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Grayfox54

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    Bartlett, TN
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  1. So far, I'm doing just fine. There's something to be said for being single and having grown kids.
  2. Although I'm not a big fan of the AR, I might just buy one of these.
  3. Born and raised in Memphis back when it was a great city. But it has changed a lot since those days. Got out about 28 years ago and have never regretted it. Just moved right next door, but its like a whole 'nother world. I'll readily admit that Memphis does have some truly wonderful people. Its the other 99% that give it a bad name.
  4. I'm retired so its no big deal for me. However, younger son has been furloughed for at least the next two weeks. Older son was a contract IT guy in a factory. One of the workers caught the virus, the placed closed down and now his job has been eliminated. They say he'll be rehired when they get back to work. But basically, he's unemployed.
  5. Welcome! I love a lady that takes responsibility for her own safety. Sounds like you're off to a good start. Hang around and join in the various discussions. We could often use a woman's point of view. And don't pay too much mind to us grumpy, opinionated, old farts. As Raoul pointed out, we're actually pretty harmless.
  6. Yes, long term effects must be considered. In my wife's case it wasn't the disease that killed her. It was the side effects of the meds to cure the disease that eventually got her. However, it did buy her eight more years. It would be a shame if they came up with a vaccine only to have people dying from it a few years down the road.
  7. I'll take it. But remember, they're saying it can take between 12-18 months to develop one. If and when they find a vaccine, the whole world is gonna want it right now! Then there's the time to make enough to meet the demand. So I'm thinking it may be up to two years before us average folks can get it.
  8. The under 40 group aren't immune to the virus, they simply have the best chance of surviving it without becoming seriously ill. They do however, have the best possibility of becoming carriers and spreading it.
  9. That's my thought. When a person coughs or sneezes, they can spray a fine mist of bodily fluids up to what? About 10 feet? Having a mask on would catch most of that. Thus limiting the spread.
  10. Not just my first, but my only AR. S&W M&P-15 with only minor mods. I did recently install a LaRue trigger, but didn't get to the range before they closed it down. Honestly, I'm not a fan. I only bought this one because at the time the "BAN 'EM" crowd was all worked up again. I got one just to piss 'em off.
  11. Yep, I lost a filling a week or so back and it was becoming a problem. Got right in to my dentist and the only ones there were me, him and the receptionist.
  12. Oh, I completely agree on that. This virus will go down in history not because of the death toll, but for the economic toll its taken on our entire world. But at this point there's little we can do about it.
  13. Exactly. Something is indeed better than nothing. And it does make people feel a little better. But I do think that the real purpose is to keep the virus in rather than out.
  14. Ok, so now they're saying that the general public should wear even a make shift mask? A virus is one of the smallest living things on this planet. Ordinary masks can't completely stop it. They may catch some of the virus, but some will get through anyway simply because the filtering material isn't fine enough to completely catch something this small. That's why medical professionals have to have N-95 or better masks. I believe that the purpose of recommending home made masks isn't to prevent you from getting the virus, its to prevent asymptomatic people from spreading it.

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