Gold Star Member
- Apr 27, 2005
- Reaction score
Heeat and humidity do have an effect....issue is we will get more and more laxed and come fall when we think we are past this, it will explode and it will be Trumps gift to Biden with over 3 million infected Americans.So I live in Dublin, OH. For those that don’t know, it’s a suburb about 15 min from downtown Columbus. In terms of affluent and educated people, Dublin might be the top area in Columbus, trailing Upper Arlington if anyone. For reference, this is where the Memorial Tournament is played.
There’s a hiking trail near downtown Dublin that I like to go to. Even during non-COVID times, I always go at odd times when there’s fewer people, and I go on a part of the trail that’s harder to get to and have seen a total of two people on in about 20 trips. Many times I’ll go on the main trail because there’s no one even on it.
Anyway, I go up there a little after 8PM (it remains light there until about 9). As I’m driving through downtown Dublin, the streets and restaurants are just as crowded as a normal nice Friday spring/summer evening not during a pandemic.
To be honest, I don’t think anyone was even on the trail at that moment, but I literally couldn’t find anywhere to park. It was nuts. As I turn around and head home I’m sitting at the stop light looking around. There were likely 50 people in the area and I believe I saw one person with a mask.
This shit’s about to get bad unless heat actually has some positive effect. People just seemed to be