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Beer Virus

The coronavirus is irking me. I saw the initial excavation of a hospital for five thousand beds and it reminded me of North Koreans marching to the Bee Gees. The trucks and diggers looked like ants swarming a toilet bowl. I have relatives in China, doing covert missionary stuff, very dangerous, and they weren’t allowed to leave the country. I hear it has spread as far as Afghanistan. My step father thinks he has it, and I told him he would be dead already, but he told me it doesn’t kill you, just gives you pneumonia. Why all the fuss, it’s like the koalas are being wiped out again.

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  • The image of North Koreans marching to the Bee Gees, oh my, was it Night Fever or Staying Alive? lmao.  I can see them all now in their bright white 70s suits throwing dance moves ala John Travolta.  Priceless.

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    • I’m nervous of the North Koreans anyhow, but you can search it on the internet, it’s Staying Alive.

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      • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbC6dLG_dQY&feature=share here it is. Any AMV by Elfen Lied is also worth a laugh.

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        • I thought they would have chosen Gangnam Style, isn't the singer of that a North Korean?  Oh no now I got images of them all doing that dance.  

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        • My elderly American mother-in-law referred to it as the 'Coorsvirus' to which my sister-in-law corrected, "no, Mom, just remember it is a foreign thing. Coors is American, Corona is not." 😂 

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          • Yeah Corona is Mexican. Coors, like in Smokey and the Bandit? Wicked! That movie reminds me of my Dad’s temper. I drink Hollandia, what about you?

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