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j-ten-ner last won the day on February 10 2018

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  1. I should buy more ammo for my 12 gauge. Doomsday is coming... I still don't know anyone who is infected. Two of my guys at work went in for a test but came back negative. Mmhh.... so long j-ten-ner
  2. For me it's like 'cut twice and it's still too short'. so long j-ten-ner
  3. I don't like that term. "Our new normal". I see it as a "thing" we have to deal with until it's over. Dealing with it in a sense of doing everything to tackle the threat and then move on with our "normal life" as we know it. Ignorant people, unaware of what is going on, will be the ones suffering from the aftermath. The US is the best example. And the younger population in BC, Canada. Anyway, I still try to be positive about the outcome of the pandemic and just keep hiking, boating, swimming, drinking and barbecuing ? Btw, I don't know anyone who's infected, no co-workers, their families or friends or anyone I come in contact with. It seems strange..... so long j-ten-ner
  4. Find the local dealer of your trust, buy an sufficient amount of meth and drop it accidentally near their hide out. Problem solved within 24 hrs. No, don't do that. Just saying that sometimes you have to fight the enemy with his own weapons. Since you already have the PD involved, you may want to stick to it. Like mentioned before, the PD may start knocking on your door if something "strange" happens to the guys. so long j-ten-ner
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    Would you do me the favour and put this in writing for everyone to read? ? so long j-ten-ner
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    What really scares me about the whole situation is, that the BC government is now thinking about tracking people down via debit and credit card trail. It's not the fact itself. I understand the reason. But I don't know who is collecting the data and what happens to the data. https://bc.ctvnews.ca/credit-cards-loyalty-programs-quietly-used-in-b-c-contact-tracing-1.4951402 so long j-ten-ner
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    "muzzle full, I'm leaving..." "...sh*t, forgot the mask" so long j-ten-ner
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    Just my 2 cents...? so long j-ten-ner
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    lol no punch line. Just threw it out there. I punched myself out though. Doesn't take much ? so long j-ten-ner
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    I need a beer. so long j-ten-ner
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    Go figure...hahaha
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    The question still remains. Why toilet paper? so long j-ten-ner
  13. I've seen for years, drivers wearing masks. Most of them (if not all) are of Asian descent. Maybe they knew it all along that the ****** will hit the fan eventually...;) so long j-ten-ner
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    What's wrong with having no choice but to survive? so long j-ten-ner
  15. Probably, as long as oil is available and affordable. IMO it's inevitable that the electric vehicles take over. The manufactures are at their limit. The combustion engines are more efficient than ever and it's getting harder and harder to squeeze out one more mile/gallon. All the features like lane departure warning, adaptive cruise, cameras etc are maxed out. They can't get more money out of us for this. (I'd be happy to pay a little extra for self levelling headlights though...) The next step would be autonomous vehicles. But they're not there yet and the development is probably too expensive (for now). What does it leave to the car builders? Exactly. A new era of vehicles which are now somewhat cheap to build and can be sold for top Dollars. Because John Doe and the Millennials are mind-blown by all the new technology and are willing to pay. I don't mind EV's. I think it could be fun. so long j-ten-ner
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