I'm making mine come true by rolling the hell of out California, where Governor Gavin Newsom's draconian lockdown policies within my bucolic slice of paradise is putting small restaurants, bars, shops and salons out of biz while impacting upon my personal liberty.
Without sounding like a "conspiracy theorist," a phrase vastly overused these days (and with which I was unfairly labeled when I wrote about the Bilderberg Group in the mid-1970s when few knew of its existence)...
...one has to wonder who might gain most from un-scientifically-based comprehensive lockdowns resulting in widespread shutdowns of the mom-and-pop variety that pioneered and built this country (and leads only to widespread indoor private partying and protest among asymptomatic youth who spread the China Virus like wildfire to those most vulnerable).
The truth eventually outs.
Yay, Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Target, Dominoes, et al.
Right? No, not right. Wrong.
You'll be sorry one day when these discount behemoths are all we have left.
And maybe that's what China had in mind when they allowed their virus to roam the world as they continue to fill our warehouse superstores with inferior wares produced by slave labor.
To the last sensible high-end tax-payer who departs California for Texas or elsewhere:
Please turn out the lights.
Or, as Florence Scovel Shinn wrote in her quaint and quirky 1925 classic...
"One can only contract germs while vibrating at the same rate as the germs. Fear drags man down to the level of germs."
FakeBook and Twatter would probably delete this.
I've saved them the trouble.
I deactivated FakeBook two years ago (fake pages still exist in my name, they're obviously not me but FakeBook would not take them down) and, more recently, I deleted Twatter.
Good riddance to both.
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