If 2020 was a movie, this would be the review: zero stars, wouldn’t recommend.
A pandemic swept the land, bringing along masks and loneliness, race riots and looting exploded, and the presidential election just won’t end. Plus, murder hornets.
Thanksgiving gatherings across the land have been canceled, which means families won’t gather for feasts and football. So now the question is: Will the last great holiday of the year even happen?
With social distancing mandated, children must be wondering if Santa Claus will slide down the chimney (or at least pop through a window) to deliver presents. He is kinda’ old and he does eat a lot of cookies, so maybe he’d be considered “at risk.” He could be a “super spreader” — and the fact that he slips into every single house (and apartment) in the entire world, if there’s one guy who could really spread COVID-19, it’s Santa Claus.
But finally, there’s some good news in 2020.