Because of literal technical difficulties, we won’t be following through on our holiday food distribution plan.
That's even crummier. Take care of yourself, dude!I was just in his office 2 days ago, so I may be following suit, even though I wasn’t anywhere near the employee in question.
It seems like most of the people here in the United States just got tired of it and simply decided the pandemic was over.
Except it isn't over. The virus doesn't care about how bored or frustrated you are with it. It doesn't care about how many weeks you've had to spend indoors with your children, and it doesn't care about the economy or the election either. It's still out there, still spreading, still killing people, and we still don't have a vaccine....and grown adults are acting like petulant children over the bare minimum precautions like "stay home" and "wear a mask."
This is the inherent problem with the fact modern medicine has managed to make serious aerosol spread illnesses virtually a thing of the past for more than half a century (and you can argue a century); there's no cultural understanding of what an epidemic really means, and how seriously you need to take it.
Yeah. I love to cook for people. That‘s why we have pots up to 30qts in this house!That's crummy. It sounded like you were looking forward to it.
That's even crummier. Take care of yourself, dude!
Sounds like they are scapegoating you, for not eating the proper diet and buying the proper products and etc. You failed to take care of yourself, you see, and therefore you are liable for any and all consequences. Ugh.In short, they are scapegoating food for the failure to have a proper and opportune response to the pandemic and they are wasting precious money and time on black stickers that don't even have the desired effect just to show they are doing something.
Being overweight is way far down on the normal correlations to a shortened life span ... even the amount of blaming most people do by calling being overweight unhealthy is perhaps exaggerating a statistically small element compared to do you have friends and even are you one who interacts with strangers or even do you get the flu vaccine. So my thought is be careful about societies "health craze" that is less driven by real science than those exploiting standards of beauty than most people think. The typical health consequences seem less than people think. That its danger is exaggerated by COVID19 is one of those situational ugh's.
American Fan of BBC here, but the key is don't get stuck on any single source.
Indeed my favorites are all in there NYT, Forbes, BBC, PBS, CNN (web) with the Hill/Politico somewhat.