Americans love to think they are exceptional.
Sometimes travel can show you how easy things can be.
Most people don’t want to make changes to their lifestyle, so are relying on science to fix global warming. Yet they don’t trust science on other issues.
People worry that the Covid vaccines have not been properly tested or approved by the FDA, then proceed to fill their bodies with supplements which have never been tested or approved by the FDA.
Given the danger from Covid and especially the Delta variant, one wonders about the decisions of some of the Republican governors.
Since the CDC came out with their rather naive ‘you don’t need to wear a mask if you have been vaccinated’ guideline, a good rule of thumb is to….. well read the comic.
When the next pandemic arrives, will people rush to be vaccinated or will they wait?
How do we decide who to vaccinate first?
The cats are being deliberately provocative, as cats often are. They know there are many other aspects to the decision of who to vaccinate first: moral, statistical, economic, distribution issues, hospital capability, and more.
Our masters must love how little we ask of them. The cats previously touched on this topic when they discussed how lacking ambition many people are.
The cats offer you a comprehensive retrospective on the year we have just lived through.