If your Lone Ranger Mask is Unacceptable at the Store

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    • #18150
      MyWhiteStone
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      Here’s a suggestion for someone who has to go into a store but will be blocked for not wearing a mask.  One definitely defiant compliance idea…

      Get some 6″ wide petticoat netting fabric — (remember those 60’s poofy girls’ slips that held dresses way out?) — available online.  Consider getting it in black if you’re white, or vice versa, so that a full mask is clearly visible on your face.  Sew the top edge to some bunting bias tape making it long enough to tie the mask on in the back.  Netting like this would allow you to breathe freely, unimpeded, yet you would still be wearing a mask in the store.  No?

      On second thought, maybe a single layer of cheesecloth would be less scratchy, even if a little more difficult to attach to the cloth tape.  Obvious mask transparency is key.

      Or maybe you ladies could just wear in a bridal veil but snugged up a little under your chin — after all, you’re preparing for your wedding anyway.  Or maybe even consider something stylish like Barbara Eden occasionally wore over her mouth and nose in “I Dream of Jeannie.”

      You could coin this 21st century facial genre “Defiant / Compliant” or something similar, and attach a stylized mysterious “DC” logo tag to subtly suggest you’re actually patriotic.  Objections at stores would all be baseless because you’d be wearing a mask, and arguments might help force mask-insisters to struggle with their insanity, expecting any mask they could afford to actually filter out viruses.

      Your enterprise could probably sell a bunch of these to us defiant conservatives (another possible “DC” meaning) all over the world!  Get in touch maybe with the Trump campaign who might like to associate with more “Determined Conservatives.”

      Better hurry though if you you are going to get in and hoping to prophet :whistle:   from such an enterprise, ’cause we’re virtually gone already.

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    • #18152
      Geri7
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      :mdrmdr: The wedding veil over the head reminds me of some Middle East headgear (i.e. the burkas) some women are forced to wear.  They must be saying ‘oh, we are already in compliance’.  I wonder if the middle eastern men are forced to cover their faces now?  Perhaps this face mask requirement is also being used as mind control to condition the free world countries to accept middle eastern fashion?  I’m pondering now  … will the AC require all the world to dress like the muslims? :unsure:

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    • #18153
      Arthur
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      I just want to wear a wedding veil for our upcoming wedding. :yahoo:

       

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    • #18175
      gratefulforgrace
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      I LOVE this idea!  My mom’s town has now said masks required everywhere except when exercising outside…she can’t stand wearing a mask very long – kinda claustrophobic feeling with them like me- she is a go-er and did her duty of quarantine when Trump said to and she’s done…she is older but her quality of life involves socializing and going a lot…she is miserable at home alone for any length of time…it should be up to individuals to try to sort out facts and make own choices regarding their health and what risks to take…i am going to suggest some lace or netting…awesome!  her husband will totally do it himself!! :mdrmdr:

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    • #18189
      MyWhiteStone
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      Per Wikipedia: “Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome. Cohesiveness, or the desire for cohesiveness, in a group may produce a tendency among its members to agree at all costs. This causes the group to minimize conflict and reach a consensus decision without critical evaluation.”

      George Orwell hinted it might fully blossom a few decades earlier.  1984

      Minimize conflict, huh?  I’ll bet sometime soon non-critical thinkers will actually love Big Brother.

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    • #18194
      Yohanan
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      How about a welder’s mask? Then they wont be able to do a retina scan on you B-)

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    • #18197
      Tammie
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      Ok so I have worn masks and face shields plenty enough while working in the hospital— I do not want to wear it outside of work, pleeaassee even though your net veil idea is pretty cool :mdrmdr: MWS – sorry Yohanan the welder Thingy sounds way too hot and uncomfortable :wacko: :scratch: — home is where I want-to be, I’ve been away to long…… :prayer-hands:

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    • #18203
      tenderreed
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      Ditto Tammie!  TR

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    • #18208
      Watchman35
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      Well, back to your original title of this thread…  If my Lone Ranger mask is unacceptable at the store, there clearly is one best answer for your response.  Hi-Ho Silver, away!!

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    • #18212
      MyWhiteStone
      Moderator

      That’s rich, Watchman35! :whistle:   Hahahaha.

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    • #18213
      tenderreed
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      Or how about, sick um Tonto!

      TR

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      • #18222
        MyWhiteStone
        Moderator

        Careful TR.  Red lives matter.  That was recently pointed out by famed progressive author Ray Cyst.

        By the way, what did Mrs Butterworth assure Aunt Jemimah, much like Tonto used to assure the Lone Ranger?  “I’ve got you covered.”  (that’s really sweet, no?)

        Oh my, I hope they never find out who Dan WhiteStone really is…  My name could probably be sued despite the thin veneer of a pseudonym…

        Maybe I could hide my identity with a new moniker.  Like maybe Lewinski.

        (Voice heard from the other room: Shut up, Dan!)

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    • #18239
      tenderreed
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      Pay attention to the voices!  Your so crazy even I can hear the voices in your head!  And their giving me a headache.

      TR

       

       

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    • #18252
      MyWhiteStone
      Moderator

      You’re telling me, brother?!  It’s crowded in here! :wacko: :-) :whistle: :yes: :mdrmdr: :bye:

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    • #18256
      Tammie
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      MWS & TR, I have often been quoted to say that I don’t want to be cured, all of us (Me, myself, and I) are just fine. We get along just fine. I know my illness, I understand my illness, and I have accepted my illness — so step away from the crowd and unless you are part of this family, ext stage right, thank you very much. :wacko: :calvin

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    • #18259
      tenderreed
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      Again the definition of Heaven:

      That’s a place where everyone thinks the same way and never disagree’s!

      You will see it all my way once we get there, so don’t argue now!

      TR

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    • #18260

      Speaking of masks.  You may find this video pretty interesting…….   Of course brace for the backlash because Senator Vitale did not sterilize and quarantine the meter before testing his next student……

      “Ohio s State Senator Nino Vitale Shows Oxygen Levels Drop in Seconds When Wearing A Mask”

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLKyjXXbhI4

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    • #18306
      Kenneth K Pon
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      Maybe if these are made and worn in Dem-run States, mask usage would no longer be required.

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    • #18311
      MyWhiteStone
      Moderator

      How about “Let America Breathe Again” masks?  (LABA)  Thin ones…  Or as in Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” it could be asserted that any individual who does not actually see us wearing our new LABA masks is patently ignorant.  :yes: :yes: :stinkerbell:

       

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