What a difference a year makes, huh? I blogged this video 11 months and 2 weeks ago
Post-apocalyptic shut down of a city that has a population about the size of New York City. Locked into a complete ghost town. Oh you want to leave? Tough shit because you can't
Wuhan was the tip of the spear for this virus and apparently they were the tip of the needle too because they got that vaccine(or whatever they did to control it) and now the city looks like this
I HATE nightclubs. Despise. I am not cool enough or rich enough to attract girls in that setting. I need to be able to hold a conversation, crack a few jokes, pretend to care about whatever they're saying, and overcome all of my deficiencies that include my face, body, clothes, and general vibes. Only on the rarest of occasions would I end up in a place like this pre-2020. If you told me this place and this exact seen was available in Chicago I would get in line now. Like literally right now. It's 11:27 while I am writing this sentence. I would close my computer and get in line outside of Tao in 16 degree weather and wait for them to judge my clothes and charge me a grand for a 45 dollar bottle of vodka with a splash of cranberry as I gave it out to girls who couldn't even bother to pretend that they were interested in me. That sounds like the best night I could've had in the last 12 months.
Honestly, this gives me hope. Wuhan makes me think that we are putting this fucking virus behind us and we are going to have a brand new roaring 20s. Everyone just going insane, living like there's no tomorrow because there isn't one. Me? I will probably still stay on my couch watching sports but man having that option and knowing other people are out there living…that's pretty sweet. Can't wait.