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RE: Without getting political....

But IMHO, NFL can not claim to be a non-gov organisation when the taxpayers pay for the theater for their show. The National Football League is the world’s most profitable league. Each of the NFL’s 32 teams is among the top 50 most valuable sports franchises. 31 of these teams are privately owned.
Moderator 07/09/20 07:42am Around the Campfire

Wise rationale.
Moderator 07/08/20 05:27am Around the Campfire
RE: winching a trencher

If the strap is even with, or below the drive axle of the trencher, it won't tilt the machine; as long as you don't pull faster than the blade can dig.
Moderator 07/06/20 07:29am Around the Campfire

That was in Jan. All health agencies are learning more as to what doesn’t work and what does. And, more errors will be made and more learned. Basic research is more difficult than applied research.
Moderator 07/05/20 11:47am Around the Campfire

Hydroxychloroquine trials stopped after failure to reduce death.
Moderator 07/04/20 04:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Without getting political....

Yes, fortunately we live a 'free country'. Imo, that freedom carries the obligation to respect our flag, our citizens, and it's laws. Despite our country's growing pains (which we will always have to some degree) I would not to chose to live anywhere else. :)
Moderator 06/28/20 08:06am Around the Campfire
RE: Changed profile with no results

Yep, 'Team Bob"
Moderator 06/27/20 11:30am Forum Posting Help and Support

Having some limited experience in research one realizes how difficult it is to conduct 'valid' research. Trying to control all the dependent, and independent, variables, selecting samples and sizes to able to draw relatively, I say relatively, accurate conclusions and recommendations is NOT an easy task. And, yes, unscrupulous, and uninformed, people will read a study, partially, and draw unfounded conclusions and/or extrapolate far beyond what the data reveals. The majority of the time it is best to let those with the raw data, and necessary research skills, conduct the studies to their the best of their ability. Yes, at times mistakes will be made; very common in basic research, and the researchers learn from what doesn't work as much as what does work. There is a very small percentage of our population that possess strong research skills. We have to stay out of their way, support their funding, and have faith in their efforts. And, their research, in this case, centers around not only the medical side of this pandemic but also the 'preventative' side in terms of social behaviors. Specifically we have to have faith they will come up with a vaccine as soon as possible and not work against their recommendations as we try to learn more and more.
Moderator 06/27/20 07:29am Around the Campfire

Alright, everyone take a BIG breath! We will get through this thing although it isn't going to happen over night. So, just a review of the purpose of this thread: "We ask you share only information that may be helpful and/or comforting to our members. In addition, we ask you only post information regarding current status of, spread of, medication for, behaviors advised, etc. from those sources most capable of providing current and accurate information, and please cite and/or quote the source(s). Some examples are the World Health Organization, National Institute for Health, and the Center for Disease Control. We will closely monitor the posts for adherence to the above guidelines. We are all in this together, let us work together, and watch out for the health of each other. " Carry on....
Moderator 06/26/20 02:45pm Around the Campfire

Giving this a rest for a while.
Moderator 06/26/20 11:56am Around the Campfire

The need/value of wearing masks has been proven! We are NOT going to argue about it in this forum. Everyone needs to cooperative and follow guidelines that will help us get out of this mess with minimum sickness and deaths! People choosing to ignore the evidence will only prolong our recovery at the expense of themselves and the public at large.
Moderator 06/26/20 06:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Wear the mask

Thank you Mikestock! It is fact that wearing a mask helps protect not only one's self; but others. To ignore the evidence is foolhardy; is it inconvenient, sure. And, we are NOT going to get into an argument wether or not the mask is necessary at this time. The evidence for the need for the mask is there. Hopefully more people will accept the seriousness of this virus and the need for protection. Posts regarding the pandemic go in the topic at the top of this page. Closing this one.
Moderator 06/25/20 11:25am Around the Campfire
RE: Hostess Cup Cake

As far a food poisoning from various chemicals, it is best to research how much and what parts of the item in question need to be consumed to have symptoms or more severe reactions. Please read the narrative carefully on each food item listed in the following: 'Deadly Foods' Not a deadly as some claim....
Moderator 06/23/20 07:25am Around the Campfire
RE: Burning Holly

Once again, Google is our friend: Aug 29, 2013 · Holly: A good firewood that will burn when green, but best if dried a year. It is fast burning with a bright flame but little heat. It is fast burning with a bright flame but little heat. Hornbeam: Burns almost as good as beech with a hot slow burning fire.
Moderator 06/21/20 03:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: How to Block Text & Calls on the Iphone.

Keep in mind if the police need to get in touch with you, maybe due to a relative's accident; an EMT needs to get in touch.... etc. you might not recognize the number and if you don't answer it it may be a matter of life/death. There are very inexpensive software apps available that will screen calls and alert you if it is potential spam. The one used by us is only $1.99 a month and very effective.
Moderator 06/19/20 04:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: this is promising

Please post Virus information here. Thank you.
Moderator 06/16/20 05:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: World ‘awash in diesel’ and refiners are paying the price

Oil/Fuel comments go here.
Moderator 06/12/20 07:30am Around the Campfire
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

Potato Hill
Moderator 06/07/20 12:58pm Around the Campfire
RE: Still no Stimulus Payment

We know that would not fit everyone's budget, but Good for you!
Moderator 06/02/20 10:33am Around the Campfire
RE: Protecting your trees

"Lumber companies" do not buy "Yard trees" (trees around a homeowners house), they buy "lots" of known good lumber on wooded lots that have less chance of something metal embedded. I made no mention of, and was not referring to, 'yard trees'. I am speaking of all the walnut found in forests and on multiple farms in Ky, Tn, and other states. It is fairly abundant. Right now there simply is not a market local, or foreign, for walnut. It may pick up later; lumber is a very fluid market. I have a friend that has multiple drive in kilns, be buys locally and surrounding states and exports world wide by the container load. When the market picks up he will be able to move the full storage yards of walnut, oak, cedar, and maple; but not right now.
Moderator 06/01/20 03:49pm Around the Campfire
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