Viral load matters quite a bit, the pumps are outside, and a bunch of other factors, including that I have a bottle of hand sanitizer in my car.
Because, again, 0.000001% may as well be 1%.
Why do you ever leave your house if you're not willing to risk 0.0001% chance of anything happening?
With great empathy, I've thought a lot about all the people who cannot stay at home, and how at-risk they are every day.
I have thoughts in that regard, but . . . .
We also heard from one of our Florida neighbors yesterday. She and her 85-ish mother, who lives her, tested positive.
They are not deny-ers, but made some bad choices on their drive down from Wisconsin, stopping to see relatives along the way like normal.
Now that I think about it, when we ran our business, we did shows that 1000s of people attended. So, that would not be happening.
But, I totally understand that some people have to put themselves at risk every day, and be put in situations that they are not in control of.
It's a shame that it's that way.
Wow. Makes me think of Moviepass, when it was easy to use, I watched more movies that I normally would have. There are a bunch in this list I'd never give a screening, now that it's on a service I'm already subscribed to, will probably do the same.