Ok, let me admit that I am part of the problem as well, and I am probably blind to what I do.
But, unsurprisingly, it is easy for me to see that I don’t like in others.
Yes, I am talking about many conservatives, as outlined here.
Just think of how far along we’d be if we masked up, practiced social distancing, and if we accepted that there was a time and place for the government to help out; during this time, more people should be staying home and, well, workers need pay, businesses need that lost capital, people don’t need to be evicted and landlords need to meet expenses too. There is a time and place to pay for the public good.
But this is far from one sided. These massive protests ARE spreading events and I completely get (and share) the resentment many have about the media not treating it that way:
And of course, if these protesters want to block roads they should have the right to do so..and to get the police involved when the protesters are not obeyed:
I’m just completely disgusted with our country on the whole..it isn’t just a “left/right” issue. It is the old “don’t tell me what to do” and “you should do what I say”, taken to extremes.
Introspection is in short supply.
Oh well…let me change what I can change and let me do my job honestly.
weights only. The workout took 85 minutes from the start of warm ups until the last weights were put away.
pull ups: these were hard at first: 4 sets of 5, sloppy set of 10, 4 sets of 5, then 5 chin ups at a later time.
bench press: 10 x 132, 4 x 181 (not bad), 3 x 181, 10 x 159
trap bar squat: 2 sets of 10 x 134, really focusing on keeping the shoulders above the hips..trying to really keep this a squat.
one armed row: 3 sets of 10 x 60
standing shoulder presses: 3 sets of 10 x 44 dumbbells
push ups: 25, 20, 15 (these went ok)