- Oct 4, 2012
How we greet others may be forever changed
No longer will I be a hugger. Kisses are out altogether. And, as respected immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci has said, “We can forget about shaking hands.” Yes, I’ll adopt some of the peculiarities of the obsessive-compulsive television character Monk. Elbow bumps and a pleasant nod will be my way of saying “hello” and “nice to meet you.” Congratulations? A perky thumbs-up will work.
Lynn Norment is a Memphis journalist
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