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Coronavirus Diaries
by | Feb 27, 2022

I was taking my daily trot along Highway A1A in Florida the other day when I ran into a walking instance of the utter insanity that has overtaken pandemic-ridden America since the winter of 2020. I passed a guy with…

by | Apr 16, 2021

The first time it happened, I wrote it off as a smoke detector alerting me to a low battery. That or something on a mobile phone that one of us had left lying around the house somewhere. Just routine background…

by | Mar 3, 2021

There’s only one solution for those frightened by states like Texas dropping mask mandates and opening back up: Stay Home, Stay Safe™. The world is a scary place, filled with germs and germy people. People are stupid. People sneeze. The…

by | Jul 1, 2020

The rain came in the evening as we were warming up last week, and when it let up a bit I biked home, figuring the courts would be too wet and night would be falling. I also figured it made…

by | Jun 9, 2020

Turns out the the lid on the COVID-19 shutdown was not very tight, undone by the events of May 25, 2020, concerning the actions of a police officer in Minneapolis that caused, before our very eyes, the death of George…

by | Jun 5, 2020

New Zealand has officially gone two weeks without a new case of COVID-19. There’s one remaining active case at the tail end of symptoms, and after that the country will be officially coronavirus-free. I thought now would be a great…

by | Jun 4, 2020

New Year’s Eve 2019 — no one could have predicted what the coming year had in store. Certainly not me: a starry-eyed 23-year-old graduate, fresh off the boat from Ireland with plans to experience the vibrancy of the “city that…

by | Jun 3, 2020

“This is your country,” Oumi says, “tell me what’s going on.” “It’s your country too, sweetie.” She finds herself under curfew, short hours at the store where she works, her customers telling her they missed her because they came too…

by | Jun 1, 2020

In a strict sense, this is not a comment on how I’ve been spending my time during this pandemic, but how certain others might better spend theirs. In the days before the shutdown our lives were supposedly so busy many…

by | May 26, 2020

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has done plenty of dumb things during the COVID crisis, but one thing he got right. On March 23, when he was posting his “stay home” order to Twitter, he added an all-important caveat. “You can…

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