Notes On Surviving A Pandemic With White Privilege, Or Tales Of Mild Inconvenience

Chicks grow insanely fast for creatures with no survival instinct. When we realized we would be confined to home for some time, we naturally thought of the food chain, as in our supply line for organic if not-exactly-free-range eggs. So like most of America, we quickly secured three chicks, named Wonderwing (named by the sixContinue reading “Notes On Surviving A Pandemic With White Privilege, Or Tales Of Mild Inconvenience”

“A Small But Thriving Community”

The New York Times reported that an Oxford-developed vaccine is being tested on rhesus macaque monkeys at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories in … Hamilton, MT. After 28 days, all the monkeys remained healthy, possibly because they did not try to ingest bleach or Lysol. It remains to be seen if this vaccine will work forContinue reading ““A Small But Thriving Community””