Rhino

Rhino

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3 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - In Conclusion Open Thread · 0 replies · +2 points

The closest thing I've ever heard was an airbag deploying when a car hit a tree in the neighbors yard. THAT sounded exactly like a shotgun and I did yell "GET DOWN" at Andy.

3 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - In Conclusion Open Thread · 5 replies · +10 points

Our Ring app... If every report of "gunshots" were true, I'd be living in a warzone and not a city consistently rated one of the safest places to live in the entire gd country. And they aaaaalways say, "I know what gunshots sound like!". No, my dude, you do not.

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - End o' the Week Open T... · 0 replies · +2 points

Adorable! She looks really excited to be a big sis.

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - Middling Open Thread · 0 replies · +2 points

I was having a very hard time w/ number of infections vs number of tests. Just for example, if there were 100 tests and 1 infection. Did that 1 person take those 100 tests or did 99 people come up as negative. I guess it's some combination thereof and for some reason I was very fixated on that last night.

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - Middling Open Thread · 1 reply · +3 points

I'm didn't ask the question clearly. I went down a wormhole of covid numbers last night and spiraled.

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - Middling Open Thread · 3 replies · +2 points

Most people that report to actual places w/ other people do the same here. I just tried to find the info I asked about on a whim, and I guess tat's the big difference, you can find that information and I can't. (Hm, I should see if my county says something about how they're reporting.)

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - Middling Open Thread · 5 replies · +9 points

Yeah but we all know that the US is Canada's dumb cousin that eats chalk.

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - Middling Open Thread · 10 replies · +3 points

I have a question for the brain trust. Covid testing. When a state reports cumulative tests is that a raw number of all tests done since the start of the pandemic or individuals tested regardless of how many times?
I ask because, for instance, my sister is the rehab coordinator for a skilled nursing facility. She tests daily, as do the rest of the staff. People who test frequently could really throw off the numbers, no?

4 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - Middling Open Thread · 0 replies · +2 points

Dumb fact - I've been on a couple hundred flights (probably still a lower number than most of Crass) and I have never, ever bought alcohol on a flight. Not even in my wild, self-destructive days. (I've definitely gotten on flights drunk af, but haven't drank on the plane.)

5 weeks ago @ Crasstalk - You're Going to Have a... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yeah, not likely to be in the US.