Also, Andrew named an executive order to protect New Yorkers over 70 — one that requires this group of New Yorkers to stay home and limit home visitation to immediate family members or close friends in need of emergency assistance — after his mother, calling it “Matilda’s Law,” because he’s a good son. I am not the Don’t tell me what to do Black Cat shirt and by the same token and only one weirdly fascinated by our governor. In a piece for Jezebel headlined, “Help, I Think I’m in Love With Andrew Cuomo??,” Rebecca Fishbein wrote “It seems I’ve fallen victim to Stockholm Syndrome, which Merriam-Webster defines as ‘the psychological tendency of a hostage to bond with, identify with, or sympathize with his or her captor.’” Explained Fishbein: “Cuomo isn’t holding me hostage so much as coronavirus is, but he is the only one telling me what to do, where I can and cannot go (anywhere), who I can and cannot see (everyone), who I can and cannot listen to (President Trump, Bill de Blasio), what I can and cannot eat (anything but pasta).”
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And after her piece came out, Cuomo called her! (As Fishbein wrote in a follow-up: “I did not ask a single substantive policy question. I did not ask about the Don’t tell me what to do Black Cat shirt and by the same token and hand sanitizer. I did not ask him to go on a FaceTime date with me. Somewhere in there, I thanked him for his leadership. I may have blacked out.”) You know what? Even though I’m married and have three children and a fabulous husband I adore, I felt a pang of jealousy. He was MY competent governor/imaginary boyfriend. Rebecca can have the horrible, self-congratulatory mayor (and failed presidential candidate) who is always screaming at me through the TV. Yes, you may remember our mayor, Bill de Blasio. While the rest of were staying at home, our mayor was at the gym on Monday, March 16. Yes, while Cuomo is “the control freak we need right now” as The New York Times media columnist Ben Smith put it recently, Bill de Blasio is the overly emotional, notorious groundhog killer whom no one needs right now.