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6th day at home with COVID (managed to avoid getting it until now). Symptoms have not really been bad at all (but then again, not surprising considering my demographics and the fact that I am triple vaccinated with an mRNA vaccine) but I just tested positive (again/still) this morning so getting very annoyed at this point. If you see me being a bit grumpier than usual in the forums, then you know why...
Tatty_One
Tatty_One
I guess I was even luckier than @stinger608, I just felt a little achy for 2 days although I just felt knackered for a week after that.
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mplayerMuPDF
Thanks all for your responses. I am not bothering to test today. Will test again tomorrow and I just hope it will take me less than 12 days to test negative again...
stinger608
stinger608
I think they, the medical techs and what not, claim it can take up to 14 days to test negative. If you have only tested positive for 7 days or so, you might want to wait until this coming weekend or the first part of next week to even worry about testing again.
Sunday morning. I will be gone from my apartment until Tuesday night, probably get home around midnight. I have two 7am to 11 pm shifts, Monday and Tuesday, after my 11 to 11 shift today. I am going to stay at the Hotel, in our building, tonight and tomorrow night. Then a Wed. shift 3-11. 64 hours this week.
Including yesterdays 12 hour shift.
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Vayra86
Vayra86
Man I keep reading those work weeks you do... why do you keep doing this to yourself? Do you even enjoy it?
robot zombie
robot zombie
@Vayra86 I worked like this for years into my 20s. Insomniac since puberty, pay sucks, works hard, but time is money, I figured. It was sort of a rush at times.
robot zombie
robot zombie
I will say though... at 32 I treasure every drop of strength and energy. I can never go 60+ again. Im grateful to be in good health. That work cycle takes a lot away, even if theres a draw in the simplicity.
Searching for a new motorcycle is a serious business, but I think I may have found the right one. Definitely a Himalayan, maybe not this one, but one like it.
GPU replacement shelved!
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mplayerMuPDF
Respect for daring to ride a motorcycle, especially in South America. I am much to risk averse for it but it must be a great experience and much more efficient than a car too, which is excellent during these times.
Splinterdog
Splinterdog
It's challenging and I know the risks, but it's also a lot of fun. More so when you venture out into the vast countryside.
caroline!
caroline!
@mplayerMuPDF South America is the Souls-like experience of Earth.

But you might be a bit safer if you avoid large cities and keep a low profile. Never tell anyone where you live, what car you drive or what your job is, that's how it is.
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