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The audacity of some people (let's be real: generally older men) to tell others to smile. Who do they think they are? Rep that long hair \m/
But anyway, I'm fully vaccinated and I've still been wearing a mask when leaving the house, although I've started wearing it on my wrist when on walks, putting it on if I pass someone on the sidewalk. It's mostly a courtesy; other people whom I see usually do the same thing.
I think as restrictions at the offices, stores, restaurants, etc. open up I'll generally stop wearing one. I will, however, put one on if I'm sick and going out in public for whatever reason. Too many times have I been guilty of not taking a sick day when I probably should.
> The audacity of some people (let's be real: generally older men) to tell others to smile. Who do they think they are?
The hell of it is I'm one of the older men (40+) myself, but apparently look at least a decade younger. I've *never* done this to other people myself.
I have to say it makes me a *little* sympathetic to people who want to wear firearms in public. But only a little.
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