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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    I'm trying to be cautious about that. Restrictions are slowly being lifted here in Hungary as well, but it doesn't hurt to be on the safe side. Visits to grandma and grandpa have to wait a bit longer...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Yea, I figured that as well. Move south, bam, more people. I guess that's true for most Nordic countries. I wonder how Iceland's doing. Or the Faroe Islands.

    EDIT: Just checked. Interesting to see...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    I was meaning to ask about the Nordic region's response to the pandemic, although I was mainly interested in how population density might play a part in the spreading of the virus. Also having a...
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    Sticky: Re: What are you Playing?

    Aside from replaying the original Thief trilogy (and finally getting through the Return to the Cathedral mission instead of skipping it), I've been meaning to get into Skyrim again. I had a ton of...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    This would be a great line in a sitcom.
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Hey, that's got to be illegal, right?
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Yeah, I should start taking daily walks. Only the weather can't seem to decide what if it wants summer to come or winter to stay.
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    As in death toll going up.
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    I wholeheartedly disagree. It's not subjective saying that climate-change deniers and flat-earthers are uninformed or misinformed.

    It's one thing if an opinion makes someone uncomfortable....
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Thing is, uninformed, bigoted and downright hateful opinions shouldn't get the same attention as informed, well thought out ones. There's literally no use in broadcasting the opinions of some random...
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    Sticky: Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Hey, toilets don't spew shit constantly, they are useful marvels of humanity that should be cherised.

    The greatest monument Trump deserves is getting utterly forgotten.
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    I don't know exactly how it works, but if a state has a sane governor, can't they introduce independent rules for their own states? To at least protect the people in those area.

    In Hungary, each...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    I adore how they think of themselves as proud warriors standing up for what is right as if being cautious in times of a global pandemic is akin to hurting the weak and kicking puppies.
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    Now we're come full circle with Soros. Of course our Great Orbán has already declared the arrivel of the Soros-plan: Part Deux: The reckoning, because Soros, I guess, wrote something about the...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Only thing these people are free from is the burden of common sense.
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    I was curious and checked the replies on that tweet.

    Now I'm not sure I live in the same world as those people. I mean... What the hell are they even talking about.
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Supposedly people in Budapest do a daily "clap to thank the healthcare workers" routine. I never heard it, but my friend who lives on the other side of the Danube can attest to it happening. My...
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    Re: Talk LGBT Issues And Be F*king Nice About It

    Oh hey, it's me again! This time, with some infuriating and depressing news.

    The Hungarian government basically wants to make it impossible to change your legal gender in the future.
    Some context...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Well, on one hand, I'm doing fine. I've got a new set of tasks at my job that means more work and more pay, and I'm possible in the process of being made a full pledged employee. Right now I'm...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    I wouldn't say Hungarians aren't religious and that religion is completely absent from legislative choices, but I have yet to hear of "God totally spoke to me when I was praying" stuff.

    Hungs...
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    Their reasoning is bullshit too, but I guess not as outrageous as a "vision from God".
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    Sounds like something that's supposed to be illegal. Super illegal.

    I don't understand. Claiming you had a vision from God should get you laughed at by and large, yet these people can just go...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Thank heaven's for Kindle! Whenever I finish a Terry Pratchett book, I can hop onto the next, whichever strikes my fancy.
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Which country has that measures? South Korea? They do seem excessive and in parts useless.
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    Or you can just wash the reusable ones.
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    I guess you're right. I cannot make them survive anyhow, every person is responsible for their own life in a way.

    The sick people shouldn't go to work is an interesting thing in itself. I'm lucky...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    You know, I'm trying my best at this social distancing thing. I hardly get out of the house, I stocked up on essentials, don't use public transport since last week...

    And there are elderly people...
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    Poll: Re: How many languages do you read/speak?

    Oh, right, for a sec I forgot pronunciation is irrelevant when you're reading the plays. From your post I take it that authentic pronunciation in modern theater is a rarity.

    It's all too...
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    Poll: Re: How many languages do you read/speak?

    Saving the vid to my favourites, thanks! It's all very fascinating. I wonder if the pronunciation makes it any harder to understand, or is it entirely on the usage of archaic words. I heard someone...
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    There shouldn't be people there. Unless there's a race or marathon, but I doubt it.

    Ah, a bath is something I've been planning for a long time~
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