He’s in a hurry, okay? Please cooperate.
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I’m glad I took a week-long break, the 19th page was a bit challenging and took me way more time than usual to finish, ugh. Anyway, I’m all good, not jetlagged anymore, there should be no break until maybe the end of the month when I’ll be traveling but I’ll try to make a page in advance so that I don’t have to skip again. I want to finish this scene and get back to the forest which has easier backgrounds lol… But I hope you’re enjoying! I really like this particular flashback.
Many of you are probably curious about how it’s like in Japan with the coronavirus. Not so bad so far. The government closed the schools and canceled all big events to contain the spread. There are hand disinfectants in most shops and cafes. It’s now impossible to buy (online or offline) toilet paper, tissues, hand soap and masks (masks have been gone for weeks, toilet paper madness started last Friday). Many people are encouraged to work from home if they can and on train stations, they suggest to avoid rush hours. All in all, you can tell that something’s wrong and it’s hard to just ignore it.
What is sad is that misinformation is creating a lot of panic and causes problems. Like with the masks – there’s no reason to wear it unless you’re coughing. It helps contain the spread but doesn’t really protect you. You can read that on the WHO site or look up studies about flu spread in countries that use face masks a lot. Another thing is that damned toilet paper – people went crazy because someone suggested that it’s made in China and would run out. It’s not made in China, it’s too cheap and too big to transport… Anyway, trust but verify, there’s a lot of stupid rumors floating around. Also, it’s not like the flu. No.
What else… Plums are blooming! It’s really pretty! I hope my friends from Poland who are supposed to visit in 3 weeks really will be able to come over, heh. It’s not that bad in Japan yet… We’ll see. I’m also reading Dorohedoro manga (it’s so long…!!!) and short stories by Ted Chiang (Exhalation Stories). Both are entertaining!
Thanks for reading guys and see you next week!