The Housewives of Self-Centered City react to the horrifying news that hair salons are still not considered essential services and will remain closed for at least two more weeks. Later that afternoon, they slip out of their houses (wearing hats, of course, but no masks) and join a social-converging protest at the state capitol, demanding that the government stop the brutal concentration-camp restrictions.
Meanwhile, Anne Frank and her family hid in an attic for two years. They had no access to services, essential or otherwise. And then they learned the real meaning of concentration camps.
Perspective. Have a slice today!