|China Virus (I apologise in advance)|
Like some, I do enjoy a good bio-hazard movie, Dustin Hoffman in ‘Outbreak’ (1995) was particularly good, as was Bruce Boxleitner in Contagion (2002 version), and 28 Days Later (also 2002 and far superior) with Cillian Murphy. There’s also ‘The Cassandra Crossing’ (1976). Universally panned by the critics, with its host of Hollywood greats, this particular movie had a bio-hazard background but was also a runaway train disaster movie that bombed at the box office. Ironically it made good money in Japan, can you see why?
|The Cassandra Crossing (1976) A Sync messenger of doom? (See Twilight Language)|
Not to sound alarmist, Okay! Too late, I guess. Next week my government is sending out ‘letters’ to the vulnerable health system registered people of England to confirm if they should self-isolate. Failure to comply to your ‘notice’ means the powers-that-be now have the power to ‘arrest and detain’ in a venue of their choosing. Sound familiar?
|Empty streets in your area now|
|Empty supermarket shelves coming to a town near you|
|Faux paid for Climate Activist Greta Thunberg having a whale of a time in Bristol Feb. 2020|
Remember Novichok? Now that was a great test of our resilience, especially here in the west country… Porton Down (the oldest chemical warfare installation in the world) apparently helping with the Coronavirus cure effort. Nice of them.
|Testing, testing, testing, are YOU ready to take the test?|
What’s number three? Oh, it’s earthquakes of course. Magna, west of Salt Lake City, Utah, has been experiencing unprecedented levels of aftershocks (a big swarm) following the 5.7 magnitude earthquake Wednesday. The last thing anyone wants to hear is that San Francisco, California, is shaking, or these swarms are increasing, especially anywhere near the Yellowstone Caldera for example, because if that suffers a catastrophic collapse, COVID-19 will mean nothing at all, it’s Sayonara everybody!
|Peek-a-boo, this is not a joke. No, seriously, it isn't. It's a conspiracy of some proportion, but not a joke!|
Choosing to stay indoors and forfeit wages, my employer won’t pay, this is all unknown territory. Everyone is living in a state of limbo and only a thought away from being completely terrified about the future. What does it look like? I don’t earn enough to buy an electric car, never mind a robot assistant, now I doubt I ever will. Having a roof over your head and money to buy food was, for the most part, a life-stresser but manageable. At least we still have Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV and Sky Movies to keep our minds on other things, and our freedom to use ‘Social’ media to communicate with each other… right?
Oh, I just heard they have cancelled the Eurovision Song Contest this year… things are that bad, I guess.
|Indian Jones and The Temple of Doom (1984) - Harrison fights 'Wu Han'|
Tonkiri and Run Don't Walk on Twitter for some fabulous Coronavirus Syncs to really get you thinking