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Palm Sunday and Easter
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Glad to see the Easter Decoration on one of my main connections with outside world since this lockdown. This has sort off shut down my spring summer activities. Getting together with my old friends for any activity is out. Hope we all of us survive and return to a enjoyable form of new Normal. My Clipper is still in off site winter storage.

Posted on: 4/5 7:35:05
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Re: Palm Sunday and Easter
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Yes Acolds, my sentiments as well. The Easter eggs were a welcome sight Big Kev; your timer doo-dads are working nicely. Happy Palm Sunday to everyone. Not sure where this whole 'thing' is going but we will eventually come out the other side of it and hopefully, back to some semblance of normalcy, although I strongly suspect some things may never be the same. And financially, I find it absolutely mind-boggling how EVERYTHING seems to be shutting down, the cost of which HAS to be in the trillions! Yikes. With 80-95% less ridership, BC Ferries have cancelled numerous sailings and removed some routes altogether. We were on Vancouver Island looking after some boat business and returned home early, thinking we could get stranded over there!! The US is still the hardest hit country in the world, so constant care and vigilance is key; stay safe everyone. Chris.

Posted on: 4/5 10:54:01
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Re: Palm Sunday and Easter
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I received a letter from my bank dated 12/31/2019 indicating a major problem was in store in the near future. So I closed down my brokerage account. I didn't have much money in it because Wall Street is so crooked. But if a bank can be on top of this problem what is wrong with the government?

Posted on: 4/5 12:31:20
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Re: Palm Sunday and Easter
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Never realized it was palm Sunday till you mentioned it. It's going to be a different Easter all together. Hopefully things will get back to normal quickly, but I think our economy will need quiet some time to recoup from this. Not trying to get political here, but not much good has been coming out of china since 1949, I think it's time to wean ourselves quickly from them.

Posted on: 4/5 16:35:51
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Re: Palm Sunday and Easter
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not much good has been coming out of china since 1949, I think it's time to wean ourselves quickly from them.

BDC, Boy, you're preachin' to the choir there!! If you only knew of the time and effort I've spent trying to buy products made in the US & Canada to support domestic manufacturing! I don't know of too many things I feel MORE strongly about but unfortunately, corporate greed led so many companies over there in the name of obscene profit, and now China practically OWNS our respective economies. Weaning ourselves from them might be a very good idea, just not sure where the trillions of dollars that we owe them would come from to 'pay 'em off' especially now with a proclaimed 'global recession'. Not to be pessimistic but I fear this whole mess could take a decade or more to recover from, financially. Just my two bits worth. Chris.

Posted on: 4/5 18:25:42
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Re: Palm Sunday and Easter
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The Fed caused it so they can pay it.

All they would do is enter it. now. A computer.

And done. Tax free. And no paper money.

Thin air money

Same way they are going to pump up wall street.

Posted on: 4/5 21:20:14
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