Does Anyone Know If There Is A Hotline For Alien Abduction? I'd Like To Request One. We Have Lost Our Collective Minds.
“Does anyone know if there is a hotline for Alien abduction? I’d like to request one. We have lost our collective minds.” Keith Waara Facebook.
Football cancelled; Italy closed, parts of France and Spain closed. Schools in Ireland closed, two hospitals near my home have announced they won’t be allowing visitors from next week. In New York, Broadway has shut down all theatres.
It’s certainly been a crazy week. I saw a video of a woman with all the loo rolls from the shelf, in her huge deep trolley and another woman asking for, “Just one”, The woman with the trolley refused to hand over just one and a fight broke out! I also saw a picture of a man with about fifty packs of nappies, I’m hoping when he got to the till he was told, “No, not allowed.”
Every week I do my brother’s shopping and have done so for years, as he has mental health and is a recluse. I usually do it about 6pm but last week I went at 06.45am and today I went at 07.15am it was busy, as I was ‘late’ the queues were long at the tills. As I was waiting for my turn at the till some people in another till next to mine, they were informed by the Cashier, “You can only have two cartons of milk,” They has six, then they were told, “You can only have one pack of cat food,” So the rest they had to leave. I had cat food, but I had only had one pack, I was asked recently, “Why do I need to buy cat food?” As we don’t know the future we don’t know if we will need to self-isolate, then we would need cat food.
It was sad to see all football matches had been cancelled in England, for it doesn’t just affect them but the hotels and business all around who was depending on the busy crowd. Eight hundred packs of sandwiches were bagged and given to the homeless charity because of the football calculations. Some workers who worked in the hotels were told to, “Go home,” As they were informed, “You are no longer needed.” Their Manager said, “They were frightened.” It has also affected taxi drivers who have no customers and no one is going to the restaurants.
There is nothing else anyone is talking about; it is almost like it has brought, World Peace. I remember many years ago when someone at work got the job. She wasn’t expected to get the job. But she knew someone, and strings were pulled. That was the only one time we ALL had something in common and we ALL were collectively united in shock and disbelief, we talked of nothing else, all the backstabbing and gossip had stopped! It was surreal, just like the coronavirus is now.
I’ve had an email yesterday, that our Church is open tomorrow we were informed last Sunday, “If you have the flu stay home and get well,” I will be going to Church tomorrow, for I think by the following Sunday, it may not be allowed anywhere in United Kingdom.
There is SO much info on the internet and Facebook, serious deep stuff and funny with loo rolls the most things that is talked about. I manly focus on the funny and share it with friends and family on WhatsApp, and in turn they too share their funny pictures and short video clips.
This morning as I left the house early to do my Brother’s shopping when I noticed a young woman on the street crying, there was also a smartly dressed man, of a different nationality nearby, he was standing still with a very stern expression on his face. I walked past her to get to my car. I then had to drive the short one-way system and in so doing I saw her again on another road, I drove past her she was on her knees now crying her heart out at the side of the road. I stopped my car and turned around; I went up to her, she stood up, I said, to her, “Do you want me to drive you to the police station?” Still crying she said, “No”, I said, “Are you sure?” She said, “I’m sure,” I was in a hurry, but I wasn’t in that much of a hurry that, I’d lost all sense of humanity. I left her crying; she was walking back towards the man in the suit. The whole World might be in turmoil, but individuals are still here going through grief. Even yesterday I heard about a young woman who hanged herself, she left a note, and her Parents found her. If only she had talked to someone.
Last night I fell asleep on the sofa, and woke up at 02.20am the telly was still on and I started to watch, what was on, it was SO interesting, why was it on so late? It should have been on earlier so everyone could get a chance to see it. It was called, ‘Contagion! The BBC Four Pandemic,’ it was on BBC4 HD the reporter spoke with various specialists/ professors and the general public. “She asked the general public, “What disaster has killed one hundred million people in the last hundred years?” Some said, “Tsunami”? “First World War?” “Second World War?” “All the Wars together?” “CO2 Emission?” Some, “Didn’t have a clue,” She told them, “The Spanish Flu, it seemed like people had forgotten, as it had happened many times before.” She went on dotted around the country in secret depos are flu jabs, ready to give to people, at very short notice, with all the protective gear.” The Reporter went and spoke to a Specialist, who explained, “It is to do with maths, and also guesswork, which would work if an experiment was done with 10,000 people!” But the Reporter wouldn’t be able to do the experiment with SO many. Between then they decided to try the experiment with 500 people she went to a village and as most people have a smartphone the experiment would be done, using their smartphone, with their full consent. All 500 people would download a special app and for a set time, they would go about their normal business, in their everyday lives, the data of where they had been over the set period of time. They all came back together in the village square, The Reporter read out a pin number for Android phones and another pin number for iPhone. One group had to go to the left while the other group had to go to the right, technically one group had the ‘virus’ and the other group hadn’t caught it.
The Specialist had told her before she did the 500 people experiment, “That it always has to start with 0 the first person who catches it.” So the Reporter went back into his office and they looked at the computer with the data of the 500 people, and it showed her passing on the virus, to the second person in the café, and very quickly how the high percentage of people caught the virus, and passed it on to unsuspecting family, friends and strangers, and that didn’t even include in real life when people travel abroad. It was SO interesting. In fact the Specialist said, “The viruses in ten years’ time, none of us have it yet, and because none of us have it yet, when we DO get it, it will spread like while fire as we don’t have any immune systems to fight it off.” If you get a chance to watch it, please do.
I went up Town today, I put hand sanitiser on my hands before I came out the car. I’d been in the house for two lovely days, chilling, it was strange touching the handle of the shopping trolley, I knew as we all have heard, “Don’t touch your face.” I had an itchy nose and chin and with the back of my hand kept touching my face! I was SO annoyed with myself. Usually I never touch my face, I have no need to. On my way home, I thought has my breathing changed? Is it laboured? I realized no, thank goodness. I couldn’t wait to get in and wash my hands.