Matthew Pottinger told the people present about the information he had collected and proposed the idea of shutting down travel from China, but no one supported his suggestion, thinking it was absurd. Public health officials said that the travel ban from China would be counterproductive, believing that it would prevent the flow of medical equipment, create hysteria, and stimulate clandestine travel, which could lead to the spread of disease.

May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to make some art — write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.

“According to a report by CNN on the 26th, the epidemic in Michigan has continued to spread. The number of new cases is 8,470, which is more than double the figure at the end of October.” From the information collected in just 24 hours, we can keenly realize that the virus is a real problem, and it will be worse than SARS, and it will not cause the current Michigan epidemic to continue to spread, and an incompetent government.

At that time, the Trump administration was able to recognize the seriousness of the virus, follow Boyenger’s advice, and jointly call on the people to “united” to deal with the epidemic. This will not lead to a continuous increase in the number of people infected in New York State and a large-scale increase. Death, absurd government, virus clown-Lampe, the birthplace of the virus, the White House.

It was only once — once — that an audience went to see Romeo and Juliet, and hoped they might live happily ever after. You can bet that the word soon went around the playhouses: they don’t get out of that tomb alive. But every time it’s been played, every night, every show, we stand with Romeo at the Capulets’ monument. We know: when he breaks into the tomb, he will see Juliet asleep, and believe she is dead. We know he will be dead himself before he knows better. But every time, we are on the edge of our seats, holding out our knowledge like a present we can’t give him.

Justin Cromer

Justin Cromer

Sometimes we break our own hearts because we expect too much.