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    • #378512
      HassleCat
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      Washington Governor Jay Inslee dares to limit church services to 25 percent capacity or 200 people, whichever is less. I am amazed he would take on the churches in favor of the citizens. Wow! I will have to look and see if the casinos are open.

      https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/most-dangerous-public-health-day-in-over-100-years-inslee-announces-strict-covid-19-restrictions/ar-BB1b2e1D?ocid=msedgdhp

    • #378514
      Rocky
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      With his re-election in the books, he can afford to be more aggressive. The haters are still gonna hate him.

      I'm just tryin' to get by being quiet and shy,
      In a world full of pushin' and shove.

      Jimmy Buffett, "The Wino and I Know"

    • #378518
      jbnw
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      Limited faith-based organizations to a maximum of 25 people indoors or 50 people outdoors

      It’s through December 2nd – including Thanksgiving, of course.

      Full list, from https://govstatus.egov.com/or-covid-19/ , is

      Social Gatherings
      Limited to no more than 6 people total, from no more than 2 households – indoor and outdoor

      Limited faith-based organizations to a maximum of 25 people indoors or 50 people outdoors

      No Indoor visitation in long-term care facilities

      Businesses
      Work from home to the greatest extent possible and close offices to the public

      Restaurants are delivery and take-out only

      Grocery stores and pharmacies are limited to 75% capacity and should encourage curbside pick up

      Retail stores and malls (indoor and outdoor) are limited to 75% capacity and should encourage curbside pick up

      Must Close
      Gyms and fitness organizations

      Indoor recreational facilities, museums, indoor entertainment activities, and indoor pools and sports courts

      Zoos, gardens, aquariums, outdoor entertainment activities, and outdoor pools

      Venues that host or facilitate indoor or outdoor events

      • #378519
        HassleCat
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        The Pacific Northwest is not going to stand by and let the virus kill everybody.

    • #378524
      Cold Mountain Trail
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      good.  ideally, there would be nation-wide rules for the same period of time

       

      • #378571
        GZeusH
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        These are the Untied States, we only do the right thing when it’s the last thing to try.

    • #378590
      Cold Mountain Trail
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      OK, global rules.

      Think big.

    • #378607
      Snort McDork
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      We are in lock down here with damn near total shutdown of restaurants and grocery stores. Neighbor told me today that Wal-Fart (if you can believe it) is closed for 2 weeks as someone was infected there. And people are in panic mode again taking all the water, and yes TP-again. Can’t wait till I move back to Oregon where there is some common sense-instead of people here insisting they have to go to church to see Jesus. Sick puppies if you ask me.

      I'm Snort McDork and I approved this message.

      "I like birdy num-nums"

      • #378721
        Cold Mountain Trail
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        WA had a period when you couldn’t get any TP anywhere for love or money during the first panic, & I’d bet Ore did too.

        People are just as crazy in the pnw as anywhere — cause they’re humans

        • #378783
          jbnw
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          For that matter, it was a weird issue lots of places in the world – though a Russian friend told me it fully stocked and on the floor as well, as if to say Russia knows how to prepare.


          @coldmountaintrail

          • #378828
            ArtfromArk
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            There always seemed to be people standing in line to buy the stuff. I had two professors who visited the USSR in its waning days and both of them told me that the USSR economy in those days was focused mainly on producing industrial goods and nearly neglected common consumer goods, since manufacturing “industrial” goods (basically, Factory A making widgets for Factory B, Factory B making doohickeys for Factory C, and so on) added much more to the mystical GDP than low-priced consumer goods did.

            “There’s a new spirit abroad in the land. The old days of ‘grab and greed’ are on their way out. We’re beginning to think of what we owe the other fellow, not just what we’re compelled to give him. The time’s coming… when we shan’t be able to fill our bellies in comfort while others go hungry, sleep in warm beds while others shiver in the cold.... And God willing, we’ll live to see that day…” Basil Rathbone,"Sherlock Holmes Faces Death" (Universal 1943)

    • #378704
      Ohio Barbarian
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      In fact, church services were limited to ten people at the height of the lockdown, and now the limit’s 1/4 capacity so long as social distancing is maintained and masks are worn.

      What’s wrong with your Democrat?

      It is better to vote for what you want and not get it than to vote for what you don't want and get it.--Eugene Debs

      Show me a man that gets rich by being a politician, and I'll show you a crook.--Harry Truman

    • #378808
      Bernin4U
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      That big dust up last week with the Portland commissioner involved a Lyft driver picking her up from a Ridgefield casino.

      (And now apparently it was a racial thing?)

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