While gathering at a friend’s house (following the examples of politicians and public health officials, rather than their statements), we were pondering the question of whether it was legal to do what we were doing under the 59 orders issued thus far by our governor. “Why is it a maximum of 10 people,” our hostess wondered, “regardless of the size of the house? Shouldn’t it be adjusted for square footage?” She’s an immigrant from Europe and the house, if you count the finished basement area, is close to 8,000 square feet in size. I said “That statement makes you the Marie Antoinette of Covid.”
Explicit virtue declaration: We were a group of 9.
Related, Versailles in 2016, completely unspoiled by tourism:
(and who could have imagined that a respiratory virus would evolve to take advantage of the above situation?)
Also, five gals who are perfect candidates for a forced COVID-19 vaccine “for their own benefit”: