This Diaper Report issues from the parking lot of my local Kroger supermarket where, as you can see, the wearing of the Holy Rag remains an article of . . . well, faith. The good news to report is that heresy seems to be spreading. Not counting myself, I encountered three other face-showers within the store – including a bearded good ol’ boy I exchanged salutations of sanity with.
I have noticed the same wan but nonetheless waxing trend at other gathering places in my area, including Lowes and Home Depot. Most of the people duly Diapered but a noticeable health minority sans their mouth-and-nose Yarmulke.
Part of this may be due to wan enforcement. These stores do not accost the apostate; they are free to ignore the sign, as in other places of worship. But – hope springs here – they may grow tired of being told they are about to die and yet never seem to even get sick.
Yes, yes . . . the cases! the cases! Even that wanes as the repetition becomes tiresome – in the manner (for those who remember) the color-coded Terror Alert referred to almost as often during the last mass panic, that time over ululating jihadis got tired after awhile, too.
One senses that people are getting . . . sick of it all.
In particular, the obnoxious lectures – and in some cases, threats – regarding how many (if any) of our friends and family members we’ll be allowed to see over Thanksgiving . . . the obnoxious lectures and threats emanating from creeps like Gesundeitsfuhrer of California Gavin Newsome, who was caught having chow with as many of his pals as he pleased, all of them Undiapered. Or the even creepier Nancy Pelosi, who need not fear any virus since they are threat only to the living. It is why she took her walking embalming show to the Hair Dresser’s she’d ordered closed, ordered open just for her – also Undiapered.
The Gesundheitsfuhrer of Oregon, Kate Brown, threatens to Hut! Hut! Hut! family dinners of more than she allows. But gatherings of those she likes – the BLM/Antifa thugs – are protected from the Hut! Hut! Hut!
Obergesundheitsfuhrer Cuomo of New York has set up Hogan’s Heroes style checkpoints, only these Sergeant Schultzes aren’t funny.
Nor the actions of the Republican Gesundheitsfuhrer of Maryland – Larry Hogan – who has decreed that subjects in his state have no constitutional right to not wear the Holy Rag. He is siccing High Visibility Compliance Units – the state police – on any who dare to decline enrollment in the Cult.
A brave gym owner in NY, along with several brave associates, backed-down a crew of Hut! Hut! Huttters! sent to harass him for improper obeisance to the Holy Vestment. They kicked the Rag-wearing simps off their private property.
This is to be celebrated. It may finally have gone too far.
I certainly hope so – and convey that wish to all of you, in addition to my thanks for helping me to not lose faith in humanity at a time when it is very easy to do just that. I receive private correspondence daily from people who are sick of Sickness Kabuki and aren’t going to take it anymore.
This site reaches thousands of people, giving them clear evidence that they are not the last sane people in the country and that sickness of the mental variety can be returned to the asylum, where it belongs.
Provided it is stood up to and not permitted to normalize itself. Provided the Gesundheitsfuhrers are made to understand that their bleats aren’t binding and that while they are free to found and form a religious movement they are not free to force free men and women to join or be obliged to kowtow to it.
That’s the message of this Diaper Report on the eve of Thanksgiving.
My best wishes to all for a free – not a saaaaaaaaaaaaafe – one and a better year ahead.
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