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  1. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by eastern powder baby View Post
    Las Olas?



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    Just saw a piece on NH Chronicle about Las Olas. I'll have to check it out.

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  2. #72
    Quote Originally Posted by JimG. View Post
    Sounds like if the terrorists figure out a way to shut down alcohol production and distribution this country is done for.
    Thanks for making me laugh

  3. #73
    Dispensaries are open too, Pot is essential.

  4. #74
    We've been working on all the shit that you have to do to lay people off. Crappy work. Half our company is being cut, big pay cut for all the rest.

    One thing that really bites, firing people is way easier than a furlough, that would have the company picking up the tab for health insurance. So much more exposure — ability for employees to sue — with furlough than with layoff.

    Tomorrow or maybe Thursday, will be a very sad day in our building.

  5. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    Yeah, of the times I've been to Utah, you need to order from cans to get the better beers, which is ironic (and sad). Hopefully as more people move there some of those ridiculous laws will go the way of the Dodo. At least that Zion Barrier or Zion Curtain thing's gone. The first time I was to Utah was 2016, and I was flabbergasted that that was an actual thing.
    I don't go to bars much so I had to google Zion Curtain, i.e. screen between bartender and customers. I didn't start coming to Utah often until winter of 2016 and I think it was eliminated around then?

  6. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by skiur View Post
    I've been to supermarkets selling beer wine and booze in ft Lee, Edgewater, Leonia, pal park, Hackensack, Teaneck.... .it's not uncommon.
    Take the total # of grocery stores in New Jersey that have a liquor license; now divide that by the total number of grocery stores in New Jersey. It is definitely uncommon.
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  7. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by jimk View Post
    I don't go to bars much so I had to google Zion Curtain, i.e. screen between bartender and customers. I didn't start coming to Utah often until winter of 2016 and I think it was eliminated around then?
    Yeah, 2017 or 2018 I think.
    President - Bicknell's Thrush Extermination Solutions (BTES), LLC



  8. #78
    Trying to get inmates released- adults and juveniles- technical and/or minor offenders. Chasing down rumors for worried loved ones about positive C-19 tests behind bars. Courts are going virtual.

    Down the street from my home is a river with an old mill that now has offices in it. Over a hundred years ago the mill owner built some stone features along the river like a gazebo, a wall, a viewing platform for the river carnivals, and a stone gate leading into the area, then abandoned the development. The rest of the park is in a natural state along the river with a paved path. Someone in our area put together a group to clear & restore them, as well as reviving an underused park across from the mill. The town just repaired the damn by the mill and planted lots of trees. Not far from there is a skating pond adjacent to the river which we believe has a tile bottom, now under 2 feet or so of mud. They're going to do a dig to find out. These are just some of the planned projects. So I've been spending a lot of time down the street with them, as well as battling the knot weed that is taking advantage of any opening where a tree fell by planting/maintaining baby trees over the years. (Are you familiar with knot weed? If not, you will be.)
    This weekend I was planting some willows when I looked up & saw a full grown fox 30' away & heading my way. It stalked me as I backtracked through the woods- finally scooted when I reached the path & banged my shovel on it. That was fun.

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    ^ In foreground is the broken water gate to the skating pond on the right.
    If it's snowin' I'm goin'

  9. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey View Post
    We've been working on all the shit that you have to do to lay people off. Crappy work. Half our company is being cut, big pay cut for all the rest.

    One thing that really bites, firing people is way easier than a furlough, that would have the company picking up the tab for health insurance. So much more exposure — ability for employees to sue — with furlough than with layoff.

    Tomorrow or maybe Thursday, will be a very sad day in our building.
    Very sorry about that

  10. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by kingslug View Post
    Besides politics..
    How are you spending your days?
    I have to work in NYC twice a week but can have almost no contact with people. Days off..lately a lot of you tube and some small projects. Face time with my trainer in my gym. What i dont like is going to the supermarket. Its a Trader Joes so not very crowded but i feel its the most exposed i am all week. Food delivery has become almost non existant.
    And you?
    This thread was originally posted this morning different places by evening

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