Do Not Facepalm

Okay people, I’m only going to say this one more time because I’m really tired of talking about it.

Wash your hands. Keep your hands away from your face. Boost your immune system. Avoid crowds if you’re high-risk. Stay home if you’re sick.

Stop believing everything you read.

Even this post if it bothers you.

We’re all agitated about the virus. Yeah, it’s bad. No it is not as bad statistically as the flu, or pneumonia. At least not yet.

And why the hell aren’t you washing your hands anyway?

That’s it.

I will not write about it again. I will not like, comment, or share social media posts about it.

I do reserve the right to share the funny memes. Give a boy something.

I will not be reckless, but, from this point on, I will not be responsible for spreading either the virus or the hysteria.

I know, this is the third day this week that I’ve talked about this. But take a look at social media. It’s flooded with charts and arguments and hysteria and blame.

You know, just like it always is. It’s just that, currently, it’s about the virus.

Look, I’m not going to live in fear.

I’m not going to hibernate.

I’m not going to stop going places as long as I’m allowed.

I’m just going to stop talking about it after this post.

Today is Wednesday. We’re halfway through the week.

We can only hope that by the weekend we’re all agitated about something else. I mean, it’s March, we’ve got basketball to argue about.

I’m about to open another show.

I’m about to help open an Amusement Park.

And, the bride and I have plans to drive to Florida for Spring Break.

We’ll take this thing one day at a time.

That’s all we can do anyway.

I’m just hoping that a month from now, we can be hysterical about something else.

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