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2020-11-24 4:09:51 PM  
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2020-11-24 6:05:31 PM  
Looking at the comments: Karen is right for once.
 
2020-11-24 6:52:28 PM  
Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".
 
2020-11-24 6:53:15 PM  
Swear to God, if I were a public health inspector these days I'd be in there swinging an axe like Carrie Nation.
 
2020-11-24 6:53:41 PM  
The love shack is a little old place where ... we can super-spreader
 
2020-11-24 6:53:52 PM  
So... In Through The Outdoors?
 
2020-11-24 6:54:22 PM  
You can eat indoors as long as it is indoors in your own home away from others, and you wore a mask when picking up the food.
 
2020-11-24 6:54:34 PM  
You can build in the road now?
 
2020-11-24 6:58:12 PM  
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sukkos is in september
 
2020-11-24 6:59:06 PM  
This is like the BS that comes with smoking shelters. As soon as you put walls and a door on something with a roof, it becomes "indoors" and you can't allow smoking there.
 
2020-11-24 7:04:24 PM  

BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".


Professional certification just means getting a licensed engineer to do some tests and sign off on the ventilation system. It's not a big deal unless the business has to upgrade their HVAC system to meet the minimum standard.

Would you prefer it if ten air exchanges an hour could be certified by someone without the training to know the difference between 'ACH' and 'achoo'?
 
2020-11-24 7:09:55 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: You can build in the road now?


Some places are allowing it so that businesses have a better chance at surviving.
 
2020-11-24 7:14:09 PM  

BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".


I wonder if that's behind the surge in single-walled dining igloos....
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2020-11-24 7:16:35 PM  

T Baggins: BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".

I wonder if that's behind the surge in single-walled dining igloos....
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So it can rain the exhalations of previous diners like inside a tent after a couple of hours?

How is the air exchanged?
 
2020-11-24 7:17:31 PM  

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jameshamblin: Outdoor dining has gradually escalated into what might reasonably be called a buildings. https://t.co/dTi7bDpg6O


A buildings?
 
2020-11-24 7:18:32 PM  

Snaptastic: Tr0mBoNe: You can build in the road now?

Some places are allowing it so that businesses have a better chance at surviving.


Enforcing a mask mandate would also help business survive.  Have the cops take every maskless Karen into the jail.  If they resist, use lethal force, since the Karen might be spewing bio terror weapon nano particles.

Asking people nicely to wear a farking mask has failed.  Time for the governments to use ultra fear.  Bring the pain.  Bring the blood.  The cops are not strangers to lethal force, they just need to change who they use it on.
 
2020-11-24 7:19:00 PM  
When country folk look at city folk and think, "They're so stupid," this is what they're thinking of.
 
2020-11-24 7:25:54 PM  
I used to dine indoors, I still do, but I used to too.

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2020-11-24 7:26:39 PM  
I was under the impression that around here the tents and what not were to increase capacity and didn't count as outside.
 
2020-11-24 7:29:20 PM  

maxandgrinch: T Baggins: BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".

I wonder if that's behind the surge in single-walled dining igloos....
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So it can rain the exhalations of previous diners like inside a tent after a couple of hours?

How is the air exchanged?


No air exchange needed in northern climates; exhaled condensation will freeze into covidsicles hanging from the ceiling.
 
2020-11-24 7:49:06 PM  

maxandgrinch: T Baggins: BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".

I wonder if that's behind the surge in single-walled dining igloos....
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So it can rain the exhalations of previous diners like inside a tent after a couple of hours?

How is the air exchanged?


I read somewhere they were doing it they had to open it after each customer and leave to air out open for 30 minutes. Can't remember where it was.
 
2020-11-24 7:55:54 PM  
What's next? Hanging landscape posters on the walls and call it outdoors?
 
2020-11-24 8:29:54 PM  
someone is going to end up burning up their clientele in a wooden death box
 
2020-11-24 9:12:30 PM  

BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".


Professional what?
 
2020-11-24 9:13:52 PM  

GregInIndy: Swear to God, if I were a public health inspector these days I'd be in there swinging an axe like Carrie Nation.


And?
 
2020-11-24 9:15:55 PM  
Locking down without actually locking down. Leaving room for plenty of witty internet arguments. So the self proclaimed smart people feel smart
 
2020-11-24 10:20:04 PM  
we're gonna rules-laywer this virus to death.  It will rue the day it came up against Americans who don't give a shiat about anyone.
 
2020-11-24 11:08:51 PM  

Summoner101: So... In Through The Outdoors?


She used a Raspberry bidet. The kind you find in a....
 
2020-11-24 11:10:19 PM  

AmbassadorBooze: Snaptastic: Tr0mBoNe: You can build in the road now?

Some places are allowing it so that businesses have a better chance at surviving.

Enforcing a mask mandate would also help business survive.  Have the cops take every maskless Karen into the jail.  If they resist, use lethal force, since the Karen might be spewing bio terror weapon nano particles.

Asking people nicely to wear a farking mask has failed.  Time for the governments to use ultra fear.  Bring the pain.  Bring the blood.  The cops are not strangers to lethal force, they just need to change who they use it on.


Well... in all fairness, eating whiled masked up has it's drawbacks.
 
2020-11-24 11:11:23 PM  

T Baggins: maxandgrinch: T Baggins: BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".

I wonder if that's behind the surge in single-walled dining igloos....
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So it can rain the exhalations of previous diners like inside a tent after a couple of hours?

How is the air exchanged?

No air exchange needed in northern climates; exhaled condensation will freeze into covidsicles hanging from the ceiling.


Then they fall and pierce your brain and you die of the COVIDS.

National helmet mandate needed.
 
2020-11-25 1:53:31 AM  

bfh0417: BunkyBrewman: Here in Philly, if the outdoor area has 3 walls or more, the space has to have at least 10 air exchanges an hour.  For good measure, that number has to be certified by a "professional".

Professional what?


bfh0417: GregInIndy: Swear to God, if I were a public health inspector these days I'd be in there swinging an axe like Carrie Nation.

And?


bfh0417: Locking down without actually locking down. Leaving room for plenty of witty internet arguments. So the self proclaimed smart people feel smart


You seem quite incensed, self proclaimed smart fellow. Would you like to borrow some verbs?

Or would you rather hit caps lock and turn off autocorrect?
 
2020-11-25 4:16:06 AM  
The people that are the ones screaming "keep businesses open!" the loudest are by and large the same ones who refused to wear masks and avoid gatherings.

Hey assholes, you had your chance to help, you refused. It is because of you that more businesses will fail.
 
2020-11-25 4:17:43 AM  

SumoJeb: someone is going to end up burning up their clientele in a wooden death box


Good, they should have ordered take out.
 
2020-11-25 7:53:24 AM  
I asked this question when places around here started putting up tents with full walls and doors back in June.
 
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