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Review: Tri D

Amj33757

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Is anyone concerned about this place sticking out like sore thumb? considering all the traffic in and out And the fact that they’re not supposed to be operating right now? I’m torn about making the trip
 

just_a_ho

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I'm not sure why anybody would think it's a good time to review this place, since it's officially closed. Hell, the other day they arrested a guy for working out at the gym in NJ. Are we not concerned about getting the house in the woods shut down permanently?
 

PhillyJimi

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Is anyone concerned about this place sticking out like sore thumb? considering all the traffic in and out And the fact that they’re not supposed to be operating right now? I’m torn about making the trip
With the leaves on the trees now, I feel DDD is now very well hidden back off the road.

First thing both of you do, is take a shower. You won't be any cleaner the entire week. Towels are fresh for each customer. You're not interacting with many people.

I can think of plenty of things that are much more dangerous, like going to a Wal*Mart. I mean in a regular day, there may be 200-300 people in the building at once. Everyone going into the checkout lanes. Over the course of a day, a few thousand people are breathing the same air and touching things that you may have to touch if you want to buy it. Don't even get me started with the supermarkets, where every other granny needs to pick up every package hold it 12 inches from her face and put it back down then do the same thing to every package on the shelf. Cross contamination 101.

So where is the REAL danger? If you walk in to any AMP, coughing and looking sick I am sure you're going to be asked to leave. Besides if you're not feeling 100% you're not going to want to go get a washie.

Look everyone is an adult, make your own decision. If I am destined to catch it, I know where and what I would rather be doing when I catch it. Standing in line at the supermarket isn't at the top of that list.
 

Amj33757

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With the leaves on the trees now, I feel DDD is now very well hidden back off the road.

First thing both of you do, is take a shower. You won't be any cleaner the entire week. Towels are fresh for each customer. You're not interacting with many people.

I can think of plenty of things that are much more dangerous, like going to a Wal*Mart. I mean in a regular day, there may be 200-300 people in the building at once. Everyone going into the checkout lanes. Over the course of a day, a few thousand people are breathing the same air and touching things that you may have to touch if you want to buy it. Don't even get me started with the supermarkets, where every other granny needs to pick up every package hold it 12 inches from her face and put it back down then do the same thing to every package on the shelf. Cross contamination 101.

So where is the REAL danger? If you walk in to any AMP, coughing and looking sick I am sure you're going to be asked to leave. Besides if you're not feeling 100% you're not going to want to go get a washie.

Look everyone is an adult, make your own decision. If I am destined to catch it, I know where and what I would rather be doing when I catch it. Standing in line at the supermarket isn't at the top of that list.

Not worried about getting sick. Just thinking about if LE happens to drive by and sees traffic in and out of a business that’s obviously supposed to be closed
 

charliebrown

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I was let out of quarantine by the jailer (my wife) to do some home improvement shopping in NJ. It has been three months since I have had a massage and I could not take it any longer. I saw the 465 sign and was so excited until I got about 1/2 way down the driveway and saw a packed parking lot with seven cars, I turned around and drove off. It is obvious the mongers want to get back into the spas more than the providers.
 
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