kizer permanente

On Jan 18, 2021:

kizer permanente replied to "2020 Browns" at 08:54 am

Without obj, Cleveland has no deep threat and no one to stretch the defense out. It’s as much Cleveland’s fault for not scheming right than just his for not performing. I’m not as enthusiastic to get rid of him as some are. Cleveland needs to do better with their offensive schemes when he’s in. 


But yeah... we need defense defense defense on the draft. 

On Jan 17, 2021:

kizer permanente replied to "2020 Browns" at 03:44 pm

I know this is an unpopular take here among Osu fans, but Ward is soft af. 

On Jan 1, 2021:

kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 02:33 pm

Neighbor of mine growing up and guy I used to go to the gym with  killed himself in his car last night. I only put this here bc people have mentioned the mental health toll the pandemic takes. He was always a little off but nice person nonetheless. Super into working out and body building. Not sure I expected him to kill himself as much effort as he put into himself but I know mental health doesn’t care about your hobbies. 

On Dec 21, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Cancer sucks" at 11:45 pm

Best of luck and thoughts with you, Goon. You’re one of the good ones. 

On Dec 14, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "sereinpnew" at 10:29 pm

First 

kizer permanente replied to "2020 Browns" at 09:53 pm

Chuck Clark’s career almost ended by a goal post. 

On Dec 13, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Vacation Homes" at 04:46 pm
posted by gut

I didn't think it was quite that bad.  I thought it was fine for vehicles to sit for 3 months, maybe even 6.  And I think it would be less of an issue with newer vehicles.

I mean, sure, if you only start a car once every 3 months that's tough on the engine, but probably still not as much wear as starting it every day.

In any event, I'd probably be leasing a vehicle for 3 years and so wouldn't worry if sitting was shortening its life.


Good point. That probably makes more sense to lease it. 


kizer permanente replied to "Vacation Homes" at 04:32 pm
posted by Automatik

Fuel stabilizer and trickle charger. I've actually been looking into this. I'm considering buying an SUV for road trip purposes and leaving it in Colorado. It can be done, obviously garaging it is ideal. 

My parents currently drive back and forth from Eastern OH to Denver due to their dog, but he's ancient and on his last leg. They will be leaving a vehicle there in the near future.

Head gaskets, seals getting brittle are the biggest issue, not your battery. Not to mention the wreak of havoc on pumps and your starter that sit stationary. It’s just not good practice to let vehicles sit. 


kizer permanente replied to "Vacation Homes" at 02:27 pm
posted by Automatik

For $600k I think you’d be able to factor in a solution for that. My grandfather had a house outside of Tampa. At one point had two vehicles there.


Yeah... but like I said it’s not about money. My wife’s sister and brother in law live in Potomac MD, are rich af, and still drive 15 hrs down to their Florida house bc they don’t want to leave vehicles just sitting there for months on end. They also stay for months at a time so renting a car for months isn’t economical either. 


kizer permanente replied to "Vacation Homes" at 10:33 am
posted by Automatik

Is flying not an option? Why the 11 hr drive caveat? 

id imagine its the lack of having a car or having to leave one there for the limited time you're there which is bad for a vehicle.

On Dec 7, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 02:14 am
posted by Dr Winston O'Boogie

Yes I do.  That's why I said he was once one of America's heroes.  He was fantastic during that.  It's hard to reconcile that with what he's become. 

How hard is it to be a mayor after a national tragedy and look good? Only thing you have to do is not gloat that you now have the tallest building in NY. 


On Dec 4, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 11:29 pm
posted by jmog

For the 3rd time, compare mask wearing now to last March/April. Mask wearing is WAY up and yet the spread is worse.


People are also indoors with each other a lot more. People are back in schools. People are playing sports. People are back to work in person. People are eating and drinking in public..... the list goes on and on. There’s way more chances of exposure now then in March. The two are not comparable in any sense.  It’s a terrible take man. 


kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 09:57 pm
posted by jmog

Current evidence says other wise.  95% mask compliance and it is spreading as bad or worse than the first wave back in April when no one wore masks.


Lol dude I can post at least 100 pictures right now from my Facebook feed alone of people in weddings alone dancing hugging taking pictures with no masks on. It’s not people wearing masks that are spreading it. Just stop. 


On Nov 25, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 10:47 am

Former golf league partner of mine died today after 2 weeks on a vent in the hospital. He was 51. 1 kid in high school  and other 2 in college. 

On Nov 24, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 12:45 pm
posted by Ironman92

Like in places or just outside about the town?


I don’t go to Walmart anymore but when I did the few times people put their mask on when they went in then took it off soon as the got back into the aisles.  I mostly just goto Giant Eagle now.  I’d say more people have masks on than not, but also more people wear them wrong (under nose) than not too. 


kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 12:43 pm
posted by Ironman92

Like in places or just outside about the town?


Grocery stores mostly. Outside and around town I bet that number goes down to 20-25% tops. 


kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 11:59 am
posted by Ironman92

I think the 83% is real close

I’d guess close to 50-60%. And out of those only another 50-60% wears it over their nose and mouth, not as a chin strap.  


kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 11:32 am

Is that 83% of people just saying they wear masks?  Bc a quick stroll thru public places appear no where close to 83%. I saw one idiot yesterday chewing on his mask like a baby and it’s pacifier. 

On Nov 23, 2020:

kizer permanente replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 04:40 pm
posted by sportchampps

My vaccine trial date was pushed back until the second week of December. Reading that the AZ one is only 70% effective I may just opt out and wait for the other vaccines. If it’s only 70% effective and I only have a 66% chance of getting it I’m not sure it’s worth the risk. 

Nah....It depends how its dosed. 

When given a half dose then a full dose a month later it was 90% effective. When given 2 full doses it was only 62% effective,

kizer permanente replied to "2020 Presidential Election thread" at 01:09 pm
posted by Heretic

Translation: If I keep crying, the Tears Fairy will grant my wish!!!

newsmax and oann told him Trump was cheated. they wouldn't lie to him.

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