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Thursday, March 26, 2020

"LIve Free Or Die" In Your House


 
Hmmm, lets see, how many days is it from March 26, 2020 - May 4, 2020

Oh, only 39 days....






Governor Chris Sununu issued a stay at home order on Thursday, March 26, for New Hampshire residents, in effect until May 4th.  He ordered all non-essential businesses to close, starting at midnight Friday, March 27. The moves are part of the state's broader efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in New Hampshire.
This page will be updated as we learn more about the governor's order.
Below are answers to some common questions about the new guidelines and what they mean for people in the state.



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  I think I might make it.....the state liquor stores are open.











23 comments:

  1. For God's sake don't take any chances! Get yer ass down to the likker store and stock up!

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    1. Hey, I'm even getting my Ranger windshield replaced next week. They say it's essential for safe driving. I like it!. Something smacked the windshield top center, and now there's a crack traveling kinda towards the middle of the passenger side. It was all kinda glazed over due to living in the wind/rain/sand on the Oregon beach country for 19 years.

      So I'll be happy, with the $100 deductible, so I can see, in the dark, going to work, in the rain.

      Hemingway Style.

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  2. How many Mom & Pop businesses will survive a 6 week closure? At least Wally World will be open and making billions while the competition is forced to close.

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    1. Things are tough. I just talked to the Windshield glass co. owner is working from home, and wasn't sure when he could have it replaced next week. He already ordered the windshield, so, he wants to get it on there ASAP, but is not sure when.
      I don't think WallyWorld will be able to sustain that kind of pressure. I read where some blogger went to Wally world,and Kroegers, and no TP. He went to Staples, an office supply chain, and they had plenty. Gee, what supplies do they use in an office? hmmm?

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    2. I went to Wally World in Irish's state this AM. They're hurting for long term anything. NO TP or PT. most canned vegetables very low stock. No bleach, little cleaning supplies. They have lots of fresh veggies and fruit. Now that the gov has shut the state down, people'll be descending on the stores like swarm of locusts. The grocery store I shop at was a mixed bag yesterday. The has 6 and 8 packs of TP, limit one of either type, i.e. 1 six pack or 1 eight pack. They had paper towels, limit one four pack. Canned meat and fish - they has plenty of tuna, no sardines, five (5) of the small cans of Spam. Cereal aisle was OK stocked, although not to pre Kung Flu levels. Practically No spaghetti and practically no spaghetti sauce. The beef case was a disaster and no whole chickens and not very much chicken parts. After Saturday morning, more likely after this afternoon, it's going to be jungle out there. Gotta go to the liquor store, not that I drink that much normally, but I may start ;-)).

      I left home at 6:45AM to go to Wally World. There was virtually NO traffic. 15min. or so to go ten miles.

      Nemo

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    3. @Anonymous.

      Which one? Hudson or Amherst (or another)? I was in the Amherst one a few days ago. Some valiant efforts to restock though TP was still barren.

      Yesterday was at a local Market Basket. They seemed to be coming up the curve. Hoping to not go again until next week though the older kid is screaming about wanting strawberries and other fruits.

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    4. So, back from the state liquor store. The place was jammed. 3 registers, all having lines 2-3 people deep. I asked about Everclear. The clerk, a wiseass almost as old as I am, told me that this store has stopped REPLENISHING Everclear as it was selling out as soon as stocked. WTF? I guess the state liquor store employees were being forced to work too hard. (most state liquor store people I've dealt with over the years at this store have an attitude, sad to say)

      Anyway, I got what I had intended to buy, so all good.

      Nemo

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    5. @NITZAKHON West of the Gate City. OPSEC as much as possible. Bad enough I identified what state.

      Nemo

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    6. Glad you're one of us Nemo

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  3. Why is it that every libtard state is closed for Easter but trying to open for Ramadan and or cinco de sh☆t-o.

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  4. Hi Irish!!,
    All I can say is all those "Angel's" are "Servant's of "GOD THE FATHER!!!!" I often wonder who awaken's him in the morning when it is time to go to work???
    never mind the formalities,
    I need a DRINK!!!,
    skybill

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  5. Daughter is in NH. She works for a pharmaceutical manufacturer. She is considered essential. All she has been doing for the last month is going to work and going back home. She hasn't been within 10' of anybody during that time except when she is in the "clean room" in a bunny suit. She has ordered everything necessary on-line and lets it set for 48 hours after spraying it with disinfectant. She is convinced she is going to catch the Kung Flu.

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    1. I'm "lucky" to still be working. Although it's very difficult to get the social distancing with our company. Other than the market once in a while it's stay at home.

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  6. Another governor trashes the First Amendment. Hey, I'm peaceably assembling ... over there. I don't think people will put up with this lockdown BS for very long. Especially as word gets out that South Korea and Japan aren't doing much of it, and they have their virus situation under control.

    I guess "Live Free or Die" is just some words to decorate their license plates.

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    1. It is around here for sure. We are lucky not to be in a bigger city. I think they are trying to prevent the hospitals from getting inundated.

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  7. Fortunately, I have two bottles of FOUNDER'S EDITION whisky (their spelling) from Milk & Honey Distillery (I helped crowdfund them when they were starting up). Unfortunately, I'm still on my no-carb diet. :( Still, if things get bad enough...


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