• We should not blame immature high school seniors for the decision to hold graduation ceremonies in the middle of a world pandemic. The blame should be placed at the feet of parents and school administrators who refuse to say no to these precious little snowflakes. It used to be that parents and school administrators used their authority wisely. Nowadays, they are afraid of even having any authority.

• Wearing a mask does not protect you against COVID-19. It protects others in case you have it, but are asymptomatic. Wearing or not wearing a mask shows how much you care about your fellow humans. Recently while getting curbside pickup at Kroger it appears two-thirds of Kroger shoppers don’t care about anyone but themselves. The president and vice president also show they don’t care about others.

• I stopped eating meat when I was 25. I am now a mentally and physically active and healthy 75-year-old. I can attest that killing animals for food is totally unnecessary. If you experience a meat shortage at the grocery store, now’s a good time to try all the tasty meat substitutes like Impossible burgers and Morningstar Farms. You and the animals will be better off for it.

• Masks. Love them. Especially for my mother-in-law, because it’s been known that her face can cause damage to children and small animals. Hideous.

• Television is suffering from injury attorney pollution.

• It is unbelievable that there are people that believe Agent Orange is doing a good job as president. Where have they been hiding?

• Of course Sen. Loeffler always thinks of Georgians first. I saw her flying around in her private jet the other day dropping $100 bills out of the plane windows. Probably part of her profits from the stock sale.