81: Reopening in Happening

When talking with friends across the country recently I realized that our little bubble here in California is different. We’re still in lockdown and our restaurants aren’t open. People are wearing masks. It’s as if it’s April.

My friends in other parts of the country are living differently. I heard someone yesterday make a reservation at a restaurant for “a table for 3.” Another friend who is operating a taxi company in Georgia remarked that there are plenty of rides happening. So, America is definitely reopening.

Trivia question: There are 3500 deaths from COVID in California. How many of them are under the age of 45? Answer: 68. Most people my age haven’t seen anyone die or get seriously ill from this disease. I can understand that. If people don’t perceive the threat, there’s no fear, and they’ll continue to push the line.

So, we’ll see what happens. I’m guessing there’s be more waves of cases, but, hey, maybe not. We will see.

I keep thinking about this read: Sure, The Velociraptors Are Still On The Loose But That’s No Reason Not To Reopen Jurassic Park

Other Stuff

Jane, here, comes in hot and just destroys this interview:

This is the point we’re at:

As if things aren’t worse enough, then this happens:

This is really beautiful:


In good news, The White House selected 5 companies as finalists to develop the vaccine. Keep in mind that the current record for developing a vaccine is 4 years.


There’s a general decline of hospitalizations for COVID around the country


That’s it everyone. Have a great Thursday

Only 64 more days to go

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