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tuesday wrote

Both my parents have COVID. Glad the pandemic is over.

Thanks Brandon!

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ghost wrote

I’m going into week 3 with covid. I’m so angry still. I hope your parents feel better soon. And don’t have any lasting effects.

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tuesday wrote

I'm so sorry this has been so long term for you. :(

I've managed to avoid it so far, but that's probably because I live alone and never go outside or do anything.

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ghost wrote

Thanks. I also never go anywhere. I do have a partner who works outside the home but he masks and has been very careful. I caught it from a landlord interaction I couldn’t avoid (normally I don’t have to interact but there was a tree about to fall on our rv where we’re staying and they were ignoring our calls and texts). I had a kn95 mask the whole time and the whole interaction was 10min. But they’re unvaxxed and we’re unmasked, and that’s all it took for a highly transmissible strain.

That’s partly why I’m so angry. Landlords are trash.

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lettuceLeafer wrote

Them having covid is very inconvenient for uncle Joe. Can they like just not have covid. Also can disabled people just be able bodied? It's very rude of them for existing and being disabled. /j

But like that's actually the Democratic policy on covid atm which is pretty messed up.

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ghost wrote

The US covid policy is currently “disabled people should just die already.”

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lettuceLeafer wrote

True, able bodied people really love acting super offended that disabled people exist so they just want them to not exist.

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ghost wrote

I’m unbearably angry about the world. Still have covid. I thought I was getting better but things got worse a couple nights ago and I feel like ass. The US response to covid is pure fucking eugenics. I’m angry that I have to spend so much energy fighting to survive this hell, so that I don’t have the energy to do things that matter and make a difference.

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ruinsociety wrote

I'm losing more and more faith in people. It's amazing that people don't see the problems with tech innovation and progress. The environmental damage and climate change are devastating. And then when you see them say that tech can solve issues that tech is causing, it's just an epic case of brain worms.

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kore wrote

I think they see it but the solutions/alternatives are just unfathomable so they take things like progress and growth as given, obvious goals and ask how those can be worked with. Not really people's fault I think, to me more and more it seems like a natural coping mechanism. Some people get depressed, some people turn to drugs, some people trick themselves.

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kinshavo wrote

Well most of days I post on the clock so late to work is an abstraction for me, but working from home most of my days get me on a state of continuous anxiety and procrastination... I thought about getting chemicals like aderall or ritalin as an easy way out of this mood but probably not a good choice right now...

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rot wrote

i bought some zines form local printers last week. got a surprise day off today because i worked too much overtime this week

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kinshavo wrote

Fuck I grow more and more cynical and bitter, I don't like to think Raddle contributed but I guess it's true. The pandemics fucked me up, I probably am struggling with an undiagnosed mental health issue too.

I hoped to recover the color of the World, but now I'm just content in breathing above the shit

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Majrelende wrote

hope is to be found in the small places

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