John McClure gazed momentarily at the great blue before them. They were flying home from vacationing in Hawaii. They were trying to get home for something. McClure was a calm and composed man. He had been a navy pilot, but was retired now. Now he was a history professor. In having obtained his Cessna, one of his hobbies was flying and visiting places around the world. He was now with his niece who was on her summer break from school in southern California. She was a sweet, colorfully creative, and incredibly intelligent young woman. She had thoroughly enjoyed the change of scenery from her campus in the city. The vivid colors and contrasts of the ocean water, the green of the Hawaiian islands, and the black of the volcanoes had relaxed her mind.
"Vital Vidol kisses! Get inoculated. Just 6000 yen for a spit swap. Get a head start on the pandemic season!" The manager's voice was a screech on any normal given day; put a megaphone in her hand and caused brain cells to liquefy.
The sky was filled with stars. How vast and grandiose it must have been. To be the First Lady to gaze upon the night sky. And...get this...when I wrote First Lady. It autocorrected, to the initials being in capitals. You try it.
As CBS All Access becomes the home for all things Star Trek, some Trek fans are eagerly anticipating the new show “Section 31.” To those non-Trek fans out there, Section 31 is the covert intelligence unit that works behind the scenes in the Star Trek world. The organization is willing to do whatever’s necessary, get its hands dirty and do the things the squeaky-clean Federation is not willing to do or can’t do. According to Memory Alpha, the organization is named after Starfleet Charter S, Article 14, Section 31, which allows Starfleet operatives to take “extraordinary measures” to protect security.
Social distancing is not only helping us stop the spread of corona but also the spread of CO2. Factories and traffic have been shut down in China and people all over the world are social distancing. Air traffic is at an all-time low and there have never been such empty streets before.