Any other introverts or those with anxiety feel like they’re thriving right now due to the pandemic?

I know what I'm gonna say will sound bad but, I'm somewhat enjoying seeing everyone else around me fall. I've been an introvert my whole life, mostly because of bullying. It's nice to see people suffer the way I did. No social interaction. Not going out. Not seeing the sun for days. Having nobody to talk to. It's nice. But when I think about it really hard, I realise that this is probably the worst thing for them, people are dying, and everyone is really having a hard time. I'm conflicted on how I should feel about this. Should I be happy because everyone who called me weird, bullied me, outcasted me are having a bad time, or should I be sad that the world around me is crumbling apart? At the end of the day. I really don't care. This is still the most amazing thing I've ever seen

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