In my own country breakfast is usually coffee or tea for adults and milk with cereals for kids, with some biscuits or bread with some jam or a slice of some cake. Mostly it is sweet things.
In other places of Europe at breakfast you eat what we would eat at lunch, like eggs with a sausage and beans so when you come to tourist places you can find both breakfasts.
Personally I eat whatever is available like people in the old times and it depends only on who is cooking. If it is me, it comes to some tea with biscuits because I am lazy. I would eat eggs and sausage if somebody cooked it for me.
There is some tradition here about rice because rice is farmed around my place. The difference with the way rice is used in Asia is we don't put boiled rice in a separate bowl or under the main sauce, we use bread instead for the same function. With rice we make "risotto", that is the alternative first entry in a meal to pasta. Rice is not boiled or cooked with steam, instead it is first slightly roasted in a pan then cooked slowly together with other ingredients and the end result is somehow "creamy". I have never had rice or fish for breakfast so far.
Betacoronaviruses have been with us since the dawn of man and other mammals.
This "novel" mutation has been created in an unnatural way involving 2 maybe 3 different species.chinese rufuous horseshoe bat appears to be the culprit and has zoonotically jumped or possibly been involved in a lab inducement.But nobody knows for sure and is a clear warning from nature.
Just be thankful they have not all jumped over at once.
@Pesala I think they are all measured in liters now. People are used to that and it has probably been at least 30 years or so that they have been doing it. It was a good way to hide the fact that the engines were getting smaller. LOL
I also had a 1968/69 Ford XL car that had a 429 cubic inch (7.03 liter) motor. Got it cheap because the previous owner was caught running 154 mph (248 kph) in a 55 mph zone and couldn't pay the ticket. Hard to get the right parts for it as it was made with both model year parts being built during the fall changeover.
The best big motor car I had was a 1967 Chrysler NewYorker with a 454 cu. in. (7.44 liter) motor. It was the most comfortable car I ever drove. Took it from Chicago IL. to Tucson AZ. (3300 kilometers) just stopping for gas. It took about 26 hours to get there, and I felt like I had just been sitting on a couch with my feet up at the end.
Gave it to some friends who's son was on the basketball team. 5 boys that were 2 meters and taller could ride comfortably in that land yacht.
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Now don't overreact in the opposite direction.
That's all. Lets try to not make things bigger than they are.
So you like to be called sick, useless, clueless and irrational from someone who spreads intended misinformation to the public about you and how you have "unbelievable number of issues" when almost nothing is true. Fine to know that you won't report me next time I will be using those specific adjectives for you.
All this thread should be bug reporting and new features request.
Weren't you supposed to tell that to the specific individual in the first place but you tell me?
here in england the government left it far too late for testing.Warned in january and did nothing until months down the line.
People were told to stay home and instead gathered in groups and did the opposite.
People management is more important than a one off test.Test negative one day and contract virus the next is hardly inducive for accurate figures.
@Dr-Flay When I'm at my remote location (1000km from here) and need something (an app or data) that I only have on this PC, I remote-in with TeamViewer. Not sure how I'd live without it. All I'm doing is operating my own PC, but the way my life is organized, that's a huge benefit.
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