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  2. World Record

    Looked like there was a lot of social media and television coverage to me. Who organized and funded this?
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  4. South Creek Lions Ham & Roast Beef Dinner

    The South Creek Lions Club dinner on April 13th will feature Ham & Roast Beef. The menu includes: Potatoes, vegetable, gravy, homemade bread, pies and more. Doors opens at 4:30 pm. Cost is $10. If you can, please bring a nonperishable item for the local food pantry, The South Creek Lions Club is located on Route 14 in Gillett, Pennsylvania.
  5. South Creek Lions Annual Blood Analysis

    The Annual Blood Analysis sponsored by the South Creek Lions Club will be held on Saturday April, 6th 6 am to 10 am at the Lions Hall on Route 14 in Gillett, PA. Call to make your reservation 800-234-8888. The South Creek Lions will have coffee, tea, orange juice and snacks available. If you can, please bring a nonperishable for item for the local food pantry.
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  7. "After Life" On Netflix

    Just finished it, and there wasn't enough episodes. It turned out to be more than just a comedy, it's a real human story. The feedback from the public has apparently blown Gervais away, it's really resonating with people somehow. Perhaps because so much of the world is so phony, people want something real. Or maybe I fell and hit my head.
  8. I was thinking the same thing. Every thing you touch. Walmart shopping carts for instance.
  9. I'm sure you're right. Makes me wanna stay home even more.
  10. Ewwww! But it doesn't surprise me. To be fair, I doubt this type of contamination is limited to fast food POS terminals. I have grown increasingly cautious of all touch screens and various communal 'implements' ....from entering my PIN for a debit card to handling the stylus to sign a digital screen.
  11. More at https://www.menshealth.com/trending-news/a25427571/mcdonalds-touchscreen-fecal-bacteria/?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=FCFacebook&utm_medium=SocialFlow&fbclid=IwAR3lhEBhKj_iXOGoc20NeeDeeV8lpGWc3zHd01Xdl5zwvKyMO-Tc1YkN6ns
  12. World Record

    I agree. I was just frustrated that I couldn't find out anything about it on the news at all on Sunday...I wasn't aware that one channel doesn't have Sunday 6 oclock news and the other only when there isn't a sporting event..That explains why there was nothing online at all about the event...I read somewhere they are going to try next year with 2000 ponchos. It looks like that many people may have fit in the outline from Fagan. I am excited they are trying that...Why not go for 2020 ponchos in 2020?
  13. Traffic Pattern Changes/ Bridge Closings

    They have opened up the Lake St bridge to pedestrians and bikes during these bridge closings. That will be so helpful.
  14. With Madison Ave bridge now closed till June and the upcoming NYSEG work on Water Street at Clemens Center Parkway, you'll do well to stay away from that area. Or plan ahead and give yourself more time to get where you're going. With the increased traffic over the Clemens Center Parkway, having further work done in that area wasn't very well planned out. It's already a pain, I can't imagine what it'll be like next week.
  15. Woodstock 50th Coming To Watkins Glen

    Not to be a downer, but there are very few people on this lineup I'd go see. Actually, I've never heard of at least 75% of them:
  16. I bet someone could make an argument that alcohol, being more socially acceptable and more readily consumed, is actually more dangerous.
  17. I renewed my subscription to HBO Now. For uh, now, and we'll see how it works as I binge on Seasons 1-7. I don't want to get locked into a contract with Direct TV in case cable/Internet DOES come through here this year.
  18. Just as people who wanted to drink alcohol did during Prohibition. And, like alcohol, some partake in moderation while others face varying degrees of problems (from losing jobs or relationships, to long term health issues to deadly behavior). I just can't conclude that alcohol is better or safer simply because it's legal now or because it happens to be my drug of choice. Agree with you both.....and the NIH has suggested that marijuana may actually be an effective gateway back from more dangerous drug use: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6135562/
  19. County Executive & Legislature Disagreements

    Are expenses like this in the budget, or are they making up their own rules once again?
  20. Like I said before .... I’ll be worm shite !
  21. If you're a DISH Network customer, you're not gonna be able to subscribe to HBO. Apparently they dropped the network due to contract disputes. So you have to subscribe to the streaming service app, which is 1080p and was buffering like hell here. Or you have to switch to DirectTV I can't imagine an easier way to lose customers than drop a network with arguably the most popular programming.
  22. Free Document Shredding

  23. Grand Central Plaza Community Market

  24. Civil War Lecture at CCHS

    7pm Chemung County Historical Society, 415 E. Water St. Elmira NY Opium Habit: The Civil War and the Birth of the Addiction Cure Industry Scholar Jonathan Jones will speak about the opiate addiction crisis that ravaged the United States in the aftermath of the Civil War. To address this growing crisis, a variety of cures and treatments were developed. Jones will discuss how doctors and so-called “quacks” began using a diverse and fascinating array of treatments, including the nation’s first inpatient rehab centers, patent medicines, and even other opiates themselves, like heroin
  25. New Beginnings UMC Spring Craft Show

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