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Old 03-24-20, 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by ericy View Post
I would add that the next hot spots are likely to be Florida (probably due to Spring Break) and Lousiana (probably due to Mardi Gras).
Atlanta ICUs reportedly at full capacity. Hopefully @DougRNS is still out on his ride and safe.
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Hey LAJ - what Safety Glasses are you buying? I usually buy the anti fog.
I have some anti fog Ztek, but am partial to these. Lots of blue on the kits, and there are a couple with blue in them I like. I'm half tempted to try some bifocals, because the Garmin seems to be getting smaller....
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In other news, to effect quick passes of other cyclists out this morning, I did dial it up to 400w to pass several times. It doesn't actually feel like much of anything for that duration. Not sure what that guy was on about.
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It’s bad, the Governor is pleading for supplies and with people to cooperate and stay home. Kind of reminds me of when the mayor of New Orleans was pleading for help as Katrina struck, this could be even more tragic.
Even here, I am appalled by the lack of respect for the social distancing thing. Back the heck off, bro or sis, as the case may be.
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In other news, to effect quick passes of other cyclists out this morning, I did dial it up to 400w to pass several times. It doesn't actually feel like much of anything for that duration. Not sure what that guy was on about.
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Or at least his Ti bike.
I've never ridden with him but he has a cf Trek.
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Even here, I am appalled by the lack of respect for the social distancing thing. Back the heck off, bro or sis, as the case may be.
How is it at work?
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That's how they trick you - they really want you to get up and feed them.
I frequently feed Spot when I get up to pee. The way things are laid out here, it's no biggie.
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Originally Posted by kissTheApex View Post
I used to buy these from Amazon, but they seem not to be available through them anymore. The lens color is light enough that I can still comfortably wear at near down hours and “just” about enough for bright midday rides. But I have to admit, I was never comfortable with very dark sunglasses.

https://www.criticaltool.com/pyramex...s-silver-frame

what I’d really like is a pair of Rudy project photochromic glasses, but the #cheapskate in me doesn’t allow it.
Yeah, I'm a yellow lens guy, for all sunglass occasions.
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Originally Posted by sbxx1985 View Post
How is it at work?
No walk in's, phone only. Minimizing appointments, but am taking care of appointments made previously, and I screen all appointments before setting one. Attitude is everything, right now. In the old days, it was a family event to go to the place where LAJ will diagnose the car, now, one person only. We also deal with the diesel crowd, and the sign on the door means nothing to those tools. They'll wander on in, and the guys that work the diesel side will just tell them to get comfortable. Smudgepot drivers can't read anything, unless it has the word Bud, or Miller High Life in it...

It's weird.
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In other news, to effect quick passes of other cyclists out this morning, I did dial it up to 400w to pass several times. It doesn't actually feel like much of anything for that duration. Not sure what that guy was on about.
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When you buy three pairs of cycling glasses for $10 during the zombie apocalypse, you're stimulating the economy and getting ahead at the same time.
And, speaking of getting ahead, the exchange rate is at an all time high. Everything is 20% cheaper(for American expats) than it was last week. And gas prices are significantly lower too, in case you want to go anywhere
Sad
And we will get to watch your coming week, knowing we are right behind.
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No walk in's, phone only. Minimizing appointments, but am taking care of appointments made previously, and I screen all appointments before setting one. Attitude is everything, right now. In the old days, it was a family event to go to the place where LAJ will diagnose the car, now, one person only. We also deal with the diesel crowd, and the sign on the door means nothing to those tools. They'll wander on in, and the guys that work the diesel side will just tell them to get comfortable. Smudgepot drivers can't read anything, unless it has the word Bud, or Miller High Life in it...

It's weird.
Boy howdy
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Amateur bike racing is just a fun thing, as far as I know, there's no penalty for not winning.
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I had to go to Wally World today (and was dreading every minute of it). Luckily, there were not too many people there, but the ones that were, were not social-distancing. I almost went full-Karen on the store manager because they had one woman- who looked to be in her late seventies- walking around in her street clothes, only wearing a pair of nitrile gloves, wiping down the electronic equipment with a wash cloth she occasionally dipped into a bucket of liquid in her cart. I asked her which disinfectant she was using. It turned out to be their normal cleaner than they use on everything all the time, the main ingredient being 6.5% ammonium hydroxide, which I sincerely hope I am wrong in thinking that it has not been found effective against covid.
"Well, I have to use what they give me. It's what we use all the time and there's really nothing better out there. Anyway, what does it matter? They haven't found anything that will kill the virus, have they?" She said to me. And came back to me, a little defensive like I was attacking her. I wasn't, I fully understood that she had to do what her employer said.
"Um, 10% bleach works just fine. That has been shown to work multiple times. Good luck to you, ma'am." I hope that got her to start questioning some things, but I doubt she's in a position to do so.
I just in that moment could not comprehend a way I could have a coherent conversation with the store manager without ending up on the news or part of a viral video. Still feel guilty about it, though, I probably should have tried to say something to someone higher up.
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No walk in's, phone only. Minimizing appointments, but am taking care of appointments made previously, and I screen all appointments before setting one. Attitude is everything, right now. In the old days, it was a family event to go to the place where LAJ will diagnose the car, now, one person only. We also deal with the diesel crowd, and the sign on the door means nothing to those tools. They'll wander on in, and the guys that work the diesel side will just tell them to get comfortable. Smudgepot drivers can't read anything, unless it has the word Bud, or Miller High Life in it...

It's weird.
What kind of place is it?
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Local automotive shop has gone self check in.

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Amateur bike racing is just a fun thing, as far as I know, there's no penalty for not winning.
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What kind of place is it?
It's a division of the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. I diagnose vehicles that shops and consumers are having issues with passing the emission test. We still run an IM240 loaded mode dyno test, and it's as close to real as it can get.

The diesel side is a whole different ballgame, but there is a pretty cool old dyne that can handle a tandem wheel coalburner, and it's pretty interesting to watch a tandem dump or tractor spool that thing up. Less the noise, and the smell, and all the rest that's associated with those pigs.
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In other news, to effect quick passes of other cyclists out this morning, I did dial it up to 400w to pass several times. It doesn't actually feel like much of anything for that duration. Not sure what that guy was on about.
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Originally Posted by rjones28 View Post
Local automotive shop has gone self check in.

That's awesome, and I may steal it.
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In other news, to effect quick passes of other cyclists out this morning, I did dial it up to 400w to pass several times. It doesn't actually feel like much of anything for that duration. Not sure what that guy was on about.
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It's a division of the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. I diagnose vehicles that shops and consumers are having issues with passing the emission test. We still run an IM240 loaded mode dyno test, and it's as close to real as it can get.

The diesel side is a whole different ballgame, but there is a pretty cool old dyne that can handle a tandem wheel coalburner, and it's pretty interesting to watch a tandem dump or tractor spool that thing up. Less the noise, and the smell, and all the rest that's associated with those pigs.
I retired from a Chevy dealer last year. I did IM 240 testing on around 6000 cars until California switched to static IM testing on everything 2000 and newer.
We never put a diesel on the dyno.
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I retired from a Chevy dealer last year. I did IM 240 testing on around 6000 cars until California switched to static IM testing on everything 2000 and newer.
We never put a diesel on the dyno.
Yep. I knew you were there forever, with the typical shop stuff. I didn't know you guys did IM240, which is cool. I know ASM was big for a while. I have a few friends that are getting ready to, or have closed up shop, in California. The BAR and CAP would have driven me over the edge.

I was thrilled to walk away from the private part, though the pay cut was tough to take, at least in the beginning. I gained time, and quit hurting my body, and that's worth more than gold. Plus, I don't have to fix anything, unless I feel like it. We have an all wheel dyne for cars and light trucks, and the diesel dyne is over in a different part of the shop.
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We didn't participate in the CAP because I didn't want to and the owner really didn't know about it. To be in that part of the program you have to apply and qualify.
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I had to go to Wally World today (and was dreading every minute of it). Luckily, there were not too many people there, but the ones that were, were not social-distancing. I almost went full-Karen on the store manager because they had one woman- who looked to be in her late seventies- walking around in her street clothes, only wearing a pair of nitrile gloves, wiping down the electronic equipment with a wash cloth she occasionally dipped into a bucket of liquid in her cart. I asked her which disinfectant she was using. It turned out to be their normal cleaner than they use on everything all the time, the main ingredient being 6.5% ammonium hydroxide, which I sincerely hope I am wrong in thinking that it has not been found effective against covid.
"Well, I have to use what they give me. It's what we use all the time and there's really nothing better out there. Anyway, what does it matter? They haven't found anything that will kill the virus, have they?" She said to me. And came back to me, a little defensive like I was attacking her. I wasn't, I fully understood that she had to do what her employer said.
"Um, 10% bleach works just fine. That has been shown to work multiple times. Good luck to you, ma'am." I hope that got her to start questioning some things, but I doubt she's in a position to do so.
I just in that moment could not comprehend a way I could have a coherent conversation with the store manager without ending up on the news or part of a viral video. Still feel guilty about it, though, I probably should have tried to say something to someone higher up.
Every day I feel the same way. Something that leaves me aghast like the person doing the cleaning using an ineffective product and not being aware there’s an effective product.

Todays was this: a cycling friend who is a dentist put up a long ranting FB post about how she closed her practice and laid off her staff because the State of California forced her to stop practicing due to COVID19 concerns. What? I asked what she was talking about and eventually it turned out the actually the California Dentistry Association has recommended that dentists not see patients unless they have the appropriate personal protective equipment for themselves and their staff. And she doesn’t have that equipment (masks etc) & can’t get it, so she can’t see patients (plus she wouldn’t see enough emergent/urgent cases to be able to support staying open). So in reality it’s a supply chain issue that has more to do with lack of pandemic preparedness on a national level. I pointed this out and she agreed with what I stated and then immediately insisted again that she was shut down by the State of California.

I asked her if she would see cases if she had PPE. Yes, she would. Emergencies and urgent things.

I asked her if the California Dentistry Assoc (which by the way is not a government organization) hadn’t issued the recommendation that dentists not see cases without PPE, what would she do? She said she’d see cases without PPE, she doesn’t think it’s necessary and she thinks her patients can use their brains and decide on their own whether to see a dentist with PPE or not. Good Lord. Your average joe can’t glance at a medical provider’s mask and assess its viability for protecting them against a specific viral infection!

Of course this post has now been spread far and wide in our circle. Doesn’t matter one iota that the fundamentals of the rant- that the State of California shut her practice down and put her and her staff out of work- isn’t true. Reality, truth, honesty just don’t matter any more.

PS Her husband works for JPL. Financially she personally will be fine.
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Guess who just got a push reel mower?

Mowing of the lawns is now a zone 2 activity.

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Wow, Heathpack !!! Amazing how many people like to roll the dice.
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Guess who just got a push reel mower?

Mowing of the lawns is now a zone 2 activity.

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Todays was this: a cycling friend who is a dentist put up a long ranting FB post about how she closed her practice and laid off her staff because the State of California forced her to stop practicing due to COVID19 concerns. What? .
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I saw that and there was a lot of the "cure is worse than the illness" sentiment expressed by the other posters. There were posts about how Covid19 is no worse than the flu.
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I saw that and there was a lot of the "cure is worse than the illness" sentiment expressed by the other posters. There were posts about how Covid19 is no worse than the flu.
Ha now I am outed because you can read my replies and learn my true identity!
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Ha now I am outed because you can read my replies and learn my true identity!
I better go check that out!
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