Aliker submits to his baser urges, craving cold beers on a hot day, amidst bankrupt police patrolling an unenforced lockdown.
On a sweaty street corner in China, Kai watches the fire burn and resolves to be ready for the fall.
MC ZULU puts Wisconsin in perspective simple enough even conservatives can understand it: the building is burning.
TORONTO, CANADA, August 28, Mandatory is Wrong. It Pretends Science is Settled. That’s Bull5hit. For Weak. Ignorant. Scared. Fools.
“No like speaking to intelligent and informed audiences. Not an audience of tv watchers that can understand what I’m saying.” – Chris Sky
Roger looks out his window with growing alarm at the state of his neighbourhood amid an economic collapse and spike in addiction and overdoses.
As the quarantine and lockdown chug on, Josette’s music takes off and she navigates the world of “pandemic dating” and consent.
Alina wishes every day for the safe return to her home in Chongqing, China as the pandemic continues to spread through Russia.
Kai reports from the Jialing river in Chongqing as a state of emergency is declared in the region
Pandemic Diary Day 211: Kai shines above haters, frolics with gym satyrs and nymphs, and finds what sparks joy in the pandemic nightmare of 2020 as the summer slowly winds down.
Day 201: Kai has the best quarantine birthday, relaxing and meditative, because the present is a gift not to be taken for granted.
Day 199. Kai writes a letter to the media, begging for schools to remain closed, and learns to drink coconut ice coffee with his mask on.
MC ZULU ruminates on being a masked black man in American, the politics of systemic racism, and the irony of a new hope.
Pandemic Diary Day 184: As Kai manages his old man rage, his birthday approaches again and he meditates on enduring the onslaught of bullshit; a gift from society.
As the summer chugs on, Alessia enjoys a respite from the pandemic as Italy adjusts socially, remaining vigilant and planning ahead for the winter.
Kai ruminates on the justice-oriented social movement of 2020 as the pandemic chugs on.
MC ZULU discusses the necessity of building culture, on the path to a just society.
Josette manages to pull off a move to a new home ahead of schedule to beat the reimposed phase one lockdown.
Kai contemplates life, legacy, death, and Momento Mori as the pandemic rages on and the anti-masker mask holes mount a defense to sanity.
Kai’s niece Eden writes the Olympics of Chinese student college entrance exams, on a rainy day, in a very special year.
Alessia experiences the joy of traveling Italy in the age of COVID, with masks and distancing but a lovely summer adventure nonetheless.
Social distancing, proper hygiene, that’s stellar, but what really works in China, Singapore, South Korea, and the Czech Republic is that everyone, every single person, wears a mask when they’re outside their home. Every one, every time. https://masks4all.co/
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