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  • @nytimes I wouldn’t go... I think dinning at restaurant days are history. The future is takeout. Get used to it and learn to cook at home!

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  • Dev
    2 days ago

    @espiteau @nytimes For a country that literally never paused for anything a few months ago, we sure do have a lot of people willing to never enjoy anything outside of their homes again.

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  • @nytimes I haven't worn a mask for several days

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  • @nytimes I work in a restaurant. DONT DO IT. It is impossible to follow all recommendations. You should see what happens in the back. I know of 4 cases in a sister restaurant already. Stay home. Stay safe.

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  • Dev
    2 days ago

    @aecdemblue @nytimes How is it better to wait in long lines to get take out at Mcdonalds? Those food handlers are completely anonymous. The backwards logic of some of this is truly amazing. One thing is allowed but not the other? I'd feel safer at a restaurant than Home Depot where lines are insane.

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  • @nytimes Step 1: is the pandemic still going on? YES: Stay at home NO: Don't believe Trump and stay at home.

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  • @dainezi @nytimes Nah. This ain’t it. Like the article states, we all need to social distance and take reasonable precautions and make informed decisions - absolutely yes. But we can’t remain in complete lockdown forever.

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  • @nytimes I was a line cook for 15 years. And to this day, i refuse to eat anything that is not prepared by my hands. It was never safe to eat out, even before the virus.

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