Fall For Greenville – 2022 (The Upstate of South Carolina’s Autumn Festival)

60,000 Maskless People

The same people would not go outside last year


New Science Fiction by John Reizer

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“They found more than just rocks on the moon!”

A Novella By John Reizer

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2 thoughts on “Fall For Greenville – 2022 (The Upstate of South Carolina’s Autumn Festival)

  1. lhakes12 October 16, 2022 / 1:00 am

    It is puzzling how people can just suddenly forget about something they had feared for so many months, John. Where is the logic in that? It’s bewildering! One moment they fear the very air they breath, and the next moment they are out partying! Not much consistency in their way of thinking!
    It is unfathomable to me as to how they can possibly trust the WHO (World Health Organization).

    And there were a couple of lines in the play “Clue” that I saw last night that I found to be amusing! Professor Plum said that his profession had been in psychiatry working with pathological liars. But now he was
    working for the government with the WHO. The butler then responded to him by saying, “Apparently, your profession hasn’t changed any!” Haha! I loved that! 😂


    • Dr. John Reizer October 15, 2022 / 9:07 pm

      That’s a great line, Lisa! 🤣👍

      Yes, people are fearful of an invisible virus for two-plus years, and now they couldn’t care less, which is a good thing. Unfortunately, lots of people got jabbed and are continuing the practice.


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