Are you ready for another episode of Apocalypse…Now? Of course you are, because you don’t have anything else going on. No one does. We’ve been social distancing for weeks now, and I can’t believe this anti-social goth kid is craving the sun and social interaction. These are scary times, and I hope this podcast helps get you through it.
Are you social distancing, or are you still going out to meet your friends in the park? Social distancing only works when you are distancing yourself from other people at all times. Since I know there are people not taking this social distancing order seriously, I wanted to bring my good friend N Dot onto the show. They are a high-risk individual because they have been living with Cystic Fibrosis their whole life. I wanted to talk to someone that is legitimately terrified about what is going on, and I wanted you to understand why it is important to protect people like them.
N Dot is also a really talented musician, and they’re using this time to channel their fears into making music. Which is admirable, considering all I do is binge coronavirus news all day.
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