Every morning I receive email with about a dozen categories from the New York Times (national, international, arts, sports, opinion, etc.) and perhaps three story headlines in each with the opening paragraphs. Of the 30+ articles, there are usually at least 20
We had four inches of snow overnight while the media weather gurus were, of course, predicting much more, and schools were closing, pickups delayed, deliveries postponed, and so forth. A lot of people cancelled important appointments and meetings, and businesses
I always loved stick shift (manual transmission) driving. Real sports cars had only manual transmissions. But when Ferrari gave them up, I gave up on Ferraris. Anyone can simply push the pedal to the floor, and tapping paddle shifters is embarrassing
Inevitably, people are adjusting to Covid and restrictions with such flexibility that you're going to see people complaining about more lifestyle changes as the pandemic abates. Nothing wrong with that. It's called resilience. And kids are the most resilient of all.