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I suspect that NYC opening back up probably took a major league hit after yesterday's madness. The Philadelphia region was scheduled to come out of lockdown on June 5th, but downtown literally went to hell last night, so who knows what might happen in terms of new cases spiking. Stay safe!

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3 hours ago, JeffB said:

I suspect that NYC opening back up probably took a major league hit after yesterday's madness. The Philadelphia region was scheduled to come out of lockdown on June 5th, but downtown literally went to hell last night, so who knows what might happen in terms of new cases spiking. Stay safe!

Thanks Jeff, hope you stay safe too.  So sad to see the burning of center city Philly.  My heart truly goes out to all who suffered needless injuries, small business owners who watched their property get destroyed without justice.  And to think just last week the world was debating whether it's safe to get a cup of coffee in public.  How quickly things accelerate....

 

 

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14 hours ago, kneehighs said:

Thanks Jeff, hope you stay safe too.  So sad to see the burning of center city Philly.  My heart truly goes out to all who suffered needless injuries, small business owners who watched their property get destroyed without justice.  And to think just last week the world was debating whether it's safe to get a cup of coffee in public.  How quickly things accelerate....

 

 

It's been a mess. Sunday saw more rioting and looting, this time in minority neighborhoods, most notably, a shopping corridor only a mile east of where I live. The city's been on curfew six six p.m. yesterday, all businesses and mass transit was shut down, and the National Guard was called in. I was too young to remember the riots in the mid to late 60's, but this has the same nightmarish feel. I hope things will be calmer today.

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Chicago is the same Jeff.  And it's spreading to the suburbs as well, and continuing today.  I support the protesters.  The looting is shameful.

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Lots of block party style happy hours everywhere in NYC now.  It's like city bars and restaurants have opened up into the streets, but without tables.  Still, not an ideal environment for heeling.

One girl I asked out on a date said no b/c she was still practicing social distancing.  C'est la vie.

Here's another conversation snippet I had with an attractive girl on Instagram.  She responded to the pic of me wearing shorts with pumps.  The topic was breached after a lot of rapport was established first. To be clear, I'm not sharing their user names anymore b/c I suspect some here then go onto IG and contact the same girl.  You gotta pay your own dues if you want the girl(s) mates!

 

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16 hours ago, kneehighs said:

 To be clear, I'm not sharing their user names anymore b/c I suspect some here then go onto IG and contact the same girl.  You gotta pay your own dues if you want the girl(s) mates!

Wasn't me! I suspect you knew that anyway. BTW, how does the "no tables" thing work in practice? You just have to hold your drink and/or food the whole time?

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Would never suspect you, sincerely.

Yeah you just wind up holding your drink in a plastic cup, putting it on the ground, or putting on a nearby mantle.  

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I enlarged this quite a bit so I could see what the ladies were wearing.  Not one heel in sight.  Sign of the times I guess, sadly.

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I guess now is as good a time as any to repeal "public drinking" and open container laws.  

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Posted (edited)
On 6/14/2020 at 5:10 PM, RonC said:

I enlarged this quite a bit so I could see what the ladies were wearing.  Not one heel in sight.  Sign of the times I guess, sadly.

If it makes you feel any better, there is at least one lady who rarely goes out in public without heels of some sort. My friend the tailor! I've put her on here several times before, and yesterday this was her idea of a good outfit to wear to go out to a farm and pick strawberries! On edit: I'm going to have to figure out a better way of resizing pictures. The image quality of this one is super bad compared to the original, and the original file size wasn't all that huge. Oh, well.

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She picked strawberries in heeled sandals?  That's dedication when sneakers would no doubt be more practical.

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Probably what most of us would choose to wear....lol

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Wow, that is dedication.  I was still cleaning the last of the mud off my boots yesterday from strawberry season here, which was 2 months ago!

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Posted (edited)

Berry season is almost 12 months a year here.

I  go berry picking everyday in my heels...I have strawberries in pots in my backyard.:)

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17 hours ago, kneehighs said:

She picked strawberries in heeled sandals?  That's dedication when sneakers would no doubt be more practical.

I mean, it's not much of a heel, is it? :giggle: Actually, I hope it's not a trend. I've never seen her wear a mid-heel before. Seriously.

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7 hours ago, mlroseplant said:

I mean, it's not much of a heel, is it? :giggle: Actually, I hope it's not a trend. I've never seen her wear a mid-heel before. Seriously.

Relative to the flats I've been living in since lockdowns started in March, it looks like a refreshing heel to me! 

Girls in heels in NYC seems quite a scarce sighting recently.

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