On the one hand, people are screaming that we’re all going to die because of a nasty flu, but, on the other hand, these same people are hoarding hand sanitizer in the belief that some zesty vodka is going to save them.
Pit bulls owners: ‘Actually, Chihuahuas are more likely to bite you.’
Me: ‘And I’m also a lot more likely to be bitten by ants than by a lion. Care to guess which one is more concerning?’
At the very least, this pandemic will allow us to put to rest all nonsense about @realDonaldTrump being (or aspiring to be) a “king” or a “dictator” — a pandemic is the perfect opportunity to seize power, if one is so inclined.
It’s for the best that many of our ‘circuses’ are electronically delivered — seeing as many of the physical ones are being cancelled.
Motion: “Berry” should henceforth (like “vegetable”) be treated as a culinary term (in addition to a botanical term), thereby preventing scientists from further unwarranted shenanigans.
Yes, I’m looking at you, watermelon.
Should we learn something from the fact that the Media and our supposed ‘leaders’ seemingly care more about the economic consequences of COVID-19 than anything else? Probably.
Will we? Of course not.
The overwhelming majority of you can stop worrying (overmuch, anyway) about COVID-19 — you simply are not going to die from it, or even have a particularly bad go of things if you do get it — but the elderly are vulnerable, so do attempt to prevent spreading it.
Personally, I find it difficult to imagine just how wonderful the world would be if pit bull people put the energy they expend defending their cuddly murder mutts into, really, anything productive.
The real excitement begins if (more likely: when) COVID-19 manages to get into the prison population.
I do not know who needs to hear this, but:
We are in the middle of a pandemic; if you are not feeling well, do not go to church on Sunday. God will understand if you stay home and watch a service online or read your Bible.