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About superozman

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  1. Is Soto licking his chops looking at this disastrous Phillies bullpen? It's SO FRUSTRATING right now, but some additions should help the Phillies. However, this series could be a series for one of these teams to spiral down, or emerge as a threat.
  2. they are some awesome pieces! a few from the era I didn't collect and need to go out and get.
  3. Yea, i'm starting to narrow my card collecting down to my teams, and investment pieces. Learning the market is tough but you can pay for your hobby if done right. TY! i'm trying to get /10 higher end autos of all the vets as best as i can!
  4. Here is the rule: Third, be it Further Resolved, that a Club may not change its regular home and away uniforms more than once every five NFL seasons, and may not change its third uniform design more than once every five NFL seasons, absent specific extenuating circumstances (e.g., Club ownership change or relocation) as determined by the Commissioner. And an excerpt of how long a normal uniform change takes by rule for reference: Uniform Change Notification and Approval Timeline -- By March 1 of the year prior to the year in which a unifor
  5. Is the NFL rule still 5 years for Uniform changes? If so, rushing to something you may be stuck with something people don't like for 5 years. I'm fairly certain it is, as the Rams just went through it. They wanted to go white/blue and then throwbacks, but their jerseys had gold on them and they couldn't get rid of it.
  6. A co-worker and I met up for lunch, ate outdoors, my first time eating at a restaurant in months. It was a good sense of some piece of normalcy.
  7. Philadelphia is required (restaurants in my area just outside, some have adapted) to use 1 use items and everything is trashed afterwards. Not environmentally friendly though, but less risk for the virus. All condiments have to come in those little cups with lids.
  8. It's quickly becoming apparent (or confirming suspicions), bars are indeed a hot bed. For me, they are one thing that shouldn't be open right now. (Open for indoor seating masks off). I have no issue open for takeout, if it's legal. I'd rather just go to the liquor store though and get something there. I know Jersey just rolled back indoor dining, I don't quite equate that to a bar though. If tables are spaced apart and proper ventilation, while risk is there it should be minimized. Bars - we all know people aren't staying 6ft apart after a few drinks!
  9. I cannot tell you how many times i've realized leaving an aisle, i was going the wrong way. Just tough for me, personally, as when I go to a grocery store I move as quick as possible and hit all my spots, my routine is messed up with the one ways. Not a great excuse, but I do try and correct myself when doing it. Also, has anyone else noticed how many people eat/drink, with masks hanging off their chin? its at least every trip to walmart, i feel 1 person does it!
  10. In PA, gov Wolf is going by Red-Yellow-Green, and currently my county is in yellow. Which is some stuff open, some stuff not. IE - restaurants are outside only in yellow, takeout and no bars even if outside. gatherings are limited to 25. During quarantine i was on parental leave for 8 straight weeks, and I went on walks with the little ones as much as possible. Once golf opened up in PA i have went a few times. Fridays we order pick up or delivery and have been doing so from smaller places, or even multiple. For example, got 2 pizzas and garlic knots from the piz
  11. I appreciate the insight! This will be an interesting follow, for sure.
  12. What is the insider info for the trades, is it just that they had info about the virus that the public didn't? there were confirmed cases at that time in the public if i recall, Jan 20th being the first.
  13. Work started mandatory WFH last Thursday. Which is great, except for a boss who hates WFH is having daily check in meetings. "what you do today?" ...when it's asked it takes a lot of energy to not say "My job" and move on. Did the only activity Sunday that you can socially distance and still do - golf, but it appears that golf courses are closing most likely for perception. outside of that, a walk or jog outside and the rest of the time inside.
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