Traveling man

I’m on vacation. Moving through Dullas airport in Virginia. Observations follow.

On what is supposed to be the busiest air travel day in the year… this place is a ghost town. Seriously. I feel like I’m in a Stephen King movie. One of the crappy movies. Not IT or the Stand.

Funny. A voluntary masked retard is sitting in the restaurant eating. She took her mask off. I’m confused. Does she think the air in the restaurant is safer than the hallway 5 feet away? I understand people caring about their health and wanting permanent mask status. But this one can’t seem to make up her mind about where in the mask spectrum she wants to be.

Edit: moving through Denver now. More of a crowd, but still nothing more than normal traffic. Where are all the people?


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2 Responses to Traveling man

  1. theantignostic says:

    Where are all the people?

    At home, saving disposable income fom inflation.
    Older. Old people travel less.
    Single. Fewer family commitments requiring holiday travel.
    Diverse. They are already located near their family/patronage networks in major US cities. And Thanksgiving isn’t their holiday in any event.

    Happy Turkey day, friend!


  2. Heresolong says:

    I drove 300 miles yesterday, left at 0600 hoping to miss “most” of the traffic. Interstate speed limit the whole way. Definitely less travel based on my one anecdotal data point.


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