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2020-03-05 6:10:16 PM  
Well, considering all 15 cases here came from Italy (mostly ski trips to the Italian Alps), it still surprises me that people are considering NOT cancelling their trips to Italy this month.

And subby is probably joking, but I heard from two people today, "well the runs will be empty"
 
2020-03-05 8:19:31 PM  
I'm getting offered some killer deals on cruises in the next year or two, and the prices are dropping daily.

You can live your life in fear, or you can *ching* *ching* *ching* cash in on these apocalypses.
 
2020-03-05 9:04:13 PM  
Please, won't someone think of the pickpockets?
 
2020-03-06 5:55:43 AM  
Not even with your dick, subby.

/I'm not even sure what that means, but it sounded good in my head...
 
2020-03-06 12:13:16 PM  

Cajnik: Well, considering all 15 cases here came from Italy (mostly ski trips to the Italian Alps), it still surprises me that people are considering NOT cancelling their trips to Italy this month.

And subby is probably joking, but I heard from two people today, "well the runs will be empty"


I have a trip to Rome booked for the second week of April. If I lived in East Bumblefark I might be worried about catching supercooties abroad. But I live in NYC so I'll probably have suppercooties by the end of next week.

How long before the inept response of the current administration prompts other countries to deny Americans entry? I figure that will be what sinks my trip.
 
2020-03-06 12:52:57 PM  

cloudofdust: Cajnik: Well, considering all 15 cases here came from Italy (mostly ski trips to the Italian Alps), it still surprises me that people are considering NOT cancelling their trips to Italy this month.

And subby is probably joking, but I heard from two people today, "well the runs will be empty"

I have a trip to Rome booked for the second week of April. If I lived in East Bumblefark I might be worried about catching supercooties abroad. But I live in NYC so I'll probably have suppercooties by the end of next week.

How long before the inept response of the current administration prompts other countries to deny Americans entry? I figure that will be what sinks my trip.


Suppercooties is what started this whole thing. They were on the menu in Wuhan along with a side of boiled pangolin penis and mashed boll weevil larvae.
 
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