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That's nice of you to mention that. It's too bad the local high school is shuttered but there's one around that age who is a neighbor. I'm still quite able to get around but not being young anymore, I'm feeling more and more mortal, and now with this virus and the tightening of health care, it kind of magnifies the situation.
Too much time to dwell (waste) on the matter.
Doctors are relating stories of how some people are finding it difficult to remain indoors and the psychological effects it can have. Compound that with advancing age, isolation from familiar activities and the like and your can get a witch's brew of negative outcomes.
It'll be interesting to see the mental outcomes from the population, at large, as it's, I assume, being documented by the relevant health officials. This will have long lasting effects.
All the best,
Any teenager would be fine and, if your neighbor cannot do it, high school is still an option. They are all closed these days, but the activity is as strong as ever. All the students are very much involved and having lectures etc. One e-mail will save you from going to the store. It is rough out there and you can go out other times to other places. Grocery store should not be one of them these days.
As a side note, you want a high school student, not college age. Younger the better. Because they can also get sick.
1. Take a trip down to 5th and San Pedro streets, or drive down Santee Street from 5th, then tell us how Los Angeles and those who run the city are not residents and/or perpetrators of a city damned. Even Typhus has hit workers at City Hall.
2. As far as myself being admitted through The Gate, I'm comfortable with my relationship with Him. How about you?
3. Silly, immature name-calling and race-baiting really isn't appropriate for this forum.
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