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I wrote an article on this topic a few weeks back. I don’t think any of it has been touched on here.
People are so used to the idea of being on the edge of a pandemic, they don’t even stop and consider that they’re being used.
I think this is a very good question. But I cant seem to find any evidence to back it up. But I can, when I look at it, think I see people who are already on the edge of a pandemic, but have never considered that they are on the edge of something else. There are a lot of people who seem to be on the edge of something, but not sure what.
I think these people are on the edge of something much more than a pandemic. A pandemic can be scary, but it can also be exciting. It can be frightening that you might become infected, or it can be exciting that the disease isn’t a deadly one. A pandemic can be scary for your family because you will have to quarantine yourself from people you love and your spouse.
There are a lot of people who seem to be on the edge of something with lots of reasons. I like to call them “stride” people. They are the people who just seem to be doing nothing and have their life spinning out of control. I call them “crisis people” because they seem to be on the verge of something and seem to have no idea what it is.
You can’t do something you don’t have a reason to do, so many people are on the verge of something because they dont know what it is they need to do. They do however have a plan, and it’s often an impulsive one. If you want an example of this, just look at the state of our own economy today. The idea of a recession does not seem to be that big of a deal to many people.
The same goes for the idea of pandemic. There are very few people who actually believe that we’re going to be a lot worse off than we are today. Most people don’t think we’re going to fall off of a cliff, but people are very aware that there are problems, and that they may not have any way to fix them.
Well, that doesn’t mean that they don’t have a plan, but they are in a very particular state of mind that makes it much more difficult to form a plan than to change their mind.
Well, the pandemic is not a sudden and random event. It is the result of a series of unfortunate decisions that happen to the population at the same time. In some cases the actions are the result of a long-term deliberate decision by humans who make a decision they feel is in their best interest. In other cases, the decisions are the result of a random event. In the latter case, the people who made the decisions have a very specific set of intentions.
In the case of pandemic, the idea that humans have a plan is usually wrong. Most of us are very busy making plans in our heads and only in rare cases (like a game of Go or chess) are we able to make a completely random decision. Even in those cases, we generally don’t have the time to make a completely random decision. So it would be nice if we had a plan for ourselves.