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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Knight View Post
    I have a better idea. Stop wearing masks.
    Just one of the "herd" , then , are we ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Knight View Post
    I have a better idea. Stop wearing masks.
    It all theater. Like there is a reason to be wearing mask when you are outside.

    Also you could see on Drive to Survive when they were out of the public eye, they don't wear their masks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagwan View Post
    Just one of the "herd" , then , are we ?
    No, one of the flock BAAAA...gwan

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    Watch Hamilton, he will have a mask with valve at time.
    Yes, he was wearing that type at the last race. Some also wear masks with the slits. Neither type is allowed in many doctors' offices here in my state.

    As for the constant touching and readjusting, I noticed that last year and found it annoying to watch. Both Vettel and Leclerc seemed to be most affected. Not sure why. Since Vettel still does it (though maybe not as much) at Aston, maybe something to do with the shape of his face? But I suspect that it's more to do with the mask designs, as I've notice it with other drivers too.

    Here in the U.S., when people try to debate mask protocols, I'm still amazed at how many people STILL do not realize that the mask wearer is protecting others from transmission, not himself.
    "Every generation's memory is exactly as long as its own experience." --John Kenneth Galbraith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jag_Warrior View Post
    Yes, he was wearing that type at the last race. Some also wear masks with the slits. Neither type is allowed in many doctors' offices here in my state.
    I'm surprised to read that.. Slits would make the masks pretty much a token gesture.
    On first seeing them I thought the slits must be more for fit and they must still have filter material behind them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zico View Post
    No, one of the flock BAAAA...gwan
    Have you herd of heard immunity ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jag_Warrior View Post

    Here in the U.S., when people try to debate mask protocols, I'm still amazed at how many people STILL do not realize that the mask wearer is protecting others from transmission, not himself.
    I find it amazing that people don't seem to realize that the more who are infected , the more possibility of more mutations we haven't seen yet .
    The ones we have already seen make it primarily easier to be infected , but there are also trends showing younger people becoming more seriously effected more often .

    The real doomsday view is to postulate that it never does go away .
    I do hope this isn't the case , and I don't believe it will be , but ignoring health warnings and not obeying masking protocol will only extend the time frame for them being mandated .

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    Historically, pandemics are generally worse in year 2 and 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    Historically, pandemics are generally worse in year 2 and 3.
    Itís not a pandemic, not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Knight View Post
    It’s not a pandemic, not even close.
    Is there any irony present when a guy named after a character from a Monty Python movie who wouldn't accept reality questions reality ?

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