| LIFE CV-19: Effects on life, work, and sports

Destiny's Child

It's Rolling Baby
Century Club
Survival of the fittest. If you have allowed yourself to become obese, smoke or drank yourself into a condition, you have no one to blame but yourself. I hate it for the people that are outliers or simply born with a disorder, but we can all agree the reported information for so long was false. Heart disease is the #1 killer of humans, so yes, I can believe they died of heart disease and coronavirus was a symptom that added complications. I've added weight since getting married and having kids, but I know it was bad diet, lazyness, and bad choices, so can I blame a virus for complications (sore joints, back pain etc) from years of that? I'm like you, just been going about my business, but not going and serving myself to catch this virus either. I never stopped going to work, never backed away from going out in public and continue to live my life. So no, I don't believe most of what I hear, but I do believe in information like this because it is bucking the fear mongering and isn't scared of bucking the big media trend.

My momma's cousin, the one that taught me to shoot, died this week. He died of a stroke, but they say coronavirus because he tested positive a week and a half before. His son had the virus as well, same time. They both dealt with sinus type symptoms of nasal stuffiness, but nothing more. He had a stroke and even his own family are saying it was a stroke, not corona that killed him. Hospital put coronavirus as reason for death. Hard to believe it from the personal experience as well. Believe the media and paid spokemen, or believe the one son of a guy that died this week that I do know?

The hospitals and urgent care facilities get more federal $ depending on how many corona virus cases and deaths they have.
I hate to hear about your loss. I have lost a few close friends to strokes.. Covid doesn’t cause them.
 

Elderfalsedemigod

Not an alter...maybe an altar
Century Club
What about .223?

in my experience there is no bulk 5.56 or .223 available either in stores or online. You can find a few 20-30 rd boxes here and there with usually a limit. Went in 4 stores in Memphis area Friday and Tuesday and found no 5.56/.223 available. I am several mailing list for online ammo sites. When they send out emails saying they have stock it is usually gone in a matter of minutes

wish my last name was Winchester, Hornady or Federal.:cool:
 

planomateo

Scholarship Club
in my experience there is no bulk 5.56 or .223 available either in stores or online. You can find a few 20-30 rd boxes here and there with usually a limit. Went in 4 stores in Memphis area Friday and Tuesday and found no 5.56/.223 available. I am several mailing list for online ammo sites. When they send out emails saying they have stock it is usually gone in a matter of minutes

wish my last name was Winchester, Hornady or Federal.:cool:

Same
 

BamaFan334

Crimson Tide Club
Are any of these vaccines we're hearing about actually working? I saw one slows mortality rate of folks with bad symptoms, then I heard a vaccine may be ready by November 1st. Political talk or actual good news from a medical front?
 

footballer

Sideline Club
Probably put a limit on the number of boxes as well. Marked them up so damn high that you could only afford one.

I bought these shells at the longest yard sale from an independent dealer, I believe. On the Lookout Mountain Parkway between Gadsden and Dog Town. He had several boxes and I believe there were no limits on how many I could buy, except inventory limits of course. The box was marked at
$32.00 but he took $25.00. A box of 50, 158 grain, not hollow point. It was late in the day we were headed home. I had already spent most of the money I took with me on mostly locally grown vegetables.
 

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