I Found Bleach and Here’s How I Did it in a World Obsessed with Sanitizing.

It is a sign of the times to note that discovering bleach (and Lysol!) for sale is newsworthy. I also feel obligated to tell you how a did it because I am a good citizen. The big chains, Walmart, 7-11, Safeway, etc., have been out of the aforementioned items as well as hydrogen peroxide, isopropyl alcohol, and antibacterial hand sanitizer/wipes since mid March 2020 here in Honolulu. Yesterday I checked the overpriced 24 hour store in Waikiki that used to sell crack pipes disguised as pens. Jackpot! I am proud to say I resisted the urge to hoard both bottles of bleach and only snatched the larger one. I have remained human in the era of COVID-19.
I hurried home with the coveted goods spurred by the memories of the many many times things had been stolen from me here in Hawaii. I was also motivated to get off empty Kuhio Avenue when one of the City and County guys, who was watching his co-workers powerwash the sidewalks, came up to me as I walked my bike to ask if I was alright. I awkwardly hung the large bottle of bleach in the bicycle’s handle bar and pedaled my wobbly, off balanced way home in triumph.

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3 thoughts on “I Found Bleach and Here’s How I Did it in a World Obsessed with Sanitizing.

  1. I was lucky enough to be paying attention when it was still in China. I started squirreling away stuff since early February. I have extra if you need including masks. Let me know and I can see if I can help. The joy in your face posing with the bleach is adorable. The other parts of you are equally adorable.


    1. Yes, that’s how we need to help each other. I have extra shampoos and I can definitely use extra bleach. We have to form a hui. For readers outside of Hawaii I have been told that a hui is a Hawaiian word that means, approximately, a support group.

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      1. The site where I saw your number posted before does not appear to be active. How do I get in touch with you without broadcasting phone numbers or emails?


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