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John Morris

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  1. Our county is opening up! Indoor dining and gyms and much more opening today, great news!
  2. Aint that the truth, never use anti virus on any of our laptops or desktops, just use the default Windows defender and haven't had any issues, sometimes randomly I'll run Malwarebytes just to clean up the little stuff. Norton, all of it, just bogs down a PC and conflicts with things.
  3. Christmas already! Yipeee, I love Christmas!
  4. Thanks for the tip Peter, I'll let the family know. 😊
  5. Does that protect them from you, you from them? Or both. Sorry for the survey questions.😄
  6. Aaron, are they used on the patients face, or the care providers face, or both?
  7. CDC explanation. "An N95 FFR is a type of respirator which removes particles from the air that are breathed through it. These respirators filter out at least 95% of very small (0.3 micron) particles. N95 FFRs are capable of filtering out all types of particles, including bacteria and viruses.Aug 8, 2020" The manufacturer of the masks states they are ineffective with kids, the mask will not seal around their faces.
  8. That's true Gene, unfortunately they drove the boat during this whole crisis, and we shut down a nation over their data. Sheesh, hey, not saying it wasn't necessary, but just think about it, we shut down a nation over CDC data! Next thing to come out, masks aren't effective? After all Dr. Fauci in the beginning told us with out a doubt as sure as the sun rises and sets, that masks don't work. Little sidebar comment here, with our fires in our state and all the heavy particulates with ash in the air, our local health officials are telling us the masks we wear for Covid won't help with filtering ash and other heavy particles, uh, wait a minute, you are telling us that the Covid masks won't filter out see-able, viewable particulates, but those same masks will filter out the invisible Covid19? WHAT! Talk about a confusing message.
  9. News report again this morning, CDC removed off it's website that "Covid can be transmitted via airborne means", they stated that it was never fully reviewed and more research needs to be performed. My kids 11th grade Bio Med class could've figured this out months ago for the CDC.
  10. Happy Birthday Dave!!!!

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      John Morris

      Right on man! So what'd ya pick this year?

    3. CDave


      Got a new bench top disc\belt sander love it

    4. John Morris

      John Morris

      Awesome Craig! Have fun with it and I hope to see any project you come up with. :)

  11. Thanks a ton Aaron, appreciate that greatly, you are right, it's wonderful he even feels like working with the ol man at this point, but hey, Covid does have it's benefits. If it weren't for that he'd be out with his buddies around town riling up folks and starting a game of B-Ball at the local park. I'll take it however I can get it at this point, if he has his way, I got him for another two years, then he's gone. The last of my chicks.
  12. John Morris

    Pet Humor

    Here's the real story behind that meme I put up above. Watch it to the end, he gets his!
  13. She knows what I am going to do before I do it at this point Gene! Been seeing black helo's over our home lately, hmmm.
  14. The dialects she says are hard Gunny, they are listening all day long to transmissions from Russian soldiers that were dropped in on over the years, everything was recorded by us, and our students today are learning how to hear, what to hear, and the differing dialects from those recorded spy drops, it's pretty fascinating. The learning to be Russian, well, that will probably never happen unless she stays in the Army for a lifetime and focuses the discipline and embedding herself in the culture. At this point, who knows if it's going to be a career or not. Since there are so many Russian/Americans who already know how to be Russian, it's highly unlikely our daughters skills will be used for anything other than spying on communications, and translating, and deciphering literature radio transmissions in a field environment. But hey, she sure sounds Russian to me at this point! You'd be proud of her Gunny!
  15. @Ron Dudelston that is a wonderful piece of work! You know I also noticed the saw horses too, those look very convenient and light, very nice sir.
  16. Just heard on the news the CDC pulled off their website that the virus is effective beyond 6 feet, they stated before that the virus can be catchy beyond the 6 foot, but now they back tracked. If I can find the blurb I'll post it, but really? That should be something easy to figure out early on right?
  17. Ya it's a bummer Tom, in that respect, we were also told we may not even know where she is for any given amount of time, she can go dark for periods of time, no phone calls or nothing. But hey, what we do for our awesome nation right! We are very proud of her indeed. And I will most certainly pass your pride on to her, she'll smile, this community is a part of their lives as much as it is mine, they don't come on here, but they know who you all are, I talk. You know, we gave our daughter to the Army, and all mama and I got for it was two ARMY T-shirts, I would have felt better about it if they threw in a couple coffee mugs!
  18. Tom, she loves it, thanks for asking. Still stationed at DLI in Monterey CA, it's a school of language, she's learning Russian and how to be Russian, we are very proud her, if all goes well she graduates early next year, then on to AIT in Texas to learn how to use the spy gear and radios, then on to her duty station. Being stationed in at Monterey, sheesh, what a gig!
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  20. That's how it is here in our district too Al, but our State won't let it happen, I don't how hard it can be to put proper precautions in place, but, rumor has it at least in our area, school will be reopening next semester, right after the Holidays. Can't wait, I know our son can't wait. And I know parents who were duel income before all this, but had to have one parent quit work in order to stay home with their child, they will be thankful too. Fortunately for us, we made a decision when we were married, mama would stay home with the kids, I'd work and bring it in, and she'd spend it. Thank God my wife is able to be home without it effecting our income.
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