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A wise man once said:

The cure CANNOT be worse than the virus! 

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1 hour ago, marf said:

Having worked in kitchens. I'm not sure that it is a good idea getting take out. People think kitchens and the staff are way cleaner than they actually are. Especially something like a salad? Forget it. Kitchens are always hot, dirty. messy. You get in the weeds and you don't give a fuck about anything but getting the order out.... 

Yeah i can confirm this... Here on the ship i often go to the kitchen to get food for the cast and it is indeed a disgusting place... No gloves, no hand washing, people coughing and sneezing in uncovered plates with food... A lot of times I'm eating and i have a hard time trying not to think about it... 

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I think a skip to dishes for snacks would be a really great idea right about now...

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1 hour ago, Tim_J said:

Yeah i can confirm this... Here on the ship i often go to the kitchen to get food for the cast and it is indeed a disgusting place... No gloves, no hand washing, people coughing and sneezing in uncovered plates with food... A lot of times I'm eating and i have a hard time trying not to think about it... 

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New cases between yesterday and today in Canada spiked by by over 300%.  They dropped 50% between Sun and Mon, so I was hopeful we might be on a decline.  But no, that was just the calm before the storm apparently.  I wonder why there would be such a wild shift in the pattern like that - biggest drop off followed up immediately with the biggest jump.  My first thought was people going back to work on Mon, but that wouldn't be it unless symptoms were visible overnight... which I'm pretty sure is not how these things work.  So... weird, and alarming.

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Yes. I worked in kitchens for my livelihood for nearly a decade, and I can also confirm all of this. Just humans serving humans; it’s no different seeing strangers working hard in front or strangers working hard in the back. 

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3 hours ago, prdctvsm said:

nice one:)

 

The Dance of R

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University of Sydney modeling (albeit not rigorously peer-reviewed just yet) shows that apparently 8 of 10 Australians complying with simply staying home may flatten the curve into controllable territory over 3 months. 70% compliance will result in failure to flatten the curve. 90% compliance would come close to eliminating the threat. Closing schools will ultimately have negligible impact on all this.

So yeah, hopefully 3/4s of us at least are strictly following self-isolating advice.

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4 hours ago, Mesh Gear Fox said:

this is probably the biggest case of trump being dangerously stupid in the most literal way

remember when republicans were crowing about dems wanting death panels...

I don’t believe that he is stupid. I believe that he is a monster of a person that A) is so fully self-absorbed/narcissistic that he truly could care less to get details correct and to even entertain a moment’s thought that isn’t 100% about himself being the best at everything... B) is so thoroughly corrupt and shady that he can’t operate on any other level than conning the fuck out of everyone he comes into contact with... and C) has been coddled to so relentlessly for his entire life on such an absurd scale that his comprehension of reality is deeply, tragically distorted. 

If he was actually stupid, I don’t think he would be as successful as a con man. He continues to be an incredibly successful con artist. 
He’s the worst. I hope he and all of the soulless slimebags in the RNC get this fucking virus in their daily golden shower circle jerk meeting and die a painful death. 

 

 

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wtf

super-glitches

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On 3/22/2020 at 10:35 PM, diatoms said:
On 3/22/2020 at 10:26 PM, Enthusiast said:

Investigate 3/11

someone investigate my total

reputation

please

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9 minutes ago, diatoms said:

someone investigate my total

reputation

please

 

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Haha, haven't heard that song in a while:)

saw them at sandstone amphitheater

Bonner Springs, Kansas

June 08, 1996

before I ever puffed or drank, Ha!

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So, our contracts will effective conclude today. We will be  entitled  to 30  days  of  pay  from  March  25.  The company will  provide  us with  a  flight  home  and a  return  ticket  when  it  is  time  to  come  back  to  work.  However,  if  it’s  not possible  to  secure  flights  home  due  to  travel  restrictions  –  or  if we have any  concerns  about returning  home  –  we are  welcome  to  stay  on  board  as  non-working  crew with  access  to  accommodations,  food,  medical  assistance  and  WIFI  at  no  cost... 

I choose to stay... 

8 minutes ago, diatoms said:

Haha, haven't heard that song in a while:)

saw them at sandstone amphitheater

Bonner Springs, Kansas

June 08, 1996

before I ever puffed or drank, Ha!

I remember having that cd on repeat and yeah no drink or puff... Innocence... 

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3 hours ago, apriorion said:

Yes. I worked in kitchens for my livelihood for nearly a decade, and I can also confirm all of this. Just humans serving humans; it’s no different seeing strangers working hard in front or strangers working hard in the back. 

A decade ago I used to manage a pub (a fancy one). I noticed one chef was constantly playing with his balls. Had to literally shout at him to get him to wash his hands, which I did every time I caught him with his hands down his pants.

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4 hours ago, luke viia said:

QFT

Any kitchen I've ever worked in this behaviour would get you sacked.  Generally speaking the 3 kitchens I've worked in are far cleaner than me cooking at home. Food sanitizer on stainless steel surfaces every few minutes, gloves for any wet food contact, separate fridges and work spaces to avoid cross contamination. 

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I worked in  a high end restaurant in Buckhead

that made millions no joke

the dinning room flooded with sewage

from a backed up drain

they used a vacuum hose to transfer it out the back into the street

cleaned and opened up

no more than an hour after they finished

get that food cooking

cover up the smell

the dish pit was always flooded

in july (hotlanta, yikes) the air conditioning broke and they didn't fix it for a month

just brought in a huge fan

sweat, sweat everywhere

I talked to this guy who cleaned air ducts

said he would absolutely never eat in a restaurant after what he saw

I never eat out

but I only eat organic

organic restaurants hard to find in ireland

so I'm always cooking my meals at home:)

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Nothing really beats home cooking.

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55 minutes ago, pcock said:

Any kitchen I've ever worked in this behaviour would get you sacked.  Generally speaking the 3 kitchens I've worked in are far cleaner than me cooking at home. Food sanitizer on stainless steel surfaces every few minutes, gloves for any wet food contact, separate fridges and work spaces to avoid cross contamination. 

 

Yep, same here. My boss was a Michelin starred chef who owned and ran his own businesses in Cheltenham.

But then, as with most things, there are kitchens, and Kitchens.  He was meticulously clean.

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No one really beats into home cooking 

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Cooking up a hello.

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36 minutes ago, Stickfigger said:

No one really beats into home cooking 

you hit the nail on the head

they add it

 

'Can Adding Semen—Yes, Semen—To Your Smoothie Really Protect Against A Cold Or Flu?'

https://www.prevention.com/food-nutrition/a20489529/adding-semen-to-your-smoothies/

 

 

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so far this is a better page than the last few

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4 hours ago, Soloman Tump said:

 

Yep, same here. My boss was a Michelin starred chef who owned and ran his own businesses in Cheltenham.

But then, as with most things, there are kitchens, and Kitchens.  He was meticulously clean.

GCHQ spook moonlighting?

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