One of these days, our lives and this world will at least return to some sort of state that is at least marginally reflective of what it was like before, won't it? One that doesn't require Kryptonian intervention?


Yeah, I know that's asking waaaayyyyy too much.

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Suzanne Apgar

There will definitely be a new definition of normal. I just hope we can adapt to it.


New, indeed.

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