PESO - from my dirty office window last Sunday..
kwaller at peoplepc.com
Wed Aug 26 16:55:00 EDT 2020
Ask your wife !
>From: "Daniel J. Matyola" <danmatyola at gmail.com>
>Sent: Aug 26, 2020 3:40 PM
>To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List <pdml at pdml.net>
>Subject: Re: PESO - from my dirty office window last Sunday..
>So, exactly where can I find these wild women of Manhattan?
>On Wed, Aug 26, 2020 at 3:31 PM ann sanfedele <annsan at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
>> John. the building is old and the apartments are too. I wrote a follow
>> up - the blondes have ben seen roaming the neigborhood maskless.. They
>> are hanging out on the fairly low fireescape without masks. These are
>> rich families kids.. they are not bundled 5 in a room. The building
>> isn't owned by NYU. The aparments are rentals. THe fireescape is not a
>> good place to hang out under anycircumstance.. 5 of them on one level?
>> They are supposed to be social distancing or have done so before getting
>> They are all taking turns taking photos of one another and huddling over
>> their phones. But they should not be out on the fire escape for any reason
>> and we know they have been running around the neighborhood without masks..
>> On 8/26/2020 12:13 PM, John wrote:
>> > I don't know what housing arrangements are like in an old apartment
>> > building turned into a dormitory, but I suspect those women are
>> > room-mates living together.
>> > Does the University have the whole building & renovated it into a
>> > dormitory? Or is the University just buying up apartments à la carte
>> > to house students wherever they can?
>> > They could be social distancing from the rest of the world, but what
>> > would be the point of social distancing from each other if they're all
>> > sleeping in the same apartment, sharing a bathroom & kitchen?
>> > In the image, you have the two outside women striking a pose while the
>> > three inside women are photographing them with their phones ... except
>> > that the seated women appears to be chimping an image she's already
>> > taken.
>> > Roommates. How do you social distance from your college roommates?
>> > On 8/24/2020 09:04:54, Ralf R Radermacher wrote:
>> >> Am 24.08.20 um 02:56 schrieb ann sanfedele:
>> >>> As my downstairs neighbor put it "prancing and posing" with no pretense
>> >>> of social distacing.
>> >> That appears to be a universal problem. Well, something must be causing
>> >> all those rising numbers.
>> >> In front of the café and restaurant across our little square before my
>> >> window, they are greeting each other with hugs and kisses and their idea
>> >> of social distancing looks more like sitting in each others' laps. If
>> >> they're wearing masks, they have them under their chins.
>> >> The last few weekends here have been exceptionally warm and our police
>> >> had their hands full closing down pubs where noone gave a damn about
>> >> protection rules and disbanding illegal raves in warehouses and parks.
>> >> A few weeks ago, I've read an article somewhere describing the typical
>> >> superspreader as: young, loud, and doesn't have symptoms yet. Check!
>> >> Ralf
>> >> --
>> >> Ralf R. Radermacher
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