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5 minutes ago, happycamper said:

my youngest dislikes them mostly because her nose isn't big enough to hold them up, my oldest picks out cute ones and accessorizes around them. either way, no hatred.

 

I'll tell you what my kids hated more than masks was being forced to wash their hands so often they cracked and bled. Even after I talked to the teachers and principal they would not relent on their asinine policy. That's pretty much child abuse. 

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5 minutes ago, happycamper said:

my youngest dislikes them mostly because her nose isn't big enough to hold them up, my oldest picks out cute ones and accessorizes around them. either way, no hatred.

you spout a constant torrent of non-supported statements that all coincidentally allow bob to be as lazy as possible, what is one more?

My daughter has about 25 different mask with every color and design you can think of. 

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1 minute ago, bornontheblue said:

You are a Fu&$%!g moron. 

It has been pointed out repeatedly to you why masks work , time and time again in this forum.  I get that you have a shit filled cranium and it's difficult for you to understand. 

Explain why schools with NO MASKS did as well as school with masks, moron. 

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1 minute ago, Bob said:

I'll tell you what my kids hated more than masks was being forced to wash their hands so often they cracked and bled. Even after I talked to the teachers and principal they would not relent on their asinine policy. That's pretty much child abuse. 

yeah that would absolutely suck especially in such a dry climate. That performative bullshit is counterproductive and pisses me off. 

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Explain why schools with NO MASKS did as well as school with masks, moron. 

probably because you're misunderstanding correlation and causation

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11 minutes ago, Bob said:

What if. I told you. Masks didn't do jack +++++ing shit. To slow the virus?

You're a bitch if you wear one. Mask non-compliance is how this is going to end.

I bet all of you mask-wearing sheep would stick a dildo up your ass if the CDC told you it would keep you safe.

Hmmm. I hadn't heard you say this. Well, I guess if you end up being right I would say I was mildly inconvenienced, but it was still worth the effort until we knew definitively one way or the other. Could help. Can't hurt. Seems more rational than spending 18 months on a message board whining like, to use your term, a bitch. 

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6 minutes ago, Bob said:

Explain why schools with NO MASKS did as well as school with masks, moron. 

Urban areas required them, rural more conservative places didn't. I would guess larger classroom sizes is a big correlative. 

Also I think masks do very little the way they are used/enforced in schools. 7 year olds can't wear them properly or keep them on. Kids are always touching each other too.

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Just now, happycamper said:

yeah that would absolutely suck especially in such a dry climate. That performative bullshit is counterproductive and pisses me off. 

probably because you're misunderstanding correlation and causation

Exactly.  Are they using multi factor regression analyses to determine the strength of the correlation and make sure it isn't other factors, or not cherry picked data. Probably not.  

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26 minutes ago, Bob said:

I'll tell you what my kids hated more than masks was being forced to wash their hands so often they cracked and bled. Even after I talked to the teachers and principal they would not relent on their asinine policy. That's pretty much child abuse. 

Were there people in the bathrooms forcing kids to wash hands?  Why didn't you just switch schools if there were prison guards outside the bathroom?  Seems like your fragility could have been eased that way.

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If CA still had the tiered system in place, the metrics for SD County two weeks ago would have placed us in the red tier.

However, unlike March-April 2020, people are going on with a false sense of security either thinking they have unicorn immunity from COVID (despite data as well as the published, peer reviewed evidence indicating otherwise) or operating under the dangerous assumption that the people w/o masks in stores are vaccinated.

My personal (albeit presumptive) opinion is that a majority of the people masked are vaccinated, and that a majority of unvaccinated people are happily going around w/o masks.

Russian roulette with a ten cylinder revolver is still Russian roulette. So yes.

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8 hours ago, CPslograd said:

My daughter went to private school all year and wore a mask all year and they all thought it was a big deal, so don't come at me with that.

and Covid is a respitory flu like illness, it isn't going away, just like the flu isn't going away.  

The Spanish flu never went away either, it became part of endemic flu

Well of course, her biggest influence(parent) pretty obviously has a problem with it. I've worked in both public and private school settings, and honestly I am not surprised at all that they might have an issue with it. Most private schools have a pretty clear congruent train of thought throughout faculty and parents. If there is any divergence from adherence to the norm, it usually comes from some of the kids wanting to venture outside of it. I'm pretty sure almost all of the parents with kids in your daughter's school also held similar beliefs as you. 

Last year was a challenge in every aspect, but I worked with pre k all the way through sped adult school. The biggest challenges were from the parents and staff. But almost nobody had problems with their kids and students wearing masks unless they had hangups themselves. The kids were fine! It was almost bizarre watching kids act more like adults than their parents at times. They really came together to support each other through the mess. This generation is going to do amazing things.

As to the armchair ruminations on the science of covid? Don't come at me with that, lol. You obviously aren't an expert and neither am I. Why can't we just agree to trust them without projecting our own political hangups on their expertise and advice?

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24 minutes ago, bornontheblue said:

Exactly.  Are they using multi factor regression analyses to determine the strength of the correlation and make sure it isn't other factors, or not cherry picked data. Probably not.  

Furthermore, how many schools didn't have mask mandates until they were hit hard and then added them? Seems to me we've been very very reactive to this and that would describe the numbers equally well. 

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32 minutes ago, bsu_alum9 said:

Urban areas required them, rural more conservative places didn't. I would guess larger classroom sizes is a big correlative. 

Also I think masks do very little the way they are used/enforced in schools. 7 year olds can't wear them properly or keep them on. Kids are always touching each other too.

Lol. There’s always some excuse. 

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29 minutes ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Were there people in the bathrooms forcing kids to wash hands?  Why didn't you just switch schools if there were prison guards outside the bathroom?  Seems like your fragility could have been eased that way.

Sinks in the classroom with the teachers watching dipshit

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1 minute ago, Bob said:

Sinks in the classroom with the teachers watching dipshit

Interesting, my friends who are teachers do absolutely none of that, so perhaps you should switch schools to a safe space of the unwashed masses where washing hands doesn't produce tears.

 

I wonder if your kids are whiny brats because their parents are pathetic little pussies?  Attitudes are influenced in the home.   Little brats aren't just born, they are made by brittle-spirited little bitches.  And a piece of cloth has absolutely crippled your life.  I always try to say the military isn't getting softer, but you make it harder to make my point.

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6 minutes ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Interesting, my friends who are teachers do absolutely none of that, so perhaps you should switch schools to a safe space of the unwashed masses where washing hands doesn't produce tears.

 

I wonder if your kids are whiny brats because their parents are pathetic little pussies?  Attitudes are influenced in the home.   Little brats aren't just born, they are made by brittle-spirited little bitches.  And a piece of cloth has absolutely crippled your life.  I always try to say the military isn't getting softer, but you make it harder to make my point.

Can’t switch schools to escape this. No private schools here. But glad you are calling my children pussies because the teacher makes them scrub their hands til they bleed and they have no choice. 

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1 hour ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

 

I'm very handsome, so hiding my face is hard.

You folks would not understand.

 

You're right, I dont understand.

 

 

The thought of you being handsome seems implausible...

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21 minutes ago, Bob said:

Can’t switch schools to escape this. No private schools here. But glad you are calling my children pussies because the teacher makes them scrub their hands til they bleed and they have no choice. 

Actually, he called you a pathetic little pussy.  And a brittle-spirited little bitch.  He called your kids whiny brats.

 

 

Glad I could clear that up for you.

 

 

 

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Just now, RSF said:

Actually, he called you a pathetic little pussy.  And a brittle-spirited little bitch.  He called your kids whiny brats.

 

 

Glad I could clear that up for you.

 

 

 

Further, just to be totally clear, it’s entirely bobs fault that his kids are brats.

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36 minutes ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Interesting, my friends who are teachers do absolutely none of that, so perhaps you should switch schools to a safe space of the unwashed masses where washing hands doesn't produce tears.

 

I wonder if your kids are whiny brats because their parents are pathetic little pussies?  Attitudes are influenced in the home.   Little brats aren't just born, they are made by brittle-spirited little bitches.  And a piece of cloth has absolutely crippled your life.  I always try to say the military isn't getting softer, but you make it harder to make my point.

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