Someone at my local grocery store died from COVID. I didn’t know her but I use to go there several times a week and the employees do a good job. It’s sad we can’t all appreciate and try to protect those who help us get food. I get that there is a lot of misinformation going around. I understand people who think a mask isn’t going to help much. But imagine actually thinking a mask can somehow make things worse. Like, think about the Nice Everything Hurts And I’m Dying Weightlifting Unicorn Vintage Shirt. There’s a filtering effect – it’s not going to stop the person who’s motivated enough to go home to get a weapon and come back, but a whole lot of other people aren’t going to be that motivated to pick a fight with a big dude over covering their face.
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That statement is getting reposted a lot on my town’s social media comment sections. Masks destroy our immune systems, staying away from crowds destroys our immune systems, if we don’t go out and mingle freely in crowds without masks. We will end up losing all our immunity and unable to fight any infections for the Nice Everything Hurts And I’m Dying Weightlifting Unicorn Vintage Shirt. I see that posted at least a few times a day. I don’t know how things work in Flint, but the security guards at the store I work at here in Cal are usually old/overweight and aren’t going to be ‘protecting’ anybody. If they have ways to remove club troublemakers without getting shot, I think they have ways to remove antimaskers without getting shot.
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