We live in a society choosing between productive and non-productive uses of resources. Technology has allowed efficiencies where physical movement has been stifled by political pandering. In 2020, the pandemic has allowed politicians to protect their careers by first coming to the rescue with unchecked bailouts and then matched with unchecked local public health policies. One only needs to look at the independently owned restaurant to understand how bad these choices have been.
Jokes aside: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm continues to remind audiences of the ease people have in looking the other way.
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