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Showing content with the highest reputation on 03/13/2020 in all sections

  1. I just went to the grocery store to get some stir fry noodles and people have lost their fucking minds. As soon as I got into the middle of the store people started hacking and sneezing all out in the open like they have no fucking home training. I probably have this shit now. Pray for me y'all.
    4 points
  2. But I finally got my plywood back after months so I will be able to paint in my yard at least. I am pretty excited.
    4 points
  3. My school is canceled for corona
    4 points
  4. Things i think of while in the shower.. these people fighting over and buying up all water probably the same type of mother fuckers that been passing by that water for years while slugging back 12 pack after 12 pack of soda.
    3 points
  5. On the real, I sincerely hope everyone, especially the community here and the rest of the friends and family we all care about, that if nothing else, take this as a lesson as to your personal situation / stability. Some of you have lived through earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, massive fires, etc... Sometimes the crisis is localized to just you, like losing a job or waking up to find out you have cancer. Whether zombies somehow walk the earth or you figure out you have something as significant as cancer, its a massively life affecting event that to you, might feel something like an apocalypse. When the event affects more than just you, it compounds a lot of that mess, and when it literally affects the entire world, well fuck... I suppose we see what we're seeing. Best thing you can do, whether it comes to be or not, is solidify your position. What that means to you, is a personal choice. Not saying all of you should doomsday bunker yourself, but having a stash of cash, food and whatever you need to bail out in a hurry or enough resource to not have to leave your home for a couple weeks is just common freakin sense and a really good idea. You all remember how much it sucks to depend on your parents, but at least they're generally looking out for your best interest. Depending on strangers to do the same is plain fuckin stupid and as we've seen time and time again, a really bad plan. Most of you can't stand Trump, so why put yourself in a position of depending on his administration to do right by you? Even if you somehow love the fuckin guy, you're a straight dumbass if you forfeit your resiliency and independence thinking him and his band of ass clowns in Washington DC are there to take care of you. So whether hoarding toilet paper is your plan or building an offgrid mansion is your thing, just take all this as an opportunity to sort of wake up and assess how well you can manage when shit goes side ways on you. Do what you got to do, be honest with yourself, assess your situation and put effort at making your little corner of the earth as solid, safe and comfortable as it can be because sooner or later, some shit will pop up that really disrupts your life in a huge way. Don't make that situation harder than it needs to be. Not saying to live your life fearful, but hedge your fuckin bets. ***This has been a 12oz PSA***
    3 points
  6. I just got told I can work from home until the 27th. Sick. 2 weeks of never putting pants on.
    3 points
  7. You'll be fine. You have your entire rest of your life to do crazy stuff. This is temporary and your mom has your best interest in mind.
    3 points
  8. This is me at work. And I ain’t even mad.
    3 points
  9. Top one was a request, below a quick outline and shaded 3D
    3 points
  10. I'm gonna start telling people I ran out of toilet paper and hand sanitizer after I shake their hand.
    2 points
  11. This is government in general. Only thing they're good at is spending tax payer dollars. Personally, I don't disagree with him disbanding the segment of the National Security Council responsible for pandemics. Apparently that department was something like 200 people when you count their aides. Obviously, having the ability to address such a situation is important, but considering the budgets and charter for the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention coupled with USAMRIID (United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases) and the size of the USA government in general (Approximately 2 million people according to one of the few sources I can even find that details it)... It's a fucking embarrassment that those ass clowns can't sort this out. In fact, it should be considered criminal and though it'll never happen, the American people should conduct a thorough review and clean the slate on both sides of the aisle. This isn't about Trump, this about Washington DC and their long and storied track record of being irresponsible with tax payer money through sheer inefficiency. That didn't start with Trump and my thought on the subject is a whole shitload of them, hundreds of thousands, if not a million+ should be fired. I get that we live in a huge (both socially and geographically) country... But you don't need to 2 million federal employees, plus legions of private contractors, plus an entire military to manage the affairs of a Nation. It's become cliche to say if the government had to play by the same rules as businesses, they'd be out of business over night. That said, I also hope people take this as a lesson in that you simply can't trust government to look out for you, whether 'your guy' occupies the oval office or lost the run to it. Considering half the country simply cannot stand Trump as a human being, why the hell would you be looking at him, let alone depending on him, for anything? Why is anyone surprised, knowing how well we care for our military veterans, that the government would be incompetent at managing the health services and care of the entire rest of the population that is exponentially larger? What can anyone even point to that government is awesome at? War maybe... Even that is being increasingly offloaded to private contractors and we all know that it only works cause they essentially have a limitless budget. That in itself is reason enough to get your shit together and think through the vulnerabilities that exist in your life. Sucks to say it but this is a gigantic case of 'you made your bed, not you have to sleep in it'. I really hope this thing blows over (unlikely) and that regardless of how it pans out, that people take a long hard look at themselves, their priorities and how they invest their time, energy and focus (even more unlikely) and start realizing that government is the problem and not the solution. *end of rant*
    2 points
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  13. Could this be the catalyst for college kids evolving from playing Beer pong to Beirut? More at 8.
    2 points
  14. Yikes @abrasivesaint stay safe out there. Not sure what that means as it seems breathing and not self isolating in your career field are sort of required. My city and county declared emergencies. My college is extending spring break, it seems like all across the nation are. I'm pretty sure the construction industry will go on without acknowledging the panic, for better or worse I don't know. I may pick up some extra foodstuffs today. No extra toilet paper. And certainly no extra soap because I'm not a fucking animal and already own soap for washing my hands.
    2 points
  15. how you doing? @Moe Szyslak
    2 points
  16. If I had coronavirus right now I'd take every piece of junk mail that has that business reply/no stamp needed envelope, cough in it, and send it back.
    2 points
  17. Sexual abuse is what he’s describing
    2 points
  18. Ink to Skin, art reception this afternoon.
    2 points
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