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I Remember You
by Jon Simonds
Back in '64
You and the other 3
You finally closed the door
We were in mourning then
A Dallas motorcade
A blackened sky
Michael Douglas on Democracy in the Time of Covid
First the downside:
General disrepair, a breaking down of the system.
A number of treaties have broken down.
Some countries are forming a more populist regime, less democratic.
Even with our elections, there were questions about manipulations.
We have this world crisis with the pandemic, which is affecting all the countries in the world right now, neutralizing them
to some extent. We have vulnerabilities in China, in Russia, the United States, I think it's 180 countries.
And now the upside...
3rd Graders in the Days of Covid
1. I have to be with my parents the WHOLE DAY
2. If you have a sibling you have to spend more time with them
3. You can't go anywhere fun
4. Camp is cancelled
5. You have to wear a mask
6. You can't hug anybody if you need a hug (that's usually why I want a hug)
7. I can't collect stickers for my sticker collection
8. You can't play in the playground 'cause it's closed
9. You stay in your room more than usual so it gets messier therefore, you have to clean up more
10. You can only shop online
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