The apartment is so dry, people are that disgusting, and ventilation is that poor I am glad I have my humidifier. I literally had a lady turn and sneeze at me, in my face as I was walking up to the line at a local Walgreens I mean, straight in my face. Like there is no recognition of how diseases are spread or that this is flu season, just nasty, and this was just after I watched this special on PBS called influenza 1918.
So now I am all freaked out because I have a tickle in my throat just a day later after this “woman” sneezed on me. Oak Park, IL and other burbs could do a better job posting signs about how to avoid the flu than trying to put up confusing parking signs or plastic bag tax signs or shit like that. Obviously grown adults have no clue about how to operate in public when the flu is going around or just have some type of health etiquette in general.
I hate to be judgmental but one look at the woman who sneezed on me keeping clean is obviously not on her list of priorities. I try to keep at least 12 feet away from people like this but I was coming really fast out of an aisle and around a corner very quickly so it is partially my fault.
But if We can be honest if we have all these stupid signs about other dumb shit how about some temporary ones regarding public health and particularly this flu season, just seems to make sense.