It’s my impression, based on cursory evidence, that the virus, perhaps because it has freed up some time, is prompting people to reconnect with relatives and distant friends. Here’s a picture from Jerry and Sandy Nolan, who moved from Exeter, NH to Wilmington, NC in about 1978. Dr. Jerry Nolan helped deliver our two sons. It’s quite likely I would not have sprung for the third baby, if the second delivery had been as scary as the first. So, I looked him up on Google on Bastille Day and discovered to our delight that at 94 he’s still doing well in an assisted care community, still in Wilmington.
James Herndon, a candidate for sheriff in Cobb County provides an analysis. I worry that the danger posed by such persons to the community is not fully appreciated. Monstrous hunters equipped with killing machines.
You see, I am from South Georgia myself. I recognized something in the video many people likely will not. When you see a truck parked in the middle of the road with an armed man standing on top of his tool box or in the bed of the truck armed with a gun, it indicates to me, that he is hunting an animal that is running. It is a common technique used to hunt running game in the Georgia flatwoods. It is actually unlawful to even hunt animals in this manner.
Mary Clifton Horrigan is a resident in a home for the elderly whose managers had the clever notion to photograph the residents and send pictures to loved ones who can no longer visit.