Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my sweetie-pies!  How are you?  I',m plugging along.  Have you had enough corona bologna yet?  The Journal Times continues lecturing us on COVID-19 even as the county opens up.  "Be fearful.  COVID-19 will sneak into your bed at night and steal your valuables."  What horse poop!  Corona fatigue has set in.  The media has overplayed their cards.  The frenzy over COVID-19 is manufactured and sad.

Have you been enjoying our suddenly summer?  Spring has been cold and wet.  Now someone threw the switch and it's summer.  Just like that.  I went from having the heat on in my home to switching to air conditioning.  Thank you, climate change.

I must give a shout out to Mr. Mayor Cory 'Butterball' Mason for his stunning leadership during this pandemic.  He follows the lead of everyone else and comes in last himself.  What a tool.

From the Journal Sentinel online: Wisconsin reports 279 new coronavirus cases as percentage of positive tests continues to fall.  The number of positive cases continues to fall while the government continues to berate and lecture us.  I'm sorry, oh great "leaders," that this crisis is not as bad as you would like.  You will not be allowed to continue to suspend our civil liberties.

I'm sorry, my dears, but I'm really not in the mood for this.  I can think of nothing to write about other than the coronavirus.  I'm a victim of our news media.  I've been bombarded with COVID-19 "news" and I can't get up.  I hope that you understand . . .

I'm so glad that the local economy is reopening.  I can start calling upon clients again and Junior can go out without fear of getting cited for violating the stay-at-home orders.  We're still wearing face masks and practicing social distancing.  I don't want to contract the coronavirus.  I'm old and my kidneys are weak.  Catching COVID-19 could well mean a death sentence for me.

For your edification I present a cartoon:

Minnie the Moocher is a classic.  Look at those moves by Cab Calloway.

That's it, my friends.  This weird, weekly blog is done for the day.  I love you all.

Please be sure to respect one another.  It's our best hope for peace.
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