There’s nothing funny about Covid-19, the China-originated Coronavirus that has just been declared a global pandemic. But the explosive spread of the infection throws a lot of light on the state of human nature. A friend of mine said, recently, that, according to some 1960s comic books he had found in his loft, we should all be getting our personal flying cars by now; instead we are still persuading people to wash their hands after visiting the toilet…
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I hope all my blogger friends are doing well and looking after the needy, in these exceptionally difficult and trying times.
I hope so too. Stay well.
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