Previously, previously, previously, previously.
Dear future: The worst thing about our post-apocalyptic hellscape is the boredom.
Well, for a lot of people the worst part of our post-apocalyptic hellscape is being intubated in an induced coma for two weeks and then needing a lung transplant. So there's that.
Well yes, that, of course. But the boredom? A very, very close second, surely.
I'd put "worrying about a potential 'avalanche of evictions'" ahead of "boredom".
I see sarcasm just doesn't cut through a veil of earnestness.
Yes, boredom is a luxury. It falls far below food insecurity, financial insecurity, housing insecurity, medical insecurity (up to and including death), etc. People that have the luxury of bitching that they never realized the apocalypse would be so boring are truly narcissistic, self-entitled assholes.
I can see that that sub-text somehow got lost in my original message.
Dan, this is nowhere near the apocalypse, and San Francisco bars can re-open.
Source: Business Insider
Who is "Dan"?
And what's your point with the link and the graphics?
Governor says places can open if/when things aren't getting worse? Check.
The graphics? "There are historical things and co-morbidities that have killed more people, total"? OK.
I thought you were Dan, of dzm.com. Are you?
I was pointing out that San Francisco is no longer on the list.of counties where bars may not open, and I'm confident Jamie has the best mask approach, as long as accommodations can be made for straws.
Is that not the best news of the year for our intrepid host?
There is no "Dan" at dzm.com.
Anyway, Jamie, if anyone be telling you plastic drinking straws don't decompose, they be lying.
As someone whose been working remotely since before the pandemic, what is this "boar dome" of which you speak? Is the dome made of boars or do they live beneath it?
Two boars enter, one boar leaves.
I thought it was the dom, an underground excavationist, who led (ofc) the SF Nature Walks which are the source of the pictures Jamie sometimes shares.