Sound OFF
  • Today is Feb. 23, it’s a Tuesday, and this morning I go outside and my neighbor across the way is having some tree work done. I watch as my other neighbor comes out of the house and walks up to one of the tree guys and is standing right there in his face — asking, I guess, about her trees — and she has been diagnosed positive with COVID. I know this for a fact because my neighbor next door also has it, too, and they were hanging around together all the time. So I approach this gentleman just to say, “I want to let you know that lady has COVID and you shouldn’t be up in her face.” And he proceeds to show me his religious medal around his neck and tells me that he’s not afraid and doesn’t care. So right there, I think, is a very good example of why we are in the situation that we are in and probably why we will never see this stuff ever go away. Have a good day.
  • We have now lost more than half a million people to COVID-19. That’s more than we lost in World War I, World War II and Vietnam combined. I think we have to give credit where credit is deserved. This is to all you folks who insist on running around without a mask, who refuse to social distance and just have to get together with groups of likeminded people: I hope you realize this wouldn’t have been possible without you.
  • I’m a Vietnam vet. You know, we’ve lost more people to this pandemic than we lost in World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War all together. There we had an enemy to fight that we lost. Now we’re fighting an enemy we don’t see and knowing that what we were doing was to protect the lives and freedom of our future generations. Now to see the ones that refuse to wear a mask to help our future, if I would have known this, I would have gone to Canada. What’s with these people not trying something and not worried about other people? Well, we shouldn’t have gone and fought for them, the way I look at it. Give them a gun in the next war and send them over if they have no fear.