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Haha so last night I started a brisket thinking I was getting it ready for the super bowl today. My brother corrected me and let me know the super bowl isn't until next weekend. Whoops! Practice run I guess. Shows how much attention I pay to sports ball. You guys think Lebarn James will score any goals?
Just turn it into a long tail gate party.
 

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Haha so last night I started a brisket thinking I was getting it ready for the super bowl today. My brother corrected me and let me know the super bowl isn't until next weekend. Whoops! Practice run I guess. Shows how much attention I pay to sports ball. You guys think Lebarn James will score any goals?
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Well that thread backfired, no pun intended
I think it’s going swimmingly! No more debate on covid. And we are talking about stuff we generally care about: food and sports.
 

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Haha so last night I started a brisket thinking I was getting it ready for the super bowl today. My brother corrected me and let me know the super bowl isn't until next weekend. Whoops! Practice run I guess. Shows how much attention I pay to sports ball. You guys think Lebarn James will score any goals?
I trusted you. And because of that Ava and I went out and murdered 5 more innocent petarmitagains today.

Oh well, I guess we'll have to do it again next week
 

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Tried Raising Canes tonight with my son. Pretty good! Nice and tender fingers and we went away quite full. The sauce didn't blow me away like it does some, but wasn't bad.

My son wants to go back and I won't argue about that.
Been curious but get turned off every time I see the line.

Maybe one day I'll have the patience to wait it out.

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Sooooo...are we done with this now? Seems like the talk of covid has died way down and they hardly mention it in the news now. I guess the Russia/Ukraine story is taking center stage now. Walmart has lifted their face mask requirement for their employees. Our Lord and Savior Jesus Fauci has even said we are out of full blown pandemic mode now. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
 

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Sooooo...are we done with this now? Seems like the talk of covid has died way down and they hardly mention it in the news now. I guess the Russia/Ukraine story is taking center stage now. Walmart has lifted their face mask requirement for their employees. Our Lord and Savior Jesus Fauci has even said we are out of full blown pandemic mode now. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
Next flu season will tell. I expect Ukraine and Taiwan to be center stage. Taiwan is next, it's a good bet. I strongly suspect/wonder if the installed powers that be, will land us into another war. If it's with a near peer, or peer advisory, the coof will be the least of our worries.
 

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I think it will come back again next winter hopefully not as strong. We need to all put our political beliefs aside and join together as Americans because we will all need each other if 2 nations with nukes ever take a shot at each other. 🇺🇸
 

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Sooooo...are we done with this now? Seems like the talk of covid has died way down and they hardly mention it in the news now. I guess the Russia/Ukraine story is taking center stage now. Walmart has lifted their face mask requirement for their employees. Our Lord and Savior Jesus Fauci has even said we are out of full blown pandemic mode now. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
The local numbers do look really promising right now. I guess all us vaccinated folks didn't drop dead or become sickened as was being suggested by some on here. :) ;)

I'm sure we will see more variants appear and sporadic outbreaks occur. I'm also sure that annual booster vaccinations will be the norm, as it is with influenza. That said, I think it is realistic that we will not see the situation with hospitalizations and deaths as bad as what we experienced with Delta and Omicron, at least for a while. Too many of us have had exposure, either through infection, vax, or both.
 

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The local numbers do look really promising right now. I guess all us vaccinated folks didn't drop dead or become sickened as was being suggested by some on here. :) ;)

I'm sure we will see more variants appear and sporadic outbreaks occur. I'm also sure that annual booster vaccinations will be the norm, as it is with influenza. That said, I think it is realistic that we will not see the situation with hospitalizations and deaths as bad as what we experienced with Delta and Omicron, at least for a while. Too many of us have had exposure, either through infection, vax, or both.
☝☝ This. It's never going to go away, and we are beyond the point where governments should try to pretend like they will get rid of it. Omicron, while creating some havoc on its own, seems to have given us what we really needed on the larger societal level for "herd immunity," whatever that means, that other previous variants could not. It's sad to say that out loud, as some were lost in that process and that is not lost on me. But omicron hopefully gave us that push to where we can move on. Like I said, we are beyond the time to stop focusing so much attention on this. I very much agree with Governor Cox last week when he said if we want to move on, then let's move on. ALL of us. All sides of this need to quit hyper-politicizing it by pushing mandates or mandates against mandates, and just move on. Let's truly be done if we're going to be done. All of us.

I'm personally ready for that. I've been that way for a while now. I'm up in Oregon right now and this was the sign at the venue I’m at. It will be really nice when these are gone everywhere.

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