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    No Masks!

    Stay strong, folks. If you can, drive to a different store rather than wearing one. If you can, patronize any and all businesses that don't require it. As you walk up to a store and they tell you to mask up, turn around.

    Hell no, I won't do what you tell me.
    Last edited by Yota Up; 4 weeks ago.

    #2
    I got yelled at. Not asked to put on a mask. Flat our berated by the lady behind the sneeze shield. Told me to never come back into her store again. Which I don’t think I will have a hard time with.

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      #3
      They are psychos. I bet you she wished illness on you, too. Psychos, I tell ya. Yesterday we went to a Mexican joint for a bite. Not a single mask being worn by anyone. Waitress is fully onboard with the idea that this Corona thing is bullshit and nothing but media panic driven nonsense.

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        #4
        I refuse to wear one. Walked into menards with one in my pocket, showed it to the guy and shoved it back in. Piss on that sheet. Also fuck Illinois while we're at it.

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          #5
          Haven't worn one this whole time, and will not be wearing one.

          If they refuse me at a store/restaurant that will be the last time I go in that establishment.

          Period

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            #6
            How are y'all dealing with this at work whether wearing masks on the job, at customer's sites who require visitors to wear masks, or whatever other bullshit "creative solutions" are imposed by management?

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              #7
              I haven't worn one yet - I just keep my distance and stay away from people. I was walking through Bass Pro the other day and it became a game of human Pac Man avoiding the "ghosts".

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                #8
                People with lung conditions should NOT wear face masks

                https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...d-breathe.html

                Wearing one can also trigger headaches. This can be a big problem for folks suffering from migraines, etc.

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                  #9

                  Wanna work, I have to wear it....got bills to pay.....
                  I Need a sig!!!!:frown:

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Yota Up View Post
                    People with lung conditions should NOT wear face masks

                    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...d-breathe.html

                    Wearing one can also trigger headaches. This can be a big problem for folks suffering from migraines, etc.
                    Ok, I'm fine with the whole "Stick it to the man" thing but coming up with BS reasons to not wear a mask is dumb. We had a very good friend with Cystic Fibrosis who purposely wore a legit working N95 mask when in public to avoid getting sick and dying. If the doctors at Standford recommended she wear a mask with 50% lung function and a compromised immune system, the rest of us will be fine. In fact, those should really only be the type of people AND the type of masks that we see in public: At-risk people with properly fitted masks that will actually filter out the disease.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Redwagon View Post
                      Wanna work, I have to wear it....got bills to pay.....
                      Same. If I go in to work, we're required(California government organization) to wear one, at least walking around the halls. It's pretty much our organization's leadership covering their ass in case of an outbreak at work.

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                        #12
                        We aren't requiring customers to wear masks, but I have to wear one when dealing with a customer face to face. The ones they sent us are made by Ford. There is no way in goddamn hel I am putting something made by Ford on my face. It would probably blow up and burn my beard off. I just wear a neck gaiter and pull it up when needed. Luckily 95% of our sales is over the phone or in the shop.
                        1988 Dodge Ramcharger 2018 Ram 2500-Sleipnir
                        Odin Owns Ye All

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Harry Johnson View Post

                          Ok, I'm fine with the whole "Stick it to the man" thing but coming up with BS reasons to not wear a mask is dumb. We had a very good friend with Cystic Fibrosis who purposely wore a legit working N95 mask when in public to avoid getting sick and dying. If the doctors at Standford recommended she wear a mask with 50% lung function and a compromised immune system, the rest of us will be fine. In fact, those should really only be the type of people AND the type of masks that we see in public: At-risk people with properly fitted masks that will actually filter out the disease.
                          Your good friend wore an n95 mask with a valve for exhalation or was advised to


                          "For God and country, Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo"

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                            #14
                            I bought one of those one size fits all tube masks, I think it was made for pencil neck Shitt, I even cut it off so that all I had was a piece to cover my nose and mouth. Needless to say I didn't wear it in the big city today and oddly enoughother than some folks staring at me nobody said anything either

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Paragon View Post

                              Your good friend wore an n95 mask with a valve for exhalation or was advised to
                              That's right. Her parents actually gave us her fancy N95 mask(with valves) collection after she passed away. My wife wears one of hers now that it's required around here. Locally at least, people haven't caught on that if your mask has a valve, it definitely doesn't do the "protects me from you" thing they think it does.

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