Are We Obsessed With All Things Coronavirus? | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Have you noticed that you can’t get any news coverage about anything except Coronavirus? I have and you probably have not but that’s because I am a Noticer and you are not.

    Did I hear you just say, “Fella, I think you are exaggerating! This is one of those times when you are dead wrong!”

    I can’t believe you just said what you just said to me. If the scenario I am about to peck out below comes to pass, you will be apologizing to me for what you just said to me.

    The day has come where the Coronavirus is a thing of the past and you hear your TV say to you…

Today the CDC and all equivalent such organizations on Earth have published a joint communication announcing that the Coronavirus has been removed from every country on Mother Earth. The Coronavirus was brought down by a microbe that was discovered inside of the holes of Cheerios Cereal. Once the Coronavirus Killing Properties of this microbe was confirmed it was only a matter of time before a Vaccine was Developed, Produced and Injected into every human being on Earth. The Coronavirus Is A Thing Of The Past!

And now we can catch up on News Items that we just could not get to while Coronavirus was having its way with us. First on our Catching Up On The News List is…

Six weeks ago the People’s Republic of China in cahoots with the Russian Federation dropped five Atomic Bombs on the City of Los Angeles. All Angelenos are dead and the city itself is no more.

    OK, I got carried away with this Blog Posting. There is no way this could have happened…Or could it not have?

    Would I kid u?


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