Covid-19 PanICdemic/Plague:  An Exclusive Interview With . . . Mr. COVID-19.  Save The United States Postal Service (April 13, 2020)

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Interviewer:             “Good morning, listeners.  We have the distinct pleasure of presenting for his first public speaking appearance an exclusive interview with . . . Mr. COVID-19 . . . who has been in the news recently.  Mr. COVID-19, welcome to the Banal Banterings radio hour.”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Totally.”

Interviewer:            “A few questions about your background.  Where were you born?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Tubularly.”

Interviewer:            “Okay, let me back up.  Oriental or Occidental?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Worldly.”

Interviewer:            “A natural origin, we presume?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Humanly.”

Interviewer:            “When did you begin your world tour?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Recently.”

Interviewer:            “How did you begin your world tour?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Problematically.”

Interviewer:            “Was your world tour planned?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Inevitably.”

Interviewer:            “How do you move so quickly?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Swiftly.”

Interviewer:            “Are you as novel and virulent as they conjecture?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Clearly.”

Interviewer:            “Do you attack the lungs or as some surmise the blood’s capacity to deliver oxygen?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Virulently.”

Interviewer:            “Hydroxychloroquine treats malaria which is caused by a parasite not by one of your compatriot viruses.  However, might a round of hydroxychloroquine dissuade you?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Arguably.”

Interviewer:            “Azithromycin may kill bacteria, but I don’t need to remind you that you are indeed a virus.  However, might a course of Z-Pak discourage you?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Possibly.”

Interviewer:            “Are humans able to develop immunity?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Potentially.”

Interviewer:            “Is there lifetime immunity?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Intermittently.”

Interviewer:            “How long are you staying around?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Indefinitely.”

Interviewer:            “Will they come up with a safe and effective vaccine in the next year?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Unlikely.”

Interviewer:            “Are you unconcerned and indifferent to the plight and welfare of those you impact and the lives you destroy?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Utterly.”

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Interviewer:            “Do you believe the United States Postal Service should be saved and bailed out if necessary?”

Mr. COVID-19:        “Unhesitatingly.  . . .  What is it with you people?  We understand that you have the dormant ability to think.  You are far more destructive to each other than we will ever be.  You people are a much greater on-going Plague on this Planet than we will ever be.”

Interviewer:             “Thank you Mr. COVID-19 for your lively and informative interview this morning.  Next week on Banal Banterings, we are tentatively scheduled to hear from . . . the lovely and talented Ms. COVID-19.”

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J          “To date, the actions and inactions of almost everyone on the public payroll have been criminal and treasonous.  However, the decision by the politicians not to bail out the United States Postal Service is a new strain of stupidity and folly.  People need to be able to ship and receive products throughout the life of the Plague and afterwards.  Many of the recipients and beneficiaries are in rural and small towns in Red States.”

K          “Every other supply chain is braking and breaking.  The most important supply chain is being allowed to snap and fail intentionally and with malice aforethought.  As a people, we are obscenely deficient.”  

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J          “Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, did sound a warning in late January that caught my attention and does deserve a nod.”

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J          “The Plague will provide many numbers for debate and discussion.  The numbers of deaths per citizen in the Red States that refused to implement stay-at-home orders versus other figures for Blue and Purple States will be revealing.  Who know it the numbers of deaths in Red States may or may not be fewer if the citizens are willing and able to access and use the Red State Trumpi Trifecta (hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with azithromycin and zinc).”

K          “Sports are statistics in uniforms.  With sports events now cancelled, these statistics may provide fodder to entertain and distract the people.  Betting lines could be established.  Will there be a vaccine within a year?  Two years?  Will we hit X deaths by Y date?  Is 6 feet or 31 feet the appropriate social distance?  Are 14 days or 21 days of quarantine the appropriate time?  Who on the public payroll should receive the least valuable player (LVP) award?”

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K          “Save the Postal Service.”

J          “And make more portable oxygen concentrators rather than ventilators.”

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J          “Everyone agrees that we are in a war.  As Clausewitz observed, the Olympics are war carried on by other means.  Every four years, nations come together and joust with other nations on the playing field rather than on the battle field.  However, some of the compelling human dramas make some of the events worth watching.  At this time, the traditional Olympics in Japan finally have been postponed, but the competition continues.  Now countries are playing games with their COVID-19 numbers to score points in the new on-going ‘2020 COVID-19 Olympics’ played out across the world.”

K          “Who has a better health care system?  Who has a better PPE inventory?  Who is better at contact tracing?  Who is better at testing?  Who is better?”

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J          “Save the Postal Service.”

K          “And make more portable oxygen concentrators rather than ventilators.”

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K          “The alleged choice between maintaining public health and maintaining the economy is another chimera and another shimmering lie.  The fractured and fissured financial system fractured and fissured.  There was never an option to maintain the business as usual (BAU) economy.  There was an option to allow the economy to sputter for a few weeks, but not to continue the economy for a few months.”

J          “If the suppliers are dead and the truckers are dead and the store owners are dead and the shoppers are dead, the economy is not alive.  I am not only saving the articles of the meat heads contending to the contrary to a file, I am printing them because they will disappear from the Internet when their false prophesies prove wrong.” 

K          “The Kleptocrats have preserved and perpetuated the worst aspects of the failed but now resurrected financial system.  The economy as we know it must be ‘restarted,’ but it cannot be restarted.  Not without some subtlety and finesse.”

J          “You have no chance of restarting the economy without first saving the Postal Service.  Period.  End of discussion.”

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[See “‘No monkey ever reheated a frozen burrito’ – What The Expanse tells us about the COVID-19 pandemic and serial passage gain-of-function research” in “Harvard to the Big House” dated March 23, 2020, “Logistical and Technical Exploration into the Origins of the Wuhan Strain of Coronavirus (COVID-19)” in “Harvard to the Big House” dated January 31, 2020 and “China owns Nature magazine’s ass – Debunking ‘The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2’ claiming COVID-19 definitely wasn’t from a lab” in “Harvard to the Big House” dated March 19, 2020.]

[See the e-commentary at “V, W, U, S or . . . L: The Shape of Things to Come (November 16, 2009)”, “Greed on Steroids (October 22, 2007)”, “Kleptocracy, Inc.: Rebranding America (November 18, 2013)”, and two e-commentaries on the bailout written a dozen years ago at “A Bleak Day: The Trillion Dollar Tragedy (October 6, 2008)” and “Futile Efforts (September 29, 2008)”.]

Bumper stickers of the week:

Not dual-use gain-of-function research again?!?!

Save the Postal Service!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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