As coronavirus numbers continue to drop in the U.S., the masks are dropping with it. Naturally that will bring with it problems on its own, at least according to a Washington Post lifestyle reporter:
Masks are off — which means men will start telling women to “Smile!” again https://t.co/xIBwl6tY7a
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 22, 2021
We’re at the cusp of a full return to “normalcy,” at least in the “facepalm-worthy WaPo articles” kind of way.
Covid is over, which means that once again, journalists are scrambling for new outrage content https://t.co/evIJKXJGjU
— President Durinn McFurren (@DurinnM) May 22, 2021
Why? Why do people actively look for reasons to be angry and oppressed? https://t.co/xbigOFyQkV
— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) May 22, 2021
I have limited resources to spend on newspapers online.
And every time @washingtonpost produces such enlightening content, I think “I must renew my subscription to such a hard hitting journal that explores the real issues of the day”.
Only joking! https://t.co/Q4UCV03vmt
— Miss Jo (@therealmissjo) May 22, 2021
Is there a media outlet that churns out hotter takes on a more consistent basis than WaPo?
When you're desperate for content because you don't want to cover real issues… https://t.co/mIYzSWo0yp
— AG (@AGHamilton29) May 22, 2021
The anticipation porn of micro-aggressions https://t.co/bVARVixAAS
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) May 22, 2021
— A (@absmith92835) May 22, 2021
They never let us down!
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