On Apr 10, 2021:
posted by justincredible
Florida is so open compared to Ohio it’s comical. From 99% masked in public to less than 5% masked. I’m not sure how anyone is still standing.
Hopefully you’ll be quarantining alone at home for 14 days when you’re back and being tested several times!!
On Apr 9, 2021:
That guy sounds like a tool, and paid off or not, there's thousands more just like him on Reddit. There's a thread on the Ohio sub right now about the mandates still being in place, and some are saying they'll keep wearing masks through the end of the year (because January seems like the time to stop wearing masks if that's when you choose?)
But I'd like to play devil's advocate on the passports. And I'm not saying we need them or that's what should happen. But if I'm going to go to a Reds game, and my choices are go with the the safety protocols in place, whatever they may be (I haven't paid attention.) Or, provide documentation that you got this shot already, and you can go to the game and it'll be just like pre-Covid. Wouldn't providing the documentation be the simple thing to do?
Even the hospitalizations aren’t a great indicator anymore. We cut down to about 9 Covid beds available last month but had to expand back to 15 this week. But none of them are significantly sick. We don’t have any ventilators running. One patient was a GI bleed but ended up testing positive so he then counts as a Covid hospitalization. Completely asymptomatic to Covid.
On Apr 8, 2021:
posted by SportsAndLady
Can’t you guys just stay inside? I mean it’ll be like a month or two more. You have to drive around, do birthday party parades, let your kids play with other kids, etc. I mean is it really that difficult for you guys to just stay inside?
One year anniversary of this stupid shit on 4/9. Somewhere S&L is still staying inside.
posted by Ironman92
Get to go to a 12 team invitational track meet tomorrow with unlimited tickets per athlete....gotta still wear masks though.
Will be scary being outside and all
Can’t you guys just stay inside til May?
Yep. I haven’t filled a growler in a while. Fortunately this place is on way to my parents house who I visit a couple times a month.
I had a honey kolsch last night and loved it. But the brewery is smaller and doesn’t sell their stuff in stores. This bar not far from me had a keg of it, but the brewery is a 30 minute drive. First world problems. The bar I think is still selling beers to go so I might grab a few more this weekend hopefully.
posted by Spock
How about we start treating it like we treat "the Flu"
On Apr 6, 2021:
I’ve seen people rave about Cigar City brewing on Reddit. They’re in Florida I believe. Tampa maybe?
I’ve been transitioning into the spring beers. Sonder redid their Blanc and went heavy on the clove which I’m a sucker for. I already liked that beer anyways.
Does that say Banana S’mores imperial stout? Sounds interesting, so I’m interested.
On Apr 5, 2021:
(Baylor gets a defensive stop)
Raftery: HOLY FUCK THEYRE SO AMAZING
Lily from the AT&T commercials fucking sucks.
Baylor just more quick and athletic.
On Apr 4, 2021:
It should be a really good game.
On Mar 31, 2021:
Driving to the hoop also makes you rely on the ref calling a foul, which didn’t work out for the Baylor women’s team the other night.
Working my way through Arrested Development.
Going to Masthead up in Cleveland might be on the to do list for the summer. I’ve enjoyed a couple of their IPAs but their Superior Wit beer that came out recently is amazing.
The CDC can fuck off anymore.
Also, and I know we just talked about this, but why the hell are people out for walks wearing an N95?
On Mar 30, 2021:
That was crazy just now with the ref. He was just laying there motionless like he got shot. Didn’t look good.
On Mar 27, 2021:
I know this is apart of basketball but god damn these games drag on forever. Each team has to use to three time outs the last 90 seconds. Villanova is fouling while down 11 with 27 seconds left FFS.