So I posted the other day how it seems people up in the big city are done with the whole masks and social distancing thing. But I forgot to mention the one good thing I've been noticing for some time now.....both there and back where I live in Normalville. Have you noticed that (in general) people are WAY more friendly now that everyone is inconvenienced? I mean almost to the point of being absurd. No one has given me the middle finger while driving for what seems like an eternity now.....I'm starting to think I'm going soft or doing something wrong. In stores, if you hesitate to turn down an isle with your shopping cart, or anyone even crosses your path 15 feet in front of you......you hear a loud "I'm sorry" or such. At first I just thought it was me, but it's been consistent now over the past few months wherever I go. It adds validity to that old saying "misery loves company" I guess. And it's not a side effect of the pandemic I would have predicted. Maybe humans aren't that bad after all. Yeah, I'm laughing too......but it was fun to say it. Guess we all just need a common enemy to be mad at so we can all be nicer to each other. Who'da thunk?
Based on this phenom I'm guessing when the Aliens finally show themselves the human race will be the nicest it's ever been to itself. For however long we have left. Don't worry........be happy!