Oh mighty Arkleseizure, thou gazed from high above. And sneezed from out thy nostrils, a gift of bounteous love. The universe around us emerged from thy nose. Now we await with eager expectation, thy handkerchief, to bring us back to thee.
Let us pray. Oh mighty one, we raise our noses to you blocked and unblown, send the handkerchief O blessed one that we may be wiped clean.
[Everyone in the congregation sneezes simultaneously]
In Tokyo they wear masks because the air quality is so poor.During my travel to Japan, I noticed that a lot of people there were wearing masks. I've been told that when someone there isn't feeling good, they wear a mask out of consideration and respect for the health of others. It's just the way they've been doing things for years now. Having been there and being able to contrast their behavior with that of what I've been seeing here, at home, during this whole COVID thing is a real eye opener about the differences in behavior. Japan has had under a 1,000 deaths due to COVID-19.
Both reasons actually. I work in a job where I have to yell over aircraft to be heard, it is always a chore to get Asians to yell without covering their mouth.In Tokyo they wear masks because the air quality is so poor.
Tokyo isn't the only place where they wear masks. It was a practice I observed it in other places too.In Tokyo they wear masks because the air quality is so poor.
That is exactly right. People are so consumed with running scared and enabling the libatards to continue to make fools of us. Masks were mandated in April and May. Now in July it is encouraged but NOT required!!the day after the election, the virus will disappear since this is all Bull$hit, only tring to hurt TRUMP, and before you Trolls start, the libatards said it themselves
I don't have to wear a mask because in July it is not required. As far as everyone else, hey if you are running scared then by all means put a rag on your little face. But I don't.If you can't wear a mask properly, then don't go into public spaces.
It's not just about you, but everyone else too.
So if someone has the virus on their hands that means they either have it or touched something that had it on it, so it probably was or is in the air at one point. I dont think it poses too much a risk to me if someone else touches their mask.not with people constantly touching the damn thiung