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  1. Plus close the south border from all those people from all over the world which has a high infected rate. Then cross the U. S. border and spread it up there.
  2. I remember as recent as a half a million years ago Florida was under water. I was there. That Was before evil Republicans roamed the earth. The earth is always changing and will always change nothing man do can stop it. The Big Lebowsky is a classic. I loved it.
  3. I remember (a term I can use often these days) the Galeria Mall binging a skelton in the late 90s for many years when I first started visiting this area.
  4. Today Texas reported: * 0 Covid related deaths--the only time that's happened since data was tracked in March, 2020. * the fewest Covid cases in over 13 months * the lowest 7-day Covid positivity rate ever * the lowest Covid hospitalizations in 11 months. Thanks, Texans!
  5. Ok all I can say I have a Firestick I bought in from a super guy between Chapala and Ajijic and have traveled from Jocotepec to Colombia and mine has served me well. I bought mine from Derick originally and it lost the programing I think to lack of use because of lack of use because I lived in an area in Joco where the internet .uks. I am now in an area where I have super internet. and use mine daily for everything. Especially Chinese ping pong. Ha, Just kidding.
  6. I have one and love it. I got mine from Rich. Also if you are traveling like me it is perfect. I put all in a zip-lock sandwich size bag.
  7. I know of a couple of deaths in Jocotepec. One my X brother-n-law BUT, he smoked a lot, lot of alcohol over weight. My question how many would have died anyway? I know in my nursing home it was always our policy from the time we open if an employee felt sick call in sick. Same rule for Sara and I also. I have no official study but I think the most vulnerable has already passed. I also read recently that now the survival rate is about 97+% now survive. I think is interesting that this year we did not have common cold and flu season.
  8. Thanks for the link. Says mine is schedule for the 17th.
  9. Here is another site John Hopkins. Click on the lower right corner and click on daily cases then pick your favorite country. I follow the global, U. S. Mexico, Colombia, Panama and others I have interest in. All the. ones I follow have spiked and are slowly coming down. Some people have been infected and are now immune, some people are just immune, million of doses of vaccines are being administered inoculated daily. We are getting close to herd immunity. I am feeling more positive than ever. This will end like or not. https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
  10. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/covid-cases-dropping-morning-brief-105958867.html?.tsrc=fin-notif
  11. I am in a South American country right now. Súper bowl party packed no masks. Bars are open till midnight. Masks are just a suggestion. Guess what numbers are dropping like a rock go figure.
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