A Pandemic of Ignorance

I should have been prepared for the conspiracy theories, wanna-be militia protests, arrogant demands on service workers, and flagrant disregard for the safety of others by not wearing a mask or practicing social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic — but I wasn’t. I should have known that the spoiled, entitled, and selfish elements of our society would eagerly voice their alleged right to get a hamburger or receive a haircut while endangering…

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Science Fiction author, Active SFWA Member

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