David Fishkind


Water, Water Everywhere: New York City’s Plague and Sustainer

They put so many things in the water. And we put the water in ourselves, on ourselves.

I should mention that I’m a bit of a hypochondriac and a mysophobe. When I moved to New York City in 2009, I was introduced to a slew of new fears. People, and their infinite contaminations, appeared everywhere. I don’t smoke, share food or drinks, touch doorknobs or anything on the subway. I try to exercise. I take superfluous vitamins and supplements, and I take them with water.

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