Here’s the latest reader question, along with my reply!
Daniel asks: I’m just a 57-year-old living in Massachusetts. A very locked down state. I have been wavering on again off again with mask wearing from the beginning. I have had confrontations here and there. My wife is a nurse and does not believe in it although she wears it at work under obligation. Being exasperated I have giving in to wearing a gator although I never really wear it correctly. you really get tired of the Karen’s and I have a lot of places I need to go into that harass you. My question is You have never worn a mask; how do you continually deal with employees and local business owners demanding you put one on? Really love to know some of your experiences, and do you just not go to businesses that make you?
My reply: The simple answer is I just don’t wear a Diaper. Period. Ever. If a store or whatever refuses to deal with me unless I Diaper, I don’t deal with them. This has of course limited where I am able to go, as in the “case” of the coffee shop I used to frequent that refused to serve me unless I pretended to believe in their sickness by pretending I am sick or afraid of getting sick, by wearing that god-damned Rag. I now drink coffee at home.
And use all my powers to expose and mock the Diapering Freaks.
I am lucky in that I can still shop and work out without wearing the Rag – my gym does not require them and my local supermarket policy doesn’t enforce Rag-wearing – but if a time comes when that is no longer possible, I will find alternatives, such as buying gym equipment for my home – perhaps in league with friends of mine who feel the same way and absolutely will not Diaper. There is always a way to get food, too.
I realize – I appreciate – that it is hard to make this commitment but I regard it as vital to make this commitment, unless we wish to accept unprecedented tyranny in the name of “health” forever, amen.
Not me. Which is why I will never put that god-damned Rag over my face.
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