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Long Lead Time

Day 168. 8:10 pm EST, Tuesday, September 15, 2020. I’m experiencing a long lead time (wait time!) today with my pickup of groceries at Walmart. Been waiting for more than 30 minutes now since I’ve checked in (they texted me that my grocery is now ready for pick up ... that was 45 minutes ago!). As you can see on the picture ... the car park — that Walmart has designated for groceries pickup — is full ! Every one is waiting for their groceries ... to be delivered into the boot of their car ! Including me! Not sure…
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Day 78. Watching ‘Da 5 Bloods’... Timely movie. My son said: ‘It felt like watching real people; great cinematography; has a sense of place’. I agree. Netflix digitally released Da 5 Bloods worldwide on June 12, 2020.[2]Rotten Tomatoes said critics found the film to have "fierce energy and ambition" and to be one of Spike Lee's "most urgent and impactful films" Must watch!
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Another Face Of Racism

Day 75. Another film we’ve just watched: I’m Not Your Negro. The film explores the history of racism in the United States through James Baldwin's reminiscences of civil rights leaders Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King Jr., as well as his personal observations of American history. A must watch!
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Day 65. Today... riots in cities of the USA: New York, Minneapolis, California... even my city, Charlotte, NC! Wonder why such deep cut of a wound reopened? Check out Netflix’ ‘LA 92’ ... now available... a bit of history lesson could help shed some light. My family and I just finished watching it. Saw a greater context; a very unsettling narrative... of humanity lost... injustice... lack of empathy... no respect for people and culture... racism...
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