I don't think you agree with Kirk completely, unless you think mask wearers are stupid?vikeinmontana wrote: ↑Tue Sep 08, 2020 11:44 amI mean, that almost proves my point more than anything. You picked one outlandish thing a public figure said and found an extreme example of someone listening to a stupid opinion. That's exactly what I'm talking about. I'm not a political person at all because I think they're all pretty awful. Trump says things all the time that have me scratching my head. But I'm an adult. I make my own choices. If I did something because the POTUS said to, that's on me....not him.YikesVikes wrote: ↑Mon Sep 07, 2020 8:03 pm
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Face it, the average American isn't too bright, think about the others below them. Our celebraties have a responsibility. They can have an opinion and they can be critized for it. Thats the societly agreement.
Like I said, I agree with Kirk completely on this. The science and stats say he has no reason to be fearful of the virus whatsoever. And despite that, he's still doing what he's being made to do in hopes of protecting others. Just as I think most people are. I'm not even a little worried about the virus. I've been working every single day throughout the entire ordeal, and have been in contract with thousands of people. I wear masks when I should, wash my hands often, and give people space. It's a pretty easy concept and I can't pinpoint why some seem to be so angry at others if they don't share their view that this virus is the scariest thing of our lives?
and another thing to ponder (not directed at you). You usually don't know you have an underlying condition, until you do. Those that are overweight or borderline obese, have high blood pressure, kidney, liver issues, you'd be in the "died because of underlying conditions" category.
Anyone here a little overweight, borderline high bp?