I honestly don't have much to say about this, but I do find it interesting. I feel like it is a window into how many Americans are feeling right now. I certainly resonated with it. As every day goes by it seems like people are more an more confused and things not only continually change, but also do a complete 180. "Travel restrictions to China are bullshit" to "don't leave your house until August". "It's not worse than the flu" to "it's a global pandemic". "Don't bother with masks, they won't help you that much" to "If you go outside without a mask you'll be arrested". And all of these things are coming from the same people.
I am all in favor of changing your position as more information presents itself, but it seems like nobody knows anything about anything. It is incredibly frustrating. It feels political and it is impossible to know who is right and who is wrong, but if you want to get back to living your life it seems like your only course of action is to move to a place where they allow that to happen. Or maybe not. Who knows. It feels like a dramatic move, but if you have the means to to do it and you are willing to take the risks, why not? Going out in public sounds pretty sweet right now. I would probably give it a shot. I kind of want to pitch Barstool Chicago moving to like Boise, ID for the summer. Get a big airbnb, bring George and Scottie, hang out, and see how long we can go without killing each other.
In these strange times, there's two people willing to speak out and ask the important questions. Joe Rogan and David Portnoy
I don't know what the answer is, but it is frustrating that it's clear that the people in charge don't know either. Pres for Pres.