During covid times, we were told to wear face masks, it was mandatory in public places, and most of us begrudgingly did what we were told to do. Eventually, that ended, and most of us still have a few masks. . . in a drawer somewhere, just accumulating dust. But I still see some people in public, or driving their cars, and they are wearing a mask.
Are you one of those people? If you still wear a mask, can you explain why?
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I never did, except at my dentist and eye doctor offices where I can't get treatment without complying with their rules. Even then, I don't fully comply. I don't wear it over my nose. In fact, I don't even cover my mouth unless they ask me to. As soon as they are gone, I pull it down again and make them repeatedly ask.
They hand me a mask when I enter and I throw it on the hallway floor outside in the hope that people will complain about the mess that the office is creating with their stupid mandate.
In the early days, the only mask I would wear was a bandana when entering stores but then pull if down once inside.
Yes, I gave covid to millions. LOL
Requiring masks makes as much sense as requiring a clown nose in order to shop.
When something is absurd, I will not comply. It is passive resistance against tyranny.
So you do not care that whatsoever that seniors, immune compromised, drug abusers, alcoholics, diabetics, heart diease, kidney disease, parkingson's, etc. and young children are more suspectible to death from communial diseases such as COVID.
So you do not care that whatsoever that you put your senior or vulnerable relatives at increased risk because you do not care whatsoever for other people, just yourself.
@BlondeAndGreenEyed. Wow. You swallowed the covid scam hook, line and sinker. How tragic and sad.
Thanks for the MHO, sir.