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Standing on my back porch, looking at the moon. Let's not loose track of the fact that the alarm should be going off soon, I should be waking up a 7 year old to head to k, she would want the shirt but also smash bumps all morning.
How many restaurants can even make enough money to survive if Friday - Sunday attendance is limited to 50% occupancy? This nightmare needs to end already. I've noticed people aren't taking it anywhere near as seriously here in Jersey lately, and if that's the spirit here then people aren't taking it seriously anywhere anymore.
Covid or not, K would be closed right now.
Lots of snow above and below the dreaded S that could have been moved around. More may have been planned to be stacked there in the final 48 hours they never finished. With that said, they always go too thin under the chair crossover (guess they don't want snow height too close to chair). So WHEN they replace SS quad, while that is already quite high, perhaps they can extend the crossover height just a bit more to allow for more snow under it. Hard to tell, but the upper pitch looks decent right now.Not that it matters but they weren't done blowing. Also the headwall always melts out first, two years ago the headwall was all of a dozen feet wide on closing weekend. I suspect either today or tomorrow would have been closing day.
By endorsing the protests, they have lost all credibility over their social distancing edicts.
Not that it matters but they weren't done blowing. Also the headwall always melts out first, two years ago the headwall was all of a dozen feet wide on closing weekend. I suspect either today or tomorrow would have been closing day.
Some more discussion on the May jobs report forecast error:care to explain, in layman's terms please