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Post 601

Teasswill

As some of the experts say, living with it does not mean not taking any precautions.
Ventilation is still not being stressed enough.

It might be a fairly light illness for most - though I would much prefer not to have it again - but if only we had better guidance & example from gov & influencers, that wearing a mask is a good & kind thing to do in busy places.


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Post 602

paulh. Trump's behavior is unpresidented

The dining area at Whole Foods has a lot of ventilation, so much that the napkins keep getting blown off my lap. My joints are creaky enough that I hate having to repeatedly bend down and retrieve them. smiley - cross


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Post 603

Teasswill

How about take a clothes peg?
There's a cafe near us that has such hard chairs, I have vowed to take a cushion if I go again.


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Post 604

paulh. Trump's behavior is unpresidented

Is that like those things that people used to use to hang things on the clothesline?


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Post 605

Still Incognitas, Still Chairthingy, Still lurking, Still invisible, unnoticeable, missable, unseen, just haunting h2g2

I note with interest that the number of in memoriam benches on the seafront have trebled.A sort of sad benefit of the pandemic.smiley - sadface


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Post 606

Teasswill

I still use clothes pegs to hang laundry on the line...

Also useful to keep sheet music or similar in place on a (music) stand.


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Post 607

Teasswill

One can have too many benches...
Our Parish Council has had to write a policy restricting type of bench, donor's responsibilities etc because this seems to have become very popular (despite covid).


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