Discussion in 'Everything Else (off topic)' started by yooperdave, Nov 18, 2020.
we dont do thanks giving over here,is it just in the states.
Thanks,,,,, but NO THANKS !!!!
It's just a little tea in the bay, and a Revolutionary War.
Did it so nice, we did it twice! (Don't forget war of 1812!)
Daughter was not happy today, another women came to work sick, now they are quarantined, all the other co workers are extremely pizzsssssed off.
I would be also. Extremely rude, inconsiderate. Do you want me to go on.
Given the variability and often extensive number of days a person can be contagious before exhibiting symptoms anyone could just as likely as not have actually caught whatever it is from anyone in that office.
Correlation does not imply causation.
Well...after several possible scenarios, it seems it'll just me and Mrs Mikeinma, for Thanksgiving dinner. We have plans to go to my folks with homemade apple and pecan pies. I'm sure we'll leave some there, b j t be assured, there will be some pie that returns with us.
Our youngest daughter has Covid so the trip to Kansas City is out this year, there would be 30 plus people so that's out.
Canada has a Thanksgiving Day but I think it is in October; not sure which month but it isn't the same day as in the states.
Remember the good ol' days when we only quarantined the sick?
yes i should have known this .iv been there on the day think its the 12th oct.
Well my daughter might have given it to her husband due to the women working when she was sick. Other daughter and family are quarantined now also, they both work at the school.
Nope pretty much the same ritual... planning going back home and celebrating a Day of Thanksgivings with my parents...
Canada thanksgiving is November 11 th.
Our Veterans Day. Wife is Canadian..
The point being she was sick and went to work anyway with out telling anyone she was sick.
Wife co worker tested positive BUT was no symptoms temperature check to even get in building.. medical office