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  1. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Crazy work schedules - tell me about it. I have an impending mill start up looming which have been pushed back 3 months now which will consume my life for about 4 months. Booked a last minute trip for 2 to Cancun. All inclusive, flights, transfer, insurance for a little more ($30/night).
  2. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    POFQ is the best. The most beautiful spot is at the frog pond late at night when the ankle biters are long gone to bed. Nice place to sit and have a drink.
  3. Nubs70

    News Harmonious dining packages coming to EPCOT

    The mushy peas and yorkshire pudding are a bit of a disappointment. Nope,, they were a real disappointment.
  4. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    I have an acquaintance that caught covid when it first came out. This individual religiously gives blood. 18 months later is still showing robust antigen content.
  5. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Please be sure to "like" the post
  6. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Here is the beginning of some reality. Spectrum Health offers employees natural immunity vaccine waiver - https://www.fox17online.com/news/coronavirus/spectrum-health-giving-employees-waivers-to-vaccination-requirement-with-proof-of-natural-immunity
  7. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    We should let the unvaccinated die.
  8. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Non elective, non covid.
  9. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    No. ICU's are filled with a combination of Covid and normal ICU capacity from elective/non elective non covid patients. If Covid is 50% of total capacity, elective/non elective non covid is the remaining 45%, then there exists additional covid capacity if elective procedures are postponed...
  10. Nubs70

    News Harmonious dining packages coming to EPCOT

    Does WDW sell a beer bong with Mickey ears? A BFH with a 1" hose out the top?
  11. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    A quick read of the headline of the article would lead one to presume that Covid is filling ICU's to 95%, which is not the case. Yes Covid if filling beds and facilities are now postponing elective procedures to free up space. However, Covid filling 50% of all beds with routine...
  12. Nubs70

    What is Disney doing to its customer life cycle?

    WDW is targeting the "once and done", high disposable income demographic while maximizing net margin through commoditization of offerings with digitization of the experience. The digitization of experience creates an illusion of a customized individual experience.
  13. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Would be nice to publish the % of ICU beds occupied by Covid patients with further breakdown between vaxxed and unvaxxed. That would be informative data.
  14. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    OSHA rules have been, until this point, post employment work rules. Now OSHA rules are pre employment work rules. Big difference. Additionally, the Justice system was predicated on the principle of guaranteeing Life, Liberty, and Pusuit of Happiness except when ruled by a court if law. The...
  15. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    The answer is not a mandate via executive order. Follow the established Constitional process.
  16. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Who cares when who joined and when? Join in and discuss. Agree disagree whatever
  17. Nubs70

    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    Payment for Personal Protective Equipment Many Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards require employers to provide personal protective equipment, when it is necessary to protect employees from job-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. With few exceptions, OSHA...
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