anyone here holding tix to shows that were cancelled by the "chinese virus" ?
I ate Chinese 2 days in a row after the Wisconsin snowfall hit, yet here i still a.m. and eagerly waiting an [ol' skool] discussion based entirely on biased-opinions ...i luv thoz
03 Jan 21 11:03 pm
LOL sorry, though I'm not an intellectual I'm too informed for that. Though, previous job I had I started work with mild (but annoying) symptoms of hayfever. My boss said "That's symptoms of Covid. I wish you hadn't said anything, you shouldn't have come to work, now I have to call the manager and notify him..." I kept telling him "that's not symptoms of Covid" he kept insisting it was, so I got the Covid checklist, read the symptoms of Covid to him to which I had none! I point out "hayfever for me feels like someone is shoving a feather duster up my nose....I've never heard anyone refer to that as a symptom of Covid." He shut up after that. Often wonder if he was trying to stir me up (which failed, just annoyed me) or was he over-reacting?
05 Jan 21 7:28 am
Karl, I understand what you’re saying. I have trouble with my sinuses, and frequently get asked if I’ve been tested. This whole Covid19 thing is crazy 🐀
05 Jan 21 9:45 pm
|Karl, I understand what you’re saying. I have trouble with my sinuses, and frequently get asked if I’ve been tested. This whole Covid19 thing is crazy 🐀|
Yep, same. I have bad sinuses. Last warehouse I was working at when the pandemic broke out, we all had a meeting about it. I blew my nose and one of the guys said "Yeah....nah, I wouldn't be doing that right now mate." LOL