knew something like this was going to happen

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by W.T. Sherman, Apr 8, 2020.

  1. W.T. Sherman

    W.T. Sherman Well-Known Member

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  2. Hookeye

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    COVID a lesser excuse.
    Not worth mentioning IMHO.
    That cheating stuff still the biggie.
     

  3. Rentacop

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    I don't understand this . I'm stuck here alone . I don't feel like hurting anyone . While it is easier to manage alone right now, on an emotional level, having a woman here would be a great stress reliever ( even my ex ! ) .
     
  4. locutus

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    This will be an excuse, not a reason.

    Unless there is a pre-existing problem this will not cause a problem.
     
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    notice self promoting DV statement at the bottom of each newspeek media article...

    seems an odd coincident doesn't it???

    expect more DV self promotions like these two...

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    On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. unquote
    https://www.ncadv.org/statistics

    these stats are pre OMGoodness virus imposed quarantines...
    yet on the articles DV org are "only worried"...
     
  6. W.T. Sherman

    W.T. Sherman Well-Known Member

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    yeah you say that now, because you're all alone. but I bet you'll change your tune if you are going to be cooped with her 24/7 for god knows for how long, and the stress of that goes way up, she'll eventually get on your nerves or you'll get on her nerves.

    yep, can see the headline now

    WOMAN SHOOTS AND KILLS EX-HUSBAND BECAUSE HE WAS BLINKING TOO LOUDLY

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  7. freefall

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    My primitive box won't bring up your links, but I can say, If I had to cohabit with you I wouldn't need an excuse.
    8ios, Shermie.
     
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    It's been three weeks since I've seen most people I know locally. I haven't shaved nor had a haircut since "the order" came out. When I emerge, my appearance will be unlike my former self. Sorta like a cross between Gabby Hayes and Jack Nicholson in "The Shining". If anyone asks about "Management", I'd like to tell them we ran out of meat so I cooked her in the back yard and pull out a handful of deer jerky for them to try.

    Truth be known, if you see no more of my posts, she finally did me in.
     
  10. Ghost1958

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    Wish I had my wife here with me.

    That said they can stuff their " orders" .
    If I need to go I go. I was alot more careful before my wife passed than now.

    98% of people who catch this "new virus" have a fairly mild run and recover.

    It's being overblown and used in classic never let a crisis go to waste fashion.
     
  11. Rentacop

    Rentacop Well-Known Member

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    I re-read it and this is recent . The dates check out .
     
  12. Oldoutlaw

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    OK, I know you have to be grief stricken, but your post is BS! Period. I suggest you knock it off Ghost. If not, our prayers for you now will have to change.
     
  13. Rentacop

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    just implemented in France. There, Marlène Schiappa, the minister for equality between men and women, is overseeing a program that has made 20,000 hotel rooms available for women fleeing violence. The program acknowledges that a pandemic that forces people into their homes leaves thousands of women and children vulnerable.
    https://www.thenation.com/article/society/domestic-violence-coronavirus/

    The Coronavirus anxiety came to a head this weekend in Loveland when a father was arrested.
    Loveland police say a argument started in the 1800 block of East 11th Street when a father wanted to take his son to the bank. The child's mother did not think it would be a good idea because of the risk of Coronavirus exposure.
    A fight ensued between the parents in which the father was arrested for allegedly kicking the mother in the ribs. The mother allegedly endangered the child during the struggle, she was issued a citation and will have to appear in court.
    Loveland Man Arrested Over Coronavirus Related Domestic Violence | https://newcountry991.com/loveland-man-arrested-over-coronavirus-related-domestic-violence/
     
  14. sheriffjohn

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    Went in to town to get meds. Ran into one of my Lodge brothers. He looks worse than me. Man bun on a bald 70 - year old with a white goatee made me forget my plan. Apparently home made virus masks are not chick magnets.
     
  15. Oldoutlaw

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    Know what you mean for sure today. We had to go to Walmart for a big grocery list.
    BUT, we order online now a day. They pick order, load in back, and nor nearer than 5-6 feet from our partially opened window. Really a GREAT SERVICE for us!!!

    However, the home made masks or the fashion masks were evident on folks going into and out of the store. I could not hardly believe the number of women of ALL ages who wore the flowered, psychedelic, and ridiculous worthless face masks. Some homemade by the looks, others probably off ebay or amazon. All I saw were ages perhaps 40, but mostly under in years of age.

    Yet, in our State and that County, Covid is blowing up and by about 30 to 40 % confirmed cases per day. UN-freaking real. Yet, men were wearing surgical or even a few N95 masks. No damxx wonder we have more women hospitalized and testing positive than men.
     
  16. freefall

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    I'm an "essential worker" in and out of peoples houses all day. Wearing a dust mask into most of them.
    Guy asked me yesterday, "You want me to put one on too?"
    I said "I don't care. I've had a good life and I'm well insured."
    He blinked a couple times and said "Well that's one way to look at it. Wouldn't you like a few months of retirement before you cash it in?"
    "Ah heck, I had a day off yesterday, by the time it was done I was ready to be dead."
     
  17. Ghost1958

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    Then change em. Period as you say.

    I still pray your wife has a different outcome than mine did. For both your sakes.



    They are using this germ to run America like a socialist nation and tossing the constitution out the window entirely

    And we are going along with it like a bunch of sheep.
    The flatten the curve politicians are destroying this nation until its becoming unrecognizable. And loving every second of it.
     
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  18. freefall

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    I still pray for your sorrows.
    And I think you're right about the trashing of our rights in the name of "safety".
    But I have 0 sympathy for your lack of TP. Buy it cheap and stack it deep!
     
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  19. Ghost1958

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    I think I've got 84 big rolls. Bought alot as wife got worse because I knew we were getting to the point I wouldn't be able to leave her long enough to go to town.
     
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