Masks After The Mandate Has Been Lifted

Shedlight11

Sparrow
Woman
Other Christian
Yes what we allow is what will continue for our youth. As Christians its our duty to fight for the voiceless.
 

unit414

Robin
Around me, I see about 1/3 to 1/2 of peeps are not wearing masks, even in the places that are still requiring it. And I don't see anyone being called out for it. Well, there is one exception. A local Ace hardware store is enforcing it, and if you walk in without a mask, one of the cashiers WILL say something. One cashier did not seem amused when I referred to it as a "face diaper."

It was tempting to say "Eff that," and walk out, but I really wanted the part to stop a small leak in my bathroom.

I believe at some point this summer the mask mandates will pretty much be done and we will have our freedom back. However, I am also predicting that if there is some new COVID "variant," and cases/deaths start going up again and they try to reinstate the masks, there is going to be a lot of resistance.
 
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TexasJenn

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox Inquirer
I'm only wearing it indoors because 99.5% of people around me are. Most places I go inside still have signs saying they require or strongly recommend masks. While I think it's nonsense and I don't want to wear it, it draws way too much attention not to wear it. I'm strong yet sensitive, and I don't want to deal with all that weird energy coming at me while I'm just trying to run errands.

I think people walking around outside in masks look ridiculous and sad - but hey, we all have free choice and that's a good thing.
 

unit414

Robin
Yeah masks were evil but they won that battle. We are almost 2 years into this now and I've accepted that and moved on to other issues, like the vax. Point being: Just because you see someone still wearing a mask doesn't make them a cuck.
If someone wears a mask because they HAVE to, to get into some place that they really need to go (doctors office, or a store they really need something from), then they are not a cuck.

But the people wearing them outside, or in a place they aren't required to, then they are either virtue-signaling or scared little children. In those cases, they are absolutely cucks of the highest order.

What is really pissing me off is seeing kids... running around on a soccer field, or playing basketball in a gym, having to play their sport with masks on. Children ARE NOT vectors for this virus, for whatever reason. Forcing them to do this whole face diaper thing is beyond absurd. And the idiot parents going along with it are morons.
 
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Shedlight11

Sparrow
Woman
Other Christian
If someone wears a mask because they HAVE to, to get into some place that they really need to go (doctors office, or a store they really need something from), then they are not a cuck.

But the people wearing them outside, or in a place they aren't required to, then they are either virtue-signaling or scared little children. In those cases, they are absolutely cucks of the highest order.

What is really pissing me off is seeing kids... running around on a soccer field, or playing basketball in a gym, having to play their sport with masks on. Children ARE NOT vectors for this virus, for whatever reason. Forcing them to do this whole face diaper thing is beyond absurd. And the idiot parents going along with it are morons.
I have never met my cousins newest child because they are petrified. They did a "drive-by" birthday where you drop the gift and go. I was not wearing a mask and I gave my cousins baby her gift ( the older one). She ran away from me because I did not have a mask. The kid literally backed away like I was a stranger. To see a child so petrified is so sad to me. Psychological abuse that will further help big pharmas pocket in the future.
 

Shedlight11

Sparrow
Woman
Other Christian
I'm only wearing it indoors because 99.5% of people around me are. Most places I go inside still have signs saying they require or strongly recommend masks. While I think it's nonsense and I don't want to wear it, it draws way too much attention not to wear it. I'm strong yet sensitive, and I don't want to deal with all that weird energy coming at me while I'm just trying to run errands.

I think people walking around outside in masks look ridiculous and sad - but hey, we all have free choice and that's a good thing.
How about in the car alone. You can always tell who wears a mask in the car because they drive like CRAP.
 

Vigilant

Kingfisher
Woman
Protestant
This is the 'return' of King Jesus in the judgement of a nation, now including all the nations for cuckery.
Cuckery is insidious 'love' for our neighbours.

Not to say it's cuckery in every situation to act like a cuck though.

Jesus is rescuing His own, hiding them to survive this cuckery pandemic, and while the ungodly reap what they sow, commiting their own suicide,
His remnant will in future openly continue rebuilding His civilization.

Let the 'dead' bury the 'dead', the Bible declares.
 

Shedlight11

Sparrow
Woman
Other Christian
This is the 'return' of King Jesus in the judgement of a nation, now including all the nations for cuckery.
Cuckery is insidious 'love' for our neighbours.

Not to say it's cuckery in every situation to act like a cuck though.

Jesus is rescuing His own, hiding them to survive this cuckery pandemic, and while the ungodly reap what they sow, commiting their own suicide,
His remnant will in future openly continue rebuilding His civilization.

Let the 'dead' bury the 'dead', the Bible declares.
If this is what has to come for Jesus to come back than so be it!

The end is near and he is calling his own.

Too many people are comfortable and comfortable in their sin.

They are too attached to this world not realizing it's such a temporary space.

They are willing to hand themselves right over to Satan, if it means that they can go out to dinner or go on vacation.

They are like children in the sense of "doing what feels good", but worse off because they lack innocence.

Little do they know that if they just listened, that the Lord has a paradise prepared for us.

Eternal salvation or a trip to Mexico.....

I am going with eternal salvation.
 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
I tend to disagree. No offense to you @Max Roscoe and we're both Christian men, so I don't mean this to be belligerently confrontational but have you considered what your fear of being yelled at means for my children?
What I'm saying is I didn't even notice the CDC had changed their mind (again) about wearing masks, and anyway that announcement was not going to make me stop wearing the mask that I was reluctantly wearing. The CDC is irrelevant to me and the reason why I caved and started wearing a mask already had nothing to do with the CDC. They can go pound sand and their "masks are bad" "no masks are good" "ok masks are not needed anymore even tho the virus is still here" propaganda is meaningless to me.

The point is not everyone who caved and wore the face diaper was wearing it because the CDC told them to. I'm not paying attention to the CDC to even know what they are telling me to do, but I'm also not following their advice at all if I do hear about it.

Masks are a bad idea (mostly for psychological reasons), but what's even worse than having a piece of cloth over your face is blindly following the illogical advice of a corrupt bureaucracy, so those who immediately threw off their masks when they heard this "good news" are worse in my eyes than those who masked up everywhere they went already. The issue is much more about CONTROL than it is about FABRIC.

If someone never caved to the mask stuff, kudos to you. But for the other 99% of us, we did make compromises and the CDC did not enter into that decision at all for me.
 

Callixtus

Robin
Catholic
My local grocery store removed the large "mask required" signs on the door and replaced them with much smaller "mask required for non-vaccinated individuals" signs. I went in without a mask as I've done before, but only saw a handful of other people not masked. Two were chad types, one was a old dude with a Korean War vet hat on, and on my way out another guy took his mask off when he saw me without one on.

I think the average person is conditioned to comply.

Update: went to the store again today and there's about 50% non-masking among customers and even employees as well. I also noticed that the fellow non-masked were open to chat chat and small talk like it's 2019 again. The masked were still frantically buzzing around avoiding others like a bunch of busy bees, however.
 

Aloha50

Sparrow
Protestant
I'm curious where you guys live. I'm in Utah and masks are no longer required anywhere. I would say on average about 85% of the people are not wearing masks. I suspect it's the same in other more sane states like Fla, TX, Idaho, etc.
 

TexasJenn

Woodpecker
Woman
Orthodox Inquirer
99.5% of people are wearing masks indoors everywhere I go. The majority of businesses are still requiring masks. I live in a suburb outside a major Texas city and I've seen this in the city and burbs. I'm pretty sure the further you get from the city, the less you see masks. I think population density of your area is a bigger factor than what state you're in. In other words, more rural = fewer masks.
 

EndlessGravity

Pelican
Protestant
I'm curious where you guys live. I'm in Utah and masks are no longer required anywhere. I would say on average about 85% of the people are not wearing masks. I suspect it's the same in other more sane states like Fla, TX, Idaho, etc.

FL and GA are still at 50% wearing them but it depends on where you're going.
 

ScannerLIV

Woodpecker
But the people wearing them outside, or in a place they aren't required to, then they are either virtue-signaling or scared little children. In those cases, they are absolutely cucks of the highest order.


:laughter:

I was wondering when someone was going to use this expression. I have never seen it used here or anywhere else.
 

Goldilocks

Chicken
Woman
I'm in NJ and masks are everywhere. Stores now have signs saying only vaxed don't have to wear them. But still most people do. The psyop is strong here. Churches still require them and so does my job. People still wear them outside too. And in their cars. Its total clown world. They are literally afraid of fresh air.
 
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