My first instinct on seeing that Jill had posted that was 'oh, she clearly doesn't understand what she's saying otherwise she'd never have posted it', but maybe I should give her the benefit of the doubt and assume she does understand, and is supporting POC at this time.
OK folks, Gary and Co. is trying to buy another vee-hickle? A bus (but)? Has he learned nothing from the past?
I bought my car from a thrift store down in the city and they had a nice older RV there. Last I saw it was still there. I think it was about $10,000 but every time I saw it I thought of Bro and how he could afford it if he actually had a job.
Do we really think anyone will give him money to help buy this but?
Editing to add, I just saw this on his Facebook. I was like wow, Bro is actually doing something useful!
But as he got closer I realized it was the kid… of course. Silly me.
I'm also adding a photo of Mr. Puma on his mower that was captured on my trail cam, LOL.
Edited by PumaLover had to post pics
Recent Status Updates
Tomorrow (4th) I start to wean off Pregabalin. It's seriously aggravating my polymorphic light eruption, which had pretty much buggered off in recent years. Plus, it wasn't doing that good a job on the constant achiness that I was taking it for in the first place. So, it has to go.
It'll be a slow taper to try and keep the withdrawal symptoms to a minimum. Not sure I want to deal with nausea, blood pressure issues, flu like symptoms, etc for the next few weeks/months so fingers crossed.
Two people I knew died from Covid-19 complications in the last two weeks. One was a 27 year old man with cerebral palsy, who was the son of my sister's fundamentalist pastor. The other was a 44 year old woman I used to go to church. She had Type 2 diabetes. Both were in ICU on ventilators and in medically induced comas for at least a week. The young man was home and seemed to be recovering, but then developed pneumonia and died.
The woman developed pneumonia, and her liver, kidneys, and heart were all damaged and failed. She died a month and one day after first being admitted to the hospital. Members of both families were posting that the virus was a hoax up until their loved one got sick, and are now making posts begging everyone to take it seriously.
People around here are suddenly acting like business as usual. Two small local towns had craft/vendor markets in their parks today, and the membership-only neighborhood pool in an area near us is packed right now. I see very few masks, even on elderly people.