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Richard Jernigan

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to ernandez R

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ORIGINAL: ernandez R

I recall a phone conversation with one of the better guitar shops in Austin telling me to look on EBay?


I wouldn't call it much of a guitar shop, but some time in the '70s I took my '67 Ramirez blanca to the J.R. Reed Music Company, the biggest one in downtown Austin, to be appraised for an insurance policy. The only reason for going there was they displayed a "Ramirez Authorized Dealer" sign. Jim Sherry, Ramirez's U.S. distributor, had set up "Authorized Dealers" all over the country. Most of them had never seen a Ramirez guitar.

The man at the counter took the guitar into a room where I could see him on the phone. After a while he came back out and gave me a ridiculously low price.

"Why so low?" I asked.

"It's a second class instrument."

"No it's not." I pointed out the light blue border on the label, and the hand written "1a."

"It has a 2 on the label."

"Where?"

He pointed to Ramirez's address, "Concepcion Jeronima 2."

I picked up the guitar in its case and headed for the door.

"Wait, you owe me for the appraisal!"

"No. You owe me for wasting my time."

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RobF

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

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"Wait, you owe me for the appraisal!"

"No. You owe me for wasting my time."




Classic.

I second the suggestion that you capture your anecdotes in book form. The post you made in the Cowboy Boots thread about the history of ranching in Texas was epic, and could easily be a chapter in itself.
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RobF

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to ernandez R

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I spent years looking for that guitar afterwards but never found her equal.


One of the best sounding flamenco guitars I’ve ever played was made in Mexico. From what you’re saying, what you had was what I like to call “a good guitar”, which actually isn’t intended as faint praise, it’s not easy to be a good guitar.

The guitar I’m referring to has some minor cosmetic issues, and a couple of slightly less than minor issues with cracks, but whenever I’ve had the opportunity to play it, I’ve invariably walked away saying, yep, that’s a good guitar.
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Richard Jernigan

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to RobF

Back on the "What's it really like" topic, which I apologize for derailing:

Here in Austin a major civic asset and tourist attraction is Barton Springs. It's a dammed up spot in a spring fed creek. Swimming and sunning are very popular there in warm weather in normal times, very hard to find a parking spot. I assume that the Springs themselves have been closed by the city.

Just below the dam is "Barking Springs." It's not part of the city facility and you can bring your dog. It's been warm during the day for the last couple of days, high 80s F (31 C). Although there is nearly no traffic on the streets and most non-essential businesses are closed, this has been the scene there the last couple of days, despite a "shelter in place" order.

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rombsix

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

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this has been the scene there the last couple of days, despite a "shelter in place" order.


Hence the USA is # 1 now, and just "beat" China in terms of COVID numbers. Same **** here in Nashville. I went to get some food today, and I was stunned. Some restaurants / bars opened up today because the weather is great, and of course, people responded, and Vanderbilt keeps telling us to get ready for the deluge. Well of course it's going to be a ****ing deluge with these morons behaving this way!

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 27 2020 0:45:28
 
Escribano

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

People are dying over here in Northern Italy. My neighbour has just come out of stage 4 chemo and her husband is a quadriplegic. She's ****ing scared.

You guys have not see anything this big.. well not yet.

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JasonM

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

The National Guard has been posted in my neighborhood - 1 Humvee parked across the street and cracking the whip on social gathering at the park.
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Escribano

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to JasonM

Welcome to your Hollywood reality.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 27 2020 1:44:18
 
Piwin

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

Sorry to hear that Ramzi. Stay strong!

Over here, today for the first time there were less deaths than on the previous day. That's not much as far as good news goes, but hopefully it means we're headed in the right direction.

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Escribano

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Piwin

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Over here, today for the first time there were less deaths than on the previous day. That's not much as far as good news goes, but hopefully it means we're headed in the right direction.


As much as I hope for Spain, en mi corazón, this is not the end of it.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 27 2020 2:04:24
 
Piwin

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Escribano

I agree. This is still just the beginning. But, well, if it means that the containment measures are having some effect, I'll take it!

edit: well, just a day later now we've just had the highest number of deaths in a day we've ever had. So much for that.

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flyeogh

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

Here near Cadiz there is not a soul on the kilometers of beach and the streets are largely empty. Yesterday I bought fresh fruit and veg. Goods go from shop to customer via 2 wooden surfaces just outside the shop. These are disinfected between each customer. I handed over a 20 Euro note. My change, 6 coins, was passed back to me sealed in a plastic bag. I'm not sure what the latter process achieves but you can see real dedication to the cause.

My wife used the beach promenade while heading to the health centre. It was a very necessary journey, was a direct route, and the prom is wide so if you did meet anyone you could easily maintain distance. A young police officer told her off in no uncertain terms. She was annoyed as it was totally illogical, but I guess we all must remember young police officers, or what ever official we bump into, can be just as scared and frightened as anyone else. And who knows what tasks they are being prepared for in case this gets a lot worse.

We still know of no one who has the Wuhan virus or who has been tested despite being in touch with distributed family/friends and my MIL's two helpers.

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hamia

 

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Piwin

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ORIGINAL: Piwin

I agree. This is still just the beginning. But, well, if it means that the containment measures are having some effect, I'll take it!


The containment measures are only to stop the hospitals being overwhelmed. Otherwise there is no clear endgame in sight. The only way out is 'herd immunity' or a vaccine - and who knows how long this will take ...
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BarkellWH

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

Richard, those fools and knaves pictured by the pool represent a wider collection of self-centered, self-absorbed idiots who no doubt cheer Trump on when he suggests getting "back to normal" by Easter. People like those pictured have absolutely no respect for others and do not give a whit if they convey the virus to others as long as they can "do their thing." It's the Trumpian credo of being "all about me."

Speaking of idiots, it is hard to imagine a bigger idiot than our orange mound of protoplasm in the White House, but Brazil may qualify with its president, Jair Bolsonaro. Marta is originally from Brazil, and her niece sent an E-mail last week in which she said that Bolsonaro, defying Brazilian medical professionals, publicly stated that the Coronavirus is just "hysteria" created by fraudulent medical professionals. And in yesterday's Washington Post, Bolsonaro is quoted as saying that the Coronavirus is no more than "a little cold."

This is such dangerous (not to say ignorant) talk because the thousands of poor people living in the favelas (slums) around Rio and other Brazilian cities could spread the Coronavirus like wildfire once it catches on. The ignorance of some of our current leaders is beyond comprehension, but it doesn't excuse the ignorance of those pictured in your image who lap it up.

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Piwin

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to hamia

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The only way out is 'herd immunity' or a vaccine - and who knows how long this will take ...


If you head over to the "start of a new era" thread, you'll see that I strongly disagree with this. Which is why I'm disconcerted by governments only ever talking about easing the load on hospitals as some sort of temporary fix and never about full containment/eradication of the virus.

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

This is from Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian newspaper.
'Americans are paying the price for his lack of foresight, his closure of a pandemic task force for no better reason than it was established by Barack Obama – he hates anything with his predecessor’s name on it – and his failure to heed the warnings of a pandemic preparedness exercise, codenamed Crimson Contagion, that identified glaring gaps as recently as last October. Yet still he repeats the line that nobody could have known what was coming.'

Fauci: 'I know John, but what can I do?'.
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flyeogh

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

Any chance we can keep this thread on topic. Not saying not interesting but I find individuals reality a good counter balance to the global generalisation stuff - as important as it is.

Now you've made me go into stroppy mode I'm going to grab my guitar and play some jolly alegrias

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Escribano

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to flyeogh

It's enough to say that it is still really bad here in Northern Italy. We are hoping that new infections will start to ease some more, but it looks like the lockdown will continue for another couple of months.

Local shop remains stocked with no panic buying and the people are polite, as always. Very impressed with how they are bearing it, overall.

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RobF

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Escribano

I’m just happy to hear from members as it indicates they are hanging in. Maybe in a couple of weeks we can post a roll call thread, but it’s still early days for many of us.

Canada is beginning to ramp up the cases now. The testing to this point has been quite targeted, although it’s expanding as kits become available, so what is reported now indicates the percentage of those who were ill enough or symptomatic enough to qualify for testing. The local health teams estimate that what is actually active in the communities is an order of magnitude more.

I’m hoping our distancing and isolation measures will help. Like everywhere, we were late to the party in battening down the hatches and there was an element that just didn’t want to take it seriously. There are people who are still ignoring the distancing and isolation measures, which have moved past the recommendation phase to now being legal obligations. I don’t want to wish ill on anyone, but I suspect there will be a bit of a cull in their numbers, as a lot of them are likely to fall ill, although unfortunately they’ll take others down with them, too, as well as unnecessarily load the health care system.

But the fines are becoming significant and can include jail time, so people are starting to pay attention. It’s also become decidedly uncool to be out there acting nonchalant about the whole thing when there are poor grocery store clerks going to work every day in a state of constant terror.
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tele

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Escribano

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ORIGINAL: Escribano

It's enough to say that it is still really bad here in Northern Italy. We are hoping that new infections will start to ease some more, but it looks like the lockdown will continue for another couple of months.

Local shop remains stocked with no panic buying and the people are polite, as always. Very impressed with how they are bearing it, overall.


Anyone getting blamed at for the situation in Italy? Some speculate it's the tourists that caused the rapid growth of cases some speculate it's the Chinese who live in Italy and travel between the countries. Or is the government's slow action blamed mostly?

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ernandez R

 

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

My home state of Alaska went full lockdown essential travel only. I am glad but many are angry at our governor. Tough choices for sure but necessary.

We have had the first death in our state..

We did have some locals from our one city, about 100k souls, who had canceled a booking try to come back up to stay in one of our cabins for a few days. Can’t tell you how hard it was to stand firm and tell them to not come. At this point it’s not about the money, dog knows we need it. They had three children and wanted to get away for a week but we have our own community to protect, again our medical providers, as well as ourselves. In way it felt a selfish decision :/

In the home front we had a few sunny days and I am improving fast. Went up and down our street on my xc skis and sat outside playing for the birds and moose while soaking up Vitamin D. A young bull moose walked up our driveway and started nibbling on the birch trees about forty feet from us. We are blessed.

I’ve got a top to get glued on today and I’ll pad the first spit coat onto my last two that have been waiting patiently for it to warm up.

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Escribano

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to tele

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Anyone getting blamed at for the situation in Italy?


Nope, and they were screening incoming tourists at the airport at the beginning of February, when a friend came here to visit. It's a close-knit community with children wanting to be with their parents and grandparents etc.

So, wait a bit longer before you judge too harshly. I am heart-broken about it but we still hope that the end of this comes quickly,

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 28 2020 18:44:44
 
kitarist

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

Hey Richard, is Daniel B. Jernigan related to you? (I realize he is too young to be your brother, but from the younger generation Jernigans in your family?) https://www.cdc.gov/ncird/div/flu/flu-bios.html

I just came across a report(*) that Daniel Jernigan, MD, Director of influenza division at CDC, in 2018 held a webinar on lessons learned from the 1918 pandemic as a followup from a conference on the 100 year anniversary of that pandemic.

Or is Jernigan a very common name? (I must admit I've never encountered it before seeing your name on the foro.)

(*) https://news.yahoo.com/two-years-before-coronavirus-cdc-warned-of-a-coming-pandemic-090054010.html

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flyeogh

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

Just a quick update on the local scene.

Our local vet friend is reporting an increase of abandoned pets. Here in Spain animal welfare is not as high on the list of priorities as elsewhere but I'm sure this is driven by lack of economy

Once a year we have a cockroach chemical treatment applied to the drainage, on the patio and the outside of the house. The guy called saying there would be a delay but did we want a CCPvirus spray applied. At over 200 Euros I think we'll skip it as I can spray bleach as well as the next guy.

Still our supermarkets are selling out of toilet paper, sanitizers, bleach, and gloves very quickly. I thought as we pass day 18 that would have passed.

We now know of one person with the CCPvirus: the mother of a school friend of my niece who lives in Madrid. We still know of no one else who has even been tested.

Stay safe one and all

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Piwin

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to flyeogh

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CCPvirus


What is "CCPvirus"? I'm not familiar with that nomenclature.

edit: oh lol, I think I found what it means. Nigel, you lose the right to complain if this thread goes off topic again

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kitarist

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Piwin

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What is "CCPvirus"?


Apparently CCP = Chinese Communist Party. Didn't know some were calling it CCPvirus but there is even a hashtag for it.

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Goldwinghai

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to Richard Jernigan

About a week of self isolating himself in his bedroom, my in-law doctor in London texted: “Everyday I think I am winning, by the late afternoon it reminded me I am not even close.” Another week gone by, his wife told us yesterday that his temperature had been normal for two days, he started eating...she is less worried, basically good news.
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flyeogh

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to kitarist

We have just hit our first problem. My MIL has to have a specific thickener added to all liquids. After some days awaiting a delivery we have been told there is a problem transporting goods from Sevilla down to the coast. Tomorrow we run-out. Just hope I do not need to go to a hospital to pick it up



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Apparently CCP = Chinese Communist Party.
The drive to name it so was due the chinese inventing two other viruses that could course confusion. One is called Italian virus and the other US Army virus

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Richard Jernigan

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RE: In your locality – what’s it... (in reply to kitarist

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ORIGINAL: kitarist

Or is Jernigan a very common name? (I must admit I've never encountered it before seeing your name on the foro.)



Tamara E. Jernigan, the astronaut, is a distant cousin from Tennessee. My brother knows her. My great-grandfather was born in Tennessee.

I have met few Jernigans outside my extended family. In every case I have been able to find some connection. The name is nearly, if not actually extinct in England. In America we all appear to have descended from Thomas, who arrived in the Maryland colony in 1635. He served in the House of Burgesses, until they took the legislative prerogative from the Lords Baltimore. This ended any hope that the Roman Catholic church would be officially established in the colony.

Later Thomas was granted land in tidewater Virginia. He named his estate there "Somerton." The 200-acre front lawn of the present eldest son of the eldest son is visible on Google Earth.

Jernigan's Bridge was the furthest downstream bridge on the Nansemond river. The County Seat was there from 1650 to 1750, as was Governor's Wharf. Going upstream on the James river from Norfolk, VA, the Nansemond is the first tributary on the left.

One interesting Jernigan I met was the President of the Black Ministers Alliance of Norfolk, VA, whom I met in the 1970s. Obama's Attorney General Eric Holder reminds me of his appearance.

The minister said he was descended from "house servants" of the Somerton plantation. His ancestors were taught reading, writing and arithmetic, which was illegal at the time. His ancestor, and a few others took the family name at Emancipation. "House servants" were often the descendants of male members of the white families, born out of wedlock to enslaved mothers. We agreed we were probably distant cousins.

He said the field hands had much more difficult lives. Nor did they take the name.

When I moved from Santa Barbara to Kwajalein, the owner and driver of the moving van who picked up my furniture was from North Carolina. At least one of Thomas's sons moved south from Virginia, settled on the banks of Albemarle Sound, and was among the founders of the North Carolina colony.

The mover's van had a sleeper cab. His wife accompanied him on his travels. The mover introduced me to his wife, saying, "This man is from the same family who owns the whole county back home." I came across a video clip a few years ago which featured a North Carolinian from an old tobacco farming family with whom I share a surname. My great-great grandfather was born in Anson County, NC.

Family history is known in public records for more than 850 years in the male line, more than 1300 years in the female line. There are eleven variant spellings in English records, all members of the same genealogy kept by the College of Heralds. It is nearly certain that I have a good deal more Neanderthal DNA than I have from my most distant recorded ancestors.

When English friends visited in the 1980s, they stayed at our house. When asked where my wife and children were, I replied that it was probably not well known in England, but in America there was a society of people descended from barons who signed Magna Carta in 1215. The Bishop of Lincoln was in Austin with his cathedral's copy, and they had gone to see it.

"But, everybody is England is descended from a signer of Magna Carta," my friend responded.

"Indeed. But to get in to the Society you have to have the paperwork."

In the 1939 edition of Burke's Peerage the entry begins, "One of the oldest families in England in lineal male descent." I have pointed out that this makes it even more doubtful that the paperwork reflects exactly what went on between the sheets.

I have said to my children more than once, "The only value I see in knowing such a history, is it teaches that over time almost every human character trait will emerge, for good or ill."

There have been ordinary folks, distinguished aristocrats, and great villains.

RNJ
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