We used to imagine that the future was a magical, glittering place, full of flying cars and people who recreated food. It turns out that the future is really just one where social media curators come up with cryptic memes about a global pandemic. How is depressed.
Report from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, that’s what they’re trying to get people to read, claiming that only 35% of Americans eligible for the booster vaccine have actually had the disease, and they’re trying to increase that statistic. “Strengthening helps us reduce the risk of transmission to others,” the report said, noting that children, the elderly and immunocompromised individuals in particular could benefit from reduced rates of transmission. transmission rate.
But they chose to advertise the booster with a meme full of Mario Kart 8 clip, in which Mario participates in COVID Cup and almost gets hit
green shell Omicron variation by having an “accelerator” – represented by one of those acceleration ramps that changes gravity. It’s not a terrible similarly, for each se. It’s just a strange thing.
Also, not the language or anything, but the booster doesn’t really stop the virus… it still follows Mario uphill. In fact, Mario picking up a banana just stops at Mario protecting him. So maybe we should eat more fruit instead? (NOTE: This is not actual medical advice.)
We have a feeling that Uncle Nintendo won’t be pleased with this.
https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/01/random-this-weird-mario-kart-meme-is-supposed-to-combat-covid Random: This Weird Mario Kart Meme Is Supposed To Fight COVID