I had a lovely birthday, thanks in no small part to all you wonderful people who left messages. :) Right up til that day it was a pretty bad week full of fear and discomfort. I think the tide is starting to turn a little mental-health wise now though.
Here’s some positive, funny, or at least hopeful posts that I’ve been collecting over the past few weeks!
Today has been a really, REALLY rough day for me. The worst one since the lockdown began. I think I’m just gonna share as much positive stuff as possible this evening. I love this Spider-Man and whoever’s behind him.
Ventured outside for supplies. It was very grey and wet. Signs everywhere.
The guy letting people into the supermarket seemed pretty cheerful, but I heard him talking about incidents elsewhere where customers had deliberately spat on staff.
While waiting in the queue a woman came towards it coughing and coughing and coughing. She wasn’t covering her mouth or making any effort at all not to spread her germs. I try not to wish ill on people but my god did I wish ill on her. She was walking alongside a pram which presumably had a baby in it. I can’t even describe the disgust I felt at that moment.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has become one of the country’s most high profile figures to contract the coronavirus. Johnson confirmed the news in a tweet, saying he had developed mild symptoms, including a temperature and a persistent cough, and on the advice of the country’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty had been tested. As…
I just heard this story today and I have thoughts. They’re not pretty. They’re really, really angry in fact.
I never really knew all that much about Lilly but she always seemed pretty cool and interviews and stuff. I liked her in the MCU and The Hobbit. But here, what’s really getting to me is her justification:
Some people value their lives over freedom, some people value freedom over their lives. We all make our choices.”
Putting the coronavirus aside for a second, what Lilly is basically saying here is that she values her freedom overother people’s actual, you know, lives. She apparently lives with her immunocompromised father, and she valued “freedom” over him. I really and truly cannot understand why this is a mindset that so many people seem to have, it horrifies me.
Yes Lilly’s apology is nice and all but it doesn’t tackle the real issue at the heart of her original post, that she valued her right to do whatever the fuck she wanted more than she valued her father or her children. That’s not the sort of thing that can fixed with a sorry, that requires changing her whole worldview.
I hope once she was done making that post she sat down with her loved ones and explained to them in detail why her right to do whatever selfish thing she chose trumped their right to health and very possibly life.
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