The Dreaded Chemistry Lesson From Hell

Disclaimer: For those of you who read this article for purely prurient reasons I must regretfully inform you that there is a real chance you may actually learn something.
We are approaching the two-year anniversary of the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of Paxlovid, the most effective COVID-19 antiviral drug.
Nowhere is the silliness of our drug laws more evident than in the case of tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA).
I recently wrote that PROP President Andrew Kolodny's off-the-cuff remark about controlling the latest and arguably worst&
With rare exceptions, the chemical reactions in our bodies are the result of enzymes that catalyze the process in question. Why?
If you're sick of (or with) COVID, join the club. It's endless. SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease, keeps throwing one surprise after another at us in ways that could have never been predicted early in the pandemic.
It's always sort of fun to catch The New York Times when it makes a chemistry error. It happens from time to time, especially when they are writing about chemistry. I just caught one, but this time it's not their fault. 
There's an ugly conflict going on at ACSH. Check it out...
OK, this is probably not as noteworthy as, say, National Dog Fart Awareness Day (No - I'm not kidding; it's April 8th). But worry not.