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  1. Masks will be with us for a while after there is mass vaccination. I think of it like safety features in my automobile. My brakes work, but I have seatbelts; my seatbelts work, but I have airbags; my airbags work but my vehicle is designed with crumple zones to protect me. Combined these make me safer.
  2. I sure hope you didn’t suffer the fate of my training class of newly inducted service members. Inoculations administered by E2 medical corps trainees. Hurt like the dickens to return salutes . . .
  3. That’s really good to hear. We aren’t looking for a different cruise provider, but . . . We are extremely displeased with the land travel provider that left us stuck in Europe and still hasn’t reimbursed us for services not provided. We’ll definitely look at Gate 1 for land tours.
  4. Because we really really really want it to be. I’m ok with people wanting this. But I get aggravated when they behave like it’s over already.
  5. That disregard for appropriate social hygiene behaviors is what will lead other countries to keep us out.
  6. Somethings to consider . . . Epidemiologists count? https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/08/upshot/when-epidemiologists-will-do-everyday-things-coronavirus.html?utm_source=nextdraft&utm_medium=email
  7. If anyone cares, you are both correct. Cruises did depart from both Penn’s Landing and the old Navy Yard. NCL, Royal Caribbean, and Carnival all had a few cruises a year in the early part of the century from the Navy Yard. It wasn’t really a very good set up. I recall processing through tents, and they later used a rehabbed factory. Made the old Bayonne facility look good. I remember driving my in-laws to a cruise from Penn’s Landing in the 70s or 80s and picking them up at the end of the cruise. That was even worse as there was a temporary processing facility and a confused traffic flow.
  8. I don’t share your optimism. The social hygiene behaviors I see, and I’m in a relatively compliant area, lead me to expect that we won’t get COVID under control by then. Here’s hoping I’m wrong.
  9. Either of you old enough to remember when Piggly Wiggly revolutionized food shopping with their patented one way, one aisle store a century ago? 😉 Coincidently that was right around the time of the 1918 flu. Put that in your “trivia ‘cheat’ book.”
  10. Here’s an excerpt from “AFAR” - https://www.afar.com/magazine/europe-proposes-extending-travel-ban-until-july-1?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=060720 ItalyNationalPark&utm_term=Daily Wander (Have opened newsletter before) Germany’s Seehofer said most of the EU’s interior ministers want to extend the current entry ban on outside travelers “by 14 days until July 1.” Visitors from the United States, Russia, or Brazil, for example, would only be allowed back into Europe based on how those nations have brought the spread of the virus under control, he said. Those three nations account for 44 percent of the world’s confirmed infections and nearly 38 percent of the world’s confirmed coronavirus deaths, according to Johns Hopkins. Based on the numbers continuing to trend up in many states, July 1 seems early. And, if the demonstrations result in a quicker rise in infections, we’ll be personae non grata Over there for quite some time yet.
  11. I should note that the Bundesliga has been playing for a couple weeks now. And Korean baseball. And soon the Premiership! Even better we finally saw the credit to our CC for taxes and fees. We canceled and requested the refund in mid-March. Unfortunately they only offer FCC for the fare. Took a bit more than two months to see the certificates.
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