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The kids are fading away. Another 6-8 months of social distance practicing?
I am more worried about gaining covid-19 than getting the virus. Big turkey dinner?
Oh hell yeah! Another slice of pumpkin pie with vanilla ice cream? Don't mind if I do!
I'm curious is the translation back as bad as it is forward?

Дети исчезают. Еще 6-8 месяцев практики социальной дистанции?
Меня больше беспокоит заражение covid-19, чем заражение вирусом. Большой ужин с индейкой?
О, черт возьми! Еще кусочек тыквенного пирога с ванильным мороженым? Не против, если я это сделаю!
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Live in Eastern Washington. Both our kids have been in full time school with zero issues. School district has handled it very well and families/kids have abided by all requirements. Doesnít make sense to me that all kids in WA donít have, at least, the option to return to in person learning.
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Live in Eastern Washington. Both our kids have been in full time school with zero issues. School district has handled it very well and families/kids have abided by all requirements. Doesnít make sense to me that all kids in WA donít have, at least, the option to return to in person learning.
Which school district?
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I'm curious is the translation back as bad as it is forward?

Дети исчезают. Еще 6-8 месяцев практики социальной дистанции?
Меня больше беспокоит заражение covid-19, чем заражение вирусом. Большой ужин с индейкой?
О, черт возьми! Еще кусочек тыквенного пирога с ванильным мороженым? Не против, если я это сделаю!
LMAO!!!!!

Nice catch! It is an odd posting.
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Which school district?
Not the original poster but I believe that some school districts are in hybrid - mostly in NE Washington - like Republic School district. That being said - the entire district school population is smaller than most elementary schools in Snohomish, Pierce, and King counties. 1 person gets sick and the ratios go through the roof. For them it's a different world. But, but the same token - their rules can't apply in urban areas either.
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i'm curious is the translation back as bad as it is forward?

Дети исчезают. Еще 6-8 месяцев практики социальной дистанции?
Меня больше беспокоит заражение covid-19, чем заражение вирусом. Большой ужин с индейкой?
О, черт возьми! Еще кусочек тыквенного пирога с ванильным мороженым? Не против, если я это сделаю!
Мой Бог. Tds действительно, действительно пошли вы, американцы. С Хиллари Клинтон было бы легче иметь дело, поскольку она чертовски коррумпирована и любит деньги больше, чем член Билла. Ха-ха. Веселые, весёлые, весёлые идиоты.
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Which school district?
Mead. Elementary has been back full time all year. Middle school and high school are 2-3 days per week in person. I honestly expected them to be in person for a week or two before having to go virtual so itís been a pleasant surprise so far.
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Both the United States and Japan crossed the 100,000 threshold today.

USA: 101,461 new cases on October 29th.
Japan: 99,622 cases, all-time.

(Worldometers)

In case people are wondering why our kids aren't playing soccer, this is it.
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Both the United States and Japan crossed the 100,000 threshold today.

USA: 101,461 new cases on October 29th.
Japan: 99,622 cases, all-time.

(Worldometers)

In case people are wondering why our kids aren't playing soccer, this is it.
Liar.

Japan hasn't even reached, much less "crossed the 100,000 threshold." They're 378 short.

Typical libtard.
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Meanwhile 45 other states are playing soccer, football, and basketball with almost zero significant issues.
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