this day and age.
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