Day 68

BRENDAN MCLEOD

 

       On Manufacturing Circumstances That Wouldn’t Have Otherwise Existed
                      So You Can Step In, Fix the Problem, and Play Hero
 
Or: Why We’ve Done Such a Historic Job
 
Or: Why There Can Be No Compromise, We Must Re-Open Immediately
 
Or: Why There Can Be No Compromise, We Must Sit in Our Houses for Years
 
Or: Why We Should Never Wear A Mask, Especially in Crowded Grocers.
 
Or: Why We Should Wear A Mask, Even Driving Alone With the Windows Up.
 
Or: Why We Should Wear A Mask Sometimes, But Never a Veil – That Violates the Charter.
 
Or: How Physical Distancing Also Violates The Charter, But That’s Different, We Must Protect The Vulnerable.
 
Or: How We Protect The Vulnerable by Shutting Everything Down, Unless it’s Essential, Which is Everything, Including Coffee Shops That Started Selling Bananas Last Week
 
Or: How We Protect The Vulnerable by Cocooning the Elderly, Except Part-time Underpaid Workers Forced to Work at Multiple For-Profit Care Homes and Shuttle Back and Forth Between Them
 
Or: How We Protect The Vulnerable by Giving Everyone $2000 in Federal Money, Except if You’re on Social Assistance in Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, in Which Case the Provincial Government Claws it All Back
 
Or: How We Protect The Vulnerable by Giving Everyone $2000 in Federal Money, Except if You Live in Subsidized Housing, Then Your Rent Rises, Sometimes as Much as 400%, Because Rent’s Geared to Income.
 
Or: Why We’re All In This Together

 



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