The pandemic is more than just public health regulations imposed without much room for productive debate . . . COVID-19 has fundamentally changed American culture.
The myth of national cohesion has been exposed as a lie at best given that the nation is, clearly, fundamentally fractured across partisan lines. Even worse . . . Look closely and notice that Americans simply don't like each other that much. One party might triumph in an election that will leave the other side seething in anger and grumbling for years . . . Sure, sour grapes is nothing new but MILLION UPON MILLIONS of Americans are destined to be extremely heartbroken when their side loses the election that'll likely be decided in court and not by voters at all.
Election 2020 isn't about policy or ideas . . . It's about revenge.
Moreover, the return of American scarcity has also turned people in this nation against each other as the "stimulus" has put nearly EVERYONE on some form of welfare despite dated double talk about bootstraps.
Reconciliation among American voters isn't just unlikely, it's a virtual impossibility in this political climate . . . Moreover, a nation that pretty much hates itself is unlikely to return to eating together any time soon . . . Do we dare to imagine that Prez Trump supporters and BLM activists would ever sit at the same table to do anything but stab each other in the throat???
Brief aside . . . The most interesting people stopped voting years ago and they're the true silent majority if we look at voting data that isn't clandestinely trying to spin people who are happily disengaged. But I digress . . .
Hanging out with strangers is OVERRATED anyhoo and the new hotness involves taking people/workers totally out of the equation when it comes to sustenance.
Very much like those KICK-ASS Terminator movies . . . Robots are the future.
Check our favorite recent example with a local mention and early adoption:The Genius Of ATMs Serving Pizza And Rice During Covid-19
And here's where are conservative pals cheer the suffering of the working-class.
But wait, there's more . . .
Realize that automation won't stop at replacing burger-flippers. Automation has its eye on high end jobs as well . . .
And so, given the high level of antipathy Americans have for everyone outside of their bubble . . . Don't expect any mercy as the machines replace more and more jobs throughout the workforce.
Again, the only benefit to all of this is that our future robot overlords no longer require humanity to feign social niceties as they serve and command a great percentage of the population every day.
Developing . . .