In Reply to: nice post Born2 posted by cincinnatifan on March 12, 2020 at 09:59:51
It's much more difficult to avoid big crowds and all of the nasty stuff when living in or near the larger cities though. We often got colds and sometimes the flu during the 22 years we lived in San Diego. But we've never had the flu and only a few colds in the 24 years we've lived up here in the higher altitudes with the cleaner air, even as we aged by 24 years. Even during 2009/2010 during the terrible Swine flu virus attack, we didn't even have as much as a cold.
But as of now, there is nothing happening here in New Mexico where we live other than people buying up everything not nailed down in Walmart, Sam's Club and chain grocery stores. However, it's much easier for us than people in large cities to stay away from crowds. A crowd where we live is 3 to 4 people passing in a parking lot or the first of the month at Sams's club. But the sanitary part of protection isn't new to us. We've religiously been doing the hand washing, hand sanitizing thing for years plus we keep our flu and pneumonia shots up to date.
I'm not going to be without championship basketball this year though. I'm pulling out my VHS tapes of the 1995 NCAA tournament and will rewatch it. I predict the Bruins will win it all. Anyway, good luck to everyone and stay healthy.
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