Today, I noted that the current travel advisory for the City of Chicago includes six states that measure *lower* on the criterion for inclusion than Illinois, arguing the case that if one sets foot outside of one's house in this state, you should in theory be subject to the same set of restrictions that you would be subject to if you went to, say, Wisconsin or Colorado, both of which are lower on the list. That doesn't appear to be the case, of course, which suggests a number of possibilities, none of them actually *good*.
I greatly dislike Naked Emperors and whether you believe that the current advice is either too strict or too lenient, the Emperor is drastically short on clothing.
In other news, it's a good thing that I managed to win my property tax appeal, because otherwise my property taxes would have been *stupendous*. As it is, they are merely *large*.
It must be time for dinner now...