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They took the bar! The whole +++++ing bar!

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It’s going to be interesting to see how congress operates and how the upcoming primaries and presidential election are going to be held. 

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11 minutes ago, soupslam1 said:

I’m waiting for martial law to be declared and no one is to leave their home except for grocery store employees and those that supply them, medical workers, military, police, fire protection, and public works employees for water supply and wastewater treatment. 

No need, everyone is pretty much doing it voluntarily.

 

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1 hour ago, MetropolitanCowboy said:

They’ll never close the bars here.

Montana? Close the schools but not the bars.

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Montana Governor Steve Bullock has ordered all public K-12 schools in the state to close for two weeks following additional in-state cases of the novel coronavirus. About half a dozen patients have tested presumptively positive for the illness.

https://www.mtpr.org/post/gov-closes-k-12-schools-due-coronavirus

Looks like Wyoming has the same attitude

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Gov. Mark Gordon and state Superintendent Jillian Balow announced Sunday that they’re recommending all Wyoming schools be closed through the first week of April because of concerns related to the novel coronavirus.

https://trib.com/news/local/education/school-districts-across-wyoming-announce-closures-following-governor-s-recommendation/article_333c5100-c6a6-57f1-b04b-948546b59ffd.html

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Washington is closing sit-in bars and restaurants as well as 50+ people gatherings.  All fitness clubs in my town are closed too.  

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Pence said today that the government will be issuing new guidance about restaurants and bars on Monday.

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29 minutes ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Washington is closing sit-in bars and restaurants as well as 50+ people gatherings.  All fitness clubs in my town are closed too.  

Bummer, I hope mine doesn't close.  I was hoping to go swimming (outdoors).

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38 minutes ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Washington is closing sit-in bars and restaurants as well as 50+ people gatherings.  All fitness clubs in my town are closed too.  

Live on the west side? Gyms in Wenatchee are all open (so far). 

Whoops. Didn't see Inslee's proclamation. Looks like I'm going to be doing a LOT of running the next couple weeks. 

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2 hours ago, FresnoFacts said:

Vegas announcements today may point to what is next in Nashville.

Wynn to close Las Vegas properties for 2 weeks

https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/wynn-to-close-las-vegas-properties-for-2-weeks-1981825/

MGM Resorts to close Las Vegas casinos on Monday 'until further notice'

https://lasvegassun.com/news/2020/mar/15/mgm-resorts-to-suspend-operation-in-las-vegas-beca/

That is going to hurt

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5 minutes ago, happycamper said:

Live on the west side? Gyms in Wenatchee are all open (so far). 

Inslee’s announced their closure tonight.

 

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3 hours ago, modestobulldog said:

 

Regular patrons of Lagorios don't have to worry about Corona virus. If they can tolerate intake at that establishment, they can survive anything.

I dont care what you say... their bbq oysters are bomb. 

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Govt has no issue recommending business to close....their paychecks a guaranteed.  Ours is not.

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12 hours ago, renoskier said:

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CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

As of March 15, Mt. Rose has made the difficult decision to suspend lift operations for the remainder of the season.

Due public health concerns associated with COVID-19, Mt. Rose is making this call due to our sincere regard for the health and well-being of all visitors & employees, as well as concern for the local community.

Thank you for your patience & understanding.

:crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:

Sun Valley closed too.

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This is why I built a kegorator when I bought my house a few years ago. Secured two kegs last week. 

Also that sucks about the gyms closing, luckily it is just about road biking season. I have a trainer I have been grudgingly setting up. Guess I'll have to give Zwift a shot finally, at least until the weather ramps up about 10 degrees (I am a wuss). 

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Luckily my infrastructure is setup for remote drinking anyways. It will be a flawless transition. 

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3 hours ago, RogueStout said:

This is why I built a kegorator when I bought my house a few years ago. Secured two kegs last week. 

Also that sucks about the gyms closing, luckily it is just about road biking season. I have a trainer I have been grudgingly setting up. Guess I'll have to give Zwift a shot finally, at least until the weather ramps up about 10 degrees (I am a wuss). 

Have you never ridden frozen trails? It’s the fastest mtn biking you’ll ever do. Just don’t hit a patch of ice! 

Of course, the negative side is getting on the trail early enough that it doesn’t start to thaw while you’re still riding, being cold for the first 10 minutes and brain freeze on any fast descent longer than 15 seconds unless you pull a dry balaclava or other head wrap out of your backpack before scooting down the trail. Some of my best dirt riding memories involve early morning winter rides. In fact, I’ll do a couple of them this week with one of my sons as I celebrate getting back on the dirt with a recently purchased Ibis Ripmo. 
 

I don’t have a kegerator at home, but I have a case of locally brewed IPA, lots of nice bottles of wine and a shit ton of selected booze in the liquor cabinet, so The Wife and I are set.

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Thank god Wyoming has drive through liquor stores!!

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22 hours ago, ridgeview2 said:

I'm glad I bought a new bottle of bourbon a few days ago. I'm gonna sit in my office, play video games, take a sip, and wait for all of this to blow over.

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Cheers!

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5 hours ago, Broncomare said:

Thank god Wyoming has drive through liquor stores!!

Louisiana won't miss out, Drive Thru Daiquiri stands!

 

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@Joe from WY what are seeing over your way?I think the beaches at Destin and Panama City beach will close down soon...The bars and restaurants will be subject to 'social distancing ' , the number of spring breakers and family vacationers will drop..........the lines at the grocery stores will drop.

The income for the people in the service industry who look at this time of year to start bankrolling for the winter months will drop.

 

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