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    That’s going to be awesome. I think I mentioned...

    That’s going to be awesome. I think I mentioned it before you got into cars and bought the race cart. A guy I work with started his son in go carts, then it was legend mini cars (Yamaha sport bike...
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    I’ll check the article when I get a chance. I...

    I’ll check the article when I get a chance. I herd talk of using digital coin tokens as a secure way to move money for things like real estate transactions the other day on noon business hour on the...
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    I just can’t bring myself to jump into that...

    I just can’t bring myself to jump into that market. I think the blockchain technology will be a major thing in the future, I just don’t see the value in the coins but I’ve never really studied it...
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    Been there myself. Also had a pheasant jump up as...

    Been there myself. Also had a pheasant jump up as I was zipping across a field full tilt on a 125 motocross bike. Hit me in the chest and nearly knocked me off the bike. Had a bruised chest/sternum....
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    Sounds like a win for you, lot of workers will be...

    Sounds like a win for you, lot of workers will be in there for that. In the area near where I grew up a huge corn ethanol plant was put in a decade ago. So now the farmers in that region are hard and...
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    We already peaked here by my evaluation of the...

    We already peaked here by my evaluation of the numbers trend. That said, the Omicron is still spreading like wildfire, just slowing down a little. As an example of the breadth of cases, my daughters...
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    My gym was pretty sparse on Saturday. We just had...

    My gym was pretty sparse on Saturday. We just had a vaccine mandate go into effect on 1/3, so that might have something to do with it. I boycotted them as long as I could stand it, but ended up...
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    Sorry for your loss NWG. Very true, it can be...

    Sorry for your loss NWG. Very true, it can be game over in an instant, we have to make every hour count in life and focus on the truly important things. I do think the fed will have to raise rates,...
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    Phosphorus is a nonrenewable resource. They had...

    Phosphorus is a nonrenewable resource. They had this issue figured out in the 1500s though with crop rotations. Corn takes a lot of nitrogen/phosphorus but if soybeans are planted the following year...
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    On spread. Sad to hear about the infants, but RSV...

    On spread. Sad to hear about the infants, but RSV is always a pretty significant risk in that demographic. If the case loads are high enough to transfer to other treatment centers that isn't good,...
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    That’ll never happen. The money is in the...

    That’ll never happen. The money is in the medicines. When our work test or vax mandate went into effect I was wondering if it was for “health and safety” why not mandate a healthy body composition...
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    No doubt the state schools get some favors. Did...

    No doubt the state schools get some favors. Did they still have the big Halloween bash when you went? Neat area down there, should build a wall somewhere near Springfield and Southern IL should join...
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    But the vaccine is clearly not working now, so...

    But the vaccine is clearly not working now, so why not just go the NAI route instead of pushing for more useless boosters?
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    Yep I work with a guy that grew up somewhere in...

    Yep I work with a guy that grew up somewhere in the east (Singapore maybe?) and same thing, they have wore masks for a long time due to particulate. He went back a few years ago and said being...
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    Wow had no idea other than production and...

    Wow had no idea other than production and development. I did watch a documentary on their hydroelectric. They have a lot of natural geology / topography that makes that an easy decision, but they...
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    I wasn’t even aware China was actually trying to...

    I wasn’t even aware China was actually trying to do anything green, other than lip service to placate other governments. They run a lot the country’s energy supply on the dirtiest types of coal...
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    Kind of makes me wonder where it is going....

    Kind of makes me wonder where it is going. Aluminum is one of things that is far cheaper to recycle than to mine. I think more people recycle aluminum in general. Where is it all going? Fauci and...
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    Aluminum shortage is global. Not sure why. I had...

    Aluminum shortage is global. Not sure why. I had to wait 8 months for some aluminum breathing air cylinders I had on order for work. Kept getting emails from my rep at the company that they literally...
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    Ours seems to be back to normal now more or less....

    Ours seems to be back to normal now more or less. Now they are having an over abundance of high end meat wherever they keep that. Evidently Chicago vaccine mandate reduced restaurant needs for meat...
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    As a golden retriever you will like the doc. My...

    As a golden retriever you will like the doc. My wife’s mom watches our dog when we go on little multi day trips to places he can’t go with. She tells us that nearly every time he starts getting...
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