Wearing a Mask to Protect Against Covid is...

in #informationwar13 days ago

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is like installing a screen door on submarine.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is like wearing green spectacles to protect your eyes from the "brightness and glory" of the emerald city.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is like installing a chain-linked fence to keep mosquitos out of the yard.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is like being complicit during a vampire infestation that nobody knows about until it's too late.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is a not-so-subtle and constant reminder that we are in the "midst of a deadly pandemic" (otherwise we'd forget).

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is agreeing that practicing some superstitions are worth it to keep us all safe. (Don't worry, I won't breath on you)

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is like blowing a trumpet in public, announcing that you are a good obedient citizen and care about the well-being of others... except you don't, you just don't want to be hassled.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is like cutting off your oxygen to spite your lungs.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is hiding the one thing that assures people around you that you are not threatening to them - your smile.

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is less effective than wearing a garlic necklace, according to the Center for Demanding Conformity (CDC)

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Wearing a mask to protect against COVIDS is pointless and you know it. You wear it on your chin, off your nose, hanging from your ear - because no matter how you "wear" it, it doesn't matter, as long as you're wearing a mask.


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I thought masks be more a "Security Blanket' thing.
But I like this mask, you think it as it less threatening?
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If you wore it before the alleged pandemic, then it's not a mask, it's become a part of your skin.

Worn since 1505 AD of the Holy Roman Empire, but actually 2016 for my Mountain Bike Commute.

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Should I throw 🤔 my mask?