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Hey everyone just a little rant on the mic, callout for guests, I could really use some I have no 0 nada episodes in the bank. Do you want to share your garden journey?
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Dacia and I went for a walk and she suggested that I make some juniper bundles to burn in my house to help clear the air. Juniper is a native plant in Montana and a great and beautiful bush to grow. Sage also helps cleanse your area.
So I also picked up a part time job selling sponsorships on my friend gregg's podcast, but I thought you might be interested in some of his awesome tips he's been giving out on working from home and of course why politics matter.
Red Cross Update
So I went to the red cross to donate blood. For the last month they have called my phone and asked me to donate. This not something I normally do, I did once before because a friend asked me to. But I would if it was just like stop in and drop by I would probably donate regularly. It's super easy for me. Anyway then the Surgeon General asked for donations at the press briefing on March 19:
"SURGEON GENERAL ADAMS: Oh, thank you. Thank you, Mr. President, Mr. Vice President. Today, you heard a wonderful announcement from the FDA, and I just want to give a shout-out to Steve — Dr. Hahn — and the folks at the FDA, where about — where several hundred of my Commissioned Corps officers work. You’re right, Mr President, they are tireless. They’re doing things that have never been done before to bring the most — most prudent advances to the American people.
But I want to talk about something different, briefly. We know many of you are home practicing the President’s guidelines for social distancing. But one thing we should all consider, especially our millennials and Gen Z, is donating blood. As an anesthesiologist who still practices at Walter Reed, taking care of our wounded warriors and our soldiers, I know donated blood is an essential part of caring for patients, and one donation can save up to three lives. Blood centers are open now and in need of your donation. I want America to know that blood donation is safe, and blood centers are taking extra precautions at this time, based on new CDC recommendations, including spacing beds six feet apart, disinfecting surfaces between patients, temperature checking staff, and encouraging donors to make appointments ahead of time so we can space them out.
Social distancing does not have to mean social disengagement. So give blood today. You’ll feel good about it and you’ll be helping your country and your community during this crisis. And you might even save a life."
And they did all of these things, I guess the beds were 6 feet apart but I didn't like the fact that the woman who took my blood etc wasn't wearing a mask, I didn't like the fact that all of us sitting there together in the waiting room were maybe 6 feet apart, IDK, and the volunteer taking my temp wasn't wearing a mask, plus there were plates of pizza laying around... But I stayed, and gave blood and I hope it helps save a life someday.... so use your best judgement if you decide to donate wherever you live.