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“It’s as if your neighbor’s house is burning and you just close your window and say it’s fine.”

YAP BOUM, an epidemiologist in Cameroon about the monkeypox epidemic.

“The worst part is, even if they catch this person, he’s going to be out again.”

GRISELDA VILE, whose brother, Daniel Enriquez, was randomly gunned down on a New York City subway on May 22.

“I’m pretty sure the jubilee atmosphere is a four-day wonder, and that the national mood will turn fairly sour again fairly quickly. It feels like we’re all waiting for … the storm or the dam to break.”

TIM BALE, a professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, on the four-day celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s jubilee.

“I was flabbergasted because it’s not every day that someone offers breast milk, certainly not for free.”

DIANA FENG, a mother in Queens, when she found out about another mother in Queens, a woman who has Hyperlactation Syndrome and who has donated thousands of ounces to the New York Milk Bank.

“It will cause a shake-up in the mental states of people and what they perceive as real or virtual. Virtual can’t be put back in the box.”

Dream Overture’s TAYLOR BROWN on virtual reality technology.


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