I didn't claim it.Yes, lots of people have to wear masks. That doesn't mean they like the feeling. Surgeons don't wear masks on the way home from surgery.Lots of people have to wear masks on the job. Strangely they don't have the experience that's so widespread amongst the deniers. Finding a mask suffocating is the outlier reaction. They don't screen medical school students for how they react to masks despite the 100% certainty they will have to wear them at times during their training.
The fact that you wear masks in your car, alone, for ten minutes, is a sign you are an outlier. That's not normal. You are not normal. It's okay to not be normal. It's not okay to pretend your experience is universal and everyone else is a liar.
I'm certainly not the only one who does it.
No, I don't.You just assume the people you see alone with a mask are nut cases
Of course it's those people. And the fact that you don't think ten minutes alone is enough of a period paints you as an outlier. You don't take it off because you are not as bothered as most people are.rather than realizing it's just people who don't consider it worth taking off for a short period.
So what? I'm not arguing that the high grade ones are not more comfortable. They probably are. But you also don't appear to understand that the people wearing the high-grade ones are very serious about masking up and are more willing than the average person to trade off their comfort for perceived protection.Or consider another observation: I would say the portion of the population wearing the high grade stuff is in the 5-10% range around here--and I can't recall ever seeing someone remove one as soon as they were outdoors.
Toddlers rip off masks when they are first given them. Yes, you can train toddlers to not do so, but you are entirely missing the point. It is instinctive to not want to have things over our nose and mouth.And the fact that you are tripling down on your 'denier' bullshit should make you ashamed but I'm sure it doesn't.
Toddlers rip off masks when you try to put them on them. I saw my mother struggle to breathe when she was in hospital because she was required to wear a mask (adding to the pain she was experiencing). You just have no empathy and no fucking idea.
I've seen plenty of toddlers not ripping off masks.
I did not say it was impossible. You missed the point.Notably, in every case they were Asian. Their parents actually took the time to teach them to wear a mask rather than consider it impossible.
Yeah, this is the last exchange I'm having with you about this, because I would like to write exactly what I think of your attitude but I don't feel like getting banned again.I deny it because in almost all cases is psychosomatic.Well, the mask theatre continues, and so now we have a situation where it does almost nothing, and people suffer needlessly (suffering that I acknowledge you simply deny because it suits you).When the mandate was first made the low-grade stuff was still a big help and the good stuff wasn't available. Mandating N95 wasn't an option. (And a political football whether it was N95 or N95/KN95/KF94.)