On food delivery
I heard recently that some guy lived in his house entirely for thirty days, just to prove that it's possible. Of course he had to get food delivery, which is not something that's really new. Delivering groceries to home bound widows is a service that small time grocery stores have provided for many years, though they had to had telephones. Actually, before that, they may have been able to ask neighborhood children to deliver the message, back in the days when children did things like that, at least when asked. So this guy ordered his groceries by computer online instead of a telephone. Big deal. Who wants to stay inside your house for a full month? I want to get outside and see the sun. Okay, for all I know, he got out into his yard. But I still want to move around and go places and do things - and I'm socially backward compared to most people, and I wouldn't want that confine ment.