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  1. #27
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    I am hoping that we don't go below 100° and 90% humidity much this summer.

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    There are 6 of us in our crew. We've been split into 2 crews and we're on alternating days.
    This started Tuesday (day before yesterday). That was the day after I had returned to work after being out for 8 weeks due to surgery and a recovery period.
    In honor of RichardL: "Ain't 'None' of us as smart as 'All' of us".

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    I hope this passes quick for everyone.

    I foresee some hard times ahead for all of us.

    Three weeks ago if you told me this would happen, I would have laughed at you. I’m not laughing anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zw17 View Post
    I hope this passes quick for everyone.

    I foresee some hard times ahead for all of us.

    Three weeks ago if you told me this would happen, I would have laughed at you. I’m not laughing anymore.
    Sadly is going to be a while for the hard times to go by. I never laughed at it , began preparing for the worst the day the Wuhan outbreak happened, I knew it was going to be bad. It took 3 months for the government to react and take the virus seriously and it will take at least that much time for it to dwindle.
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    I picked the wrong time to quit drinking.

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    I see all my customers restaurants are dead as a door knob. They are trying to make it on take out, but that will not be enough, plus the fact that many people panic shopped, they are going to have too much food at home. I had to go to the Red Crustacean today because the walk in freezer was down. The manager said it is being run by managers only, and they got 23 customers yesterday, and only $500.00 vs $5000.00 a day normally. Looks grim for the food business, many will most likely go out of business. At this point we have mom and pop grocery stores, food processing, occasional industrial, and resi's when the weather gets right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECtofix View Post
    I'm surprise they haven't announced any suspension of operations yet like resorts in Las Vegas and Colorado have.
    I said that yesterday. Then I woke up this morning just thinking today would be the day.

    YUP.

    Layed off for a projected eight weeks.
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    We had a mild winter... and generally I try to not change air filters (spring PM) until after pollen season, which just started.

    Gonna be a quiet rest of March... hope we turn the corner before Easter.

    I do have a system going in Saturday and another sold for next week.

    Here is something to think about:
    From the other side of the restaurant counter...
    Given how restaurants work, and what we know about sanitation in the kitchen...
    Would YOU want to eat there, given there is currently no cure for CVD19???

    I decided over the weekend... I am not gonna eat out (not even fast food) until this thing blows over...
    Gonna have to learn how to pack a cooler again...
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    Not that I’m hoping, but I think we will still be discussing this thing at this time next year. Or at least the fallout.
    Nothing will be left unchanged by this.
    I know I’m getting tired of the work truck smelling like a 2 megaton disinfectant bomb detonated inside.
    “I haven’t failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” - Thomas Edison

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider77 View Post
    Not that I’m hoping, but I think we will still be discussing this thing at this time next year. Or at least the fallout.
    Nothing will be left unchanged by this.
    I know I’m getting tired of the work truck smelling like a 2 megaton disinfectant bomb detonated inside.
    At least you’re working bud, I’ll trade you.

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    Just to keep in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zw17 View Post
    At least you’re working bud, I’ll trade you.
    I know, I’m very very lucky to have what I have. But I have enough to last to around Monday. After that, just a big unknown.
    Scary stuff.
    “I haven’t failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” - Thomas Edison

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider77 View Post
    I know, I’m very very lucky to have what I have. But I have enough to last to around Monday. After that, just a big unknown.
    Scary stuff.
    I’m in the same boat. It is scary stuff for sure.

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