Sunday, May 31, 2020
During the lockdown, I've taken long walks, usually along Sheepshead Bay Road to the Bay itself. And then back again.
Recently, during those walks, I had perceived that there seemed to be many hookers infiltrating the area.
It took me two days to figure out that those seeming ladies of the evening were actually just local women flaunting their physiques and looks. They were not actually hookers. Instead, they were dressed hooker style.
I asked about this "hooker style" mode of dress (very revealing/flashy) to some of my contacts with whom I connect via text messages. A couple of women responded.
One said, "Sounds like the Kardashian-Jenner look..complete w extremely long nails/nail art."
Another commented, "Yes Sheepshead Bay Very Gucci Prada Mercedes and Bentley’s. Been trendy for a long time."
I guess I was out of the loop.
Not complaining. Those women pretty up the area. Few, if any, wear masks.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
For some reason, when I go out for a walk during the plandemic lockdown, and put on my headphones to listen to music on my iPhone, I begin my walk while listening to "Across the Universe" by the Beatles.
A repeating refrain in that song's lyrics is "Nothing's gonna change my world." Not sure why, but I like listening to those lyrics while the world is changing so dramatically via the plandemic and lockdown. A fascination with irony is one suspected proclivity.
Recording at the link below. Lyrics follow thereafter.