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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Texas_Signmaker, Mar 20, 2020.
I figured you're the type that likes a good cornhole tournament.
To keep busy I'm working on a patent-pending solution to the 3M N95 respirator shortage using antimicrobial socks and rubber bands.
So you're a homophobe on top of all your other social defects?
Wrong again Bauman, I don't dislike you for that.
To go along with the cornhole humor here is an important message from the IOC:
Wonder what his parents were thinking when they named their child, must be a Canadian thing.
If that was my name, I would go by Richard.
If we go on lock down, I have a shower at the office,fast internet and cable tv. I'll just live there and work. Until it's decided that I don't have to pay rent for the time I am closed, only then will I go home.
The fed is now printing unlimited money and buying corporate bonds and ETF, this is going to be bad in the long term https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/23/fed...ets-including-open-ended-asset-purchases.html
Yup, theyre running on fumes and driving right past the gas station with their foot on the floor.
It's amusing...I have one of my larger clients to thank for keeping printing shops open in NJ. They were deemed essential...as they do a LOT of election ballots and such for the state & local governments. In light of that decision by our governor, we are allowed to be open as well. Not sure if its a blessing or a curse at the moment...as Im paying my employees to stand around and clean what's already been cleaned late last week. I feel an obligation to them to keep my crew employed and working for as long as I can sustain it.
When I worked at Johnsonville we had a company wide cornhole tournament and the winners would go on the ACL state championship. If you won that it's on to nationals. Funny story - I won the company wide tournament. After I won the first 3 matches I decided I was good enough to really try hard. I dug through 3 feet of snow to get my parents cornhole boards from the cottage garage and set them up in the living room. I practiced for 2 hours a night over a 3 week period and got some coaching from a "professional". Four of us went to the Johnsonville Tailgate Village where the tournament was. Unfortunately, we had to play partners. We had to win 3 matches to qualify for nationals and we won our first two and lost our last one by a couple bags. It was very nerve wracking. The last match I played at Johnsonville had about 200 people watching in the Atrium...I was dripping wet with sweat. The matches at Lambeau were live on TV and I could hear the announcer..."Stacey is up, she's got the hole blocked, is she going to use the slippery side to push or the sticky side for the air mail?" - I got nervous and thought, "IDK! What the hell AM I going to do????" I'm totally not kidding about this. It was the most random thing I've ever been good at in my life. I just asked my mom for some pics of me playing at Lambeau. Here are a couple I took of the set-up and the practice area. Johnsonville gave me the practice boards when I quit and my team signed them. I had pics on FB but my ex took them and we have each other blocked LOL