Elite Refuge Member
- Jan 7, 2005
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- Front Royal, Va.
Yeah it was nice out on the roads! Lakes filled up pretty quick though, every ramp parking lot was packed!Those were joyous times. Not many on the road, and go whatever speed you felt like going. Only good thing about that whole situation was the roads were clear of most of the idiots that clog it up daily. Strangely, not many left-lane joy-riding idiots during that time. Correlation? You bet!
I was shocked how quickly everyone gave up their freedoms without question. The power of the fear coming from government and media was amazing. People lost their freaking minds. People turned on their families and friends for not falling in line and some of those relationships will never recover. It was mind boggling and depressing to watch all at the same time.
What is maybe even more crazy is that the truth is all coming out and people aren’t even mad about all the BS they were put through. It’s like they are embarrassed they got lied to and they got duped in to believing it all.
They ruined many many lives including lots of kids and there will be no repercussions for those politicians and school leaders for their unnecessary actions.
I will always consider Covid as society’s biggest failure in my lifetime. We ought to never let government and media take away the freedom, livelihood and life from so many again.
Never forget they were letting people die and refusing to allow their loved ones to be by their side. People lost parents, siblings, children and friends without being able to hold their hand and say good bye. They were encouraging and essentially forcing parents to jab their young kids with a shot that was more risky than the benefits it provided. They changed the definition of a Vaccine. The list goes on and on. Never forget all the BS of Covid. History repeats itself and I have no doubts they will try this act again.
Friends and family members in the big cities often commented on how light the traffic was on the 405, or 205 during those times.Those were joyous times. Not many on the road, and go whatever speed you felt like going. Only good thing about that whole situation was the roads were clear of most of the idiots that clog it up daily. Strangely, not many left-lane joy-riding idiots during that time. Correlation? You bet!