Positive Cases Continue To— Woah, I Just Had Crazy Déjà Vu
I was going to write an article about why coronavirus cases on campus are increasing at an alarming rate, but I was hit with a crazy sense of Déjà Vu in the middle of writing the headline.
Maybe it was the way I sat down at my desk? You know how sometimes you do the smallest thing and you feel like you’ve been there before?
Was it the chicken curry bowl I had for lunch? Maybe it reminded me of when I ate the same meal this same time last week. And the week before. And the week before.
Could it have been the action of opening my laptop? For the better part of a year, my brain has completed the same futile tasks on this computer every day, so it’s possible that it thought it was going through those again.
But I wasn’t logging on my laptop to recycle my vain routine, was I? I thought I was going to write a lighthearted article poking fun at my school’s COVID response. Let’s get back to it.
At press time, Douglas Comeau was caught using COVID-19 test Q-tips in his ears, citing problems with “chronic waxy ears.”