Where in the World Isn't Bob Saget?

MinnieM123

Premium Member
Anyone planning on viewing the eclipse on Monday?

Where I live is in the path of totality. Not for long though - less than half the time of Niagara Falls.

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Almost a million people are expected to descend upon Niagara Falls. That’s a big no thank you!

I expect the path here will be somewhat similar, albeit with a shorter period of complete coverage.

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Spenser, Daisy, and I will be remaining inside for the whole of it. The fear of blindness they pounded into us in 1979 stuck; and there is zero chance I will trust my vision to flimsy, mass produced, cheaply made “protective lenses”.

I’ll watch it on tv, thanks. Over-reactive? Probably.
The stores in my area ran out of those funky eyeglasses, last week. I'll probably do what you're doing -- watching the afternoon eclipse TV specials (a ton of TV stations are doing this).
 

JenniferS

Time To Be Movin’ Along
Premium Member
My neighbour brought over two pairs of viewing glasses, so even though I swore I wouldn’t partake, I did.

We were in the path of totality for about a minute and a half.

The sun is up and to the left, out of frame, a minute or so before totality.

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These are the neighbours on the other side, chilling on the beach in Port Dover (Lake Erie) just as it started.

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The schools around here gave out instructions how to add the paper plate for added protection from light leakage.
 

PUSH

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
We were at about 88% coverage here. It was so weird outside. I was expecting it to get a lot darker than it did, but it felt like I was wearing sunglasses. I did manage to get one good picture, but it was hard to get any decent ones with my phone. I had to borrow someone else's glasses to get the good one. It didn't take well through mine. I'll post the picture in the next post.
 

trr1

Well-Known Member
My companys health insurance switched mail order from Express scripts to Carelon RX Pharmacy, run from them as fast as you can. Do not use or send your prescriptions to Carelon RX Pharmacy as they sit in limbo and are not filled. I had to have my doctor sent refills to the local pharmacy and that is where I will stay.
 

Figgy1

Premium Member
My companys health insurance switched mail order from Express scripts to Carelon RX Pharmacy, run from them as fast as you can. Do not use or send your prescriptions to Carelon RX Pharmacy as they sit in limbo and are not filled. I had to have my doctor sent refills to the local pharmacy and that is where I will stay.
frying pan lol GIF by Disney
and
Schitts Creek Thank You GIF by CBC
 

Goofyernmost

Well-Known Member
My four years of French did me well... I can read that!
My 29 years married to a Quebec native apparently was useless. I only know enough French to get my face slapped.
I suppose her being of English lineage (Father was born in London) was partially responsible for the fact that I had to learn whatever French I know on my own. The weird thing is that her Father was fluent in French because he needed it for business. I can honestly say that if she knew the language I don't remember her saying one word in French over all those years.
 

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