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@WebWiseWoman 

 

Thank you for the compliment.  I actually think this is something serious as I already had most of one lung removed because of cancer, plus having emphysema and asthma for several decades...  I have to have an albuterol inhaler with me at all times. 

 

We even carry disinfectant wipes in a zip lock bag to wipe the carts in stores.  Like another poster here I need to watch my health.

 

I would think that it is a sign of masculinity to see men wear a mask as a courtesy to others (and themselves!).

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Sending hugs, @WebWiseWoman .  You truly are wise....

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Wow; so sad to see some folks are so selfish (not you TxGrandpa2)...

 

Not sure why face mask is a problem other than someone's face is more important to them than life.

 

In 1986, I drove drunk; thank goodness I was stopped and arrested; the same night another woman, my age, murdered a young man on a motorcycle while she drove dui... that could have been me as the murderer; I have that in my thoughts since then.

 

Now, almost 35 years later I have to ask isn't NOT wearing a mask/face cover the same as DUI? I personally think it is; I don't understand why anyone would not wear it once they have access.

 

#StaySafe

 

 


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Reality is that "weak men" (or women) won't wear masks.

 

ROFLMAO !!!!


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"There is no way I am wearing a face mask under any circumstance. It is against my culture."

 

Suggest you haven't been in a chemical plant in the event of a gas release?  A person's "culture" changes immediately.


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Most States have laws requiring you to wear shoes when you drive not to deprive you of the right to exhibit your lovely tootsies but for the safety of you and OTHERS. LOTS of other laws require you behave in ways that do NOT endanger your life or the lives of others - Working with pesticides and other poisons or hazardous material requires wearing a mask and I've not heard of a single farmer or construction/demolition worker who felt emasculated by staying safe.

 

You can have Covid19 for weeks and show no symptoms BUT YOU CAN STILL INFECT OTHERS. Only those with no regard for public health have a problem with rational, adult responses to a deadly disease.

 

Conclusion must be that the infantile, gutless Toad feels threatened by masks that might expose his lack of any semblance of Manhood, so now Toad worshipers must claim this defect as their own.

 

 

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lol, I can't help but laugh.   Some men really don't get it.   Y'all force us to wear certain clothing now.  The articles of clothing may be different, but the need to control women's bodies is exactly the same.   Ask any girl who has to do the fingertip test on her skirt.   

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@Moscow45 

 

"Nonsense. I am a man of this world. A natural man. Forcing me to wear a female clothing accessory threatens my masculinity and my gender identity.

 

"We all know the police love to target blacks and Hispanics. Forcing men to wear masks just makes men targets for police profiling. 

 

"What is this a modesty culture? Imagine if the U.S government forced all women to cover up and start wearing hijabs? This is America, not Saudi Arabia."

 

First you are attempting to change the discussion.  You are not being forced to wear "female clothing"  Masks in different situations are gender neutral, depending on the situation.  In fact masks are generally known to be worn by males in most situations.  In fact probably considered 'macho' in some instances.

 

Most police has more important things to do than conduct 'mask checks'.  Show an instance where the authorities in this country harass anyone not wearing a mask.  I avoid and keep my distance when encountering ANYONE without a medical type mask when out in public.

 

HIJABS?  That is a religious practice, not for health reasons. 

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@afisher wrote:

RW admit it, they don't give two hoots about anyone but themselves.   They seem unable to consider that the masks that they are being asked to wear are not about protecting them,  they are about protecting others from their aerosilized spittle.   


Nonsense. I am a man of this world. A natural man. Forcing me to wear a female clothing accessory threatens my masculinity and my gender identity.

 

We all know the police love to target blacks and Hispanics. Forcing men to wear masks just makes men targets for police profiling. 

 

@mimi0000 What is this a modesty culture? Imagine if the U.S government forced all women to cover up and start wearing hijabs? This is America, not Saudi Arabia.

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sunlover posts:

 

A little more kindness, a little less judgement.

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Tell that to tRump, along with a lot less lying.


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