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(The Atlantic)   How big should your quarantine pod be?   (theatlantic.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Bubble, POD, Johns Hopkins University, P.O.D., New York Times columnist, public-health scheme, child-care bubbles, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern  
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2020-11-30 3:54:10 PM  
One Absolute Unit.
 
2020-11-30 6:00:53 PM  
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Your cells wont be bored.
 
2020-11-30 6:02:07 PM  
Large enough to fit my shame bits comfortably.
 
2020-11-30 6:12:45 PM  
Big enough for me and my dog and one of my imaginary girlfriends.

/Doesn't matter which one, they're precisely the same size
 
2020-11-30 7:32:57 PM  
I'm lucky (sorta): no parents left and no kids, me and the wife don't work. Our pod is us plus my sister who works from home. None of us go out without masks and disinfectant handy. We're really missing the old eating out routine, I'll tell you that.

I think back on my time in the military and am reminded of some of that in terms of doing stuff no one else wants to be bothered doing. But wearing a mask and socially isolating is the least anybody has asked of me in a long time. It's just not the big deal America's Snowflakes make it out to be.

I've been greatly impacted by the virus in other ways but why cry about it as an excuse to surrender and do nothing?
 
2020-11-30 7:59:06 PM  
I know I could lose some pounds but calling me a whale is totally uncalled for.
 
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