Study shows face masks don’t stop infections

Probably the exact same amount as if I did wear a mask everywhere. But I have infected 0 since I have never had Covid and no one around me has had it. And to tell you exactly how selfish I am, we had a full family get together for Thanksgiving AND Christmas. The horror, right. I know I know, Shame on me.
 

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Probably the exact same amount as if I did wear a mask everywhere. But I have infected 0 since I have never had Covid and no one around me has had it. And to tell you exactly how selfish I am, we had a full family get together for Thanksgiving AND Christmas. The horror, right. I know I know, Shame on me.
And you know you never had covid because...?
 
I’ve been tested numerous times and have had the antibody test as well.

Also, no one I’m in direct contact with me has had it either.
It doesn't matter what logic you apply here. You have to wear masks forever in order to signal your compliance and make sure everyone else knows that you're protecting them. Optics are more important than practicality here since we can't trust people to make decisions on their own.
 
It doesn't matter what logic you apply here. You have to wear masks forever in order to signal your compliance and make sure everyone else knows that you're protecting them. Optics are more important than practicality here since we can't trust people to make decisions on their own.
If we can't trust people to make decisions on their own, then:
- Why let them drive those 2 ton metal boxes called 'cars'? It's a lethal weapon as many accidents prove each and every day.
- Why let them fornicate at the age they choose, pouring helpless babies onto the society?
- Why let them eat that crap one can buy at Walmart (since that's the number one cause of excess weight and all the related health problems)?
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Actually you might get rid of all personal freedoms on the ground that 'people are not up to the task to govern their own lives'. That's what they tried at the darker half of the globe at it was called Communism. I've spent 20 years of my life in that system, so I do know what I'm talking about. Think about it: all setups, which absolve people of personal responsibilities (and the task of taking care of themselves) at the expense of restricting natural, everyday actions of other people, is just a well-disguised way to implement Communism again.
 
If we can't trust people to make decisions on their own, then:
- Why let them drive those 2 ton metal boxes called 'cars'? It's a lethal weapon as many accidents prove each and every day.
- Why let them fornicate at the age they choose, pouring helpless babies onto the society?
- Why let them eat that crap one can buy at Walmart (since that's the number one cause of excess weight and all the related health problems)?
.
.
.

Actually you might get rid of all personal freedoms on the ground that 'people are not up to the task to govern their own lives'. That's what they tried at the darker half of the globe at it was called Communism. I've spent 20 years of my life in that system, so I do know what I'm talking about. Think about it: all setups, which absolve people of personal responsibilities (and the task of taking care of themselves) at the expense of restricting natural, everyday actions of other people, is just a well-disguised way to implement Communism again.
I'm sorry. It's a scary cycle to watch. I'm thankful I was born in a generation that mostly got to enjoy the freedoms this country was built upon. The next generation has a hard road to walk. Entropy applies just as equally to freedom as to all things. Unless enough people actively work to preserve it then it will give way before tyranny in time. It'll happen faster than anybody thinks and then it'll be up to our grandkids generation to try and reach for freedom again if they can. Our current generation has forgotten about the terrors of Communism, they weren't taught about how many people died under communism and they don't fear it like they should.
 

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