Nothing wrong with getting creative to prove your point.
A Teacher in Jacksonville wrote a fake obituary about her “future” Covid19 death. Her name is Whitney Reddick.
Before she did that, she posted a rambling video about looking for a job, at 1:30am, She seemed pissed-off that schools were opening.
That video morphed into her posting that fake obit. Then, she said even though she believed that teaching could get her killed, she was still going back.
Here’s my un-pack:
I’m fair and rarely can’t see different perspectives (I’m not bragging, it actually makes it frustrating to see multiple angles)
Massive credit for the earned-media on the fake obit. It was effective!
What was the point of scaring the kids that you want to protect?
Why speak about truly believing that you’re going to die, but then announce that you’re going back?
If an Airline said they really weren’t sure that your flight had enough fuel to get to your next destination, but gave you the option to “try it out”, you’d do it? (That is what she’s saying here)
Although creative, her obit is hollow. She doesn’t really believe in her point (because she’s putting her job over her life), and adding to the panic culture among kids and parents is ridiculous.
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