BellevilleMXZ

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About BellevilleMXZ

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  • Birthday 06/23/1967

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    Ontario,Canada
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    Family,Cars, Sledding, Boating, Cigars,good Whiskey and Rum

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  1. Got the Pfizer jab monday, (along with 4 other family)....very mild effects thankfully.
  2. Well, I had decided, back last summer I would probably pass on the vax, mostly due to the short length of time of testing,etc Well on to close to a year later, a couple lockdowns(still in one!), a few deaths of people I knew, who were either in good or decent health and I decided to do it. Got the Pfizer jab on monday. Almost zero side effects thankfully. This has been a stressful and long 18 months, and I want a "normal" to return, whatever that may be. Sad this has been such a "rights" battle to some, time to move on.
  3. Since the masks have been brought up a lot here,I have a couple of thoughts. While I get the science behind why some say they do little.(plain cheap masks).... But.....Atleast twice a year I and usually the other 2 in my household, would always get a bad cold, maybe more. I've always been that way(im 53). I nor anyone in my house has had none since this nonsense started. And the same with most people I know. Now I work as a foreman for a large auto group, and am in prob. 15 cars a day, and the same with other folks I work with. While we give most a quick wipe down on "touch" surfaces(steering
  4. Not much sadly, as here in Ontario, Canada, its zoo with higher case than ever
  5. Well its glad to hear some of you folks are in areas that have low/no cases, and reopened for the most part, Here in Ontario, Canada, its a bit of a zoo right now. We have been locked down for roughly 3 weeks, with roughly 3 more to go....WITH higher cases than ever. Where I am, its not as bad as some bigger cities, so as the hospitals are overwhelmed there, they are now flying people in from those areas to OUR hospitals. Great times😟 Sadly we have a shortage of doses, so its a bit of an uphill battle to say the least. The Fed.Gov. is to blame for this mess,imo as they botched the vax purchase
  6. Love these. Have 50 cab sitting, while have about 15 left out of another 50cab.
  7. Sweet Jesus....are flame throws legal there???😱😆
  8. You folks need waaaaay more good pesticide down under 😱😆 Clusters of Spiders Try to Escape Rising Floodwaters in Regional New South Wales - YouTube
  9. As with lovethehaze, I also work in the industry. EVs either full or hybrid, are great for people that can afford to buy new and keep for max 4 or 5 years. Two big things that keep them from going big IMO is upfront cost(with or without tax incentives) , and the effect to the grid, if all of a sudden everyone starts charging their cars. There are already many brownouts on really hot/cold days now.....now start plugging in millions of cars? Sure in big cites maybe its an easier fix, but there is a TON of rural area out there that would be very cost prohibitive to upgrade. Back to the cost
  10. Ozark The Americans (surprised no one mentioned yet VERY good imo) Bosch Chernobyl Breaking bad
  11. While I am still not in a huge rush to get it,(not that it matters as will prob a awhile before I can anyway...) it did hit a little closer to home last week. I'm a Dealer tech, and a local dealer had an outbreak 2 weeks ago. Started as 2 people, with very little symptoms. Then turned to about 37+ over the following week. And this place was careful, with protocols. So it does seem to spread easy. Thankfully, nobody got real sick from it. I'm surprised really that it took that long to hit a dealer, what with all the cars we are in and out of.
  12. Whats it cost you USA folks to get this if you dont have insurance?
  13. Nice!! How was it busy wise?? Dont see alot of people around?

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