Fingers crossed the virus will run its course by this summer. The question to me will there have been to much lost time missing out on spring/summer practices to safely play a season. Also their seems to be concern the virus could raise its ugly head during the normal flu season.
Today we are one day closer till life returns to normal, keep your head up. Go Bucks!!!
That’s the thing, you can “open” the country if you want. But if you have thousands of people dying in makeshift hospital tents the economy will continue to suffer. I am in total agreement that things can’t be shutdown forever. But until we begin to see things slow down in terms of infections and deaths we have very few other options. Once we are on the right side of the curve I can understand trying to “open” things back up.
That’s what I was going to say. DeWine and Ohio have been out in front of this thing as well as any state. But football won’t be on bases on Ohio’s timeline. It will be based on the country’s timeline, with the worst being the defining timeline.
Heck of a commitment video there, Go Bucks!!!
That’s were I’m at as well. Last recession caused me my job. I am now working in a hospital that just implemented furloughs. I was lucky and as of now my job wasn’t included. But with the state implemented surgery and clinic visits being canceled and the fact that the virus hasn’t hit, my hospital is down 50-60%. Hopefully things go back to normal once this is over but who knows. Would feel pretty dumb to blow that check and need it in a month or two.
If you want to know how Ohio has done take a look at Louisiana. My understanding is that both states confirmed their first case on the same day. Ohio has a population almost 3 times Louisiana’s, while Louisiana has almost 6 times the amount of deaths. Yes there are tons of factors, but Dewine and his administration should get some serious credit for putting the health of Ohioans first.
Me and the wife both work in hospitals so business as usual for the most part. Did score two packs of TP so that was sweet.
So I guess I now know why I can’t find any TP
But for real, remember you don’t want all your healthcare workers wiping with their hand because they can’t buy any TP.
So far in have been trying to grab some take out from local family businesses and grabbing beer from some of the great breweries in Dayton. Over tipping as much as I can. Really feeling it for those in the service industry right now.
Depends on what your going after. Looking for the farmhouse type table? Ana White has a plan that is pretty popular and attainable with limit tools (pockethole jig would help). Little more advanced check out YouTube, tons of great information. But be prepared woodworking a can be an expensive hobby. I started wanting to build a coffee table. Now I have a garage full of lumber and spend by time trying to justify buying more tools
It could be an over reaction absolutely. But think about the NBA, the player who tested positive has played in 9 different arenas in the last week and a half. Meaning about 1/3 of the NBA was directly exposed and I am sure the majority could have been exposed second hand. The way this thing has been spreading there could be a large amount of players already exposed. These guys spend 60 minutes with close contact play which is the exact recipe for spreading the disease.
what’s important to remember if the measures that are being done have halted and mitigated the spread of the disease we may never know what could have happened if precautions were not made.
I say this is all seriousness. Get you me information off the CDC or WHO, not a message board when it comes to stuff like this. Especially if you are older and immunodeficient.
In all fairness I think sports (professional and college) is keeping many people like myself paying for some form of cable or streaming. But yes, it is ridiculous expensive and they continue to piece mail it out (Big 10 Network, Longhorn Network, YES Networks, NFL network, etc).
That’s my thought. Shit happens, maybe he was unprepared, maybe he was confused. Let’s be honest there are a lot of prospects at the combine. Doubling down on your obviously wrong questioning that’s taking it to a whole other level.
I am currently watching Better Call Saul on AMC, which I guess Hulu doesn’t carry. So once that is over I will evaluate my situation.
I read the story. Whose ever behind it makes no difference to me. I pay money to YouTube TV to watch sports, if they don’t provide I will go elsewhere.
I emailed to express my frustration and explained I would be canceling. They didn’t seem to think anything was coming soon, or that’s at least how I interpreted the response.
This is a positive aspect of having a service that doesn’t have a contract or hardware to install. We just cancel when we want. If YouTube TV doesn’t figure it out I will cancel after Better Call Saul finishes abs baseball season starts.
Too soon, Cries on the inside
Who is the fucking clown?? I love the response.
I literarily only have YouTube TV so I can watch sports. If they do away with those channels I will do away with their service. I personally don’t care whose fault it is (YouTube TV or FSN).
This is what cracks me up. The only thing that the world powers can agree on is to trick the entire population that the world is flat......
I use Capital One 360 for some savings (emergency fund, Xmas savings, vacation savings). It’s not a bad deal, though I’m they have lowered my interest rates a bit I believe. It is definitely set up for long term savings, that you don’t to risk in the market. It takes a few days to get your cash, to reflect a deposit. They also mention that if you withdraw to often they could cancel your account. I haven’t had that happen but I don’t withdraw money very often.