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Lusus Naturae 03-29-2020 12:30 PM

None.

Incredible Hulctuary 03-29-2020 01:06 PM

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Originally Posted by IMP (Post 9836891)
I still have my maid come. Iím about to have an a/c maintenance guy here. I have a family member taking time visiting his friend in Boca and will stay with me on his drive back. My brother thinks Iím nuts and stupid for letting anyone in my house. I understand his concern but I think keeping distance from them will be fine.

Your whole paragraph could be reduced to "I'm gonna get infected."

ao fan 03-29-2020 01:12 PM

in my building, normally the building staff services the filters in the central air units in march before switching over from heat to ac for the summer. as of now, they haven't done it. i'm guessing they are putting off doing stuff like that due to COVID-19 risk.

unsure if they will fix things if they break in my apartment. hopefully nothing breaks.

Walking Man 03-29-2020 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Incredible Hulctuary (Post 9837015)
Your whole paragraph could be reduced to "I'm gonna get infected."

Sung to the tune of "I Wanna Be Sedated"

yoyo 03-29-2020 01:17 PM

please check out this thread

http://www.actuarialoutpost.com/actu...d.php?t=347380

Westley 03-29-2020 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Lucy (Post 9836906)
No, I'm not letting anyone else in my home right now.

:iatp:


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Originally Posted by NerdAlert (Post 9836911)
Yes, if they are related to fostering as we canít deny them access. And if we get a placement we will have them in our home of course.

Also we are letting one family in our home, as our neighbor friend is a nurse and needs childcare one day a week and we are helping out.

Anybody tell you lately how awesome you are? You're probably the #1 poster that makes me say "someday I'll be that good of a person (but probably not)".


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Originally Posted by Kid Rock (Post 9836941)
It may be possible to order cable, get account set up and then stream on app. Fios and Xfinity both have app to watch all channels.

Also, many tvs will allow you to stream these to your phone and then mirror them to your tv (so, tv will just show whatever is on your phone). Basically, if you have the internet bandwidth, you have a million options to watch whatever you want.

ao fan 03-29-2020 01:53 PM

I have a dumb tv, but I might look into that streaming option for my laptop until I get around to getting a smart tv.

Incredible Hulctuary 03-29-2020 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by ao fan (Post 9837043)
I have a dumb tv, but I might look into that streaming option for my laptop until I get around to getting a smart tv.

Much cheaper and easier to get a Roku, Fire TV, or Chromecast than to replace your TV (unless you were planning to replace the TV anyway to get 4K or a bigger screen or some other feature).

ao fan 03-29-2020 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Incredible Hulctuary (Post 9837051)
Much cheaper and easier to get a Roku, Fire TV, or Chromecast than to replace your TV (unless you were planning to replace the TV anyway to get 4K or a bigger screen or some other feature).

is it? I didn't think that tv's were that expensive.

Arthur Itas 03-29-2020 02:07 PM

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Originally Posted by ao fan (Post 9837055)
is it? I didn't think that tv's were that expensive.

They aren't, but firestick and chromecast are dirt cheap.


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