A group of like-minded friends want to hang out at your place. What activity do you have planned?

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A Netflix and popcorn night.

Watch, then discuss the latest and greatest TED talks.

All my friends are too 'busy' to hang out with me!

If none of the above, what do you do?
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    Generally cheese and crackers and beer. We take turns reading outloud from "Scientific Advertising" by Claude Hopkins with background music "Eye of the Tiger" while making cold calls to business opportunity prospects. Usually it lasts only two hours because people start passing out and the background snoring becomes too distracting for the others.
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    Eat, drink, talk, and laugh
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    First, guests strip naked in our garage and go through our brand new entry way decontamination unit. Then they select one of our hazmat suits to wear (we have one for all fashion senses...).

    Then I fire up the Air Scrubber and my favorite new toy, a full germicidal UltraViolet light system. (The sun burn's a bitch, but I don't think the lesions are cancerous.)

    Each guest is then given a walkie talkie and led to the room they'll be situated in for the evening. They are given a bucket, roll of tp, a bottle of hand sanitizer, and instructions (basically, "Don't exit this room until you are leaving for the evening. Nonfollowers will be shot on sight." Something like that).

    Once everyone is situated, the TVs come on in unison and we watch an instructional video from Fauci and Birx.

    Typically, by the time we exhaust this process, it's time for everyone to leave. So we reverse the process.

    Anything touched or breathed on by a dirty outsider (formerly known as "close family and dear friends") are burned in my bunker furnace, fumes from which are funneled into my neighbor's basement. (That's what you get for leaving your Christmas lights up until March, Lewis.)

    Good times, good times.
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    • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      First, guests strip naked in our garage and go through our brand new entry way decontamination unit. Then they select one of our hazmat suits to wear (we have one for all fashion senses...).

      Then I fire up the Air Scrubber and my favorite new toy, a full germicidal UltraViolet light system. (The sun burn's a bitch, but I don't think the lesions are cancerous.)

      Each guest is then given a walkie talkie and led to the room they'll be situated in for the evening. They are given a bucket, roll of tp, a bottle of hand sanitizer, and instructions (basically, "Don't exit this room until you are leaving for the evening. Nonfollowers will be shot on site." Something like that).

      Once everyone is situated, the TVs come on in unison and we watch an instructional video from Fauci and Birx.

      Typically, by the time we exhaust this process, it's time for everyone to leave. So we reverse the process.

      Anything touched or breathed on by a dirty outsider (formerly known as "close family and dear friends") are burned in my bunker furnace, fumes from which are funneled into my neighbor's basement. (That's what you get for leaving your Christmas lights up until March, Lewis.)

      Good times, good times.
      Yes, Yes.. but is their free food and drink?
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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
        Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

        Yes, Yes.. but is their free food and drink?
        Outside food and drink is considered contraband unless hermetically sealed and subjected to power washing prior to domicile entry.

        Food is provided in exchange for toilet paper, Lysol wipes, or American-made hand sanitizer. Or gold bullion. Or ammunition, 9mm or 45 caliber only. I'll also accept one hour labor per meal in assistance with the digging of my moat.
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    Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

    Outside food and drink is considered contraband unless hermetically sealed and subjected to power washing prior to domicile entry.

    Food is provided in exchange for toilet paper, Lysol wipes, or American-made hand sanitizer. Or gold bullion. Or ammunition, 9mm or 45 caliber only. I'll also accept one hour labor per meal in assistance with the digging of my moat.

    "And that's the way it is".

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    In the minute it took me to write this post.. someone died of Covid 19. RIP.
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