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  • The Washington Post has a piece filled with dread about Georgia reopening—or more specifically, about well-off Georgians rushing back to reopened stores and not caring about vulnerable people. “When you start seeing where the cases are coming from and the demographics — I’m not worried,” one person said.
  • NY Times writers have come up with 14 ways that they have found joy during the pandemic.
  • Nurses tell the NY Post they found horrifying conditions at a city-run adult-care center on Roosevelt Island, "from patients with horrific bed sores to feces-smeared walls."
  • Watch the very, very good trailer for Spike Lee's upcoming Netflix film, Da 5 Bloods, about four African-American Vets who return to Vietnam.
  • Would you use a "bumper table" if a restaurant required it to keep people six feet apart?
  • A Florida man who initially believed the coronavirus was a “fake crisis” that was “blown out of proportion” has now hospitalized along with his wife, and is trying to warn people about the seriousness of the virus.
  • Hardcore Garrison Keillor fans spent thousands of dollars to sign up for a cruise with the former public radio host; the cruise has now been cancelled, and it isn't clear if people will get their money back.
  • Ali Yasin, the longtime pharmacist and proprietor at New York City Pharmacy on First Avenue, has died from complications of COVID-19.
  • Is the College Board running a sting on Reddit to catch AP test cheaters? A lot of kids think so.
  • The Times' Ben Smith casts aspersions on Ronan Farrow's journalistic standards while bemoaning "resistance journalism" in a piece that some say Smith sanded "the inconvenient edges off of facts in order to suit the narrative he wants to deliver."
  • Marc Maron paid tribute to his former partner who died this weekend, filmmaker Lynn Shelton, in a very emotional new episode of WTF.
  • Damon Albarn premiered material from The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows, his new solo project inspired by the landscapes of Iceland.
  • And finally, this was the best short film I watched this weekend (I recommend putting the sound on):