After noting Sen. Schumer’s latest failure to kill the filibuster, Jim and Greg serve up three crazy martinis! First, they hammer the Chicago Teachers Union for refusing to teach in-person over the Omicron case numbers. They also unload on the Virginia Department of Transportation for continuing an ugly governmental trend of admitting a major problem but insisting that nothing could have been done better in response to the traffic nightmare on I-95. And their heads are spinning as the CDC releases absurdly burdensome recommendations for fighting COVID and that private employers are following the mandates and firing people while nothing happens to unvaccinated federal employees.

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  1. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    About those Covid guidelines, the CDC should check their privilege when they say to designate a Covid-19 bathroom. Many families have only one bathroom. And no way were my wife and I going to sleep apart for this. So we both got the ‘rona and somehow survived. 

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  2. kedavis Coolidge
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    Eustace C. Scrubb (View Comment):

    About those Covid guidelines, the CDC should check their privilege when they say to designate a Covid-19 bathroom. Many families have only one bathroom. And no way were my wife and I going to sleep apart for this. So we both got the ‘rona and somehow survived.

    Having separate bathrooms and sleeping apart would have only delayed the inevitable anyway.

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