Oh, two shows I started watching last year both released trailers for their upcoming third seasons.
First, What We Do in the Shadows. This got me through the fall of covid. A mockumentary about vampires living in Staten Island. One of the funniest shows I have seen in a long time:
And Succession. I just got a subscription to HBO Max a few months ago and I binged watched the first two seasons of Succession in about a week. It took a few episodes to really grow on me since I really didn’t feel like watching a wealthy family after being subjected to four years of the Trumps. But, it’s just a compelling watch:
A woman accused of not wearing a mask and spitting on passengers complains to the arresting officers that they are not respecting her rights.
The amount of entitlement that covid has given these people to demonstrate is just amazing to me. Yeah, masks are a nuisance, but they really are just so easy to put on. Imagine being the kind of person who would rather be arrested and cause a huge scene than to protect your fellow passengers by wearing a piece of fabric over your face for a few hours.
A Florida woman was kicked off a Delta flight for allegedly refusing to wear a mask and spitting on other passengers. She told police they weren’t respecting her human rights. pic.twitter.com/9DDZoBa7up
MIAMISBURG, Ohio (WDTN) — UPDATE: Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County is now reporting at least 70 cases of COVID-19 associated with a retreat at Camp Chautauqua. Thirteen of the reported cases are local to the Miami Valley.
Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County is investigating a COVID-19 outbreak out of Camp Chautauqua in Miamisburg with at least 30 confirmed cases. The Ohio Department of Health has issued a statewide alert after the exposure was discovered and alerted surrounding states.
Public health officials said that the incident occurred during a Baptist Church retreat from June 27 to July 3 that included people from Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana. The 30+ confirmed cases were from Ohio and Kentucky, but over 800 people attended the event. Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County’s PIO Dan Suffoletto says eight of those 30 cases are confirmed here in Montgomery County. All eight cases are people who are not vaccinated.
“When there is a large number of people and many are not vaccinated and no one is wearing masks, that is a ripe situation for a potential spread of COVID-19,” said Suffoletto.