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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by boatme98, Mar 17, 2020.
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Pretty sure there aren't any cooties out there.
Went out and got these yesterday at the LGS and added them to my rifle.
Day 6- had to agree to spot the cat a knight. Plays well for novice, but keeps hiding pawns in the litter box.
I am reloading. Loaded 150 357 mag yesterday. Prepping 350 more cases.
Teach the cats chess - there's an idea!
Drive-in theaters make a comeback amid coronavirus
"...As businesses nationwide struggle to survive amid the growing coronavirus pandemic, drive-in theaters in Florida are thriving.
At the Ocala Drive-In, owner John Watzke said moviegoers are packing the lots in front of his two 90-foot screens as if every weeknight has become a Friday or Saturday evening.
“For this time of year, business is over double what it normally is,” Watzke told The Post Friday. “Right now, almost every night is the equivalent of a weekend here. We’ve had a very large increase in attendance because it’s such a safe place to go.”
Cars at the drive-in are now placed up to 12 feet apart to assuage any coronavirus concerns — up to six times the distance they were previously spaced out, Watzke said.
“When you park your vehicle, you definitely have that social distance,” he said. “And people can pick up concessions at a window or they can order online.”..."
"...“People can come to the drive-in, you sit in there with your family and your vehicle becomes an extension of your living room,” Watzke told The Post. “So if you can sit in the house all day with them, why can’t you sit in a car and watch a movie with them?”
Prices at the drive-in — where showings Friday include “Sonic the Hedgehog” and “Bloodshot” — remain unchanged despite the surge in ticket sales. Adults are still $6, children are $3 and anyone 5 or under is free, Watzke said.
Other drive-in theaters throughout Florida are also finding ways to navigate their new business realities, including at Chip Sawyer’s Silver Moon Drive-In in Lakeland and Joy-Lan Drive-In in Dade City, the Orlando Sentinel reports...."
Challenge: disassemble and reassemble a Hi-Point
Miami records its first coronavirus death amid fears it could become the nation's new hotspot: Boyfriend pays tribute to his partner, age 40, who fell ill after attending a dance party on the beach
Israel Carreras, 40, died Friday due to complications from coronavirus
The warehouse worker fell ill after attending a dance party on Miami Beach earlier this month
I did 100 .30 carbine...
Since Wednesday I have:
Equipped a home office, so I can work form home for the next three weeks;
Wired a trailer light hookup on my tiny truck;
Cleaned up around the place:
hauled the trailer load of stuff from the clean-up to the dump;
Started installing a new light fixture.
This wasn't what I had in mind when I said we needed a new plague. I was really hoping for a disease that just killed stupid people.