Later today I’ll be recording a video in which I share some thoughts about living in preventive quarantine for 27 days, as well as other things. Right now it’s late/early. I’m in between naps. Just cooked and caught up on my YouTube subscriptions.
Because I stacked up well yesterday, an avocado, half a(n) eggplant/zucchini and a sachet of mashed bananas I had to defrost to make room for the new things I bought. A good opportunity to make bread and some yays to eat with the two kaiserbrötchen that have to be eaten tomorrow, for later, as well as the sushi I was planning to make anyway. I toast my banana bread, so it will feed me for about half a week. I would rather have waited with making it, but I was obligated to prepare my defrosted foods.
I predict tasty breakfast and lunch for today. 😀
This was extremely interesting to watch meow. My very indirect take from this is that politics is useless, there is a need for much better centralization and people don’t want to wrap their heads around what happens when all hospitals are over capacity. Outside this I caught some media wind in which thoughts about the end of this crisis were discussed, but this is barely the beginning.
We still need to learn whether the predictions are accurate or show a lower number than will actually turn out. On top of that, the glorified global economy can only resume if every single country has had no reported cases at all for at least 2 weeks. (For many reasons, I say forget about expecting a normal Easter holiday.)
I am all about letting the world be ran by experts and taking out all mediating functions. What D.O.C.I.S. International does is comparable to what politicians do, but D.O.C.I.S. International is a non-profit business and I am a pseudo-economist. So if you need military-like orders in policy, you know where to find me. 😀 I need clients meow…
That and more will be included in the video I will record later today. I’ll be laying in foetus position wrapped around my pillow and take a nap. (It’s just very comfy…)
– xxx –
P.S. As mentioned in an earlier post, moving patients to hospitals across the border in the name of European collaboration was going to be considered. I’m telling you that if you accept that, you’re creating an extremely tough situation for your country, which will manifest in about a month. Those hospitals accepting them now will then later have to refuse patients from their own country, due to them being overcrowded.
03:00 (AM) [CET]; Kievitwijk, Antwerpiyae