posted on Mar, 31 2020 @ 10:20 PM
It, being you know what. Whether is deserves to be on the lips of 99 percent of americans 99 percent of the time anytime anyone utters more than one
sentence to one another. It's gotten old now.
It's everything and it's everywhere and everyone is playing an angle.
I've been locked up for the last 2 weeks and while that is partially due to "the thing" its equally about me being amply supplied and just being a
drunken sloth(Drink until 2 or 3 am, sleep until 1pm, wander around the house doing # all).
Honestly, I'd probably be doing that anyway without this crap.
I went out and mailed some bills today, seems town(small town, rural, upper midwest region of about 8K people) was way busier than it was 2 weeks ago.
Lots of traffic, lots of people out walking. Seems most everyone elses interest is waining as well. Bare in mind, this is a state with a few hundred
confirmed cases and less than a dozen deaths.
It's not that this thing isn't serious, but nice weather has finally come and it seems that most in this frigid #hole(my interpretation) have just
Now, I do see people keeping distance and wearing safety gear(gloves, wiping down counters, etc) but I guess people just aren't so willing to hole
themselves up like those in the big cities are(and likely should).
I think I'll go hit some stores tomorrow(grocery, liquor) and drive by my local gun store and pop in to see how they are doing. People are taking
precautions, but with so little outdoor time we get(and how rural it is, coupled with the low infection rate in the state) most people are TRYING to
have a bit of normalcy.
I don't blame them. Even I, a legendary shutin drunk, am tired to being stuck at home. I can only imagine how normal people are having difficulty
coping with this.