The Painfully Obvious

Give it a couple more years, and our valiant FBI will finally establish for sure that the events of January 6 weren’t coordinated by aliens from another galaxy either.

These incredible doofuses – and I don’t just mean the FBI, I mean the entire left – invent these ludicrous stories, convince themselves the stories are true, and then stun themselves with sudden revelations of the painfully obvious fact that it was all baloney to begin with.

Smug Mug

Before we met in person, N sent me a photo of himself, so I’d recognize him. And I almost decided not to go. The photo he sent was what he thought women would like. He looked smug, superior, and deeply annoying. In real life, he’s the most modest, humble, sweet person. It’s a lot more endearing than overconfidence.

Besides, there’s no place for two annoying, smug people in a relationship.

Quote of the Day

“We are seeing concerning evidence of waning vaccine effectiveness over time and against the Delta variant. Reports from our international colleagues, including Israel, suggest increased risk of SEVERE disease amongst those VACCINATED EARLY.”

– Director of the CDC.

According to COVIDiot logic, we should now hound, fire and unperson the poor schmucks who vaccinated early.

Alternatively, we could accept that respiratory viruses are unstoppable, like they’ve always been, and take measures based on that simple fact.

Before and After COVID

If before COVID means before the pandemic, then yes, absolutely. I’ve always been anti-needless meds and incapable of following meaningless, stupid rules. I always decide everything for myself and don’t understand the meaning of the word “trust.”

But if it means before I personally had COVID, then no. I was quite ill. If that kind of experience offers no insights into yourself and no opportunities to become a better person, then it was a total waste. It was a big, if unpleasant, experience. I’m grateful for it. I grew a lot. Not physically, though, because COVID did the impossible and made me stop eating.

Obviously, I’m not recommending that anybody get infected to achieve personal growth. There’s enough hardship in everybody’s life to do that.