I want some of that.
How much do you want? One 32 oz. bottle has about 8oz. and the other bottle is full. I will deliver one or both directly to your door. Currently the price of gold is hovering around $1650/ounce. For longtime E.O. members I will deliver directly for only $1200/ounce. P.M. me with your credit card number number, real name, delivery address and amount in ounces you wish to purchase. I also have about a liter of genuine raicilla from Jalisco, Mexico to clean your inards.The rubbing alcohol in that picture is like gold to me right now.
This article hits on some of those antiviral treatments potentially in the pipeline.The plasma treatment won't be a widespread treatment. That will only be used on the most dire cases. But the anti viral treatments are probably going to be the ticket. Chloroquine looks like it's helping to tamp down on the body's response, which is what's really killing people, but there's at least one treatment that coats the little spikes on the virus that prevents if from grabbing onto and entering a cell, which is the same as not letting out infect people in the first place. Until we get a vaccine, something like that is probably going to be the game changer.
But, they're are thousands of people working on many different things, and some of them are going to work. And sooner rather than later.
As Ed Harris so eloquently said in Apollo 13,
"Let's work the problem, people."
"I don't care what something is designed to do, I want to know what it can do."
These are wise words for any crisis. Guessing, blaming... none of that helps, it isn't productive. You have to focus on, and work the problem. In this crisis, same as most others, the problem isn't who said what when, the problem is the virus and how to deal with it. Everything that is said or done that isn't focused on the problem is time-wasting, distracting bull§hit.
Not really. I tend to sit outside the convenience store (or wherever) if there are too many people in there. The numbnut customers at the QT in Wichita are all acting like there's no virus issue.Is any expediter actually having problems with the quarantine in their personal life?
Not really. I tend to sit outside the convenience store (or wherever) if there are too many people in there. The numbnut customers at the QT in Wichita are all acting like there's no virus issue.
I had to go to the Post Office to get a stamped envelope to mail in the rebate stuff for the BlueParrott I bought the other day. Big Post Office near the pickup in Wichita, but it was so crowded you could almost see the coronavirus hanging in the air. I went to a Post Office along the way to the delivery in a town who's population was 237. The Postmaster lady and me were the only ones in there.
Delivered a load this morning over near Dodge City and the guy at the delivery wouldn't come closer than 10 feet, wouldn't sign the BOL, told me to sign it, and absolutely did not want a copy of the BOL. That's the way you do it.
For the most part when I'm not in the van in wearing an N95 mask.