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  • Lawsuit

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    jon-nycJ

    I’m not in favor of an unconditional liability waiver but it’s not reasonable for every still working individual to be able to sue his employer if he gets the disease.

    I’d be for outlining some requirements of employers that, if met, absolve them from liability.

  • The big short

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    Aqua LetiferA

    @Jolly said in The big short:

    Who are we kidding? We place dollar signs on human life everyday. Sooner or later, the cure will be determined to be worse than the disease, and we go back to work.

    Maybe we make some changes, maybe we don't. But we cannot continue to function the way we are going.

    So what's your number?

  • Beautiful evening

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    JollyJ

    Looks mighty good...

  • Kluurs wins Easter cuteness.

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    89th8

    I also done stoled it. Sent to my sister in law who has chickens

  • Hey, Boris!

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    brendaB

    @George-K
    Boris, tell George I said "More nip!"
    He can afford it. 😄

  • Hey George - a recipe you might like

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    George KG

    @Mik

    @Mik said in Hey George - a recipe you might like:

    This is the Chicken Milanese I made last night, but it uses mayo instead of egg. Easier, faster and done in the oven. Sauteeing is fine, but this is easier and more reliable. A sauteed breaded chicken can go from underdone crust to overdone crust in a few seconds. I would cut down on the mayo next time. It's really too much. You could likely use egg too and then as I did add Italian seasoning to the bread crumbs.

    Yeah. Made it tonight. Mrs. George approves.

    I used mayo, garlic powder, parm, and panko. Came out really good, but the 25 minute cook time is a woeful underestimate if the chicken breast is thick. It took about 45 minutes to get to 165 degrees.

    I forgot to add italian seasoning - next time.

    Nevertheless it was good.

    Definitely a "will do again" recipe.

  • Jason Bateman teaches you how to speak "Ozark."

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    brendaB

    @George-K
    We know a lot of those down here in southern Minnesoooooooota.

  • One Warning

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    jon-nycJ

    Good for them

  • MIA

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  • "Sorry, we're all out!"

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    George KG

    @Copper said in "Sorry, we're all out!":

    @mark said in "Sorry, we're all out!":

    loneliness?

    No, food source.

    Link to video

  • "Fashioned from a single continuous pane of clear retina HD polymer..."

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    George KG

    Good for them...

    Now, are they FDA, CDC, OSHA compliant?

  • The Brazilian Experiment

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    KlausK

    You had to ask, right?

    OK. Don't say you haven't been warned.

    Click

  • Gruesome

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    Aqua LetiferA

    I'm not saying it's not possible. And the number of reports is very troubling. I'm just saying that I'll believe it when there's concrete evidence.

  • No new cases!

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    George KG

  • Facbook on Chrome

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  • Hey Mark

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    KlausK

    Great! I'm awaiting your stats in the other thread I just opened. Group pressure and all that ... 🙂

  • Paris shuts down tighter.

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    jon-nycJ

    @Aqua-Letifer said in Paris shuts down tighter.:

    I don't understand that. Won't it make the off times even more crowded?

    I think so - in fact horribly crowded.

    They should make it 6am to 10pm. If you're serious, you can go outside those hours. But the vast majority won't.

    8-10a and 7-10p will now be crazy busy.

  • Meanwhile, in NYC.

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  • Due Process

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    Aqua LetiferA

    @Jolly Sure there are, but the reason behind the lines they draw don't follow the politics of the other two branches. Really at all.

  • Everyday Heroes

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    Doctor PhibesD

    In some cases they're encouraged to work part time, since that way their employer can avoid giving them as many benefits.