June 30, 2020 at 4:25 am #981994
Listen to Randy Rainbow!
If you’re in a store, etc., follow the rules. Even if you have asthma, it’s safe and easy to wear a mask for a short visit to Met Market. Plus, masks have become very inexpensive AND come in all kinds of cool patterns and colors.July 3, 2020 at 9:20 am #982227
…and wear a proper mask properly. Yes that means covering your nose. And those fancy masks that lets you exhale easier? They do NOT filter your exhaled breath which is half of the equation & (unwittingly) a selfish act.July 3, 2020 at 9:32 am #982229
Saw somewhere online, not sure the origin, but basically said:
Wearing a mask is an IQ test.
Indeed, and it’s one too many are failing.
Love yourself, love your neighbors, WEAR A MASK!July 3, 2020 at 10:08 pm #982234
IQ test, indeed. Nor do I sympathize with the enablers who think it’s just mean to confront maskless individuals in supermarkets, etc. If these people truly have underlying illnesses that prevent them from wearing a mask, then they are the last people who should be barefaced out in public. If their condition actually exists (highly doubtful) then they should be in quarantine for their own safety. It should be written into the (unenforced) law that if you can’t (won’t) wear a mask, then you must stay home. It’s well known that covidiots, already low on the IQ scale as noted, are using unsubstantiated medical conditions as an excuse to flaunt their ignorance. Remove the loophole. Or, give them all a maskless island to live on, along with the anti-vaxxers, and let Darwinism run its course. A tanning bed should be all the intervention they need.July 4, 2020 at 5:27 pm #982338
I was at the store today, the manager asked a customer to leave for not wearing a mask.. Instead of turning the customer away, why didn’t they offer him a mask. Guess these stores are too cheap to give a paper bag or a face mask.July 4, 2020 at 10:18 pm #982383
Graciano, you are required to wear a shirt. Your own shirt, which you provide yourself. You can provide your own mask, too. Are you not self-sufficient?July 5, 2020 at 12:07 am #982410
I agree people should have their own masks, but I also think that stores having masks available for customers is a smart move, if only to reduce excuses for not wearing one, and to possibly help diffuse a difficult encounter. I think it might let a store employee say “Oh, I’m sorry but you have to wear a mask to shop, but we are happy to provide you with a free mask” rather than flat-out turn people away.July 5, 2020 at 3:21 pm #982447
KBear, I’m self-sufficient. But people do forget to bring the mask when going to the store… Maybe it’s in the wash machine, hopefully you wash yours… My point is, these masks are cheap enough that if you or someone forgets to bring one, that the store could offer them one vs telling them to leave.July 6, 2020 at 1:31 am #982497
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