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The Times We Live In

What people need most, apparently ... (photo taken at Walgreen's in Las Vegas.)
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Sarah P. said:

BTW, my GPS and Exif data is no longer uploading for some reason. Anyone know what's going on? I have enabled it both on my camera and in ipernity. ????
7 weeks ago

David G Johnson replied to Sarah P.:

These huge container ships from the East will probably be packed with this kind of stuff.. Yep' it is what people need - for sure.... Ps. I don't do GPS so far but Exif is ok. with me,,
Best wishes - Sarah'...... from > David J.. UK.
7 weeks ago

rdhinmn said:

If these are home covid tests, we had "fun" with one Thanksgiving morning. Middle daughter came down here early so we could take Brownie on the Turkey Trot run (walk it, that is) and late morning she got a call that a couple of close friends she had seen lately had tested positive. We had a home test kit here, so she tried to take it. The manufacturer had recalled some of their kits for giving false positives too often. Not the one we had, but she couldn't get a result, as apparently they had given up on all makes for the duration. So useful.

Her twin sister brought a different one down, and she tested negative, so we went on with family gathering. We're all vaccinated and boostered, so we took our chances.
7 weeks ago

Sarah P. replied to rdhinmn:

Glad it all worked out and that you had a safe, boostered get-together. I just got mine yesterday and very happy about it.
I took the shot in part thinking of our friend John FG who sometimes posts similar images of stacked merchandise. But it looks like he's in hibernation mode.
6 weeks ago

John FitzGerald replied to Sarah P.:

It's winter.
6 weeks ago ( translate )

LotharW said:

Ohne Kabel geht es nicht mehr und die Tests will auch fast jeder...
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Sarah P. replied to John FitzGerald:

the winter of our discontent
6 weeks ago