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  1. I just happened to stumble onto The Orville a couple years ago, when it was still on regular TV and it seemed ok, so I started watching it. I was ready for the next season and then it went to Hulu. Nope. Not gonna.
  2. I don't usually try to see what my % is, but it's probably similar. All I know is it's just amazing to see my shit higher than it was before this whole virus fiasco even started and the market hasn't even made it back to the top yet. Makes us feel a bit like the 1% I guess, even if we're really not. Who am I kidding, we're poor peons compared to them. We're doing ok though!
  3. RONA has been a great stock to own since March, but I'm considering selling my shares. It's peaking soon.
  4. Redskins name is on the way out. Maybe the Washington Warriors? Sounds decent.
  5. These mofos in charge don't know if they're right or wrong half the time. Back in March, it was 'don't use a mask!' (Surgeon General) Adams said Americans worried about the coronavirus outbreak shouldn’t buy face masks to protect themselves against it because the masks are ineffective for those without symptoms -- and the purchases deplete the supplies available for medical professionals. “Seriously people- STOP BUYING MASKS!” Adams wrote on Twitter, addressing fears over the spread of the virus in the U.S. “They are NOT effective in preventing general public from catching #Coronavirus, but if healthcare providers can’t get them to care for sick patients, it puts them and our communities at risk!” He then explained the reasons why. “On an individual level, there was a study in 2015 looking at medical students and medical students wearing surgical masks touch their face on average 23 times,” Adams explained. “We know a major way that you can get respiratory diseases like coronavirus is by touching a surface and then touching your face so wearing a mask improperly can actually increase your risk of getting disease.” Adams went on to say that wearing a face mask “can also give you a false sense of security." He added that "you see many of these pictures with people out and about closer than six feet to each other, but still wearing a mask.”
  6. The Mercster is back in action and letting it rip for the 4th! 🎆 🎇 ✨ ❇️
  7. https://bleedingcool.com/movies/walmart-drive-in-tribeca-us-160-parking-lots/ Walmarts will convert 160 of their parking lots into drive-in theaters. Part of a screening partnership with Tribeca, the screenings will feature stars of the films, and people will have snacks brought to their cars. Curbside pick-up of concession type items will also be available at the locations yet to be announced. The Walmart screenings will take place in August, September, and October. More announcements on what films will be playing, who will show up at the screenings, and more will be available soon at a new URL Walmart has created for the series here. Tribeca will handle the curation of films as well, but I am willing to bet Walmart will have a hand in film selection as well. "Drive-ins have been a signature program for Tribeca since we started the Tribeca Film Festival 19 years ago after 9/11," Tribeca Enterprises and Tribeca Film Festival co-founder and CEO Jane Rosenthal said in a statement. "But now, the Tribeca Drive-In is much more than a fun, retro way to see movies — it's one of the safest ways for communities to gather. We are thrilled to partner with Walmart to bring more people together around the shared cinematic experiences that Tribeca is known for." This is a good idea in theory, but I am a little confused about what types of films they will be showing exactly. As we all know, Walmart is not exactly a beacon of artistic freedoms and has censored things in the past. Will they try to do the same with these films? Will Tribeca be able to sneak in some indie fare? That could be interesting. I am guessing nothing R-rated though, as they object would be to get families in here no? This should be interesting to watch. - Jeremy Konrad
  8. Well if you know for sure that you're gonna make 4% in July, I'm gonna mortgage my house on it! Let's go SPX! So, first of the month, you bought then today or yesterday, right write?(here) ⬅️ ME joke there.
  9. There's the crew going into WalMart to get some dilithium crystals for the ship. Of course, the guy without a mask is klaatu- ! He's the expendable one that won't make it through the whole episode alive! RIP ensign klaatu-
  10. Oh damn, having an 80's flashback. Nothing like doing a batch of white horse, while listening to Laid Back's song White Horse. I'm not sure though, I might have dreamed it. But I know for sure that me and ME did some white horse once, while riding a pair of white ponies, with strippers on the back of them. That was the bomb. If you want to ride... don't ride the white horse White horse... don't ride the white horse...
  11. Actually, his Nashville chickens have been getting killed by something. Supposedly a raccoon. Cutler has been decked out in NV Goggles and rifle, trying to see what the culprit was. He said he took out a raccoon and thinks he solved the problem. Maybe it could have been his ex wife all along. Either way, Cutler's been wearing his swat gear and he's coming in Nashville hot. This might have the makings of a Bob fucking Menery commentary before it's over. https://dailycaller.com/2020/07/02/jay-cutler-dead-chickens-raccoon-instagram/#disqus_thread

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