Crazycrone (crazycrone) wrote,
Crazycrone
crazycrone

Insane In The Brain...

The increased weirdness every single day isn't letting up. Even the people on 'my side' seem toi be going deranged. Many cities , including London, had large anti-lockdown demos yesterday. Thousands of closely packed, mostly maskless eejits were on the march, and, in some cases, abusing cops; throwing bottles at them, etc, so that you had to almost pity the pigs, who, on this occasion, seemed to be behaving fairly sensibly.  I just cannot understand this blather about C-19 not really existing, which still seems to be deluding a substantial minority of people, and not all semi-literate knuckledragger types. Equally, this weird reluctance to be vaccinated...I just dunno... The thought of mask wearing for years is really a grim one for me, but I can, alas, see it happening
My sister and her husband in upstate NY finally got their first jabs, so that's a relief, anyway.
I often dream of hotels, and in RL, I have a fascination with them. Yesterday I binge watched this Netflx series about a very strange case in LA. This Canadian Chinese student was doing a tour of the West Coast on her break. She was staying in the rather infamous Cecil Hotel, an art deco masterpiece, with a strikingly beautiful lobby. It had gone downhill rapidly in the Depression, and was located in the frightening Skid Row area, though. It had a reputation for weird and scary happenings. Anyway, one night this girl appeared on the CCTV, around and inside the lift, gesturing and acting really strangely , before totally vanishing. Her body was found over two weeks later, in a water tank on the roof, and the whole thing became an internet sensation. I won't spoiler what was eventually decided had happened. It was well creepy and tragic, though.
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