- Mar 20, 2008
- Professional Status
- Licensed Appraiser
I don't know how many of you believe in masks, but I refuse to wear them. I don't think they work and they are bad for your health. It is another way they want to control us by taking away our personalities and keeping us in line like little sheep. If a business won't let me in without a mask I don't do business with them. If they have a sign on the door requiring a mask I go in without one and 95% of the time no one says anything. If someone says something I tell them I don't wear a mask for health reasons. If they insist I wear a mask, I just leave, no big deal.
If you want to wear a mask that's your right, and I respect that. But respect my right not to wear one. Dr. Mercola explains the hazards of masks for the lungs and the environment:
It's estimated that 129 billion face masks are used worldwide each month. Find out the possible effects of this on the environment and human health:articles.mercola.com
They haven't really tied the two together yet. 6.8 million is a bunch of people. However I feel sorry for the lady that had a blood clot and died and her family.My guess is that they will find a common factor among those affected. Just a guess.
It's not in my home county inside a business. They put down a mandate. When you go through the front door there are signs everywhere that says a mask is "required".To mask or not to mask, that is the question.
"The main findings of this study should be interpreted in the context of a large body of evidence showing sex differences in COVID-19 survival. COVID-19 appears to affect men more severely than women" https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(20)30396-5/fulltextI step out and what do I see. All y'all crazy beliefs of some kind of mask conspiracy. Ridiculous.
Wearing mask is better than wearing no mask during this pandemic. It's a fact. No brainer.
Vaccines are the way to go in wiping out this virus.
J&J vaccine is unfortunate and fortunately only a tiny segment has been adversely affected - women ages 16 to 48 with prior blood issues.
My understanding is that when the vaccine was tested (like many), it was tested mainly on males. Why more women weren't study, I don't know.
Why didn't the FDA or CDC ask why more women weren't considered in the trials, I don't know.
Ah, I see accuse some of us as Conspiracy Nuts and then go on to point out your own Conspiracy Nut theory.That's another systemic issue for another time.