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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Page View Post
    Travel plans
    Jump in your car and head up into the mountains. Find a place where there is nobody and take a walk. That's what I've been doing. It isn't airborne so all you have to do is avoid other people.
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    If we're going to hunker down in our sawdust filled bunkers we should at least have some good music to go with it:

    Don't Stand So Close to Me, by the Police
    Clean, Clean, by the Buggles
    Safety Dance - Men Without Hats
    Don't Touch Me There--The Tubes
    It's the End of the World as We Know it - REM
    The End, by the Doors
    Catch Me If You Can - Dave Clark 5
    Dead Bodies Everywhere - Korn
    Cemetery Gates - Pantera
    I Stay Away - Alice in Chains
    For Whom the Bell Tolls - Metallica
    Clean My Wounds - Corrosion of Conformity
    Down with the Sickness - Disturbed
    Paranoid - Black Sabbath
    School's Out - Alice Cooper
    Don’t Touch Me - Tammy Wynette
    From A Distance - Bette Midler
    Alone Again Naturally - Gilbert O’Sullivan
    Leave Me Alone - Helen Reddy
    I Drink Alone - George Thorogood
    Cat Scratch Fever- Ted Nugent
    Hot Blooded- Foreigner
    Take my Breath Away- Berlin
    Harder to Breathe- Maroon 5
    Doctor! Doctor!- Thompson Twins
    No One Lives Forever- Onigo Boingo
    Keep Your Hands to Yourself - The Georgia Satellites
    Anything by The Cure
    Anything by Anthrax

    -Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Page View Post
    Travel plans


    "the other day I took my wife to a place she'd never been before..........the kitchen"
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    Need more music?

    I'm Burning for You & Don't Fear the Reaper- Blue Oyster Cult
    Death to my Hometown & Countin' on a Miracle- Bruce Springsteen
    Sick for the Cure- Cinderella
    Don't Talk To Me- Dave Edmunds
    DOA- Foo Fighters
    All Things Must Pass- George Harrison
    Last Night On Earth- Green Day
    Ready to Die- Iggy Pop and the Stooges
    Cabin Fever- Joey Ramone
    Bad Moon Rising- Creedence Clearwater Revival
    Epitath- King Crimson
    Sick Again & In My Time of Dying- Led Zeppelin
    Government Flu- Dead Kennedys
    Cold Sweat- James Brown
    Scared for the Children- Jeff Beck
    Is Anybody Out There?- Pink Floyd
    I Wanna Live & I Wanna be Well & I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You- The Ramones
    The Fever- Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes
    Fixin' to Die- Steve Earle
    Miracle Cure- The Who
    Better Off Alone- Steve Earle
    I Don't Need No Doctor- Ray Charles

    And of course anything by The Grateful Dead

    -Tom

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    Here's one I saw Jim Becker post on FB.

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    Need more music?
    How about:

    My Friend the Witch Doctor - David Saville
    Don't You Touch My Leg - Maria Muldar
    "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty."
    - Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Koepke View Post
    Don't You Touch My Leg - Maria Muldaur
    Midnight at the Oasis, sorry, too distracting. You're liable to hurt yourself. Proceed with caution. :^)

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    How about a Belly Laugh?

    https://youtu.be/aww4HT5g7ig

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    We have nothing to fear
    So long as TP is near.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill epstein View Post
    How about a Belly Laugh?

    https://youtu.be/aww4HT5g7ig
    That was great. You just gotta love Buddy Hackett!
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
    - Sir Edmund Burke

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    Normally I watch movies - at real theaters. But now trapped in the fallout shelter we need a little video entertainment:

    Die Hard 1 and 3 (sorry, Diehard 2 stunk and never saw #4)
    Walking Dead Series
    Kiss Me Deadly
    The Killing
    The Big Sleep
    The Shadow Strikes
    The Unseen
    The Red Menace
    Man in the Attic
    I Died a Thousand Times
    The Good Die Young
    Murmur of the Heart
    9 1/2 Weeks

    If you haven't guessed I watch a lot of film noir.

    -Tom

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    Die Hard 1 and 3 (sorry, Diehard 2 stunk and never saw #4)
    Tom, did you know there is a #5 in the series? A Good Day to Die Hard takes place mostly in Russia where John McClane discovers his son works for the CIA.

    #4 Live Free or Die Hard is interesting compared to our current situation in it depicts disruption in American life due to our computer systems.

    jtk
    "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty."
    - Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)

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    Reusable toilet paper substitute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederick Skelly View Post
    That was great. You just gotta love Buddy Hackett!
    One of the all time greats!
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    I can't remember how I came across this: there are ladies who make cloth terlet paper. Seems to be a thrift thing ,but
    also an upgrade ..."take THAT ,MR WIPPLE !" They call it "family cloth". Used clothes are put into a receptacle and washed
    in the washing machine ,often on pre wash mode first.

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