Tag Archives: Covid 19


Folk Medicine in a time of crisis

The following is a transcribed interview between me and interviewee, MH. Me: How are you protecting yourself against the coronavirus? MH: OMG, well I’ve been crushing up garlic and taking it like a shot in the morning with some hot black tea with honey in it to chase it. And all our stores are getting… Continue Reading »

COVID-19 Car Parades

Background: AR is my college roommate and friend. She spent the first fifteen years of her life in Minneapolis, Minnesota before moving to Thousand Oaks, California for high school. She is currently in her twenties and attends school at the University of Southern California. Context: AR and I conducted this interview over Zoom, since this… Continue Reading »

Car “Breeds” are Just as Important as Animal Breeds

Main story:  With the current 2020 outbreak of COVID-19, veterinary technicians (hereby referred to as vet techs) are still slated to go to work as animal care is finally looked at as essential by most all of the U.S. However, nobody outside of the people who work in the clinics are allowed into the clinic…. Continue Reading »

Quarantini: the social-distanced Martini

The following is a transcribed interview conducted over a video chat between me and interviewee, hereby further referred to as NC. NC: Let’s have this conversation over some quarantinis.  Me: Quarantinis? What are those? NC: It’s just a saying for video chatting with your friends with drinks. Basically any drink that you make while you’re… Continue Reading »