Whatever, Coronavirus, Today We Choose To Crank That CRJ And Dance Around Our Kitchens.
|Amy Widdowson||Apr 21, 2020||1|
My darling dearests! Omg, it’s (checks watch) Tuesday! It’s Tuesday the 21st! Yesterday was Monday the 20th! Tomorrow is Wednesday the 22nd! And that’s been your much-needed reminder of which day of the week it is.
Also: I have decided that today is officially a Carly Rae Jepsen kind of day, so I highly encourage you to do as I have and mosey on over to Spotify and get your morning groove on. If you’re looking for a tune to start with, might I suggest the wailing lead sax of Run Away With Me. Bonus points for hairbrush karaoke and general wiggly merriment.
TO THE INTERNET!
I would like us all, producers and not, to listen to Jay Rosen, please: “It would greatly improve things if the producers of our national news flows actively de-centered the president…”
Just going to gently leave this headline down here for y’all to inspect, and to perhaps send to any friends or loved ones who thought protesting the shelter-in-place orders was a good idea: Kentucky sees highest spike in coronavirus cases after lockdown protests.
And diving deeper into that line of thinking, Charlie Warzel’s here to explain exactly how we got from the Tea Party movement to this very strange and scary place in history: Protesting for the Freedom to Catch the Coronavirus. And I’m probably contributing to this because, as Warzel writes, “As a political movement, the Make America Great Again crowd relishes turning criticism from ideological opponents into a badge of honor.” Well, crap.
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And per usual, I really really really really really like you.
Be kind to yourself.