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  1. Just bought tickets to this. Very small and intimate venue. Never seen them in a venue this small so excited about this one.
  2. Of course you should wash your hands and practice good hygene. And if you want to wear a mask, I'm pretty sure no one will stop you. That doesn't really change my point though, does it? I'll wear a mask wherever it's mandated (it still is at my job), no issues with that. But I'll be glad not to wear a mask where I don't need to. This is a moot point, anyway...most of society won't likely wear a mask if they don't need to....I was just expressing my opinion, not a big deal.
  3. I’m not talking about just colds over the course of a couple of years. I’m discussing airborne pathogens overall and how the human body develops resistance to these pathogens over the course of generations. Babies have strong immune systems thanks to the antibodies they inherit from their parents, etc…those antibodies were developed over the course of generations by being exposed to various pathogens, etc.
  4. Well, the reason colds (most flu's etc) don't kill people is because our bodies have become resistant to them over the years, etc by being exposed to them. If you stop being exposed to the newer strains of these pathogens, eventually your body will not be resistant to them and they could eventually become a major issue, etc. I'm speaking on a "broad level". To each, their own but if you want to help society overall, in my opinion, it's best to go forward without masks.
  5. I was also going to say "or any other viruses like the flu or colds, etc". The human body builds resistance to many airborne pathogens by being exposed to them. It's about "viral load". Just because you may be exposed to someone with a cold doesn't mean you will get the cold. It's plausible that you may be exposed to a small viral load, your body naturally fights it off and creates anti-bodies to that specific strain. By wearing a mask you could likely prevent that from happening, therefore your body will become less resistant to that particular pathogen. @SoulMonster could likely add
  6. That works for the short term but overall, pretty bad idea, imo. If everyone did that, it would compromise herd immunity. In order to eliminate (or reduce it to extremely low levels) you need herd immunity to work. You can't have some of the population wearing masks and expect herd immunity to work fully because eventually those wearing the masks would likely be less resistant to the virus since they would be "less exposed" to it. And that could eventually lead to another outbreak/pandemic, imo.
  7. As far as being required to carry ID, not sure why I thought it was a requirement. I likely conflated "requiring to identify" yourself laws with local town/school ordinances that used to require us to carry ID's while I was at Penn State and the fact that it's a requirement in Italy...where I spent every summer growing up. I never thought much of it since then so I must have assumed it was the same everywhere. Learn something new everyday. I tend to agree that giving every citizen the opportunity to get an official ID should not be a political issue. If anything, it should be a Bi-Pa
  8. Meh. If they can't pass legislature, they could easily start up a charity/non profit and eventually get most of those 200,000 ID's out to people. There is little to no reason for an adult not to have an ID living in the U.S., in the year 2021. You want to talk about being disenfranchised? I'm not sure I would feel like I "belonged" either if I never had an official state ID. Official state ID's are empowering, especially to those that never had one, imo So how about we start with making sure every single citizen has an official ID?
  9. What I never understood is "why" do 200,000 people in the state of Georgia not have official state (or Federal) ID's? Every state I've ever lived in mandates having an official ID on your person (State or Federal) whenever you're out in public. And if the Democratic party is concerned that 200,000 people don't have official ID's, why not pass legislature making the ID's free of charge and easier to obtain for these 200,000 people? Wouldn't that make more sense and benefit the constituents more (in their daily lives as well) vs "not needing an ID once every two years to vote"?
  10. Sorry to hear about the news. May she rest easy.
  11. If anyone that lives in the Gaza strip would trade 1 week to live in a German concentration camp during the WWII era, for a million dollars, they should have their heads examined.
  12. Do the U.S. and Israel put ethnic/religious minorities in modern day concentration camps. (By the millions)?
  13. Pretty sure that it's a reference to the conspiracy theory by certain far-right extremists that think the virus would "magically disappear" soon after Biden was elected. Basically, the virus was a conspiracy to hurt the economy and Trump's re-election chances. And apparently it wasn't enough since it took "massive voter fraud" in order for Biden to win. Smh.
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