FULL DISCLOSURE: We were gifted a giant bag of leftover Halloween candy from last year that I've been stress eating through during the power outage + crunch time at work.
Calling it now: Top linked articles starting October 1 - "Is it safe to trick or treat this year?"
Arguments in favor: Kids already wearing masks. Keep your distance while outside and it should be alright.
Key questions: Should we sanitize the candy? How can candy delivery be no-contact?
Wildcards: Stories about quirky community efforts to keep trick-or-treat with creative alternatives, a la drive-by birthday parties.
Reading this story makes me think of an alternate reality where slice-of-life stories about living in the time of covid would be the predominant thing we hear about in our news. It's pleasant.
Talking specifically about the music, movies, tech, games and such. I'm sure politically etc. there was a lot of stuff that can get fucked.
If I catch covid in the next 2 weeks, I got it here.
"Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way."
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