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2020-03-23 5:58:08 PM  
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2020-03-23 6:13:26 PM  
I'm making hand sanitizer from leftover bacon grease.
 
2020-03-23 6:16:21 PM  
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2020-03-23 11:24:26 PM  
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2020-03-23 11:45:27 PM  
Cattle prods.

I have a roughly 3' reach. Add in 18" of cattle prod length, if I can touch you with it you're too close.

*zap*

*steals TP from cart*
 
2020-03-24 12:56:37 AM  

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Four squares folded in half, then folded in half again, so it's one square size. Wipe, fold one flap back over tge used side, wipe, reverse the very first fold, wipe and dispose. This isn't a covid19 thing specifically, years ago I read a joke about marines wiping procedures that made me think. But inbetween this and pooping at work when possible I'm down to a single roll of TP a week. It also seems to be more effective in actually cleaning too.
 
2020-03-24 1:07:29 AM  
Okay. Real talk. They were running a sale on Stumptown coffee. Buy 5, get $5 off.

I cleaned them out.
 
2020-03-24 1:52:33 AM  

tjsands1118: edmo: [i.imgflip.com image 568x440]

Four squares folded in half, then folded in half again, so it's one square size. Wipe, fold one flap back over tge used side, wipe, reverse the very first fold, wipe and dispose. This isn't a covid19 thing specifically, years ago I read a joke about marines wiping procedures that made me think. But inbetween this and pooping at work when possible I'm down to a single roll of TP a week. It also seems to be more effective in actually cleaning too.


A four-fold improvement in efficiency:
If a soldier needed to wipe his butt,he would take one square of toilet paper and fold it into quarters. He would then tear out a semicircular portion from the common corner which left a hole in the middle of the paper when unfolded.He would then stick his forefinger through the hole and wipe his ass with the protruding finger. The paper was grasped at the base of the finger with the free hand while the soiled finger was slowly pulled free of the paper.The contaminated square was then discarded and the corner previously removed was used to clean from under the fingernail.
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2020-03-24 2:03:47 AM  
The supermarket was out of bacon so...

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/Yep, just an excuse to gloat over my tiny boar.
//A yearling about 110 on the hoof.
///A third is at the butcher's getting turned into pepperoni sticks!
 
2020-03-24 2:06:48 AM  

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*washes hands for 30 seconds*

*facepalms*

*washes hands again for 30 seconds*

Did you just quote Urban Dictionary as a source?!

*covers himself in lye and turns on the shower*
 
2020-03-24 2:21:21 AM  
I'm pretty good about keeping my home stocked with things like asswipe and such and have only been to the grocery store once in the last two weeks.

Fixin' to go tomorrow for some produce.

/I like to bake
//like to cook
///brew my own (really good) beer
////grow my own (really stony) pot
 
2020-03-24 2:36:37 AM  

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I'm wiping with the inside of my elbow.
 
2020-03-24 2:43:47 AM  

tjsands1118: But inbetween this and pooping at work when possible I'm down to a single roll of TP a week.


That's how you do it.

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2020-03-24 9:00:20 AM  
If the prescription drug supply runs out, I'll have less work to do. Is that more efficient?  The next week or so at work will be really busy, then shift from filling lots of prescriptions to telling lots of people their medications aren't available.  I'm not sure what will run low next.  Albuterol inhalers are pretty much gone, then there's the list from India a couple weeks ago (acyclovir, erythromycin, neomycin, B vitamins, progesterone, and some less common stuff).  Hopefully by then someone at work will test positive and we'll have to shut down the place so I don't have to deal with this and can hide in my apartment with two months of food, Warhammer novels, and fly tying.
 
2020-03-24 9:08:17 AM  
As much as I hate to install apps, the Sam's Club Scan and Go is actually pretty good.  My Pixel 4 just barely fits into a snack size zip lock bag and the bag is thin enough to keep the touch screen usable (sometimes I need to hit a side button to wake it up).  The camera works fine through the bag as well.

Put on a phone condom, scan the items as the go into the cart, walk out without touching anything unnecessary.
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2020-03-24 9:20:14 AM  

tjsands1118: edmo: [i.imgflip.com image 568x440]

Four squares folded in half, then folded in half again, so it's one square size. Wipe, fold one flap back over tge used side, wipe, reverse the very first fold, wipe and dispose. This isn't a covid19 thing specifically, years ago I read a joke about marines wiping procedures that made me think. But inbetween this and pooping at work when possible I'm down to a single roll of TP a week. It also seems to be more effective in actually cleaning too.


TMI
 
2020-03-24 9:44:08 AM  

RogermcAllen: As much as I hate to install apps, the Sam's Club Scan and Go is actually pretty good.  My Pixel 4 just barely fits into a snack size zip lock bag and the bag is thin enough to keep the touch screen usable (sometimes I need to hit a side button to wake it up).  The camera works fine through the bag as well.

Put on a phone condom, scan the items as the go into the cart, walk out without touching anything unnecessary.
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If you're only touching the items you put in your cart what's the bag for?
 
2020-03-24 9:57:32 AM  
I'm eating on the toilet.
 
2020-03-24 9:58:29 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: RogermcAllen: As much as I hate to install apps, the Sam's Club Scan and Go is actually pretty good.  My Pixel 4 just barely fits into a snack size zip lock bag and the bag is thin enough to keep the touch screen usable (sometimes I need to hit a side button to wake it up).  The camera works fine through the bag as well.

Put on a phone condom, scan the items as the go into the cart, walk out without touching anything unnecessary.
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If you're only touching the items you put in your cart what's the bag for?


To wash thoroughly and throw away so that the thing that I touch my face with doesn't get contaminated.  Cell phones are hard to properly clean, disposable plastic bags are easy to clean and then throw away.
 
2020-03-24 10:04:43 AM  
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2020-03-24 12:24:44 PM  
The miracle drug Trump is pushing is an anti-malarial drug, chloroquine, and some evidence suggests that malaria prone regions are suffering less from the virus, possibly due to the quinine they take to avoid that illness.

You know what also has quinine?  Tonic water!  You know what goes with tonic water?  Gin!

/You can also garnish with a lime to stave off scurvy
 
2020-03-24 5:20:27 PM  
I've been using my leftovers all the time bc I am home and don't want to fight the mobs at the store. I went from beef bourgonion into hot beef sandwiches with cream cheese and Montreal seasoning, then into beef strogonoff, into poutine with the leftover gravy tonight.
 
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