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Eddie Maddock: An Inconvenient Disorder

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock on pandemic life and its inconvenient disorder.

Sedona AZ – Beyond masks, affectionately referenced as facial diapers, generally lurks glaring and unfriendly eyes.

But who, pray tell, can actually tell?

Unlike death and taxes will this current pandemic last forever? For over a year now the global population has been in a perplexing state. Is this upsetting situation any different than a fish out of water? Is one compelled to have presumed immunity by indulging in a vaccination, or not? There are, of course, factors to be considered whatever the decision.

After all over time hasn’t the human race survived equal threats such as typhoid fever, polio, mumps, measles, chickenpox, and other once prevalent diseases? The miracle of modern technology and its resulting medications and treatments has been miraculous in calming even more disastrous outcomes from occurring during onslaughts of peril.

COVID-19, a new term that has spread probably even more rapidly than the disease itself.

Covid-19

/ˌkōvidˌnīnˈtēn/

noun

· 1.an acute respiratory illness in humans caused by a coronavirus, capable of producing severe symptoms and in some cases death, especially in older people and those with underlying health conditions. It was originally identified in China in 2019 and became pandemic in 2020. Powered by Oxford Dictionaries

Could this COVID by remote definition stand for, as an example, “Confounded, Overbearing, Vitriolic, and Inconvenient Disorder?”

So far it remains a personal decision to individually decide what prevention and treatment path to choose. Those in public situations clearly seem more obvious to be subjected to acquiring the disease, while others who live within their own small parameters might logically avoid negative potential reactions to injections of foreign fluids into their systems.

However can anyone dispute that, with the exception of death and taxes, does anything really last forever? Even taxes may be questionable. But death?

“Divine Intervention” never takes a holiday. COVID-19 is merely a reminder. An appetizer to whatever might be the main course – “food for thought” perhaps?

The beginning of each and every day is opportunity for new beginnings. Political power in reality means nothing. Those who may think so are also vulnerable to deadly diseases. Even those currently preaching “socialism” cannot escape.

Mother Nature, as proven by her never-ending global disasters, represents, perhaps, the best testimonial of all.

88 Comments

  1. Ursina Clouds Engineers says:

    KEY FINDINGS:
    These examples are not isolated cases.

    This report profiles city budgets and details how the pandemic-induced economic downturn is affecting cities nationwide.

    Lansing, Michigan expects to lose

    WHAT COVID-19 MEANS FOR CITY FINANCES

    $6-10 million in income tax revenues and $3-4 million
    in state revenue sharing payments. As a result, the city will need to
    cut $1-5 million in expenses.

    4.
    ‰Cities, towns and villages can expect to face a $360 billion budget shortfall from 2020 through 2022; City budget shortfalls are prevalent regardless of city size, but vary significantly by state.

    Those in Pennsylvania are set to experience the worst revenue losses, while those in Connecticut the least;
    Two-thirds of city revenues nationwide are vulnerable to immediate losses due to local economic decline;
    These losses are leading to significant cuts not only
    in critical public safety services, but also parks and recreation. Reduction in programming offered by parks and recreation has the potential to negatively impact economic reopening, as many families rely on local summer camps and programs for affordable childcare and youth enrichment during the summer months;

    Over one-third of the three million city employees in the nation may be subject to furloughs, layoffs and pay cuts.

    Longmont, Colorado faces a shortfall of $15.3 and will have to tap into reserves to manage million costs associated with the pandemic.

    5.
    Corpus Christi, Texas estimates a loss between $14-21 million.

    6.
    Evanston, Illinois expects to lose $10.6 primarily from lost sales tax revenue and parking million ticket revenue.

    7.
    Detroit, Michigan projects that it will lose $194 million in Fiscal Year 2021.

    8.
    Lakeland, Florida plans to eliminate $10.2 from its budget.9 million
    ‰
    NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES and you read it for more.

  2. Roberto, Sedona says:

    What’s the coronavirus body count for Sedona? Big Park? Oak Creek? Page Springs? Camp Verde? Flagstaff? Page? Payson? Why numbers that are inconveniences being pretended away while we seriously discuss a PARKING GARAGE is our future and not traffic reduction?

    This council is ruining our quality of life to promote tourists over us. They approve businesses in residential in a town that has only two higheay exits? For what? Sheckels.

    Food shortages, smaller cans & bottles, higher prices for everything, no domestic gas, defective and below performing solar that China makes and sells us but they don’t use – because it isn’t effective and they are building hundreds of fossil fuel plants, China makes and withholds our medicines and hospital equipment to keep us sicker and unable to recover.

    Under the Trump administration, the poor and all Americans were getting out of poverty and were safer, now Biden administration has cut all our incomes and purchasing power by 19.7% and opened our borders to millions of unknowns in a way that doesn’t protect Americans. Where is the outcry from the people that this administration of economics not working except for government employees. The poor are growing poorer in places like California and Illinois and Arizona and every state now.

    Shame on you who voted for this. Shame on you who pretend to yourselves we are better today than a year ago. Trump was often a personal asshole but he had the best administration in hundreds of years even with a lying and biased media. Biden is inept and border line incompetent and has an administration the world laughs at and is appalled by – even France withdrew its ambassador! You learned nothing. Our borders are welcoming coronavirus and terrorists and malcontents and dregs of others societies that don’t want to work and come out better than our hardworking poor. This isn’t about being nice to the homeless guy because all your taxes don’t provide for his medical intervention.

    Our government has dumbed down your education and built up false esteem and values. Losers are always losers, even if your mirror says you’re not.

  3. Henry & Martha says:

    The above article speaks of Inconvenient Disorder referring to COVID-19 and indicating it will be temporary because of new scientific discoveries.

    We wonder if there will be a source to offer a cure for lack of good sense. Current example = open borders; thousand of illegal immigrants entering this country; no record of who they are; where will they end up(?) and maybe not last but definitely NOT LEAST..

    Who will foot the bill for these millions of ILLEGAL ENTRIES? (emphasis on ILLEGAL)

    ANSWER? Those of us in the MIDDLE CLASS. Wait and see and be prepared for a potential heart attack or stroke when the pending tax bill(s) are assessed.

    Let’s not forget the panic over the pandemic, encouraging citizens of this country to get the vaccines. Why? If aliens are allowed in without even so much as an attempt to acquire a clean bill of health, what good with the needle poke do us?

    Inconvenient disorder? You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. It was YOUR VOTES which activated and put the machine in motion.

    GREAT JOB?

  4. Sedona Zoning Blights Strong Neighborhoods says:

    The Scar of Modern Urban Planning

    Publisher and reporters please visit http://www.strongtowns.org for article accreditation. Thank you. -River Quayde

    Modern urban planning has scarred us. Change should be good. But over the last century, we’ve reconfigured our cities around the automobile. Because old forms became obsolete, because infrastructure “investments” meant devaluing the urban core and turning buildings into garages and parking lots, because we watched our communal wealth being destroyed, and because modern building codes and zoning regulations prevent us from building more of our best stuff, change has been bad.

  5. GROWTH WITHOUT PROSPERITY says:

    Publisher and reporters this is opening page of strongtowns.org. TU-RQ

    The way we build our cities now squanders precious resources that should be used to make our communities more prosperous.

    We are trading short-term growth for long-term liabilities and it’s slowly bankrupting us. We deserve better.

    The good news: There is a better way.

  6. Another Sedona Peon (resident) says:

    Oh sure back to revisiting failed methods. Never ending process.

    Rezone, by all means. We desperately need “affordable” work force housing since resorts weren’t required to provide even minimum accommodations for their workers when permits were issued.

    And definitely enforce the idea of banning all use of cars within city limits. Let the residents figure out how to haul home a trunk load of groceries on a shuttle.

    Brilliant? You decide. However, attempting to correct huge planning mistakes of the past will take years and years to accomplish. It will never happen.

    Just continue to add to the confusion by increasing development density, especially places such as Brewer Road. Already a bottleneck but what the heck. Continue to cater to the chamber of commerce and lodging council because haven’t they done a splendid job of screwing things up?

    Inconvenient disorder? Can COVID-19 even come close to matching the perceived ongoing Sedona Pandemic of mismanagement?

  7. mshobert says:

    @Roberto – why are you permitted to swear, and spew your lies about your #cheetojesus?

    Trump cheats, lies, steals, – hires cheaters, liars and thiefs – to support his lies and bs, and they still prove he is an lying ignoramus. I’m betting you are a Bob, not a Roberto. A bit of a coward too.

  8. JD, West Sedona says:

    Having reread your comment two or three times, @Another Sedona Peon Resident my summation is. You clearly explained the reason Sedona’s population is on the decline! Nuf said?

  9. Happy Morning says:

    Ditto
    Off to church now Sedona

  10. Lisa says:

    I couldn’t find one person in town at a recent business get together that thought the parking garage was warranted or a good plan. Rumor has it that it’s a gift from city hall to (deleted by editor). The city (deleted by editor) various (deleted by editor) have (deleted by editor) contempt for city hall and by city hall business owners and renters are starting to talk. Need to put a hold on the parking garage and remember residents don’t need the tourists, tourists need those residents. There’s an opportunity to organize an Airbnb type agreement that excludes city hall and lodging groups by becoming a bigger lodging group.

  11. Hi Lisa says:

    and yet, except for some serious environmentalists and some folks who live up there that weren’t against the garage they were concerned about an evacuation plan, no one spoke against the parking garage because they didn’t like the idea. It’s so surprising how you can say that you “heard a rumor” and yet, NO ONE SPOKE OUT

  12. Ben Solomon says:

    Even with the departure of the former chamber CEO & City Manager it just doesn’t end. More proof was provided at a meeting 9/22 – chamber of commerce, lodging council and, of course, City of Sedona attorney and manager.

    It seems the poor girls and boys are all PO’d about short term rentals. Many of us thank the governor of Arizona for allowing us to use our properties as we choose.

    Sure some of us feel bad about maybe breaching CC&R’s prohibiting use of residential zoning for anything other than single family dwellings. However with the ongoing trend of kicking residents to the curb, what do we care if the poor boobs are upset?

    It’s our day to upstage the C of C/Lodging folks and rightfully take a slice of the money grabbing cake. We continue to take abuse and are treated worse than second class citizens. It’s become a matter of if you can’t beat em join em.

    Yes indeed, Karma is alive and well.

  13. Elliot Hector says:

    Good idea about organizing a separate lodging group to put local resident politics clout to clout with businesses that want it to be local and amazing and not money pit of out of tow. Landlords and Bankers.

  14. Maxine says:

    When’s next city election?

  15. mshobert says:

    Whiners and cowards are prevalent here. Do something tangible, or keep your pie-hole shut. Blah-blah-blah, whah-whah-whah. You got your street-lights that don’t light up the street. You got your roadway that doesn’t move traffic. You complain about your government – under the cloak of secrecy. You attack your public officials, who are willing to make the tough decisions, – again – under your cloak of secrecy. You need a circular-traffic system, (IE – Bridge at RR Crossing), yet you fight that and complain about the parking lots – YOU created. People are leaving Sedona – because of the whiners and complainers, whom complain about everything, and do nothing for the greater good. Greedy, selfish, arrogant, apathetic – whiners. Get woke – Get real!

  16. Aaron says:

    P&Z meeting proved 3 or 4 worth their salt. The rest are whiner do-gooders trying to bring social change. Not your job P&Z. For godssake can’t we at least have less kumbaya and drug trips and more preservation and dark skies from these commissions. We don’t give a damn if your kids cope with moving a 1/4 mile to a new building – if they can’t cope, you’re parenting is the problem and not the change of location. Keep out of our neighborhoods. Send your kids to Sedona public schools.

  17. Gina says:

    @mshobert wow. youve been wrong mega times from fire to roads to what Sedona needs. well get it right woke to oldies means getting out of bed maybe sit up in a nap chair. old people cant use or be woke. heads up young dont use woke now. its not cachet. urban up.

  18. Roger Stevens says:

    As you continue to monitor and complain about Sedona Eye and those who write comments, why are you among them @mshobert? Didn’t someone ask if you still live in this area? Why didn’t you answer that question? Do you even vote in Sedona? Pot calling kettle black? Haven’t you excelled at proving that point?

  19. Gilbert, West Sedona says:

    Public education not private is woke. Private education is racist. College is racist. Those kids living in Sedona don’t have enough to keep public doors open and they live in same town and you take them to private schools. If you got involved in public school and didn’t take any crap from school administrators and teachers and stupid weird curriculum and daily in class demands and ran the school like a private school demanding best behavior, basic core curriculum excellence then it would be free and magnificent and have money for arts and sports and outdoor classes and field trips. Sedona public schools are lowest achieving because nobody cares to expect best in public schools and worry about feelings of bullies when they should be disciplined and sent to county schools. Demand best and no compromises. Kids want it and need it and Sedona parents are lazy.

  20. Publisher please publish says:

    It should have been enough to not approve the parking garage when the residents didn’t want it. Residents pay for changes long term and it’s our lifetime debt and our lifetime blight. You want a place to house the homeless and get them off every street corner. Tom

  21. Uptown business owner says:

    Come on “Publisher please” what residents didn’t want the parking garage? Aside from some people talking about some escape route I didn’t see all that many not want it. As a store owner in uptown I can tell you, WE NEED MORE PARKING! If you didn’t want to live in a tourist town, you shouldn’t have moved into one.

  22. Mathew M. says:

    Please help me. Too many comments make reference to “woke”. Call me ignorant or whatever, but without understanding the meaning of “woke” as it’s being used conveys a blank message. “Woke” what? Am I the only ignorant, uneducated person here?

  23. Pitiful Pearl says:

    WOKE: .
    adjective INFORMAL•US
    alert to injustice in society, especially racism.
    “we need to stay angry, and stay woke”

    “Woke is a term, originating in the United States, that originally referred to awareness about racial prejudice and discrimination. It subsequently came to encompass an awareness of other issues of social inequality, for instance, regarding gender and sexual orientation. Wikipedia”

    And why must EVERYTHING these days seem to be directed to discrimination and prejudice, racial or otherwise? What has happened to the concept of freedom of speech and expression of various opinions? Why must @msshobert and others attempt to lower Sedona Eye to a slum-bag level by introducing the subject here? Desperation?

  24. Phil says:

    Leave it to mshobert to take the low road of intelligent opinions.

  25. Wm. D. says:

    @mshobert brings up a bridge at Red Rock Crossing. The truth is after the bridge washed out for the final time in 1978 it wasn’t replaced because the “movers and shakers” a.k.a. developers back then visualized a replacement described as similar to the size of Midgley Bridge. Why? Same old subject … potential future development for opportunists. Similar to Sedona’s incorporation. Money grabbers stood salivating in the shadows at the prospect for a bigger but not necessarily better addition to one of the world’s most well known scenic areas, even back then.

    The prospect of better access to vacant land put the kibosh on restoring even the low water crossing bridge and there’s your reason for why it never happened. That area is not within Sedona City Limits and remains under jurisdiction of Yavapai County. Are you paying attention @mshobert?

    For improvements to SR179, that state highway BELONGS to ADOT and NOT City of Sedona. Thank goodness for that. The less than ONE mile of SR89A owned by the city has become a proven DISASTER.

    But then beauty remains in the eye of the beholder. There are those who would love to see SR89 through Oak Creek Canyon become a 4 lane monster and then our homes …if you lived here… would have a scenic view of concrete freeway, underpasses, roadway lights 24/7, backed up traffic like at the Y and Oak Creek sitting on the bridge waiting for traffic lights, and don’t overlook litter and homeless tents because Sedona is a sanctuary city without healthcare or medical facilities to treat any of its growing transient population.

    Hell, we don’t even have enough quality healthcare for locals taxpaying and law abiding residents. If my opinions are distorted to the level of “woke” then so be it, even though it’s beyond comprehension why.

  26. Valarie says:

    @mshobert its like Clinton pointing his finger at the country and saying “I did not have sex with that woman.” Or H.Clinton saying “What does it matter now?” about the burning of the Benghazi embassy and the people parading our dead ambassador around on the streets to be hit and spit on …or Biden saying the same thing this month about Afghanistan and the Americans and Afghanis that died needlessly because of poor planning. Those examples and your woke statement have nothing to do with this city’s development pro or con. It sucks when you can’t win with facts but if your audience is stupid then you can count on winning with manufactured lies and media paid to deliver it. #SedonaFools

  27. HI HAY says:

    mshobert says ——— You need a circular-traffic system, (IE – Bridge at RR Crossing), yet you fight that and complain about the parking lots – YOU created. People are leaving Sedona – because of the whiners and complainers, whom complain about everything, and do nothing for the greater good.

    HOLD ON PIG HEAD. NO WE DIDN’T CREATE A NEED FOR A CIRCULAR TRAFFIC SYSTEM OR BRIDGE AT RR XING. CITY HALL CREATED IT AT THE REQUEST OF DEEP POCKETED BUSINESSMEN & WOMEN. CITY HALL TRADED PRICELESS & UNREPLACEABLE RED ROCKS FOR TIMESHARES & DAYTRIPPERS. NO TOWN BUILDS TO BRING IN TOURISTS IN NORTHERN AZ EXCEPT SEDONA, EVEN WILLIAMS AND GRAND CANYON DON’T. YOU NEED TO GET OUT MORE & TRAVEL AROUND THE COUNTRY TO TOURIST TOWNS. YOU WOULD BE AMAZED HOW THEY DON’T GIVE A PIG HEAD IF TOURISTS ARE ACCOMODATED BECAUSE THEY DON’T HAVE TO. TOURISTS COME BECAUSE THEY EXPECT IT TO BE DIFFERENT. OUR DIFFERENT IS RED ROCK VIEWS AND TRAILS OR OUR SCENERY. WHAT DOES THIS TOWN KEEP DESTROYING FOR THE TOURISTS? THE ONE THING WE HAVE THAT ATTRACTS THEM. SEDONA DOESN’T NEED A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE UNLESS ITS OFFERING BROCHURES BECAUSE SEDONA IS AN OUTDOOR GEM. ENJOY THE VIEWS, STAY IF YOU WANT, GO HOME IF YOU WANT, THAT’S ALL FOLKS. WE LIVE OUR LIVES IN SEDONA FOR VIEWS AND QUIET SMALL TOWN ATMOSPHERE WITH DARK SKIES AND WILDLIFE PRESERVATION. YOU MIGHT HAVE MOVED TO A TOURIST TOWN BECAUSE YOU OWN A BUSINESS BUT YOU ARE A MINORITY NOT A MAJORITY. KEEP ON LEAVING WHILE WE KEEP ON STAYING TO PROTECT IT NOT DESTROY IT.

  28. MS says:

    @Valarie – Clintons x 2, and Biden, al you got, after Trump killed 600,000 with his lies, and destroyed the USA.

    *Woke – seeing Trump for the criminal-loser he is.

    I left that miserable little ‘burgh, 13-years ago. Too many – vocal cowards – who think they know more than the rest. Close the gates – I am here to save the day. LOL.

    Why do you need a parking garage – when you have HWY-179? Haaahaha

  29. mshobert says:

    Pig Head? oh my. …you just proved my point. Hubris (means – arrogance), greed, selfishness – rule amongst you gate-closers.

  30. Rick says:

    Heck yehaw close the gates!

  31. Mshobert says:

    @HiHay – coward. loser. I’d bet you are CD. (Deleted by editor)

  32. Sedona Odyssey says:

    MS seriously????? That’s your best shot? Trump did it?

    TRUMP killed 600K? You mean Biden and you Democrats killed 600K? Statistically that’s the truth.

    It was Biden and the Democrats telling people during the campaign that Trump would never produce a vaccine and he was lying about one even being in the pipeline and Biden and the Democrats kept telling people to not trust any vaccine that Trump administration produced.

    Democrats were caught over and over saying those DNCC scripted campaign words. Then when the statistically less educated party Dems couldn’t get their people to take the excellent and Nobel Prize worthy life saving vaccines, who knew they needed Trump to save their day. Blame game 101, deflect and deny. Trump by extrapolation has even saved millions globally with the shared vaccines that he not Biden had agreed to share at no cost to poorer communities and Trump no Biden forced the vaccine codes to remain open source.

    Search all this on YouTube please because YouTube is the harbinger of truth it says on coronavirus cures and messaging and is removing all wrong coronavirus and vaccine information. That nerd is in your computer is having his revenge on your bullying.

    It’s fine to not care for a President and the administration policies, but it’s not fine to have hate. Trump didn’t do anything to ruin this country, and his putting you first instead of a noncitizen was commendable. Biden is a poor administrator (Obama warned us) and weak of character (Obama warned us) with a son we all know to be a FUP with his father’s weaknesses. It’s time Democrats changed their sheets because the bed they made reeks and I’m a Democrat who accepts both blame and truth. If you need Trump to deflect and deny Biden’s incompentency, you’re proof of the Democrats statistically being the less educated voters in America. Time to get back to normal.

  33. Cole, Chico says:

    My Korean friends have their own internal banks of 13 members. Learned that when selling houses in San Francisco. Each one gets to buy a house when it’s their turn for xx amount, everyone feeds the big pot equally. When it’s their turn to buy, they get the money contributed to do it and it keeps everyone going. My grandparents in Minnesota belonged to a group that did something similar when banks wouldnt lend to farmers and they helped each other out including turning up in force to keep the government from stealing each others farms in hard times at auctions and short sales and foreclosures. $600 is ridiculous stupid government harassment. It’s our money not the governments. The IRS is Biden’s friend but it isn’t the workers friend.

  34. Lou McDonough says:

    No to this new misnamed infrastructure bill and it’s a lie about it because Biden wants to get the IRS to see your bank deposits and statements and investment accounts in real time !!! That issue about the banks is anytime u make ANY transaction over 600.00 you will be reported to the IRS. It’s in the 3.5 trillion bill Biden wants. Most people don’t know about this. Buried in the bill. Good save us from these anti Americans.

  35. Well Lou says:

    Arnt we a greedy person?….You think freedom is free?…..Bet you loved the trillions that paid into 2 wars?

    How about those cool billionaire that have so much money they can fly to space and not pay taxes!….Now thats cool…..I sure wish I didnt have to pay 28% of my wages? But then again Im American and not a old greedy blow hard!

  36. Lou McDonough says:

    Good morning Sunday Sedona. Rise up and shine and give God your glory.

    Actually @welllou I do mind when the government has access to my money because it’s a short step from seeing every deposit I make and every withdrawal I make to putting me in jail because they don’t like what or who or why I make it.

    Remember that every law in this land comes with enforcement rules.

    Enforcement means jail and swat teams. You pay a big electricity bill over $600.00 and believe me you’re getting your name reported to law enforcement for potential drug grower. Don’t believe it? Already happened in several states including Arizona.

    The sheriff might show up at your door because you have $600.00 to a charity they’ve determined is a False front for Islamic terrorists or the sheriff will show up and arrest you for underpaying for a dozen chickens because the government rate is higher. They’ll know you bought a painting or car or new countertops. They’ll know you send Goldman Sacks mutual fund payments monthly. They’ll know you don’t pay taxes on the high school kid or illegal who cuts your grass because your cash withdrawals will be a signal you’re up to something. Your government is NOT looking for billionaires who don’t pay taxes (stupid statement as yes they do) because with a $600.00 threshold, it’s looking for you.

    Personally I give a rats ass if a billionaire pays for our space exploration out of his pocket. It’s good for you and it’s good for me and the government doesn’t get to tell you and me that we can’t do it or be it or benefit from it. That’s who cares if space exploration remains under their purview – it’s your government. NASA didn’t make the strides or discoveries that SpaceX or the others did and you fell for the government propaganda that it’s all about billionaires. No, it’s all about who gets the science and it’s not supposed to be the common man like the billionaires gave to you and me. Go be an Astronaut can be said to you. In a short time we will be able to get off this planet and guess who is scared about that?

    Today’s billionaires did what those in the past did – they offered the poor what they never would have benefitted from in thousands of years from the car you drive, to the National and state parks you visit, to the museums you visit, to the library you borrow from, to the food fresh and frozen that you buy grown from a plot you don’t own, plant, till and reap and from the A/C cooling your home, and even from the very country and continent you live in whose discovery was founded by the wealthy and the kings and queens of France, Spain, England, Holland, Sweden and others. You could be living in Europe or Africa or South America or Asia or Other less hospitable places but you are living in the best acreage on the planet. Ask the pharaohs.

    Now I’m off to church and whether my donation is in cash or check, you would be the Capo in charge of determining if it met your approval.

    Like the IRS or government, I don’t trust you to rule my life. Whether you’re capable of managing your own is questionable but I’m not in charge of your money and lifetime outcome. Aren’t you better for that?

    Leave Sedona growth alone because none of us in government here can do better. Let it be.

  37. Scott says:

    Sedona times shines truth to greed & dark tourism destructiveness

  38. Fran says:

    Cool

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