Thursday, March 5, 2020

A sick joke

Working in such a locus for both public information and the transmission of diseases, a library, I have been following the Coronavirus news very closely. And though I am worried about getting sick and what steps to take in preparation, I am also fascinated by how it is all playing out. All the politics, science, information and even contagion math is captivating me as this virus works its way across the world. One might say I've even gotten a bit obsessed with the subject. Or maybe even more than "a bit".

One might say I've got Coronavirus fever!

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!

What did you say?

Yes, thank you, some chicken soup would be lovely.


  1. Literally just saw this because I made this joke yesterday and wanted to see if someone beat me to it. I tip my hat to you, good sir.

    1. Thank you for your tipped hat. Great minds think alike and all that...


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