Skip to comments.Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf explains why bars, restaurants are focus of targeted coronavirus mitigation efforts
Posted on 07/21/2020 1:56:23 PM PDT by lightman
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I’m really sick of this bald little retarded dwarf Mussolini and his Cousin It health commish...
Just really sick of them both.
Tom, "It's time to continue to make bad decisions, Tom!"
Today, Gov.Tom Wolf is keeping in touch with his insane voter's base!
Don’t insult dwarves please. And I don’t think he’s retarded. Stalinist yes, retarded no.
Every year I know of people getting the flu and who has it in my office.
I know exactly ZERO people who have this or had it.
sounds like bullies to me.
In Pennsylvania its hard to know unless you know someone who got it in a nursing home. Over 2/3 of all Pennsylvania deaths were in those facilities.
Never let a crisis go to waste
My wife says the same thing and in almost all liberal cities and counties they are intentionally not asking people if they have attended any protests or rallies.
Yep. It's "science"!
Wolfs an idiot and cousin it is just as bad.. both are so far over their heads they only havent drowned because they have their heads so far up their arses they are breathing their own farts
The two COVID deaths that I knew somewhat personally—one a member of my church, another an cousin in Mrs. L’s family—were both in nursing homes.
Because the deranged, self-mutilating shim said so?
You know, this right here is my WTF didn't I think of it that way face ....
Sue them fast; get it into the Courts immediately.
In the interim, here is a cheap way to get around the food problem for bar owners. Buy 3 low cost items, a microwave, and/or air fryers, and a small freezer (like a dorm size one). Stock the freezer with cheap (Celeste is the brand I use because they taste good) individual size deluxe (all the trimmings) pizzas. They cost $1 at most Dollar Trees, Dollar Generals, or get them in bulk from Sam’s Club or Costco’s, etc.
Now stock the freezer with cheap but edible hot dogs. Buns don’t need freezing, so put them in a box or chest somewhere. Use the microwave (takes about 1 minute or so) to cook up a pizza upon request, or use the air fryer (takes about 6 minutes in the air fryer, and they taste great).
Actually you could air fry mozzarella sticks, jalapeno poppers, chicken nuggets, chicken wing pieces, whatever). All this nibble food is fairly cheap and you can get multiple servings out of each box (price accordingly based on what you have to pay for it). Get some cheap paper bowls/plates (I’d use plates for pizzas, bowls for finger food) get a cheap package of napkins, plastic knives/forks if needed, and there you go.
You really don’t even need a microwave, although its faster for pizzas. But the pizzas actually taste crisper if air fried. The air fryer will do for all of this. Hot dogs taste great when air fried, just like out on the grill.
Almost all of this stuff takes about 6-8 minutes tops to cook up an order. I’d get 2-3 air fryers, a freezer, and call it a day. Problem solved. I don’t know why a lot of bars don’t use this option in the first place. Patrons would be happy with the nibble food and you don’t have to go full food service with a kitchen/grill, etc.
I’d do this if I had a bar. Sell in cheap portions, $1 to $3 at most. Problem solved. Of course there may be legalities involved in this; would have to be researched. But if possible, go for it.
No, he’s definitely retarded. All that wood glue he sniffed in his cabinet factory... went to his brain...
Daily dose of bullshit
You did notice his factory was declared essential?
Bars WERE ok so long as you had three drinks or less.
Yes indeed... HIS factory is THE mostest Essentialist Factory in the state...!!!
-—You need a properly certified and licensed kitchen
in order to legally sell food. The minimal cost of
such a kitchen is in the $40,000 to $50,000 range!!
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