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Re: Wearing a mask makes me feel weak

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Wearing a face mask is simply common courtesy. Your refusing to wear one in public, simply shows selfishness on your part. I would seriously consider giving a $ 100.00 to see him tell that to a Hell's Angle. ...................@cn5621.............I think you have some confusion about the Hell's Angels.
They are not Angles. When I think of angles, I think of fishing. I also know that bikers are some of the kindest people one can ever meet. They are accepting of people who do not always share their views. They are also groups who raise money for children and other people in need.

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Re: Wearing a mask makes me feel weak

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@sp362 wrote:

Moscow45,

 

The next time that you pass a group of bikers wearing bandana face coverings (which they wore even BEFORE Covid-19), I would suggest you do NOT tell them that their masks make them look emasculated and that they are wearing women's clothing.

 

Wearing a face mask is simply common courtesy.  Your refusing to wear one in public, simply shows selfishness on your part.                                                                                             I would seriously consider giving a $ 100.00 to see him tell that to a Hell's Angle. 


 

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Re: Wearing a mask makes me feel weak

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

"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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@Roxanna35 wrote:

"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.


“Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself   
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    Against one's  culture?    

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

"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.


“Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself   
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    Against one's  culture?    

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Wearing a mask makes you feel week apparently you never did basic training in the military, Powderpuff. 

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Re: Wearing a mask makes me feel weak

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I understand those ventilators need to be put down your throat after they sedate you. They are for the seriously sick, maybe some people want to learn THE HARD WAY. 

 

As for me I have COPD asthma and oxygen 24/7. I stay home accept for the Dr's because too many jerks are out there DO NOT care about others. It's all about them. 

 

I don't wear masks, I was born free.  So was I and now I do not want some brainless, selfish person infecting me or mine. 

 

We all have to put up with lots we don't want to, but grow up wear the mask or better yet suck on a pacifier and let the world know what a real man really looks like, A BABY, who thinks only about himself.  

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This "If you wear a mask you're a Democratic Snowflake," and "Don't wear a mask if you're a Trump supporter. If he doesn't wear one, neither will I,"  is getting out of hand. Trump doesn't wear one because he has a self-inflated ego, besides that, he's tested every day. Also, he's a you-know-what stirrer - nothing makes him happier than seeing American's tear each other apart. Don't tell me he loves America. If he did, he would try and bring this country together - the only thing I'm seeing is him egging on our differences, and ignoring our need to be united in our efforts to combat this virus. 

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Why not put a jockstrap over your face, if you  think masks are for sissies?

Wearing a mask is a lot less painful than being intubated on a respirator.

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Not wearing a mask because it's against my culture may not be the dumbest thing I have ever heard, but it is right up there in the TOP 10! 

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I have in my life done many dumb things, but not wearing a mask will not be added to the list. If wearing a mask makes a person feel weak, I wonder what makes them feel strong. I wear a mask out of respect for others. COVID-19 is no joking matter.

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Men who don't wear recommended face coverings are insecure with their masculinity.  Plain and simple.

 

Tell some of them to wear one so they can't be identified and they're on it!

 

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Re: Wearing a mask makes me feel weak

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Moscow45,

 

The next time that you pass a group of bikers wearing bandana face coverings (which they wore even BEFORE Covid-19), I would suggest you do NOT tell them that their masks make them look emasculated and that they are wearing women's clothing.

 

Wearing a face mask is simply common courtesy.  Your refusing to wear one in public, simply shows selfishness on your part.

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