quiet NYC

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Though I considered staying home today I’m in NYC planning to go online soon with Grubhub. I took two trains into the city instead of my barrio bus. The trains are nearly empty, and buses can fill even with light traffic. People who are moving are moving slowly and giving one another space. I feel as if I got started early making compliance with my new rules of zero face touching and zero door handle touching easier. As I find my compliance routine I get calmer, and as long as deliveries are allowed I plan to deliver if not blocked for other reason. Pret a Manger closed all its US stores, so my chicken avocado wrap must have an alternative. I’m at Penn Station now and trains are being called. Wuhan is a huge city with population far more than NYC, and now wildly infamous. Until December I did not know of Wuhan . The speed, reach, and super-mass changes caused by the Virus is still hard for me to imagine. I posted a clean contaminated-bedsheet vid on my youtube channel last night, and I’m getting some attention. Can I reach the people in my ¿Building? is the additional question in front of me. The thought of people handing an ill person’s laundry without special care is bad. The thought of those people handing and ill person’s laundry without special care in my building is double bad. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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