2020 Oct 5, 4:24pm
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I don't own one and refuse to get one.
I think masks are unsanitary and absolutely disgusting. Why the fuck do people not rebel and not wear them? I don't own one and refuse to get one.
joshuatrio saysI think masks are unsanitary and absolutely disgusting. Why the fuck do people not rebel and not wear them? I don't own one and refuse to get one.I have zero science background besides basic high school and college courses. If the virus can survive for hours, why would you want to breath it into a mask? What happens when you sneeze because of allergies or for other non sick reasons, but were asymptomatic with Covid? Wouldn't that blast a massive viral load into the air? The argument always is that you're protecting others. I'd argue you're collecting the virus and the potentially blasting it out when you sneeze, more likely not covering your mouth because of the mask and shoot a massive viral load all over. And there's still the fact it was here in January and mask weren't mandated until June. I'm no scientist, but I've yet to see any evidence that masks do anything.
I'm no scientist, but I've yet to see any evidence that masks do anything.
I leave it up to the store to enforce their store rules.
That is their sole effect, and it is exactly the intended effect.
But wearing a mask while you ride your bike? While you jog? When you’re alone in your car? While you’re walking in the woods? When you’re standing on the beach? That’s just insane. That’s an insult to science, it’s an insult to commonsense. Rules like that make people cynical.When you force them to do unreasonable things, they will never believe you again.Rules like that help no one, and yet, they are ubiquitous. In many Democratic-controlled jurisdictions, masks are required outside. It is the law. You have no choice.Rules like that are not about public health. Rules like that are a form of obedience training. They’re trying to see what they can make you do.They can make you do a lot, it turns out. Most of the time, we do what they tell us. We don’t say anything. Partly because people like Chris Cuomo harangue us if we disobey the rules. Chris Cuomo calls us immoral for doubting the rules.Then in private, he whips off his mask the second he can.Here are pictures of Chris Cuomo this weekend, standing at a restaurant in Long Island, cigar in his hand, but no mask. Again, we don’t judge Chris Cuomo. Chris Cuomo judges us. And that’s the point.Nancy Pelosi judges us, too. Watch Pelosi tell you that you’ve got no choice, but to wear a mask at all times. ...As soon as you begin to take yourself seriously, Thomas Merton once wrote, and imagine that your virtues are important because they are yours, you become the prisoner of your own vanity. That is true. But they’re not the only prisoners.Suddenly, all of us are prisoners of their vanity. This summer, the vapid Governor of California made a propaganda video informing his citizens of our biggest state that if they don’t wear masks at all times, whether those masks help anyone or not, they’re bad people. ...The Democrats who hold every statewide office in California understand that for totalitarians to operate a society, they need people to cooperate. So the more people turn on each other and snitch and micromanage one another’s lives, the easier their job of control will be. People without loyalty to each other are easy to command. That’s the point.
Masks have the effect of making everyone afraid all the time.