The WSJ published the article on July 31. A good read. It may be paid content so the three key hurdles are:
Will it work?
Will it be safe?
Can we get it to people?
After sending it to people I received an interesting reply and pasted it below. I'd never thought about storage for perhaps two...
I am posting this as a FYI rather than a political statement. I think many States will face significant financial challenges in 2020 due to the resulting unemployment rates from the Covid-19 lockdown.
States Made Risky Bets with Pensions. Now They Want a Bailout.
ZeroHedge is usually off the charts with ‘screaming’ and wild-ass predictions, but this article is an interesting read if you just jump to the end.
Story Time 1929-1936
It has me wondering what might be thought of as ‘safe’, and yet will slow.
For example, the Globe & Mail (Canada’s equivalent...
Rantz: Seattle burglary explodes 87% downtown after coronavirus policy, crisis
Empty stores and buildings, and the thieves are being charged but not booked (COVID-19 booking policy). They'll probably never do time for it.
These are mostly commercial burglaries, but you might assess at home...