Hey there cool cats and kittens. Tennessean here. Got some more info for ya. It was put out that the government won't enforce masks, but that
businesses can still enforce it. Also, businesses can and should be operating at full capacity instead of the BS 70% or whatever it was.
Here in the great state of Tennessee we've been able to walk around outside without masks pretty much the entire darn time. Law enforcement to my
knowledge never really out any effort into enforcing it, and businesses only tried to enforce it for a short while.
Most people are of the mindset that if you want to wear it, then wear it, but if not, then don't.
The only people who get all in a tizzy are the people you'd expect to, and thankfully most of the people here are sane and just exchange that knowing
look when someone starts getting a little
emotional. Those mask lovers are the same ones who are scared of anything that exists outside the
boundaries of their own owns (some of them are scared of their own homes as well.)
Their commentary is that even though they've had their two shots they're going to continue wearing masks even though good ol' Joe says the CDC says
it's okay to now go outside without a mask, because they don't trust anyone and will continue to live in fear the rest of their lives. Therefore, they
will continue wearing a mask for the rest of their lives.
Social programming at it's finest.
Most of us have carried on as normal as we could outside of the frustration of not being able to shop at the local specialty shops, and losing their
businesses and jobs.
Yet, these vocal few can be seen skittering around in a panic, wide-eyed and hysteric.
It looks weird. You can tell they're a nervous wreck. Jerky movements, raised hysterical voices. It's a wonder they ever leave home at
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