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COVID-Mart’s Back to School Supplies   Recently updated !

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The school year’s already begun for some unfortunate kids, and college students are returning from their various hometown COVID hotspots back to campus. It’s a disaster in the making, and watching it unfold is one lesson none of us should have to experience.

Since Boston is approximately 75% college campus, I guess I won’t be leaving my home till sometime in 2021, at the earliest.

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White House Memorial Daze

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A massive pandemic isn’t going to stop the administration’s grifts, and Mike Pompeo is taking full advantage while every normal person is focused on not dying.

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Take Me (Remotely) Out to the Ball Game

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It’s only just beginning to feel like baseball weather here in Boston, and MLB owners are clamoring to start the season and send their players out into a pandemic to make them money. I’d almost understand if those billionaires had to pay Boston rents.

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Trump Slaughters the Food Supply

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I got rid of my car four years ago, and used Zipcar for groceries and supply runs. I’m not sitting in someone else’s germs, so we rely on delivery now. Thankfully there’s a local store that’s sources stuff locally, so its supply chains aren’t as strained as the monopolies.

We currently have enough meat and fish, but I would kill for a grocery chain rotisserie chicken and the chicken salad I’d make out of the leftovers.

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