Thursday, May 21, 2020

Following The Advice of Geniuses

It has been brought to my attention that the World Health Organization would like us to stop using the term “social distancing” and instead replace it with the term they now prefer, “physical distancing.”

If the WHO wants it I’d say reason enough to stick with the stupid “social distancing” term. I’d also like to point out that the “experts” have now reversed themselves on pretty near everything they have recommended since the WhuHoo Flu first hit the airwaves. We should not be surprised, as we live in a world where most words coming from officials and celebrities have no meaning anyway.

The phrase “social distancing” has always sounded like a gibberish term for “keep your distance.” It’s far too much like Gwyneth Paltrow and then husband Chris Martin’s “Conscious Uncoupling” back in 2014:

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Conscious uncoupling is a euphemism for getting divorced, or breaking up if you never bothered to get hitched in the first place.

Conscious uncoupling refers to the act of ending a marriage or relationship, but in a way that is viewed as a very positive step by both parties, who believe that their lives will be better for doing so, and that they can continue to remain friends, co-parent if they have children, and possibly not even fall out of love with each other.

And if you can do that it makes one wonder why they’re breaking up in the first place; but with experts and celebrities ours is not to wonder why, ours is simply to heel and comply.

 Looking good: The 47-year-old actress and Goop founder wore a simple white top with grey sweats and tied a sweater around her waist Gwyneth Paltrow and her currently coupled husband Brad Falchuk masked up to enjoy a stroll in Los Angeles together

Note that - as always - virtue signaling is strictly for the camera:

On the go: Gwyneth Paltrow and her dashing husband Brad Falchuk masked up to enjoy a stroll in Los Angeles together Rules are really for the little people, the ones who don’t know how to consciously uncouple themselves from restraints we place on everyone else.

But perhaps we should follow the advice and virtue signaling practices of the genius who started her own vanity company called “GOOP” and presented us with so many good ideas for improving our lives over the years.

this smells like my vagina candle - gwyneth paltrow's most controversial goop momentsAvailable through Gweneth’s Goop site for only $75! I know, genius, right?