Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my dears!  How are you?  Have you been staying home?  Has it driven you nuts yet?  If I have to listen to much more of Junior's complaining, I think I'll go mad.  Señor Zanza has always done well with Junior, but now even he has had enough.  Señor Zanza has laid down the law with Junior.  Kind of a "no contact" order.  We all live in the same house, so it can be difficult to avoid each other.  Señor Zanza just doesn't want to spend time with Junior anymore.  I can understand why.

All that Junior does anymore is babble about the coronavirus and how unfair it is that he's confined to the house.  Obviously, we have online access, but he's not doing any school work.  I don't know what to do about him.  Maybe if I ignore him, he'll go away.  No, that's not nice.  But I can't listen to much more of his ranting and raving.

I can't listen to much more coronavirus news in general.  You can't read a newspaper or watch a news program on TV without mention of the virus.  Online news is the same.  It's horrid.  Thank God for the kindness and understanding of Señor Zanza.  I'm worried about losing clients because I can't spend time close to them, holding their hands.  Señor Zanza soothes my anxiety and always makes me feel better.

As of this writing, Racine is dong quite well during the outbreak.  Stay at home and social distancing seem to be working.  Just wait until the election.  That ought to mess things up good.  Already, numerous polling sites have had to close down because of a lack of poll workers.  Oh my!  ( Milwaukee normally has 180 voting sites; because of coronavirus, fewer than 12 polling places will be open April 7 )  That will just force more and more voters to wait in line to vote at the open polls. This election could be outright murderous in its spread of the new virus. People congregating in line. Voting "booths" reused by voter after voter.

Speaking of the election, I want to tell you that I voted by mail and I voted against the Unified referendum. One billion dollars with no guarantee of taxes not going up is absurd. Unified already throws away its money like a drunken sailor. I keep getting these glossy flyers in the mail pimping the referendum. It costs a lot to print and mail those things. So here we have Unified using our money in an effort to get us to give them more of our money. They're hustlers, pure and simple. Student populations are projected to drop in the coming years. Then why does Unified need so much money? Whose yacht are we financing?

Have you had trouble finding toilet paper?  me, too.  Our houses is an older home and we have to be careful of the plumbing.  We can't flush anything other than toilet paper and/or poop and/or puke.  I'm grateful that I always keep a large supply of household items on hand.  TP is something that I stock up on, along with paper towels and facial tissues.  So, we're in good shape.

On the subject of toilet paper, have you seen this commercial?

That little bear is singing about his "hiney" being clean.  How disgusting!  Gag me with a spoon!

Well, that's it for this week, my dears.  I love you all and thank you for reading my blog.  I wish I could kiss each and every one of you, but that would break social distancing rules.  Ah, well.

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