A Series of Investigative Journalism: Rodog on Coronavirus Part Three
If you missed it, I previously learned that the Novel Coronavirus is the reason we were all sent home from school and forced to hang out with our families (icky) and not go to fun places like six flags (disheartening).
I then learned that the Novel Coronavirus is a book written by none other than famous author Just Kidding “J.K.” Rowling, a fact which I learned because I saw a post on The Twitter that told me she was a ‘bad person’. Only a bad person would create the Novel Coronavirus, and thusly, using a tactic I learned from my many years in politics called Ad Hominem, J.K. Rowling wrote the Novel Coronavirus.
But now begged the question… what is the “coronavirus” which this novel is most obviously based off of.
I took to google translate for the answer.
In many romantic languages - languages of love, like French - corona means crown.
This couldn’t be a coincidence.
Next, I searched for what the word virus meant, and found that it is actually a word in English, which is my first and primary language. How blind we all were, not to have noticed this before.
Coronavirus means Crown Virus, and I will find out what that means. But J.K. Rowling, I am on to you and your author antics.
More to come.