693 subs 28th March.
dont wanna copy from other boards, but this is seriously a quite important issue right now.
Seems like it have been downplayed seriously in China the last days of 2019, and now we are standing with the result!
Why would any country put 10 million people in lock down, build emergency hospitals for thousands, extend public holiday, forbid traveling and and , if this is just a normal flu?
Many talk about normal flu killing more people than this, day to day........but it's a stupid statement, since you could have said that about aids or the spanish flu, the first days also.
The virus is a serious threat to many......and it will get worse now..... already day by day the international numbers increase.
The biggest threat I guess is that it can stay undetected for weeks before it shows signs of sickness.......that means anyone can carry the virus and spread it during that time, without knowing!
So I guess we are not that far from having the first detected person here in Argentina.......
A friend of me laughed and said "the Chinese here are Argentinian, they are born here". True, but anyone that have travelled to China lately and returned, could carry the virus without knowing!!!!!
So I would make a million bet, some Chinese have been back for holiday in China and returned, with the virus!!!! Wait and see!
It's gonna get worse before it get better.....it just started!!!!
It's worth remembering this JAN first post on this subject back on 31st January. I for one was sceptical.
If you throw away your politics for a moment, this was a beautiful moment in so many different ways. Works now, too.
Boris Johnson, the British prime minister has tested positive and is now self isolating.
I phoned the two tobacconists/kiosks in Martinez but got no reply, so maybe they're closed.It does seem that most of them are closed around here, so I'll have to take a detour on the way to see the mil, who's all alone at 85 years old. Adri and her sister are looking after her, but I can too
He was good, but too coherent for C**********t
I'll defo try that tomorrow when I light the parrilla.
Today I had a cheese sangwitch as I'm busy painting again.
The Chinese will never go tits up because they couldn't give a shit about their customers who will always go to their shops, regardless.
The one in the plaza in Olivos is selling milk at $78 ($46 in Coto) and cigs at $170 ($130 at YPF).
Bananas for the potassium.
How about, "I need money to buy food because I've run out of both." ?
Apparently, there's an online self-authorisation form you can print off, sign and carry with you. I'll dig it out.
I would subscribe but I haven't had a Google account for awhile now. Hope you make the 1000.
I looked into subscribing to YouTube without a Google account and it's a bit complicated, requiring the install of other apps to get around it which kind of defeats the object.
Anyway, I'm at 669 subs today.
Does anyone know if cash machines are open?
Also, if they are, what are the rules about me walking to one (the nearest is about 1km from my place)?
Try Red Link:
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Dig the use of English there.
I searched but you may need to do a more local search.
I take your point about all that nationalist stuff JAN , but I don't think it's meant like that under these circumstances.
For example, presidente de todos los Argentinos (i.e. not just some them?) is always used formally, along with presidencia de la nacion etc etc, blah de blah.
These and similar were also used during Macri's presidency, so it simply runs through the core of the system. I don't like it much, but you know how passionate and dramatic Argentines are.
I often give my loose change to people begging but I haven't given any food yet.
By the way, if you're short on bread try this flatbread (Navajo) recipe which apparently is similar to chapati.
Yes, very detailed, calm and informative.
The first thing Adri said when hearing about Charles was "That means William will be king, then."
At dinner last night, having commuted from the living room (which was quite exhausting), we were discussing the possibility of widespread looting (saqueos).
The two Argentines of the household insisted that looting would begin within the next seven days because poorer people would run out of money and food, and what could the government do about it?
They painted a similar picture to 2001 which, they said, was the same situation. I disagreed, as usual. because this time people are not allowed on the streets and would be stopped much more swiftly.
I believe the government is probably ready for looting and would crack down very heavily on it because, let's face it, most of the looters are usually opportunistic hooligans.