Why it makes sense to listen to online radio during a pandemic. You look at the clock and realize you have about an hour before the virus takes over completely, so you decide to head back home. You walk down the street for a while, but then you start hearing voices again. They sound like they are coming from inside your house. You try calling out to see if anyone is there, but no one answers. So, you decide to just head inside and get it over with. You open the door and there in the entry way is your wife. She is standing near the stairs that lead up to the second floor. As soon as she sees you, she bolts past you and out the front door. The look in her eyes is a mixture of fear and anger. “Kelso! Get away from me!” You can’t recall the last time you saw your wife look at you in such a way. It makes you feel both guilty and afraid. “Please, it’s me! You know it’s me.” She keeps walking. “I don’t know who else would be here.” She stops and turns around. “I’m scared Kelso. If you really are the plague, then how do I know if you aren’t the other one? The real one.” You don’t have an answer to give her. “If I come with you, will you prove to me that you are not the plague? Will you promise me that?” Her eyes are wide and swimming with tears. You nod and she puts her hand in yours.
“Alright, let’s go. ” You start to walk up the street, but you both quickly realize that you are not going to make it very far. “We’ll take public transportation from now on.”