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So earlier today I attempted to get a coronavirus test from a celebrity who had set up a free testing station in Downtown San Jose. All for the sake of being able to say that it happened
Unfortunately, he wasn't there, but me and my sister decided that "Sean Penn paid someone to stick a long Q-Tip up my nose" counts as one degree of seperation from Sean Penn, so now I have a new laim claim to fame.
Also, this was half a mile from San Jose's historic JapanTown neighborhood. I took pictures for people back in Texas. Anyone like to see them?
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Coronatesting is weeeeird
I deleted it because I later decided I wasn't in the mood. But since you ask...
But what I mean isn't the a cocnern about people administoring the tests. Rather if it's just people self presenting based they feel like it'll be cool to get a covid test 'from' a celeb than whether they should realistically be tested. Sure, people are getting tested. Not arguing that. Just seems slightly egoistic on Penn's part to put together a pop-up in his name than to contribute to a unified effort.
I mean, they screened if I had had any reason to suspect I had any symptoms before testing. I had been curious if I had had a mild case, cause of a few days where I had a dry cough and body aches and a elevated heart rate for a while. I wanted to know if I was infectious...>Just seems slightly egoistic on Penn's part to put together a pop-up in his name than to contribute to a unified effort.
Your implying those two things are mutually exclusive when they aren't