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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.

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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late
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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late

    Whatever the fuck that means...

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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late

    Whatever the fuck that means...
    would you like me to walk you through it?
    Apply shame. Apply fame. The crook and the flail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late

    Whatever the fuck that means...
    would you like me to walk you through it?

    I have little interest in boiling frogs.

    But I'll let you know when I start giving a fuck.

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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late

    Whatever the fuck that means...
    would you like me to walk you through it?

    I have little interest in boiling frogs.

    But I'll let you know when I start giving a fuck.
    it's an analogy. but you decided not to scroll past
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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late
    Bringing back the classics eh. At the very least they help minimize the risk of something we as a Country have completely botched the response to and were a reality in my profession long before Covid became a political football. Next person going to the Dentist be sure to tell the staff to go bareback while they breathe down your gullet for hours of work. I don't really like wearing pants when I shop but dems da rules.

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    Selfishness has exacerbated the situation. We could have had this under control by now. But people had to party hearty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    Absolutely. Bullseye.

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    Default Re: Covid- 19 - Second wave

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late
    Bringing back the classics eh. At the very least they help minimize the risk of something we as a Country have completely botched the response to and were a reality in my profession long before Covid became a political football. Next person going to the Dentist be sure to tell the staff to go bareback while they breathe down your gullet for hours of work. I don't really like wearing pants when I shop but dems da rules.
    your lateral movement is better than lomas. so minimize not prevent? a dentists mask wouldn't prevent them inhaling the virus yeh?
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    City wide bar closures again. Crazy thing is we were ones who held off on even stage 2 openings out of precaution but now we're ticking up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Well I think Fauci is pretty clear in what he's saying. The term "quarantine fatigue" is a good one and accurately describes what probably is driving a lot of people to go out and do things they weren't doing two months ago. If you combine that with the natural tendencies of some people to chafe under authority, or look at everything as "they're trying to deny me of my rights"...... then it's probably a perfect storm brewing and probably why other pandemics in the past have had second waves. Because people are people and every era has had those who buck authority or just get tired of being cooped up. We'll see how it all pans out, but it doesn't look good.
    Many different variables but off the top I think it really does reveal just how selfish we are. Basically it was what, 2 months of some uncomfortable and yes costly limitations for many depending on location. It became 100 percent politicized. We're an impatient tunnel vision society demanding instant gratification. I cringe when I hear the simplicity of wearing a mask inside of a store equated to 'violating my rights'. Our 'rights' are trampled every day on a far graver scale. We've become truly out of touch.
    do you believe masks work? it's the boiling frog analogy. a little bit at a time so you don't notice until it's to late
    Bringing back the classics eh. At the very least they help minimize the risk of something we as a Country have completely botched the response to and were a reality in my profession long before Covid became a political football. Next person going to the Dentist be sure to tell the staff to go bareback while they breathe down your gullet for hours of work. I don't really like wearing pants when I shop but dems da rules.
    your lateral movement is better than lomas. so minimize not prevent? a dentists mask wouldn't prevent them inhaling the virus yeh?
    Next time you have work done or a surgical procedure of any type preformed tell the half dozen strangers in the room no masks required because you're bullet proof and all.

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