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    Spring break bozos!

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    Wouldn’t expect anything less from the fucking Tide Pod eating generation!

    Fucking idiots!!

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    Just an FYI if your planning to come to Buntzen lake area......

    Due to the ongoing concerns with COVID-19, we're adjusting access to Buntzen Lake and Hayward Lake Recreation Area facilities. Including closing picnic areas, docks, beach and boat launch. Operating hours and parking availability will also be reduced.

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    I saw that on TV. It made me sick to my stomach.

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    And idiotic, stupid, brain dead, selfish moronic celebrities like Evangelline Lilly, with an immune compromised father says and does things like this. Did I mention she's an idiot...https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbi...f-isolate.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by westcoastrider1982 View Post
    https://globalnews.ca/news/6700878/s...edium=Facebook

    Wouldn’t expect anything less from the fucking Tide Pod eating generation!

    Fucking idiots!!
    Yet the "responsible" non-Tide Pod eating elected officials that could have closed the beach(s) to prevent this didn't.....why ? Maybe the loss of revenue to their city/town would have been such that they would be out of a job come next election. These humps are all going home and taking whatever they have with them, as long as they leave their money behind who cares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uncleg View Post
    Yet the "responsible" non-Tide Pod eating elected officials that could have closed the beach(s) to prevent this didn't.....why ? Maybe the loss of revenue to their city/town would have been such that they would be out of a job come next election. These humps are all going home and taking whatever they have with them, as long as they leave their money behind who cares.
    Sorry mate, but did you even read the article? At least as it relates to Miami, the city officially cancelled all spring break festivities (as per the article and whatever that means). Bars and restaurants are closed too. And although I understand your frustration, it's really tough to close an outdoor public space that actually doesn't have locks and doors. A city council can declare "our beaches are closed" - whether it's college students wanting to party or a jogger wanting to go out for a run, there's not much one can do to make sure no one goes to the beach. And when it comes to "loss of revenue", this might surprise you, but the last time I was in Miami, I didn't have to pay to step onto the beach - true story! With the exception of forcibly removing people from the beach, there's not much a city can do if people (irresponsible as it may be given the situation) decide to go party on the beach. Being young and reckless is not something that just happens with generation Z, it's something common with all generations.

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    It’s in the realm of possibility that the national guard would be called in to enforce beach closures, similar to how they were activated in New York State, although for a different reason. Desperate times call for desperate measures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleomac View Post
    Sorry mate, but did you even read the article? At least as it relates to Miami, the city officially cancelled all spring break festivities (as per the article and whatever that means). Bars and restaurants are closed too. And although I understand your frustration, it's really tough to close an outdoor public space that actually doesn't have locks and doors. A city council can declare "our beaches are closed" - whether it's college students wanting to party or a jogger wanting to go out for a run, there's not much one can do to make sure no one goes to the beach. And when it comes to "loss of revenue", this might surprise you, but the last time I was in Miami, I didn't have to pay to step onto the beach - true story! With the exception of forcibly removing people from the beach, there's not much a city can do if people (irresponsible as it may be given the situation) decide to go party on the beach. Being young and reckless is not something that just happens with generation Z, it's something common with all generations.
    Sorry "mate" but did you read my reply.....I didn't say anything about bars and restaurants. They are all staying somewhere, buying booze somewhere, buying food somewhere...etc......and surprisingly enough now the beaches are close, or restricted to small groups 10 or less, which is being enforced by the police. Gee, wonder why it's possible now, not a week ago.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by uncleg View Post
    Sorry "mate" but did you read my reply.....I didn't say anything about bars and restaurants. They are all staying somewhere, buying booze somewhere, buying food somewhere...etc......and surprisingly enough now the beaches are close, or restricted to small groups 10 or less, which is being enforced by the police. Gee, wonder why it's possible now, not a week ago.?
    Shutting down non-essential businesses (I'm assuming Florida has done that) doesn't mean you can't buy food or booze. In fact, if you've ever done any traveling in the US, it is extremely easy to buy booze - because you can literally go to any grocery store (which are considered essential and still open) and simply buy booze (assuming the stores still have booze in stock) and food. Trader Joes, Walmart, Mom and Pop convenience stores, etc. all pretty much sell booze in the States - alcohol isn't as regulated in the US as in Canada. In terms of accommodations, I'm just taking a wild guess, but college aged students are probably the AirBnB crowd. I haven't heard anything about whether or not governments have restricted private individuals from renting out their places to other private individuals. In any event, college kids probably booked their AirBnB's prior to any "shutdowns" - some clearly decided to take the chance and go anyways. I get you might be "disgusted" and "shocked" by these kids being reckless and irresponsible - that's your right. But if you logically think about it - it's not all that surprising that some of those kids would still choose to do the normal spring break trip in these non-normal times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleomac View Post
    Shutting down non-essential businesses (I'm assuming Florida has done that) doesn't mean you can't buy food or booze. In fact, if you've ever done any traveling in the US, it is extremely easy to buy booze - because you can literally go to any grocery store (which are considered essential and still open) and simply buy booze (assuming the stores still have booze in stock) and food. Trader Joes, Walmart, Mom and Pop convenience stores, etc. all pretty much sell booze in the States - alcohol isn't as regulated in the US as in Canada. In terms of accommodations, I'm just taking a wild guess, but college aged students are probably the AirBnB crowd. I haven't heard anything about whether or not governments have restricted private individuals from renting out their places to other private individuals. In any event, college kids probably booked their AirBnB's prior to any "shutdowns" - some clearly decided to take the chance and go anyways. I get you might be "disgusted" and "shocked" by these kids being reckless and irresponsible - that's your right. But if you logically think about it - it's not all that surprising that some of those kids would still choose to do the normal spring break trip in these non-normal times.

    Are you even reading what I'm saying or is it just that you can't understand it.

    1) I have traveled in the United States and I am fully aware of what I can and cannot buy there. In fact I can probably buy things there that you can't since I hold dual citizenship and an FFL 1.

    2) Where did I say I was "disgusted" and "shocked" by how these kids were acting ?

    3) Your replies to my posts make about as much sense as these bozos carrying on the way they are/were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uncleg View Post
    Yet the "responsible" non-Tide Pod eating elected officials that could have closed the beach(s) to prevent this didn't.....why ? Maybe the loss of revenue to their city/town would have been such that they would be out of a job come next election. These humps are all going home and taking whatever they have with them, as long as they leave their money behind who cares.
    Quote Originally Posted by uncleg View Post
    Are you even reading what I'm saying or is it just that you can't understand it.

    1) I have traveled in the United States and I am fully aware of what I can and cannot buy there. In fact I can probably buy things there that you can't since I hold dual citizenship and an FFL 1.

    2) Where did I say I was "disgusted" and "shocked" by how these kids were acting ?

    3) Your replies to my posts make about as much sense as these bozos carrying on the way they are/were.
    You're right. My bad. You're original post I responded to was clearly a well thought out theory that politicians were merely making sure their state/city/county gets revenue - I totally missed that! LOL Great conspiracy theory! Stay calm and keep tin-foil hatting

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleomac View Post
    You're right. My bad. You're original post I responded to was clearly a well thought out theory that politicians were merely making sure their state/city/county gets revenue - I totally missed that! LOL Great conspiracy theory! Stay calm and keep tin-foil hatting
    Yup....a conspiracy theory that's been around awhile.. http://www.nbcnews.com/id/4428577/ns...-sand-revenue/

    .....as to the tin foil hat, you might want to put one on to protect what brain matter you have...
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    Up to now, COVID has mostly been seen in cities but courtesy of the spring breakers, it's now going to spread to smaller college towns. For 80% of those who get it, it's mild.

    For the unlucky 10%, it'll be the last fight of their lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wetnose View Post
    Up to now, COVID has mostly been seen in cities but courtesy of the spring breakers, it's now going to spread to smaller college towns. For 80% of those who get it, it's mild.

    For the unlucky 10%, it'll be the last fight of their lives.
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