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    Definitely a change, but I'd say the +/-'s net out pretty good.

    We both work in early stage biotech. Both of our companies are already many years away and have a low probability of ever generating revenue. That means we live and die based on our clinical results as they happen. This means we ALREADY were in a situation where we work strictly off of externally raised funds before any of this happened. Luckily for her, their trial has not been delayed and they just announced positive P2 results for their one clinical asset. Luckily for me, my company is focused on infectious disease...so yeah...we just raised $250M last week. On the flip side, all of our existing clinical trials are on hold.

    She already worked 100% remote. Maybe went into the office 1 day a week. I went in everyday as my life is about 50% meetings and 50% excel. We went full remote almost immediately as did most of SF. Working remote through Zoom isn't hard since we are ALL on Zoom. Once you have part of the room in person and part of the room on camera it gets tricky.

    Honestly. I love working like this, but both of us in 1 small apartment is tricky. For awhile we worked in the same room and it was distracting. We ordered another desk and separated to different rooms and it is much better. I find myself working more hours...but I like it. I'm regularly behind the computer until midnight, but I have full flexibility. I go ride my bike, walk the dog, etc when I can. I used to get up at 5:30, ride my bike before work, get in before 9, then try to make it home to go climbing and/or for dinner. Now everything is just a blend. I've been working a lot on weekends but it doesn't matter. They closed most of the parking lots to the parks to keep traffic down. However, everything is still open to bikes, so its a huge win for me: the best roads don't have any cars and the multi-use trails don't have any hikers on them. On the flip side, the parks within walking distance are absolutely PACKED and we frequent those too with the dog.

    Food wise - we got most of our groceries delivered already. There is a bodega around the corner from us that is pretty well stocked that we go to for one-offs on an as needed basis. She made a sourdough starter like everyone else and we've been eating a loaf of bread a day, easy. The worst part is the coffee shop we live next to shut its doors. I was surprised - it was always packed and there was a long line of people standing 6 feet apart to pick up their to go orders. We usually went out to dinner Saturday and/or Sunday, which we now do via take-out. Thankfully, food delivery service here is pretty amazing. All the restaurants are on Uber Eats/Door Dash/other third party apps. We are tipping out the ass. We continue to pay our membership fees for the climbing gym and prepaid as much as they would let us. We are doing what we can whenever the opportunity arises to help out the local businesses and people.

    Social wise. Ton's of Zoom meetings with friends. Lots of group chats. Had to get my dad an iPhone so he could face time. LOTS of card games on apps with friends while zooming at the same time. I would say total social interaction time is actually up because my friends are scattered across the entire country. In person it has been reduced to nothing. I miss riding my bike with my friends the most. Been just the two of us riding which is fun, but cycling provided the serious bro time I need.

    The biggest downside is the lack of travel. We will ride our bikes places, but have decided we will not drive our cars to go do something. That means no Tahoe, no Santa Cruz, limited MTB. Europe trip cancelled.
    I usually flew home ~once a month to see my family/friends and take care of house stuff. My grandmother slipped the other day and broke her pelvis. Things like that remind me I may never actually see them again. That is a tough pill to swallow.

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    Greg, no bs, im seriously beginning to question your English comprehension at this point. And English is my third language man.
    How so, I didn't think I was being rude. I even shared stories about my boys struggles.

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    But what he said had absolutely nothing to do with that. Not support from teachers or anything like that.

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    So damn confused, he complained his teacher wasn't staying late working for free and my comment was that was his job. Lost his mind and threatened me. Go back bud and read my posts, surely didn't deserve such an aggressive response.

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    Threatened you?!? You're a bigger pussy than I thought. I extended an offer to discuss this face to face. Listening to your blathering from behind a keyboard is getting stale.

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneman View Post
    Threatened you?!? You're a bigger pussy than I thought. I extended an offer to discuss this face to face. Listening to your blathering from behind a keyboard is getting stale.
    We've never even met, why wouldn't I think "let's meet up" wasn't anything I'd like to be a part of as I'd rather not get arrested today.

    Jay my boy has been on the same path as yours, all I said was my wife and I had to be proactive and spend more time with him. We didn't blame his teacher for not staying late for free, after all it's our job! Do you stay late for free? Cmon man go back to the beginning and tell me how rude I was.

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    I already work out of the house, but used to travel 2-3 days a week for sales calls. We sell into every industry, but in New England it's a lot more medical driven. Components for o2 concentrators, ventilators, respirators, ultrasonic welders (for making masks), and analytical devices. Production is over max, and running 24/7. Wife's hair salon is shut down for foreseeable future, so it will be nice when she starts collecting unemployment. Glad it's pretty nice out. Rescued a puppy last month, so we've both had lots of time for training and exercise.

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    For me work is similar. I build power lines, so we can't really quit that. staying in a hotel is a bit of a pain these days, because I have to 'prove' that I'm 'essential'. Outside of work, missing the gym is a huge life change. On top of that no racing for the foreseeable future.

    My wife is a high school special education teacher. She is working more hours now than she ever did at school She has to track down and contact kids who are struggling, not turning in work, etc. Today she was on the phone with one of her students. With no precedent the teachers have made online lessons, and curriculum while having their hands tied in many ways. On the plus side she gets to hang out with our mutts everyday,

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim_X View Post
    For me work is similar. I build power lines, so we can't really quit that. staying in a hotel is a bit of a pain these days, because I have to 'prove' that I'm 'essential'. Outside of work, missing the gym is a huge life change. On top of that no racing for the foreseeable future.

    My wife is a high school special education teacher. She is working more hours now than she ever did at school She has to track down and contact kids who are struggling, not turning in work, etc. Today she was on the phone with one of her students. With no precedent the teachers have made online lessons, and curriculum while having their hands tied in many ways. On the plus side she gets to hang out with our mutts everyday,
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    Rescued a puppy last month, so we've both had lots of time for training and exercise.

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    i've been looking to do the same thing. applied saturday. been replacing/building fence to close the back yard off for a dog.

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    Yea. She looks like a polar bear.

    We picked her up at a rescue in nyc, just before the shit hit the fan. Came from down south. Great Pyrenees. She’s going to be big. Just turned 3 months and she’s 30 lbs.

    Lot of rescues are super strict on visible fencing. It’s crazy. I’m on 2 acres out of town and people would even call us back. Finally lied and got a phone interview. Socialteenyc is the one we got her from. Applied on Friday. Approved Saturday. They wanted specifics about containment outside. We have a run and will train for off leash like out last dog. They were content with that and we picked her up that Tuesday. Couldn’t believe how fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmycapp View Post
    I already work out of the house, but used to travel 2-3 days a week for sales calls. We sell into every industry, but in New England it's a lot more medical driven. Components for o2 concentrators, ventilators, respirators, ultrasonic welders (for making masks), and analytical devices. Production is over max, and running 24/7. Wife's hair salon is shut down for foreseeable future, so it will be nice when she starts collecting unemployment. Glad it's pretty nice out. Rescued a puppy last month, so we've both had lots of time for training and exercise.

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    Is that a Samoyed?!?
    No. Looks a lot like one but shes a Great Pyrenees. They said mixed with some husky.

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    Took my wife to the airport this morning. Her mom is quite elderly and alone in FL and the people who usually take care of her canít. So minimum two week trip right off the bat. Lots to fix. Wife was scared to go and scared not to go.

    There are normally two and sometimes three nonstops a day BOS to JAX. Now itís one flight, with a connection, every three or four days. Thereís still a daily nonstop to Orlando. Noticed that the airline (JetBlue) seems to have blocked out the center seat in most rows: only window or aisle.

    Drove to the airport. Two MSP, one cab, and us. Six people in the terminal.

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    Another thing I noticed now that daughter #2 is home from college for at least the rest of the year: what's ours is hers, what hers is hers. LOL! HER ice cream, HER tortilla chips, HER fruit, etc. It's pretty fuckin' comical.

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    Another thing I noticed now that daughter #2 is home from college for at least the rest of the year: what's ours is hers, what hers is hers. LOL! HER ice cream, HER tortilla chips, HER fruit, etc. It's pretty fuckin' comical.
    We’ve run into that, times three!

    So now if it’s something bought specifically for them, they have to put their name on it. “No name, fair game.”

    And if they want to “reserve” a type of cookie, they have to take them out of the box and put them in a ziplock bag with their name on it.

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    We’ve run into that, times three!

    So now if it’s something bought specifically for them, they have to put their name on it. “No name, fair game.”

    And if they want to “reserve” a type of cookie, they have to take them out of the box and put them in a ziplock bag with their name on it.
    Good ideas!

    I now remind her every time I serve her lunch or dinner (or whenever she grabs a snack), that she's welcome to OUR food. Yeah, that goes over well and usually ends in a stare down. LOL!

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    So I had an interesting run in with a SJW the other day. I have a few P100 masks left over from some renovation work I did a few years ago prior to buying a better fitting respirator with replaceable cartridges. I did a grocery run while wearing one and was berated by a woman who was yelling at me for stealing vital resources from medical personnel. It was all I could do to not escalate the situation and she eventually gave up.

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    So I had an interesting run in with a SJW the other day. I have a few P100 masks left over from some renovation work I did a few years ago prior to buying a better fitting respirator with replaceable cartridges. I did a grocery run while wearing one and was berated by a woman who was yelling at me for stealing vital resources from medical personnel. It was all I could do to not escalate the situation and she eventually gave up.
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    Another thing I noticed now that daughter #2 is home from college for at least the rest of the year: what's ours is hers, what hers is hers. LOL! HER ice cream, HER tortilla chips, HER fruit, etc. It's pretty fuckin' comical.
    I'm used to my son eating at school during the day. I can't keep enough food in the house, it's like having a Sasquatch-billygoat running around. I swear the dog hides while I'm at work. Everyone said a teenage boy will eat a ton, I don't remember eating that much. I cook extra food on Sunday afternoon for lunch through the week, at least 'til Wednesday. It's now all gone, in one day. The food bill alone for this shit is killing me.

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    How has it changed? drastically!
    I work in healthcare as the director of maintenance at an assisted living facility. So get to work and get screened, Temp taken, a few rotating daily questions and a once over by a nurse. ( and not the fun kind you pervs ). Come in and start the daily disinfection of the building. Electrostatic applying a disinfectant and the going back to clean it after it sits for the appropriate time. Our residents are not confined to their rooms as we don't have any cases of COVID-19, but no communal dining so breakfast , lunch and dinner are brought to their rooms, this has basically tripled the amount of trash we need to collect and bring out. I've had to add 2 extra dumpster pickups. Every letter, package, etc has to be brought in, wiped down and set aside for 24 hours. Masks are worn 100% of the time if you are in the building. This is to protect the residents. I had to create a quarantine room, should we ever get an active case. Ordering supplies is a hassle. TP, disinfecting cleaners, wipes, gloves, PPE most of which is very hard to come by. 105 apartments is a lot of TP a week. Helping residents with window visits, facetime, skype, zoom. Leading walks of no more than 3, social distancing around the parking lot. Don't forget the daily conference calls with the state. Then going home, getting out of daily clothes in the garage, putting them in the wash, showering and putting on clean clothes, watch TV, play online, go to bed and do it all over again. I haven't seen my parents in over a month, Dad's 87 Moms 83 and they don't understand completely, I haven't seen my 15 month old grandson in the same amount of time. Facetime and Zoom arent the same, especially when he is growing so fast and my parents are declining at almost the same speed. No driveway parties, no gatherings around the firepit. I would be devastated if I was to bring the virus into work and a resident caught it. As I am sure you have read or heard when COVID-19 hits a assisted living , skilled nursing or nursing home, it hits hard and deadly. So yup life has changed and i think going forward you'll see a lot of changes made or I hope so.
    So have a great day and remember to be good to one another .

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    How has it changed? drastically!
    I work in healthcare as the director of maintenance at an assisted living facility. So get to work and get screened, Temp taken, a few rotating daily questions and a once over by a nurse. ( and not the fun kind you pervs ). Come in and start the daily disinfection of the building. Electrostatic applying a disinfectant and the going back to clean it after it sits for the appropriate time. Our residents are not confined to their rooms as we don't have any cases of COVID-19, but no communal dining so breakfast , lunch and dinner are brought to their rooms, this has basically tripled the amount of trash we need to collect and bring out. I've had to add 2 extra dumpster pickups. Every letter, package, etc has to be brought in, wiped down and set aside for 24 hours. Masks are worn 100% of the time if you are in the building. This is to protect the residents. I had to create a quarantine room, should we ever get an active case. Ordering supplies is a hassle. TP, disinfecting cleaners, wipes, gloves, PPE most of which is very hard to come by. 105 apartments is a lot of TP a week. Helping residents with window visits, facetime, skype, zoom. Leading walks of no more than 3, social distancing around the parking lot. Don't forget the daily conference calls with the state. Then going home, getting out of daily clothes in the garage, putting them in the wash, showering and putting on clean clothes, watch TV, play online, go to bed and do it all over again. I haven't seen my parents in over a month, Dad's 87 Moms 83 and they don't understand completely, I haven't seen my 15 month old grandson in the same amount of time. Facetime and Zoom arent the same, especially when he is growing so fast and my parents are declining at almost the same speed. No driveway parties, no gatherings around the firepit. I would be devastated if I was to bring the virus into work and a resident caught it. As I am sure you have read or heard when COVID-19 hits a assisted living , skilled nursing or nursing home, it hits hard and deadly. So yup life has changed and i think going forward you'll see a lot of changes made or I hope so.
    So have a great day and remember to be good to one another .
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    I'm used to my son eating at school during the day. I can't keep enough food in the house, it's like having a Sasquatch-billygoat running around. I swear the dog hides while I'm at work. Everyone said a teenage boy will eat a ton, I don't remember eating that much. I cook extra food on Sunday afternoon for lunch through the week, at least 'til Wednesday. It's now all gone, in one day. The food bill alone for this shit is killing me.
    My 13-year old won't stop! Which is odd because he's usually not a big eater. I usually make sure he has a decent breffis, but he refuses to take a lunch and the only day he eats school grub is on pizza day. Then we make sure he has a decent meal at night. That kid is eating like I've never seen. And it's not out of boredom really. He spends very little time indoors anyway, he's usually out & about on his mountain bike or he's fishing or making trails around the neighborhood or riding his wheeler (when we're home). I just think he hit his stride just about the time the school shutdown.

    During the fall, winter & early spring months I usually make a big batch of some kind of soup or stew on the weekends which will usually last me a week of lunches. Not now. Between him and our daughter now being home, I'm lucky if that big ol' pot last a few days. I've taken to actually hiding a few single-serve containers in the fridge once it's done now. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoneman View Post
    My 13-year old won't stop! Which is odd because he's usually not a big eater. I usually make sure he has a decent breffis, but he refuses to take a lunch and the only day he eats school grub is on pizza day. Then we make sure he has a decent meal at night. That kid is eating like I've never seen. And it's not out of boredom really. He spends very little time indoors anyway, he's usually out & about on his mountain bike or he's fishing or making trails around the neighborhood or riding his wheeler (when we're home). I just think he hit his stride just about the time the school shutdown.

    During the fall, winter & early spring months I usually make a big batch of some kind of soup or stew on the weekends which will usually last me a week of lunches. Not now. Between him and our daughter now being home, I'm lucky if that big ol' pot last a few days. I've taken to actually hiding a few single-serve containers in the fridge once it's done now. LOL!
    That's funny, I started doing the same thing. I usually put the leftovers away at night and I'll make myself a couple lunches and put them in the fridge at work.

    My son has always been a big eater, but he has always been on a steady growth path upward, but not outward. Now that he's stopped growing up, he's filling out and the intake seems to have increased as well. He's fairly active, but not as much as I'd like. Virtual school 'til noon, then eats, comes to the office gym to work out and get his swings in. Then home and a little Xbox with friends, homework, dinner, gives me my nightly chastising, then face times his friends until bedtime.

    I'm sure your son is burning through calories being that active. Food bill well spent.

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