How will people remember COVID-19, Racism, and everything else on New Years Eve of 2021?

How will people remember 2020 on New Year’s Eve 2021? 

With COVID-19, of-course, as well as The Presidential Election year with Trump, and everything else, when people make New Year’s resolutions on December 31, and because of the Death of George Floyd, and Rayshard Brooks, and with “Black Lives Matter,” and with the likes of Dr. Fauci, and Bill Gates coming back, and stepping in, as well as The WHO, and The CDC, and Social Distancing if things by then get “Better,” as well as other things like mask wearing, as well as Basketball Star Kobe Bryant’s tragic death, among other things, when the clock strikes midnight, and with cancelling other things, if Ryan Seacrest’s New Years’ Rocking Eve is at Times Square in New York City is like it always is, though it might be a little different, how will people remember this year, and how will they report it as a memory on New Year’s Eve 2021?

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    They will just say "2020 was the darkest year in human history, may we forget it forever" and then talk ahead to all the great things about 2021. Like usual most those great things don't happen but are fun to think about. 

  • 2 months ago

    Most will be glad to see 2020 go. 

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