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Research & Thoughts

A Thing Called Hope

Seems the longer I'm home and secluded, the less I have to write about here. Isn't it true, though, that the best thoughts are of connecting to others?


I am working on a movie script and plan to invest money to get it out there. It's a satire that I'd love for Seth Rogan and James Franco to do, but I don't know how to get it to them, so I'm going to use Inktips, instead of IMDBPro, which hasn't been fruitful. At least I make some contacts at Inktips. Ask me about it if you want to know more.


This morning Joe told me (he watches early news) that California's doctors or someone there has come up with a test to find out who has the antibodies to develop the vaccine. In other words, who has already been exposed and has imunities. This is an important step to getting people back to work, of course. If this isn't done, the second wave could be even more deadly, putting us all out there before it's done. A slowdown in the virus could only be because we're confined, and is just waiting for us to come back out again.


I tried to look for the news report online about California. This link is dated April 7, so is not the latest. https://www.nytimes.com/article/california-coronavirus.html 


Let's keep an eye on this. Nothing good can come until testing can be nationwide.


April 7 is also the date of the voting fiasco in Wisconsin. I'll report on Wisconsin deaths two weeks from then; we're not that bad right now.

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