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  1. Man, that brings back memories. I remember walking through a gauntlet of medics with those guns on both sides. Seems like I got seven or eight shots in just a few minutes. I could barely hold my arms up for the rest of that day.
  2. Okay, I'll bite. What does age have to do with it? I was old enough to get the shot, but got the sugar cube.
  3. If you're referring to the original post, then this thread is about Asians taking over the Grand Canyon. I'm glad it got tastefully re-directed from that subject.
  4. Agree, especially since that tractor can straddle an alligator which could do considerable damage to our vehicles.
  5. Actually, I don't think age has much to do with it. There were two types of vaccine given, either by shot or oral, after Salk's 1953 discovery. I don't know why some were given the shot and others the oral, but both were effective.
  6. If you'll hover your mouse cursor over their username, then click on "Message", you can send them a private message explaining your interest.
  7. When many of us here were children in the 1950's, it was common for entire families, neighborhoods, and communities to get the measles in one season or two, mumps almost as commonplace. Then schools started requiring vaccination for them and they were almost eradicated in the USA. In the past 20 years or so, people have quit getting their kids vaccinated............and measles is making a comeback. I'd rather be one of the very few who have a reaction to a vaccine and get sick than one of the many who don't get vaccinated and get sick. Three hundred million people (300,000,000) died from smallpox in the 20th century alone. Thanks to vaccination, that disease has been eradicated from Earth. As a young child, I remember living in fear of Polio. All the telethons and visuals of people being in iron lungs and crippled from that terrible disease. I remember to this day how happy I was when they started serving up the sugar cubes with the vaccine in it. How can anyone rationally argue against vaccines? Their track record is phenomenal.
  8. In 1918, 50 million people died from the flu. It can definitely kill.
  9. If you buy another Mobley, then all you would have to do is take the sim out of the old one and put it in the new one. You wouldn't have to call anyone. There's a few of them on eBay right now, if you want to go that way.
  10. Least expensive option is probably the ZTE Velocity hotspot. It can be found on eBay fairly reasonable. Better option would be a Unite Explore hotspot, probably about $150 on eBay. Best option is Netgear Nighthawk MR1100 hotspot, a little more cost. Any one of those would be a vast improvement in performance over the Mobley.
  11. Thanks RV. So, you don't have to pay the $7,000 for autonomous driving until they actually activate it?
  12. Not at all. Maybe I should have worded it differently. Just that you've always been generous with information, even when it concerns your personal experiences. I have noticed the pricing on their website and just curious if they discount them at all at a dealer. Also wondering how long it takes to get one once you order.
  13. Congratulations RV. Since you've shared every other detail of your life, I'm curious. How long before delivery and how much for the drive out cost? Also, are there any tax incentives for buying an EV? Thanks.
  14. Here, enter your zip code and see what channels it offers. YouTube TV
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