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The Quarantine Diaries: The Dog Is Blessedly Clueless About Coronavirus

Drew Magary reflects on Covid-19, social distancing, and life under self-quarantine. Part one of a series.

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WWe’re almost out of eggs. There are four left in the house, and we’re gonna need more. Hole yourself up inside for days on end —…

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Columnist at GEN. Co-founder, Defector. Author of Point B.

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