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posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 07:53 PM
Unless we see 2, 369,000 deaths in the USA this year, the whole mask issue is a scam.
Normally we see 723 deaths per year per 100,00 people here, looking at the last 5 year average. That is for 2014-2018
To account for an additional 200k deaths we have to reach that magic number
If we don't we have been lied to

posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 07:56 PM
we say jump
you say how high
youre not an individual
ignore the facts
know your place
and wear your mask

posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 08:51 PM

originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Nyiah

Even an ill fitting mask is better than none.

But I get it, you just don't give a damn.

Readin' along here Phage. Thanks for sticking up for common sense.

Mask wearer 35+ years...I AINT DEAD YET CAUSE I HAVE.

People are stupid. Thnx agn, Phage

posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 10:15 PM

originally posted by: ChiefD

originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: ChiefD
a reply to: oloufo

I wear a mask if I am anywhere where there are people and I’m inside a building, like a store or restaurant. I stay home for the most part. I limit my grocery shopping to once a week and try to stay six feet from others. My grocery store is always crowded, no matter what time I go, so the six feet thing doesn’t always work out. I have about 20 different masks to wear, and I keep buying more. I like them to match my outfits. If I have to wear them, at least I’m gonna try to be somewhat fashionable.

In answer to your question, if I found out I was COVID-19 positive, I would quarantine myself totally for two weeks and then get tested again to make sure I was no longer positive. I would never go out. That would be irresponsible, downright criminal to me. I know that all may not agree with me, especially the alt right that comprise most of this site. I really don’t care what others think. I will do what I feel is morally and ethically right. Screw the haters.

You sound like the hater, though, don’t you see that?

I’m this evil alt-right of which you speak, I guess. Read my posts. Everyone I know that had covid self-quarantined. My mom even self quarantined for two weeks even though she never tested positive for the virus. In fact it took a good deal of my spare time up, because someone had to do the shopping and supply runs for my parents; my
mom didn’t have it, but my dad did, and she didn’t want to possibly carry it outside the house. Most people I know believe a person shouldn’t be forced to wear a mask- it should be the choice of each individual. You want to wear a mask? Go for it. Are you afraid of the non-mask wearers? That’s ok! Stay the #ck home then.

Literally not one person I know thinks it would be ok to know you have ANY virus and yet run around willy-billy. And I know some real assholes. Even the assholes I know wouldn’t do that. So you and your fear-porn addicted compatriots have completely made his sh!t up in your head.

You’re like a bitchy clique of 15 year-old gossipy ugly girls.

All right, you make a good point. I apologize. I’m certainly not perfect. That last comment was nasty though. You don’t have to be a bitch in all your replies to me. I know you hate my guts. Try not to get personal over it okay? Thanks.

You’re right- I am sorry for the nasty comment at the end. I AM a bitch. Please accept my apology.

And I don’t hate your guts. I don’t blame you for thinking that I do, though. What I DO dislike is the public being lied to, which I believe we have been, about this virus. I hate to see people doing exactly what media wants them to do, which is to get all hopped up on fear and then go spreading the fear and wrong information.

What worries me the most is how easily a good portion of the country just laid down as soon as the lockdowns started and the compulsory mask edicts. So many people didn’t even question it; didn’t even think to wonder if having our government tell us we can’t work, can’t be outside in more than groups of ten (?!!!!!), and must wear something on our faces, might be a really bad road to start down. From your posts, I see you in this category. Maybe I’m wrong and you DID question it and came up with the belief that the measures they’ve taken have been necessary and not harmful.

When they take rights and liberties away from us, we don’t get them back. A very mild example is the strip-downs they started requiring of us at airports. 19 years later and we are stilll stripping down. The phone spying- they made it legal for our intelligence agencies to do that, because of “national security” after 9-11, and we never got that privacy back. The list goes on. So now they have even mandated with how many people we are allowed to stand, outdoors!!!! I just don’t see how any of it is a good trend.

Again- so many people just jumped right on board without a thought. In my area, just outside of DC, people were posting, on our neighborhood Next Door app, the numbers to call to report people you saw who were breaking the rules. Neighbors actually calling in other neighbors because they weren’t “social distancing.”

That’s what bothers me the most- the way much of the country bent right over immediately, and then turned rabid and started shaming people who dared to question it all.

Thanks for replying and calling me out on my bitchiness. ❤️

posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 10:24 PM
a reply to: carewemust

You can call me bat# crazy
but i really think staying just in home when have flu-like symptoms. or cold-like symptoms is not to me Worlds best idea.

Because indoor air quality can be much worse than outdoor.

indoor air pollution

What people need is fresh clean air, clean water, clean food, supplements that assist detoxification , proboticts .

The one camp, that i belong believe that there is no virus but flu-like symptoms are caused by if that would be the case, staying in home if there is much worse air than outdoor would be really unhealthy choise IMO .

But i know this subject is confusing, just wanted to give my opinion .

posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 10:27 PM
I have worn the same mask for two weeks when I am out, it sits for a day or two between uses most times. The virus will probably not survive two days before it is degraded and harmless on that mask. If they get dirty, I do open up a new mask to use but sometimes there is a little dirt on my hands and it does make a mark on the mask, often the first time I use it. I am not going to wash my hands if I just move something over in the truck, the truck has tools in it, it makes trips to the landfill about every two weeks or so The bungy cords are sitting on the seat and dirty, some have tar on them from the shingles I hauled to the dump. We also get veggies from friends and there is sand around in the back of the suv.

I know people who are spending four bucks on masks and using them once and discarding them, that is foolish. Just rotate masks, the virus dies in a few days.

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