My sorta kind of quick ChRiStMaS Greetings for everyone... "Without Problems"
With some concerns. I've heard and I have been reading out there online on the internet. That currently in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and across many other countries of the first world. The authorities of those advanced countries are saying that for these holidays of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.
Due to the Covid-19 security restrictions, quarantines, lockdowns, so much confinement and social distancing. The population in these countries are allowed to use only their own homes for gatherings and can only meet up to 8 people without any problems.
But I believe the real problem is gonna be that I very much doubt that in these countries of the first world........ someone actually knows at least 8 people "without problems..."
Yeah! not such a biggie!
Last but not least...
And just to close this quick Xmas Greetz post. Now let that an old Cranky Gandalf and experienced Vzlan party man tell you a tale with a friendly advice for you all. Regardless if it's Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
"The Dangers of Drinking and Driving"
I'd like to share a personal experience I had about drinking and driving.
This might save you the cost and embarrassment of being arrested for DWI. As you know, people have been known to have unexpected brushes with the authorities from time to time and often on the way home after a "social session" with your family or friends. And especially way more often during these Christmas days.
Well, recently it happened to me. I was out for the night to a party and had more than several margaritas coupled with a bottle of a rather lovely red wine. It was held at a great Italian restaurant. Although relaxed, I still had the common sense to know I was slightly over the limit. So, I had to take my precautions.
That's when I did something I've never done before... I took a taxi home. On the way home there was a police roadblock, but since it was a taxi they waved it past and I arrived home safely without incidents. As you surely might know, these roadblocks can be anywhere and I realized how lucky I was to have chosen to take a taxi.
The real surprise to me was that I had never driven a taxi before. Not sure where I got it, and now that it's in my garage I don't know what to do with it. So, if you want to borrow it, just give me a call.