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I mark this as the post where this thread turned negative. Let’s bend the curve.

It’s only a short matter of time before hand sanitizer production ramps up enough so that these guys can go back to making booze! Booze!
Hey! The likker stores and beer stores are still open!!!! And they carry the local craft products toooooooooo!!!!
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No sports means tons of deferred yard work is happening all over the neighborhood. Even the messiest house (not saying it's mine) will look nice.
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Some of the temporary positive impact on green house gas emissions may be long lasting.
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Twin city grocery stores are giving their employees raises

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Grocery stores are giving workers more pay because of the extra work and rising sales as shoppers stock up and hunker down to slow coronavirus.
Cub, Jerry’s Foods and Kowalski’s said they instituted $2 per hour raises plus double-time compensation for overtime.
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I saw graphs showing that the US is the fastest to 24,000 cases of any country in the world. So, at least the rest of the world is doing relatively better at this.
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I saw graphs showing that the US is the fastest to 24,000 cases of any country in the world. So, at least the rest of the world is doing relatively better at this.
Not such a positive post, unless this is a WE'RE #1 post.

Or you misinterpreted the thread title, and wanted to talk about being diagnosed Positive COVID.

Oh, I see. The US is boosting the morale of the rest of the world. Got it.
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Watching 2012 on Netflix. What we’re going through is nowhere near as bad as that.
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1. Assume COVID > 19

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