Bro, the $0.50 per minute it costs them to employ you demands not one second be wasted. There is no time for dilly dallying.
Eh, this one isn't as bad. He also hates the vaxxed for being unthinking sheep that want to go back to everybody being in an open-plan office where you have absolutely zero privacy and you have to pretend that you're busy for 8 hours straight when you really only get about 3 hours of actual work done in an average day. I can't be the only one here that actually enjoyed the transition to working fully remotely, in part exactly because I don't have a boss breathing down my neck. I still get my work done on time and everything, but I can give myself opportunities throughout the day to cool down my brain without getting in trouble. It's really nice and I actually enjoy my job now.
But it's true, people want to go back to a normal that people were never really truly happy about. This guy makes that point.
All very true, but it's also important to keep in sight that God tells us to obey authorities for a reason. While it's true that in a high-trust society, most of what we know as law today is unnecessary and probably largely unjust, do keep in mind that lawlessness is part of why third world countries are low-trust and are third world countries. Even in ancient Israel in the days of the Judges, it was written that every man did what was right in his own eyes, and these days were awful and chaotic.
Don't get me wrong, I won't get mad at you for jaywalking. But it's important to understand that if you are going to disobey or disregard laws, that you need to really think about your reasons for doing so and consider if that is pleasing to God or not.
As for jumping a fence to use a closed bathroom, I will say that possibly falls under the purview of "the sabbath was made for man, not man for the sabbath." If it's an emergency, then yes, jump the fence. But if not, if there's another bathroom within a minute or two of walking, why not use that one instead? There's probably a reason the closed bathroom was closed.
And yes, there are situations when we will have to stand firm and say, "We will rather obey God than men." The !vax mandate is the obvious one where we really ought to thumb our nose at the Sanhedrin.
Remember, Paul wrote that the reason for obedience to government was to keep the rulers on our side as God's agents. This is in the interest of being at peace with all men. The purpose was to keep the likes of good or "neutral" rulers like Pontius Pilate, Governor Abbott, DeSantis, etc. happy with you and people like you so that they will not turn hard of heart and abuse Christians. It's the same principle as being on good terms with your boss at work, inclining him toward providing you with a more relaxed environment and looser rules which keeps you happy and more capable of performing well at your job. It's all about maintaining an orderliness that makes life better for everybody and make people more inclined to hear Christians out on the gospel.
The !vax mandate, again, obviously does not fall into that purview as it is outright tyranny and mark of the beast-esque. Obeying will not make life better for everybody. The people pushing it actively hate their constituents and have a satanic interest in abusing them. It is like having an evil boss who just wants to flex his power. Obedience doesn't make work better for you or anybody else. It just makes it worse because it tells him he can flex even more.
There was actually a thread on /pol/ at one point where people were discussing little acts of rebellion like littering, flushing concrete mix down public toilets, and so on forth. Now, I live in a nice state and a nice town that both oppose the mandate, so doing that would just be self-harm. I wouldn't want to do that to my town and make life harder on everybody and get the mayor angry with us. This is what God had in mind when He told us to obey authorities. My town's authorities are definitely on the side of God as delegates of His authority on earth, and even though not all their laws reflect God's rules, they are still in general avengers of wrongdoing. So I will obey them, even on matters not directly related to God's laws.
But when your authority is punishing you for doing right and rewarding the wrongdoers, they have abdicated their role as God's delegates. But first and foremost, do what pleases God.
I will disobey the mandate to take the vaccine, because the vaccine is too much like the Mark of the Beast and that would be disobeying God. Also because taking the vaccine is self-harm and therefore conflicts with God's command to regard our bodies as the temples of the Holy Spirit. And furthermore, also because the mandate stands against the fundamental principles of the Constitution of the United States, and as a citizen of the US, I am obligated to disobey unconstitutional laws and orders. Therefore, the laws of both God and men compel me to disobey. That is two witnesses against one.