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Top 10 Things Learned During the COVID-19 Shutdown

1. Toilet paper is significant

2. Yard work never seemed to demand this much time

3. Governors enjoy television exposure

4. Women have a high tolerance for Hallmark movies

5. Grooming the cat can result in sudden, painful flesh wounds

6. The storage room needs to be a garage again

7. My books aren't that interesting

8. Lines in front of a store are reminiscent of Soviet Russia

9. I can now build web sites on

10. I'm saving money on gasoline which I'll use to pay for Jenny Craig®

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