Well... not everything, but all the fun things:
Further restrictions are being implemented throughout Minnesota to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, and Gov. Tim Walz will announce Monday that all Minnesota restaurants and bars will no longer be allowed to offer dine-in servicing.
Curbside pick-up, delivery and drive-thru orders will be allowed, but the dine-in services will come to a halt at 5 p.m. Tuesday and lasting through at least March 27.
Additionally, congregating at other places of entertainment and fitness is also prohibited. This includes food courts, cafes, coffee houses and other eateries, along with taverns, brew pubs, breweries, clubs, bowling alleys and fitness centers. Libraries were mentioned as a place that can stay open so long as social distancing is employed.
If you want to know the truth, I didn't even read the whole thing. All I saw were the words "taverns, breweries, bowling, prohibited" and I knew we were in some deep shit. We are basically in quarantine now, there will be no point in leaving if nothing is open.
So what did I do when I heard this? As someone who can see in the future similar to That's so Raven, I adapted to my ever-changing environment and went to the liquor store before they try to close that too.
And when I got looks from my neighbors while struggling to carry in $60 worth of alcohol, I couldn't stop thinking about how I'll be the last one to laugh when they close down all public places, including liquor stores. You won't catch me drinking the month old mouthwash on day 20 of quarantine without being able to leave my apartment, HELL no.
And a lot of people have been asking me what I've been gambling on... I'm thinking about getting into virtual dog racing or virtual soccer. You know, it's like making the computer play itself in Madden, except there are live bets and odds.
Wow, I need help