Alcatraz Island, 1977


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So now we’re trying to figure out how to avoid contracting the coronavirus. The world has truly turned not sparing the rich nor the poor. Absent a vaccine against this outbreak we are left to washing our hands and avoiding contact with other people.

But we seem to be moving voluntarily or otherwise into a quarantine situation as a more extreme method in order to halt the spread of this disease. Suddenly, the film “Blast From The Past” (1999) does not seem so ridiculous anymore. Do we really have to socialize in restaurants at this time given the current situation? You have to weigh the risks. The lead photo in this blog is “Prison Cell“; Alcatraz Island, San Francisco (1977). The penitentiary was closed in 1963, and this photo was taken on a tour years later. Perhaps we could rent out a cell for a couple of months until this all blows over?