Not the ordinary house cat. This cat is ready to defend the house and its occupants. Impressive.
Higher education committed suicide with its dual racketeering model. First was the college loan racket, in which schools colluded with the federal government to jam too many “customers” through the pipeline who didn’t belong there, and who buried themselves under a lifetime debt obligation they could never escape. The second was the intellectual racket of creating sham fields of study that contaminated all the other “humanities” with poisonous bullshit theory, and eventually even invaded the STEM disciplines. Covid-19 screwed the pooch on all that, scotching the four-year party-hearty in-residence part of the deal. For now, who needs an online class in Contemporary Sexual Transgression ($2000-a-credit) when you can just click on Porn-hub for free? Hundreds of colleges and universities will be going out of business in the years ahead.James Howard Kunstler — https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/things-going-by/#more-‘
Restaurant and bar owners worldwide are rapidly innovating to accommodate social distancing requirements in their establishments. One pub landlord has a crafty solution, and it’s positively … electric. Johnny McFadden, landlord of The Star Inn in Cornwall, England, installed an electric fence in his pub to maintain a safe distance between pub goers and his…
Not The Onion.
You can’t make this stuff up.
Getting WAY longer. Note the Andy Rooney eyebrows. The time had come to go back to my barber.
Meanwhile in Oklahoma…we’re reopening but nearly nothing appears to be pre-Covid. The outside world feels different from all of the behavioral changes.
SITUATION UPDATE: COVID-19
One of the changes at the barbershop was opening on Sunday mornings for cleaning and taking a few customers for haircuts by appointment only. Business at the shop has been slow which tells me the customers here are still pretty much staying at home and sheltering in place. They may have discovered the joys of cutting your own hair. Or maybe money is tight, less frequent trips. Or worse…
But for me this visit was about trust. Trust in a man who has cut my hair for nearly fifteen years. This is a man who would not put himself, his customers nor his business at risk.
Thanks Kevin. I’ll see you again in a couple of weeks.