Typhoon Tip Posted July 6, 2021 Share Posted July 6, 2021 I sense an gray area fomenting slowly in interpretation wrt to human rights/constitution, when it comes to private vs public access and this mask imposition. There are many private establishments that are requiring masks around this borderline rural township area of Littleton to Ayer Mass, while the public thoroughfares of centroid demographics and/or larger market venues in general, are not. I walked headlong in blithe into a Hunter Appliance store as recent as last week and was knee-jerk excoriated, "Sir sir ... SIR!" Oh my god oh my god oh my god... by two masked-impugn-ammo wielding gun load germaphobes ... toeing the line for their "..Boss's insistence..." as the guy espoused. Jesus, calm the f* down. I mean I was the only potential client in the place, and judging by the pall of soothing factory smells hanging in the stuffy air, probably the first one in days I'm guessing and I got that reaction? They sat with headsets, imprisoned inside a plexiglass enclosure that was riveted - actual rivets at the seams - together to form a cubical. This sucker looked hermetically sealed at a glance, an island out amidst what I must assume was a show room modeling contaminated household appliances. I mean, non-confrontation but the whole thing to me is both stupid and questions the 'rights' of individuals vs mask imposition. It does, because part of rights are established by what is right and wrong - and that setting.... IS F*C*I*G WRONG, but an asshole's paranoid stupidity and lording power over his business owership - I guess the best deterrent will be that people stop shopping at his establishment - guaranteed this jaggov will suddenly see through a nimrod's morass of fear, relaxing posture when money becomes automagically more urgent than a disease - lol. It's all hypocrisy and bullshit. Fine, it's not that big of a deal to me to be inconvenienced for 10 minutes while I pick out a refrigerator. Your establishment - you set the rules. But, that doesn't allow you to prevent other ethnicities and races, does it. Mm. interesting - what's the difference. You don't know if that person has a disease, you only have fear and stereotypes. Well, that's racism incarnate- just because we point it at a new color, the mechanics are the same. You're making an assumption to justify a exclusionary practices. Eventually, liberals will start screaming about this - prediction. 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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