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How is not wearing a mask in public these days, claiming it’s your constitutional right not to have to, not equivalent to raising a middle finger to the universally accepted ethical notion of “love your neighbor”?
Such idiots take the annoying notion of 'American exceptionalism' and/or 'indvidualism' to nauseatingly new lows....and yet will be the first ones queuing up for government or community help when they start to reap the consequences of their actions.
masking is a social act, protecting not chiefly oneself as much as others, over time
hate away, but masking is a gesture toward the common good
you should be glad for the regs, and good for those arrests
somebody has to act the grownup in this stressful time
you have a good reason, if it is truly impairing; no one disputes that, if it is truly impairing
but 'not required for a reason' is not how it works, and you know it
quite aside from the utter sketchiness of your self-dx, as Mark, w serious and extensive experience, points out; indeed, one w 'breathing issues' should mask up from the second they arise
muggles's OP stands now, majorly
that is the spirit