Tag Archives: coronavirus

Hello America, From Australia: Licking Things in a Grocery Store

Hello America, From Australia: Licking Things in a Grocery Store

In his column, “Licking Things in a Grocery Store,” Matthew Reddin looks at the recent sentencing of a Texas man to 15 months in federal prison for a hoax he posted.

Communiqués From Geezerville: Decoding the Word “Active” in Active 55+ Community

Corie Skolnick’s latest Communiqués From Geezerville column is about (mis)adventures during COVID and defining the word “active” in an “active 55+ community.”

My Summer of Seeing Friends: “If Not Now, When?”

The fall equinox is upon us and, as the seasons change, Nancy Townsley reflects on her summer spent connecting with friends during these COVID times. 

Hello America, From Australia: The Dumbest Timeline

In his column, “The Dumbest Timeline,” Matthew Reddin looks at school board meetings in America being overrun by anti-vaxxers, white supremacists, and the Proud Boys.

The Top 10 Reasons To Get Vaccinated Against COVID (Annotated, 2021)

Either you’re fully vaccinated by now or you’ve decided against it (or you’re under 12). For the unvaccinated, read Nancy Townsley’s reasons to just go get the vaccine already.

Masking, Vaxxing, Manipulating, and Grieving

Benjamin Vogt examines what is at the core of the division and tumult of these times: an inability to process grief. And the pandemic has delivered plenty of it.

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