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Corona discussion.


Well-Known Member
Jan 21, 2003
Sarasota, Fla
Stuck at home, getting some long overdue paperwork and chores finished. My boat is in the shop, so no loss to be stuck, but I've come down with the dreaded disease(I think). Makes it easy to sit and do almost nothing for the next couple of weeks. After that, don't want to think about it. So far, the Governor has resisted locking down Florida, but that could change any day. Lots of cases here.
Feb 11, 2017
Palmade Mallorca
Hay que tener paciencia en España llevamos ya dos semanas encerrados en cuarentena, a las 20 horas cada noche salimos todos a los balcones o ventanas a aplaudir a los Sanitarios, policía, ejercito, trabajadores de supermercados, servicios de limpieza, seguridad etc.. trabajos esenciales
que están dando todo su esfuerzo a riesgo de contraer el COVID 19.

Mi mujer trabaja de cajera en supermercados Eroski SYP va cada día a trabajar, Yo trabajo de noche vigilante de seguridad
no nos importa dar todo lo que tenemos por los demás.

Nuestra salida de todos es una vacuna, aunque se terminen los contagios el virus seguirá vivo.

Solo os pido paciencia y cumplir la cuarentena.


You have to be patient in Spain we have been locked in quarantine for two weeks, at 8:00 p.m. every night we all go out to the balconies or windows to applaud the Sanitariums, police, army, supermarket workers, cleaning services, security, etc. work essential
who are giving all their efforts at the risk of contracting COVID 19.

My wife works as a cashier in supermarkets Eroski SYP goes to work every day, I work at night as a security guard
we don't mind giving everything we have for others.

Our departure from all is a vaccine, although the contagions are finished the virus will continue alive.

I only ask for your patience and comply with the quarantine.


New Member
Nov 19, 2020
I’m fairly sure most chickens are electrocuted or gassed before they are killed, thus minimising the suffering as much as possible. Not sure what point you were trying to make as I don’t see how that compares to countries were there are no laws whatsoever to protect the welfare of animals.


Well-Known Member
Oct 17, 2017
Between here and nowhere
I will have to re-read this thread to see where the chicken got in. But to reply to your post, the fact that we need laws to protect animals from abuse says enough about what is wrong with the current state of humanity.
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