That’s interesting. Janis is not altogether the ideal spouse, but I like the dialogue. As it always is, to each his own.
I’m not sure about living that long, either.
The more that I read most other comics, the less that I want to read them, and the more that I like Arlo & Janis.
Don’t read it. It’s that simple.
Also interesting.I have never had mumps, but I have Type Two diabetes that is in remission without medication due to diet and exercise. My physician told me a few months ago that I am in excellent health and not just for a man my age.I recently read that all humans have at least some Neanderthal genes. Given my physical appearance and structure, I think that I am on the low end of those genes.I am one who thinks that the virus will be with us forever. I even harbor a thought that, given its mutative abilities, it could be an extinction-level event over time.Except for this killer plague (quite possibly manmade), scientists had been making considerable progress toward age reversal. Myself, I am not sure that I want to live indefinitely.
My memory is actually improving with age, as it does for most seniors.
The problem, of course, is that I am recalling more and more from childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood.
Last week, not so much.
Interesting. I never had that vaccination and came through the plague fairly easily. As I mentioned, we were blessed.
Good to hear from you again. It’s been a while. Mask: can’t hurt, and it makes others feel better.
Not sure about the masks, but I agree with everything else.
We did everything we should, short of barricading ourselves in our house, and we still contracted it. No idea how.
My best guess is that it is airborne and that we walked through an area where somebody with the virus had exhaled.