The World has gone Mad in 2020

studytruth

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The strangest thing I saw a few days ago was a roadside stand for cherries out in the countryside. as usual 2 young girls were working, sitting behind a table of cherry baskets. Of course no one was there buying...what they might get 10 customers a day. BUT, there half way on the table was an upright sheet of plexiglass to separate the girls from the 10 customers. It was beyond lunacy...a giant piece of plexiglass there in the middle of no where. That was my sign we are in insanity land.
 






Lisa

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The strangest thing I saw a few days ago was a roadside stand for cherries out in the countryside. as usual 2 young girls were working, sitting behind a table of cherry baskets. Of course no one was there buying...what they might get 10 customers a day. BUT, there half way on the table was an upright sheet of plexiglass to separate the girls from the 10 customers. It was beyond lunacy...a giant piece of plexiglass there in the middle of no where. That was my sign we are in insanity land.
We walked to a neighborhood garage sale and the people having it didn’t seem to be too concerned about the COVID..it was normal, no masks..people smiling and talking to one another.
But you go to the stores that in the thick of it..didn’t have mandatory masks in the beginning of the year no having mandatory masks months later and now most states have mandatory masks and walking around like zombies hoping the virus doesn’t kill them. It’s sick that people can be scared into insanity.
 






Lisa

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Thought they were going to blame Israel..but looks like not.

So who's seen the odd explosion in Beirut
At least 10 dead as massive explosion rocks Beirut destroying buildings and 'leaving people covered in blood and broken glass'
  • WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The country's health minster said the blast has left many people injured
  • It reportedly destroyed the house of former PM Saad Hariri, who has been confirmed safe by his party
  • Dramatic footage shows smoke billowing from the port area shortly before an enormous fireball explodes
  • Sources close to Lebanon's militant group Hezbollah denied theories the blast was an Israeli strike
 






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