A record number of overdosers in San Diego County can’t be wrong!
Well, the holidays are upon us — a hard time for a lot of people under the best of circumstances. And these are not the best of circumstances. Loneliness and depression should be at peak levels come Thanksgiving and Christmas, and there’s no vaccine for those. Speaking of vaccines, you may be trying to cheer yourself up with the thought that a covid vaccine may be available by the middle of next year. Maybe. But say you get that vaccine. Is the vaccine going to get you your job back? Is the vaccine going to keep you from getting evicted? Is the vaccine going to change you from the strung-out, neurotic wreck that you’ve become over the past year into some sort of smooth-talking operator who knows how to relate to other human beings in person? Probably not. There’s a lot of talk about Building Back Better, but you know better, don’t you? You know it’s too late for you, and that if you really want to avoid getting covid-19, you don’t need a vaccine six months down the line. You need something now, and you need something guaranteed.