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Did You See That We Had To
cancel the show due to coronavirus in Perth, a confirmed case in the venue Doing it felt intense but I kind of spoke to my wife that’s what she wanted me to do it’s an intense business isn’t it this coronavirus the more I’m learning about it. I think I was being a bit glib about it Initially because it’s not miss Gyro there’s podcast. In fact I wanted to quote this dude Michael Osterholm, Michael Osterholm, who’s on Joe Rogan’s podcast. He says you know like it’s or the amount of people infected in infected areas doubles every four days that’s about often they speculate how long it shows for symptoms to be revealed. You know and the lot of people think it’s just gonna roll out globally with regard to the panic I suppose Panic is never helpful in a way.
Its A Reminder That Were All Interconnected Isnt
it that we’re contacting each other. We’re touching one another it’s and it’s also a very ancient thing. You know like the handshake and touch these signals we send each other that we’re okay disease from an outsider. The risk of us being infected by someone we don’t know this is the origins I speculate an anthropologists do more importantly to the beginnings of suspicion of strangers prejudice of the other. All comes you know as an evolutionary behaviour to prevent us from getting disease.
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Your Kin Are Okay Outside Of
your kin. It’s risky you know like I fought I thought oh well you know this isn’t something that’s gonna affect young people which is I’m sort of selfish. There are no loads of people that are older my people I love most in the world. You know qualify for that. qualify for people with underlying conditions that would mean there would be at risk like you know all the relatives and stuff and yeah I feel like he’s curious being a peasant traveler at the moment traveling the world touring doing live shows touching people.
Im Very Kind Of Like You Know
people cuddle me we’re touching one another that’s not about on the other thing because yeah I think it’s I think it’s a time of like circumspection. I suppose like panic is never pity. You know never particularly helpful in any situation what I’m gonna be doing personally is being mindful and connected and considering the way that I interact with people. Perhaps something like this can remind us that whilst we live in imaginary because one of the biggest consequences are all of like you know like the stock market crash is what is doing to the economy and the revelation that loads of resources are kept in other countries that do Michael Osterholm is brilliant you definitely watch that podcast said like you know like that loads of renew medicine. Your kidney medicine is comes from China Loads of vital meds come from China and supply chains.
We are interconnected, but primarily dominated by economic systems and something happens from nature and oh you know of course, there are some people speculate that it might not be entirely natural. I don’t know where on the spectrum those scale of cook enos those arguments come from but regardless we are vulnerable, We are impermanent we can be exposed to. new transformation or events look how quickly things are reordered? Do it? What about when there is a shortage when there are panic buys so you’re a mind Eldon a minute. I’ve been taking my life and my identity seriously.
My Priorities Have Been All Wrong What Matters
to me is my family the people I care about the people I love if we can take anything positive from this and you know I’m pretty bloody far from an expert on what to do about the practical rational sociological sides of a and an epidemic, but what if we can take any positive. I think it’s a reminder that so many things we believe are permanent are in fact constructs whether that’s the nation state capitalism financial transactions. They may be reflections of tribalism or bartering and cooperation and social instincts, but they are constructs so many of them. Don’t. work for people I wonder what we will learn from coronavirus about who is most susceptible who is most exposed interesting intriguing me.
I Suppose Initially People That Travel A Lot
privileged people and obviously include myself in that privileged people that are traveling a lot likely to be early carriers, but as always the people that suffer most are the people with the least access to resources and in countries with privatized health care. It’s going to be heavy as blumin my personal take on it is it’s a reminder that reality lie is below the surface. The deepest realities cannot be seen. You know.
Microbiology Can At Any Point Alter The Game
in that or about what’s happening even beneath that held in field of invisible energy. So I suppose you know wash your hands be sensible but significantly remember how often we live in concepts. concepts and constructs that are not real and are not beneficial.
Did you see that we had to cancel the show due to coronavirus in Perth, a confirmed case in the venue . The amount of people infected in infected areas doubles every four days that’s about often they speculate how long it shows for symptoms to be revealed . The risk of us being infected by someone we don’t know this is the origins I speculate an anthropologists do more importantly to the beginnings of suspicion of strangers prejudice of the other . Panic is never helpful in a way. It’s a reminder that we’re all interconnected isn’t it that . We’re touching one another it’s and it’s also a very ancient thing. We’re sending each other that we are okay disease from an outsider.& It’s risky you know like I fought I thought oh well you know this isn’t something that’s gonna affect young people which is I’m sort of selfish. There are no loads of people that are older my people I love most in the world. I love my people…. Click here to read more and watch the full video