On this episode of the Mack Talks, Scott has Aunt Mary Pat DiSabatino on the podcast. Aunt Mary Pat as she’s known is a drag queen, online personality, and comedian. She made her debut in 2018 after the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl as she is an avid fan. Listen in as she cracks some jokes and plays Mack Move or Wack Move.
Aunt Mary Pat hails from the Delco area in Philadelphia and has been performing live stand up comedy based around her over the top Philadelphia persona for two years now.
Mary also worked in the music industry with two songs reaching the #1 spot on iTunes comedy charts and her debut album which reached #5. With the current coronavirus epidemic she is forced to work from home and work via her online presence on most social media platforms.
Aunt Mary Pat had planned on touring showcasing her debut album “Talk of the Township” titled Fish Outta Wooder. This tour has since had to reschedule for late August 2020.
Mack Move or Wack Move
In your favorite podcast game show, Scott talks about trending stories dealing with companies, products, and entrepreneurs for the week, this week’s trends are more central to the COVID-19 pandemic, including topics:
Philadelphia police have announced that they will not be making arrests for certain non-violent crimes. This being because of the current coronavirus outbreak with emergency personnel like police officers at high risk for being exposed to the disease.
Spring break is currently happening for many colleges and students are continuing their travel plans despite the need for social distancing. The effects of their decision to still go to places like Florida, New Orleans, and many other travel destinations will certainly be felt in the coming weeks.
New Jersey has prohibited any food or drink areas that are self serving, making employees be the ones to handle orders. This is to help lessen the likelihood of customers spreading coronavirus on these high touched surfaces.
Beyond just college students, even parents and members of the Boomer generation have been seen not taking social distancing seriously. These people are at high risk for being serious or critical cases if in contact with the wide spreading virus.
The podcast dips into the political as they discuss whether it is fair to call the coronavirus the “chinese virus”. The media and american politics have recently been using this term despite the scientific name “COVID-19” existing.